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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1922)
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, JULY 21, 1922.
PRIMARY ELECTION PASSES OFF
QUIETLY WITH A LIGHT
Tho weather did not hindor Lincoln
county voters from going to tho polls
Tuesday butonly a comparatively
small vote was cast. Last night all
but fourteen precincts had been re
ceived and tabulated. These fourteen
precincts are counted and tho results
sealed In tho ballot box. At ten o'clock
a committee appointed by tho county
clork will open tho ballot boxes and
canvassho vote. Thoy probably will
not get it completed before Saturday
ovoning. Tho following voto is for
Lincoln County only and is hie total
for 35 precincts. Including all tho in
corporated cities and villages.
Sterling H 19G
Democratic s -
. Butler 1 214
Bryan . 221
Norton : ICC
Taylor I 71
U. S. SENATOR
Jefferies 1 413
Hitchcock -1 ! 351
Progressives . -- -k - ' - -
"Wray - 168
Bigelow . 37
Simmons ., 765
Amsberry fc 146
Deal 'L 347
Allen ' 673
STATE REPRESENTATIVE CITY
Von Goctz 1 390
STATE REPRESENTATIVE COUNTY
Brattoen . -.i 00
Salisbury : 772
Rhodus , 34i
Borthe J 698
COUNTY CLERK j
Lowe i : 425
Ebright ' 440
Mrs. North 828
Where there was no opposition we
have not given tho voto as it is o
little importance. Lincoln County peo
ple were interested in tho candidacy
of. W. M. Stebblns for state treasurer.
Lincoln county gave him 866 votes to
250 for his nearest competitor. Mr.
No Joy Riding'
on his Side of the Fence
W lH r ami S l 3 1 ,i III r. . is W I
SHORT STORIES OF
PEOPLE JND THINGS
ITEMS OF INTEREST ABOUT RE
CENT HAPPENINGS m THIS
Tho difforont llvo stock club3 oC
tho boya and girls work will makq a
trip to Dawson county next Tuosday
with County Agent Kollogg and study
tho best animals to do found thoro.
LINCOLN COUNTY FARMERS ASK BLOOD POISONING FROM SMALL
TO HAVE WHEAT FIELDS
Four fields of Kanred wheat wore
inspected for certification last week.
Tho wheat from certified fields Is us
ed for seed and finds a better mar
ket at a higher price than other wheat.
The inspection is done by a atato ex
LIP SORE CAUSES SUDDEN
Mrs. Ethol S. Curtis, wife of Isaac
Curtis, living ton 'miles southwest of
this city died at a local hospital in
this city Wednesday night from blood
poisoning Some few days ago sho
contracted blood poisoning from an
tension agronomist from Lincoln. Tho lnfect,cm ot small soro on her lip.
fields inspected last-week were, those
on farms of Aaron S. Gregg, A. 9.
Gregg Jr., H. P. Sorenson and W. J.
LOCAL CAMPFJRES TO HOLD A
BIG JOINT CAMP
BUSINESS CHANGES TAKE PLACE
TinS WEEK IN TWO
jJMra. Artliuryilson , . ,otMHershjr!
was a business visitor In tho, city
Mrs. Thos.' Orton and daughter,
Clara, returned Friday from Tacoma
Wash., TJiero thoy visited Mr. and
Mrs. Andy Scharman. They also
visited relatives In Seattle.
At The KEITH THEATRE
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
I The Story of a Girl who Rebelled Against Love and I
the Shackles Wifehood Imposed,
Closing Out Sale
THE ART STORE
BEGINNING JULY 19
$1.25 36 inch Center Pieces '. 99c
$1.65 45 inch Center Pieces .$1.35
$2.45 54 inch Center Pieces : $1.75
85c Buffet Scarfs 60c
75c Buffet Sets ' 55c
$5.25 Applique Bed Spreads $4.75
$9.60 Embroidery Bed Spreads $8.75
One-tifth to one-half off on Children's and Infants
Dresses, Rompers and Aprons. Prices reduced
on everything in the store
Tho malady sproad rapidly and death
camo In spite of all the treatment and
caro which could ho given. Besides
her husband sho loaves two children,
Veldon 5 and Volma 7. She was tho
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Mc
Kain .and the sister of Mrs. Joss
Burnet Mrs. Cloyd Hastings, Miss
Ruby McKain, Miss Hazel McKain and
Arrangements aro being made by .Roy,1 Clyde.aien, Albert, Ernest nnd
tho officers of the local, council of, Frank McKain. Tho funoral will bo
campflre girls for a big .Joint. canm held, Saturday nt2;30 in Horahey and)
lasting-forV whole weok It is pianS.rburial will' be In-lylifaTtaSu1
ncd to start the camp on Tuesday, tory. Tho many frionds aro sincere
August 8 and make It big enough and In their feelings of sympathy with
maito tno program so Interesting that
overy girl and every guardian will be
on hand during tho- full time it is
going.) Fujrther announcements and
full program will bo given.
STATE FINALS IN NATIONAL BI
CYCLE CHAMPIONSHIP HAT
BE HELD HERE
FIRE DEPARTMENT HOLDS PICNIC
AND FROLIC ON RIVER
Tho members of tho North Platte
Fire Dopartmont with tholr families
spent all day July 16 in tho grovo
just east of tho air mall station. A
big picnic dinner followed by tug-of-.
war, baseball, swimming and othor
John Null, In chargo pf tho local ar
rangements for tho Amateur Bicycle
League of America has received word sports and pastimes complotod a day
that the state finals for tho yoar 1922 which will be remembored; by the
may bo run in North Platto. Tho local ( flfty or more present as one of real
elimination races will be run on Aug- ploasuro.
list 20. A modal will be given fori Clinton's for Eyo Glassos.
eacn person entering in tho race for
tho state championship. jThore are
two classes one for Junior riders un
der 15 years old and ono for senior
riders who aro over 15. Further an
nouncements will bo made as soon
as thoy are received. The selection of
North Platto is tentative nnd must bo
approved before being final. "
Dixon Optical Co. Glasses fitted.
L. & S. Groceteria.
Art ts RfHVS
Eight Great Reels! A First National Attraction!
At The Sun Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
MATINEE EACH DAY
W. A. Robinson sold his interest
in tho S. & R. Service Station to his
father, J. V. Robinson who takes pos
session this weok. W. A. who Is bottor
known as Art, has gono to Boatrico
whoro ho hag taken a good position
with n now auto concern. J. V. Rob
nson who has been running a grocery
storo two doors south of tho S. & R.
Sorvlco station sold tho storo yestor
day to Roy DoForrost and tho lattor
takes possession this morning. Mr.
DoForrost is a brother of tho ownor
of DoForrcst's Grocery on North Lo
cust Stroot. Ho la an ozporloncod gro-
coryman and expects to make tho now
business ono of tho best in tho city.
Agatha Rauclv left yostdrday for
ftttibyenno to visit' friends for sovoral
Mrs. J. II. Horn and daughter Be
atrico roturned to tholr homo In Lisco
Wednesday morning. Boatrico under
went an operation for appondlcitus at
tho Platto Valley hospital sovoral days
If thoro is ono item In dry goods,
notions, rendy-to-woiar or millinery
that you aro going to nood, you will
loso monoy It you don't buy It at tho
Wilcox Dopartmont Storo Big Clear
A firo alarm was sent In from 215
E. Seventh street Wednesday to which
tho flro dopartmont responded but
found only a small blazo near tho
chimuoy. Tho damage was slight.
M. B. Possum will bo , in Lincoln
county on August 1. and 2 and tako
tho llvo stock clubs out on a stock
Judging oxpodition Ho will glvo them
somo training and thon select tho
team for tho stato and county fairs at
a lator dato.
Tho contractors started at work on
West Fourth street this morning fill
ing in a gap in tho concroto foundation
for tho paving. It is probablo that
work will bogln coon on Third street
whoro tho start has not yet boon mada
on tho concrcto work.
Miss Josslo Green of Lincoln was
at Maxwell this morning and will bo
at tho Dlenor School this afternoon
organizing girls' sowing clubs. Sat
urday sho will bo at tho A. R, Leavltt
homo whoro sho will solect tho mom
bors of tho Lincoln County Canning
club for tho State and County Fair
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rasmussen re
turned Wednesday ovoning from a
fivo weeks trip to California. Thy vis
ited various points there including
tho Yosemlto Valloy and Falls, They
aro onthusiastlc about tho scoaory but
Mr. Rnsmusson said yostorday that ho
liked good old Nebraska as a place
in which to llvo and liked to tako a
trip to California as a vacation.
Tho DoMolay boys will go to Chap-
poll Saturday ovoning and institute a
chapter .hprp. It will bo their first ex
perience in putting on tho work for
a now lodgo and thoy aro making pre
parations to do it in tho best of shape.
A number pf Masons will accompany
thorn, "Dad" Clark of Omaha Is ex
pected to bo thoro.
If I could lino up nil tho Dodgo
Brothers Curs thut I luivo sold in
(his territory In tho past six
years, thoy would mako ft line
over two and a half miles long.
Those 750 Podgo Brothors cas
are visible ovidonco of tho good
ness and value and service
always built into thoso good
Today wo have a sories of
now niodols whicli havo many
Improvements over formor series
and tho prices aro extremely
reasonable. You aro Invited to
come in to sec and try out thoso
But tills Is not tho whole story
for back of each car sold to any
ownor, stands our whole organ
ization witli equipment and full
parts sorvlco to seo that you got
what you pay for moro miles
per dollar in ft Bodgo car than
aro availablo olsowhoro.
Touring $1025. -V
Business Coupo $1125
. .Iioadstor $985. 1
Commercial Car $1010.
All dollvcfod at North Platto.
. V. ROMIGH, .
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