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,THE NORTH PLATTE "SEMI- WEEKLY TRIBUNE)
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Clinton's for Spectaclos. '
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
W: A. Solby Saturday.
Eyes examined, Glasses fitted. Sat-,
Ififactlon, suro. Clinton & Son
0.. B. Marovlsh of Staploton was a
business visitor In tho, city Saturday.
Mrs. L. D. Day of Wollfloot visited
with friends In tho city tho last of tho
M. P. Allen of Clarks, Nebraska,
visited with friends In tho city Sat
urday. Watch Dixon's windows. Thoy aro
always filled with now and up-to-dato
Mlsa Marjorlo Marti left Sunday for
Sidney where- she will attend the
Alva Simpson of Arthur, Nebr.,
was a buslneBsvlsltor In tho city on
Miss Mario Stuart returned this
morning from Denver after visiting
relatives for several days.
Everett Gates has taken a position
with tho Leader and began work yes
terday. .Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flick of Hastings
returned homo Sunday after visiting
at tho Ralph Peterson home.
Evorett Bradley left Sunday for
Lincoln where ho will enter Cotner
Dr. F. J. Wurtelo left yestorday
for Omaha whero ho will transact
business for a few days.
Miss Bessie Smith returned yester
day morning from Omaha where she
Bpont. a week visiting relatives.
Como In and soo our new line of
fancy hair pins and barrettes.
C. S. Clinton & Son.
Miss Bessie Cotteral has resigned
her duties as clerk for the Western
Union after an absence of several
Mrs. Minnie Mooro returned this
morning from Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
whero she spent several weeks visit
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reynolds will
roturn tho first of the week to tholr
homestead in Rockriver, Wyo. after
visiting relatives for a few days.
Henry Haner returned Sunday from
a several weeks visit at Lowollen
with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Florence Antonides returned
yesterday morning from .Lincoln and
Omaha. She attendee summer school
at the University. ' ,
' Mrs. Thos. Orton and son Thomas
loft yesterday for McCook, Nebraska
whero they will spend several days
"We will appreciate showijig you
our beautiful lino of wrist watches.
White, green and yellow gold from
Miss Eva Grlea spent a few days
at tho J. F. Schwaiger homo whilo
enrouto from Omaha to Portland,
Ore. whero she will spend tho winter.
Mrs. C. J. Pass and daughter and
sister Miss Mary Ehso Goodln arriv
ed Thursday from Lebanon, Ky. Mrs.
Pass spent tho summer thero visiting
W. R. Maloney, president and Ira
L. Bare, secretary of tho Rotary
club will attend a conference of tho
District Rotary officers at Mason
City, Iowa, next Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Goodman re
turned tho last of tho week from
several weeks visit to Denver and tho
mountains. They got back in time
to enjoy the hot spell with, their
North Platto friends.
fa UNCLE JOHN
aF-ir urjigtmd directing the Mayor and City of sold Bonds the Mayor of snld City HMHHHMHHHHMn
m55s$ftVOTffir i Clerk to' sinti mid
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This life we live is irksome, no matter where we be; the road ia ,
lined with boulders, an' breakers crown the sea. But we mustn't get dis
couraged an' declare that life's a cheat, for the prospecks ain't so cheerin'
when a feller gets'cold feet.
The man that proves a winner, is the man that
CCil n trims his sails, and steers his craft, unerrin' amid the
sJLU storms or gales, the hard knocks don't dismay him,
FEET wh'ch he squares his chin to meet, and his symptoms'
don't betray him he never getst cold feetl
There ain't no road to glory, but what's beset
with thorns, and it's purty hard to travel, if you're pestered some with
corns. So, to make yer failure certain, wear yer pants out on the seat,
it's a sign that alters tells mc that a feller's got cold feet . . .
I like to greet the feller that can laugh at clouds an' care's that
squares nisseit in trouble, witn his nsts as wen as prayers.
One that earns a benediction,
that is mighty soft an' sweet
He blessed the world he lived
in, and - he never got cold f r"--?
for a speclnl tax and smklnnr rnmitin his official cnnncltv aa Mnvor nm!"
for tho; payment of such bonds and V c,f clork sllftlr "attest tho samoi STOP WITH US
interest th6reon. undo? seal of said city on tho coupons g"
( Be if ordninod by the Mayor and attached to said bonds nhnll bo signed rDbl"E 1 i ft flit) 4
City Cuimclt of tho Slty of North 'by tlio Mayor and attested by tho JvVllClIIl
Platto, Nobrnskn. Clerk without tho seal and when so
I n . .1 . 7 H '
iMjmg mo cost or curbing, guttering 1,0 M constltuto a nlia obligation!
..uu j-auub mu Hirceis exclusive or tho , Ul ,l,u ll
! mtcrsccUons of streets and spaces op- , SocUon 5 This ordlnanco shall tako i
jiiwhw aucyB in raving District No. ; offoct and bo in forco from and nftor
1 9, in tho City of North Plntto, Nobr. Its pa'ssago, approval ana publication
j tho Mayor and Council of said 1 according to law.
city be and Uioy aro hereby author!-! of August, 1922.
eu emnowored dlrnrVrai vnm. i . .
1 UOOVU tliiU UWIUUVUU LllltJ ltllll I1IIV.
E. H. EVANS, !
b Henry Takes an Open-fece Ride
While the press was busy telling oi ifomi
new plan to make automobiles m Mexico,
Henry was up in Quebec. Canada, with hia wife
riding around in one of those old opea-faced
hacks known as a "caleches." It was a pleas
LOOK WHAT'S COMING LIVE STOCK MARKETS
iv r 'V TT
',.' ' .... , Tho following quotations wcro the
- rl: La?m ! opening markets at South Omaha tills
morning and were received hero by
"Mrs. I. L. Stebbins at G02 West
telegraph at X0 a. m.
Best grades of corn
'steady. Others fully 10
! lower. Choice to prime
Aid Society will meet Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Star,
Mrs. Pholna. Mrs. TTnmnliHl nml Tya
Deakln aro on tho entertaining com'-' ?10.75. She stock slow to lower. .Bulls
to 15 cents
and isauo bonds of said city of North
! Platto In tho sum of Twenty Thrco
j Thousund (f 23,000.00) dollars, as hero-
maftor sot forth.
Section 2. Said bonds shall bo do- j
signed and known as District Paving
Bonds of District No. 9 and shall bo '
issued in denominations of si.ono.nn 1
I oach, and bo numbered rrom 1 to 23 1
, inoluslvo and shall bear Interest at I
tho rato of Six per cent per annum I
j payablo semiannually and said bonds
! sliall have Interest coupons attached. I
Said bonds shall bo dated on tho 1st
day of Septembor, 1922: and tho inter
est on said bonds to bo paid on Uio
1st day of March, 1923 and on tho 1st
day of Soptcmbcr, 1923 and on tho
1st day of Murch and on tho first day
of September of each and ovory year
thereafter until nil interest on said
. bonds shall have been paid and shall
! bo mado payablo to bearer ten (10)
, years from dato, and snnll bo rodeom
j ablo at tho option of tho city of North
Platto any tlmo after issunnco, said
I bonds, prlnciplo and interest shnll bo
; payablo at tho offi'co of tho County
J Treasurer of Lincoln. County, Stato
of Nebraska, situated in tho city of
North Platto, Nebraska and for tho
laymont thereof, both prlnciplo and
! interest, tho credit of the City of North
1'iatto, is property and its rovonuos
aro hereby pledged.
Soction 3 That thovo shall bo as
sessed and levied against tho pron-
orty of said District which said
j property shall constitute all of tho
i property abutting on tho streets in
said District and other property spec
ially benefited thoroby. a Bpecial tax
as provided by statutes which shall
bo collected as other taxes of said
city and when collected shall consti
tute a speclnl fund for tho payment of
said' bonds and interest thoroof.
Section 4. That in tho execution
! Hotel Henshaw
Our reputation of 20 yeara fair dealing
is back of these hotels. Guests may
atop at any one of them with tho as
surance of receiving honest value and
CONANT HOTEL COMPANY
Attest: O E. Eldor
An Invitation to Yonr Store
That's what an electric sign really is. Tt
beckons tho passer-by, causes Him to stop,
creates in his mind a need, turns his footsteps
through your doorway, and makes sales. An en
graved invitation from you to that buyer could
do no more.
For More Business Light Up
A consultation with us regarding stqro
window or sign lighting does not obligate you
in any way. We aro glad to bo of service. Phono
15 and one of our Lighting Advisors will call.
North Platte Light & Power Co.
mltteo. Special business is to ba
Aid Society will meet Thursday fn
the church basement. Mrs. Chris
Brodbeck, Mrs. Bert Culton, Mrs.
Chas. Yost and Mrs. H. J. Rathman
are on the entertaining committee.
All members are urged to be present.
Miss Mabel Krabb of Paxton spent
last week in the city visiting with
r. i. mtoim-iELii,
Farm and Live Stock
Telephone or wire for dates at my
and veals, about steady, stockers and
feeders steady to 15 cents lower.
Mostly 15 to 25, cents lower, light
butchers $8.50 to $8.75 bulk packing
grades $0.25 to $G.G0.
OJMHAAXCE NO. J57
An ordinance providing for and
authorizing the issuance of District
pavJng Bonds of the city of North
Platto Nebraska, said Paving Bond3 to
bo known as District Paving Bonds
of District No 9 and to bo used for tho
purpose of paying tho costs of curb
ing, guttering and paving tho streets
exclusive of Intersections of streets
and spaces opposite alloys in Paving
District No. 9 in said city and ompow-
Try a "TIMMERMAN SPECIAL"
(Choice A No. 1 corn fed steer steak)
Wo also servo a
from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. for 35c
Ever Hear of the
T oy'ro tho thrifty riders of
Cleveland Lightweights. Initia
tion fee is only $185 tho full
purchaso prlco of tho lowest
priced real motorcyclo on the
markct-rTho Cleveland Light
weight. The i benefits aro many,
healthful, outdoor rides In
jtjhe fresh country and many
other pleasures. Tho dus
rvo oxtraordnarily small one
gallon of gasoline each 75 miles
one set of tires each 15,000
Let us toll you more. Drop In
whethor you aro ready to buy
John Null, North Platte
LA TEMPLE AND CO.
Talkative illusionist presenting an enchanted palace of myBtlc art
Including tho crystal casket mystery.
MATTUS AND YOUNG
Tho "Weo Couple In witty Bongs' and dances. Including soft shoo
and eccentric dancing.
Ono of tho best woll known Banjoicst appearing hero this weak
playing his famous banjo blues. His act is ono that Is suro to ploaso.
KILGOUR AND CLARK
Are tho unlquo-combination of likablo boob trying to mako a hit
with a pretty French girl. A typical Parlsien1 flirt This act is for
tho laughing purpos Btrictly and ovory body will bo happy Iwhilo thoy
aro out on tho stage.
In connection to this attractive program will bo a good five rool
feature and tho blizzard fan will keep you cool.
1 n 1 ii 'mix .liimj -.,., n miiuuiro jjjmjlhii mi inniu n , twiij!i
Shoes lor Hard Knocks, to stand up
for what a Real Boy has to give them.
With every pair of Boys' Shoes for $3.50 or over, to $4.50.
Brown Calf and Black Calf leathers in all styles of toes.
BOYS' SHOES IN PRICES FROM $2.50 TO $4.50
Girls can use their brother's stilts but not
their shoes. Some real values and real
wear in our Park Brown Calf Shoes at
$3.00, $3.50 AND $4.00
We are showing a complete line of Children's Shoes in all styles and prices.
We Can Fit Them From Cradle to College. We Invite You to Call,
STYLE WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE.
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