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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1922)
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WILSON TOUT. Editor and Publisher,
Entered at the North Platto, Nebraska
Postofflco as Second Class Matter.
Ono Year, in advance $1.60
TUESDAY, SEPTEiUBEll fith, 1022.
C'hrlaticnld "If yp' abide in mo and
my word's abide In you, yo shall ask
v. . o ami It uhail bodouo un
to you." John 1G:7.
EiitrrlaiiiH at giirprlso Party
A fow friends entertained Satur-,F0K SXLE 0Il TUADE-Flvo room
day evening in honor of M1b3 Nova hoUBO an(1 lot 30G E. 10tu
Troxlor. Tlio occasion being her !
birthday. WANTED Competent girl for general
housoworlc. Mrs. J. S. Slmins.
uiidliM Day at Country Club - .
Friday at tho Country'Club will ! FOR SALE Tomatoes for canning,
bo ladies day and tho following poo- Wiono 787F2l(. Ream Bros.
plo will entertain, Mrs. E. F. Soobor- Jg- QR ST0LEN-Dlcycle, I. L. .
gor, Mrs. W. T. Wilcox, Mrs. D. Loy.
poldt, Mrs. Kolth Novillo and Mrs
Tuckor, 221 S. Chestnut. Phono G98J
FOR SALE International hay press.
Phono 787F120. II. S. Ilasldns.
Roosovolt sa.'dn"Wo havo room for
inn. nun uouMovaltv and that is loyal-1 Entertains Sunday School Class
ty to the American people" Mrs. D. A. Iloycr entertained tho FOIt SALE Spring chickonB, allvo or
members of her Sunday school class dressed. 502 E. Sixth or phono 971
Tho fooling is growing among North Moriday nftornoon at a party at hori BAT c . . , . .
Platto merchants that oloBlng- the ro.Lomo hQ ftornoou waf lQ FOR SALE-Sprlng chickens. Mrs. E
tall stores for various public and ; playlng gamc8 At tho closo of tho ; 3' QUnca' Phono CC J'
semi-public occasions 1 not the right , nftornoon ft llaInty lunch waa 8ervcd jF0R SALE Housohold furniture.
way to support these Institutions. Mrs. W. C. Boal, 021 E. Cth street.
Somo of tho leading morchants aro Vacation Closing Party phono 1198J. z
open In tholr opposition to thiB prac-' Dorothy Cummlngs entertained. !
tlco. They claim that it does not ac-1 about eighteen of her girl frlondaFOR SALE Fresh homo grown
compllsh tho purpoBo for which It Is yesterday at a luncheon at hor homo J cucumbers. Thos. Hayworth, phono
intended and that it does harm to on west fifth strcot. A flno throe-1 793F3.
tho business intorosts of tho city. Ono
bUBlhcBB man who employs fourteen
peoplo in his establishment, recently
closed tho doors of his Btoro for a
courso luncheon was sorvod by Mrs.
Cummlngs, assisted by Mrs. Frank
Smith. Aftor tho dinner, tho girls
spent an hour In talking about tho
i FOR KENT Nino room house, all
modorn.Inqulro A. O. Kocken, 220
IW. Sixth street.
Clinton's for Eyo Service.
Miss Edna McNoel left Friday for
1 Denver to visit friends for a, few dnys.
Saturday Sunday and Monday wore Mr. Walter Lean of Paxton visited
all warm days for North Platto, tho with friends In tho city for a few days
temperature, averaging 1n tho nineties. ' last week.
I. The weather bullotin eays that thoro I Quinton Ilayos, a workman on tho
Is not much change In tomporature paving, suffered a uauiy xjui. ueau oasj
and thoro will be continued warm to- I urday whllo working with tho cement
night. Tho highest tomperature yes- 1 mixer.
trday was 98. :
Mrs. Maude Beghtol and Miss Aimo
Rubls spent the week end in Gothen
Mrs. A. J. Frazier and daughter
Tyrone returned Sunday from a weeks
visit in Omaha.
For quick service on broken lenses
tako tho pieces to tho Dixon Optica!
Co, With their lenso grinding plant
they aro able to gtvo you tho quickest
L. & S. Groceteria.
500 to 550 Cattle at Auction
baso ball gamo. Ho wan glad to do vacation and tho oponing of school j FOR SALEOno six nolo Monarch
what ho could to help tho boys and ' and with music. j stool rango for wood or coal. Mrs. '
t A. II.. ... I)... n..n.. loaf nryn '
of his employees found something or wnllcs len tho Club Season
T, C. Paterson, 615 W Fourth St.
othor to do about tho "toro although
ho told them thoy could go to tho
gamo If thoy wished, Nojt ono iof
thorn wont. Othor business mon have
had tho samo oxporlonco. If this is
general it shows that cloBlng tho
stores does not got t, fargor crowd
out to tho affair for which the clos
ing is dono. On tho othor hand It la
Claimed it doeB injury to tho retail
interests of tho city in that thoro aro
always somo pooplo who do not read
tho papors or twho forgot tho tlmo
and when they mako a trip to town
Over ono hundred sovcnty-llvo FOR SALE Apples, melons and gar-
Mary Agnes Vitchcstain is a
14-year-old girl evangelist of Pitts
burgh, Pa. Her sermons arc de
livered with all the two-fisted punch
ing of Billy Sunday's gymnastic
gyrations, She was recently invited
to preach in New York.
Monjlay, September 11
At North Platte Stock Yards
ladles attended tho banquet of tho, den
North Platto Womons club last night 1 Farm.
at tho Methodist church dining room
Tho Borvico was oplondld and tho j
menu waa exceptionally flno. Tho
attendance was largo and was re
produce. . Olenburnlo Fruit
FOR SALE . Oil TRADE FurnlBhcd
houso ono block from courthouse.
108 West 2nd. Mrs. W. P. Husbnnd
markablo in that it was roproscnto- , FOR SALE Now BIrdsell Alfalfa
tivo of tho beauty, cultruo and graco j Seed Huller. Wrlto It. C. Knapp,
of North Platto womanhopd., TJhiq j Odppsa, Nobr.
program was giyon in tho auditor-1 1
turn of tho church and was presided ! for RENT Niwly furnished room,
over by Mrs. M. '3, Scott, tho club j gqntloman' prpferrc(d. Inquiro 114 S.
proslddnt. Music and readings wore Dowoy.
graciously recblvbd by tho ladles ana !
Old short addrosa' by Miss Anna QL 1 F0R SALE, Threo boars, Uiorough
'icrftmnh vna thn iif"i nvnn- lrod Poland-Chinas. 7 months old.
tfnless somo action 1b takonbv the Int?. Antiniincomnntn nf ilin nlnnn weigh 250 poundB $ 30 each if taken
morcliantfl' committeo of tliQ; q'hambor tot tho year wp& niado, Tho proa-1 quid,,. Mflc Weatphall, phono 785F21.
pC6mmorco looking townrd uniform pCcts for tho cIud' and its depart-' FOR SALESixty head of coming
action, by all concornod. . ,., v Imonts In bright; ' . ' two-yoar old heifers Hereford
! 'i1. I 1 ! 0 1 1 1 1 'i' 1 1 , nlnolr nil waII Trinrlriwl. Pinna Anilor-
WATCH YOUR SALE DATE
September 9 Public salo of horses,
cattle, farm machinery and household
goods at tho Earl Smlin rarm, 1 mile
west of North Platto on west A streot.
H. M. Johanscn, Auctioneer.
to, buy something thoy do not llko
(lift tho matter will go onns It has
(o.rintl tho ntoreo closod. It is probahlo
' Take that next can of cream to
Harding Cream Station. ' ',
I am operating tho studio former
ly owned by V. VonGootz and woruld
appreciate your support
J. W. Johnson.
,A a Tllloy is spenrttns mo woek tn UNION PACIFIC REDUOES FARES Elght raUcs BOatawost of North
I'uii iNtybiuv n'i'A' X Platto '
OniSeptombor, 2, to, 8, inclusive, tlo :
Union Pacific Railroad will sell F0R SALE By owner leaving town,
ttokntn from nnlntn In Nnl.rnnlrn n,1 2 llOUBOS, 3 room llOUBO' furnished
Lincoln transacting business.
Mr. and Mrs. E.?,"stoftrogon re
turned Friday from a two wcoksrauto
rlp through Colorado.
j , so;-,
UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE.
No.. 1 i-...4:45 pi n
No. 3 L 1:45 a. m
.4:25 p. m,
No. .7 ...
pio.ui - ,-a:ot p. m.
Nq- 13 ..8; 10 a. ,m.
No. IB T12:40 a. ia
No. 17. 1.0:25 p. m
No, 19 . 9:10 a. m.
jNo.,53 1 8:50 a. m.
No, 25 7:00 p. m.
WANTED Plastering and cement '
work also somo good cement brick
for salo at 402 west 11th street or '
I Goorgo D. Richards I
200 to 250 head of Hereford Feeders, dehorned and
weighing around 900 pounds. A string of good
feeding cows, stock cows, heifers, yearling steers and
calves. Nearly all of these cattle will sell freight
paid to the river, feed en transit any branch of the
We Can Sell Your Cattle
in North Platte. We, had a real auction today We
sold 620 head of cattle, If yu have cattle to sell,
bring them in next Monday, we will sell them for you.
Ranch Live Stock Co.
from Julcsburg, Colp, to Lincoln,
and 5 rbom houso modern oxcopt heat.
Nobr. and return fqr tho round trip Rontal lnc0mo' C5-00 P0' month- In
mlnimum round trip faro $1.00. Re- utn at 221 So. Walnut after 6 p. m.
turn limit Sop.tombqr 9, .1922. Ask tho vm flAT.RRnn,l whont tnv rjiIa. Knn.
locai Union Pacific Agorit for spoclflc rod variety. Has beon certified by
fares and details about train service. stato Browers association, ono dollar
wrvnt nv t.rAl.n nmma P0r PCO tOW miles east of
w.-uv ( gtat0 rrn Phono 784F5 AuflUn s-
, water ront in District n is now duo Gregg, Jr.
and payablo at tho Water Offico ana ' ' (
Mrs. Sam Houso and children re-1
turnod Friday from a months visit
No. 2 12:20 p. m.
No. - 4 11:00 p. m
No. ; 8 12:05 p. m.
No. i0 . 2:25 p. in
No. 12 11:30 p. m
No. 14 0:55 p. in.
No. IB 8:55 a. m
No. . 18 r 1:15 p. m
No. 20 1.7:20 p. ni
No. 54 10:10 p. m.
No. 20 5:40 a, m.
20 th. All services whoro tho watoi
rent la not naid bv Rnnf. 20 In Ti 1
trlct B will bo shut off in accordant, Wth ro,RtlVo8 ,n Quobec Canadn
with tho Wator Ordinance. This Phillip Vornon and Hugh Mitchell
gives about throo wcokB for payment ' Sidney visited with frlendB In the
of wator bills and glvos railroad mon cy last week.
two pay days bproro Sopt. 20. neaae Mrs. Will Storo loft Sunday for
sco your water bills aro paid before Hastings to visit with relatives for a
Sopt. 20th and do not ask for or few wooks.
exnoct an extension of tlmo.
DlBtiret 11 comnrlBOft all that art ' Mr- nd Mrs- Will Cohen of Wallace
or tho city woBt of Locust strcot and BPnt tho wcck ond ,n tho c,ty v,slU
botwoon tho Union Pacific right oi mB wuu moaaB-
way and tho Burlington right of way. i Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hormanson loft
HERSHEY S. WELCH last evening for Omaha to transact
Wator Commissioner. ; buslnoaa for a fow days.
You Can t Look
1 ICdddlll !
broad of your 'back with
nothing coming In, and tho S
You can smllo occasion
ally If you had tho fore
sight to tako out a health
and accident policy when j
you woro woll and kicking, ft
Bettor got ono today
whllo you'ro up, for you
can't got ono when you'ro
C. F. Temple,
Tho Travelers Man.
Insurance of all Kinds,
B. & L. Bldg.
Phono No. G3.
At tho old Splinter Farm about ono mile west on West A Streot
W31 Boll at public auction to tho highest blddor on
Saturday, September 9th ml
bogtnnlng at 2 o'clock Bharp.
Red Poll milch cow, aged 4 yoars. Whito faco milch cow, 4 years
Lurham cow, G years old, Bod Durham cow, 0 yoara old, HolBtoln Bull1
1 yoara old, Rod cow, C yoara old, 2 spring calvoa.
2 whito horsos, Bmooth jnouth, wolght 1250 each; Bet double harn-
V FIND A MOUSE 2 X t
WHERE CAHl- :
m find a buyer: ;v;, .
WHO HAS IT F09tSA? f f
' . 4 WHERE I
uv 3H ll
5SR WAWT APS I
8 ess; wagon? 1 dozon Loghorn c; ick'cns.
Kitchen rango, 3 heating stoves, china closet, 2 kitchen cabinets,
enamel kitchen tablo and 4 chairs, 5 rocking chairs, 4 dining room
chalro, dining room tablo, 3 dreBaorH, 100-lb. ico box, 3 bods, spring
and mattre880B, library tablo, conter tablo, iwftsh stand, 2 largo
and sovoral small rugs, lawn mowor, 2 garden hoso. MIcollaneous
cooking utonslls, dlahoa and gardon tools, and othor artlclos.
TERMS OF SALE $20.00 and under cash, over that amount a crodit
of 0 months tlmo, at 10 por cont interest.
EARL SMITH, Owner
PHONE THEM IN
MAIL THEM IN
SEND THEM IN
BRING THEM IN
Any Way To Get Them In
H. JSl, JOHANSON, Auctioneer.
F. C. PIELSTICKER, Clork.
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