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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE BlflMl-WEEKkY TRIBUNE
WILSOX TOUT. Editor and I'ibllsher.
Entered at the North Platte, Nebraska
FoBtofflco as Second Claos Matter.
Year, In advance
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBKll 8li, 1022
Enteral ins Jlrldul Party
Mrs. Joseph Condit entertained
this noon at dinner for tho bridal
party for tho Frater-Ross wedding.
Christ said "Tuko My yoke upon
you and learn of Mo; for 1 am meek
and Idrt'Jy In heart and yu shall find
For Miss Du'co Frater
Mrs. Howard Yost entortained
yesterday afternoon In honor of Miss
Dulcio Frater a brldo of this month.
Miss Alma Morrill will entertain
tSnflinlnv tnnrnlnrr nt R n'plnok nt n
rest unto you sUls."-Matthow 11:29. m,8ccllancoua Bhowor Jn honor of
Edwards saId-"Evcrythlng learned ,ls8 Dulc, Frater who w,n bo nmr
should bo flavored with lovo of coun.. rlod Tucsday'
Regular V. C. T. V. Jlcctiiiur a
Tho memborp of tho W. p. T. U.
hold a rcnular meeting Tuesday
afternoon nt tho homo of Mrs. I. L.
Stobblnff. A business meeting was
hold at which iimo Mrs. Rose Loudon
rosigncd as president and Mrs. Anna
Howard was elected to succeed hor.
Mrs. Minnlo Perkins and Mrs. J.
Murphy wcro elected as delogatcs to
1 tho stato convention to bo hold In
! Lincoln in October. A mooting of
! tho oxccutlvo committoo will bo hold
I Monday evening at tho homo of Mrs.
;Anna Howard at C20 South Pino St
FOR .SALE OR TRADE Five
houco and lot. 306 E. 10th
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. J. S. Simms.
FOR SALE Tomatoes for canning.
Phono 787P21(. Ream Bros.
FOR SALE International hay press.
Phono 787F120. H. S. Haskins.
FOR SAL'S By owner leaving town, ' APPLMS. AN CIDJSR FOR SALE
2 housos, 3 room house furnished p;cked mn apples at OPc por bushel
I and 5 room house modern except boat. whjlo they mst, Also fresh elder.
I Rontal income $55.00 per month. In-1 ftt Gcorgo Stewart's, ono milo
jqulro at 221 So. Walnut after 0 p. m. wcg( ftnd on(J mlo north of Babor
school house. Como sunuay n you
Mrs. Frank Eshelman and mother
MrB. Pierson of Hershey visited at
tho Harry Lamplaugh homo Wednesday.
FOR SALE Apples . and awect applo
I cider mado from hand picked apples,
?om 1 50c por gallon. Bring Jugs, Friday,
'Saturday and Sunday. Roy Spurrier,
I FOR SALE Seed wheat for salo, Kan
j rod variety. Has been cortlfled by
j Stato growers association, ono dollar
, por bushol at placo four miles east of
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Entertains Travel ami Study Club
The Travel and Study Club was
entertained last evening at tho homo
WANTED A girl for general house
work, Mrs. J. Hlrschfeld.
Early resorts from Lincoln toll of
tho following prlzo winners among
tho mombora of tho boys and girls;01 Mra- Cummings.
clubs: Mabel Rosso got second prlzo
in darning, Evolyn IIouoo third in
FOR SALE OR TRADE,
lot. 502 West Front
-Houso and 1
Mrs. Frater Entertains
Mrs. Georco Frater is entortalnlnc
darning, Vlrgcno Dcota fifth in thOto(Jny nt R Trous30m, ica ,n honor of
towel contest. Tho Lincoln county ; hor daughter Dulco who will bo
clubs secured sixth placo in tho can-;marrlcd Tuesday afternoon.
ning budget and ninth In llvo stock
judging. Announcements of tho
poultry and canning demonstration
team contest winners was to havo
been mado last night.
Ezra Mcokcr, whlto.halrod and 92 :
years of ngo was a wolcomo visitor at i
this offlco tills morning. Ho Is on his
iway from Scattlo to Washington to
urgo congress to declare tno urogon
Trail a National Highway. Mr. Meoker
was ono of tho pioneers who wont
through North Platto In 1852 oh the
Orogon trail to tho northwest and at.
tracted consldorablo attention soveral
years ngo by making tho trip again in
his old ox cart. Ho wll spond tho day
Will Entertain for JIIss Frater
Mrs. L. E. Hastings is cntortalning
tills nftornoon at her home in honor
of Miss Dulclu Frater, n bride of next
.His. Cttmiiilugs Ih to Ho Honor Uucst
Tho Travel and Study club will bo
ontortalnod at tho homo of Mrs. E.
R. Goodman in honor of Mrs. Ray
Cummings who will leave soon for
Council Bluffs whoro sho ,wlll mako
hor futuro homo.
A Btipposidly empty oil tank lying . Program will, bo In chargo of tho do-
partmont ana committco cnairman.
. oiiiau'Kr Club Meeting
j Thoro 'will bo a mooting of tho
General Club next Tuesday afternoon
!'ln tho Methodist church parlors,
i boginnlng promptly at 2, o'clock. Ths
Invitations lmvo been sent out to
the wedding of Miss Dulco Frater and
Fredrick Ross of SanFrnncisco. Tho
coi'omony will bo performed Tues
day aftornoop at 4 o'clock at tho homo
of tho brhlo's parents Mr. and Mrs.
in tho nun in tho roar of tho E. F.
Seoborgor homo on wcBt Fourth
streot oxplodod yesterday afternoon.
It must havo .contained nomo kind of
oil for it burst into flames and
Bcorchcd tho siding on that Bldo of
tho houao. An alarm was turnod In
but tho firo was out boforo tho de
partment arrived. It in thought that QCorgo prntor.
tho tank must havo ccuitamcu somo
oil which had been placed tliero bo- EuU'rtalns Camp Firo
,forq It was aoalod up. Tho heat of Tho mombora of tho Nicafigeo
tho sun Is thought to havo caused campflro wore entortained Wcdnes
tho contonts bl tho tank to oxpand day evening by Miss Mario Schwaiger
arid hloui 6ft the top. Several Win- After a business mooting tho roraaln
dows wcro shattered by tho concuB-dor of the evening was spent in a
slon and pooplo in tho neighborhood social tlmo. At tho closo of tho
wore startled by tho loud roport evening dolicious refreshments wore
Tho University. of Nebraska and1 "
moot of tho collogoa a,nd unlvcrolties , Mrs. Cummings Entertains
-of tho middle western states havo Mra. A. R. Cummings ontortalnod
announcod tho following as tho on- tho mombora of tho Travel and Study
tranco requirements. This mcann club ana a row omor monus at nor
that any high schoql graduato who 'homo last ovonlng. A dainty two-
wishes to ontor any of theso hlghor course lunch was sorvod . after tpo j
schools must havo earned high school ladies had spent a pleasant ovonlng
with the hostoss, who Is leaving soon
to mako hor homo in Council Bluffs.
FOR SALE Auto
The Eyc-ClnHS men, Clinton & Son.
Always cool at Panccland, every
A beautiful lino of felt hats Just
arrived. Block's Btorc.
Visit our' Millinery dcartmerit.
Our Btyles and prices aro right, at
Visit our $5.00 trimmed Hat depart
ment Whittaker Mlllelnery, 500
A wonderful Bhowlng of New Silks
and Wool Dress Goods at Tho Leader
Fall opening Bpecial Best grade
Polret Twill and Canton crepe dresses
In tho very nowest fall modols, BpecL
ally priced at $22.75 at mock's.
Mothers wo havo on salo Boys Knee
Pants for school wear 89c, 95c, $1.45,
$1.95 and up in sizes G to 18 years.
Tho Loader Mercantile Co.
See the beautiful new fall dresses
in Polret, Twill and Canton Crepe,
specially priced at $22.75 at Block's
It real quality and long service
appeal to you In tho purchase of
anything, it should draw you to tho
Dodgo Brothors cars on their paBt
record of good performance. - J. V.
Don't allow tho child's eyes to hold
him back in school. Tho Dixon Opti
cal Co. is prepared to mako a moat
careful examination. Their sorvico is
guaranteed to bo satisfactory.
Tho Copper' Clad has given such
good cooking and Baking Service that
it has been called the "Perfect Cook
ing Machine." Derryberry & Forbes,
Inc. fFOR SALE 1920 Ford Coupe In good j
Soo tho beautiful now fall dresses, condition, fully equipped; will trade i
in Polret, Twill and Canton Crepe, In on lots in right location. Phone 81.
specially priced at' $22.75 at Block's or 805W after G P. M.
' ;FOR SALE. LEASE OR RENT. The
i . Mrs. J. S. Hoagland homo .on West
;;lth street. Inquire of W. V. or A. B.
Get your order In early for ono of
tho now Dodgo coupo3, mado for
Phono 784F5. Austin S. 1 sturdy service, yet beautiful In ovory
lino. Wo havo threo moro sold In
advanco and would adviso you to act
quickly. J. V. nomlgh. aealor.
But everyday prices at tho Burke
Largo Carnation Milk . .10
Crystal Whlto Soap, por bar 5
FOR SALE Spring chickens. Mrs. E, Largo It, B. C. Rolled oats 30
S. GUncs. Phono 564 J. i Loxington Purity, 48-lb sack 2.00
WANTED - Experienced girl for j Lexington Purity. 24-lb sack 1.05
housework who can go home night rcachcB Pr baskot 2.50
Phono 132. Early Ohio Potatoes, bushel 75
Wo aro open In tho evening and
TOR SALE Fresh homo grown j lnvlt0 you to vIsIt our now Btore Wo
cucumbers. Thos. Hayworth. phono glve tra,,0 coupon on aluminum
793F3, ware on purchases of 5c or moro.
FOR SALEOno six holo Monarch Burke's Cash Grocery
stool range for wood or coal. Mr8.'rhono 971 621 B Fourth.
T, C. Paterson, 515 W Fourth St. ' -
FOR SALE Duofold chllds iron bed. j
Dining table buffet, soft coal stovo.
323 West Gth. Phono 1244.1.
FOR SALE Apples, melons and gar
don produce. Glcnburnlo Fruit
STUDENTS ATTENTION I
We hnve an auto-point pencil with
Carnation Milk 6 ! black silk cord. Just- what you need
for school :it a special pneo or. ooc.
C S. Clinton & Son.
L. & S.
FOR SALE OR LEASE Furnished
houso ono block from courthouse.
108 West 2nd. Mrs. H. P. Husband.
FOR SALE Now. Blrdsell
Seed Huller. Write R. C.
FOR RENT Newly furnished room,
gentleman preferred. Inquire 114 S.
FOR SALE Threo lioars, thorough
bred Poland-Chlnus. 7 months old..
weigh 250 pounds. $30 each if taken,
quick, Mac Westphall, phone 785F21.'
SPECIAL FEATURES WRITTEN IN COMBINATION
WITH STANDARD LIFE TOLICIES
Non-Cancellablo Accident and
Doublo Indemnity Provisions.
Disability Incomo Clause.
Monthly Life Income
Puro and Installment Incomo
Premium Waiver Clause.
Post Mortem Dividends.
Full Participation in all
Insurance that Insures Protection that Protects
Fidelity Reserve Company
Home Office Fourth and Locust Streets,
North Platte, Neb.
I. D. BItOWJfFIELI),
Farm and Livo Stock
Telephone or wlro for dutes nt my
credits an follows.
English 6 points
Foroigu Innguagos (4toC"l
'Algebra & geometry (Glolj
European history 2 points
Laboratory sc'onco 2 points
Other subjects taught in an
.approved mannor in an ac
credited high school 10 points
noucKT arusic studio.
Teacher of Violin and Cornet.
Phono . 1G7W.
410 Vino Street.
LOST Odd-shaped silver-band watch
crystal, probably in or near High
School. .Reward. Return to Harrison
, FOR SALE Sixty head of coming
! 'two-year old heifers Hereford
fttock all well marked. Claus Ander
I son, Eight miles southwest of North
Member of Canteen Entertain
' Miss Jossio Baker assisted by somo
1 of tho mombora of Company E of tho
Red Cross Canteen" ontortalnod at tho
Bakor homo last ovonlng at a mlsc
, oUanoious shower in honor of Miss
Dulco Frater a brldo of next wook.
1 Thoro u&ro twenty guests present -At
Total 3Q p0inia tho closo of tho ovonlng a delicious
' J0. two courao lunch was served. Miss
Piano tuning, Holioy Music Houso. Frat'or received many beautiful
"I WOULDN'T BE WITHOUT
A CHECKING ACCOUNT"
You frequently hoar this romarlc
from woman who havo loarngd tho
numerous advantages of carrying a
olieolrlnif account In your own homo.'
Many women nro endowed with 'naU i
ural ' bualnose ability others must
,i oultivnto It A checking account at
this Btrong, progrosslvo bank is In
dispensable to tho iwtoman who re
ceives and pays out monoy.
The Platte Valley State Bank
WE ARE GIVING AWAY
1 HX Honm Hmrrt
(TO THE LADIES)
1 5c Tube of Mag-Lac
The Original Milk of Mugnesia Tooth Paste
(TO THE GENTLEMEN)
One 50c Tube of Colonial Club
Known as the Finest Shaving Cream on the Market
With Every Purchase ot a Garden Court
Toilet Article (Except Talcum)
Above offer with 2 cans Garden Court Talcum.
STONE'S DRUG STORE
AT THE SUN
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
Norma Talmadge . .
ft. . .
'love s Redemption
You loved'her in "Srhilin Thru," you will love her
One of Norma's Best Pictures.
At tho old Splinter Farm about ono mllo wost on "West A Street.
Will sell at public auction to tho highest bidder on
Saturday, September 9th
boginnlng at 2 o'clock sharp.
Red Poll milch cow, aged 4 yeara. "White face milch cow, 4 years
Lurham cow, G'years old, Red Durham cow, G yoars old, Holstoln Bull!
1 yoars old, Rod cow, G yeara old, 2 spring calved. ,
2 whlto horses, smooth mouth, weight 1250 each; set doublo harn
ess; wagon; dozen Leghorn chlpkens.
Kitchen range, 3 heating stovo3, china closet, 2 kitchen cabinets,
onamol kitchen table and 4 chairs, 5 rocking chairs, 4 'dining room
chairs, dining room tablo, 3 dressers, 100-lb. lco box, 3 beds, spring
and mattresses, library tablo, center tablo, a ash stand, 2 largo
and sevoral small rugs, lawn mower, 2 garden hoso. Mlcellaneous
cooking utensils, dishes and garden tools, and other articles.
TERMS OF SALE ?20.00 and undor cash, ovor that amount a credit
of G months tlmo, at 10 per cent Interest. '
EARL SMITH, Owner
II. M. JOIIANSON, Auctioneer. F. C. PIELSTICKER, Clerk.
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