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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1922)
.. THE NORTH FLiATTJ'J aiUMl-VViHKLiY TKIHUNHJ " -
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StmmtMyi RfButte. LOOK WHAT'S COMING
WILSON TOUT. Editor,-, f bUitorJ J roIlUESTEUS
Entered at the North Platto, Nebraska' Will meet to-morrow afternoon at
tiio K. j. nail at ;j ociock.
red variety. Has ,beon cortltlcd by
Stftto growers association, ona dollar
per bushel at placo four intlcs casVoC
State Farm. Phono 784FG, Austin S.
Poatofllco aa Second Claun Matter.
FOIt 3ALK S'ovcs.
One 'Vear, lu udvance fl.60' All three Masonic bodies meet wlthi ,lVTKIi compotont girl for, general
, ,,r , . -r (Tninpio craft, Wednesday at 8 p. TO. houstwork. Mrs. J. S
TDJ&DAY, SKl'TEJIMJlt JStli, is)22. Important.
Thero has not been much change
In temperaluro tho last fow days,
NOJITH 1LATTE FIE LOSSES VOK 'Monday being tho hottest day. Sat
urday nvcragcu 72, sunuay - auu
Monday 87 degrees. Tho weather
report says thero Is not much change
State In temperature and It will be fair
Mr. and Mrs. GuyVsirrodor pasaea
through tho city this morning on
loute to their new homo In Broad,
water. Mrs. Shroedor will bo to
mombercd by her. friends as MIbs Ora
Stuart who taught In tho Washington,
school last year.
VKAll WEItE LOWEST
, OF ALL
Missionary Society wll meet with
Tho annual report of tho
Flro Marshal for Nebraska elves tho
i. i hi. i- '" v "
FOR KENT 7 room furnished house, following as tho total loss by flro
of 2 l-V-Hl 6th. Phone 'Jlit for tho year ending July 1, 1922: Clinton's for Spectacles.
Omaha- $430,026.38 Fifteen musk mellona or ton water
J Urttl OA! .V fI,ntnna fnr nrintifnrr ... . .......
Jornis said "Lot not your hoart bo i Mrs. N. P. Patterson, 31G West 3rd 1 T i-remom 141,487.13
. Urlday afternoon at 3 o'ciocic. v Hastings 04,484.75
troubled; yc,bolIovo In God, bollevo street
also.ln mo." John 14:1, . -0VAL NBlaiInoifij.
Washington said "Good citizens' Will meet tomorrow afternoon at
will' obsorvo faith and Jmitlco toward 3 o'clock at tho K. P. hall. All
nil men." 1 members are especially urged to be
- - , presont.
Ono of the house organs which wo
enjoy looking over oac'h month is LUTHERAN
"Tho Nortbwostorn Boll" published Young peoples mlaslonary society
in Omaha, by tho Northwestern Bell 1 will meet this ovenlng with tho MIbb
Tblcphono Co. It has buch a hoarty , cs Elizabeth and Myra Confer at 913
tone and Is a -work of printing art. East Fifth Street
It is devoted to tho wolfaro of tho
company employees and is issued by
FOIt KENT Throe oom flat. 419 W.
Fifth. R. H. Fowles.
melons for ono dollar at the farm.
Andy Olson. Como out.
FOIt SALE International hay press. Norfolk'- ' 26,672.00
Phono 787F120. II. S. Haskins.
Wo have an auto-point pencil with
black silk cord. Just what you need
(or school at a special price of SGc.
C. S. Clinton & Son.
APPLES AN CIDER FOR SALE
Picked fall apples at COc per bushel
while they last. Also fresh .cldor.
Call at Georgo Stewart's, ono mllo
west and one mllo north or Bakor
school house. Como Sunday if you
aw n '"IMMMRTUTAN SPECIAL"
(Choice A No. 1 corn fed ster stoak)
We also servo a ;
from 11 a. in. to 2 p. m. for '35c
WANTED A girl for general house
work, Mrs. J. Hirschfeld,
WANTED Farm hand. All winter
Job. Ralph Saul. Rt. 3.
NO LOCAL SHOW HAS CAUSED
When tho director from the pro
ducing' company arrives In Norm
them. In tho September number Is ,A1(1 8Cdtlty , mC0,1 Th,ur3day FOIl SALE OR TRADE Houso and Platto ho wl flnd ,utcrost nlgh and
an account of tho awarding of tho
Vail bronzo medal to a former North
OPlatte boy, with his picture, a cut
of IJruco Brown of Brady, president
3 o'clock. Those entertaining are
enthusiasm strong for tho musical
Mesdamos Porrit, Forstedt, Crosby FOR SALE-Puro bred white Leghorn comcd; wh,jh 1b to bo given .here
. r.t-iu i nn Tm,r tho last of the month. Tho general
anu lien jonnson.
315 West 3d, St. Phono 171J.' committee headed by Mrs. Ed Dickey
is working on tho cast and Is meeting
of tho Nobraska Telcphono Assocla- EUREKA CLUB.
tlon and a tribute' to Alexander. The mombors of tho Eureka club TAKEN UP One red cow, 1 red and with such roady response that its
will bo entertained this evening at , 'hlto yearling, 1 roan calf, L." I. work Is much easier than was antl-'
Sho will I Tucker. Phono C98J. clpated. The show Is Bald to be more
Graham Boll, Inventor of tho tolo
tho homo of Mary Loudon.
-rr-rr. . . . ! bo asiatod In entertaining by Blanch 0T r.n nA Popular than any of tho othets,whlch
1t. m 1 A'nMl l Tllnlln nnnn n il f I ..." I1 I 1 1 L n 1 il'j 11 1 T1 llllllllllft. Illf IA1 HI I i
not rcallzo what it means to tho
reputation of this community to havo i metHODIST
NOel BullOCk Win thO PilCO'S Peak, Wntnnnn linmo tllfaHloilttrV HOClOtV Vnn nclMT Minn ,.., .11 mnn'a 'nlnh In t.ni.1- nVllin-'nroiioHnii.
w A. & V iUUIII iiU UU W - W V V M UWUlk - IIIW -
to 70 ,t , , . . , y, r ii, 1
11 o va linnn rr lirnrt m An n n 1 it 11 la iir 1 1 1
pounds each. Phono 782F110. Carl , J; i4 - , 4 ... . , .
mnirn It nmro nrtfnrttlva tr Ttin tiiinnf
Smarts. ... ..... .yic.
of the city. Th&SNdcth. Platto Wo-
- - tnnn rm. n . 1. n ... .. ....
rcv lur uu uwuuiu wi meet Friday afternoon in? :tno. modern. Inquire
real, was puniisuou m every cuy i church Parlors. Duos -payment Jay 1 220 W. Sixth Street.
will ho obsorvod. iAlU' members faro
asked to bo present. !
dally papor In tho country. Somo of
(hcra gavo long accounts of tho raco
and, featured Bullock in a small car
of his own construction, winning
overrtho high-powered racors of tho
largo factories. Bullock is said to
havo won tho raco bocauBo of his
daring and it is to that daring that
WANTED Experienced girl i- tor
'h'dusework who can go homo night.
O. Kocken, and that means a clean cast, a snappy
show and enthusiastic audiences.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
O. E. S.
itecular m'eetlne Slenct Chanter. No.
FOR SALE-UOno siX hole
Jran0( Associdtwl Conduclrcss wljl
E. E. Carr left yesterday for Osh-.,
kosh where ho transacted business.
Eyes examined, Glasses fitted. Sat-1
isfactlon,. sure. Ql.ntop, &f.SS6J '
Mr, and Mrs.B. K.Fast of Oshkosh
steel rangtf fdr" wood or coal. Mrs.
give a talk on ritualistic work., AnT'C Prflon;S16 'Fourth St.
the raclnc fanB will look for future ' mombors, are Invited. Refreshments FOR SALE Annies.-melonB and car. IttnnnoH h. ttm ritviMflw.
viqlorics. North Platto will benefit W,1U' BCrvod- deh 'produce: Glonburulo Fruit Mf and Mrfl c cooi left Wedi
in-, that ,he resides hqre and calls ,thl? ; yobmAn , Farm.,. t. - ' nesday. fQ. to vIattevora;
his homo.. . North, Butte lfl proud of j. Yeoman business meeting Thurs-'F0R sAMJ 0R LEASE-Fxirnlshcd ' days at" tho Chas. Brugger homo,
tho aqhlovomont and . congratulate dUy, .goptembot. UtU t g. , ln- , from courthouse 1 1 i "i
Mr. Bullock on winning tho.eWt and th0 K. a lml, Thor5 w. hon blcc. ' fst ...5 P, ST wIu 'SndTln XT
money prizo. .v , Hon of officers. -Everybody como. B with friends. Jncity.or a row
. .. ..... ilnvo Innt wiulf
on VrnTiTt to" W nia''k Thew will be a receptlbrt to tho for SALjsNew o 111508611 Airaira-- .r vi
better place I'n which to raise boys? Veoman homo' committee-and InVltcd Seed Hullon
That ls a qucatlQn which Is Interest- "uuaiD' "U4U uu " u-u"vu -
Writo R'.-O. Knapp,
Ing a largo number of people
may bo somo things which tho pooplo
of, tbls community cpn tdo to malw
North Platto a better ptaco In which
to 'have a 'boy g'rpy 'up and to find
out what 'tho' women' havo'tw suggest
we aro .gQlng to ask tho mothers of
boys'.to tojl us what thoy. think. Wo
thero lnf! the rccPton.
The Eye-Glass men, Clinton & Son.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS
FOR' SALE .EugllBh, ,Cull .Ducks, 3
i . as pair. Guaranteed to call, Will
Spurrier, one mllo north Nlcholan
FOR SALE Throe boars, thorough-
Frank TIerney left Sunday for
SJldney. where );9 vflll transatc busi
ness for several days..,
W. H. Haught ot BirdNvood came
Sunday to rolleve, ticket clerk F.
TIerney who has gbno to Sidney, to
relievo tno ticket ag0nt there, .
Como in and seo our now line of
bred Poland-Chinas. 7 months old. fancy hair pins and barrottes.
J weigh 250 pounds. $30 each if taken
Tim fntlnufnir mtntnMnna wnrA iUn
nttlplr Afn XX.fAalVlinl1 nlinriA f7QKIT,1
are offering a prize of threo dollam i aponlng markets at South Omaha thfu 1 " "v"'"""" t'""""
to tho mother of, a, North Platto boy, morning and were received hero by FOR SALE 1920 Ford Coupo In good'
big or little, who will write the best. , telegraph at 10 a. m. condition, fully equipped; will trade
article proposing something -which . Cattle ju 0n lots In right location. Phono 81(
cpuld be dono to make this city a Best grade corn fod beeves Btqady'or 805V after. 6 P. M. '
better place In which to raise a boy. to Btrong. Top $10.75. .Other, :
All . articles ontprod muBt bo Blgnoa grades beof BteerB and grassera slow' FOR SALE. LEASE OR RENT. The
tuuUsuch will bo printed aa will bo Sho stock about steady. Bulla and MrB- J- s- Hoagland homo on West
of .lntorest to our readers. Judges veals steady stockors and feeders Inquire of W. V. or A. B;
nmko ho BOlectlon on Saturday, ! weak ' to' 2 Bo lo'or' Honglnndl
September 23rd. Thoy will not know! Hogs LOST Odd-shaped sliver-band watch
tHb uames ot the Writers untU after I Active 10c to 15c higher than yos-, cry8tal( probnbiy jn or near High
tlio. BOlectlon has been made. This , terdays average. Bulk 200 to 300 :Scnoof, nowimi. Return to Harrison
Is an opportunity for any mother to 1 Pound butcherB $8.25 to fO.10, top Tout
add conothln to tho dlBeusslon or 10,25 Bulk packing grades $6,90. 1
the needB of our community nnd any ; to $7.35 ! FOR SALE Sixty head of coming
mother who feolB thero is anything : :o: two-yoar old hoifors Hereford
wrong with tho envlromont horo In Mrs. T. G. Terry roturnod to nor , 8tok al1 woU marked. Claua Andor
North Platte will welcome thlBoppor-j homo in Omaha aftor visiting for a'800 1)15,11 ra,,cs southwest of North
in nnll mitilln nftnnOnn to tlll'fnw rlftvn wtHi Um. ArvtXfa VThU. 1 lailO.
C. S. Clinton & Son.
Choice lot of young Red Poll bull
at farmers prices at
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM
South Dewey Stroot
. - J ll .
Wool suedeno with
beaverette fur collar
Right: Sport coat ot.double
of real worth
$18 to $45
Tho priced remarkably low the less expensive coats that
we are featuring are no less cleverly designed than our
more costly garments.
The cloths, if not delicately rich, are, invariably of good
texture, well loomed and fast dye arid will give highly
The styles, if less elaborate, check with the fashions of
The workmanship, in every garment, is absolutely right.
No skimping or scamping here. ' ,
, . The savings in cloths and decoration and . the use of
highly durable linings in place of costly silks are reflected
in every price.
The variety is ample- Tho- we
show but two in this advertise
ment there are enough models
to meet every taste, purse or
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE
need tor a change.
r FOR SALE By ownor leaving town,
about glrla nor about men or j nov and r8 w H Mooro roturn. 1 2 houses, 3 room house furnished
women for that win como laf.or. , 0(j ja 0f vrook from a throo ' and 5 room houso modern except heat.
Bring or mall article to tho Tribune I W00jj8 vlslt Jn 0ntarl0( 0anada. Rental lncomoi $55.00 per month. In
offlce, sealed and addressed to tho , 1 qutro at 221 So. Walnut aftor 6 p. m.
ocliiOT- 0,,r alar'U clocks aro of guaranteed , J
,, 1 quality. Dlxou ilio Jowolor. , FOR SALE Sood wheat for salo, Kan-
J - 1 1 O "" " " ! - - - . , . .
Always wolcomo at Dancolond ovory
Mies Graco Bretornlle has roaum
od her duties at tho WeBtorn Union
'alter, a two wcoka vacation.
am Landgraf roturnod Sun
uay from uonvor wnoro ne aiionuea 1
tho bafieball tournament.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Don loft Sun.
day evening for Omaha whore thoy
will visit for a fow days.
Mr. and Mrs. Cody Boal loft last
evening for Bollngham, Washington,
whoro thoy will mako tholr futuro
Tickets for tho Flroman'fl Fall
Festival which will bo hold Sopt 22
are tor ealo at North Platto Bulck
Co. garago, Hondy-Oglor garago nnd
S. fk R. Service Station.
Mrs. Otto Webor loft yeBtorday (or
Maryoville, KonoaB whore Bho win
loin Mr. Wober and from thoro thoy
will go to Topoka to attend tho State
Cattle at Auction
Monday, September 18
Stockers and Feeders
Sell in car lota steers of all weights, yearlings, two and
threo year old steers of good quality, white facod stock and
feeding cows, heifers and calves. Most of these cattle will
sell frolgt paid to tho river. Omaha, Kansas City and St.
Josoph. Would like td seo you horo Sopt. 18th,
WHEN LOOKING FOR CATTLE
Como and seo us any day during tho week, wo have
cattle hero all tho time. All kinds. We can rit you out
any tlmo. Wo will treat you right.
Monday, September 18th, havo your cattle horo that
day. Plenty of buyers. Sold steers to-day at $7.50-
Rauch Live Stock Co.
Is at Your Service
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information quickly and correctly to promote sales to avoid
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0y Evening M(ht Day.Cvi
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70 35 25 S5
85 45 25 1.05
40 25 25 50
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80 40 25 . 1.00
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