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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
NEWS FROM OVER
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Interesting Information From O.er the County Secured
From Our Special Correspondents
And The Newspapers.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
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Clinton's for "Eyo' Service. '
1 Dr. Dent spent . Wednesday In
Ogallnln on professional busIness.M
1 Victor, Vlctorolas, Holley Music
flouae, ' i
J Always cool nt Dnnccland, every.
Saturday nlto. h
f Crow & Crow still pny tho highest
prlcoB for eggs.
A 'daughter was born to Mr. onii
Mrs. W. F. Saunders at the stato
New unliorms for the band are ex- a special oloction Is called for, Sept.
lected to arrlvo SOOn. . 28th to nnnrnv nh nrrnnramfint nntnr.
About fifty Hershey people wentjed Into by tho village boards of Max.! Mr8, Wllllls has accPtcd a P031'
out. to Al Combs hay ranch and ato well and Brady to build a transmlssJ tIon at BEhtol-Mars In tho alteration
watermelon and canteloupo on Sun- 0n line from Gothenburg. department.
day evening. e I Bruco Drown( 1)rcaiuont oI tho Nob'i Miss Blflo Itodgors of Nosblt had
Hershey wins' 5 game from Staple-'raska Telephone Association has boon her ton8llf roraovotl Wednesday at
ton by a score of 20 to 19. It holding district -meetings over tho tho P,atto Vnllcy 1,08P,tal
was said to have been more like a stato during tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Cool spent a
rijcq track than a ball diamond. i Brady ball team was defeated by , few da'8 ,a8t week in Lexington at
F. W. Dixon 0$ North Platte has OTllons Sunday by a score of C to 4. tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
purchased Kandyland from H. M. ( :o: Brugger.
Porter.. He and his three daughters; Mako Dancoin(i Vour amusement You wU1 enJy watching Dixon's
Sunshine, Neom;ariU Creta will run , ,mll Un(lor n,anaEon,ent ot American windows. They are continually chang-
Edltor asks for a mass meeting to ,
petition tho county commissioners to
build a new bridge over tho North I
Platto river at Herhcy rather than
spend ten or fifteen thousand dollars
oh repairs on the old ono.
School opened Monday with a very
Haying operations are about com-'
pleted in tho Maxwell vicinity. This
week will soo tho finish for all tho (
' Miss Mildred Roberts loft Monday
for New Haven, Con. where she will
resume hor work in tho School ot
Gymnastics. , ;
Twelve boy scouts motored to
North Platto on Friday and camped
n ,tht city nark until Sunday after
noon. They enjoyed the public
j Postmaster TCuhns moved tho post
office Saturday night to tho building
formerly housing the movie show. It,
was a surprise to most o the citi
zens., H. B. Olson and F. F. Dolan were
elected delegates to the state Amor-,
lean Legion convention at York and j
Tom Rasmussen and Rod Roberts j
alternates. All four will go. in a;
car? and camp while away. 1
SUTHERLAND COURIER j
John Humphrey is installing a
radio in his home.
. George Shoup scalded his face
when ho removed tho radiator cap
of his car while it was steaming.
'i-The Snow White Cafe has moved
to tho Yates building on Walnut
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Payton gave a
'reception to Dr. and Mrs. Chas. F.
Holder, Thursday evening.
The Sutherlanaband'.'gavo its last
concert of the season on Saturday
Rev. Alphonso Gasser has been
assigned to take chargo of tho
Catholic congregation at Sutherland.
The enrollment of tho schools at
the opening of school was 280 with
more expected before the week was
A surprise party on Mrs. Georgo
Shoup was given by her daughters
at the home of Mrs. E. R. Rayhorn
Mrs. Shoup received many approp
Sutherland was defeated by Pax
ton, 2-11, Sunday before a crowd of
300 fans. Thomas of Elslo pitched
for Paxton with Whltefaco, tho Sioux
Indian In tho Sutherland box.
Tho new jail cell recently installed
In tho electric light building did not
look good to Deputy Sheriff R. I.
Shappell so ho put his prisoner iu
bed in tho hotel andwatched him all
night. Electric wiring waa too clpso
to tho iron work bf tho coll.
Tho American Legion conducted the
funeral services of Isaam W. Recs a
civil war veteran.
First Annual camp of tho Wallace
boy scouts closos urtth every onp happy
and looking forward to next year.
A son of Mr. and Mrs. fccwls Lapp,
west of town -was thrown from -a
horso and sustained a fractured arm.
Several families from tho Wallace
vicinity attended tho Illinois picnic at
North Platto on August 31.
Tho prediction of an average of 45
bushel of corn per nor which was
mado two weeks ago has boon cut
down about 30 par cent which will
still loavo a larger yield tlwn last
Corao in and ib our new lino of
fancy hlr njjyi and barrattae.
O. i. -Clinton & Son.
MENS DRESS SHOES
All tho latest styles in Brown and
Black, values up to,
MENS HEAVY UNION SUITS
Fino Grey Heavy Union Suits, nil
sizes, 30 to 4G
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS
Collars attached and neck band
styles, solid greys, tans and fancy
(patterns, values up
Ao $2.00 -
BOY'S TOM WYE SWEATERS
In brown and green heather mix
turos, size 2G to 34 1
MENS HEAVY SWEATERS
With big shawl collars, plain grey
only. Sizes 3G to 46
MENS LEATHER VESTS
Moleskin body and fine leather
sleeves. Size 34 to 40. A dandy
MENS FLANNEL SHIRTS.
Strictly all wool in brown, grey,
green and marroon, sizes 14 to
A dandy $3.50
MENS FAST COLOR HOSE
Colors black, brown, navy, grey,
white. 9 pairs
ON SALE ONE DAY ONLY
SVTUUDAY SEPTEMBER 10th.
cd and filled with tho newest of now
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Craig loft.tiio
I first part of tho weok for their home
in Holdrodgo after visiting friends In
The small daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Devlin of Tryon had hoi
tonsils removed yestoVday at the
Platto Valley hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Salisbury left
tho first of tho weok for Geneva
where they will visit relatives. The
trip was mado by auto.
Mr. 'and Mrs. F. C. Cooney and
daughter left to-day for their homo
in Overton after spending tho past
three weeks hero visiting relatives.
C. L. Basklns and M. E. Crosby
returned to-day from Ogallala where
they spent tho past two days attend
ing district court.
Claude and Alvln Wolugand nrrlv
I ed Thursday from Los Angeles, Cal.,
i They will spend several days visiting
' friends and relatives.
Ernest Rincker will leave toraor-,
row for Omaha and points in Iowa
whero he will spend a week visiting
" -'Mr., and Mrs,jE.'J, Spauldlng nnd"
,J. H, Kelly returned to Gothenburg;
, Wednesday. They were enroutJ
homo from Estes Park.
Mrs. James Jonas arrived Wed
' nnailnr frnni . ftnthnnhllrc? to 81)011
'several weeks visiting her daughter;
Miss Mablo Malino
Mre r.hns. TlretGrnltz and daughter
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Fern .left Wednesday morning ior
Sidney where they will visit rela
Mr. and Mrs. Ivelth Moorohouso
returned Tuesday from Denvor ana
Colorado Springs where' they spent
W. R. Malonoy returned yesterday
morning from Mason City, Iowa,
Where ho attended tho district Rotary
Mrs. George Prossor lort Thursday
morning for Norwalk, Ohio, whore
sho will visit relatives for several
Tho Board of , County Commissioners
mot In tho court house Sept. 5th, 1922,
with, tho following present Commiss
ioners Springer, Cohagun and Cokor
and Clork Allen.
Tho following bills were approved
and allowed! . .
PORBO-& Son,, road dlst. 33, $13.95.
Ralph Graham, nuto hire, $10.
, Paul G. Meyers, office rent, $25. -
F. H. Rasmussen, printing, $111.19.
J. B. Koontz, mdso, $12.
Telophono Co. rent and tolls, $46.G1.
B. W. Wilson, Com. 3. $75.
Roy Tetters, Com. 3. $82. 50
Herman Koestor,.Com. 3 $37.50.
Clark Foldcn, Com. 3. $45.
Geo. Lee, dragging, $4.
Rodger Docker, stato work, $17.
Albert Whitehead, stato work, $21.
Derryborry and Forbes, oil, $28.08
Ralph Graham, services, $5.
Light. Co. $G7.22. '
Chas. Loypoldt, Com. 3. $135.G2.
Saunder Bros, services, $81.60.
Geo. Lee, Com. 3. $35.
Wilson Schnudor, ropnlrs, $101.30.
Mrs. Fisher, houso ront, $8.
L. J. Hansen, mdso, $19.69.
Rincker Drug Co. mdso, $8.30.
J. I. Caso Co, repairs, $109,74.
Geo. A. Walden, refund of tax, $7.62.
N. P. Sprinkler, $7.30.
John Flckenchor, road dlst. 35, $21.
W. R. Brooks, dragging, etc, $89.50.
Fred Tobns, bridge work, $51.50.
Sundry persons, road dlst. 19, $178.
J. J. Bromond, haying roads, $30.
C. E. Long, dragging, $44.75.
Fred Brooks, $45. , 1
E. J. Eamos, printing, $3SA
McMlchaol Bros. $100.00.
Sid Andorson, dragging $13.50.
C. W. Schmld, road dlst 20, $2.50.
G. G. Schick, dragging, $10.50.
G. G. Schick, road dlst. 20, $39.80.
Chas. Schick, road dlst. 20, $5.
P. D. Long, dragging, $50.25.
I. V. Dally, road dlst. 37, $49.12.
Will Schott, road dlst. 37, $10.12.
AUeen G. Cochran, salary and
Adolaldo Shilling, salary, $95.00.
Eva Shirley, services, $70.
Nath Bratten. road 405, $55.
Ralph NorrlB, dragging, $16.50.
Win. Rudat, road work, $33.
Henry Ellas, dragging, $24.
A. B. Hoagland, services, $5.
Homer Rodgcrs, road dlst. 46, $5.50.
Saunders Bros, repairs, $1.25.
Clark Andre, road dlst. 38, $37.50.
Geo. Linn, road dlst. 38, $15.00.
E. M. Fox, road dlst. 38, $5.00. ' ' -
Loren Dllllon, road'oist. 38, $8.75.
E. W. Cokor, general $7..00.
V. H. Roblson, dragging, $43.50.
Saunder Bors. General, $1.25.
Zlmmor, dragging, $12.
Farmers' Lumber & Coal Co. $1064.00
Minneapolis Machlno Co. $445.85.
Mrs. Dean, Co. poor, $132.25. 1
T. G. Dcets, dragging, $11.25.
Anderson & Fltz Gibbon,
Adjourned to Sept. 11, 1922.
UjTffN'T-l O N !
We arc now equipped to do First Class Uphol
stering,, Reftriishing arid Cabinet Worii. '
We Have an experienced man who... devotee. ,
all his tinlo to this work. ' ' '
A good stock of Upholstering and Repair
W. R. Maloney Co.
As tho opening dato of tho duck shooting season is on Sat Sopt lGth,"
tho question arises. "How are you fixed for hunting parnpanalla."
I carry In stock tho following lines of Repeating Shotgims: Rem
ington Auto Loading (Automatic). Remington, Twolvo and Twenty
Gauge, Savago, Marlln, Stevens, Winchester, In both Hammor and
Hammorlc8s Models. Latter Jh Twolvo to Twenty Gaugo.
L. C. Smith Double Guns.
All kinds of Rifles, from ooys Air Rifles up to Savago 20-3000.
Loaded. Shotgun Shells In Remington-Wcstorn nnd Potors. In ll
tho popular Londs, and our own Bpcclnl loading,
The following linos of Hunting Accessories: Mackintosh Wading
. Pants, Factory Shipment, First Quality, Sizes 7 to 12. Hunting Coats,
Cru'Bcr Shirts, ono of the finest hunting garments on tho market.
Rliell Vests. Caps, Corduroy Watorproof Canvas. Gun Cases. Ganio
"Carrlbrs, Decoys in Wood, Canvas and Pappr. Livo Decoy Holders
Samp Axes and Hunting Knives. Coiui'sos. Watorbags. Canteens.
Unbenkablo Thermos Bottles, Duck nnd Gooso Calls.
'M . :v . , - ii
I Buy. Soil and Exchange nil kinds 0(f Guns. Guns for, ront nt all
timoa. If you,nro in want of livo Goosd or 'Duck Decoys, I can put you
nio can f,urn'ish them. .
I vritoMIiuitlng Licenses at' any tlmcn
Coin In and look us over. v
J O DEN,
1st Door North of First National Bank.
AT K. C.
THE BUSIEST MANS STORE IN
THERE IS A REASON.
The Yoeman will give a reception
to tho Slto Committee for tho Yoe
men Orphans' Homo on Tuesday
evening at 8:45. Everybody intor-
ested .Is 'cordially invited to attend.
Every Yoeman should bo present
promptly at 7:45 and all applica
tions not yet initiated como before
8:00. ThlB will bo a big social
Cattle at Auction
Monday, September . 18
Stockers and Feeders
Sell in car lots steers of all weights, yearlings, two and
three year old steers of good quality, white faced stock and
feeding cows, heifers and calves. Most of these cattle will
sell freigt paid to the river. Omaha, Kansas City and St.
Joseph. Would like to see you here Sept. 18th.
WHEN LOOKING FOR CATTLE
Come and see us any day during the week, we have
cattle hero all tho time. All kinds. We can rlt you out
any time. We will treat you right.
Monday, September 18th, have your cattle hero that
day. Plenty of buyers. Sold steers to-day at $7.50.
anclx Live Stock Co
AUTUMN AND EARLY FALL
ATTAIN A NEW ELEGANCE
By virtue of t"e remarkable variety of new
styles, new fabrics, and new embellishing
features embodied in the sason's mode
'Dresses, and Gowns are exquisitely beau
tiful and temptingly appealing and nbove all
very reasonable priced.
Being content only to sponsor the maximum
in fashion and fabric has won for this store
an enviable reputation and these Influenc
ing trade magnets aro clearly and unqual
ifedly reflected in our present assemblage
of the most wonderful new coats, suits,,
dresses, skirls, blouses, furs and Fur Coats.
Yet or low prices would not be possible
without an Intimate knowledge of tho mar
ket and could only be inspired by sound mer
iorth Platte's Leading Woman's Store
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