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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SBMIEEKLY TRIBUNE
l)ANCKrANI)sTO FUIINISH ENTEH
TA1N3IEKT roil COUJtTl'
miMv TOUT. Editor and rYbllsher. i
Dancoland has announood tho
Entered at tho North Platto, Nebraska following program for next waok ,as '
roatofflce aa Socoud Class Manor. Us, part In ontortalnlng during tho
" ..Y. county fair wook: Tuosdny, Soptom-
Want Ads A.
In on lots lit right loontton.
or 805W ffftor G P. M.
! LOST Odd-shaped sl!VbV?band. watch '
. 1 1 l . t i .. . . .j , rlff .
Howard. Return to Harrison
Fbur&ys, Commencing Saturday
A.T THE KEITH
One Yoar, In advanco
bor 19, lOo danco, ladloa froo; Wed.
FlUPAy, SEl'TEMllKIt J6tli, 1022
Chrit said "Go yo thereroro
teach all nations, baptising thorn In
tho namo of tho Father and of tho
Son and of tho Holy Ghost."
Horbort Sponccr said "Liberty Is
not tho right of ono but of all."
I FOR SAL&-S,ovcs. Phone 1147W.
' K Bt L
nesday, Soptombcr 20, Strikers' I Afs'rEo-conipdtont girl for gcndral
'Benoflt Ball; Thursday, Soplembor, housework. Mrs. J. S. Slmmsv '
Soptombor 22, Flremans Carnival
dance; Saturday, Soptombor 23, 10c
and dance, ladles free. Dancoland will
bo redecorated for tho big week, tho
ladlos cloak room having been taste
fully furnished. Tho American Le
gion slx-plcco orchestra will furnish
music for all "of tho occasions.
FOR RENT 7 room furnished house.
! 5C2 pt'ttl 5th. Phone tWJT
'FOR SALE Tomatoes for canning.
I Phono 787F2I(. Ream Bros.
'FOR SALE OR TRADE.
1 lot. 1502 West Front.
FOR RENT Part of furnished or
unfurnished houso. Also furnished
sloeplng rooms. (Good location.
FOR SALE By owner ldavlng town,
2 houses, 3 room house furnished
and 5 room house modern bxcopt heat.
Rontal Incomo $55.00 per month. In
quire at 221 So. Walnut after G p. m.
FOR SALE Canary
Birds. 409 W.
Tho Lincoln County Fair and Fall
Festival opens next Tuesday. This
Is of interest to the pcoplo of Lin
coln county and to the citizens of
North Platto diroctly. Delegations
will bo present from tho moro enter
prising communities of tho county
and they will bo In a sonso guests or GOG Locust St.
North Platto. While tho fair is be
ing run largely by tho farmers and In
tho Intorost of tho farmers, thcro Is
no point at which tho interest of tho
farmers doos no concorn tho people
of tho towns. North Platto' people
should put aside their ordinary
labors and meet their friends at tho
fair as oftdn during tho four days
as posslblo. Pcoplo from out ot
North Platto should consider. thlB nu
their fair and strlvo to make it the
best ono over held In tho county. It
is not North Platto's fair but Lin
coln County's fair and as such
Bhould recolvo tho united support ot
tho whole pcoplo.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
There has boon somo complaint
this weok and last about young boys
being in tho pool halls of this city.
Somo of tho school kids who earnod
money during tho summer, think
they must spend it at onco and so
arc playing pool and similar games.
Tho pcoplo of North Platte llconse
ppol.halls as-a sort of club for the
men. of this cominunlty men who
are only employed a, part ot tho dajj
and, do not have homos of their own
in .which to Bpond their lojsuro hours.
Thq .pool hall owners know tho. law
and. Jf they are wlao they wjll takoi
extra pains to soo that minors are i
kept out. Tho ago Is olghtoen. Any
father or mother can take up tho
matter with tho authorities ana
have action brought that will Btop
the trouble. Pool halls aro licensed
by. tho city council and licenses aro
only given to men who aro thought
to bo responsible. It it Is round
the,tiO. mon nro not able to control
the. situation, tho licenses can bo
withdrawn as was done in pno In
stance within the past year. If u
is. just carelessness on tho part ot
thp men in charge ot tho pool halls
It ,can be corrected by a llttlo moro
Vlllgonco. Thoro Is said to bo a
need for tho pool hall horo until
something hotter Is provided, but
North Platto pooplo will never toler
ate tho open pool hall for youn
;Kennoth Wholan loft Wednesday
for Lincoln where ho will attend
school this fall.
Meet us tomorrow evening be
tween 7:30 and 10:30 P. M. Just ono
half block north ot tho post office
and look us over. Tho public is in.
vltcd. Tho II. & S. Agoncy.
Clinton's for Eyo Glasses,
i'lano tuning, Holloy Music House.
Meet your friends at Dancoland,
ovory Saturday nlto.
Sco Whlttakor for smart $5.00 hats.
Under Gen'l Hospital.
Roal Estate Mortgages bought and
sold, T. O. Patterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wyman loft
yestorday morning for nastlngs
whoro thoy will spend several days.
Harry Ham returned yosterday
from a month spent In Now Orleans
and other southorn points.
Mr. and Mrs. James G,-Carson re
turned this morning from Denver
whoro thoy spent a week visiting
relatives and friends.
Aro your glasses crookod? If so
atop Into Dixon's Optical Storo and
allow them to adjust trom without
Tho vory latest styles and colors In
Millinery and vory reasonably prlcdd
Also a big assortment ot hats for tho
children.. Beghtol -Mara. ,
Mr. and Mrs. John LeMastor aro
moving from their homo on West 6th
St. to the LpMastors rooms at ,21,5
, Lester Langford returned this
morning from Lincoln whoro; lo
spont tho past week visiting friends
and atondlng tho State Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. MIko McFaddon and
children of Paxton arrived yestor
day ana 'aro visiting at tho John
A Uconso was issued Wednesday
to Cazia L, Nation 22 of Ilorshoy
and Miss Margaret Edget also ot
Horshey. Thoy wore married hy
Mrs, Goo. Glbbs and daughter
Susan will leave to-morrow for York
Nebr., whoro thoy will visit relatives.
Thoy will also spend a few days in
Ira Baro spent several days in
Mason City, Iowa, and Omaha return
ing horo Wednsoday. Ho was a
delegate to tho District Rotary
officer's contorenco which mot at
Mason City, Monday.
i FOR SALEOno largo
1 Cheap. 214 E. 3rd st.
LOST Two rings. One red and ono
whlto ect In women's rest room at
North Platto Depot, Tuesday between
ono and two o'clock p. m. Finder
Bulck ,-car. lcavo tamo at this office and receive
FOR SALE Brass l)cd, cheap, -G08
W. Socond. Phono 12G0J.
FOR SALE Toam and Harno3S.
FOR RENT Ono sleeping room,
409 W. Third.
FOR SALE Approrlmatcly 400 ft.
lYt Inch black pipe. Now condition. 1
Artificial Ice and Cold Storago Co. ,
FOR SALE Pure bred whlto Leghorn
CockerclB. $1.00 each. Inquire
31.5 West 3d, St. Phono 171J.
TO TRADE Have surhurban property
In Holyoke, Colo., 3 blocks to High
School, 2 acres, 7 room houso, 26x3G,
full basement, city water and lights,
16x20 garage. 10x12 chicken, houso,
10x12 cavp, all .now, will -trade for'
North Platto property or will consider
ranch of or sections north ot
town. L. II. Hoffman,
Is there a tense. clramaT of
Ask the "little Lord."
Ask "Grandfather Earl." T
rRANCES HODGSON DUf2NETT3
FOR RENT Nino room houso
".imodorn. Inquire A. O. Kockon,
320 W. Sixth Street.
FOR SALE Now Blrdsoll Alfalfa
, Seod Huller. Wrlto II. A3. Knapp,
This 1b notice to all huntors,that
you aro absolutely forbidden to hunt
on lands owned and operated by mo, '
north 'of tho North Platto river,
I under the penalties of trespass pro. !
vlded by law. 1
, Henry Hanson. I
Wo wish to announce that wo have
' natnlil lain rA n (f Mmmnil lint flAnnvt
ment and will at all times have a nlco
variety to select from. Arvllla Whlt-
Onco moro. Miss Pickford proves
herself thogreatest , of ' all stars,
big, enough to play the JMother's
heart and tiny enough I
tho child in a dual jrole
FJOIi SALE Exceptional flno truck
' body for back ot a Ford roadster.
Four slightly used U. S. tiros. Platte . tnkor' 606 LocU8t St.
FOR SALE English Call Ducks, ?3
;ia pair. Guaranteed to call. Will
Spurrier, ono mile north Nicholas
school houso. '
SALE Three boars, thorough-
Poland-Chinas. 7 months old!
weigh 250 pounds. $30 each- if taken
qUIck, Mac Wostphall, phono 785F2i.
FOR SALE 1920 Ford Couno In cood
condition, fully oqulppod; will trado
i in i tn i at id ii
L. & S
SPECIAL MATINEES SATURDAY 10 and 30c
EVENING 25, 35 AND 55c, INCLUDING TAX
STUDENTS ATTENTION 1
Wo have an auto-point poncll with
black silk cord. Juat what you need
tor BChool at a spoclal price of 85o.
C. S. Clinton & Son. '
THE J. C. P ENNEY CO.
DOUCKT MUSIC STUDIO.
Teacher of Violin and Cornet.
41G Vino Street.
MORE WORK FOR
Soptombor 15th, will seo another
load of work turned over to 'com
It will bo coupon dipping day tor
Third Llborty Loan Bonds and many
ot our depositors will at onco add the
Intorost to their savings account
, Why not start your savings account
thlsl month with your intorost coupons
or n, cash doposlt? Your account is
The Platte Valley State Bank
Has made arrangements with a manufacturer ot Ladies' Fur Coats and Fur Scarfs to
submit sample ol their coats and scarfs to us so that we are able to show you an enor
jjj mous line of styles and materials used in the manufacture of these coats and scarfs.Jty
ifi examining these sample coats and trying them on you will be able to tell exactly how
jf your coat will look when you get it. These samples will he here 1 ;
ffi SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY,. WEDNESDAY
We can not sell these sample, but will take your order for any coat or scarf you se
lect. Terms will be one-third down and balance when coat is delivered, which, if you
desire, can be in a very few days.
Come In, Examine These Coats, Try Them 0n
1, ' " i r
- V. . .
and Then Make Your Selection.
They are absolutely new coats and you can depend upon the styles, workmanship and
the Price, that will Simply Astonish you. Don't let this Rare Opportunity slip by you.
See our east window for display of these coats.
Plan to Attend Our Fair, September 19 to 22. We will look for you there.
371 DEPARTMENT STORES
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