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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1922)
THE NORTH I'LAITI'IS: y EM M;HHK1TY- TRIBUNE
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tod mum uvcn c uuui JlmMMl
llb.il w ' "win . Fny0 Lloyd hnd family, Mr. and 'Mrs. fodil yards by Rauch Live S
Houston Lloyd hnd famU'yWCecIl '
... . . . , .I.. Saturday. Sont. 23d. Hog
1 1nteresting Information From Over the County Secured , tintcrnin t Hirtiidnj I'nrty
From Our Special Correspondents
" And The Newspapers.
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BRADY VINDICATOR '
Lloyd and Jack KelBO.
Little Lucille Forstedt entertained HI-T Jloys To Ho-organlzo L
iweniy-ono guests Saturday in honor ? The. HM' boys will meet In
Farnum defeated tho Brady team,
lMt Sunday by a scoro of 7" to 1.:
Brady played Staploton on Friday and r,l1lnwl nrinni ,,inmnna r
nt Curtis Sunday. , llvoatock woro mad0 from tho Nol.th at h,s nomo '"t week. The occass- which will bo held overy Wednesday
Ror. A. F. Dickson Is the Methodist 1 1Matto Btati0n of tho Union Pacific dm-' ,0" bo,ng hl8 sovonth birthday. Tho Tomorrow tho Rotarlans will bo the
preacher at Brady and Pleasant Valley i(nir ,,10 wpok on.Une osnr.lnv i afternoon was Bpent In playing of guests. Tho boys will bo addressed
Hershey by George Brownfleld, I D.
of her twelfth birthday at tho home church, paXlorPojt the Presbyterian ' Wednesday, Sept. 27th. Public balo
of her aunt, Mrs. Harry Samuolson, ,burch tomorrow'noon for.ihojr first jof farm stock nnd machinery nt Bird
Dellclous refreshments were served meeting for this school year.' Rev. , wood Station, H. S. Hasklns, owner,
at the close of tho afternoon. ''Patterson of tho Presbyterian church Chas. Olson, Auctioneer.
' -will ,navo charge of those meetings. ,;o: '.
Ilntertnlns on Seventh Birthday All the boys In tho Freshman, Soph- Mr and Mrs- Tom McWllllams of
Melvln Ballar entertained twelve omore, Junior and Senior classes arc Eaton, Colo, nro visiting at tho home
of his playmates at a birthday party invited to attend these mcotlngs, of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Tollllon.
Wlnter apples at 75c per bushel.
! Plck them yburselfi Also fresh rider.
Sale at.c mo on Sunday. George Stowart, 6
by Itauch Llvb Stock co. i m,log nortUwest of North Platte on
i .1.- -1.1 nllllnn T?nllfl
n.r,lAV. Sont. 23d.-H0K Sale at l" ",u l""""
for tho coming year. nov. r. j. Omaha
niiahlan goes to tho Anselmo-Mernn
Tho right-of-way for tho trans
mission lino from Gothenburg to
1 car hogs to
games, alter which a
lunch was sorvod.
two course uy Keith Noville and Mr. Roettger.
'Senior Class Elects Officers
Children's Society Is Organized
An organization meeting of tho
Brady and Maxwoll was secured last
week without any troublo nnd at,, no j
Stinger Bros. 1 car cnttlb to South
coat. Tho line seems assured.
Tho members of the Senior class Children of tho American Rovolu-
held a class meeting last week and tlon waB held Saturday at the homo
tho following officers were elected ot Mrs M- Kelth Neville. Mrs.
Sponsor, Miss Mabel Gibson; Presl- Novillo is organizing regent for the
D. WIsner, 2 cars cattle to South dent, Georgo Dent; Vice-President, Children of the American Rcvolu-,
Omaha. Louis Bretcrnltz; Secretary, Edna tlon- After singing America and
L. C. Blalsl, 2 cars cattlo to South . Barber; Seargant at Arms, Chas. Riving tho Hag salute, tho election !
I. F. Hainore, 1 car hogs to Kan
Roy Hungorford has purchased tho Omaha.
Comstock Service Station on tho Lln- Tottcnhoff Bros. 1 car hogssto
coin Highway. OgJon, Utah.
Tho uniforms for the band arrived. N. E. StroBburg, 7 cars cattle to 1
Thoy aro a dark green trimmed with Osceola,
pshelman and Elmer Pease.
of officers took place. Edna Barber
was elected president; Thelma Starr
secretary; Frances Neville, Treasur
er; Mary Nelson Neville, registrar; ,
Tho Star School dedication will bo
hold on 'Friday, Soptembor 29th, al
though school commenced there Mon
KnfertiiliiH In Honor or Jfelco
Mrs. Harry Dixon entertained Sat-
,nMfH. A flit. - . 1 I
, U1u, ovcuiub hi u xuuuiro puny in vvni,olmlna Zook. historian: Harris
honor of her nleco Miss Helen Burns Rcdfleld, color bearer; Harvey Stob-'
of Denver who Is a guest at tho Djx- bins, door keeper; "Virginia Neville,
on home. There wero seven young wa8 elected pinner for this meeting.
ladles present. After attending the On every officer she Dinned a rosette I
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Piano tuning, Holley Music Houso.
10 Eyo-Glnss men, Clinton & Son. lheatre dellcipus rcfrcshmcnts wero Q whUe and blue Md on tn0
members a bow of the same colors.
Alter the meeting delicious refresh- I
Miss Myra White of Sutherland I servcrl at th9 Dlxon home
Shirley Hogg Is president of the BnPPed ,n tho city yesterday. .
sohlor class in tho high school, Oscar Always wolcomo at Dancclnnd ovory
Ecklund, vico-prcsldont, Ralph Davis, 1 Saturday nlto.
secretary-treasurer. Albert Cattorson of Arnold was a
A meeting to discuss n now brldgo ' business visitor In tho city Thursday,
over tho North Pl Uto was hold fcotur-' Miss Margaret Cummlngs of Grand
day evening and a commlttco consist- island has taken a position a4' Dr.
Ing of Goo. Mudd, Robort Hontson, D. Brocks office
H. Martin, John Boylo. F. P. Dicker- M. . ' . irnwnrthv ,-
An n m 1 T. Til n rvct tna AtitinlnAil 4 1
. ... Mw..v.n hi.""., tho last of tho week for Omaha whoro Domestic Science Department of. the
num... u, ,M..,U U1....,u... Bh(J w,n aUond Ac.Sar.Boni
Mrs. J. L. Kolso who spent tho
summer In Denver roturned home
Ifomn Dftimrtninnt l'roifpnm Tnilnr
The Homo Ecomomics department n,onts wcrG Bwrved by tho llostess-
of tho Woman's club will meet this ' :
afternoon with Mrs. Drummy ati
loader. The following topics will bo XTKT A rV XT
dlscusHed: "House and Home Mana-.
gemcnt, Systematized House Work,,
Arrangements that save Stops, Homo
Entertainment, Demonstration by Cast Iron -is worth most. Also Copper
Birthday Pari y ' I am paying from 7 to 10c a
Sutherland 17 to Tryon C was tho Sunday,
yficoro of tho game played at Tryon
There will bo no lecturo course In Wednesday.
Sutherland but a homo talent course
Is proposed with tho good speakers
nnd musicians ot Sutherland furnish
ing tho entertainment.
A birthday surprise party was given
in, honor of J. T. Lloyd who celebrated
Mrs. Herbert Klldaro of Paxton.hjs 74th birthday, at tho'home of his
was a business visitor in tho city ' daughter Cecelia of Stockton. Calif.
BENTON AND CLARK
Tho Fashion Plate Pair. Singing, dancing and talking. Several
pretty changes of wardrobes are made during the act. This act is
The girl with the quick vfeet. Her classical and eccentric dancing
is clever nent and full ofpep. Sho is sure to please all.
BROWN AND WHEELER
In fresh paint, stands for newness, freshness and cleanliness with
a touch. of song, comedy and dance.
SMITH AND JORDON -.., ,
In a fast and furious comedy Acrobatic act with Tony Smith of,
the famous trolley car trio, remembered by many as tho tramp Dago
and tho Monkey. This act is' a riot.
Also a good five reel feature picture will be shown.
John Anderson of Gothenburg was gffiffiffiffilfiffilfiffiififfiffiffiKffiffiffiffiffiffi
a business visitor
tho city last jLj
James Sl.ohn captured nine prizes Gothonburg woro DUfllnesa y,sltors m
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dalton of LK
"with his Horoford cattlo'ot tho-KoltlH
- County Fnlr. Ho will tako them to
tho i Lincoln county fair nt' North
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cokor entertained '
forty guosts nt a dancing parly Frldnj
in honor of tho sixteenth birthday of
' tholr daughters, Marjorlo. Tho out
1 of town guests present woro Lloyd
, Ilayncs and Rudolph Lundlno of, Brady
and Mnurlno Vatos, Hazel Purdy,
Alleon Davis, Morlo Ross and Howard ,
Purdy of North Platto. v
Ladles Coats from, $10 to $1715 at
tho city last wools,. I
Mrs. Will Stuart returned tho last j
ol tho wogJc trom Kearney whoro
BhU yjsllcfl, Jvlth rolativos for a fowl
The House of Fashionable gMillineYy
Wilcox Department Storo,
Mrs. Irono Roborta of Paxton
ehopped In tho city last wcok.
The H. S. Agency reports tho sale
of the following properties and tholr j
rospfctlvo locations for tho week 1
ondln'g SopU 1, 1022: '
UoBldonco property 1118 W. 4th St.;
to J. H. Smith. i
614 E. 11th St. to Emma Lawrence
A choice residence lot on East 4th
St.to Dr. C. A. Solby
Four resldonco lots In Bollovuo Addl-;
tlon to Horbort Anion.
Two lots In Taylor's Addition to rt!
Make Dancolnnd your amusement nnw -f!
hnll. Undor mnnugomont or Amorlcan Ono reBidonco lot -in Taylor's Addi- Ml
Legion Orchostra. tlon to Zotta Strlcklcr. ,' , tBl
Mrs. Harry Brodbcck and daughter ono reBidonco lot in Grncelnnd Addl- Jfi
Gono aro visiting In Omaha this tlon to John O. Andorson. Lgj
week. . Throo lots in Taylor's Addition to jjj
Mrs. Llbby Murrln is enjoying a James G. Flotchor. irj
two wookb vacation iroin uaricniow iuv n. v w.
Bros, news stand. H. VanDoran.
io, us. pat, vrr,
HATS FOR"YOUrIG MEN
THERE'S lota of scr
vico left in many n dis
carded felt lint that a man
won't wear because it's out
of ekapc. If you want
"rruality without cxtraVa
ganco" in a emortliat that
stays smart, ask ua for n
Berg Sta-Shapo Hat
BBO.ii. 4. r at. opr.
cTomorrotw! Specially Prepared Millinery Event
That Will Create a Sensation!
That Are Wonderful Values! Choice-
ONE of those unusual
value giving occasions
that are making our hat
department the busiest in
town I This, group was
specially purchased from
one of the greatest houses
in New York, and com
prises every new and wanted
style, material, trimming,
and color. We suggest early
Poppy Red '
Large Drooping Hats
Off the Face Hats
Large Dress Hats
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