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THE NORTH PUATTE r SEMI-WEEKLY -TRIBUNE
LOCATj AND PERSONAL
Tho Eyb'Qlasa men, CHntoa & Son. j
Ivan Ilart ot I'axton was a busl
nees visftbr hi tho city Saturday.
Mrs. .Taylor of Grand Island is vis
iting this yook at tho Leon homo.
Roal Estate; Mortgagcn bought and
Bold, T. a Patterson. ,
O. L. Basklns left yesterday for
Arthur whoro ho will attend court.
"All Aboard"! Tickets on salo at
tho Rexall Drug Storo.
Miss Gladys Stcgall has resigned
her position at tho Dr. bent office.
Victor, Ylctorolas, Hollcy Musio ',
ii. hj. uroBuy leu yesicruay lor
CBiappcll where ho will transact
J. J. Halllgau loft yesterday for
Chappoll whoro ho will transact
Dr. G. C. WIdncy of Lexington
was a business visitor 'In tho city
Clinton's for Spectacles.
Mrs. Jack Kolso and daughter left
Saturday for Keystone to visit with
Miss Florence Coroy of Topeka,
Kansas is visiting with' frlonds; In;
Goorgo Frater left Saturday for
Omaha to transact business for a
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Coopor aro tho
guests at tho Curtis Ilinman homo
Clarcnco Doozo of Tryon was In
tho city las week to rccolvo modi-,
cal attention, , .
Coma in and boo our now lino of
fancy hair pins and barrettos.
BEEF AND COAL
Jersey Progressive says
government owned rail
roads would bust
PfcDKKAL All) ItOAPS INCREASED
SIX HUNDRED MILES,
IN JULY '
1'IIOMPT ACTION AGAINST HOOi
CHOLERA SAVES HEAVY
Nourly COO miles nearer tho goal
1 - . . . . 4
, ofn completed system or nignwayp
for tho Unltel States Is the report of,
'tho Bureau of Public Roads ot tho
United States Department of Agricul-'f
turo for tho month of July. Tho final
goal, tho construction of a system ot
approximately 180,000 miles of Fed-cral-ald
highway consisting of a net
work of trunk lino and secondary
"roads reaching into practically every
county Is still a long way off, but.
wo aro 5,392 miles nearer than at
the beginning of tho year according
to tho bureau.
Completed Federal-aid roads now
total 18,209 miles with 14,912 miles
i undor construction and approximate
ly CO per cent complete. Including
projects not yet undor construction
Fcdoral-ald roads in all stages now
total 40,338 miles.
. Thero is no indication of any slack
, enlng of tho greatly increased rate
of progress which began with tho
'season of 1921 as tho States con-
Mrmn in tinur lii nlnns for now nro-
Gcorgc L, Record, progressive aud plnco thom un(Jer con.
by U. S. Senator J. S. Prclinghuy- 'function as rapidly ns possible.
sen ot W. J., is auvocating I'cucrni iwoariy iwoivo anu oiiu-iiuil iuuuuh
ownership of railroads as a way to l,0iar8 Was obligated to now pro
curb vicious methods of the beef I . . . .n . ,,v m1 ,n thn
JULIO Ilk J It It U 4 A i u p
week ending August 5 reports wcro
and coal trusts.
C. S. Clinton & Son.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Harold DanlolB loft
yestorday for Sidney whoro thoy will
vlBlt for ft wool:,
MIbb Francos Dolph returned yos
torday from Paxton niter spondin
Sunday with frlonds.
Mrs. Howard Rasor ot Loxlngton
visited with frlonds In tho city for
a fo,w days last weok.
W. II. McDonald loft Sunday for
Omaha whoro ho will attend the Ne
braska Bankers Association.
Miss Marjory Arnold returned -Sunday
from Chicago whoro sho has
been visiting for scmo timo.
Mr. and Mrs. R, 11. Johnson of
Gothenburg spent Sunday In tho city
at tho A. T. Johnson homo.
A. N. Tracowoll of Valentino, Nobr.
came Friday to visit Ills slstor Miss
Goraldino Tracowcll this weok.
Miss Edith Ilowlnnd of Topolm,
Kansas is visiting at tho Jiomo of
her Blstor Mrs, William Stack.
II. Gotly loft yoatorday for Denver
uftor visiting at tho homo of his son'
II. N. Gotty for tho past month.
Mis Anno O'llaro lian roumed hdr
duties at tho Frater DruK ytoro af
ter an absence ot sovoral woaks.
Mrs,. J. A. Ilalston and daughter
Virginia spent tho week ond -"in
BroadWator visiting with rolativos.
Mrs, T. Pushnmn and children ro
turncd to their homo in Arnold Sun
day after visiting rolativos for a fow
Mrs. Omar Huff and daughter loft
Friday for Grand Island to visit ut
tho Jack Horrlgan homo for a fow
Agnos Portorflohl loft lasjt vook
for Horshoy whoro she will spond tho
winter with hor aunt Mrs. E. W.
W. E. Shuman will lcavt mursday
for San Diego whoro ho ,wlll spend
throo wooks with his father Georgo
I recolvod of tho lotting of 08 now pro
jects nnd announcements of G7 to bo
At tho present timo tho forco of
tho bureau is taxed to tho limit with
tho examination of now plans and
nrolocls. inspection of ronu undor
a i ,. ,r i .... costruction nnd tho plr-!iig of the
Senior Class Has IVntcrinolon Feed. Fo(loral.al(1 hlBUway system which is
Thirty members from tho Senior jbcIng ROtton ,nto flnal Bhnpe
llliHb uujuyuu u waiorinoiOH icou
Friday evening in tho hills south of
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Watch for tho first hog to show
signs of cholera, advises tho United
tales Department of Agriculture. If
tho herd is treated1 immediately It is
gonorally posslblo to savo tho herd
with but fow losses. If tho disease
however, is allowed to reach all tho
animals before tho serum preventive
treatment is applied heavy losses
may bo expected. Antlhogcholera
serum Is u preventive and not a euro
for" hog cholera, tho department
Whenever a hog dies of an un
known causo tho owner should watch
his herd closely for at least a week,
and If any more hogs In tho herd be
gin to sho'V signs of sickness a vet
erinarian should be called Immedi
ately, for tho chances are that hog
cholera has reached tho herd and
prompt action in applying the ser
um treatment is the onfy thlhjj thnt
will savo tho well animals. A high
temperature, ranging from 105 to
108 degrees F., In a hog thnt stag
gers when It walks, Is a pretty good
Indication of hog cholera. Such hogs
should bo segregated and not al
lowed to mingle with other hogs or
to wander about, for they will spread
the dlseaso whorover they go, some
times in places where It Js Impossibly
to dlBinfect. Hogs that die on tho
farm should bo buried, or, preferably,
burned, in ordor to provent birds, In
sects, and animals that visit the car
cass from spreading the disease.
Usually tho disease is most preva
lent during tho fall months and loss
es aro Invariably licavy in herds
whore owners neglect to Immunize
their hogs boforo the diseaBo reach
es thom, or fall to call a veterinarian
immediately on Its first appearance.
, AM) PERSONAL.
Mrs. Gporge Granger returned in)
hor homo in GothcnbiiV'g after visit
ing hor sister Mrs. J. Brestel. -
Mrs. W. A. Getty returned to her
homo In Denver yesterday after vis
iting at tho homo of her dauphtor
Mrs. Fred O'Mara.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cotterell ac
companied by Mrs. Mary Cotterell
and daughter Bcssio spent Sunday In
Cozad with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robinson of
Portland, Oregon leave today for
Lincoln. Thoy will also visit their
old homo in Grand Island.
Mr. and Mrs.- W. Tuclo- visited ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dillon of Flats
for several days tlio later part of .
last week. Frank Barr Twho spent ;
tho summer at tho Dillon home re
turned with Mr. and Mrs. Tucker.
J. V. Romlgh reports tho following
sales of Dodgo Brothers cars in the
past week: Lloyd Flte, sedan; W. H. '
Blount, business coupe; Chas.
Roch, roadster; 'John Jobman,
touring and C C. Lyon, touring.
. ANNOUNCEMENT.. ..
We believe second. hand FWdlGarH
will become scarce on account short
age of now cars. W?e have- soverol
bargains in touring, coupes and se
dans. Sco us qujek. , . t
Hondy ' Oit't-r Att'o
NOTICE OF PETITION
Estnto No. 1912 of John Leo Mofan,
deceased in tho County Court ot Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska. To all per
sons Interested in said Estate take
notice that a petition has been filed
for tho appolnthiont of Druslo L. Mor
an as Administratrix of Said estate,
which has been sot for hearing here
In on Oct. 17, 1922, at 10 o'clooic a.
Dated Sept. 22, 1922.
Wm. H. C. Woodhurs't,
Wo havo an auto-polnt pencil with
black silk cord. Just what you need
for school at a spec! i prlco ot 85c.
C. S. Clinton & Son.
Notice Is heroby given that the I
Entertain In Honor of Friends. Mayor and City Council of tho city of t
Louise Spurrier assisted by Doro- North piauc, Nebr., will receive bids '
thy Lo Droyt entertained 40 of their for furnishing all material and con-j
frlonds nt a party Saturday orilng structing 1445 feet of ten Inch sewer
at tno Spurrier homo. 13 ovenmg i complete w 1th ono manhole, according
was spent in playing games after to plans and' specifications adopted!
which a delicious supper was served. ' and on file with tfie city clerk of snld I
Bids must bo on filo with tho City !
Winter apples at GOc per bushel.
Pick thom yourself. Also fresh cider.
Como on Sunday. Georgo Stowart, 0
miles northwest of North Platte on
tho old Dllllon Ranch.
Prominent. Niir.so Marries.
TVrlimiln nf TUIuu Rim Mnvnliln HI1
bo. interested In hearing of hor mar- Vm 0ro blro 'ght O'clf0f R
riago to A. N. Scales of Iowa -Clty' October s 19 2, Thoy must be on
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must bo accompanied ,by a certified
Mr. and Mrs. .Tcsso Throp of Port
land, Indiana (aro visiting this week I
at tho Mary Baker homo..
Tho marriogo took place last weok
in Omaha. Mrs. Scales was tho head
nui'Bo in tho Momorinl hospital.
North Plalto Doctor Mnrrics.
Tho many frlonds of Dr. E. C.
Lynch will bo Intoreatort m his mar-
chbek payablo to tho CUy Treasure!
for an amount canal, to threo per
cont of tho bid mado. Estimated' con
of tho bowcV is $1490.00.
Tho mnyor and Council reserve tho
rlngo to MIbb Winnona Inglo of , right to reject any or ill bids. By
Lincoln, Nebraska. Tho wedding was , order- of tho City Council of North
.porformtMl a wook ago at Grand j Platto, Nobr., Sept. 19th, 1922;
Island, Nebraska. Mrs. Lynch Is a, II EVANS,
rogiBtored nurso nt Valentino, Dr. Mayor.
Lynch roebntly enmo to this city! 9. E. ELDER,
from Chicago. ;Clork. . (Soal.)
, I have openod a grocory on East
. Gth and Cottonwood; and am) now
jToady to sorvo you and your patron
ago will bo appreciated. Phono
334' W. I dollvor.
j Nowsomo's Cash Grocory.
Mrs. Maudo Ilybergor spont a fow
days in Gaiidy last weok visiting
'frlonds. Mrs. Hybergor was former
ly a teacher In tho Gandy schools.
L. & S. Groceteria.
There will be 100 baskets of
Peaches sold -from the Cohagen
Storage on the corner oi B
and Chestnut streets,
Wednesday, Sept. 27
100 Bo. Baskets Peaches
All Good. None Delivered.
Fiil Come First Served. Tomorrow
After 9:00 O'clock.
The tomporaturo Saturday nvorag
ed 91, turning slightly cooior in tho
ovonlng. Sunday wns also a nico day
but wan not aa warm as Saturday.
Monday avoraged tho same as Sun
day. It will bo fair tonight and Wed
nesday, not much chnngo in tom
poraturo. Tho hlghost yesterday was
78 nnd a year ago 75.
Associate Justice Of
From Sixth Supremo Court
"A 3mt Judge"
Cattle 640 Cattle
North Platte Union Stock Yards
MONDAY, OCT. 2nd.
Sell in car lots. Most of these cattle sell freight
paid to river on Union Pacific. Feed and transit on
any branch of main line. This billing is good for 12
months. In this sale we have several carloads of
Wyoming Hereford calves, steers and heifers. Just
as they run. Stock and feeding stears of all weights
and ages. Stock cows and feeding cows. One load
of Black Angus cows. They are extra good.
Come and see ns any time, we always
have caltle to sell.
Let us sell your cattle for you next Monday. We
can get you the reeil money for them here. Right
here in your home town North Platte.
RAUCH LIVE STOCK CO.
150 head of Native Grade Hereford Stock Cows for
sale that are young and the real kind.
Finest Wool Blankets
A beautiful line ofv handsome colorings to choose from, in these
heavy, warm, wool blankets. These are the Marshall
Field line of blankets and. have been hand
led in North Plattee lor years.
ALL ARE EXTRA LARGE SIZE:
All wool blankets, size
70 by 80, price per
Comfort blankets, wool
finish, size 66 by 80,
Cotton blankets, heavy
weight, size 70 by 80,
price per pair
Also a big line ol nice new Comforts and Quilts, at priccb to
suit you, From $3.00 to JH.75 each. . '
I W. R. MALONEY CO
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