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THE NQRTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
Semi-JaJeckluSTrtliuitEJ LIVE STOCK MARKETS
WILSON TOUT. Editor and Publisher.
JSntorod at the North Platte, Nebraska (
- l'ostofrico as Second Class Muttor.
Year, In advance .$l.R0
TUESDAY, OCTOHKK 17, 1022.
Tho editor was delighted to ro-
Tlio following quotations ftero thej
jpening markets at South Omaha thlu
morning and woro received here by
telegraph nt 10 a. m.
Hoof steers gonorally atoady. Spots
hlghor on prlnio.grados. Bxtremo ton
$12.C0. Sho stock firm to 15 cents WANTED Girl for gcnoral house
higher. Bulls strong. Voals steady. work, C2L wost 4th. Thono 10G2J.
Stockers and fecdora steady to strong"
FOlt SALE Thorobred Whlto Leg
horn cockrcls. Dan Kunkel.
Medium nnd light weight butchers
LOST Ladles tan kid gauntlets, leave
at this office.
Sons'rSrir te" CCnl8 ,,lBhr' "U,k SVANTED-Experionced farm
sessions of tho dlslr lot teachers to ?JM)0 PackIng C8 f ,, 10 1
association last week. It was a com-; , ,,, . An . 0, ,,y " monU1' "irougii "o winter.
pllmont paid to the press and was
appreciated as such.
North Platte nnd Lincoln county aro
at present moro Interested In Irriga
tion than In any quoetlon before tho
Amoricon people. Wo muBt have Ir
rigation If It can bo secured. It Is but
natural Hint wo should seek holp of
pooplo who arc Interested In Irrigation
conts hlghor, $7.40 to $7.85 paid.
Hox 2C4. Sutherland, Nebr.
rllOjIIMJXT WOMAN' HVVVRXUK RANTED To contract with parties
LKADKK AM) POLITICIAN who will husk 0,000 bushels corn.
IS CO.HINC; Ilox 254. Sutherland, Neb.
Mrs. Antlonetto Funk of Washing- WANTED Experienced girl for gen
ton, D. C. Is booked to speak at North oral houso work. Call Mrs. M. E.
ton, D. C. Is bookedt o Bpeak ot North Scott, 303W.
FOR SALE Potatoes. Let mo fill
your cellar for winter. Phono order
784F5. 50c a bit. A. S. GREGG, Jr.
Platte on Octcbor 25 at 8 o'clock. She
was chairman of tho democratic nat-
and who will make that tho dominant ,onnl committee in 1920 and assisted
lntra ,in comrross. Disregarding m 1U" m Ulc formation of the Pro-
all other reasons that Is enough to J KrtMW,lv party. Thooduro Itoosevolt FOUND G6ld wrist watch, near high
turn our attention to Bob Simmons of jat l,mt t,n, cnllC(1 ,lor ''Tho Little school. Owner soo Cora Walsh, 520
'Sootts Bluff as the propor candidate I Corporal" on ncnouut of her onorgy 13. 4th and identify.
to support for congressman from this1'1 thls worIf- Mrs. Funk is one ot the
riin.-w vfn i.nvn inlko,! with him I moat loyal suportor of Senator F0R SALB 0R RENT A well ar-
and find him tip on his toos on tho sub- j Hitchcock, whom she lias known well ranggod homo, furnished, that can bo
Joct. Ho ha3 a reputation for honesty for mn"' yonra.
Tlio Principals of tho various
and squaro dealing in his homo town
ftw.l xtrt nm tfrttnff if ftniitt llfm in irlvn
Lincoln county his very best efforts BC.U.00.,B of .th.ls c,ty ro o, guests
along tho lino of irrlgatton If ho Is
used by two families Incomo $372
owner leaving city. 108 "W. 2nd St.
sont to congress,
The Trlbuno Is for
North Plntto should havo a Com
munity Club. Tho work being done
by tho Cliambor of Commerce Is good
but it does not cover tho work which
a community club could do nnd it Is
supported entirely by tho business
men whorcas tho work of tho com-
FOIt SALE All modern six room
house, close In, on West 5th. For
quick sale by ownor. Address box
of honor at tho noonday luncheon., of
tho Rotary club yesterday. Super
intendent Braham, aa chairman r
tho program commlttoo introduced , FOR SALE Sandhill potatoes, 50c
mum mm eu.cn rssponuoo. Willi a low
remarks expressing thoir apprecia
tion of tho way tho pooplo of this
city aro backing up tho schools. Thoso
who spoko woro Miss Effio Johnson,
Sonlor high school; Goorgo Moyors,
establishing of tho nbovo describod
road must file same In tlio office of
tho County Clork of Lincoln County,
Nobraska,, on or before 12 o'clock
noon of tho 10th day of November,
1922, or such road will be allowed
, without roforenco thorcto.
Witness my hand atid official seal
this 28th day of September. i922.
A. S. ALLEN,
EXTENSION JtOAl) NO. HO
To Whom It May concern:
A consent petition for the establish
ment of public road as follows:
' Commencing nt tno west lino of
Dawson county, on tho southeast
'corner of section IS and tho norlh-
cast corner of section 24 township
12, north of rango 20, west ot tho
6th P. M. and running wost along said
section lino between sections 24 and
13, sections 14 and 23, all in township
12 rango 2C, west ot tho Cth P. M. and
terminating at tho southeast corner
of section 15 and northeast corner of
section 22 all in township 12 rango
20. Anyono having objections thoroto
or claims for damage by tho reason ot
tho establishing of tho above described
road must illo samo In tho office of tho
C6unty Clork of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, on or before 12 o'clock noon
on tho 10th day of November 1922.
Witness my hand and seal Sep
, tomber 28th 1922.
A. S. ALLEN, County Clork.
DELINQUENT TAX LIST CON
TINUED FROM PAGE 9
(ex R R)
Lots 1, 2, 3 &NW&NW&
Pt Lots 4 to 7 &
Lot i '
Pt SWU No.
Pt SWV4 So
ENW( less R R)
VNW(l0B8 R R)
North of R R
NENWi, ex 1A
SSV &lots 1, 2
Frac N & Lots 3, 4
Lots 1, 2,
Lots 2, 3 & Sy-SWi
6 4. 4 6
por bit. at farm six miles west and
eight miles south of town. Call
Marshall Orton, 782F210.
FOR RENT section 15 miles south
of Moxwell. 70 acres cultivated,
$200 per year. A. Raamusson. C15
AVcat 3rd St. North Platte, Nebr.
Junior high Bchool: Miss Laura
munity club should bo carried in part Murray, Washington building; Mrs.
nt least by tho whole cltlzonry of tho e L. Stephens, Jefferson building; FOR SALE Native red cadar and
town. There has been somo opposl-and Miss McConnoll, Lincoln build- used lumber at old stock yards,
tion to tho chango and It hns.ing. Proceeding tho speakers, Miss North Platte. Seo Gono Crook or
boon droppod from cosldoratlon be- itoxy Erb sang two selections, ac
cause of irrelevant ridicule but tho compnnlcd by Mrs. Goorgo Meyers.
Idea, will not down. It bobs up con- .Q.
tlhually and will do so until tho organ- Mrs. M. L. Lyons of Gothenburg
iu,uu 10 uuwiwi. it huuu nut "" Bhoppcd In tho city Thursday.
called a Community Glui) mit that Is!
G. E. Wright transacted business
Harold R. Burke, Fli-st National Bank
of North PInttc.
FORvSALE OR TRADE 1G0 A Platte
valley hay land. 1200 A. ranch 9
"miles from North Tlatte. For City
property. M. R. Magnuson. North
FOR SALE Onions. $1.00 por bu.
Will keep through wintor. 8 miles
west of town, ono hnlt nrllo north
of Lincoln highway. Ono halt mllo
from Platto Valloy school houso.
K. Nabeta & Y. Ogato. "
Hi a n rt m ft hv wlifnlt tlin lilon la Irnnwri
It need not interfere with tho work ,R Lox,nBton Wednesday.
bttnff lono by tho Chamber of Com- Frank Barbor transacted business
mtwfco. Tho merchants association ln Lowollon Friday.
shcAild tako caro ot moat ot tho things Mrs. Henry Coker of Suthorland
now taken caro ot by tho Chamber of Hhoppod In tho city Wednesday.
Ccimmorco and that would leave tho AU PnIl ,l8 ftt tQ 1;J
Community Club frco to do tho rost m0C:8
morco and tako u tho now things Ir' and rfl- Norrls McKlnloy of FARM FOR SALE-12 miles from
which tho Chambor is not attempting. t cuy aat- Wnllaco, Nobraska, 560 acrcs-240
acres good smooth land in cultiva
tion, nlfalfa .land. Balance fenced
in pasture. Woll and cistern and
other fair improvommcnts, an ideal
stock farm. Price $20.00 per acre.
Seo or address S. F. Clayton for
torms, 520 W. 2nd SC. North Platte.
Nwy4 19 119.00 ;
SW14 19 94.60 j
SE 19 84.00
NEA ' 20 74.10
SW14 20 98.00
jSEi4 20 98.00
W 21 178.40!
NEii 22 95.20,
NEit 23 78.20 1
SW4 - 23 55.60
SE14 24 59.80 1
NEJ4 26 45.00 !
NW4 , 26 48.10
SEV4 26 57.75 1
W 28 206.50 1
E 29 167.85
NW4 30 126.00 ;
SEft 30 154.00
All 31 363.40 1
V 33 213.S0 1
SE14 33 101.60 1
NE 35 55.60 I
TOWNSHIP 14, RANGE. 34 I
All 1 64.20 !
N&NS 2 62.45
SS 2 17.30!
AU 3 57.95
All 4 57.95'
All 6 57.95 I
Do You '
Want to Save Money?
You can do so by buying an oil burner for your furnace, range
and heating stove. This burner is the best I have seen in 60 years
heating experience. No needle points, ?no drilled. holes to clean out.
It does away with ashos, soot or gas and smoko in your home. Come
and see It.
2 doors north of Postoffice
flic 'Tribune does not attempt to die- , uraay-
tate but It doott call attention to tho Miss Louisa Hansel of Loup City
nwd and suggests that tho mattor bo visiting In the city with Doris
glvon serious consideration. Slovons.
J. G. Beelor loft last ovcnlnc fov
t - -
lit SCHOOL CAD HTM A1U3 OR. , w1m . " ... . " ,
fJAMZKI) WITH INCREASED l J"1 tra"BaCt bUSi-
Mr. and Mrs. B..A. Johnson of
About sovonty boys from tho Son- Gothenburg spent Sunday in tho city
( :ior and Junior high :ichools havo on. at tho A. T. Johnson homo.
listed in tho high school cadet com
pnny which has boon
after a slump which waa thought to
bo tho last gasp of military drill
l)6io. Tho now company is under
tho command ot Butlor MUtonborgor
with (ho following offlcors: Captain,
McKay; First Lieutenant, Wilcox;
EXTENSION ItOAl) NO. 203
Roy Pattorson of Farnam trans
acted business In tho city Friday.
Miss Mario Sr-lint In milnvlnn- n . . . . .
roorcani7od . --o,- ueno urooK transacicu uusiness m
.. .b ... . two weeks vacation from tho IIoll- e.i,ini. r..M
man and Sebastian office 1
, F. E. Whlto of Gothenburg trans-
Mrs I. red Rector loft yesterday actod busmosa n tnQ clt y Frlday.
for Lincoln where sho will attond ,r ,
tho Robekah assembly. You can buy your novr FaU sult
, now at 1-5 to 1-3 off at Blocks Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Hoagland
Rr.nn,,,i i.iinnnni c 0 . nt-. Ift last ovonlnL' for T.tnpnln whom ' "s- rSo oiioup oi ouwiorianu
Soruonnt. Douglass; Quartcunmstor , thoy will attond tho Rcbokah aud-1. 1 JJ18 n busInoS8 vlsItr In tho city on
Sorgoant, Bunnoll; Lino Sergeants, - O. F. assombly. Thursday.
Evans jind Sohlommei'. Drill is hold Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Davis loft yes
ovory dnj' from 3,45 to 4 p. m. with terday for Lincoln whoro thoy will
equipment CurnUhod by tho govorn- attend tho I. O. O. F. and Robokah To Whom It May Conrorn:
nient. assombly. Tho special commissioner appointed
... ,C7 V , . Potor Laraon and fanUly roturucd 10 looai a Puuuc roau aa I0U0WB: I
m.BS uuTo xioi n.i.. or LQinoyno ; Suml Irom Lo cu f t , Commouclng at tho northwest corner
shopped in th, city yoetorday ,fop Myornl dnyH wUh formQ of section 7, township M. range 31.1
thence north on soction lino or ns near j
as practicablo between soction 6, i
township V 13, rango 31, and sectl n
1, township 13, range 32, to the north
woflt oornsr of section 1, townthlp 13,
rango 31, road to bo 66 foot wido, has
roported in favor thereof, nnyonp ,
having ' objections thereto or claims
for damages by tho roason of tho 1
Car) Backers left laat ovonlng for .brother William Larson.
Hastings where he will transact busl- . .
ntss for sovoml days. , NOTICE
Miss Flom Aaderon rgturuad to; Tlio nxt Lincoln county Teacher's
Ybr homy in Qothenburg Saturday 1 examination will bo held in tho us.
utter attending- tho Toachors con. !nl plnooa, Saturday, Ootober 21st.
Mrs. E. G. Woilon left this morn
ing for bgallula whore sh will spond
HevtM'ul days visiting her sister Miss
Mrs. Lister the mother of J, T.
Lletor living north of town died last 1
night. She was 93 years of age. No
funeral arrangements havo been
NOTICE OF PETITION
Estate No. JOlGoTwillliMn 8. Depuy1
ilttcoiiBcd 1n tlio County Court of Lin
i'ilii county, Nobraska.
The State of Nebraska. To all per
sous iuturesU-d in said esrate take no
tice that a petition hu:i buen tiled tor
the cppolutnu'iit of Jennie M. Deptqr
ua Administratrix ot said estate,
vhi'h has bi- u s-ot rr Iiof,Wng herein
on Nov. 7tu, l-2 at 10 o'clock a. 111.
Dated Oct. J 1th, 19H2.
Win. 4 1. C. WOODHURST,
Aileon G. Cochran,
j wiwi iisssBaji.uaii3sgBa wimfti 1 Hi. psiii aagagiiiia
I rearsi rears!
DOfTOET MUSIC STUDIO
Trevlyh E. Doucot
Teacher ot Violin and Cornot
A carload of Kciier P.-ars at 107 W. Sixth
Street at Farmers Produce Company. t
$L9S. per Bushel
D alive red anywhere in town.
Farmers Produce Company.
Entire Stock of
at One-Fifth to One-Third 0tt.
In order to make a quick clearance of every 'Suit in the store,
yo may select any Suit while they last at
The Suits are all the very Newest Fall Models, Plain Tailored,
Dressy Suits, some Fur trimmed, others solf trimmed all shades.
Come and get your Suit now they will oipve last at
these Prices ne.vf)r before 'offered this -early in th$
Ladies" Outfitting Store
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