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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
DR. 0. II. CRKSSLKK
GRAM All. UK NT I ST
Office over tlio McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Koitli House of .Maxwell
shopped in th city yostorday.
ABic WnltlaKor for CJiriBtmaB
Danccland greets you evory SaturJ
II. B. U.terback of Staploton was
a businoss visitor In the city yostor-
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Kay of Woll
fleet wore business visitors in tho
0. L. Haslclns returned yostorday
from Omaha where hb lias boon trans
Lots of fun all day Saturday In tho
south window at E. T. Tramp & Sons
See tho Volland Christmas cards
now on display in tho Whittakor Gift
Mrs. .loo Quinn returned tlio first of
tho wook from Choyonno after visit
ing hor mother Mrs. Dan Murphy.
. y,h iioinor or i-axton is visit-
Ing In the city with friends for several
a7' . .
i. i. .lorso oi uoiorauo springs,
representing tho Yeoman transacted
business in tho city Wodnosday.
Mr. William globoid and daugh
ter left the Platto Valley hospital
Sam Souder returned the first or
tho week from Marysvlllo, Missouri,
-where ho spent several days.
Chas. A. Mussolmon, Stato Secre
tary for tho Y. M. C. A. transacted
business in tho city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMlchaol
returned Wednesday from Dcnvor
whero they visited several days with
Mrs. Margaret Taylor.
Miss Zeda Donegon, who is traveling
for tho Junior Chautauqua is visiting
in tho city with hor paronts Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Dnnnornn.
Miss Alburta Citllendar who is '
teaching bcIiooI at Sarbon is oxpect
cd; home thin evening to visit her
parents Mr. and Mrs. I). O. Callondar.
Miss Anna Houso returned to her
homo in Bridgeport Wednesday after
visiting in tho city at tho home .of
lior slBtor Mm. S. E. Hupfer.
ihty nlv nl M.n n A c-r,, I
home. ' "-ist S&j,' ,vi m .
There Is a dresB too among tho
Better Bargain IluntUfjq Saturday.
Twenly-flvo cents a bundle- E. T.
Tramp $ Sons' 'Koady-to-Woar.
Itawir bliulcN Hlfalpcncd, ono cent
cadi. Prlco Is same for slnglo or
double tnlgc AU work Ruamntcod
" Ktonos Drug Store.
Wo aro reducing tho price on aomo
ot our Pacific packages botweon now
and Christmas. Arvllla Whittakor,
60 G Locust St. !
Miss Marguerite Itoddy has re-,
Biimod her duties at tho Beolor,
Crosby and Buskins law offices after
a, two wcoks vacation spent in Cal-!
Tho price of a dozen photograph!
will solvo fourteen perplexing gift!
problems this Christmas. Look for our j
spoclal offer in this issue. Brooks
Mrs. M. M. Court roturnod to hor
home In Denvor this morning aftor'
visiting in the city at tho liomos ofi
hor daughters Mrs. J. F. Jomscn and
Mm. N. Moyor.
Mr. and Mra. Lylo Ludwlg loft thia ,
morning for Omaha whoro thoy will j
Bpond tho wintor. Mr. Ludwlg will i
play with tho Dancoland Entortainors
at the Borne hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Hudson loft i
yesterday for thoir homo in Ogallala. I
Mr. Hudson has boon rccolvlng treat- I
mont in tho Platto Valloy hospital 1
for tbo'past three .weoks.
V V w Vi V
for the Fire Department
the House and Household
u too cheap to go unprotected
THE H. & S. AGENCY I
Entertains n(. Hoilcs (if Parties.
Mrs. 15 ..V. OKior ont.-rtained Wed
nesday and Thursday afternoon al
JWr homo at IlrldKo parties.
Hnlertnlns nt Jlrlrfgo
r. l- woian oMortainod at a
' lirtrlrrn nnrl v nt lit It. . rr.. ...
brldgo party at hor homo Tuesday
iiuitiiiuuu hi n '
n'.,,L C"vcrs wor 'or t-vonty-
. J'V- T awnrtled to
I Mlfj( IOLsio iWaltomatJi and second
prIzo to mb vo,ot M(ul(ox
SojiiioiuoreH to ICntcHjiIn.
Tho mombers of tho sonhomoro
I class will entertain tho visiting foot
"u uio memuors or tno
high school at a party this evening
at the auditorium.
ball loam and tho members of tho
Parent Teacher -Heeling.
Tho Parent-Teachors association oft'o surrender' of our bodies to tho
tho Washington school mot Wednesday service of God, urging Christiana to bo
evening nt 8 o'clock at the school willing to go anywhoro 1n His service
TTrt "P,nd,d V?rY T.r9 rCnd" '1t wSTSmlly night and
1 her nrlon r Mr- Pko ftom the Lt "As
JjTJri?" - -d my house, we will servo
...u. VUV ABA II1U U1Q"
nit aarttfl A tltn iH .n ii.. -
rofroshonts woro served.
Catholic Girls Entertain.
Tho moinborB of tll0 Cathollc
cIllb woro ontorlalM(1 Wednesday
evening at tho John Hlldorbrandt
u.viniiK ui. wu juiiii unuororanat .
homo. Mrs. Hlldorbrandt was assist- 0,1 tho BUDJct. "Tlio Church as tho
ed In entertaining by Misses Ethel I Rody of clirlst-" This- was an ex
Kry, Anna Hayes and Margaret Pob- ' cont,0aly strong messago which
tel. The evening was spent in play- C10a"y anu torceably Drought
ing flvo'hundred. Kirst honors wero 01lt 11,0 "duties and posslbllltios or
won by Miss Evnngallno Herrod and,'1 1,fe dedicated to Christ and also
second by Miss Minerva McWIlHams. i Pointed out the weaknoss of church
two course lunch was '
Caiiipilre JleeUng Held Wednesday.
Miss Bonnio Murdock entertained ,'
tho NIcafigeo Campflro Wodnosday
evening. Mrs. Thoo. Imwo ontortainod ;
tho girls by tolling of her homo in
Norway. Sho also brought many
bcnutlful plyturcs. of lior home
Norway. Among these pictures was
, h 0'"" M",u M,c' i",HH"
od on the way homo Mrs. Lowe
"'"u " m,mu UM1 Iuvor Given to
hoi" liv Iinr nnnln wui-.il ,,f ti,,.
, " .. . .... CIIbnu
, iiiuu-a num uvcr hix uunured years
old. She said that things woro higher
in Norway than in America but' in
England they were comparatively
WoninH'N Club. ; )
Tho general meeting . of the Wo
" Buy0 u vury OXCOllOni
oi mo convention. The club council or uio city or North Platte,
gnvo a rising voto of thanks to the Nbraska will 'sot as a board of
Clmmbor of Commerce which so jren- Kl112'011 o equalizo tho cost of
orouslv donate nn i,.iM i , i, construction of sewer against abutting
Wnti donated hundred dollars property owners in Sewer District
Ypwar(l tlio convontlon axpon.soS nlso Number ono of sold cjty on tho 21st.
a rising voto of thanks to I?. L. Moon- "lliy N'ovember, 1922.
oy who the ladles dlscovoreil pro- nrlAny P"on 'jav,,nff oJJectonB to said
,. 41 , , . ., 1 , equalization of tho cost ofxconstruc
sentod tho floral key to tho city as a tlon of sewer in said district will ap
porsonal gift.. Miss Whcoler gave an pear and file same on said date,
oxoollont paper on "Better Books."' Witnos my hand and seal this 10th
An instrumental solo was rendered' by ,lliy of NoVr0Vn i. n, ,
Mrs. Shawgo, Wso a saxapho.ie duet ' (Soal) R ' ELDBR CHy Clcrk:
AT THE SUN
A thrilling, fighting
South Sea rotnanoe that
grips you every second.
John Bowers and Rich
ard Dix in brilliant
From the senationnl story
Directed by Philip Rosen
THE UNION REVIVAL
NOTHS 'OS TI1H I'ltOCJUHSS AND
INCIDENTS OK Til 1-3
IJucli day a mi in bur of ton o'clock
prayor meetings aro hold In differ
out imrts of tho city. Tho ntton-i
(lRllc8 ,m l,,or0 t,mn doubled during !
Toh, ,u Mr p wm dlBcuas m
i . , . .
why wo cannot have a revival
in North Platto under existing con-
dtlions. Ills text will be "Tako ye
away tlio Htone."
.... . . rr ,
n "How I May Know the will of God
( for My Life." In his talk ho cmphasl-
zed bible reading as one essential hi
knowing tho will of God. Ho urged
I tho Lord." A biblo had been prom-
189(1 tho larKCst fam,ly prcsent and
ii was awaruou to i). vv. fliecomuer
and eight children present took tho
Wndllf'Rllnv nll'lit Mr li'rnKop itinlra
On Tuesday night tho
voted to make Thursday night dollar
night. In order to clean up tho ex
pense of the meetings It was decided
for each ono to tako a dollar to tho
mooting and put it into tho collection.
Reports do not show Just how many
who voted on Tuesday night were
present on Thursday evening.
Edmund Dickey left today for
0,aha where ho will visit his sons
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Baldwin lert
this morning for their homo in Sac
ramento, Calif, after visiting in tho
city at tho homo of the formers
brother Steve Baldwin.
Jack. Boal and :Mrs. Earl
NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION '
Notlfin 1h hnrnhv flvnn thnt iUn fllv
by John Fleming Wilson.
Scenero by Albert S. LeVino
: watch your sale date
i Nov. 20, Cattle salo at North Platte
Stock yards. 1000 head or cattl
Hauch Live Stock Co.
I Nor. 22, farm $nlo Uiroe mile south
and one mile west of North Platte. T.
R Zimmor, ownor. II. M. Jolmnsen,
Nov. 23 Salo of registered short
norn cattlo at Elmhurst farms by 13.
W. Crossgrovo & Sons.
Clintons for oyo service'.
It. L. Jones, traveling passenger
agent for tho Missouri Pacific rail
road transacted business in the city i
Mrs. A. W. Mover and children re
i iiiuir uunie in uriuo wou-
turned to their home in Brulo Wed
nesdav after visitinc nt tho hnnio nr
Ml'8- J- H- Watson returned to her,
homo in Norfolk Wodnosdav aftor
spending several days in tho city
visiting at the home of her daughter
Mrs. C. Collingwood.
Tho H. & S. reports tho salo of tho
following property: Tho Herbert
Harn property at 415 South PJntTto
Dr. Geo. B. Dont and the William
Soffkor property on West 2nd street
.to Frank Hill.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Notice is hereby gven that scaled
bids will bo received by tho 'City
Council of the city of North Platto,
Nebraska, on sewer lateral district
No. 2 and Sewer lateral district No. 3,
consisting of blocks 13 and 20 of
South Park Addition to tho City of
North Platto, also beginning at the
main sower on "E" street whero the
same intersects the center line of tho
alley In blocks 13 and 20 of Residence
Park Subdivision produced,, thence
South oil the r.nntnr Utio nf cnlrf nllv
of said blocks 13 and 20 to the south
skio or mock 13 and 20 to tho south
thoro to terminate; and also to con
sist of blocks 1 and 2 of Waltemaths
Addition to tho city of North Platte,
Nebraska, and hlocks 4 and 5 of tho
H. & S. Addition to tho city of North
Platto. Nebraska, eonimnnnlntr nt thn
I main sewer on East "E" street where
ri. ......... ... .
iiiu muuu uuuruuciH in a center uneor
tho alloy in blocks 1 and 2 of Wnlte
math's Subdivision produced, tlionco
south on tho center line of alley in
said blocks 1 and 2 of Waltemath's
aumiivision, also blocks 4 and 5 qf the
II & S addition to the city of North
Plntto, Nebraska, there to terminate.
Said bids will bo received up to and
including tho 21st day of November,
1922 at eight o'clock p. m. of said day.
Plans and specifications may bo had
fro.in the City Engineer of said city
by any ono wishing to bid.
The Mayor and Council reserve thr
night to roject any and all bids.
Witness inv hnml Miia iomi .kv t
O. E. ELDER, City Clerk.
Corner 6th & Locust.
Mrs. Janios McKinn of Gothenburg
shopiiod In the city yesterday.
Photographs are gifts that best express personal
ity, and when you give our photographs you know
the best materials obtainable and the service of ex
perts have been put into them.
Phone for your appointment today. Youhave
nore time and we have, too, than in December.
When a nerve is pressed upon by a vetebr in the
spinal column it is called sublaxtion of the vertebra.
The Chiropractor, by adjusting this subluxated vete
bra, relieves the pressure on the nerve which runs thro
ugh it; by so doihg he gives nature a chance to build
up the alfectcd part of the body.
Life force is nerve energy. Stop the normal flow of
nerve energy and the life force is hindered.
The Chiropractor relieves the pressure on the nerves
-the life iorce flows freely -normally.
Consultation and Analysis Free.
BATCHELDER & BATCHELDER
Over Str Clothing Ho.usc
Office Hours Xorth I'latto, Neb.
0:00 n. m. to 12:00 a. m.
2:00 p. in. (o:U0p. in.
7:00 p. in. to S:00 p. in.
Other Hours by Appointment.
The evenness of performance so often re
marked in Dodge Brothers Motor Cars is
due, inio small part, to the thoroughness
with which each unit is inspected uring
the process of manufacture and assembly.
A trained staff of 800 experts is employed
in this work alone, and approximately 5285
individual inspections are madeoneach car.
So exacting and rigid are the standards ap
plied to these inspections that the slightest
variation either in workmanship or ma
terial is instantly discovered and rejected.
Dodge Brothers are almost over-scrupulous
in their constant aim to make each
car as sound and porfect as is humanly
V. ROM1GII, Dealer
- John Giddcrt of Paxton visited "with
frionds in tho city yscterday.
From now until Dec
5th, we are giving
fourteen pictures- for
the price of a dozen.
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