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THM NORTH PLATTE 8HMI-WE1BKLV TRIBUNE -
5 ? Mt . .1.1.' TT'A
J9EmiaafltPKiy VUUUUMt; day, afternoon nnd another Invitation j
- (o attend the Washington Parent-,
WILSON TOUT. Editor and l'sbllnhcr Teacher AsocIatlon tn tho evening.)
jjdHiiieHH engagements prevented ac-
toiSliS?S,dpcSS 11,1,1 th,H wns r0KrettC(i;
. . me more uocauso oi our imthuiuu j
SUllSCItU'TION PRICK: Interest In tho Parent-Teachor movo- j wANTEDTo buy CO or GO turkoys.
One Year, In advance $1.C0 tirnt. If the mothers and fathoiB of i,Cnvu address with Tribune.
OLD TIMERS CLUB
-srv i,0yjj and girls In the schools would
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS-'
Clinton's for Spectacles. .
II. D. Luto of Paxton transacted '
business In the city yetserday. 0ne of the 01d Timers ro are al-
Chas. McClaln of Ilorshey transactel 'wayn glad to hear from Is 'Mrs. Mary
business In tho city yostrday. 1 Worthly. She Is living with her son
Money to loan on farms. See Gene ni 15,1 navor street, roruanu, ure.,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1922
and Rends her best wishes
See Whlttaker for Inexpensive BlftCr,e1"" her nl "hm('''
Frank England Is renewing
Solomon said "A merry heart
docth good like a medicine, but a
broken spirit drleth the bones"
Abraham Lincoln said "I would
save tho Union. I would save It tho
shortest way under the constitution
1 ,..,. mnlln pn.nrmr.it Inn FOIt SALE OllO Section Of land &U,
bolweon the homes and tho schools miles north of town. All under , '.oMor, 500 Locust st.
of North I'latto would Increase and fence. Phono 1140J. ' Good people, good music and a
11,,. i. iwi i ri wmilrf nroflt bv " , good floor make Dancoland overy
the boys nnd glils would prom ,rf)U sALE Purebred Brown Leg- Saturday nlght.
,1, horn cockerels, also a few March I , ,t ' .... , , ,
:o: 1 i.i 1 . .11-1 , nr o.i Mrs. A. II. McMullen left, last
i.LiAvirii.t!iifi(iiiim ivii! batched pulUts. 821 West 8th. , . . '
IJOY IMPIOIISONATHS SCOUIh AM) j , PsenlnK for Perry, Iowa, and Omaha
TItllW TO COLIiKCT POlt SAL&--Washing mnchtrie, droH-.to visit with friends for a fow days.
or, be'1 and springs, chllds bed, sinP
quaintances hero In North Platte
this week. About three years ago
he moved to Edmonds, Washington,
which li only a few miles north or
Scuttle. He says It is a line placo
to live with mild winters and rather
cool sit minors. He was born In Lin-
The sooner tho national authority can u mi(, wa8 colu.cUn(; for the boy
he restored, tno nearer the union MQUta bul R wnH foniul he -Was col
'lectins for himself. In a statement
'There Is ono special time each year
in an element of chance In eacli game when the scout council goes after
but this cannot bo rolled unon. For monoy for scouting work but It does
Inntaneo CnrtlB defeated Cambridge, ot pml hyR
George Ilaue Ion yesterday for ins rnn ,.om.V in tho seventies and
One or tho NoTth Platte scout- ' tol cftrt baw burnw' me " Kearney after visiting with Uvod hero llntll ho left for Edmonds.
masters was stopped on tho streets 1 "f!"r 1275 friends In tho city several flays. 1Ie BllI, ownB pr01)erty here.
the other dny and asked for monoy. WANTED Painting or paperhnndlng' Carl Hackers loft yosterday for poi-mer fronds of Mrs. Margaret
I can do Inside or outside painting, , Keurneywhere ho will spend a few Knnpi, will be glad to learn of her
tinting or furniture finishing. Rca-'days with friends. , as uving !lt jiarrisburg, Oregon. Sho
sonablo prices. Call for Mr. Stov- chas. Justice leaves Monday for writes that she settled In North
Torrlnglon, Wyo. whore lie will spend Platte on May 15, 187G. That makes
the winter, h"r one of the real old timers. She
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones "of Her- If her daughter was living she
will be "the Union as It was."
Ono of tne things which makes foot-. icd yesterday regarding the lnci- on8 at Phono 1153W
ball worth whllo Is the real sport m!IU- ncmu
which Is a part of evory game. There
Then overy three
Cambridge defeated Qothonburg and months ono of tho senior scouts Is . START YOUR OWN. BUSINESS
FOR SALE Two pedigreed AJrdalo
nuns) Vnrv rn.Ktnnnltln If tnlron nt
once. Irving Wright. 203 S. Walnut '"hey spent yesterday in the city visit- would be all right. She has lived
Phono 877W. 'B t -he D. M. Leypoldt home. i" Hnrrisburg during the past eight
e..rs and the Tilbune Is a regular
Gothefiburg defeated Curtis. Which cnt out with tho bills to make Iho
Is the best team? quarterly collections. Anyone soucu-
' I Ing money for the scouts Is an Irapos-1
Tho Hvo Btock Industry In Lincoln ter." '
county will have a chanco to benellt
If It takes advantagb of tho Short
horn sale at Farnuni noxt Thursday.
E. W. Crossgrove and sons aro offer
ing eight high class bulls and twenty-
seven rgws and heifers from their An tho ,ays of this wook havo been
herd. Each is a puro-brod register- ico wnrm Uay8. Today js much cold
Make more money! Good health
food products, spices, flavors, medi
cines, toilet preparations, etc. 140
every day necessities' used by
A 111 colored boy will hand you
a Better Bargain Bundle out of tho
south window Saturday at . E. T.
Tramp & Sons' Ready-to-Wear.
The Dancoland Entertainers
and wlcomo visitor there. "Just
like a letter from home," Mrs. Knapp
let E. R. Goodman tranracted business
millions. Largest company ostab-1 Inst evening for Omaha where they ln Goring Wednesday.
llshod 33 years. Favorably known havo accepted a contract to play at Mrg chrollne IIupfcr ,oft wednes
all over America.. Products sold on the Rome hotel during tho winter. for 0akland Callf whore snc
time lowest wholesale. No ex- Julius Plzer left yesterday for wm 8p3ml the winter.
perienco and practically no capital Hastings where he will visit his son
needed. Wo furnish everything j0o. Boforo returning ho will trans
teach you to inanago your own por- act business In St. Louis.
ed Shorthorn and among tho bcst'cr. Highest temperature yostesrdas
of the class. Tho sale Is to bo put cg, a year ago 30. Lowest last night
on in tho comfortable, heated sale ( no, a year ago 24. Tho forecast for
pavilion In Farnum and Is attracting North Platte and vicinity 1b: Rain
wide attention. Those flno animals mixed with snow tonight, probnbly
should not be allowed to leavo Lin- clearing Saturday morning.
coin county because they arc, needed Saturday.
here to take the placo of some of tho . :o:
scrub stuff that Is still boing boarded Give photographs for Chrlstmasi
hi' our farmers and ranchmen. this year. You will find our special
manont big paying business. $3,000
to $5,000 yearly. Particulars free;
glvo ago, occupation,- references.
W. T. Rawlelgh Co., Dept 44, Freo
Colder ' FOn RENT Furnished rooms,
block south of courthouse. 209 Lo
l cust St.
bffer in this issuo. Brooks Studio.
Ono of the organizations or this v, v. lloagland roiurned this!
city which Is going ahead without morning from Omaha where ho trans-
ru h unusual nolne about its work acted business for tho past fow days.
I.-- 1 he IIl-Y. It Is- composed of
about seventy boys of tho high school
with Rev. N. P. Patterson- as lfeadoiv
It has a noonday luncheon oyory
Wednesday for which each boy pays
2fcc, the lueal being provided by a
committee of the mothers. Some en
tertainment feature Is provided each
week. Last Wednesday Chas. A.
Mussolman of Omaha, slalo secretary
of the Y. M. C. A. was tho guest or
honor and made a brief talk to tho
boys. Other leaders havo spoken at
th meetings from tlmo to tlnio and
earh haw brought a message of up
lift. Tho III-Y Is fun for the boys
and exerts a clean wholesomo effect
on the boy life of this community.
Tho. editor acknowledges a person
al Invitation to nttend tho Lincoln
LIVE STOCK MARKETS
The following' quotations were the
opening markets at South Omaha this
morning bud v. ere received here by ov the coat
telegraph at 10 a. in
All classes cattle generally steady.
Warmed up steers slow. Best corn
feds hero $10.50.
Fairly active. Steady to shado
lower. Bulk, mixed-' and pack'ln'g
grades $7.35 wto $7.S0, . Bulk medium
and light butchers $7.90 to $8.05. Top
Miss Viola Ranch left ljist evening
for Perry, Io.va and Omaha where
she will visit with friends for a few
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Leypoldt left
yosterday for Hershey where they
spend a fow days visiting with
Harry Young leaves the first of
the week for Los Angeles and Long
Beach where) he will spend the
Who will be the one to get the suit
among the Better Bar-
Saturday special, Omaha corn fed
beef roasts 15 cent a pound. Cash
Meat Market, 1. L. Stebblns. Phono
A marriage license was issued yes
terday morning to Lloyd Owen Til
son, 22 of Elwood, Nebr. and Mrs.
Ha May-Ballhelm, 23 of Lexington.
ORDINANCE NO. 158
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
A. SEWER LATERAL DISTRICT
NUMBER 2, TO CONSIST OF BLOCKS
THIRTEEN (13) and TWENTY (20)
OF SOUTH PARK ADDITION TO
THE. CITY OF NORTH PLATTE,
LINCOLN COUNTY, NEBRASKA:
ALSO BEGINNING AT THE MAIN
gain Bundles at E. T. Tramp & Sons' SEWER ON E. STREET WHERE THE
Ready-to-Wear' SAME INTERSECTS THE CENTER
LINE OF THE ALLEY IN BLOCKS
Saturday special, .Omaha corn fed THIRTEEN AND TWENTY OF RESI
beer roasts 15 cent a pound. Cash DENCE PARK SUBDIVISION PRO
r( At.. 1 t. ai,wn Pimno DUCED. THENCE. SOUTH ON THE
TWENTY TO THE SOUTH SIDE OF
UIX)CK TWENTY IN SAID SUB
DIVISION THERE TO TERMINATH.
TO BE CONSTRUCTED OF 10 INCH
SEWER PIPE WITH PROPER FLUSH
TANKS, MAN HOLES "AND PROPER
APPLIANCES AND PROVIDING FOR
AN ESTIMATE OF THE COSTS
THEREOF AND FOR MAKING BIDS
FOR SAID SEWER LATERAL AND
ALSO PROVIDING- FOR A LEVY
AGAINST THE ABUTTING LOTS
ALONG THE LINE OF SAID SEWBR
LATERAL TO PAY THE COST OF
BE IT ORDAINED by tho Mayor nnd
City Council of the City of North
SECTION 1, That a sewer lateral
District "2," bo formed and the samo
is hereby fonriod from blocks thlrtoen
and twenty of the South Park Addition
to tho City of North Platte, Lincoln
SECTION 2. That a sewer lateral
bo constructed of 10 Inch sowor plpd
thru said blocks 13 and 20, South Park
Addition at a proper depth and on a
level reqi'rod by the said sower sys
tem of en i I City beginning at tho
main sewe- 11 "E" street where tho
same Inter;' cts the center lino on tho
Alley In Blocks 13 and 20 of Resldonco
Park Subdivision produced, thonco
south on tho center line of tho alley
in said blocks 13 and 20 to the south
side of block 20, in said subdivision
there to terminate.
SECTION 3. That tho engineer of
s- Id city at onco prepare and file with
the clerk thoreof an estimate of tho
costs of said proposed sower latoral.
, SECTION 4. That after said estimate
Is made and filed as herein provided,
the Clerk of said City shall proceed at
once to advertise. In manner and form
nfi required by law for bids for the
construction of said sower lateral and
1 appliances, reserving to said City the
, right to reject any and all bids thorc-
SECTION 5. If an approved bid bo
mndo for said work that the contract
therefor bo entered into by the Mayor
of said City attested bv the Clerk
with tho necessary provhloim for tho
protection "of, tho intero?' t of s-Md city
nnd upon tho contractor furnishing a
bond in .1 sufficient amount for the
faithful performance of said contract.
SECTION G. To pay tho costs of
1 tho construction of said sower latoral,
i (lush tanks, man-holes and appliances,.
1 a special assessment shall bo levied
1 according to law against the lots abut
iting on the lino of said lateral.
! SECTION 7. This ordinance shall
, take! effect from Tind after its passage,
aporoval and ' publication.
Passed aud approved this 8th day
of November, 1922.
I E. TT. EVANS.
I tfi Mayor.
: O. E. ELDER, City Clerk.
& S. Groceteria.
The Right Auctioneer
Means Dollars to you. My specialty "is
Sec mc or Phono.' I am busy but can book another one.-
. if. BROWNFIELD
Phone 74 Hershey, Neb.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. V. Lundsford were
callcd to Elm Creek by the serious
Illness o't the former's father.
: You will find useful and dainty
gifts In the Whlttaker gift shop
ranging in price from 25c to $10.00
I Edmund Dickey loft Wednesday
I for Fromont, Nebr., where he will
I Islt sovoral days jwith Everet Adams.
R. A. Philips returned yesterday
from Omaha whero ho transacted
business for soveral days.
Ross Stebblns of Los Angeles, Cal.
Is visiting In the city at tho homo
of Jils sister Mrs. John Bonner.
CENTER LINE OF THE ALLEY OF
SAID BLOCKS THIRTEEN AND
Sl'KUlA'L FJ5ATlTRES WRITTEN IN COMIHXATION
WITH STANDARD LIFE POLICIES
Non-Cancellable Accident and
Double Indemnity Provisions.
Disability Income Clause.
Monthly Life Income
Pure and installment Income
Premium Waiver Clause.
Post Mortem Dividends.
Full Participation to all
Insurance that Insures Protection that Protects
Fidelity Reserve Company
Home Office Fourth and Locust Streets.
The unttorslgned will sell at Public Auction at hl,s farm 3 miles
south and ono mile woat of North Platte, an
Wednesday, November 22nd.
Commencing at ono o,'clook
61 Head of Cattle
0 milch cows, somo fresh ln noxt two montlm, nil fresh by Fobruary.
7 big three year old stcors. 12 coming two year old steors. 24 stock
cows. 0 head yearling holfora,
17 Head of Shoats
10 Bhoats weighing about 100 lbs. 7 shoats wolghlng about 50 lbs.
C1IICKKNS 2 dozen Roso-Comb Brown Leghorn, pure brod pullets.
15 Roso-Comb Rhodo Island Red Cockorols, puro brod. 12 bronzo
FARM JIACIUNKHV John Dooro two-row In good shapo. Flying
Dutchman riding cultivator, six shovel. 2 corn stalk drills. Spring
wagon. Broad tire wagon with bod.- Grind stono.
Free Lunch at Noon
TEIUIS $20 and uudor cash, C onths tlmo at 10 por cont intorcst
will bo given on bankable notos.
T. F. ZIMMERMAN, Owner.
North Platte, Neb. j
Tho Nash sport modol In which Mr. nnd Mrs. 1L V. Co.v, oi North Platte, Nebr., traveled !I8S5 miles to
Ann at a cost of $55.70 for gns and oil. Gas at samo places cost them 10 cents n gallon.
If. M. JOIIANSEN, Auctioneer
P. C. 1'IELSTICKER, Clerk.
I ' I II I ! HI II ll'IIPI I I IIIH'HI
Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. Cox, North
atto, Nebr,, today wore delighted
dtorsn Santa Anaso delighted,
., fact, that thoy havo settled there.
'1 ' ey aro friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
li in Getty, of this city.
Tho visitors loft homo In their
Nash sport modol July 20 and wend
ed tholr way to Santa Ana by easy
stages, making tiotours and visiting
many poluts of Intorost on routo.
Cox doclaros that ho Incurred no
oxpeuso on tho trip for ropalrs to his
car. The dlBtanco traveled was 3,885
miles and tho consumption of gaso
line, which, at somo points cost 40,
conts a gallon, was 1G8 gallons. Twou-
ty three quarts of oil wore purchased
at a cost of $9.50.
Cox came over the Lincoln highway
, to Choyenno, Wyo., and went Into the
, Yollowstouo Park.- Coming ovor tho
1 Bluo mouutatns ho found tho road ln
, vory bad condtlon. At ono point on '
I tho mountain road work was In prog-1
j ress ami It was nocessary to cover j
, a distance of flfty-flvo milos at a rnto j
of spoed not In oxcoss of fifteen miles i
( an hour. - Tho .nash negotiated tho
! long grade without sorlous troublo
jand went through on Us own powor
ftjyar a road on which, the day be
i fq.ro, twonty four m.aohlne hud to bo
Cox says It wis a common thing for
him to pass cars on this bad section
of road. Ho assorted that many mo
torists dotourcd 200 miles ln order to
avoid the Bluo mountain grade In Its
Mrs. Cox has been managiug tho
Elk's hotol at North Platto'and Cox
1ms ttaon following his profession,
that of a stationary onglncer.
"f I should buy, another car, It
would bo n Nash," said Cox. "As a hill
climber It Is tho equal of any car on
tho market. My machine now has
been drlvon more than C000 miles, and
I, liave never had n wrench to tho'on
glne or cloan n spark' plug."
That happy time when the
day's lessons and play arc
over but it's too early for bed
this is the hour when you
gather round The Brunswick.
This hour of music is more
than simply amusement it is
invaluable training in the
recognition of true tone, so
important in a child's musical
The jij-unswick Method of
Reproduction is exclusive and
insures' the highest artistic
The Brunswick Method of
Interpretation in the making
of records is also exclusive
and equally advanced. Heaf
a Brunswick Record on a
Brunswick Phonograph the
highest type of phonographic
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