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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1922)
TUESDAY ad FHIDAY
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, NOVEMBER 21, 1922.
DEAL IS COMPLETED
LOCAL MUSEUM OPENS THIS
WUHIC AT THE PUBLIC
wooiiwoiirir storks secure
LONG-TIME LEASE TO
. soiuo ROOM
The Daughters of- the Amerloan
Uovolution havo been greatly assist
ed in starting a museum in the base
ment of tho Library building by
j generous donations of W. G. Illtnor.
!Mr. miner gave Indian rollcs procur
ed by him 911 tho grounds of tho
'massacre of Gen. Custer. Beautiful
Ghlneso panels and crockery were
It Is stated on good authority that "a,so elvcn b' Mrs- Randall Itltner.
the Woolworth Co. signed along tinta T1?cse Chinese articles were procured
contract for a store, building, on Mrs- Rltner when she toured
Dewey street Saturday. Mr. Alien, China. A large silver tray from
tho representative of jho F. W. Wool- wh,ch Mrs- 1Utnor scrvcd lunches to
worth Co. has been 'in Pie city for Abraham Lln'coln during his admln
soveral days attending to tho details Oration was given to tho museum,
of tho lease. Tho Woolworth Co. is SonTO novel works of art made by
the largest system of' 5c-10c stores Mr Illtnor, a Swiss music box and
in the world and representatives man' othci' articles complete the col
have been m North Platto at various ! lection. Anyone wishing; ,to enjoy
times during the paBt year looking tnem wiU be mado welcome by tho
over tho available locations. ThojD- A- II- committee, for the. present
new concern Is said to have leased a Tuesday and Friday afternoons or
now btiilding to be erected on Dowjoy !oaoh week- Mr mtnors kindness In
street where Itush Mercantile and bestowing these valuable articles up
thoRed Man stores are now located. on tIltJ museum and making it possi
One report says tho Waltemaths are ' bl t0 establish a musoum In our
to biklda two-story brick building midst is greatly .appreciated. Any
on the corner to include the rooms one wishing to leud or donate an
named above and the jHirschfold store ! article for Its use will confer a favor
The new building is to "have only two'"P" tho D- A. R.
large ground floor rooms, one of :o:
which the Hirschfelds have leased Clinton's for Spectacles,
and the other goes to Woolworth. W. S. "Burnslde of Staploton was a
Work will begin early, in tho spring business visitor in the, city yesterday,
if arrangements can be satisfactorily Chas. Dafler of Paxioniwas a busi
completed by that time. It is re- ness visitor in the city yesterday,
ported that the Woolworths will oc- MrBi w. E. Howard of Wellfleet
cupy tho whole of their part of the shopped In tho city Monday.
building and it is not known If tho
Hirschfelds' will use tho upstairs or
sublet it. The buildinir nlans " are
not authentic but are reports picked nad al)0Ut tho frce Prlzes b
up from those interested. Tho Wool-, "lerchants of North Platto in. this
worth lease is said to have been con-(PPr and start rlsht now.
stimulated and the agent to have left Miss Clara Sorensen . left Thurs
wlth it in his possession. Thi3 is j day for Omaha where she will visit
tout the beginning of the nc"y build- at the Homer Peterson home.
Ing plans which are almost certain to c w Edwards leaves the first of
be worked out during the next few j lho week for Hastings whore .he will
months. f attend a Hardware convention.
Mr. and..Mrs,j.ChasYallaceoff Mr. arid Mrs; F. B. Breternltz and
Wallace visited in " the - city with f children spent the week end in Den
f rle"nds yesterday. ! ve" visiting at the H. A. Davis home.
Mrs. Henry Geise of Keystone left' M. James Rannie leaves tho first
the Memorial hospital yesterday I tho week for points in California
after receiving treatment for several where she will spent tho winter.
weeks., ; Mrs. J. F. Schwaiger and daughter
The remains of the late Mrs. Isa-'rie -pent the week end In Denver
bclla Root of Minneapolis, Kansas
were brought to. the city for burial.
The funeral was held yesterday at
MOTHERS PLAN FOOT"! ALL IItf-l0,),) I'KLLOWH BUILDING SAVED
NHIt FOR MEMBERS OF FROM THREATENED DUS-
LOCAL SQUAD TRUOTION BY FIRE
A meeting wns held yestorday after
noon at which twelve of tho mothors
, of football hoys woro present and at
FHUUtKS OA COUNTY OFFICIALS ,whlch 11 wn dccldod to gtvo a banquet
on uocombor 8th, tho noxt Friday nft-
FUOM FINAL COUNT BY
The vote on County Clerk In
coin county Is given below by
cincts and city wards.
It shows Mr.
Allen as winning in eight voting pre
cincts, Mr. Lowe in forty and a tlo in
or Thanksgiving week. Tho place
has not boon settled. This is an annual
custom and tho plans call for a din
ner tho oquul of any former occasions
of this character.
Mrs. 13. R, Goodnlan and Mrs.
Elizabeth Bratt left yesterday for
Donver whore they 'will visit Tor a
one. The smallest return was five
votes cast for Mr. Lowe in Sprlngdalc Mra Jnc'c Kelso has taken a posl
precinct. The largest was U59 In-the 4,0,1 t tho Bratt, Goodman & Buck
third ward of North Platte. Here is l-y oft,co during the absenco of Nova
M. E. Crosby spent last week in
Lincoln transacting business.
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Jesse Edw.ards leaves the ilrst of
2 o'clock from the Maloney chapel the week for Hastings whero he will
with Rev. Moore of the" Episcopal
church officiating. Burial was made
in the local cemetery beside her husband.
attend a Hardware convention, tie
will also visit his daughter Frances
who Is attending tho Hastings college.
Christian Science Society of North Platte, Ncbn,
Announces n Free Lecture on
' PAUL STARK SEELEY, C. S. B.
of Portland, Oregon
Member of-tho Board ot Lectureship of The Mother Church, Tho
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston Mass.
THE ODD FELLOWS HALL
Tuesday Evening, November 21, at 8:15.
The Public Is Welcome.
First Ward 199
Second Ward 1 ICS
Third Ward L 205
Fourth Ward 85
Mail Voto 23
(East Ilinman 39
I Table .15
I North Rosedalo 1 14
'Box Elder 3
! Buchanan 29 v
Cox , 16
'Deer Creek 31
Dickens . 42
, Fairviov ' 32
Fox Creek 25
j Garfield : -- 17
'Gaslin ' 25 '
I Kern 17
iRosedale 1 10
Miller 1- 6
Sutherland --2 30
; 'Myrtle .
No well 2 b
Osgood ' 25
Peckman r 36
I Plant -.17
' Jeffrey - 1
Sellors .- 10
i Somerset 20
t Sunshlnoj ,. 34
j Vroraan ; 17
j Walker 40
.Well ' 14
Willow : 24
Miss Elsie Howes returned Sunday
from Rochester, Minn., whero sho
has been receiving treatment at tho
Mayo Bros, clinic.
Mrs. Ralph Clabaugh and daugh
ter returned to Omaha yesterday
after visiting in tho city at the J. F.
Miss Volara Gartnoi- rntnrnl In
,420 ;her homo 'in Burchard, Nobr., Saturday
auor visuinc; wmi nor Blstor Mrs. T.
Mrs. Henry Sudman and daughter
Minnio returned to their homo Jn
Paxton Saturday after visiting in tho
city with friondB. -
The Odd Follows building at tho
j corner or Dewey and Fifth streets
was considerably damaged by ilro
!late Saturday afternoon when llames
ff unknown origin woro discovered
In one of the Trunt rooms. Tho room
wns occupied by Dr. Wurtello ns a
I work room and no one was present
jwhon tho flri' started. No Insuranco
was carried tfy tho tenant but tho
building was amply covered. By
jslandeYs say that but for the prompt
, response of tho department tho wholo
building might havo been destroyed.
When tho chemical hos did not
'make any headway tho water was
turned on and tho llro quickly put
lout. Tho daftiagc outside of tho ono
room was entirely by smoke and
.water. Tho Platto Valley bank
room was flooded and considerable
damage .sustained. All records were
promptly removed before damaged.
Dr. Wurtello lost his collego diplo
mas and other professional property
soiuo of which cannot be duplicated.
;The total loos, according.to one prom
1 inent Insuranco man was probably
i YKOMHN HOME COMMITTEE IS
1 WELL RUCKIVEI) BY 9
NO FAKE ADVERTISING
IN MERCHANT'S OFFER
CASH PRIZES TO UK AWARDED
IN NAME-FINDING, CASH
Wo wish to thank the merchants
of North Platto, who during tho past
week havo shown us tho courtesy of
an Interview, enabling us to present
our advertising proposition. Wo find
hero, merchants deserving much
credit, this In a great measure and
willingness to entertain strangors
and feel that this In a great measure
is responsible for the patronage and
confidence they are receiving from
their customers, and the co-optratlvo
spirit for tho advancement of tho city
of North Platto. Wo espcclaUy
thank those for their patronage
whoso advortlsemonts "appear In the
group In tho center of this papor.
Bartoll Servlco Bureau.
L. P. Bartell,
N. E. Pearley
A committee of twelve North
Platto citizens journeyod to Dos
Moines last Friday to meet tho board
of directors and the children's homo
commlttco of tho Brotherhood or
American Yeoman. Tho objoct 'of
tho trip yas to present tho claims of
North Platto to those bodies as tho
location for tho now ?5, 000, 000
home for children. Tho men return
ed enthusiastic about tho rccoptlon
they met and with tho promlso that
the on tire commlttco will make the
trip to North Platto In tho noar
future. Jas. T. Keofo was spokes
man for tho committee which consist
ed of tho following representative
citizens MeBsers Bare, Thoolecko,
McDonald, Swenson, , Dick, Kerf,
Cochran, Selby, Lnngfortl,1l?ielstlckor,
Maloney and Keofo.
Ono ot tho most interesting and
uhiquo contests held here Jor n long
tlmo is being put, on this month by
Bartcll's Service Bureau of Cheyonno
Two representatives havo been In Jho
city for several days and tho announ
cement of the contest appears in
this Issuo of tho Tribtme. A group
including some of tho loading mer
chants of tho city havo Joined in a
little gamo which is to last Hvo
weeks. Every Tuesday thla paper
will run a block advertisements on
tho two center pageB. Theso art
tho advortlsomnts in tho namo find
ing contest. -Theso merchants haro
deposited ?150 in tho First National
bank of this city, subjoct to tho
chock of tho Trlbuno editor. The
nominations of $100, $25, $15 and $10
to tho winners who aro certified by
tho committee of Judges. On an
othor pagb Is tho blank on which tho
contestant will make tho report.
Savo It. A contestant does not need
ln im n unliHprlhnr in thin nannr as
every member ol every family in
this part ot tho state cau cntor.
Additional blanks can bo secured at
this office. Ther6 Is no luck or
chance in tho matter. Work is what
is noeded t Win. Additional de
tails will be given whore tho instruc
tions may not be plain but thoso who
outer should read and study tho
mattor printed here beforb starting
in to earn the prize.
Word was received in the city yes
terday by. friends from J. V. Romigh
who is with his son Victor at Vine
yard Haven, Mass. stating Victor to
bo in a very critical condition,
Mrs. Minnio Mooro .-has resigned
! her position at tho Leader.
Mrs. Ralph Coates of Maxwell was
In hiiRlnrRt vlelfnr In ihn nlfv vtmfnr.
Mrs. J. S. Mason qf Hershey is
visiting In tho city with rolativos for
a few days.
Mrs'. Vorne Brewer of Horshoy
shopped In thVclty yesterday.
A son wan born Sunday . to Mr.
and Mrs. B. C Gosnoll. '
M'r,s and Mrs. 'Thomas.j.Quinn of
Tryon visited in the clTy with, friends
Tho noxt Lincoln County tcachora'
examinations will bo, held in tho
usual places, Saturday, December
Ailoon G. Cochran,
Keith Theatre, Thursday and Friday.
With Vaudeville Thursday.
The hoofbeats of a wildly galloping horso aro heard on tho still night
air! What can it bo? Who can it bo? Soo
' ns lchabod Crane in
"The Headless Horseman"
Adapted fro Washington Irvlngs "Legion of Sloopy Hollow."
Tho most popular ctory in tho English la6guago.
Miss Jessie Baker spent tho week
end in Omaha visiting with friends.
Fred Porsqn spent last week in
Lincoln transacting business.
Miss Nova Trexler is enjoying a
vacation from tho Bratt, Goodman &
Buckley office. .
L. R. Dick returned yeBtorday from
Omaha after transacting business for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. William Prlco of
Hershey wero business visitors In tho
Mr. and Mrs. Goorge Shoup ot
Sutherland shopped in the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coker of Suth
erland woro in tho city Friday viait
lng with friends.
R. C. Langrord returned Saturday
from Dos Moines whero ho represent
ed North Platte . on the Yeoman
Miss Mills of Chicago instructor
for tho Palmor Method'wrltlng sys
tem Swas in tho city yesterday. Sho
talked before all tho teachers of tho
city in ho high school yestorday.
Tho North Platto foot ball team
met tho Fremont team on tho homo
groundB last Friday and played a
12-12 game in tho rain and mud.
Tho fair grunds was too muddy so
tho game was played on tho eaBt
fiold. Tho game was marked by
much opon play with forward passes
and kicking. Tho fans who braved
tho drizzle, said It was a nip-and-tuck
throughout tho gamo with tho
teams quito ovenly balanced. Noxt
Friday tho boys go to SIdnoy. Tho
state champlonshlpi has narrowed
down to two schools Kearney and
Omaha Cenrtal. All the schools or
the first class havo been dofoatcd.
Buying A Car
"F.r Better Worse"
The man who buys merely a car 1b buying an automobile
"for better or worse." There Is an element of uncertainty
in the transaction that the future alone can reveal.
Tho man who buys a
good, dependable car from
a permanently established
dealer is buying something
that assures him quality
of performance as well as
of material and workman
ship. Wo sell Dodgo Bros, cars
because we know that they
aro good cars. And Jwo
know that tho conscienti
ous service and co-operation
which wo give to
Dodgo Bros, owners as
sures the utmost satisfac
tion in performance at all
times. Drop in and let us
tell you more about it.
You're always welcome
; . V. ROMlGtf, Dealer.
. Distributors of Havolino oil which has been usod at Dodgo Brothers' L
factory for over 5 years. Got your 5 gal can today and bo cortaln
of good oil. ,
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