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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
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We Wish You AH
A Happy and Prosperous New Year.
CLINTON & SON,
Sign of Tho Big Ring.
PLATTE VALLKV SCHOOL SEWS
I'oarl Strolberg v.ib back in school
I after hor slcknoss.
Platte Valley school Is having one
' wcok of vacation.
One of tho flower bulbs has a fine
Miss Cady.'s mother of Horshey was
DR. 0. II. CKESSLER
Office ovor tho McDonald
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Urvol Fowler of Maxwoll was a
business visitor In tho city Saturday.
Charles Llston of Wallaco waB a
business visitor In the city Saturday.
Real Estate Mortgages bought and
sold. T. 0. Patterson.
Thos. Groen returned Saturday from
Omaha after transacting business for
Ilalph Claubaugh arrived homo from
Omaha Saturday to spend tho holidays
In tho city with homo folks.
J. A. Condlt returned to Choycnno
this morning after visiting In tho city
with relatives for fl'ovoral days.
Mrs. Emma Ilosoncrants and son,
of Cozad, spont yesterday In tho city
nt tho J, W. Rosencrants homo. I
Mrs. F. J. Collins and children left'
Saturday for Onin'jn, whor. 'ioy will
visit rolattvos for sovorsl days.
Mrs. C. 0. Thomas, daughter Estollo
of Parnoll, Mo., aro spondlng tho holi
days nt tho R. L. Murdock homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Nolan loft Satur
day evening for Omaha whoro thoy
spent Christmas with tho lattor's par
ents. Clinton's for' Spcctaclos. .
Mrs. H. Murdock of Pnrnoll, Mo.,
arrived in tho city Saturday to spond
tho holidays at tho R, L. Murdock
Ernest Ruby returned tho Inst of tho
week from Omaha whoro ho has been
receiving medical nttontion for fcovornl
- IMnnUMs and Comforts at prcntly re
duced prices nt tho Leader Mercantile
ROSE ELLEN MATERNITY
A prlvato homo boforo and during
confinement. Babies adopted luto
good Jiomos. Confidential.
Grand Island, Nebraska
Good demand. Better than last yoar,
DOUCET MUSIC STUDIO
Trovlyn E. Doucot
Teacher of Violin and Cornot
COME AND SEE US j
Everything first elasa aad prices
reasonable. Opposite Union Pacific
December 21, 1922
Mayor Evans, in his letter, takes
oxcoption to my statement, that of
ficers of tho city of North Platte, had
violated tho law prohibiting any such
offlcors, having any interest, direct or"
indirect, in any contracts of tho city.
I mado that statement advisedly and
know whereof I wrote.
Sec. 40G9 of Comp. St. of Nobr., for
1922 reads in part ns follows:
"No officer of any city shall be In
terested, directly or Indirectly, In any
contract to which tho corporation, or
any ono for Its benefit, Is1 a party;
and such interests in any such con
tract shall void tho obligation thereof
on tho part of such corporation.'
I repeat that this statute has been
violated by city officers, during tho
past yoar, Tho violation occurred when
certain members of tho city council
sold mntorlals for use In paving tho
streets of our city. I ncod mention. no
names at this tlmo. I know tho facts
hovvover and I fool suro tho. mayor
does also. These matorials wore not
sold direct to tho city, but tho contrac
tor nnd if ono will rend tho nbovo
statement of tho law, It will bo noted
that this Is a violation thorcof.
I am not charging that tho city was
robbed In those sales, but I do say
this law was vlolatod. Tho object of j
such law Is plain. To what point Its i
violation will lead, no ono can toll, j
It would bo n hard matter for a mem-1
bor of a city council, or oven his fol-,
low councilman to condemn any mn-j
torlal sold by a councilman to tho city
or ono holding n coutrnct with it.
Lot mo submit a concrete illustra-;
tlon. No mombors of tho Bchool board
soils coal. But supposo ono of them
did and ho mndo n contract, elthor dir
ect or Indirect, to furnish nil tho coal
for tho city schools. Wore ho so mind
ed, would It not bo caslor for him to
soli Inferior coal at high prices, than
It would bo for an ontlro strangor?
Personally, bo far as I know, tho
paving of our streets has boon credit
ably dono, and also within both tho
estimated and contract prlco. I sln-
corcJy wish that as much could bo said
concerning tho Court-house.
Lot us put tho best of tho ability,
energy and intolligonco of our citizens
into a "clcan-upM of our county af
fairs. It is' not North Platto's prob
lem nlono. It is tho problem of tho
ontlro county. Tho officers who aro
mostly under flro, or suspicion, enmo
moro largoly from parts of tho county
outsldo of North Platto. But that
makes no dlfforonco. It nppoars that
tho affairs of all good citizens of tho
county, Bhould bo Joined togothor to
put tho affairs of tho county In onion
Aro wo equal to tho task?
"VM. ID. SHUMAN.
Roland Locko who is attending tho
University of Lincoln arrived. Friday
ovonlng to spond tho holidays in tho
city with IiIb pnronts, Mr, and Mrs
A. M. Locko.
Donald Newton who iB attondlng tho
(University of Nobraska nt Lincoln
corao homo Friday to Bpond tho holi
days 'with Ms parents Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Newton.
Mrs. G. S. Thompson roturncd Satur
day evening from a two months visit
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Mon
day wero delightful winter days, seem
ing moro liko fall or Bprlng days. Tho
temperature ranged between 50 and GO. Lullaby
Forecast for North Platte and Vicinity Recitatloiv
i a visitor at school Thursday.
j The Riddle family left last Wed-!
I nesday for Dlllor where thoy spent !
j tliolr Christmas vacation.
I Roy Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Waltor Wilson left school Thursday
December 21 to go to Lincoln where
ho will spend his Christmas vacation.
Santa Clnus was at tho Platto Valley
schoolhouso last Friday evening. The
program which started at eight-thirty
was as follows.
Welcomo Paul Strolberg
Dialogue Mother Gooso
Vocal Solo Rosie Strolberg
Tho Christmas Tree Fuge Kuroki
Piano .Solo Margaret Bostwlck.
Throo Primary Girls.
Fair tonight and Wednesday; some
what colder to-night. Highest tem
perature yesterday GO, a year ago 41,
lowest last night 3G, a year ago
Sunset today 5:21 p. m., sunrise
morrow 8:07 a. m.
Tho following quotations were the
opening markets at South Omaha this
morning and wero received hero by
celegraph at 10 a. m.
Bottor grades beef steefs and Bho
Piano Duet Elizabeth Scharmann and
Margaret Bostwick. '
Drill Six Girls
Monologue Eunice Olson
Recitation Elizabeth Scharmann
Piano Solo Elcyne Haught
Pantomime "Sally's Sad Christmas"
Dialogue Intermediate Room
THE BEST GIFT
Christmas for the Boy I
Christmas for the Girl!
Christmas for tho Fathers I
Christmas for the Mothers!
stock strong. Steers about steady. Best Christmas for ono and all bound up
I yearlings Included nt $10.00. Weighty In tho 52 weekly Issues of The Youth's
steers $9.25. All other classes'' fully
stoadly. , !
Mostly 15 to 20 cents higher. Bulk
packing grades $7.25 to $7.G0. Bulk
butcher hogs $7.75 to $8.15. Top $8.20
TownBond Dent, who attends the
Medical department of tho University
at Omaha Is spending tho holidays
In tho city with Ills parents, Dr. and
Mrs. G. B. Dent.
Miss Helen Bonner who attends the
University at Lincoln arrived home
Saturday to spend tho holidays with
i hor mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Bonner.
John S. Twinem, ML D.
Medicine, surgery and obstetrics
North Pluttp, Ncbr.
y New Yea
Start the New Year By Resolving: .
Because It Bakes Easy.
I will buy Sioux Lookout Flour.
Because It has the Real Flavor, Nutrity on
wholcsomeness and Quality and Pleases all the Fam
ily. ALL GROCERS.
Companion for 1923. No other period
ical can take tho place of Tho Com
panion at the family fireside no
other reflects so truly the homo spirit.
The 52 lsu3 of 1U23 will contain
from eight to a dozen serial stories,
nearly two hundred short stories, be
sides sketches, specinl matter for tho
boys, tho girls, the domestic circle.
Tho Children's Pago and tho Doctor's
Corner will, as they havo for years,
prove indespensablo features of the
paper. Subscribe now and receive-
1. Tho Youth's Companion 52 is
sues in 1923.
2. All tho remaining issues of 1922.
3: Tho Companion Homo Calendar
for 1923. All for $2.50.
4. Or include'McCall's Magazine, tho
monthly authority on fashions. Both
publications, only $3.00.
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION
Commonwealth' Ave. and St. Paul St.,
Boston, Mass. Subscriptions received
at this offico.
(Drug room with drugs for acute and
Grent Reductions on nil Winter
Goods at tho Lender Mercantile Co. ,
For fifty years known to the trade as the best for service
BATAVIA LEADER, Price $40.00
If yoar dealer cannot supply you we will send, trans
portation charges paid, upon receipt of price.
Send for BAKER ' BOOKLET
describing the entire line.
Baker Gun Company
253 CHURCH ST., NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Lengthen the life of your motor
'Automobiles, trucks, tractors, engines and pumps that work
in the dust of country roads and fields depreciate faster than
motors operated in cities. Dust wears down piston rings
and lets gas and oil work past them.
By preventing oil and gas from leaking past a motor's
pistons, McQuay-Norris Piston Rings increase its power,
decrease carbon troubles, and usually save enough fuel and
oil to pay for themselves. No matter where you plan to
have your car overhauled, it will pay you well to order
them. Ask for the genuine McQuay-Norris rings.
We Carry a Complete Service Stock
J. S. Davis Auto Co. North Platte, Mebr.
C1 OK Itmoaf cm exclusive C? -
P I two-piece design, prevent. P fl
Per Rlna mu..i..ir...
sure at ell points on cylinder walls. For
all piston grooves except top, which should
have tiupcreigC. Each rir.s packed in a parch,
SupsroYt - Keeps lubrica
ting oil out of combustion
Per ang 0n on eac, down ltroke of
piston and empties on each up stroke,
which ordinary grooved rings cannot do.
Bach rins packed in n parchment container.
E2A JlFFY.CRIP a one-piece
-JnJ' tjng. Non-butting joint, which
Per R..:3 can be fitted closer than ordi
nary step cut velvet finish
quick seating. "Seats in a jiffy." To keep
them clean and free from rust, each ring
is packed Iri an indiviciuol glassine envelope.
Snap Rings or the highest grade.
Raised above the average by McQuay
Norris manufacturing methods. Their
use insures all the satisfaction possible for
you to get from a plain snap ring. They
are packed twelve rings to the carton and
rolled in waxed paper.
M3T!Qa ftnTrp MjiXisi1,
with rolntlvos in Philadelphia.
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