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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
r.nterod at the North Platte, Nebraska
Postofflco as Second Clana Matter
that the Farm Bureau is backed by
Wall Street and the moneyed fnterest
and that these intoreiUt are in control
niLSON TOUT. Editor ami l'abUhor. ' and are using It for their own saltish
purpose. Notiung couiu ue lariuor
from the truth If tho wrath of tliOj
moneyed interoata at the organisation
SUIISORU'TION' ritlCEi ,of the U. S. Grain Growers, Inc. ,1s to
Year, In advanco $1.50 he understood. These intorests lihck.
" -rri rctrr I ed by tho grain oxohangoa and the
Chambers of Commerce ot many
cltfea have been fighting tho Farm
' Duroau over since It fostorcd tho U. S.
- Grain GroWors. Tho fight Is bitter
Paul said "Lovo workoth no 111 tonml no ouartor js j)0ing shown. On
his neighbor; thoroforo lovo Is tho fill- one ,Itl lg tll0 Fnrra Bureau nnd on
filling of tho law" Romano 13:10. tll9 otllor Jg the orgairi7(Ci grain and
Robert GoldsiuTsaid-'-Truo pa- MUnB interns backed by Hugo
triotism consist in four thin one . or"tls; " ' "
Grand Champion Hereford Weighs 3100 lbs.
Tuesday, December 20, 102
of which 1b rovoronco for tho
traditions of ono's country;"
Grain Excl.ango nnainst tho Grain
Growers. Evory time a farmor takes
a shot at tho Farm Uuroau tho Grain
Considerable comment was hoard Exchango chucklos with gleo. Tho
Saturday that North Platto did not J plan of campaign of tho Grain Ex. ,
tako any civic responsibility In tho.ohnngo Is to stir up dlssontions among.
celebration of Christmas. This was not tho farmors bo thoy cannot unite for
entirely truo as tho cltlzons did all , thoy soo tholr finish whon onco tho
In tholr power to make it a glad farmors got togothor. Tho slander
day. A municipal Christmas troo sorv-' still persists and Is ono of the causos
08 well In somo placos but It would J why tho U. S. Grain Growors doos not
only bo a substituto for the many mako hoadwny faster.
school. -church and socioty Christmas i :o:
trees which rcachod almost ovory
homo. Tho outsido decorations of tho
North Platte Light and Powor Co. and
tho Keith Thoatro wcro appreciated
and could bo oxtondod nuothor yoar.
Tho Christmas baskots glvon by tho
"Woman's club with tho co-operation
of othor organizations roprosonted a -0cl lliillock Weds Out-of.Town Girl.
tromondotifl community undertaking , x0ol Bullock was married yesterday
nnd shows North Platto is not lacking I to Miss Doatrico Mayes of Broadwater,
in Christmas spirit. Next year it may j Nebr. Tho marriage took placo at
soem host to concontrato efforts along j Broadwator.
somo raoro marked community lines
but tho effort will not bo grcator than j p(MVcIl.lirndIey Wedding.
it was this year. I Tj10 niarrlago of Floronco Powoll,
ti , !,,' . M, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Powoll
Ono of tho obje ions to tho ap- nd B
prentice system In tho trades Is that, plaC0,lMt ovonmg at c.30 Qt
usuany a soi longui 01 umu is ru
quired as an apprentice bofore a i r.
Hartland Woodford, owned by Sen. J. N. Camden, of Versai'lcs, Ky.,
is the Grand Champion bull of America, winning .his honors at the Amer
ican Roval Livestock show in Kansas City this month. He is the heaviest
bull-ever, shown, weighing 3100 pounds.
ACTiViTIES OF THE
org a s
l Powell liomo, Rov. Stevens officiating.
Tho couple wore unattended and only
...u.. ,u uu,u a ju.umuu. Ul0 Immo(lnto fnmll08 woro present,
moans that tho nloH and willing i JIra BrndIoy ,m8 beon tGachInB school
near Coznd and will finish her year
studont must spend tho samo amount
thore and then Join Mr. Bradley at
of tlmo as an approntlco that
i t 11. . UMM. 1.
Bpeiu y mo uuu mm u.iu, " , Bothany, Nebr., whoro ho is attending
is coming to tho attention of tho : Cotnor Allege. Both Mr. and Mrs.
trndo and craft loadors that nppron- Bra(lloy wlll ntten(1 Cotnor noxt ycnr
tices differ In capabilities and aro
FOR RENT OR SALE: Modern 7
room house. Phono 873 W. . j
WANTED Cornhuskors. Apply at the
offico of Bratt, Goodman & Buckley.
IV HAT IS BEING DONE BY THE
DIFFERENT LODGES AND
FOR SALE Comploto violin outfit
Second hand. Call Ilolloy Music Co.!
FOR RENT Room In modern homo.
314 So. Vino. i d,
Mrs. Fnnnio Murphy has been a'p-
! pointed collector.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27
10: G5 A. M.Tlmo Signals (4S5) Mo
tors). 11:00 A. M. Woathor (4S5 Motors.)
11:05 A. M. Opening Mnrkot Quota
tions. 12:00 Noon Chimes Concert
2:00 P. M. Closing Stooks and Mar
kets, 3:30 P. M. Educational Talk.
0:35 P. M. Sandman's Visit. j
7:00 P. M. Program by Calvary Bap-1
tist Choir, undor tho direction! Estate No. 1893 of Phola A. Ed
of Miss Graco Amos. Pipe or-mlston, doceasod in tho County Court
Ban accompanlmont by Graco' of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
8:00 P. M. Educational Lecture, "In
torlor Docpratlng." Tho sixth
of a series of locturos on this
subject by E. II. Hall.
10:00 P. M. Erwin Swindell, Musical
I Program furnlshod by the Women's
, Chorus of tho Music Lovers Club, of
Davonport, Iowa, undor the direction
of Mrs. Amaiia Schmldt-Gobblo.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28
10:55 A. M.Tlmo Signals (485 Meter)
11:00 A. M. Weather (485 Meters).
11:05 A. M. Oponlng Market Quota
tions nnd Agrlograms.
12:01 Noon Chime Concert.
2:00 P. la. Closing Stocks and Mar
kets. 3:30 P. M. Educational Talk.
5:45 P. M. Chimes Concert.
0:35 P. M. Sandman's Visit.
7:00 P. M. Artist Musical Program
Erwin Swindell, Musical Dir
ector, Klwanis Quartette i nfteen minutc3
I A tlaughtor waa horn to Mr. and
jMr. John Mastorls Friday.
Wise Ellen Flynn loft Saturday for
j hor homo In Bolgrado, Nebr. to spend
kthe holidays with hor parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Earhaft.loft Sat
uraday for Cozhd to spond Christmas
Vonr Dollnrs will do wonders now
on everything you buy during snlo
nt tho Lender Mercantile Co.
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT
Tho Stnto of Nebraska, to all persons
Interested In sold Estate tako notice
that tho Administrator has filed a
final account and report of his admin
istration and a potltion for final set
tlement pqd dlschargo as such Admin
istrator, which havo been set for hear
ing befo. a said court on January 19th,
1923 at 10 o'clock a. m. when you may
appear and coutost tho samo.
Datod December 23rd, 1922.
WM. H. C. WOODHURST
J. O. Hollman, Atty.
NOTICE OF PETITION
Wanted Corn huskcrs. Pay good
wages. Address Box 1C, Routd 2
WANTED Competent girl for general
housowork. Prefer ono who will go
home nights. PhOne 132.
will meet with Mrs. Y. A. Hintnnn,
302 west 3M St. Wednesday after
noon, at 3 o'clock.
No. 55, O. E. S. will hold its regular
i mooting Thursday, Dec. 28, nt 7:30
j p. m. Thoro will be initiation nnd re-
WANTED: Plastering, chimney and, froshmonts wlll be served.
Estate No. 1923 of James V. Rob
inson, deceased in tho County Coiirt
of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska. To all per
sons Interested In said Estato take
notice that a petition has been filed
for tho allowance to probate of the
last will and testament of James
V. Robinson, deceased and tho ap
pointment of Ada A. Robinson at Ex-
of comic opera by Peter Mac Arthur ocutrix of said Estate, which has been
and Erwin Swindell; Mrs. Charlotto set for hearing herc:n on Jan. 16th,
of any kind. Call
entitled to profit by these dlfforon- jr, Walker Weds,
cos. Tho Industrial Association of a very quiet and pretty wedding
San Frahclsco has announced that took placo Friday uoon at tho Bap-
tho matter of tho advancement to tist parsonago whon Dr. Harold H.
tho rank and pay of nn apprentices Walker 'of this city was married to
'depends only on his individual pro- Miss Tholmn Harris of Rivorsldo,
ficioncy. Whon such abuses of tho Calif., with Rov. Pau? A. phonic of tho
system aro corrected by tuo trauos Baptist church officiating. Dr.
and crafts thomsolvos, It will moan .AVnlker Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
a long stop forward f or tho Amer-1 ?. Wnlker of Mason City, Nobrr.Bka.
lean industrial system. ( Dr, and Mrs. Walkor left Friday ovo-
' nlng for Mason City, whoro thoy wlll
Frcquont complalntB aro heard of , g,)0n(1 80Vornl (myBi Unoa Hujir ro.
tho discomfort nnd Inconvenience turu thoy wl)1 nmko tholr homo ,n tho
caused passengers through not having , Reynoi(is Torraco.
a passenger director at tho Union 1
Pacific depot hero. Whon B. L. Robin-' Senior High Holds Mixer
son and John Mcllvaln woro thero no j About ICO studonts of tho Senior
ono misaod n train; thoro woro no High school and tholr toachors woro
womon Btru?ling to trains and carry-! ontortalnod nt n mixor in tho audltor
lng babies and baggago onough for , lum Friday ovonlng. Tho big foaturo
two to carry, and advlco and holp of tho ovonlng wns a largo Christmas
wore always on hand for tho asking. tree. Each pupil brought a present
Since the duties have boon passod on which wns lntor distributed by Mol
to ot'.iors thoy aro often not ontUfnc-Lvln Vatos, who took tho part of old
LOST Fountain pen between 500
block on west 5th and Senior High
WANTED An experienced girl for
general housework. Mrs. J. S.
FOR SALE Ono section of land 8
miles north of town. All under
fonco. Phono 1148J.
, Aid will moet Thursday afternoon at
3 o'clock in the church parlors. The
nftornoon will bo sr.ont ct Kensington
and a program will L3 glvon.
Clintons for eyo service.
Mrs. Wlll Nelson laft this morning
for hor homo In Alliance after spend
ing Christmas In tho city at tho home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Anderson Warron.' soprano; Gertrude
Branlgan, planlsto. .
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29
10:55 A. M. Time Signals 485 Meters.
11:00 A, M. Weather 4S5 Meters.
11:05 A. M. Opening Market Quota
tions. 12:00 Noon Chimos Concert.
2:00 P. M. Closing Stocks and Mar
P. M. Educational Talk.
P. M. Chimes Concert.
P. M. Sandman's Visit.
P. M. Musical Program Cln-
tost P..S. C. Orchestra..
1923 nt 10 o'clock a. m.
Dated Dec. 23rd, 1922.
WM. H. C. WOODHURST
WANTEb A competent girl for gen
oral housowork. Family of two ad-' oldor
ults. Mrs, T. C. Patterson. 514 West cheated If tho boxes of sweets do not
( Candies play their part in tho pleas
ures of the Christmas season and
folks nnd children alike feol
FOR SALE Cobs $2.00 for 40 inch
load, on placo one-half milo south
of LlncolnCounty Ccntor school. H.
tnrlly done to the mind of trnvolors 1 Saint Nicholas. Lator in tho ovening
and thero Is In consequent complaints. ! a short program was given which con
Tbe Inconvenience doos not ontlroly ' slated of a play, musio by n solectod
affect North Platto poople for this Is quartetto and a fow magic stunts by
u junction point whero peoplo from i Denver Wilson and Georgo Dent Tho
all over tho wostorn part of tho stato remnlndsr of the ovonlng was spent
mako transforn and ninny from tho in -dancing after which refreshments
cast do tho samo. It U probablo that j were sorved, ,
tho matlor-wlll bo taken up with tho' so:
lTnlnn Pnolfln nffWul n tho nnnr fn. ! yco PfttterSOll ttrrivod hero Satur-
tu.ro and nn Investigation mndo to ,m rom ' noro no is auona-i
find out If thoro Is as much neod for mK 1,10 umvursuy 10 sponu unnsunns
with lus pnronts Rov. nnd Mrs. N. P.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson of
FOR SALE OR TRADE : One-half
section or a section, well Improved.
Will trado for town property. For
particulars write "J", Caro of North
Platto Soml-Wookly Tribune.
William Macomhor who attends
Cotnor Qollogo arrived homo Friday
ovonlng to spond tho holidays with his i
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mncom-j
C. S. Nolmnn arrived Saturday from
Tliton, Iowa to spend tho holidays at'
tho J. C Hollman homo. Mrs. Nolmnn
hau been visiting in tho city for some
appear to do tholr share in making
tho holidays festive. Fortunately, it
Is not necessary that candy bo bought
and carried homo In packages bright
with gilt cord and gay ribbon. Just
as full of possibilities of giving pleas
ure may be brown paper bags full of
j materials that can bo transformed In
to wholesome candy for tho Christmas
1 season. Wrlto to tho Agricultural Col
logo, Lincoln, for extension circular
! 92G If you aro interested in candy re
Reduced nrices on nil Winter U
, at the Leader Mercantile Co.
A daughter was born to Mr.
Mrs. Clifford Dorram Friday.
Albert Wagner of Shelly, Nebr. was
n business visitor in tho city Saturday.
, Mrs. Fred O'Mara left Saturday for
Brady whore she will spend tho holi
days at tho homo of hor mother.
Miss Mary Lantz of Sutherland visit
ed in the city with friends for a fow
days last week.
Pro-Inventory Sale nt The Leader
Mccantiie Co. on nil Winter Goods,
Women's nnd Chlldrens' Dresses, Coats
nnd Suits. '
at kejfoire tL.e
24 Wei COO
Send for catalog
Paie-Iovls Arms dompan.
Chlcopee Palls. Aass
Choice loi of young Red Poll built
-it farmers prices at
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM
a pnsaongor dlrootor aa the complaints
would aeoin to indicate.
One of tho slnndors which still par-1 Clioyonno spont yostordny in tho city
sluts nnd which, U ropoated from tlmo j visiting nt tho homo of tho formers
to tlmo by woll.lntontlonod peoplo Is ; paronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Johnson.
Sioux Lookout Flour.
Sioux Lookout Flour,
A Satisfied Customer, .
Sioux Lookout Flour.
Order Your Sack Today. Guaranteed.
Nebraska Mill & Elevator Co.
Wednesday and Thursday.
An ontortnlnlne follow nnd is all of that. From tho
.brcozos In with his personality nnd clover routine to tho
whoro ho stops, tho audlonco Is In continuous uproar.
FLO CRYSTAL AM) JDI ANDERSON
Comedy singing and tnlklng. A pair that just sing and joko tholr
way into tho hearts of ovory ono. A good uaturod pair whoso motto
In ltfo Is to go smiling through.
WINDER AND WELLS
Music as wo saw it. An oddity which thoy4 dorlvo melody from
ordinary saws. Tho malo member also has nn uncommonly good bari
tone volco, which Is hoard to good advantngo in sluglo solos.
Two men and a lady without doubt aro ono of tho most sensational
rollor Bleating acts ovor playing this thoatro. Tholr acrobatic stunts
along with hair raising stunts on tho small rollers makes this ono of
tho most sensational acts of tho season.
Do not forget vaudovillo Is two nights enJi week and tho foaturo
plcturo will bo changed each night.
All school lands under leaso aro subject to appraisement at any
tlmo the Board of Educational Lands and Funds so elects.
Tho holders of leaso contracts executed subsequent to July 9, 1897,
aro given tho right, at the expiration of said contracts, to apply for
new contracts. If tho bid of the lossce shall to equal to the" amount
bid by any other porson, tho lessee's bid shall bo accepted. (This
means that If at tho close of tho auction tho lesseo's bid Is ns much as .
tho highest bidder, his bid shall bo accepted.) If the highest bid re
ceived shall bo made by a porson othor than tho lessee, the value of
all tho improvements on tho land shall bo appraised by the county
board, which shall bo made within thirty (30) days after tho accept
ance of tho bid, and after boing signed, shall, within (5) days, bo filed
with tho county treasurer of tho county in which tho land is situated.
Tho lesseo and succoss'ful bidder shall share equally In the costs of
tho nppralsomont. Elthor tho lessee or tho successful bidder may, If
dissatisfied with tho nppraisemont, within thirty (30) days after tho
filing thereof, nppeal therefrom to tho District Court. Tho successful
bidder, if ho bo other than tho former lessee, shall, within thirty (30)
days aftor the filing of tho nppraisemont, pay to the county treasurer,
for tho uso of tho former lossoo, tho amount of tho nppralsomont.
Buildings, fencing, wells, cisterns, irrigation ditches, windmills, or
chards and trocs considered Improvements.
Tho holders of lease contracts executed prior to July 9, 1897, nro
given tho right, at tho expiration of said contracts, to mako application
for and rccolvo now leaso contracts upon said lands, and thoy will not
bo required to compoto for tho contracts, and tho rate of rental will bo
tho samo as stipulated In the old contract; Provided, that all of tho
rental duo on tho old contracts has boon paid.
No lands now owned or hereafter acquired by tho stato for educa
tional purposes can be sold except nt public auction. (See page 290
Laws of Nebraska, 1919.) Tho last Logislaturo made no provision for
tho snlo of educatlonnl lands, except ns follows; Tho law provides
that tho Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings shall mako a
list of all isolated tracts o school lands containing less than forty (40)
acres and all undivided 1 rests In realty and nil city lots held by tho
Stato of Nebraska In trust for tho permanent school fund; apprniso
tho samo, and upon tho oxplratlon of tho leases nnd whoro tho lease
tltlo has been forfeited, offer tho samo for sale at public auction. To
bo sold by tho county treasurer of tho county in which tho lands aro
located, to tho hlghost bidder for not loss than ninety (90) per cent of
tho nppraisod valuo. Tho purchaser shall not pay'less than twenty-flvo
(25) per cont in cash on day of salo, and tho balance to bo secured by
snlo contracts running ten years nt six (G) por cent annual Interest;
tho purchnsor having tho right to pay all of tho unpaid purchase
money, or any part of it in multiples of five- '5) por cent of tho total
purchase price at any intorest payment duo. i i tho event tho purchaser
of tho asslgneo does not pay tho annual interost upon tho unpaid pur
chaso prlco within six (C) months aftor interest becomes due, tho land
shall rovort to tho state.
All school land loasos Issued after July 8, 1897, will explro January
1, 1923' at which tlmo tho lauds therein described will bo advertised
and leased at public auction nt tho office of tho county treasurer in
tho respoctlvo counties.
Tho amount of school land authorized to be leased, direct or by
ronowal, to ono person is limited to C10 acrea.
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