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' THE NORTH PLATTE BEMI-WBEKLY TRIBUNE ... J
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WILSON TOUT. Editor am! PaMiaher.i
Entered at tho North Platte, Nebraska
Postofllco na Secoild Class Matter.
SUllSCRIPTION PttlCEi
Ono Yeur, in advanco $1.60
Want Ads
FRIDAY OCTOHIIU (Mi, 102:! 'ho
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Strletz ontor
talnod at Dinner Monday ovenlng in
honor of Dr. and Mrs. Conlln who
uro tho gilests at tho Harry Dixon
FOR SALE Shoats,
Phono 788F31.
T. B. Doollttlo.
KDITOlIlAl
rtrtsts.
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Paul
nald "WhatBOovdr1
eoweth, that shall ho also
Galatlana C:7.
' Mrs. Martha Graham will enter,
a .man tl'n tomorrow' afternoon at her homo
roa i f in honor of Mnj. Dell Huntington' of
Long Beach. Mra. Huntington was
a former realdont.
"I would '
FOIt SALE Thorobred Whlto Lori
horn cockrcls. v Dan Kunkol.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
Wednesday was a warm day and
Thursday was somewhat cooler
looking much like rain. It was
cloudy most of tho day, clearing oft
ilato in tho Evening. Tho forecast
I says It will bo fair to-night and Sat
urday. Not much chango In temperature.
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FOR SALE Sco Mrs. E. S.
chickens. Phone GG4J
1 Woodrow Wilson . said.
not feel any 'fexhlloratlon In belonjr- Wednesday ovonlng the KUUochee
Jug to America If I did not fool that Campflro wns ontortnlncd at a theatro
eho is Domothing more than a rich
and powerful nation."
A chraactorlstlc story Is told of
tic young Colonel Roosovolt when
he was hero -nt tho air mall landing
flold last Wednosday. Ho had mado
tho trip from Choyonno In one hour
party by its guardian, Mrs. Carl Bon
nor. Rofroohmcnls were served lator
In tho Rose Room at Smith-Johnsons.
WANTED Qlrl for goncral hbuso
work, who can go home nights.
Phono 132.
WANTED Experienced farm hand
by tho month, through tho winter.
Box 251. Sutherland, Ncbr.
Bobby Johnson sings tho latest
alines for song hits at Danceland overy Satur
day night.
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TOWNSHIP 16, RANGE 34
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Mrs Fred RIncker cntortalned Wed
nesday noon at a bridge luncheon In
honor of Mrs. Frank Conlln of Omaha. Box 254. Sutherland, Nob,
W&SEi
A tl
nil D. 1U. i, UUH.U UUU IMTO. LiU .110 , Jj
Cronen will loavo tho first of the i All
wok for Omaha whoro they will at
tend a convention for tho Degree of
Honor. 4-
A petition for divorce was filed this j
week with Clerk George E. Prossor by j
S 66.80 N&NS
1 (97,80 SS
13 58.40 All
14 73.50 All
19 56.60 All
22 57.95 All
25 57.95 All.
26 57.95 All
27 59.15 All
30 42.80 All
30 13.90 All
31 , 56.75 N&SEVi
34 88.60 NEi
36 74.16 All
IGE 34 All
2 62,15 All
50.10 All
7 64,70 All
8 49.80 Ei
9 66.45 All
10 103.85 All
11 110.60 All
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40.70
15.70
86.70
64.03
66.35
66.35
64.46
64.40
60.35
66.35
66,80
48.90
14.60
66.3E
66.36
66.36
81.60
64.49
65.95
66.35
67.70
57.95
and fifty-olght minutes and aftor bo-i wnB carr,0(l out
fH t.. . I
iuo urounu ior aoout twenty Ruth Clayton ontortalned ten of her ' 220 W,
rainuies no sam: "I nm due at a friends Wednesday ovonlng la honor
dinnor engagement In Omaha in Just 'of Maxlno Wilson who leaves Sunday
two hours and will bo Just llvo mln- 'for Los Angeles to mako her futuro
utBB lato, lot's bq." j ,omp. Tho evening was spent In
C7T""". . playing games aftor wnlch a dollclou
jWANTED To contract with parties onlta II. Bowman who asks to bo dl
who will husk 6,000 bushols corn.!Vorcod from Jabl I,. nmrmnn an.l tn
have her maiden name of Oneta IL
Gibson restored to her. They wero
married at Broken Bow In 1916.
i two course lunch was served.
Judge W. II
Tlllo, Nebraska, was a pleasant call
er at tho Tribune off ice yesterday., Mrs. E. P. RobhauBon and Mrs.
Tho editor was very busy and dld'siary Aloxandor ontertalned yestor
not tako as much tlmo to visit with 1 day at tho Aloxandor homo in honor
tho Judge as ho would havo liked to of Mrs- Do11 Huuington who Is vlslt
hnvo taken but in a fow minutes con- '"ff horo from Long Beach, Callfor
Versatlon ho learned tho Judgo Isn' At tho clos6of tho afternoon
the non-political candidate for Jus- ft delicious two courso lunch was
sorvod.
Miss Gertrude Arnold ontortalned
Wednosday ovonlngg at tho Arnold
Homo In honor of her sister Miss
Marjory who Is visiting her parents,
Tho ovonlng was spent In playing
tlco of tho Supromo court of Ne
braska from tho sixth district. This
Is tho position now, hold by Judtftf
Dean of Broken Bow.- -
"Brady and Maxwell oath voted on a
proposition to iat;fy a contract to
build a power transmission lino from j "rldgo after which a dollclous two
Gothenburg through Brady to Mrik-! coura8 lunch was served. Miss Arn
Woll. Thest) places aro In Lincoln '1(I w"l rdtl,r to Chicago In a few
country and they filnda overy of fort week's. '
to secure tho right-'of-wnv for a llnp;
from North Plalto but woro blQpkod, vory Quiet wedding was performed
bysofrish interests and tho contract1' yostordny nt tho Epiosapal church
gqoH'to Gothenburg. North Plnttti whan1 Mlsa Mario Stuart becamo tho
should; diavo had this Hiio but'sUid6'')r!llo1"ot Francis E. Spear of Chicago.
It .Beamed impossible to movo tho iii-''.Thd ceremony was porrormcd by Rov.
tcroBta' (n control, tho Tribune Is ghui- w' l'oorp In tho prcsonco of tho
thai 'tcotho"fitburg could tako up tho; ;?mmc!rtl'ito 'family. Tho bride wore
co'ntl-act and sunnlv thnsn nlnonn wiMivla dark blue suit and wan unattended!
in tho city
voting couplo
whoro thoy SvUW
TMW. ooomD to bo somo confuslSn, voihrfrfBt dtAitehtor of Mr. -and MrsV ,T
tibO
ton
bop oOComnirco is taking caro of U ,-phone 4mpW ) Wr -JW -1
voo'mlVgarranccmonts to&o,Todh-:.rom chhmgo and I anf oloc
ore convonuon wniio a connito,9j',nanigo1; s n s.tw : t
the Npj-th vJatte Wo'moi;ay ;qlub1 i ? ! . ,
t tr,. ..... .i.. A ( mt.n ..lnn.'i
contact and supply theso places with'"' 'uo, nuIt mi wan i
24hour sqrvico. They ''will novor YdJ'MiTPon'1's a fow anys
KTOfc letting $ the matter' settled tpi- At 'tji'Stuak homo tho yol
'aVH " will' loci vc f tx Denver whor
ftc.il Estate MortgaRes boqfht ay
O. Patterson.
FOR RENT Nluo room
modern.' Inquire A.
Sixth Street.
house all
O. Kockon,
FOR SALE OR RENT A woll nr
ranggod home, furnished, that can bn
used by two families Income $372
ownor leaving city. 108 W. 2nd St."
jklij?qm:nt tax list
TINUEl) FROM PAGE
NWi4
SEV4
FOR SALE Horses, Cattlo and fawn
machlnory. Mrs. A. D. Allen, 10
miles north of town. Phono 790F12.
FOR RENT 2 furnished light house SW&
keoplng rooms. Parties without SEi
children. Inqulro Owl Cafe. " w
sw
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FOR SALE Apples, wlntor varieties.
Also cider In any quanlty. Bring
your Jugs. Spurrier farm, 11 miles
wost of city.
FOR SALB My equity in 5 roohi
house and all furnlturo for $140,6,
cash, balance terms. 503 E. 4th St.
or '.Phono 169 W. ,
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TOWNSHIP 14, -"RANGE 34
CON-
9
119.00
94.60
84.00
74.10
98.00
98.00
178.40
95.20
78.20
55.60
59.80
45.00
48.10
57.75
206.50
167,85
126.00
154.00
363.40
213.80
101.60
55.60
J.
Political Speaking
at the Court House,
Monday, October 9th, 1922
L Beebe Progressive Candidate for
U. S. Senate.
Come out and hear the truth once. 100 per
cent for the people. Wears no mans collar.
Be on hand at 8 p m
FOR , SALE 320 acres with stock and NVi&NS
crops, if sold at once. For partlcu-js&Siyfc
lars phono 378.T, or call at 402 So. AU v
Elm. I A" ,
,; iAU
FOR SALE Cheap Registered Short--
li'nrn paw nn will inln f' 1 7
cow ;or hogs. T. P. Rowly, Rt.
Box 17.
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ior iHucn.qwi ,
2 iEWI ,
Uxi
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run, BALiiij L,argo roca Dany car-i
rage. Good as now. Mrs. R. A;
Bcaohamp,- Maxwoll, Nobr.v Phorid
1022.", ; :-A ". "i
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FOR SALBNatlve v$ codar ana
All
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NorthPlatCo. See Gono Crtfok of-ptflfciBiilj
Min nnat tnvf vnnrn'i rAU.i.r t 4 . i .. . - Ft -i ' 4
jU't SW NOt-R It
..W-flWK Or.
oloctrlcul iFQRJSALBr-Onlons. $1.50 ofr vWKBl4 Sp R R
-:o:-
tlUJtOC JERSEY ROARS
1WU koonr through winter. Also
uu,. o i i .. -iH- WMP" 'Mi
i wtuuatit:, o miiBB-wBBi ai town, mue ttn:isiz.(vwi v t t
tiorth of Lincoln rflfihaVi' 'W mttarrsiffoivvi. .
tva ,-p.lattor Galley school house. l JaWWVi ( J$M R n)
Nabeta,A Oantn. ' 'H.-WM.JNWW (lops it in
oxp t to paxuqr.,xnoir ujjtnwmie .4
1 111 .K S 111. I 11W IVUI 1U11 N tllllll xlliLVS.l " '! Ill IflK .1HICMW. llllin llfl T X "..Ji
always bwn-ontwUMM without-ts.pnrp bipd DuWfc ioy ilqurs IftrJ Pnl!:miI)Utt'" otatoos in the collar wu.JEEu
chnrw whorf they woritld.dthacftief ft. wci-ri.teR from 200 tr 360. B '.'rfcon0 Lu8ho1' 'Pllono yo"!PtM
nn1 lt& plannod to do the samo horo'4,ja!rKHiajne!f unexcelled. , ( - , 0llIr 7841;5- ,.," -.V--. .4
Thi laomtnitlee is jnnlnn .nuo,untj , ,. . J.,E. Qulnn, 220 15.' '3rd St.
cdnionteln anothov column. ... tfftcftib No. 1291. .
64.20
62.45
17.301
57.95 ,
57.95
57.95'
36.50 :
29.20
14.20
29.05
59.70
14,60
33.00
55.10
29.0G
48.30
182.65
50.30
203. 9&.
4.41 .
25.50
111.20:
302.10
343.20.
1032Qt
505.7,0 ,
287.3"0
49.G0.
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ffoleprmf ffosiorg
They Look Better
And Wear Longer
FOR THE LADIES
VJncste Quality Silk and Wool
Clocks, all tho Now & 1 r
"Shades , Si. 40 .
FJ110 Quality Silk and Wool
Sdlld Colors and
" ileather'', ; Mixtures , Ajjj
Ifand Embroidered 51.V.D '
,-Flno quality Silk and WooUv
,', Drop Stitph, all tho CS .5''
newest Shades j)l.'0u-
$1.95
Exiru Heavy Puro Silk lloso
With Ribbed Top.
all the ' Now Colors
1 n iinrfTimimin iwiibim hhmiii i i
' PureThread Silk lloso
Witlt Extl-.a, Stretch
Itibbod
Wprs
.Top, All
$1.65
t JPuro Thread Silk Over Tine
Marcerlzod L 1 s 1 0
'With Ribbed Top "DC
AUSTIN - Or OREGG, JR.
1 .
Keitb;V&tfflw,: Sunday & Monday.
WAT -NEE SUNDAY' '
1 llu.i- aiionic wu loavo
morrow foi,Llncoln whoro hp.
attond a. convention' of the Baptist
ohurch;
SWyt.sAVjiSEVi, Pt
;SWftNWSEi4
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
1 -a ) tl
;lfie lornacRhQi jlnnilsl;--..!
-. 1 ., 1. 1 jwrp j'M tiiLiMf - 11111 r-i . i .rr
1 a 1 .1
B J.OLA rlr of wUd men j4 the sea-Imtiiot or her own wild xmxi. m "
I S6ep with her a drama, romance, spectacular thrill In .' '-
I , A FhW National Attraction ' ' .1
I r ALLEN HOLUBAE'Sirdtln,"', - V
I",':- bSA DOROTHY PHILLIPS i
K SUE T'fio pursuit through gala awapt uaaa of simiKgllng schooner m
H and dosU-oyor;; hydroplanos soaring o'vortiond to attack Avhllo in tho H
I ' midst of a hurrlcano soawomun and society woman bnttlo for the n
!sN&S
3EVi&ptNEi.
jNE.UNWJ4 -ex lA
W7S"" 74 05 i
- Sealed bids will bo received, by ,Mr.. rf,g W. &,Lots 3, '4
t. K. .Ware,; Sec'y Platto Valley ir-lXota l,2. ' .
rlgatton District at riorshey, Nobras-;) '&E&
ka, untjl 10; 00 n. m. of October 27,llJqEi&
1922 for furnishing nil labor and ma 'f.nt 11
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140.30;
202.15.; J
374.10.
1S1.10 s
151.CQ
, -6oio ;
29.10;
. 91.70
48,90
50.25
55.50
4.60
34.00,
88.60
18.10
13.00
Extrji Heavy Puro Sllli
iito s e .Mercerized
, jjiwo T9P, weeis Cf O
-and Toosi ' .UQ
3Icn's Puro Thread Silk H030
Llslo TopB, Heels
and Toes
FOR THE 'MEN '
, I Pino Artificial Silk Hose
Double Sole, Heels
alid Toas'
75 c
50c
WHO SlJk.Iiistlo Hose
DtiiiDle SoIcb, Hobls
ana Toes
tonal necessary to construct a slmnr' township 15. RANGE 34
piling dam two hundred and sovonty (All ; 2 70.00
iivo tisb) rcet long in tho North ,
Platto rlvor near Glonburnio, Nobr., in
vw ;inu 'iocs uuv
accordanco with
and now on fllo
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tho nlmiH ndnntixllSTH
with tho Socrotary.iJfS'
Bids Will OjOpdncd by tho Board qfjh.
mroctors tn. Horshoy, Nobr., at 10:001
g. m. October 27th, 1922.
The right Is ro'aorved' to fojoct any
or all bids. . . . . .
I. E. WARE,
Soc'y. Horshoy, Nobr. 1
NOTICE OP PETITION
EBtato NO. 1913 of Robert A. Mc-
Knlght, deceased In tho County Court
Of Lincoln County, Nobraska'.
j- Tho Stato of Nebraska. To all
peruana nuoroniou in mm liiBiato
Hake notice that :i potltlon.Ms bean
pun jqr tno appointment 01 William -
S. MoKnlsht na Administrator of said :
"stti'whlqh has ben set for. hear-1
-In a .horaln on Novembar 3. 1922 at
? 0 o'cloplcr Af If.'. 1 . i ' 1
atott October 4 1922v. - ,
V 8 ' Wm. n. C. Woodhurst. ?t
County Judgi
Special Showing
of
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1 li.TTim rsiTKflawii . - 15 I ' k' , - j . , .
ffi ! MHO .
mi f . j mi n m ib itwn t ib
1ST IH k
I ' x Wilcox Departmen
Gon?iting of Fur Trimmetlr'Erribfoiderecl ami Tailored
lpd,els.
JThJa i the lowest price you haveeeiv desirable
qualiliev and styles'. v The assortment not large so
you. should make a seldotiort now;."
I Store.
i
L. & S. Groceteria.

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