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THE NORTH PLATTE SEM1-WEEKL.Y TRIBUNE
ACTIVITIES OF THE ; MANY ORGANIZATIONS! tthat 18 bking dokk bi the "diu'kkknt lodges ahd societies OAT&bLIC 01RLS will moot Friday ovontiiR at tho K. C. Hall at 8 o'clock. M,Tn BOCIETJT Will mopt Tliurmlay aftornoon -with Mrs. P. J. Naughton, r 1302 Locust. LADIES BAND Mooting night for tho Ladlcn Band has boon changed from Monday evening to Tuesday oronlng. niULOS GUNA PHILOS GUNA Club will' moot with Mrs. Edward BurWo, Wodnosday afternoon. XOTItERS' CLUB Tho momborn of tho mothers club will bo tho gueets at the homo o Mrs. Goorgo Roberts on Wednesday f this week. MODERN WOODMAN Regular mooting of tho Modern Ifaodmon, Wodnosday 11th, at tho K. C. Hall. Thcro will bo a social timo after nlno o'clock. All Royal Neighbors-, Modern Woodmen and families are Invited. SIGNET CHAPTER Tho regular mooting of Slgnot ChaiHor No. fiC 0. E. S., Oct. 12, at 7:80 p. m. There will bo a program and presentation of tho past matrons pin. A special Invitation is extended to all members and visiting members Refreshments will bo sorved. Paront-Teachor Association will moot Wednesday, October 11 nt 3 p. bi. in tho central building. A largo attendanco is desired as thoro will bo election of ofllcorB. :o:- LIVE STOCK MARKETS Tho following quotations wore tho oponlng markets nt South Omaha this morning and wore received hero by tolcgrnph at 10 it. in. Cattle Boof stoors mostly steady, $11.85 paid. Stackers and feeders slow about 18 to 15 conts lower. Othor classes t stock gonorally fltondy. Hogs Medium and light bntchors steady to iOo lowor. Packing grades gonoral. ly steady closing woak. BUlk packing grades ?7.D0 to ?8.2G, Bulk 200 to 300 pound butchors $8X0 to $9. GO, top $9.60. W, W, G, will meet Thursday with MiBS'Dorothy Roso, 520 s" Chestnut. Lot us show you tho Parkor Duo fold Pon. A now supply JUBt rocolvoa Austin Jowolry Sloro, Keith Thoatro building. Mrs. Smlthey of Omaha is now in charge of our Boauty Parlor. Sho is nn oxporiencod operator and vory compotont in all linos of tho work. PleaBO cull or phono for an appoint mont. Boghtol-Mars. A Scries of Luncheons Mrs. J. L. Krauso will give a series of luncheons nt their homo. Tho first ono will be given Wednesday. KnlcrtnliiH nt Luncheon Mrs. Fred Waltcmath nhd daughtor Miss Elslo cntortnined at a luncheon Saturday in honor of Mrs. Rolfo Hal llgan. STOCRSHIPMENTS The following carloal shipments o ! livestock were mado from tho North Platto station of tho Union Pacific dur Ing tho woek ending oserday Omnha North Platto Poultry Co., 1 car of poultry to Now York. ' Rauch Live Stock Co., 1 car caftlo to Keystone. f " ! Wyoming Feed Co., 1 car cattle to Sholton. D. B. McNccl, 5 cars cattlo to South Omaha. are roturned to City Cleric Tno Mayor ami City Council rc sorvo tho right to reject any or all bids. Lscctlon 8, thence In a northorly di rection along tho east bank of tho canyon, on section C, to a point about 20 rods south of tho northeast corner 10, north of rnngo 27, wost of tho Oth P. M. Tho abovo described road ter minating nt road No. 292 and to bo any width up to GO foot that is nooea- Enlcrlulns for Mrs. Huntington Mrs. Carollno Hupfer will entertain this afternoon at her homo In honor i of Mrs, Huntington who Is visiting I hore from California. :o:- EnlertnliiK In Honor of Mrs. Hnlllffun Mrs. Honry Waltcmath assisted by Miss Alma Waltcmath and Mrs. Chas. Dixon will ontcrtnin nt a luncheon 'Saturday in honor of Mrs. Rolfo Hal- ligan of Lincoln who Is visiting with relatives in tho city. First Football Party Sovonty-flve students and tho foot ball toams nttonded tho party givon by tho Senior clnBS In tho auditorium Friday ovoning. A short program was given after whlen games woro played. At tho close of tho evening refreshments woro served. Entertains at Luncheon A beautifully appointed luncheon was given at tho homo of Mrs. W. T. Wilcox, Wedncsdny ot last week at ono o'clock. Tho assisting hostesses woro Mosdamos Bcclcr, Snydor, Pros sor, Church and MIsb McKay. This Is tho beginning of nn Interesting years work for Chnptor A k, P. E. O. :o; Following is tho commtttoo ot Uio North PIntto Woman's Club appointed to look after tho rooming of tho dole gatos to the stnto convention of Wo mon's Clubs. Thoy will appreciate hoarlng from anyone who will ontor taln ono or moro of tho delegates to tho convention. Mrs. R F. Cottorell, chnlrman; Mrs. Rnlph North, Mrs. Olllo Snllnbury, Mrs. York Hlnmon, Mrs. Jos. Roddy. Single and doublo mesh hair nob. Throo for 25c. Bogthol-Mars. A wedding ceremony was perform, ed Saturday by Judgo Woodhurst for Cecil S. Dunn 20 of Somerset and Miss Golda F. Ray 19 of Dickens. FOR SALEOur usual quality of young chickens Try us tills woek. Mrs. E. S. Glincs. Phono 5G4J. Mrs. II. S. Johnson and Miss Grace, Brctornitz left Sunday for Ponca, Nebr. whero they will attend tho 48th annual meeting of tho Nebraska Lutheran Synod. Tho local council of the Cnmpflro girls met last evening at tho homo of .Mrs. Adda Turpio and elected officers for tho coming year as foUows: Mrs. C. F. Koch, president; Miss Florence McKay, secrotary; Mrs. F. H. Barber, treasurer. NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORS :o:- Dr. Titus Lowe, formerly of First j Mothodist church, Omaha now sec retary ot tho Foreign Mission board i of tho Mothodist church spoko horoj last night to a good audlonco. Ho is carrying tho message of tho Centen ary to tho churches ovor tho country l and asking them to llvo up to their ( plodgod. His address was well received. -:o:- Tyrono Frazler loft Sunday for Sldnoy whoro sho will visit IlazoL and Marjory MnrtI who nro attond-! ing school thoro. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ' NO HUNTING This is notlco to' all huntors that you aro absolutely forbidden to hunt on lands owned and oporatod by mo, north of tho North Platto river .un der tho penalties of trespass pro vided by law. Honry HanBon i Claronco Coolldgo J. M. Calhoun T. C, GrosBhana II. G. Huckroldt Roy Row 0, McCrono N. Kolao iC. J. Barrett "" 'O. R. Smith R. T. WelltTer Lflutcr Slvlta JB. H. Lloyd F. G. Gosnel Frank Clark O. A. Orrln Soalod bids will bo recolved by Mr.j I. E. Ware, Seo'y PIntto Valloy Ir-1 rlgtitlon District at Horshoy, Nobrns-' ka until 10:00 a. in. of October 27,' 1022 for furnishing all labor and ma . torlnl necessary to construct a shoot piling dam two hundred and seventy flvo (275) .feet long in tho North Platto rtvor near Glonburnlo, Nobr., In; accordance with tho plans adopted! and now on Mo with tho Secretary.' Bids will o oponed by tho Board ot Dlroctovs in Horshoy, Nobr., at 10:00 n. m. October 2,7th, 1922. Tho right is reserved to roject any or nil bids. I. E. WARE, Soc'y, Horshoy, Nobr. Notice Ih hereby given that th0 May or and Concil of tho city of North PIntto, Nobraskn, will receive bids for paving, curbing and othor street im provements in Paving districts 13 and 15 In said city according to tho plans and specifications adopted and now on fll0 in tho offlco of tho City Clerk ot oald city. Snld bids will cover the, following typos of pavements, vortical flbro brick, asphaltlc concrete shoot as phalt, reinforced concrete and war ronito bltullthic. Tho engineer's ostlmnto on tho cost of paving and other Btroet improve ments in said two districts compris ing 31,330 squnro yards 1s as fol lows: Straight curb C"x20" $.54 por foot. Straight curb C"x24" $.70 per foot. Concreto drain boxos $1.20 per foot. 8 Inch cone, tllo $.55 per ft. Concreto manholes $4.00 por M. II. Grading nnd finishing $.32 por cu. yd. Vortical Fiber brjck on 5 In. concrete base $4.30 pod Bq. yd. Asphaltlc concreto on 5 hi. concreto baa $2.10 por sq. yd. N Sheet nsplinlt on 5 in. concrete base $2.25 por sq. yd. Reinforced concreto 8 In. thick $2.70 por sq. yd. Wnrronito Blthulithlc on 5 in, con crete bnso $2.25 por sq. yd. Wooden hoadors and posts $.50 per ft. Bldo muBt bo on fllo with tho City Clerk on or boforo October 17, 1922, at which time thoy will! bo opened be toro tho council. Thoy must bo on tho proposal in tho specifications, filling out ono proposal for each district separately. Tho proposals must not bo detached from tho specifications nnd must be accompanied by a certified check pny ablo to tho City Treasurer for an a mount oqual to thrcp por cent ot tho bid mado. Tho specifications shall bo furnished to paving contractors only upon ap plication to tho City Clerk for a foe of flvo dollars, said nmount to bo re turned when plans and specifications By ordor of tho City Council of I 0f section 5, thenco crossing canyon , sary to mako a good road, has re- North Platto, Nobr., Oct. 3rd 1922. E. H. EVANS, O. E. ELDER, Mayor. Clerk. (Seal) EXTENSION ROAD NO. 82 To Whom It May Concern: Tho special commissioner appointed to locate a public road as follows: Commcnctngg at tho Northwest corner of section 10, Township 16, pngo 26, and running thenco east along tho north line of said section 16, to a point approximately 20 rods or to tho odgo of the tablo to a point ap proximately 8j) rods; thonco in a' Northeasterly direction following tho old trail past tho houso of E. C. Brown; thenco Vn a northeasterly direction striking tho draw or canyon near tho southwost corner ot tho Northeast quarter of Section 9, Township 16, Rango 20, thence fol lowing tho draw in a northorly di rection on through Section (4) town ship 16 Rango 26 striking tho main road along tho north lino of said sec tion 4 about 20 rods oast of tho northwest cornor ot tho northeast quartor ot said soction 4, township 16, rango 26, has reported in favor thereof, any ono having objection thorcto or claims for damages by abovo described road must fllo same in offlco of County Clork of Lincoln County, on or boforo 12 o'clock noon of tho 10th day ot Novorabor, 1922 or Bald road will bo allowed without roferenco thereto. Road to bd 50 foot wide. Wltnoss my hand and seal this 28th day of Sopterabor, 1922. A S. ALLEN, Co. Clerk. .... . ,nnd going north 20 rods along tho , 'ported In ravor tuereot, anyono aav i north sldo of tho canyon to tho north-; Ing objections thereto or claims for ; cast corner of section 5, thenco north ' damages by tho foason ot tho cIa-, jabout 240 rods on tho west section llfihlng of tho abovo described road lino ot section 33, townsnlp 10, range . must uio tuo same in tno oinco oi io 27, wost, thenco In a northcastorly County Clerk of Lincoln County, No dlroctlon nround a head of a canyon braska, on or boforo 12 noon of tho to a point about 15 rodB oast of the 10th day of November,, 1922, or. said northwest corner of soction 33, thenco ' road will bo allowed without rcforeoco east about 140 rods along or as j thereto. near as practical, tho soction lino bo- Wltnoss my hand. and official seal twen sections 33 und section 28, to th0 28th day ot September, 1922. tho northeast corner of tho north- A. S. ALLEN, west quarter of section 83, township , County Clork. . EXTENSION ROAD NO. 205 To Whom It May Concern: Tho special1 commissioner appointed to locato a public road as follows: Commencing at road No. 205 at tho northeast corner of section 29, town aout 520 rods, onor near tho sec tion lino as practical, thenco in a head of tho canyon and back to tlJo soction lino, thenco north to tho north east corner of soction 17, thenco in n northwesterly di rection down n rldgo about 160 rods to tho main canyon, thenco in a northeasterly direction tilong tho cast bank of tho canyon on 'section 8, to tho north lino of section 8, about 20 roflB wost of tho northeast cornor of 3o minut to build a V V seconds to do this For that little welcome warmth morning and evening that "takes the chill off the house", use the quick-heating, clean, cheery electric heater. It costs money to build a furnace fire even a small fire. Every shovelful of coal counts this year. An electric heater costs only about 5 cents an hour for steady warmth no fire-building, and no ashes afterwards. Try it. r Electric Portable Heaters $5.50 and Up. North Platte Light & Power Co. mi EXTENSION ROAD NO. M To Whom U May Conora:- The special commissioner appointed to locate a publio road as follows: Commencing S. W, Cornor ot Bee, 11 T 10 R 29 and oxtendlag two miles north to county line, has reported la favor thereof, any one having objec tions thereto or claims for damages ly reason ot the establishing ot the sjbove described road must file same In tho office of the county clork ot Llacoln County, Nebraska, on or bo fore 12 o'clock aoon or the 10th day of Noveiabor, 1923, or ld road will be allowod without Teforence thoreto. Wltnoss my hand and official seal this 23th day ot September 1928, A. 8. Alton, Couaty Clerk, 75 Delmcr Anderson's Sale of Head o! Duroc Jersey Hogs 75 Will be held at his place five miles south and one mile west of Lexington, Nebr., on Tuesday, October 17th, 1922 42 Spring Boars. 3 Fall Boars. 30 Sprint Gilts. Free Lunch at Noon Sale Immediately After. Jensen and Raser, Auctioneers. An inspection tour for those desiring to look over our herd of 1200 head will begin at eleven o'clock. lL JTIU T riL SALE! Owing to the iact that I have purchased the General Tire Agency for Lincoln, I'must reduce my present large stock, so as to find a ready buyer for my North Platte store. The entire stock of General Tires and Tubes will be placed upon the market at Prices Greatly Reduce Tuesday, Oct. 10th, Until Stock is Properly Reduced. ALL SIZES AT SALE PRICE. Every General Tire is Guaranteed. . V. General Tire Company. PHONE 1099.