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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY .TRIBUNE I1C1IS OF THE Y 1 DUPUTY GAME WARDEN AIUIEST MAN" FOR HUNTING WITH A RIFLE ORGANIZATIONS WHAT IS BBING DONE MY THE DIKi'EKENT LODGES AND SOCIETIES MASONIC Tuesday, October 17, 8 p. m. En. tored Approntlco Degree CATHOLIC Gall II. Current, deputy gaino war Jden of Nobraska appeared In countr .court Friday and Saturday with a number of local men whom he ' charged with violating tho gamo laws of the state. Ralph Shaw v (was charged with hunting gamo with a , rifle and with hunting without a game license. He was fined $15 and j costB on tho last chargo but tho war don allowed tho first count to bo dismissed after ho had conilsticatcd tho rifle.. Ben B. Shaw was fined ?15 and costs for hunting without uins emu win meet tins BvcuiBia license. William J. Houso paid at tho K, C. hall. tn0 Bamo amount upon conviction or WTOTVJFCinAY tho Bamo cnnrB. Claudo Scoloy Chapter A. K. P. E.O. will meet with !was huntlnS nnd shot a bluo cran0 Mrs. W. J. Hendy, 703 West 3rd. , J' Is not a gamo bird. Ho was fined $15 and costs. Russell Bell ALPHA DELPHIAN , .was arrested on tho chargo of unlaw. Will hold a meeting In tho Franklin 1 fully selling game. Frank J. Collins building this afternoon. 'manager of tho U. P. hotel at this Mrs. Thos. Green and mother Mrs. Lydia Dcarlng left yostcrday for Grand Island and Camel, Ncbr., 'whero they will visit for sovoral weeks. Clinton's for Byo Glasses. MrB. R F. Harnan loft this morn ing for her home at Douglas, Wyo., after visiting with friends in tho city for a few days. nlnnn fllnnnanrl nf frnmn in n illnlnf car steward. Tt Is said tho parties CHRISTIAN T .ml loo AM SnHntv will meet TllUrS-i day, Oct. 19th in tho church . baso-j who ordorcd tho eamo on tho diner ment. A good attendance is desired. are also implicated. Boll and Col- Uns pleaded not guilty and their N1CAFIGEE I trial was set for Nov. 1. Bell is out CampHro will meet this evening ; on $800 bonds hwilo Mr. Collins gave at tho home of Alico Smith. All j ?500 bonds. Tho chargo against members are requested to bo present. ; Russell Boll is that ho sold seven t pralrlo chickens and it is said tho JEFFERSON nno i8 ?10n for each bird sold. Tho Parent-Teachers association will j cag0 . nBamst Mr ColUns has fo do moot Wednesday at 3 o'clock In tho . wta threQ wlld duckg school building. ' :o. - , Mrs. Susan Hulbort of Elm Creek PRESBYTHRIAN . lg vlgUlng her alstor Mrs M M nf triMHUHnHi ?Ia4y. . Will womans miaoijr . Doty. She Is also attending tho moot Friday with Mrs. m. -urosoy, , Teachors convcntlon. 013 West 5th St. , , Danceland the popular amuse- CATIIOLIC mont hall of tho city. Now under Tho Lady Foresters will holJ a management of the American Legion special meeting to-morrow afternoon j orchestra. at the K. C. hall. ' Fi L Tiernoy returned Tuesday LUTHERAN ' from Sidney whero ho has been act- Aid society will meet In the church ! le as ticket agent during the nb basement at 3 o'clock Thursday. They sonce of Mr. Gross. will Do entertained ny a vonm.eer Tho Ladle3 Auxiliary of tho Patriot committee. Militant meet Wednesday evening in LUTHERAN tno F lml1. Several now Young peoplo missionary society j members wcro taken In. will meet this evening with Misses, Everett Stoll of Omaha, traveling Graco and Fern Brcternitz at 602 S freight agent for tho Chicago Great Chestnut street Western' railroad, transacted business in the city Wednesday METHODIST The members of tho ladles aw II. T. Minkler, of Omaha, District passenger ..agent for. tho Chicago Great Northwestern railroad, was n business visitor In tho city Wednes day. Good pooplo, good music and a good floor mako Dancoland every' "ov- H. Moore left this morning Saturday night. '" " V 1 ' 1 1 111 111 " "- 1 1 I" 1 1 1 i ' 1 .. 1 I '. , 1 .. . Mr. and Mrji. Doll .Huntington loft, mount equal to thr.v por cent of tho! ,,Tho Mayor and City Council ra yesterday for th6lr homo In Lon bid made. ! , '. - sorve the right tor rojoct; any or atj Beach, California after spending son. I bids. ,, '' By order of tho City Council o(, North Platte, Ncbr., Oct. 3rd 1922. E. Ill' EVANS, tm. - I t I . m t . eral months In tho city visiting rola- ' 1,0 sPiiicauons snau i0 lurnisncu , jjvca to paving contractors only upon np-j Clinton's for Eyo Service. lCnli l th ?,,ly -C,ork R.fC f 1 for Qothonburg to Right reunion. turned when plans and specifications 1 0. aro roturnwl to City Clerk. E. ELDER, Clerk. Mayor. (Seal) . NO HUNTING This Is notice to all hunters that you aro absolutoly forbidden to hunt on lands owned and operated by mo, north of tho North Platto river .un der tho penalties of trespass pro vided by law. Henry Hanson Clrfronco Coolldgo J. M. Calhoun' T. C. Grosshans ilx G. Huckfeldt Roy Rosb i .T. C. McCrono N. Kolso C. J. Barrett C. R. Smith H. T. Wellivor Lester Slvits E. n. Lloyd F. C. Gosnel Frank Clark C. A. Orrln EXTENSION ROAD NO. CI have chosen Friday, December 15tn for tho day on which to servo their supper apd bazaar. CATHOLIC Junior choir will hold a social Fri day afternoon and evening at the school hall. Homo made candy will J went an operation bo sold at 50c a pound. Real Estate Mortgages bought and sold, T. C. Patterson. Julius Cornell left Wednesday for Green River, Wyo. after spending several days in tho city visiting his brother Chas. Cornell. Tho small son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wujek of Keystone under- at tho Platte Valley hospital yesterday. - " Tho sma11 son of Mr- an(1 Mrs- METHODIST .Russell Baker of Wallaco underwent Mrs. Cranes Elulo Class will enter-1 tain the Home and Cradle Roll Dept.,; op"a1U" , at , Ul PlaU Thursday, afternoon in the church. I Valley 0SPItal Wednesday. Cradle roll certificates will bo given at Mr- and Mrs- W. W. Groves re thls time ' 1 turncd tno flrat of tlie week from Yankton," South Dakota whero they METHODIST 'have been visiting for some time. Woraans Homo Missionary Society will meet In tho church parlorsFrl-j day afternoon. The first chapter or, NOTICE OF PETITION TCafjitn No. im.1 nf Tlnhfirt A. Mn. the study book will bo presented In KnIght deceased ln tho County Court a new and interesting way An 1 of Lincoln County, Nebraska, ladles of the church arc Invited. Tho State of Nobraska. To all Rradlcy.MontRomory. persons Interested In said Estate . :o: tako notice that a petition has been Miss Caroline Bolton of San Diego, filed for tho appointment of William California, arrived here Monday s. McKnight as Administrator of said evening and will visit her sister, Mrs. estate, which has been set for hear- W. H. McDonald for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Arnold left this morning for Rochester, Minn., whero they wcro called by tho serious illness of tho lattcrs slstor Miss Elsio Howes. ing herein on November 3, 1922 at 10 o'clock A. M. , Dated October 4, 1922. Wm. H. C. Woodhurst, County Judgo -jAVE YOUR PAINTING DONE with Pure White Lead and Linseed Oil, by Painters that know how. This is the best time in the year for outside painting and my price is right on guar anteed work. Paperhanging and Interior Decor ating a specialty- My Wall Paper Stock is priced to sell. Estimates furnished on request. H. H. LANDGRAF, Ritner Building, 113 W. 6th St. Phone 570W NOTICE TO VOTEItS Tho registration books will bo open at tho office of tho City Clerk durlnc all of the month of October. All thoso wishing to register call Uioro and do so before November 1st, 1922. City Clerk. E. O. ELDER, NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORS Notice Is hereby given that th0 May or ami Concll of tho city of North Platte, Nebraska, will recolvo bids for paving, curbing and other street Im provements ln Paving dlBtricta 13 and 15 in said city according to tho plans and specifications adopted and now on fllo in tho offlco of the City Clerk of said city. Said bids will covor tho following types of pavements, vertical flbro brick, asphaltlc concrete, shoot as phalt, rolnforeed concrete nnd war renlte bltulithic. The engineer's estimate on tho cost of paving and other Btrcct improve ments in said two districts compris ing 31,330 square yarefs Is as fol lows: Straight curb G"x20" ?.C4 per foot. Straight curb C"x24" $.70 por foot. Concrete drain boxes $1.20 por foot. 8 inch cone, tllo $.55 por ft. Concrete manholes $4.00 per M, H. Grading and finishing $.32 por cu. yd. Vortical Fiber brick on 5 In. concrete base $4.30 pod Bq yd. Asphaltlc concrete on 5 In. concroto huso $2.10 per sq. yd. Sheet asphalt on 5 In. concrete base $2.25 por sq. yd. Reinforced concrete 8 In. thick $2.70 per sq. yd. Wnrrenlto Blthullthlc on 5 ln. con crete base $2.25 per 'sq. yd. Wooden headers and posts $.50 per ft. BIdo must bo on fllo with tho City Clork on or boforo October 17, 1922, at which time they wlh bo opened bo foro, tho council. They must bo on tho proposal In tho specifications, filling out ono proposal VOTE FOR L. L. ESERTHEl Democratic and Progressive Candidate for SHERIFF. Bollcvesjn enforcement of nil laws. Two terms Is long enough for any man to hold an office. 1 BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS To whom It May Concern: The special commissioner nppolntcd to locate a public road as follows: Commencing at tho corner of sec tions 13,. 14, 23 and 24 township 13, j N. range. 30 W., running thence north on lino between, sections 13 and 14 ono mile, thence northerly through sections 11, 10 pntl 9, said town ship and rongo following the south bank of tho channel of tho Platto river to the Intersection with road No. (5 ending there Said road to bo CC feet wide. Has reported in favor thereof, anyone having objec tions tlmrntn or claims for damaft by reason of tho establishing of thSffor each district separately, abovo doscrlbcd road must fllo Bamo ; The proposals must not be detached ln tho offlco of tho County Olork ofjfroni the specifications and mitBt be Lincoln 'County, Nebraska on or be-1 accompanied by a certified check pay foro 12 o'clock noon on tho 19th day able to the City Treasurer for an a- of November 1922, or satd road will 'Zrr . . 6 w,'r,? rr:r,'.7x an We have just added this lino to our House Furnish ing Dept. j Get our 'prices before buying. If you don't we both loose. W. R. Maloney Co. this 28th day of Sept., ,1922. A. S. ALLEN, County Clerk, Theo L owe for County Clerk. November 7th, 1922. HI 'If THE UNIVERSAL CAR NEW PRICES Rose Dennis North, Candidate for Superintended of Lincoln County Schools. North Platte, Nebr. Hi En bri Hi 7th 9 NEW PRICE $23S. 269, 1 Hoso Dennis North, North Platto, I Nobraska, candidate for the offlco of j Superintendent of Lincoln County ! Schools, has had twenty continuous i voars of teaclilntr txtinr!innn In ' I . I 1 1 - . , . a M ' i iu . ii, cuy mm .Nurjiuu scuoois oi Michigan, Indiana, 'Missouri and Nebraska. 2 Was for two years Supervisor and for two years Principal of City Nor , mal at Fort Wayno, Indiana; for six' years was teacher of Methods In tho Stato Teachers' Collego at War rensburg, Missouri. 3 Experience ln Lincoln county con slats of teaching intermediate grados In Plntto Valloy Bchool; Principal of Lincoln building ln North Platto and Instructor of Normal Training ln tho North Platto High Schooh 4 Hos taught ln Teachers' IifkltutcB , In Missouri nnd in four counties in Nebraska. C Holds si B. Pd. degree from Stato' Teachers' Collego at Ypsllantl,1 Michigan. C Was mado Chairman of the Pri-, mary Section at tho last District1 Teachers' Association. 1 7 Has had two primary text books accepted by publishers. 8 Is active In local Woman'a Club, National Dolphlan Chapter and Church and Sunday School. IK m m Fo O. B. DETROIT Effective Today, October 1 OLD PRICE Chassis $285.00 Runabout: 319.00 Touring Car 348.00 Truck Chassis ! 430.00 380 Coupe 580.00 S30 Sedan 645.00 595 Lowest Prices of Ford Cars in the History of the Ford Motor Co. Give us Your Order Today and Insure Early Delivery. HENDY-0GIER AUTO CO. Authorized Ford Dealers NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Present Ford Prices Are the Lowest Ever Quoted.