The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, February 20, 1920, Image 6
HERE IS ANOTHKIl SMASH AT THK JIIUII COST OF LIVING FOLLOW THK CROWD COMB J5AKLV AS SOMU OF TIIKSK ITEMS WILL HE fiOXK 11J:F0JN: THKSK TWO HAYS AHU 1'ASSKI). Friday and Saturday, Feb. 20-21 JT WILL FAY YOU TO JH'V Til USE ITEMS HY THE CASE AT THESE PJUCES. LW Soda Crackers in G to 7 11). boxes, per lb. l(5e 2 pkg. Quaker Rolled Oats 25c 1 25c Glass Sliced Beef 2ic 2 pkg. Puffed Rice 35c 4 Tall Carnation Milk 58c 4 Small Carnation Milk '---20c 4 Cans Standard Corn , -rr- 52p 4 Cans Standard Peas 52c 4 Cans Standard No. 2 Tomatoes , 52c: 2 Cans Standard No. 3 Pumpkin 30c 2 Cans No. 1 Van Camp's Pork and Beans 21c 2 Cans No. 1 Oysters 33q 1 Pt. Jar Queen Olives 40c 3 Bars Victor Toilet Soap 25c 3 Bars Lava Toilet Soap 25c 3 Bars P. and G. White Naphtha Soap 25c 3 Bars Crystle White Soap 20c 1 30c Can Calumet Baking Powder 25c 1 25c Can K. C. Baking Powder 21c I 40c Can Ityzon Baking Powder , 33c 1 Can 25c Fancy Sifted Peas 22c 1 Can 25c Fancy Country Gentleman Corn 22c Homo Rendered Lard 1 II). or 50 lb. per lb 25c GAMBLE with SPRINGER, No. 1, 220 North Locust, IMione 20.'!. No. 2, 110 East B Street, Phono 400. Xo. H, 021 Kast Fourth, I'hoiic 071. No. I, Si! I Wnt Third, Phono No. 75. CITY AX1) COUNTY NEWS. I Petticoats-Petticoats. Have you ' noon tlio pretty combinations In the Jerseys now being shown for spring? E. T. Tramp and Sons. Dixon & Hon, Might Specialists. Mm. A. D. McGovem has accepted . u position as office assistant to Dr. Hrock. i The Catholic Lad I oh will hold a Kilo of pled, bread and rakes al Ma lonoy'a store Saturday The season's best styles In suits now being shown at 10 T. Tramp and Sons' Ready to Wear. When in North l'latte stop at the New Hotel Palace and Cafe. You will ho treated well. C8tf Miss Opal Watts, who. has been ser iously ill with pnoumonia, Is reported to bo Bomowhal Improved. Illouwn or every description In a big variety cf sty,los and all the now aprlhg slrados. 13. T. TRAMP & SONS. Miss Lena Meyers, first assistant a thu Hrock Dental offices, has been 111 for the past week with an attack of the flu. "Rack to God's Country" Is a picture und it's a bird; in fact several birds and sixteen wild animals and it's com nig to the Keith March 3-1. M'sb Minnlo Williams, a clerk at the Wilcox Department Store receiv ed a. liiosano Wednesday calling her to iu home in St. Paul. Tlir ll:-.t of a series of monthly morning musicals will be given Sun (!:' men tut. FMj. 22, during the 11 'lo"U s . .-vice at the Presbyterian church. Siy.i j - C ii,, , ,.,ny hcvuliful j;ons to be seen here with John Coji'o jlli.i'inft- and fasinating musical success "FLO-FLO" and Iler PERFECT "3(i" Chorus coming to KEITH'S THUATRE NORTH PLATTE, ' ' . FRIDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 27. - : PRICES. $1.00 to $2.00. Plus Tax. 8:15 Curtain. ' R. A. PHILLIPS Heatmgjind Pkmbiag Co. Wo will bo ready to do all kinds of Heating and Plumbing work after March 1st, and will gladly give esti mates on all work. All Material Used Will Be of First Gradesa and the work will bo done by thorough, competent work men and will be guaranteed in every respect. If you are contemplating building or remodeling let us figure on your work, wo will try to make you reason able prices both for now work or repair. No job too largo, none too small. Phone Red I5S. Residence 1303 East (51 h St. Politics art' .Showing Life. Politics began to show life this week when US. S. Davis llled Ills peti tion as a candidate for the republican nomination for legistlatlve represen tative from the Sixty-eighth district to auccoed himself, and Henry Coker of Sutherland, filed for the republican noinlnntlon for county commissioner for the Third district. J. S. Koch's term as commissioner expires next Jnnimry and he has announced that ha will not be a candidate for re-election. Now that thes filings have been made H Is probable that others will 1)1)11 IUIJUW. : :o: : Orr (Joes to Cinclnimif. J. Stanley Orr, who under the gov rnment administration lm been act ing as ticket agent 'for the Union Pa cific at North Platte has received word of his appointment as district passenger agent at Cincinnati, Ohio, and is expecting to report there March first. As ClnrlnaM was theft- former home Mr. Orr and family art- anticipating with a great deal of pleasure the re suming of relations broken off by the necessities of war. Mr. Orr's successor as ticket agent In this city has not yet been named. ::o:: Twentieth Century Cub. Tho Twentieth Century Club will meet on Tuesday afternoon. February twenty-fourth, with Mrs. E. Coates. :i21 South Sycamore St. Mrs. .1. b. Davis and Mrs. Harold Rlnlock will be assistant hostesses. The program dealing with "What Amorica Is Giving to tho Immigrant" Is in the capable hands of Mrs. ( . r . Spencer. MRS. STANLEY ORR, Pres. Cof. ::o:: Subscriptions to Itudgel. Committees have been out this week soliciting funds for the Cham ber of Commerce budget for the cur- ent year, and up to noon yesterday the subscriptions totaled between ten and eleven thousand dollars. Tho mark set for tho budget Is fifteen thousand dollars, and by tho way busi ness men and others arc subscribing tho committees feel confident that the $15,000 mark will be reached when the canvass Is completed. One thing that is gratifying to tho committees is the cheerfulness with which those solicited respond, prac tically everyone subscribing tho amount which the commlttco had as sessed against them. With Slfi.OOO to use durlne: the voar. and with live 'and progressive officers at tho helm, the Chamber of Com merce will accomplish much good for the city and county. A Rrlillant Musical Comedy. Heroes from Oshkosh do not often hold the Attention of Now York audi ences for an ontiro season, but this situation occurred with FLO-FLO. John Cort's brilliant musical hit. which ho Is bringing to tho Keith Theatre Friday, Feb. 27. This young man from tho Wisconsin viflago is loved by an American heir ess, who is betrothed to a bogus Span ish Count; and FLO-FLO, a beautiful crset model who is a vampiro at heart. Rilly, as ho Is known In tho program, Is ably assisted in his romantic careor by tho only comedy chorus In exis tence, every member of which is a perfect "36." Tho Rrido Shop Lin- gorio Emporium is tho gorgeous sot ting for tho scenes, with Its living models draped In gorgeous diaphanous costumes. Must Change Location. Chance to buy a good homo cheap Good seven room house, wash house, garage, coal houso and other improve ments; (1 good lots, 3 blocks cast and 7 blocks south of tho 10c store. Prlco $4000. F. II. AVoodgato, Phono Rlack 149. 11-5 : :o: : Stylish Stout Coats, Suits, Dresses and Outflttlngs. sizes 42M- to 54 at tho Stylo Shop. Crystal, Saturday and Monday. TOM MOORE IN "Lord and Lady Algy" Tho snappiest Tom Mooro picture in a long tlmo that's saying a lot isn't is, A real racing drama that will kocp you sitting on tho edge of your seats Comedy special Saturday Oh, You East Lynne.. Monday Whose Little Wife are You? Titan 10-20 Kerosene " Tractor Wo can savo you money on Grocorles Why I Bocauso wo huvo no overhead cxponso as somo merchants have Quality Goods. Such woll-known brands as Sun KIst Dol Monto, Mogul and sob-Foot Can ncd Goods. Wo dollvor Frosh Meat with Grocery ordors It doslred. A trial ordor moans a steady customer Phono 212. DICK STEGEMAN. FHKK RF.I.IVKRY, DEMEMBER this when you buy a tractor Harvester service is a A reliable and very important thing you get " thrown in" when you buy the tractor named above. It safeguards your entire outfit Power, Machine, Hitch ! Later on, if you need a tractor part you will get it with the same dispatch and certainty of perfect fit that you have experienced in con nection with your binders and mowers. Titan 10-20 kerosene tractor is built to operate from start to finish oh low priced kerosene (coal oil), or distillate. It does more than simply run on kerosene it delivers its full-rated horse power or does any kind of work within its capacity on any kind of oil fuel above 39 degrees Baume. This means that at the present prices of gasoline and kerosene in this locality you will save fully one-half your fuel costs over a tractor of equal horse power operating on gasoline. Getting down to a dollars-and-cents basis, if a Titan 10-20 is used, you will be able to make a saving of $1,000 on fuel alone in five years of 1,000 hours' work each. A Titan 10-20 will furnish dependable power in all seasons. For field, road or belt work it can be used day and night if the case demands. It will do this work at the least possible expense. It will be to your advantage to know the Titan 10-20. Come in and look it over. The best time is now. SAMSON TRACTOR Delivered on your place complete with platform, fenders, belt pulley and two bottom plow equipped with either style bottom for $985.00. Please bear in mind that this is a throttled governed engine and will burn'either gas oline or kerosene without any changes Will develop its horse power at either draw bar or at the belt and is especially adapt ed where a heavy engine is prohibitive. FOR SALE BY Derryberry & Forbes Impt. Co. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA A'l KIOTK MKKTINU SUMJAY AT FRANKLIN AUIM'I OUIIJ.M Just received a new shipment of ruby rings for tho lady's finger. Some very new patterns. Dixon, the jewol- A fitting climax to Americanization or- week In North Platte will be tho meet ing to bo hold Sunday afternoon, Feb- The music pupils of St. Patrick's school are preparing a musical pro gram which will no given in the ruary 22d in the Franklin auditorium scil00i nlii 0n Monday and Tuesday at three-thirty o'clock, under tho an-, evenings, Feb. 2I!rd and 24th. The pices of the Twentieth Century Club, ' program will begin at eight o'clock. tho Daughters of tho American Revo-' Tio Stylo bhop announces now . , , ' , , T . spring arrivals of Ladles and Misses lution and the American Legion. To (,'oat gult3 Bnd Dresses. Also tt tho latter organization has been dole- special created department of Stylish gated tho duty as well as tho privilege Stouts, sizes 42 to 54 in coats, of conferring the French War Memor- suits, dresses and outiittings. ials from tho French government 1IKlu.:FOitl BULLS FOlt SALE. through tho United States government nniHgtnr.,, Tirffnr.i nulls for salo upon the next of kin of thoso who ; 0n Lincoln Highway, six mllos oast of made tho supremo sacrifice in tho North Platto, world war. Tho North Platte Chapter , Jzl covers tho greater part of Lincoln county and the government has desig nated thoso to whom tho honor is due. Tho Row R. O. Mackintosh, command er of tho Post, will direct tho meet ing, nnd representatives of tho G. A R., Spanish War Veterans, Women's Relief Corps and tho Red Cross will bo guests of honor. Tho public is invited and urged to Join on this mo morablo occasion In appreciation of our glorious heritage o citizenship and in reverent homago to thoso who gave their lives to preserve tho lib erty, that Is our birthright. Tho committee In chargo is as fol lows: Mrs. Georgo Frator, president nnd Mrs. Stnnloy Orr of tho Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. II. M. Grimes, ro- gent, and Mrs. C. F. Sponcor, past re gent of tho D. A. R. and J. T. Koofe, Ray Cochran and Francis J. Sandall of tho Amorlcan Legion. Tho program will bo: Star Spangled Banner North Platto Military Rand. Opening Remarks J. E. Evans, Past Commander G. A. R. Song Rattle Hymn of Republic Community Chorus and audlonco. Addross Row R. O. Mackintosh, Post Commander North Platto Post Amorlcan Legion No. 1C3. Song God Savo Amorica Com munity Chorus. Addross Hon. H. M. Grimes. Marseilles North Platto Military IJand. Presentation of French Government Momorlal Certificates by Post Com mander nnd Staff. Song Amorica Community Chorus and Audlonco. ::o::' For Sale Stool Eight-foot wind mill and new towor, 4-inch cylinder and piping. Inqutro of R. McFarland. oast end of 14th stroot. 10-2 J. A. JACKSON. Keith, Saturday. JUNE ELVIDGE IN Coax .9' a picture gentle in theme but fragrant with the spring time and love. Comedy special Hungry Lions and Tender Hearts. mm Are You A Barbarian? A relic of barbarism is the old stoop and nib method of washing. Years and years ago, before mankind knew anything of modern conveniences, the women of barbar ic tribes and half civilized peoples, would go to the sea shore or to the banks of streams, and there they would squat with the few ragged garments about them that were to be washed. They would rinse them and rub them on stones and repeat the process until their easily satis fied standards of cleanliness had been met with. Today, the modern woman has manifold duties com pared with the wife of the savage. She has many, many more clothes to wash. On every hand she sees labor sav ing devices for her husband and his co-workers, and yet SHE BENDS HER BACK OVER A TUB TO WASH JUST AS NATIVES DID YEARS AND YEARS AGO. "Why do you delay installing a modern washing ma chine in your home? Why do you surround yourself with modern furniture and electricity and running water and numerous other things that make life worth living, and yet persist in using wash board's or dilapidated old ma chines of the long ago? Come in and talk it over with us. We want to help every woman in this community to do her washing easier. W. R. Maloney Co.