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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1921)
NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
Spring Is Here 1
'I hWiBllM M II'
GIFTS,' THAT LAST
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CLINTON, THE JEWELER
Clinton and Fori, The Eye Glass Men
Sign of the Big Ring. Satisfaction Sure Try Us
DR. 0. il. CRESSLER,
Otlice oyer the McDonald
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
l'cggy beads, latest out,. Clinton, tho
Mrs. Sailers Is reported to be 111 nt
W. II, Dugun of DIckoiiB was In the
Paul JoncH Middles Just received at
Wilcox Department Store.
Chas. Turner of Dickens wns a city
Mr. nnd Mrs. Polndextor left Wed
nesdtly for Donvor.
Mrs. Joo Sullivan of Urady shopped
In tho city yesterday.
Sco tho silks being featured nt the
Wilcox Department Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Trent hnvo mov
ed to tho Huckloy Plats.
Mrs. W. K. Scott of Ilershoy visited
In tho city yesterday,
J. T, Koofo transacted lcgnl busi
ness In Ogalulla yesterday.
Mrs. dco. Roberts of Maxwell shop
ped In tho city Wednesday.
Julius Plzor loft Wednesday for
Chicago to transact business.
Betty Sinclair of Omaha Is visiting
friends In tho city this week.
Now lino ot yard wido percales ut
19o at tho Wilcox Department Store.
Mrs. C. B. Vosy of Oniahn Is visit
ing friends In tho city this woek.
ft H. Nelson of Omaha wns ti busi
ness visitor In tho city yesterday.
Poggy boads, worn around tho neck
or bracolot. Clinton tho Jewolor.
L. U. Darr of Grand .Island trans
acted huslnoss In tho city yesterday.
Jj K. Vend) of Sutherland, trans
acted business in tho city yesterday.
j)itmmor lino of Munslngwoar Just
rocclwd at Wilcox Dopartmont Store.
Ed Schatz will lonyo noxt Aveok for
Omaha where ho will tako treatments,
Mrs. Phil Plzor wont to nurinlng
lmnn Ala., Wednesday to visit friends.
Swift's Premium JIams 32o pound
McQovorn & Stack, phono 80-81. Frco;
Mrs. T. N. Arnold loft- tho first of
the week for Manchester, In., to visit
her mother. '
You could have a Fox Trot "If a
wish could mnko It so"---Dixon's Music
C. O. Dodmoro went to llorshoy yos
turday to tnko a picture of thp pupils
of tho city schools.
Soo tho now spring lino ot oroopors
and rompers at Wilcox Dopartmont
Miss Sylvia Prazlor Is off duty this
week at tho W. J. O'Connor Btbro on
account of Illness.
Tin: uxciujitciiEu citizen.
Thoro Is tniito a largo number of
cllzons In North Platto who claim no
church affiliation; very fow though
who do not hnvo a church prcforenco,
and who do not llko to attond toccn
stonnlly. Almost nono of our citizens
but who at somo tlmo or other noods
tho services of tho minister and tho
church.- Of you tho unchurche'd clt
lzon of our city wo would ask n fair
(lUOBtlon "Would you enro to llvo in
North Platto If thoro woro no churches
to nttond, no Sunday Schools to which
to send your children?"
It Is tho shurch mombors who koop
up tho church, nnd make It -posslblo
for you to havo a church, to attond.
You arc enjoying blosslngs without
sharing In tho responsibilities. It you
bollovo tho church Is n good thing for
tho community, so say by nllylng your
aolf with tho church , and supporting
hor morally and financially. Tho
"Church with tho Opon Door' will bo
glad to wolcomo. you to hor mombor
hlp. If you do not attend nny church,
como to "THE CHURCH OF THE
OPEN DOOR" noxt Sunday at either
cloven or eight.
You will bo heartily welcome.
Thoro Is room for all.
'The Church oi
Forty years offuithful
Located on Fifth Street at Sycatnor, '
Rev. C. Franklin Koch, Pastor.
Mrs. L. Grcnnan and son left yes
terday for Omaha where tho latter
will take treatments.
Mrs. J. A. Ward has accepted a pos
ition in Mock's outfitting storo In the
Mrs. M. 13. Shook returned to her
homo in Lexington yestcrdny after
Visiting friends In tho city.
Miss Freda Slacker who was opera
ted on at tho Qcnoral Hospital recent
ly Is getting along nicely i
Miss Mabol MoVickcr who has boon
transacting business in this -city loft
for Lexington last evening.
Mr. nnd, Mrs. P. Wobor returned to
their homo in Broadwater yesterday
nftcr visiting friends in tho city.
Wo aro now showing tho Spring lino
of BuciUn packages and stamped
goods. Wilcox Department Store.
Edward Guynan loft yesterday for
! his homo In Schuyler after visiting nt
tho W. II. LoDIoyt homo for two wceko
Mrs. Fnnnlo Murphy returned Wed
nesday from Creston, Iowa, whoro she
had been called by tlus illness of a sis
tor. Don't neglect that order for your
now Edison Diamond Disc phonograph
there Is no, substitute. Dlxon'H Music
Mrs. P. J. Wurtclo and Helen ftlch
61b will loavo for their homo near Osh
koBh Sunday after visiting friends in
Aaron Kane, who has been taking
treatments In tho Platte Vnlloy Hos
pital left yesterday for his homo in
Dickens. ; '
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. McOraw will
loavo tho first of tho week for Min
nesota whoro Mrs. McGraw will un
dergo nn operation,
Miss Whlttakcr will havo a nice lino
nf tailored hats on display at E. T.
Tramp & Sons Rcady-to-Wcar, Friday
nnd Saturday of this week.
Tho four hoiiHOH on East Fourth
street belonging to D. MoFarland
Worp sold to W. L, Eggovs this, week
through the RoborM Bros. Land Co. .
Mrs. Louise Coggen, who has been
taking troatmont In tho Platto Valley
hospital was ahlo to return to her
homo In Sutherland yestorday,
Miss Whtttakor is moving her stock
of Millinery Into tho now location nt
COG Locust. Sho will be ready for bus
iness thoro on and nftor Monday,
Members of tho Country Club held
a bnnquot Wednesday evening nt, tho
Elks Homo nnd oloctod directors for
the coming year as follows Ed. Dlckoy,
(v, M. Nowton nnd Arthur Plumor
E. II. Evans nppeared beforo tho
Council Tuesday evening nnd asked it
to pnss an ordinance) slmplyfylng tho
voting on tho Sundny picture show
lAutter. It seoms that undor tho
referendum law tho whole ordlnnnco
iniiBt nprear on tho ballot. This
would bo oxpouslva and cumbersomo
an I the avorago voter would not bo
able to understand tho ordinance In
full. By tho chnngo all that will ap
pear on the ballots aro ta words,
"For Sundny Ploturo Shows" nnd
"Agnlnst Sunday Plcturo Shows." This
Is easily understood, will savo consid
erable oxponso of printing and bo
just ns offoctlvo In tho count.
1 n i
the Open Door"
service in'No'rth Platte.
HKVKl CIIIMftTOl'JIKIt WELCH.
Henry Christopher Welch was born
In Floyd County, Indiana, March 26,'
1951 nnd died at Molalla Oregon, Fob. !
25, 1921, nt tho ago of C9 ycarB, 10
mouths and 29 days. Ho camo to Lin
coln County many yohra ago nnd set
tled nt Wollfioet. In 1877 ho was mar
ried to Miss Eathor M. Watson at Pax
ton, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Welch wore
tho pnrcntfi of five ch'ldren, Mrs. Jas. I
Adnms, Wesley Welch and Sarah'
wcicu or. mis city, itouort welch of
Portland, Oregon and Mrs. William
llatllff who died in 1S95. Mrs. Itatliff
was tho mother of Mis. Max VonGoctz
of this city. Eight other grand child
ren are living. Tho family aro Joined
by a largo number of friends in
mourning tho death of a good citizen.
FOR 'TR ADE
Fine clean stock of Furnlturo,
Stoves, Hardware, Grocerlos, Houso
Furnishings. Best monoy makor In
town. Will trade for canyon land,
southeast of North Platto. Sco
104 Front Street
Sugar Cured Bacon or wholo
Btrlp, per lb $.30
Fresh sldo pork, per lb .17V6
Salt sldo pork, per lb. .15
Pork sausago, por lb .20
Homo rendered lard, 3, 5 and '
10 lb. lots, por lb. .17
(Special prlco on fifty pound cans or
Hulk saner kraut por nt .20
Bulk peanu,t butter, por lb .25
Nut Mnrgorlno, per 11). - .30
Com fed pinto boll, per" lb 10 to 12'c
Corn, fed primo'ribs of becfrlb .20$
Corn fed beef pot roast lb. '12to''l7J
Hamburger per lb. . .20 j
Lamb logs, per lb .... ,25;
Veal roast, por lb. ,.2Q
Voal Blow per lb. U12
Choice corned beef per' lb .15
Our meats aro of the highost qual
ity, strictly corn fed and kept under
rofrigomtlon at all times, Our count
ers and refrigerators aro equipped
with "Baker Ice Cooling Machine"'.
Our delivery services includes all
parts of tho city and leaves tho shop
nt 8:3 Onnd 10:30 A. M. and at 3 P. M.
Phono No. 21. Orders promptly deliv
ered. Try us and bo convinced. t
City Meat Markef
BRODBECK & SONS
CORRECT FOR SPRING.
There's a delightful air of grace and ease about
these smart Spring Shoes. Your critical inspection
of this pleasing style for early spring wear is invited.
UhXVK KID $V.OO
imOWJf KID : $7.50
t;ack"sitewe. . . .T... $io.oo
.KNOWN SUEDU . . , $10,00
1JLACK SATIN $10.00
BLACK' SUEDE HADY LOUIS HEEL $8.50
OWN KID BABY LOUIS HEEL.. $7.50
BLACK KID BABY LOUIS HEEL . . . .$7.00
BUY BUCK'S SHOES
Come in and see our full line of
John Deere Implements
K Listers, Harrows, Grain Drills and
COUNTRY BOYS ARE NOT BARKED
FROM BOY SCOUT ACTIVITIES
Every rural boy may becomo a Boy.
Scou. avi-n tti. yh ho does not reside
near n Scout Troop. Tho Scout Ex
ecutie, Win. M. Barriball, at North
Platte, describes tho following proced
ure for thoBo boys who can not attend
tho regular troop meetings:
Any boy over twelve yenrs ot ago
may becomo an Associate Scout by
curollitig in a Troop either at North
!P)atte, or In tho town nearest his
home. Ho Joins Just as any other
Scout P'ljMhg tho registration feo Df
ilfty cents, which is for ono yenr. He
is ro'iulrcd to attend only ono medt
lng por yean It tho boy prefers Ho
itifitf inn il Ma onrnllmnnt dlroctlV to"
tjid Scout Executive. In this case Jift.
'.ill co assigneu to some m roop.
, Pnetors nnd others interested 'in
boys aro being urged to communicate
jwlth the North Platto Council in view
of organizing Troops in all commun
ities. Every church In Lincoln Coun
iv should adopt Scouting for its boy.
brogioin, ''A Scout Troop in Every
fchurch" Is tho slogan.
THE MARCH VICTOR RECORDS
' Wo extend to the general-public an
Invitation to hear theso records in our
how sound proof rooms. ,
i ROBERTS MUSIC CO, '
110 East Front Street.
Manure Spreaders, Sulky Plows,
RASKETRALi, TEAM ENTERTAINS
SENIOR IW.n AT ASSEMBLY
The girls r.uslielball team enter
tained the members of tho Senior
lgh yesterday at an assembly, It is
reported to ba the bept that has been
given this year Two original sketchos
vero given and yells and songs sung
to rouso enthusiasm lor the gamo
which was lieut between Gothenburg
nnd North Platto Inst ovonlng. Tho
Cadet Band played on tho street after
Mr. and Mrs. Sholton Polndextor re,
turned this morning from n short
Visit in Denver.
Mrs. F, P, Johnson returned from
Denver this morning whoro sho spont
TODAY at the SUN
Reaches New Dramatic Heights in This
Thrilling RorrTance of Greenwich Village
From Arthur Stringer's novel in
McClure's, "Tho Woflle Iron
Adapted by A. P. Younger Directed by Philip E.Rosen
Also Buster Keaton in "Neibors"
Pathe News and Topics of The Day.
L. O. JohiiBon, director of tho Bap
tist Church, choir has prepared the
following music for Sunday morning:
Voluntary "Confident" (Mendel.,
ssohn), Anthem "Bless tho Lord O My
Soul" (Bliss), Response "Hear Us O
Father (Thomas) and Offertory "Con
solation" (Monderssahn). In the ev-'
enlng tho following will bo rendered;
Voluntary "Selection" (Grelt), An--them
"Day of Rest and- Gladness"
(Wadswortli-Cresswell), and Offertory
"Song Without "Wonjs" (Rolfo). Mrs:
jarl Grlescn, pianist..
! ;;o:; ; ,
Mrs. E. N. Oglor entertained a fow
Mends at dinner last evening at hor
homo oh West Fourth Street.
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