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THE NhftTTT PLATTE' flrfMI-WEKKLY
TKLHUWIli . "-
of animals Hated in tho "Bailor Sirca
-Bettor Stock" camnaiim which tho
Agricultural Collcgo Is conducting in
cooperation with county farm bu
reaus. ICoop "swatting" Uio scrub Biro
and bring Nebraska Into first placo
in tho number of persons enrolled In
tho "Bettor Siros" campaign,
This Is the timo of tho year when
You can got q nibblo nnywhap with any sort of bait fn any Bhaller
wator, whoro tho llltlo Buckcrs wait ... But thcro ain't a Bpcck o
wisdom in a pin-hook on a string, which attracts a lot of nlbblos, whllso
you nover ketch a thlngl
You can allcrs find tho fishin' thnt Is suited to yer skill, ir you ox
orclso tho Judgment that It takes to fill tho bill but tho man that fools
with nibbles till tho season petors out, will only have tho fish that got
away, to Ho about. ...
Wbllo a "nlbblcfa boUor'n nothln'," at, you'vo heard tho toiler any, you
can stake yor bottom doPnr that nibbles novor pay. . .HI want my
patienco busted, an' my resolution shock, lt'a when a batch of Utile fish
lo foolln' with my hook!
So I allers aim to anglo for tho fish 'that I can fry. . . . ThOTe'a
a brand of plcasuro in it, that gots a feller by . . . And I'd ruther yank
a whoopor,from tho murky doptlis below, than to fool with little Buckoro
In tho puddles whoro thoy grow.
INFORMATION ABOUT AGRICUL
TURAL SUBJECTS FROM
Horo aro somo moro trlod and
tostcd roclpos from tho Nobraska Ag
ricultural Collcgo's butchering bulletin:
Btato Agricultural Collcgo suggests
organizing cooperative bull associ
ations. Thoro would bo fowcr buim
to bo fod and cared, for. Each her In
nn association would liavo nccas to
a bettor bull than it tho owners kept
sonarato slrcB for their kordB, and
at a vory nominal cost to each mem
ber. Through Ita extension special
ists and county oxtonslon agents Uio
collcgo will bo glad to1 asalat In or
ganizing audi associations and wlu
bo glad to answer any auestfons.
hens aro ant lo discontinuo crk nro-
duction so suddenly that ono wood
ors what ocourert to caucc tho slump,
On'o of tho most common causes st
frosted combs, says the Stato Agri
cultural collogo poultr-ymon. In a
woll conBtructod poultry house thoro
will bo fow if any frosted or frozen
combs in tomperaturos that do not
go, lower than 1G boldly zoro. This
fact is woll brought out by an in
vestigation of conditions' rtf tho birds
at this timo In diffbront types of
houses. In houses that aW not wider
than twelve to fourtoen foot many
frozen combs and wattlos aro found.
This Is especially truo if Uio house
lacks' ventilation. On tho othor haad
In houses thnt aro woll constructed
as to ventilation and freedom) from
draft thoro aro fow If any frosted!
combs found. Recently many frozen
Combs fcr.vo beon found ire hon
TiniiHM M.xmifIinnt f.Iifl nt.nl. WILTi
practically no exceptions theso occur
In houEos that aro twelve to four
teen foot wide and In which tho ven
tilation is Inadequate. On tho oUlor
hand whole flocks havo boon found
with not a Blnglo frozen comb. In
ovory caso tho houses wcro at least
olglltbon foot wide and tho vontfli'
tlonT was good. Proof of propor yon
itllatlbn will be' shown by tho absonco
of frost on the1 rafters, windows, and'
around Uio nail heads lnsido, and by.
dry, dusty rttor on tho floor.
Lean boof (proforably inside, out
oldo and knucklo muscles of tho
round.) Regular ham and bacon
Bono out tho round Into tho throo
muscles. Rllb tho moat with Bait and
lot it stand ovor night, rack and
euro as with haras and bacon. Twen
ty to fifty days curing will bo neces
sary dopondlng upon trio sizo of tho
pieces. Thirty days Is a good avor
ago, Freshen tho meat in warm
woathor, hang and Binoko as for
hamB and bacon. Tho moro Btnoko
tho drier tho moat. Pack for summer
with Uio homo.
SO pounds boor
20 pounds pork
2 pounds salt
10 ouncoa p.oppor 1
15 pounds wator
i Garlic If doslrcd
1 Grind tho boot and add the. salt. Lot
It Btand for 30 to 48 hours to euro,
will add to Uio kcoplnB qualities
of Uio sausage. Add tho ground pork
rM von ever ' havo tTia stacker
brook right in tho busF.st time dur
Imr Iho havfnir season and find to
your sorrow that Uioro was no ono
on tho job who could splico ItT May
ho you had to get a ruvr rope 'or
drlvo sovoral miles for soma one. who
understood how to braid tho strands
back togeUier again. Mora: Uiani 150
farmors in Lancaster county learned
how to make tho "long sprllco" iir a
hay ropo during tho first weofc m
February. Nino meotlngs had Jleen
scheduled In different parts' of tho
county by the Extension igont ac
41,. otnn AnrfmiUrrml CoIJOCO' aTTU
1 --i- -
finrrvirr Tho IlSTunt Itmll
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two Bpcclallsts from tho college1 graraj
a LWO-UOUr uomunoiniuun !
community, showing Uio commotio.
and useful knots- as well ni? splics;
and tho making of ropo hnltcnr. Each:
man In tho audreneo was furnished,!
with a piece of ropo and given ItuTi1
vldual instruction. During Uio wouR:
Bovcral four-straml hay ropes- woro
spliced. One farmer remarked' that
lm nuld S4.00 last summer to- Have a
hay ropo Bplicod. He will probably"
n nvnr do it aitain. for ho turned' in;
a oplondld splice before the nicotine
Dixton Optical Co,, teste eyes.
HIDES AND FURS
Pretty Fair Prices
Calls Promptly Answered Night or Day
Plumes OHtco G42, iiesiuonce ovo
ThlB Is tho season of Uio year-when
and Uio rest of tho splcca and grind mUo tfmo mfgllt prontably ho-spent
ngaln, or bettor still twice moro, to
make tho moat na flno aB posaioio.
Add tho water ;md york and knead
with tho hands until tho masn hna
hocomo dull in color and vory sticky
instead of crumbly. This will tako
about" 30 minutes of hard work. Stuff
tightly in well soaked boot "rounds"
f,r "atrulKlits." Hang UioBauaago on
aticks bo that no two plocoa touch
and smoko with hard wood or cobs.
Ono and a half to two hours smolo
lntr should bo sutflclont. A llttlo hot
tor flro ut tho vory last will put a
brighter color on tho meat. Cnro
must bo takon. howovor, not to scorch
Mm caslnK. Cook tho smoked ' anu-
saitoB In wntor a little undor boiling
Pick un a sausngo ovury mlnuto or bo
and hold It to tho oar. Squeeze- It with
tho flnirors. It It glvos a watery
oquoak It is done, Plungo It into cold
wjitor to cool. Hang on stlcics m
cool, dry placo. Bologna should bo
UBed fairly soon after making.
UUtS. M. IlETOtY CFELFOYL
Tcfieller of Yoke iltnr
Artr of SihjrlBg
Res. Studto 108 W. 3rd. Phone 1147
Pays for the
or One Year
Tuesday and Friday
You can lot UlO' chflidren read Tho
RTribuno. They will not find anything
in it that will ha offensive.
BE. 31. INSTATES
f, . 7 Bnlldlnjr & Loan. BntKlhiR.
Office 'Phono 70, Rob. Phone 1247
extension; road no. 394.
in Uio orchard, say tho state- Agri-
miittiral Collwre hortlculturlstfl. Doau
troos aro nn oyo-soro in an orchard1
and otton a detrlmont to it;-but cut
Into Btovowoood Uioy wouldl Borvo- a
nonfiii mirnoHo. Tho trcos that are
still nllvo are apt to bo In a- weanc
nnml condition bocauso of tho dry
Bummer. A good pruning would stlm-l
ulato tho troca and rojuvonaie tnom
Moreover, not having produced msi
year, the troca would in general, 1mv
a tondonoy to overbear Ui4 coiruns
vnnr. Tlore. too. pruning survw n
uooful purpose Blnco It wm icmi vu
provont overproduction and' thrroby
Increase tho Blze ahd better uio quai-
iiv nf thn fruit. Suitable toolA and
sharp tools muko tho job of pruning
fntriv caav. A sharp axe wan n
atrm.r? lmndlo will bo doclmble when
it comos to tho dead and. the "alinoit
dead" trcoa. A small ccobs cut bjiw
ia hnndv for removing large dead
limbs whoro it is thought that tho
irm. wUl nroduco a few more cropa
ot annlos. For tho hlg lrt 01 uiu
Ex-Qovomment "Vetorinarlon and 02
jiaalatnnt rinnittv Stntn Veterlnaiiai
Hospital 315 So'elh Vino Street. Hoi
pltal Phono 633, House. Fnooe odd.
Office -phono 241w Ree. phone 21T
L. G. TMIO&T,
NnrtX Pintle NOUtttBl.1
Kafehta ot Columbus Building.
Tim lmn nf vnnr that a cow froflh
A UU .mv x rf 1 UL tJlv.M
ens seems to havo considerable to do jol)( however, a handsaw and Bhcors
... mti t. nr.tr 11 1m' ....11 X llll n-(l CCtl
Willi lao yroilt ou lommoi ouj """Wire lnuiopuuo'J'""
AKrlcultural Collogo of Uio Btato unl
voralty. An nnnlyals of tho figures
obtained from mnny cow tostlng as
sociations shows that In moat sec
tions Uio cows that froahon during
Uio fall and early wlntor produco tho
most milk and buttorfnt, and bring in
tho greatest profit ovor coat ot food.
On account of tho Buddon death ot
C. F. Floodman ot Stronisburg
fathor-ln-law ot President J. N. Nor
ton ot tho Nebraska Farm Federation
Mr. Norton did not nttoud tho agrl
cultural conforonco called at Wash
Ington by Socrotary "Wallace and
Prosldont Harding. Norton was on
bis way when ndvlsod ot tho doath
o Mr, Floodman. Mr. Luto mot him
ot tho train in Lincoln and proceeded
to Washington, permitting Mr. Nor
ton to roturn to his homo.
saw 1b undesirable Blnco tho upper
odgo will causo moro or loaa brulsos
According to ronorta received from
Douglas county, MlnneBOtn, a group;
ot ontorpriBlng dairymen in uio coun
ty nrofltod by tho use ot good puro
bred bulls for a period ot eight yoare
for a total investment ot only V-
nnlnco. Theso dnlrymon banished the
scrub bulls from their territory, nn.ll
roplacod them wlUi good purobrod
bulla thnt thoy bought cooporaUvoly. ,
Tho bullB woro Bhlftod from one.
group of farms to nnoUicr ovory twoj
years until each farmor had tho uso
nf nnn hull for two yoars. In this
To Wliom It May Concern:
Tho special commissioner appoint-
,ed to locato a uubllc road as follows:
Commencing at tho southeast corner
!f RAciinn in. Townshin 11. North
SRango 30, thence' west between boc-
itions 10 and 15, and 16 and 3 said
Townshln ana iiange aiso. ewmiuouu-
inp nt SouUieast corner of Secuon
10. Township 11, Range SO thence
east between Sections) 11 and 14 saiu
Township and Range,, also- commonc
lng at tho southeast corner of Sec
tion 10, Township 11, Range 30 thonce
south botwconi soctlona 14 and 15 said
Township and. Range, road to bo 0G
Notice fs hereby given that Uio
Mayor and Council of the City of North
Platte, Nebraska, will' receive bids
for- paving, curbing and other street
Improvements In Paving District Nos.
3, 4', 5 and G In said City according
to plans and specifications adopted
amr now on file in the office of the
City Clerk ot said City.
-J. J. WILSON DENTIST
OPPOSITE McCABE HOTEL, OVEB
STAMP'S BAKERY. TIIONE 71.
NOTICE OF SALE OF COLLATERAL
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tuo of a collateral note dated Sep
tember 24, 1921 for the payment ot
Uio sum of Five Thousand Five Hun
dred ($5,500.00) Dollars on Decem-
Tior 91 1fl9.1 -nHtii IntnrpRt at the rata
Said bids to cover th following ' 0f io per cent per annum after due.
Physlolnnt and Surgeon
Special Altontton Given t Snrger
mi.. it. .11.11.1 ... J. T ntin T.41 rl Int.
Phone: Offnio law. iteisiuence jtib reel wiao, uas roponou iu, wim mu.-
of all obioctlons theroto or claims ior
damages by reason of Uie establish
ment ot abavo described road must
be filod in Uio ottlco of Uio County
CTTfirk on or bofor 12 e'clock noon of
tho 7th day of April 192S, or said road
will bo aJlowodi without foforonce,
Dated ott. North Platte. Nebraska
this lGth day ot January, 1922
A. Si ALLEN, County Clerk
NOTICE: OF PETITION
Boeler; Crosby & Raskins.
ot Jano Jainea, do-
ceased, Jn tho County Court;ot Lln-
ooln County. Nebraska.
Tim Rtntn of Nfthraskn. Toi all ner-1 Tn mviln TkL Trotter, and all! per
sona Interested In said Estate tako sons having or claiming any Interest
nn pa thAt a nnt t nn lmfl lleon fflcailn T.ntr Tftn 101 OX ISIOCIC IWO iTJ 01
... . . . I . . . . , 1. A V
for the nrobate ot tho wm or saw Rlvordalo Addition to tno uuy 01 worui
deceased, and for tho appointment of Plattd Lincoln County, Nebraska,
L. E. Mehlmann ns Administrator real names unknown
with the Will Annexod of said Eb- You and each ot you are hereby
tnte. which has been sob for hearing notified that Anna Vobb as, plalnUft
herein on March 3rd, 1522, at 18 commenced nu action ngamst you nnd
o'clock a, m. each ot you in tho District Court of
Dntod February 2, 1922. Lincoln County, Nobrnska, on Janu
(Seal) WM. H. C. WOODIIURST,
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT.
ary 30, 1922, tho objoct and prayor
of tho potltlon fllod therein, being to
nulot title In Uio plaintiff, Anna Voss
to all ot Lot Ten (10) ot Dlock Two
EBtato No. 17G5 of Bornard Miller, (2) of Rlverdalo Addition to tho City
.i 0,1 in the pn,,nfv nf of North Platto, Lincoln County, No-
Lincoln County. Nebraslca. braaka. against any IntorostB in, rights
Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all por- or tltlo to, or Hon upon said proporty.
n tnVn of any ot Uio defendants in said ac-
way cacu man unu uio ubo oi . b , . tl f u lntoro3t8 in, rights.
mirniiroil bull at loss coat man u u.wumw i""
puroorou uuu n. judo ,i..ni n Hiin tn. ni l nn unnii ea il nronoru
Swat tho scrub slrol" Wo hoar that
fllogan on ovory turn. Tho scrub
bull must go. But how ohall wo go
about it? Not ovory farmer has tho
fnvnof In' a nn robr od bull.
As a solution for thiB problem Uio sons enrolled and first in tho nurabor
could keen a scrub bull. Tho ocon-
omy of roplnclng a lot of poor bulls
wlUi high class purobred bulla cap
able ot increasing production ot Uio
hords, Is bocomlns vory npparout to
a good many farmors' In Nobraska ns
woll bb In othor otntoa. According
to covornmont roporta Nobraska
ranks socond' in tho numbor of por
ministration and a notltlon for final or tltlo to, or lion upon said proporty
BOttlomont and dlschargo as Buch, and anu to onjoin sam uuiouuauu. uuu
for docroo of distribution nnd holr- enen 01 tnom irora over ciauuiui; i
ship which havo boon set for hearing assorting any Intorests in, ngnis, or
boforo Bald court on March 10, 1922,
at 10 o'clock A. M., when you may
appear and contest tho Bomo.
Datod February 9, 1922.
J WAT. n. n. WOODHURST.
(goal) County Judge.
tltlo to. or Hon upon said real ostato.
You aro required to answer said po
Utlon on or boforo tho 13th day ot
ANNA VOSS, Plaintiff.
By WM. E. SHUMAN, Her Attorney.
types ot pavement, Vertical i-'iore
Buick, AsphalUc Concrete, Sheet As
phalt, Reinforced Concrete and War
Tho Engineer's estimate on the
cost of paving said' four districts
comprising approximately 70,000
square yards is as follows:
jStralght curb $ .85 per ft.
Concrete drain box: 1.35 per ft.
Concrete tiling .55 per ft-
Grading' and finish?-
lng- .65 por cu. yd.
I Vertical Flbro Brick
on 5" Cone baso 3.90 per sq. yd.
Aanlmltlo ' Concrete
an 5" Cone, base - 2.90 per srj yd.
Sheep ABphalt on 5"
f!onc. baso ' 3.05 per sq yu.
Reinforced Concrete 2.80 per sq. yd
on 6" Cono baso 3.35 per sq. yd
Fir headers, and
Hosts' complete .50 per ft.
Bids must bo on ftlo wlUi tho City
Clerk on or before eight o'clock P.
M. ot Fobruary 24th, 1922 at which
timo thoy will bo opened boforo the
They must be mado on tho pro
posala In, tho specifications filling
but one proposal for oacn district
sonaratelv nnd ono proposal covering
tho four districts it awarded togetn-
Tho proposals must not bo detached
from Uio specifications and must bo
accompanied by a certified chock pay
able to the City Treasurer for an
amount equal to throo por cent of the
Said specifications shall bo furnish
ed to Paving Contractors only, upon
applications to Uio City Clork for a
feo of Fivo Dollars; sold amount to
bo returned whon plans and specifica
tions aro roturnod to City Clork.
Tho Mayor and Council reserve tho
right to rojoct any or nil bids.
By ordor ot tho City Council
North Platto, Nobr.ka.
Fobruary 7th, 1922.
B. II. EVANS,
O. a ELDER, City Clerk
and payable to McDonald State Bank,
North Platte, Nebraska, and made
executed and dollvered by H. L. Pen
nington, undor and by virtue of said
collateral note, capital stock certifi
cates of The Leypoldt & Penningtoa.
Company ot North Platto, Nebraslca,
in tho total amount of Ten Thousand
($10,000.00) Dollars, represented by
its certificates No. 8 for fifty (50)
shares and No. 9 for fifty (500 shares,
tho par value of each share of which
is Ono Hundred (S100.00) Dollars,
each certificate bearing dato October
20, 19191, executed by tho President
and Secretary of said Tho Loypoldt
& Pennington Company of North
Platte, Nebraska, having been pledged
as security for tho payment of said
note and actually delivered to sau
McDonald Stato Bank by said II. L.
Pennington, and assigned by said IL
L. Pennington In blank and now i
tho possession ot said McDonald State
Bank. North Platto, Nobraska, and
default having been mado in Uio pay
ment of tho amount duo upon said
note, and no suit or other proceeding
at law having been instituted to re
covor Baid debt or any part theroot
thereforo, said McDonald Stato Bank
ot NorUi Platto, Nebraska, will sell
tho proporty In Bald collateral note
described, viz: Capital Stock Certifi
cate ot Tho Loypoldt & Pennington
Company of North Platte, Nobraska,
represented by Cortlflcato No 8 for
fifty (50) BhaTes, and represented by
CorUflcato No 9 for fifty (50) shares,
each of tho par value ot One Hun
dred ($100.00) Dollars, each certifi
cate bearing dato ot Octobor 20, 1919
executed by tho President nnd Secra
tary of tho Bald Tho Leypoldt & Pen-V4
nlngton Company,, North Platto, Ne
braska, and issued to sold IL L. Pen
nington at public auction at tho bank-
lnK house of McDonald Stato Bank.
NorUi Platto, Lincoln County, Nobras
ka, on the 28th day of February, 1922
at tho hour of 2 o'clock P. M. of said
Datod thin 4th day of February,
MCDONALD STATE BANK.
By W. H. McDonald, Its President.
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