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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
! BASKET MALL HOYS RE
TURN FROM PLEASANT
MEBOHANTS OFFEK BAKQAINS
FOR TIUIIFTY FOLKS OF
Road tboso advertisements for they
aro tho offorlnfes of North Platto ro
tail merchants nnd are intondod to
givo tho rcadors of Tho Tribuno
values to he found nowhoro olso.
Read nnd act. ,
Bargain price, 1917 Ford touring,
$75. iichdy & Oglor.
LISTEN Don't forget tho big food
at McKaln's Cafo and moat markot
comblnod for 35 cents. 108 East 6th
Wo aro selling our entire lino ol
flno cotton Japanese kimonos at
$4.75 each for a short timo. Hotol
Havo a photograph made of you.r
kiddles. Their charms can bo inado
permanent in a good portrait Rom
Flour, 48-pound sack, $1.48.
Gamble wit Springor.
Seo my 1922 stock of paper from
bno-third to one-half choapor than
lost year; also somo bargains In pa
pora loft ovor. Call 10G1J and I will
bring to books to your house. Phil
1921 Touring, complete, $300.00.
, Hondy & Ogior.
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. FOLKS YOU KNOW
Air. and Mrs. Will Friend of Grand
Jjsland, arrived Sunday to visit
Mrs. J. H. Dixon went to Brulo Snt
urday to spend tho week end visiting
Mrs. E. H. Painz and family of Dal
las, Texas, shopped in tho city yes
terday; Dr,. Vandiver of Ogalnlla spent
yosterday in the city on pr&fessionul
Mrs. Joe Murphy, is spending this
week in Omaha visiting friends ami
Mr. and Mrs. Forost Hill of Big
Springs transacted business in the
Mr .and Mrs. Charles Freytag of
Wellfleet transacted business in tho
James Frattcr of Rising City is ex
pected in a few days to visit his
brother, Georgo Frater.
Dixon Optical Co., Ien3 grinding.
Attorney J. J. Halligan loft yester
day for Chappel to spend several
clays thero on business.
Johji Chrlstonson returned to his
homo in Cozad Saturday after trans-"
acting business in tho city.
Earl Shero of Sutherland was in
tho city Saturday to attend tho Am
erican Legion Convention.
Miss Daisy Farrel returned homo
from Montana where sho was called
by tho death of her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. W- E. Butth and Miss
Iva Smytho loft for . Kearnoy and
Grand Island whoro they will spend
several days visiting friends and relatives.
Manager Smith and tho basket bait
team nnd substitutes returned Sunday
from n tour of tho onstorn part of
tho stato. On tho trip they played
games with Lincoln High, Hnvolook
High, and Univorsity Placo High.
Tho Lincoln gamo was 29 to 12 in
favor of Lincoln. Fridny night tho
boys won tho gnmo at Havolock by
a 32 to 20 scoro nfter bolng tied
at tho end of tho regular playing
timo and ngreoing to play five
minutes longer. Saturday night the
Univorsity Placo team won with the
scoro 40 to G. Tho trip is the longest
any North Platto team has mado t
date and it met throo strong teams
on three nights in a row. Tho boy3
had n good timo nnd woro glad they
took tho trip oven thoug'h they did
not win all tho games. 1
CAM1 FIRE DIRECTORY
Meets every other Wednesday nftor
Guardian Mrs.. C F. Koch.
Assistant Guardian Miss Ruth
Presidont Ruth Doty.
Vico Prosidont Mildred Hlrsch.
Secretary Wilma CoghilL
Treasurer Mablo BrotorniUs.
Minerva Hastings. ' ' -
Evolyn Chamberlain. ' '
Wilma Coghlll. y .'
Mablo Brotornltz. ;V
LOOK WHAT'S COMING
FOR THOSE WHO GO
A COLUMN OF NOTICES ABOUT
CHURCH, LODGE AND SO
Will ontortain their husbands and
Invited guosts at a card party Friday.
evening nt tho K P.. hall.
Club will meet Wednesday nftor
noon nt tho homo of Mrs. M. H. Oil
foyl, 108 west 3rd.
Society of tho Mothodjst churc
will meet Friday afternoon In tho
church parlors. A good attendance Is
Girls club will bo entertained
Thursday evoning at tho homo of tho
Misses Holon and Jossio Baker, 503
Wost Sixth street
Girls club will hold a Valontino
party at tho K. C hall this evening.
All Catholic girls . aro cordinlly
CARD OF THANKS,
Wo wish at thfs time to express
our' appreciation oftho many kind
nesses extended to us by friends at
tho passing of our beloved brother,
tho late Rufus P. Stebbins.' and our
thanks for tho many beautiful floral
tributes which wore sent at that
timo. ' .
Etta S. Bonner, 1
Thos. L. Stebbins,
G. Ross Stebbins.
Florlne Stebbins entertained tho
ffJlcafigoo Camp Flra at her homo
last ovonlng. A business mooting was
hold after which dainty refreshments
weo served. ;
Aid society will meet Thursday af
ternoon at tho church basement The
entertaining committee will bo Mes
dames Meadows, Minor, Hall, J. E
Sebastain and Yorrk.
. The North' Platto and Dickens
Tolophono Co. will hold its annual
stockholders meeting at tho residence
of Carl Broodor, Friday, Febr. ,24, 1922
at 2 p. m, sharp.
R'. Kunkel, ,Sec.
Frank Smith was fined $104.80 Sat
urday for illegal possession of liquor.
Tho North Platto Amorican Legion
basket ball team dofeated tho Her
shoy American Legion team Friday
night. The score was $7 to 2L
Mrs. John Baker entortnincd tho
War 'Mothers at a tea Friday after
noon at her home. Washington pie
and tea wcro served for lunch.
The Ladios "Auxiliary of tho B. of
L. E. met at tho K. P. Hall Friday
afternon. Thoy had installation of of
ficers followed by a dainty lunch.
Tho funeral of tho late Mrs. Redllne
will bo hold at the homo of her dau
ghter Mrs. Robert Weeks, Wednes
day afternoon nt 2:30. Tho members
of tho Eastern Star will conduct tho
of tho Presbyterian church will
moot Wednesdny ovonlng in tho par
lors of the church at six o'clock. A
dinner will be served to tho members
of tho Guild and decorations will bo
in keeping with the season.
'Tho Christian Endeavor Society en
tortalned at a party at the Christian
Church parlors Friday evening. Tho
ovonlng was spont In playing gameg
and a dainty lunch was served. All
attending report a good time.
The Students of tho Night, school
dofeated tho faculty men in a basket
bnll gnmo Saturday night at tho Frah-
klin auditorium. Tho final scoro wes
10 15. Tho game was vor'y interest
lng because of tho expert playing.
. ;o: :
BRED SOW SALE
t .i ' it
11-4 cups Sugar
l-2 cup Butter
1 cup Sour Milk
1 teaspoon Soda
1-8 teaspoon Clovc3
1 tonspoon Cocoa
1-4 teaspoon Cinamon
2 1-3 cups Cow Brand
Pinch of Citron
1 cup Chopped Raisins
1 cup Curronts
3-4 cup Nut Meats
Furnishing a cake recipe to tickle tho palates of
all 'tho family is a very easy task. Furnishing flour
which will never fail on this or any other baking rcr
cipo is quite another performance.
Wo feol this has been
accomplished , in Cow
Brand Flour. We urge
that it be submitted to
tho most sevoro test to
be found in any cook
book. It is tho housewife
in her kitchen test who
soon learns the real
qualities of Flour. Cow
Brand Flour stands all
Cow Brand Flour is
ground from Nebraska
wheat right hero in
North Platte. Thoro is no
bettor wheat grown.
Modern perfection 6f
small unit rollers makes
it possible to produce
BETTER Flour , herb
than may bo had" from
largo milling centers
with mixed and unbal
Try n sack of COW MltANI) Flour today.
Don't lot your Grocor Substitute.
North Platte Flour Mills
The Univorsity of Nebraska Exncrl
montal vSubstation will hold Its annual
bred sow sale at tho Experimental
Substation farm, three miles south of
North "Platto at 1:30 p.m. (central
timo) Tuesday, February 21, 1922.
Tho offering will consist of about 33
pure bred gilts and tried sows, and
also a few vory choice 1921 fall
.boars by a son of Great Orion Sensa
tion. The gilts carry a largo amount
of Groat Orion Sensation blood. Thoy
aro well grown but not fat. Somo are
bred to a son of Royal Pathflndor,
tho othors to a son of Colonol Sonsn
tlon. Wo boliovo you will Hko these
hogs and wo aro certain they have
tho breeding, typo and carol that
should give satisfactory results,
W. P. SNTTCJR, Supt
How Firestone Has Reduced
the Cost of Tire Service
30 x 3 1-2 Cord
32 x 4
33 x 4 1-2
30 x 3 Fabric
30 x 3 1-2
51 per cent
43 per cent
36 per cent
36 per cent
47 per cent
48 per cent
A Complete Line of These Tires Now in Stock
S. S R, Service Station.
FOLKS YOU KNOW
Mrs. M. C. Hayes spent Saturday
h Cozad visiting friends.
Mrs. William of Afmlrlil nnnnt Hnr.
jiirdny shopping in the city.
Dixon Optical Co., oyo service.
Guy Fear of Wnllaco transacted
business in tho city Monday.
Catherine Parker of Sutherland
ihopped In the city Saturday.
Mrs. Bernlco Brower of Hershcy
rshonned In tho cltv s.itnrdnv.
jp Mrs. Margaret McFaddon came Fri
day to visit Mrs. Roso Garrison.
w4 A l.ALUU UJfJlll
Saturday shopping in tho city.
Mrs. H. N. Smith is sponding this
week visiting frionds in Omaha.
F. G. Hoxle returned to Ogallala
yesterday after spending tho week end
at his home here.
Harry Carter of Curtis transacted
business In tho city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mason returned to
tholr homo in Ogallala yesterday.
Clinton & Son, tho' Byo Glass Mon.
Service and Satisfaction.
Mrs. Mlnnlo Boor Is oxpocted homo
from Chicago sometime this week.
Mrs. James Hart spont yesterday
visiting in Lexington with friends
Mrs. -Guy Cody was In tho city Sat
urday to recolvo medical trcatmont.
Mrs. F. F. Nolan Bpont Sunday in
Koarncy vlsitinng with her pnronts
Mi-b. Walter Potter of Horshoy
spont Saturday in tho city shopping
Mrs. Josso Crano of Oshkosh trans
acted business in tho city yosterday.
Mrs. Harry Johnson and chlldron
returned homo from Ogallala yostor-day.
Mrs. Amanda Dalmnn of Gothen
burg visited Esther Donerl this wook
E. It Farrel and son spont Sat
urday In Vallaco transacting busi
ness. ' '
Clinton & Son, iho Eyo Glasd Mdn.
service and Satisfaction.,
Marian Woolworth'Tdf Sutherland
transacted business in tho city Saturday.
L. & S. Groceteria.
312 DEPARTMENT STORES
We Now Feature:
Spring Suits For Boys
All With Two Pairs of Pants
OF unusual interest to the parents
and boys who visit this J. C.
Penney Company store this sea
son is our offering oi c-s Knicker
bocker Suits for Spring and Sumner
In anticipation of the largest Spring
and Summer businers in our boys' de
partment during the year 15)22 we have
ever enjoyed in our history, wo have
assembled an exceptionally fine line of
boys' suits which our large quantity
buying for 312 stores enables us to offer
at lowest possible prices.
Others from $5.90 to $16.90
All of these suits are in fancy models such as appeal to both the boys and their
Iparents-Norfolk styles with ahd without yokes; box pleats, inverted pleats, knife
pleats single and double breasted styles of fancy cassimere cloths in these popular
Spring colors: Brown, green, grey and blue. Every suit has two pair of knickers.
. Included in pur new Spring showing of Boys' Two-Pant Knickerbocker Suits aro
; 'Penney-Junior" and "Armor-Clad" Suits, with double seats, double knees and double
.elbows. Made of finest all-wool Cassimeres. The most wonderful values in boys' fine
Buitsthat can be made to sell at anything near our prices. e
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