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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
GAS MAN t
Pooplo Tjpeok of theirjipublic
utilities (thefr gas, electric
lights street railway and tele
phone companlesX as "thoy,"
and of the men who work for
Uiem as "Uioso men." AVjhy
not Bay "wo," a friendly little
word would servo to bring us
nil closer together! . '
And why shouldn't It' bo
"wo"? Because whether wo
urn RtnftkVinlilurn nr rni. wo
aro part owners of these riec
essary public servants,
through the Investment of
trust companies, banks and
Yet how ow of us think of
this"! Not -We citizen out of a
hundred realizes that In one
form or -another his actual
savings v and Insurance and
his wlfe'.s and children's wel
fare depend upon the pros
perity and continued opera
tion of the public utilities!
No need for sentiment here.
The question is one of direct
Bolf-intorcst; of dollars and
oents; our savings! So that
when wo see to it that our
public utilities aro kept in n
healthy condition, wo aro doing
tho most natural thing in the
world wo are merely protect
ing our own monoy.
North PlatteLight &
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
N. B. Patterson left Tuesday for
Now York City where he will sjiond
several weeks transacting business
Mr. and Mrs. (L S. Calhoun will re
turn Monday from Long Beach, Call,
whore they, spent the winter months.
Jcw Grjant returned Wednesday
From Rochester Minn, after receiving
medical treatment at the Mayo Brosr
You can let tho children read Tho
Tribune. They will not find anything
In it that will be offensive.
Stove Wiesner arrived this week
from Grand Island to spend several
weeks with ;hls piston Mrs. Oscar
. .. . . JHGNELL $j$B
Mrs M. K. Grahnm of Wcllfleot
Is visiting her' son Harry Graham.
Miss Violet Fletehor, who has been
attending "Mnxwoll High School is
very ill with scarlet fever. '
Tho chlchkcn club hold a':m'ectlrig
Tuesday evoning after school with
Mrs. I. M. Aborcrombio and rccolved
further instructions in tho work.
Tho Community Club has beon In
vited to attend a chicken supper giv
en April 28 at the South Bluff School.
It was voted by tho club to postpone
tho club meeting until May G and at
tend the supper In a body.
We'flriosday afternoon, tho ladies of
Blgncll met at tho home of Mrs. II.
L. Douglas and gave her a pleasant
surprise. Soveral games wcro played
and prizes were awarded. A delicious
lunch was served to tho Club.
A Hnmpshlro Pig Club was organ
ized Monday evening at Ft. McPherson
under tho leadership of Scott Shaner.
Two of Uio Blgnoll boys, Bernard
Leavltt and Homer Brooks joined the
club as it was impossible to organ
izo a Hampshire Club near Blgnell.
Tho Hot Lunch Club will give a
public demonstration on Friday, after
noon, April28, under tho leadership
of the teacher, Miss Ethel McCrackon.
Tho patrons of tho school have beon
Invited to attend and bring a school
lunchand they will bo served a hot
lunch by the club. The club also held
its judging contest Friday April 21.
Tho Community Club was at its
best when it met Saturday evening to
colebrato Its first anniversary. The
election of officers was hold and the
following were eleated: president,
Mrs. I. M. Aborcrombio; vico-pesident,
(Mrs. E. P. Trimble; socretary-treas-
urer, Mr,s. R. R. Morris; correspond
ing secretary and reporter, Mrs. A. R.
Leavitt. A 'short program followed,
consisting mostly of musical numbers
Mrs. Blaine Combs and Eleanor Le
avitt, with original verses by Mrs.
Loavltt, presented Mrs. Aborcrombio
and Mrs. Morris with several beutl
ful pieces of silver, gifts of the emu,
in consideration of tho work done
by them in the past year for the club.
Tho President was asked to cut a
large birthday cake with one candle.
She had considerable difficulty and at
last discovered it was made of cotton.
Ice cream and cake were served and
hot weinies and coffee for those who
wished them. A royal good time was
lirif! Iiv nil nrnannt.. wip.1i lionincr the
" ' y
coming: club year will .be as suqeess-
OLD TIMERS' CLUB
Continuing Uio list of men and
women who wcro rosldonts of Lin
coln county previous to January: l
1892. Others should enroll with The
Trlbuno oo tho list will bo as com
plete as possible.
48. MRS. HENRY NULL, North
Platte. Settled in Myrtle precinct In
1885. Later moved to SIdnpy and
then returned to Lincoln county.
49 WM. NULL, North Plntto. Came
to Lincoln county with his paronta,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Null in 1885.
50. JOHN NULL, North Platte. Was
born In Myrtlo precinct In this coun
ty In 1890 Is In the bicycle nnd jno
torcyclo business hero In Nfj-th
Platto. ll 1
61. ANDREW ANDERSON, jt&rUi
Platte. Settled in Lincoln county in
288? and bpent most of his tlmo near
Spannuth P. 0.
52. COCHRAN C. PATTERSON,
Long Beach, Call. A note says "You
may add my name to tho Old Timers'
club. I came to North Platte In 18G8
or boforo tho Indians as Wash .Htn-
man used to say."
53. GEORGE WEINBERGER, North
Platte. Came hero in 1884 from New
54. MRS. GEO. WEINBERGER,
North Platto. In a noto she says; "I
remember when Keith had tho buf
falo in tho old stock yards and also
remember when we had several In
dian' scares. I also went to school
In that little one-room schoolhouse
where Miss Cassio Casoy was teach
er." Sho was then Johanna Knnpp
Camo hero in 1816.
55. GEORGE MANG, North Platte.
Was born 1 miles east of tho old
log school house in District 3. in
1881. Is now Union Pacific engineer.
5G. MRS. GEO. MANG Camo to
Lincoln county In 1884 was then
Lizzie Van Brocklin.
57. VICTOR VON GOETZ, North
latte. Camo to Lincoln county In
1881 and still lives here having ro
tired from the photographic business
a year or two ago.
58. II. J. PECKIIAM, Brady. Camo
to Lincoln county in 1879.
59. J. M. Soliopp, Maxwell. Came
to Lincoln County in 1872 and is en
gaged in stock raising.
CO. MRS. ELLEN SCIIOPP, Maxwell.
seated here in 1874.
Gl. CHAS. R. BRETERNITZ, North
(Platte. Arrived In Lincoln county,
July 3, 18S1 from Silver Creek,. N. Y.
Is a Union Pacific Conductor.
A Day of Rest
Being Number Five of
a Series of Advertise
ments on Uninterrupt
Most of us welcome a Sunday or a
linHdav as a day of rest. 'Tis then
that some of us don the old clothes,
puttering 'rouiid the house, working
on the car or doing odds and ends
of things which have heen put off
until just such a holiday should
come. Many of us go to church. The
rest of us celebrate the hours of leis
ure at the theatre, on a drive into
the cuuntry, or at something more
or less eventful. They come in
mighty useful do these l.olidays
and Sundays. But there is one place
in your community where the cal
endar shows no holiday printed in
a welcome red figure. This place
with its giant generators and tur-
bins with its endless wires, count- r
' less switches and busy men, never iiW
closes up, looking forward to 24 7 fJfrfel''." Y
hours of nothing-to-do. Electric J tCs
service means uninterrupted service cair
seven days in a week fifty-two "
weeks in a year. Thus do we aim to
serve you during your days of work
NORTH PLATTE LIGHT & POWER CO.
We have put our Suit Slock into lots and oiler them
at prices that will appeal to you.
Every garment is of our regular high grade stock and
is priced so you may buy at a substantial saving.
LEGION BASK BALL
Following is the schedule of games
announced so far and the results of
games played to dato by tho North
Platto American Legion Baso Ball
April 23, Legion 2; Gothenburg 0.
April 30, Maywood, there.
May 7, Brady, there.
May 10, Scottsbluff, here.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo wish to express our most sincere
thanks for tho kind and loving sym
pathy of our many friends in the
tragic death of our boloved husband
and father, J. L. Moran.
Mrs. J. L. Moran and Children.
Diamonds A now stock just re
ceived, ?50.00 to ?225.00. Real bargains,
Clinton & Son.
J. H. Thompson returned Wednes
day to his homo in Long oBnch, Calif.,
after visiting his daughter, Mrs. Pcto
Beckor, for a month.
Carl Brodbeclc returned Wodncjday
from Omaha. Ho mado tho trip homo
in a new Hupmobilo that ho purchased
Wo still lmvo' a few more Early
Ohio potatoes loft, McMlchaol's
NAflVE RED CEDAR FOIX SALE
I will sell at public aution on May 8,
1922 tho material in the- old North
Platte Stock Yards, consisting of board
fences, C to 7 feet high, some barbed
wire, some woven wire, a lot of loose
lumber, somo large gate posts, house
logs, water tanks, feeding bunks, wind
mill towers, stock scales and many
other articles too numerous to men
tion. Romomber tho posts aro all
nativo cedar. Sale to begin at 1 p.
JOHN BURKE, Owner.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wyman ro
I turned this week from California
where they spent tho winter months.
I Beautiful now lino of sport silks
now on display at Wilcox's,
i Keith Neville returned this morning
from Omaha whoro ho spent two days
Dixon Optical Co., lens grinding.
BILIOUSNESS SICIC HEADACHE,
call for an (R Tablet, (a vegetublo
aperient) to tone and strengthen
the orcans of dictation and elimi
nation. Improves Appetite. Relieves
i Oct a Cb Used or over
Saturday and Monday
U. S. Army
Made of fine twill sulphur dyed
khaki cloth. Has two button
pockets, full cut, well made, siz
es Uy2 to 17
ChipsTff -the Old BJock
m JUNIORS Littlo K?8
One-third the regular dose, Mado
of same ingredients, then candy
coated. For children and adults.
NORTH PLATTE DRUG CO.
3 for $2.75
A SAFE PLACE TO TRADE
At Union Stock Yards,
North Platte, Nebraska,
MONDAY, MAY 1st, 1922
In this sale there will be 350 to 400 head of stock cattle
selling in car lots. Steers ranging in ago from yearlings
to 3-year-ohls; yearlings and 2-year-old stock heifers;
good stock cows. All good quality Hereford and Durham
cattle. Some good stock Bulls, Milk Cqws, Butcher stuff
May 1 is a good time to buy stock cattle,f The grass is
ready. No more expense for feed. Take them home and
turn them out on grass, whore thoy will' take care of them
selves and make you money while you are sleeping and
dreaming of the good summer times.
If. M. JOIIAXSEX, Auctioneer.
Best Laundry Co.
Ivory Soap and Soft Water you know means safety
as well as delightful cleanliness. We do not rub or boil
your blankets, nor do we put them through a wringer. We
dry them in an even, regulated temperature that can be
secured only in a well equipped laundry. Our washing
process with Ivory Soap is the same as that followed by
manufacturers of the finest blankets.
112 West Front
Tho Undersigned will Hell nt I'nlillc .Sale nt. (lie old l'uclui Itnneli,
1(5 Miles Southwest of North IMntto
Wednesday, May 3,
Commencing nt 1 O'clock Sliarpj the following described property:
SIX HEAD OF HOUSES
Ono dun marc, 12 years old, weight 1300; iron gray marc, 7 years old,
weight 1200; brown mare, 12 years old, weight 1100; ono bay saddlo
maro, G years old, weight 1000; ono black team of horses, C and 7
ONE COW, 7 YEARS OLD, FHESH SOON
five lmooi) sows, will farrow in june, weight 200
Ono John Deero 2-row, good; ono John Deero cultivator, in good
shapo; ono Mollno lister, nearly now; ono John Deero 4-wheol lister,
good as now; ono 12-wheol disc; ono hoo drill; ono IWcCormlck mow
er, C-foot; ono Milwaukco mower, G-foot; ono wagon and rack; ono
set of harness. Sixty-two acres of Winter Wheat, good stand and
Fit EE LUNCH AT NOON
TERMS OF SALF3: Sums of $20 nnd under, cash; on sums over $20 a
credit of G months will bo glvon on Imnkablo notes, bearing 10
per cent Interest from dato of sulo.
S. R. ZIMMERMAN, Owner
COL. RALL'H MONTGOMERY, Auctioneer T. 0. SWENSON, Clerk.
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