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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBT f NE
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Offlco over tlio McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. W. 13. Salisbury left today for
Ocnova wlicro sho will spend two
weoks visiting her brothur, Lylo Cum
berland. Tomato plants, 25 cents a dozen
transplanted; CO cents for potted
plants. N. P. Floral Co.
Mrs. Leon Mathowson arrived homo
yesterday from Sholdon, Ia.f whoro
sho Bpont two weeks visiting lior
daughter, Mrs. Arthur.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murrln of
Sterling, former North j?!dttq resi
dents, wero visitors
In .town tills
Mr .and Mrs. Fred Thompson will re
turn today from Los Angeles, Call,
whoro they lmvo been spending the
Mrs. John Mylandor arrived Wed
nesday from Fort Morgan, Colo., to
spend several weeks at tho home of
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mas
on. A full floating rear axle Is more
costly, but all Dodge Brothers cars
havo always used It. This with very
hoavy spiral bevel axlo gears takes
caro of tho tremendous power of tho
dependable Dodgo motor. J. V. Ito
LOOK WHAT8 COMING
11:00 Mothers' Day program.
8:00 Union services at tho Presby
Can you reach this policy?
Yoil don't die to win '
lb dqnt raise in. price.
It matins cash, in rid age. ,
Insu,ra,nce tlui.i hi,sures front
ages, 15 to C5.
Any form you desire on terms to suit
you call or see
SHED IN 1910
; BETTER TO
At The Sun, Sunday, Mo&, Tucs.
LAUGH WITH HER CJRY HE1W' . '
through a wonuVifn' sfovs irn iJ'-np zirl to whW
love is the wontlrrttil lli.iivt .mil ; ,i iimm who is forced to
accept that love lor aH)l i - .',:'.
Jos. A:, ... ,i. ! ju'..i
Directed by Herbert Brenon
11:00 Morning pruyer and sermon,
Services appropriate for Mothers'
7:30 Evening prayer and sermon.
11:00 Motherrs' Day program. Ser
mon, "Mother Lovo."
8:00 Union service at tho Presby
9:45 Sunday school.
11:00 "Some Attributes of Christian
7:00 Epworth league.
8:00 Union services at Presbyter
TIIK COST OF SCHOOLS
Statistics Issued by Phil Broas,
stato secretary of finance, shows that
in forty-five Nebraska towns having
a population of 2,000 or more, there
are twenty-five whoro tho cost of con
ducting the schools is moro per pupil
than In North Platte and twenty where
tho cost Is loss. This cost per capita
of all children of school ago In North
Platto is, according to Bross! report,
-54.45, while in Sidney it is $104.01, in
Bayard $113.07, in Omaha $74.70, and
in Lincoln $72.03. Lexington leads In
tho lowest cost which Is placed at
$27.C8 and O'Neill next a $29.84.
Tho Senior High Parent-Teachers'
Association mot Wednesday afternoon
nt3:30. Tho program was oponed by'
the Boys' Gleo club Wh'lch' sang a
doliblo number. Those present show-.
od their onjoytnent of tho boys sing
ing by calling them back for another
suloction. Tho audience was then
naked to go to tho Normal Training
room. This room had been beautifully
decoratod v with artificial apple blos
soms and thero was a display of the
. various kinds of hand work which the
I Junior niomberB of tho Normal Train
' fag class had boon working on for the
past four weeks. This work consists of
j all klnda of papor folding and cutting,
j wowing of paper, raffia and yarn,
clay molding, water color work toys
i made of many different materials, and
J many other kinds of worlc. Miss Flor
ence AntouMeB, teacher of tho class
oxplaiued the work and said that she
' was very proud of the work of this
' cluss. An alcovo of tho room had
been fitted up by tho Senior ambers
, of the class as a model ono-toacher
school. This wns explained by tho dif
ferent students as to lighting, decora
tion, equipment, etc. Miss Mary Dye
Tgavo ah interesting talk on "Our Son
' lors," and Miss Lorotta Murphy, city
j llbarlan, guvo a vary pleasing and in-
structlvo talk on '"Tho Value of tho
I Library to tho Students." Mrs. I. L.
; Slebblns, chairman of the program
commlttco, thanked tho tonghora for
' lliolr splendid cooporatlo'n and will
ingness to help with tho prornme. At
tho closo of the program tho Normal
Training girls aorvod punch and cook
ies. Tills courtesy was much onjoyod
by tho visitors.
Cholco lot 10-month-old puro herd
Duroc Jersey boars, sired by Orion
Critic, by Tho King by Orion Cherry
King. J. E. QUINN & SOX
220 East Third St.
The Store-Wide May
Closes Friday, May 19 Only 6 Days Left
Bargains Galore, Hurry and Get Your Share
wonderfully Low Prices on Everything
DRY G wODS -WOMEN'S HEADY TO WEAR - CLOTHING - SHOES
ONE PniCC TO EVERYBODY
Styles That Charm
Dainty and Economical
Thera are maay reasons why women choose Dove Under-garments. The
styles are lovely, becoming, and so artistically designed that they will al
ways delight you. Beautiful novelty fabrics, lustrous batistes, fine nain
sooks, all their materials are satisfying in quality and made up with the
daintiest of trimmings.
Women who wear Dove Under-garments know the ample measurements,
well made seams and numerous extra stitches which keep the garments
looking fresh and shapely through long service.
You enjoy wearing "DOVE Under-garments, and they are so desirable and
so moderately priced that you find an added pleasure in their very economy
Buy "DOVE" Under-garments for Satisfaction's Sake
They are well-made, their materials are the best obtainable, and
their styles the newest and prettiest of the accepted fashions.
Envelope Chemise $1.19 to $2.29 Bloomers
Night Gowns 89 to $2.29 Drawers
Underskirts $1.19 to $2.79 IPajamaj
.69 to $1.63
.69 to $1.63
$1.43 te $2.29
Also Children's Muslinwear of all kinds.
Come to Undermuslin Headquarters and See Our Beautiful Assortmant jj
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE. I
OFFICE OF MUTUAL BUILDING &
.To tho Shareholders
of Said Associattion:
At a mooting of the stato tuxlng
authorities hold in Lincoln April 2G,
ilt was. docided, Uiat In arriving at the
raluutlon to be placed on shares of
ra&glc in dome'stic Building & Loan
Associations for tho pftrpose or taxa
tion, tho same ruloof arriving at the
taxablo valuation of such shares, with
tho same deductions, as Is applied to
tho shares of stock of an other domes
Tho law provide: "The value of
tho shares of stock of corporation's or
ganized under tho laws of this state
shall bo determined for tho purpose
of this soction by deducting from the
actual value of the paid up capital
stock aurplua and undivided profita,
the actual value of the, property of the
corporation both tangible and intan
gible listed and taxed in title atate,
and the actual value of the property
of ,the corporation outaida of the
Following up this ruling and apply
ing tho sums to the taxablo value of
tho shares of this Association, it has
beon decided that only thro6por cent
of the actual value of said sharos
ahall bo returned for taxation; that
is, for each ono hundred dollars of
actual value of such 'sharo threo dol
lars shall bo returned as Intangible
and only ono-fourth of that amount
shall bo aaaesaod against tho share
holder. Shareholders can usc'ortaln tho ac
tual valuo of thoir sharos by applying
to tho secretary.
T. C. PATTERSON, President.
Piano tuning, Holloy Music House.
Special on Box Apples while
they last at$l.65 per box
Brunswick phonographs, Holley
Have you been invited?
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Day, May 14th.
G. tJ. PAS
103 South Pine. Phonp 274. North Platte, Nclu,
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