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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SKMI-WfcldKLY THIHl XI
"Your fe'ns blackens my cook
ing utensils," exclnlmed n liouso
wife tho other day.
"Wo Investigated and ono look
at her gas range was enough.
It had not been properly clean
ed 111 Wnf1rn tinr1ina in mnnllitt
.. ZliSJl' burnors woredjHy and
Kiuuay, me noies iodine air
woro,. partially cloggeiT"and
Vhcn the gas was ngnted It
burned with a lonfc, enow,
An hour later you wouldn't
l'avo known that rango. Tho
holes to tho air mtxors had boon
cloaned out and the burners
had -ifeen washed in a strong
solution of hot water and wnah-
Ing soda, and then carefully
rinsed and replaced. When tho
gas was lighted, It burned with
a clear, blue, feathery fame.
Of ten,.. as In this case, blamo
is placed upon tho gas supplied
when in reality tho troublo is
caused by tho manner In which
tho gas is being burned.
How clean is your gas rango?
North Platte Light &
I have installed an up-to-dato pop
corn wagon on, oast Sixth street, next
to Horrod's grocery. I will keep up
tho quality of croamery buttered.jiop
corn and cleanliness is my motto al
ways. The public is cordially invited
to give mo a trial.
W, O. Brown, proprietor.
JUST TELL CENTJtAL 212
When placing your order for groceries
DEFOHEST CASH GROCERY
DH. 0. H. ClUfSSLlSK
Oftiea oror tlio McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Dixon Optical Co. Lons grinding.
Will McGlono returned Wednesday
to Denver after nttumllng tho funoral
of Mrs. Soyforth.
Miss Pearl Hunter left yesterday
for Los Angeles, Calif, whoro Bho will
spend sovoral weeks visiting friends.
Mr. vnnd Mrs. Bert Manning left
yesterday for Grand Islond to visit
J. O. Fuller of Tryon transacted
business in tho city tho first of tho
Mrs Mattlo Woodhurst has resigned
her position at tho Loader. Her res
ignation will take effect Juno 24.
Miss Vera Swift of Gothenburg is
in tho city nttonding tho Epworth
Mary Louden is in Denver visiting
relatives. She will return homo Sun
day. Mrs. A. O. Talbott loft Wednesday
for Meadow Grovo to visit relatives
for several weeks.
Clarence KHono of Tryon transact
ed business In tho city tho first of
J. C. Moore returned yesterday
from Sidnoy where ho has been trans
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Terhene of Suth
erland are tho proud parents or an
eight pound baby boy" born yester
day. Miss Mary Dyo loft for her homo
at Igalinn, Kansas yesterday. Sho
taught in tho Senior High school last
F. C. Plelsticker aud J. C. Piol
ocicker and J. C. Holman attended!
tho Kiwanis Club In Kearney Tues
William Ebrlght yesterday filed
for tho nomination as County Super
intendent of Lincoln Couty schools to,
succeed Mrs. Cochran. Thero is no
pollticai affiliation attached to tho
nomination as tho place goes on tho
non-political ballot. Mr. Ebrlght serv
ed several years as county superin
tendent of Lincoln county about 14
year ago and has sinco been look
ing aftfer his ranch interests. Hq has
lived in Lincoln county continuously
for a long time and Is woll known.
LOOK WHAT'S COMING
11.00 Christian "aolonoo tervjeo.
Servlcos in Building & Loan BId'g.
SWEDISH MISSION -will
hold a hiooting at tho Baptist
church .Tuesday Juno 20 at 8 p. in,
8:00 "Tho Open Window."
11:00 Preaching services.
S:00 Preaching services
LUTHERAN ' ' .
11:00 "A Saving and- Instructive
No evening service
8:00 Holy communion
11:00 Morning prayer and sermon.
7:30 Eevening prayer and Sormon.
will hold a picnic a tho Frank
Strolberg farm G miles twest 'of
town on Friday tho 23. Dinner will
bo served at noon after which n 'pro
gram will bo given by tho Sunday
School. A light supper will bo served
In the evening. Tho Lutheran League
will give a program in tho evening.
Dixon Optical Co. Glasses fitted.
Mrs. D. T. Quigloy loft last night
for Oamhn. She was called hero by
tho death of her mother, Mrs. Anna
Alvln Ranch returned Wednesday
from Cheyenno and points on tho
Northport branch whero ho has boon
advertising tho Fourth of July races.
Mrs. Virginia MqQualloy pnssod a
way last Saturday evening nt tho Co-
hagon hpme on South Chestnut, whoro
sho was making hor homo. Sho was
G3 years of ago and has mado North
Plato her homo for sovoral years. Hor
husband, John W. McQualloy died in
1910. Slid loaves four children to
mourn hor death, nono of whom wero
able to bo present at tho funoral. The
Christian Science Church had charge
of tho funeral which was hold Monday
afternoon from tho Cohagcn homo.
Burial was in North Plate cemotery.
W. I. SHAFFER
Over tho Oasis
Manufacturer's Surplus Stock of
150 Summer Silk and Tu
On Display and Sale
LADIES' OUTFITTING STORE
North Platte's Husiest Women's Storo
A Fortunate Cash Purchase
while in tho Eastern Markets last week Mr. Block succeeded in buying the surplus
stocks of two of the foremost Dressmakers in Chicago at a great concession in price.
The Dresses are here now for your inspectipn. Come in and look them over. Every
dress is a wonder at the price. We will not quote prices here because prices mean
nothing. When you see these beautiful frocks""for yourselves, you will concede that
they are the most wonderful dress values ever shown in North Platte.
Ladies" Outfitting Store
North Platte, Nebraska
Hi The dresses consist of cool, breezy (issue ginghams, dotted Swiss, organdies, ra
Hi tinees, shantung, silk pongee, silk flowered crepes, in beautiful combinations light and Hi
dark canton crepe", summer flannels, etc
rS ' ' Hi
I June For Life Insurance
jjj There must be a time. for eveyone to, check up their life insurance and figure whether you are carrying an adequate amount to protect your family and business respon-
sibility. Ordinarily you wait until an agent calls on you and then realizing you are not carrying an adequate amounte. buy an extra $1000 to $5,000 on whatever plan he
Hi suggests, figuring more the premium than the protection and possibly you are not then even adequately protected. Wny not figure cut for yourself and then buy your insurance
jjj like you would buy anything else.
You Can Save Money By Buying Travelers Insurance
As Proof Compare These Rates With Those Quoted
By Any Other Company.
Ordinary Life Npn-Pariicipatirig a
Annual $12.43 Semi Annual $ 6.46 Quarterly $ 3.29 Monthly
Annual $13.48 Semi Annual $ 7.01 Quartorly $ 3.57 Monthly
Annual $15.10 Semi Annual $ 7-85 Quarterly $ 4.00 Monthly
Annual $17.19 Semi Annual $ 8.94 Quarterly, $, 4;5& Monthly
Annual $20.11 Semi Annual $10.46 Quarterly S&fr Monthly
Annual $24.21 Semi Annual $12.59 Quarterly $ 6;42 Monthly
Annual $29.77 Semi Annual $15.48 Quarterly $ 7.89 Monthly
Annual $37.79 Semi Annual $19,65 Quarterly $10.01 Monthly
Annual $48.98 Semi Annual $25,47 Quarterly $12.98 Monthly
Annual $63.08 Semi Annual $32.80 Quarterly $16.72 Monthly
Annual $82.86 Semi Annual $43109 Quarterly $21.96 Monthly
Remember the Travelers is one of the five largest Insurance companies. Policies absolutely unrestricted. Policies can bo written withttho most liberal Disability
Feature and Double Indemnity for Accidental Death. ' ,
I issue forty different forms of life policies which I fit carefully to each individual. - . v " ' .. '
Service is given with every policy issued from this office.
C. F. TEMPLE, The Travelers Man
R. & L. BUILDING
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