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THE NORTH PLATTE SBM1-WEEKL.Y TRIBUNE
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iWe OAllM HAPPENINGS M
A BOOK CALICO
CALL ThE GOOK
removing from tiro.
Plum Conserve: 1 square basket
bluo plums. 2 medium oranges,
:julco and grated rind. pound rals
,1ns, Vi pound of nuts, sugar.
Cook until mix- SON OF XOKTII PLATTE BLACK
SMITH IS NOW A COLLEGE
TRULY MARVELS OF NATURE
INFORMATION ABOUT AGIUCUL
TUBAL SUBJECTS FROM
Tho following clipping from wtho.
Cut Lafayetts (Indiana) Courier tollB of
plums, removo seeds, and cook until ;tho success of ono of Lincoln county's
tender In a very small amount of wat-1 80ns- 110 18 ur- waru jmuou, bon
er. Measure pulp, and add an equal jof Mr- nn1 Mrs- FrC(1 E1,lott. tho
amount of sugar. Add raisins thofathcr- was for man' yar employed,
last ten minutes, and nuts the last 5 1 in tho Iocal s3 f " Union Pacific
minutes before removing from tho fir.o. an" lR now a reUrel Pensioner of that
Cook until thick.
system. Hero is the Item: "Dr.1
If I had started with a few nurc
bord cows 30 years ago 1 would havo
fiomothlng that I would bo proud of
IT WAS GOOD
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Damolor and Mr
now rather Umu a lot of nondescript and Mrg Earl ryhorn and 80n Kon.
..mimais. Tms remarK ivas mauo to a
reproBentative of the United Statc3
Department of Agriculture-by a livc-
fidward Charles Elliott, now president I
of Poriluo University, formally assum
ed charge of tho executive affairs of
the University Saturday at a .called
nicotine of thfi hn.ivit rr friiatnna. '
noth, motored to North Platto last T, woro nf fomal ccrcmonlc3 ,n
Thursday to attend the annual Illinois connectlon wIth tho evcnt n tho ;
stock owner 75 years old. That oven
reunion picnic. They roport a won-
lnstallatlon exorcises will bo arranged i
dorlul time and hope mat next yenr a at(jr AcUng prcsMonl
il l.. . i 1 A. 1 A A 1. 1.
U1J8 ago is not voo JUJ "J """"i nvnrv mnn nr wnmnn nf in cnmmnnltv
ginning is shown by the fact that hojiborn ,n I1IlnolB or that hn8 Hved
Is a believer in purebred sires, and his
herd, though not purebred, contains
somo Holsteln cows.
Tho University of Nebraska Agricul
tural College has been sending out a
bluo print of a community typo hog
houso which has given extremely good
satisfaction during tho past two years.
This hog house Is constructed of clay
tile and stands north and south with
there for five years or more will at
tend and. see and greet old friends.
Marshall simply turned over the
presidency to his successor and wished
him well in his now field of effort.
President Elliott exprossed himself
as greatly pleased with his reception
and with tho prospects for a success
ful administration. Porducs now
president is a self-made man and
"People arc finally coming to
think of tho automobile dealer Just
as they do Of tho merchant Selling . enmos to Porlno. iw.nimlKiwl na nun nf
says J. V. Romlgh. ; tha leading educators and colleco ox-I
ocutives of tho country. Born in I
Chicago. Dec. 21, 1874, Dr. Elliott's
houso ha3 a 4' alley and 8' pons while
tho 24' house has nn 8 nlioyway and
8' pens on either side. Tho floor Is
constructed of clay tllo covered with
"Folks want local rcsponslbllty for
whatever they buy, whether It be a
ilroaa nnffnrn n lHfnlinn Tn n tc nr nn i 1 . ... -
an alleyway through the center. Two 7., 7 7, P""""1" ",ovuu lo u, onuer town
sots ar. used , 24' and 20'. Tho 20. utomoblIQ. They want to feel that of NorUl Platt0( Nebr. whon ho waf n
sumoouuy rinu iiuro in town is win- year 0i(1 Hls fntlier was a black-,
Ing and ablo to guarantee that they 'smith aml ..a g001 ono. as Dn EUiott ,
will like what they get. putg it. The son finished the school j
"Folks liko to shop for the new car, i ,vork Offcro,i iu North plnUo nnd In !
cement and 2 rows of roof .windows ?7 Th?'c" ? " ""1": ! 1895 graduated' f roni the Unlver. I
muuu unu i.niiuiuii uiuhibiu, ini8ity of Nebraska, with tho degree of
tho proposition bofo.ro attempting a , -bnchclor of science After teaching!
decision. Wo have long made It a j chemistry in tho University for two
custom to welcome shoppers hero. yoars (luring whloh Umo ho ,worlC(1
and to toll them all w.c, know about mit hls ma8ter-s degree he went, to l
automobiles nnd all tho new Dotlgo L,0adville, Colorado to teach In the I
models." , j,ig, sci10O wil0ro his ability as an '
:o: : ; exocutlvo was quickly recognized and j
Mystic pearls are considered .the , ho .was made .superintendent of
highest quality on tho market. Come ! schools, desiring more university i
Immense Trees In Calaveras Grove,
California, Worth Trip Across
Country to Sec.
One of the most Interesting sight
seeing places in California for the
nature lover is Calaveras grove, fam
ous for the grandeur nnd tigo of Its
big trees. The grove Is privately
owned and is in n small valley near
the head waters of the San Antonio,
nt an clovatlon of 4,702 feet. In the
grove are ten trees, each 30 feet In
diameter and more than seventy trees
between 15 and 150 feet In diameter.
One of the trees, now down, "the
father of the forest," nuist havo been
450 feet high nnd 40 feet In diameter,
according to n Now York Times writer.
In 1853 one of the largest trees, 02
feet In circumference ' and over !I00
feet high, wqs cut down. Five men
worked 23 days felling It, using large
augers. Tho stump of this tree bus
been smoothed off and now accomo
dates 32 dancers. In 185S a newspaper,
the Big Tree Bulletin, was printed
Near the stump Is n section of the
tree 25 feet In diameter and 20 feet
long; beyond lies the Immense trunk
us It fell, measuring 302 feet from the
base to the extremity. Upon this was
situated a barroom and tenpln alley,
stretching along Its upper surfaco for
n distance of. 81 feet, affording ample
space for two ulley beds side by side.
TEXAS ONCE SISTER NATION
aro provided on each side for sun
light. The price of these plans is $45,
which cover tho cost of blue print
paper and postage.
For tlipso who prefer tho east and
west typo half monitor houso, a plan
has been prepared, showing the pro
per placing of tho windows to place
tho sunlight in the pens on tho first
In nearly over, I poultry yard
thoro aro a great number of small
weak pullets during the month of
This undesirable condition with tho
pullets has beou caused largely by
In and see our beautiful line. Dixon, work ho went to Europe and attended
tho University of Jcnn, returning to
j ontor Columbia university from which
! he obtained his doctor's degree In lOOK.
! For tho next tiwa years ho was associ
ate professor of education thoro,
1 resigning in 1907 to bocomo professor
of education and later director of tho
j school of education of tho university
of Wisconsin. Fob. 1. 191G he resign-
In tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nobraslca. ' ,
weak breeding stock, Into hatching, Mearl E. Jacox, Plaintiff,
and improper food. Begardless of , v Vs.
What Stons nre taken at tills time ' .Tnnns wlfn nf .TnspnlT T. .Tnnns. ilo-
It will bb impossible to mature tho coased, her first, real, and true name t0 becomo chancellor of tho Unlver
poorest of these pullets In Umo to I unknown, Cora True, True, her slty of Montana wlch position ho left
come Into egg production beforo next husband, his first, real and true name
spring, hut with proper food and care j unknown, Ed Miller, Miller, his
a groat number of theso can be wife, her first, real and truo name
linntojifid Into otrcr nroductlon. unknown. WH1 iTlnnp. .fnn'cu.
Dry mash is necessary for best re-'his wife, her first, real and truo namo t l"c"(inZ " construction of fifteen
. ( i nmlfllncrR."
oil I f Cf ThnA oro TTinrw frirwi m nan utilrtmiifn Tn rii TrwtAO 1 nnoo lifa t " "
Oli.J.UOt lii V l ti Owv"-& llfcllVllU lit Cbl ' u U WllUOf D
foods on the market. Tho University j wifo, hor first, real and true namo un
of Nebraska Agricultural College Is known, Walter Jones, Jones, his
using and recommending the following wife, her first, her real and truo namo
to como to Perdue. Whllo In tho
h'ostorn state ho had charge of a
'$3,000,000 building program for tho
four state educational Institutions
100 pounds bran.
100 pounds corn meal.
100 pounds shorts.
100 pounds finely ground oats.
100 pounds meat scraps or a good
grade of tankage.
Sour milk is an excellent addition
to the ration. Ono hundred hens will
I unknown, Joseph Jones, Jones,
j his wife, her first, real and true namo
j unknown, Frank Joneij. Jonos,
ins wire, nor nrst, roai ami true namo
unknown. Flora Stewart, Sto
wart, hor husband, his first, real and
true namo unknown, their respective
heirs, devisees, legatees, and person
al representatives, all other porsons
DO YOU AVANT TO SELL YOUR
- consume about three gallons per day. Interested in tho estate of Joseph T.
This amount of sour milk will re- Jones, deceased, and all other persons
placo" about one-half the meat scraps ' claiming any interest of any kind inJ
or tankago. 1 the following described1 premises,
. :o, '- to-wit: Tho Southwest Quarter
Conserves are combinations of fru'ts (SWJ4) of Section Nino (9), Town
whoso flavor blend, preserved (with i ship Eloven (11), Range Twenty-Six
sugar ami served as a "spread". Nuts j (2G), Lincoln County, Nebraska, their
and rals'ns aro usually added to In-'real names unknown, Defendants,
crease tho food value and palatablllty. 1 Tho abovo named defendants will
When nuts aro used, they should boltako notice that on tho 12th day of
added 5 minutes boforo removing from
tho j(iro. .Very satisfactory results
Soptomber, 1922, Moarl E. Jacox, the
'plaintiff, filed his petition Sh tho
may bo obtained by BubBtltut'ng District court or uncom county,
white corn syrup for one-half the i Nebraska, against tho above dofend
amount of sugar in conserves. When ants, tho object and prayer of which
tho supply of preserves has run out! is to quiet title In tho plaintiff to
in tho spring, vory good conserves may
bo made with dried fruits and with
Grape Conserve: 5 pounds grape,
4 pounds sugar, grated rind of
orange, Julco of 2 medium Blzed
oranges. I pound seeded raisins, one
pound choppexl English Walnuts.
Wash and stom tho grapes. Separate
skins from pulp. Tho skins may bo
run thru a food chopper boforo cook
ing. Cook them until tendon Cook
pulp and put thru a siovo to removo
Boeds. Cook fruit oxcopt rnlsins with
thorn tho last ton minutes. If this la
dono tho mixture does not stick as
roadlly. Add nut flvo minutoa beforo
tho following described premises to
wit: Tho Southwest Quarter (SW)
of Section Nino (9), Township Eleven
(11), Range Twenty-Six (20), Lincoln
County, Nobraskla. Tho plaintiff
prays that tho defondant bo rcqulrod
to set out their claims and that In tho
event they fall to do so that thoy bo
forevor barrod therefrom and that tho
plaintiff bo declared ownor of said
promises. You aro required to answer
said petition on or boforo tho 30th
day of October 1922.
Dated this 14th day of Soptembor,
Moarl E. Jacox, Plaintiff.
By D. E. Ilarpor, His Atfy.
Wo aro looking for a largo demand
for to buy and rent 'North Platte, pro
perty within tho noxt sixty days, and
as wo havo sold all of our most do
sirablo houses listed with us in tho
last forty days. Wo aro deslrious of
getting a larger listing of good homes
to sell at prices that will move thorn.
If you wish to sell or rent your prop
erty see us ns wo havo customers for
tho purchasoof goofl property and
Wo havo threo good bargains on our
list nt tho present tlmo of Bmall
houses In tho west end that are In
creasing in valuo every day, that can
bo bought at a prico that will make
tho purchasor a fine homo and nice
profit. Also have purchasers for
good building lots.
Wo also wrlto Insurance
LIBERTY LAND CO.
Whcnio North Platte
COME AND SEE US
Interesting to Recall Time When the
Great State Was an -Independent
When Washington, capital of the
United States, was little more Mln n
village of mud streets between 1830
nnd 1840, says a bulletin of tho Nu
tlonal Geographical society, Austin
wns a similar world capital, the suut
of government of the Independent re
public of Texas, which for ten years,
Immediately after Independence had
been won from Mexico, existed as the
fellow-nation of the United States.
Ministers and special envoys were ac
credited to the republic by the United
States, and half a do.on or more of
tho lending tuitions of Europe, and the
forms and amenities of world diplo
macy were carried out punctiliously
In tho little capital.
Austin preserves a memory of the
only republic to enter the United
States In tho name of Its principal
street, Congress avenue. Along this
thoroughfare were situated the con
gressional halls pf the nation. At the
bend of thld nvenue, on the crest of a
commanding hill, Is tho present state
capltol. Its architecture, llko that of
many other stnto onpltols, Is largely
borrowed from the capltol at Wash
ington, and It Is almost as extensive,
bolng the largest of the forty-eight
What Poetry Is Not.
Attitudes towards poetry are ns
vnrlous as its kinds. And the render
must have thought over these nt
tltudes when he considered the prob
lem of creating an audience or becom
ing part of one, says Jeannette Marks
in tho North American Review. Some
excellent people, not lll-educnted either,
look upon poetry as ono of the ele
gancies of life, wlthnl a little super
fluous. Others think poetry Is sugnr
water. It Is, sometimes, So nrc some
people, nnd there are no federal laws
for putting them out of the way.
Somo men nnd women regard poetry
ns sentlmentnl nonsense. In that It
might bo said certnln types of pootry
nro llko any cross-section of human
nature to be found anywhere. The
most dnmnglng of nil attitudes Is that
which holds that poetry Is inimical
to the facts of llfo and of science.
Somo poetry is. Tho greatest poetry,
speaking the common speech of com
mon human experience nnd love for
nature, never Is.
first cits a and prices
Opposite Union Pacific
Brown had nttended an auction sale
of furniture and antiques and had
bought a grandfather clock.
''After the Bale he looked round for
someone to carry his purchases back
to his house, but, ulasl he could find
So at last, In despair, ho decided
to bo Ills own beast of burden. After
somo difficulty he managed to strap
his cloak onto Ills back, and trudged
off toward home.
A burly navvy happened to como
round the corner rather abruptly, nnd
a collision resulted.
"I'm sorry." gasped Brown.
"So am I," snld tho navvy, rising
from tho gutter. "If you can't bjow
ycr 'orn why don't you buy a wrlSt
watchV" London Tlt-Blts.
7 VJMAT j -THEIR. 7
I ScRAP , HOME
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BY OPIE . 'RK
VWCTKIOHT. THB BSLC &YNOICATft
)?T TALE typical of the dean of America's most sue
!lJL cessful novelists. It goes back to a period when
ffi(j&l steamboating on the Mississippi was picturesque
and full of romance.
The hero is from the North and the other prominent
characters all southern. The atmosphere is entirely of
the old South, excepting for a tinge here and there
which reveals the carpetbaggers' regime and the in
fluences of the early days of reconstruction.
Unctious with humor and character drawing, presenting
both the foibles and the lovable qualities of its people,
the story is also salty with a quaint philosophy. Plots
and incidents arc dramatic and thrilling in the extreme;
truly representative of a time when chivalry and hot
blood were still in the ascendancy and men and women
loved and hated with all the fervor of intense natures.
BEGINS NEXT FRIDAY IN THE TRIBUNE.
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for furnace, Healing Stove and Range
Best quality and preparation.,
The Artificial Ice &
Cold Storage Co.
900 East Front St.
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