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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1922)
THE, NOftTm - MkAT'CEt fllflMl-WEEKKY TRIBUNE
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,Whilo the uso of gatf for light
Ing dates tack for moro than a
hundred years;., gas has been a
standard "domestic fuel, partic
ularly In our' cftles, for less
than fifty years. .Within that
remarkably short tune, however,
gas has como Into ubo for cook
ing the moals of forty-five mill
ion American people, In addi
tion to heating millions of gall
ons of water,; each year.
So universal has become Us
use tha If" the residents of our
larger cities wcro suddonly
forced to return to coal Instead
o' gas, It wouldrequlro nearly
all the streets, alloys and va
cant lots" (bstore it. Further
more, coal fires could not be
built hi apartment houses, be
cause no provision has been
and the tenants of our modern
buildings would have to camp
out In the open in order to get
Take away gas service from
our big cities, and the next day
people would bo living like
gypsies In camps around each
North Platte Light &
DK. 0. II. CItESSLEIt
Office over tho McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Clinton's for.Ej'o Service.
Meet your - friends at Danceland,
ovory Saturday nlto.
Geo. Gleason of Omaha spent
uovoral days in North Platte last
week visiting his father Pat Gleason.
Bradley Sweaters for Men, Women
and Children at Wik.ox Department
Miss Francis Dolph and sister Dora
left Saturday for Denver where they
: will spend a few days.
Jack Palmatro of Grand Island
-visited with friends in tho city on
routo to Colorado Springs.
; Pat Carey of Lincoln spent a few
' days In tho city with friends last
;.week enrouto to Torrington, Wyo.
Leonard Itedmond loft Sunday
evening for Omaha to attend a re
union of the 89th division.
E. O. Cool came Sunday from Ju4es-
burg to spend Sunday with his fam
, Mrs. Will Swancutt returned Sun
day from Ansloy and Mason City
after visiting relatives a few weeks.
Mrs. Florence Troxler. returned
Saturday evening from her Europ
-Mr. and Mrs. John Den returned
Friday from Omaha after a weeks,
visit with relatives.
Harry Plzer returned Sunday from
Denver where ho attended tho wed
ding of his cousin Joe Plzer.
Hi has taken a
position at tho O'Connor store
began work Saturday.
Tho NIcifegeo campfiro will bo en
tertained this evening at tno nome
Miss Ruth Hogsctt.
Ernest Itlncker left Saturday Wr
Wayne. Nebraska, to attend tno
wedding of John Dressier.
W. J. Tiloy loft Sunday for Omnlha
where ho will transact business foi q
Mrs.' J. B. Elliott, suffered fiac-
tures of each arm when sho fell d(Jwn
i. ntnnlr '.
tho steps of her homo-last weelo
Mrs. Decker of Sioux City, l'i
is visiting this week at tho Dr. l
oin,i rimaa nf Sidney under.
an operation Saturday at tho ltlatto
Valloy Hospital for Appendicitis.
Roland Locko who la attending tho
University at Lincoln 1ms pWdgoa
for the Phi Gamma fraternity.
Mrs. II. P. Henckol and daijghter
Julia arrived homo Saturday opening
from a several weeks visit wltt rela
tives and friends in Salt Lako and
Los Angeles. )
Mr. and Mrs. John Halllgan 'return
ed Sunday from a summer ,trip to
Europe. Thoy woro with th() Killon
party whlqh left hr about $io first
ACTIVITIES OF THE
WHAT IS BKING DONE BY THE
DIFFERENT LODGES AND
The Trlbuno Invites contributions to
this department from all organizations
in tho city. Advance notices of
meetings and spocial program of
attractions should bo given. Thoso
aro considered as news and no chargo
la mado. We take advertising rfoticcs
at regular rates, and they are printed
There will bo no mooting this week
of tho Ladies Aid, duo to tho Fair.
Ladles Guild -will moot in the
church basement atv3 o'clock. Every-!
ono Is asked to bo present.
Ladies Aid society will hold a fooa
salo In tho building formorly occupi
ed by tho Nowton Book Store on Sat
urday September 23rd.
I COMMUNITY CHORUS
Thoro will bo a called meeting of
i tho Community Chorus to bo held In
Franklin Auditorium Thursday, Sep.
'21 at 7:30. Business of Importance
, to bo transacted.
METHODIST , ,
Ladles Aid will meet Thursday
afternoon at tho church with the
following aa hostesses: Mesdames
Krusen, Forbes, Stone, T3vans and
Carl Westcnfeldt leaves today for
York to attend tho American Legion
convention which is to bo hold in
Mrs. John Horrod left yesterday
for Alliance to visit with her dau
ghter Mrs. William Nelson for a few
Mrs. Margaret Taylor returned to
her homo in Fort Collins Saturday'
alter visiting Mrs. Howard McMlch
ael. Miss Freda Schuman has resigned
her position at tho Tramp ready-to-
wear storo and left for her homo in
Grand Island, Friday.
By Americas Greatest Story Teller.
ivlcu Who Will Rud
Grain Growers, Inc.
Thc complete reorganization of the
U. S. Grain Growers, Inc., has been
made, E. H. Cunningham of Cresco,
la., secretary of the Iowa Farm Bu
reaus, was elected president of the
Board of Directors and chairman of
the Executive Committee J. F.
Rccd of St. Paul, president of Min
nesota Farm Bureaus and R. A.
Cowlcs of. Bloomington, I1L, are the
other members of the executive com
mittee Children with crossed eyes sh6uld
be takon care of as early as possible
as the condition Is usually caused by
and error that can bo tofrccte,(J. by
glasses. Consult the Dixon Optical Co.
N F" i
Another tale of thte
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hoga left last
evening .for AurttrfiPIll.'-Vhcre
s UldojsH of
'refo called by the' serious
Mrs. Hogn's roQthorY.MrsVE.
left Mrs;. Mlko McFaddort ofl'axton, A marrlago Hconso was Issued
who, ttv Zn If J HtL, r'Bpcnt ,ft9t weok ,n U! visiting Tuesday to John O. Sltarloua 26 and
IZlZs-T ? ' wUh ii6r pAronl8 Mr' nnrt Mr8' Jo,m " E Nichols,- 27i rrioth
several weeks. . tt .. . .. .
Herrod. nVo at Gothenburg.
Wo would bo pleased to havo you - -J - .. . ' -
luiioiiii. us auoui your eyes, oiop inio
our store at any Umo nnd you twill
be wolcomo. Dixon Optical Co. 1
UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE.-
No. 1 4:45 p. n.
No. 3 1:45 a. m i
No. 7 4:25 p. m j
No. 11 2:04 p. m.
No. 13 8:10 a. mj
No. 15 12:40 .a. la
No. 17 G:25 p. m
No. 19 9:10 a. m.
No. 53 8:50 a. in.
No. 25 , 7:00 p. m.
No. 2 , 12:20 p.
No. 4 11:00 p.
No. 8 12:05 p.
No. 10 2:25 p.
No. 12 11:30 p.
So. 14 10:55 p.
No. 1G --r 8:55 a. ra
'o. 18 1:15 p. m
No. 20 7:20 p. m
No. 54 10:10 p. m.
No. 2G 5:40 a. m.
Two French workmen woro talking
at a public bar. Of course, slnco tlioy
wcro not talking about horso racing,
they wero talking about politics.
"Tho various national debts go up
Into trillions of francs," declared one,
with tho nlr of a man who Is saying
The other didn't blink.
"Trillions, I say," thundered tho
first. "Do you know what n trillion
"Yes," drawled his friend, "tho
same as a billion, only n lot moro
L. & S. Grocce in
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