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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
UKGE8 AHJ'LE SUPPLY OF 91 ILK i PLATTE VALLEY POULTRY ASSO
FOB GKOVflNCT SCHOOL CIAT10N WILL HOLD AN-
CHILDKEN UAL -EYENT
LOG OF ft BIRD LOVER
Whore tliero is oloso co-operation
between the Federal ami Stato Gov
ernment, predatory animal and rodent
eatormihatlon work Is very much
moro effective" stated Dr. A.' IC Fish-
Tho summer birds have nil loft
arc coming In, I say all have loft
for the south but I should expect such
erratic migrants as tho mendowlark
than In their homeland in the north.
Hunters have beon out in forco this
week and it has been a battle of
Now that milk is Berveil in many The annual 'winter exhibition of
rtlllillr. Hrlirvrilq tlimitptimtt ihn nmmtiv Ihm t'lnttn Vnllnv Pmillrv Auouilnllnn
" - .... Vua..UMW ...w - . DVVIIIllUli fill (), I . I I 1 . ., .1 , , , , , .
Mm TT,.lio,i oint . a ...mi i.t.i i., x.n. til... i.. .r... """ " i"u wuuur visitors
I wiv uuivvh uujrtll Vlllt.ll b Ul " ,l HVUI Itk AUl III 1 lilllV 111 Ultll
rlculturo suggests that inspectors uory. The dates will bo announced
should mako frequent rlslts to the lator. An enthusiastic mcetlnir wns
or. o' the Biological Survey. In TOD ' HnhonlB tn Hon Unit tlm mltlr 'in nt irnnil linlil hint Tnrailnv ovnnlnir ..Hlh n
resenting the United States Do-, quality when delivered and that it is, good number or substantial-poultry a" o"8101 robIn- T" wild
P- tment of Agriculture at- the handled and served to the children in breeders present As soon as a com-' BOeBl' "r m,BrantB nnd tho' aronmv
Seventh Annupl Convention of the a sanitary manner. Insn.tnrs In lin notont imnlirv iii.1rn on,, i, L.w.rn.i. c " 'ht'lr wnv to. warmer cllmntcs
Sheop and Goat Itaiaors.' Association ; cities where milk Is not served in tho, tho dates will bo announced. The na-i'horo food wlH bo more abundant
or Texas, nt San Angolo, Tex., this 'schools aro urged to abvocato the soclntion voted to purchase "a largo
summer. There should bo hotter co-adoption of the plan. number of now exhibition coops to
operation particularly in tho mat- flimnf tlin ilntira nf Ihn'lniini.nlnr k nnnliln It' In linl.1 n liliror nn.l Imttnr
tor of appropriations, so that Uiojto soo to it that tho milk docs not ' exhibition this year. A now class will wl,s wlth tho sccso wlth tho rcs"s
largest amount of moiitsy available stand for Bomo time boforo being used., bo creatod this yoar for utility birds, (Uvitlc(l- So,no s,l0ters have rctum
from both Federal and Stato sources! A good plan Is to have it dolivorod just ' to bo awarded solely for egg product e(1 wIth n good bn& while others
way be obtains, ho pointed out. !nt luueh tlme, 0P , lllU f9 Ml conJu6h, And a stiver cup awarded to tho;cnino homc oP-haudcd. Ducks
A A,tU6ugli rodent work Is not so venient. to see that there aro facilities , host pen in this, class. This sliouldnro stni Q"110 Plentiful and will con
spoctacular as destroying wolves,! for icing and storing it. By taking arouso considerable Intorcst among jUm,c t0 Btay herc ,n diminishing
mountain lions, or coyotes" Dr. Fisher 'samples at frequent Intervals a close farmers and others who havo utility numt)orB unuI 1,10 water iroozes.
TM080 ulrdB seem to prorer tno coiaor
cllmatos and only go south to keep
in touch with a plentiful supply of
food. - Somo of tbo hardier ducks '
havo been known to stay in Nebraska
all winter whero they were undlBtur-1
bed In water which did not freozo.
Years ago tho writer observed a ilock
of .mallards on a llttlo pond in York
county. This pond was fed by a
number of springs and thp flow was
so rapid that tho water never froze
over in tho pond. Tho mallardB ,
stayed there all winter. Tho kill-1
George Sherwoi d cf onthovn .Mrs. L G. Gunning returned to her
Callforh a spent WoducPd:;y n tho ,n,c jn ?)t Thur.ulay after spend-
tlty vlfiltlnj.' od rr nls II" wni . ..l i . -. n fp city visiting
a formed rerldint lur . ' - 'i - a iek homo.
declared, "Stockmen aro beginning to chock can bo kept on the methods of flocks. Tho premium list will bo Is-
Toallzo that tho damage on their handling. Bued in plonty of tlmo to allow
ranges from theso little animals Is J Milk for use at all schools should ul- poultrymon to Btudy it and prepare
very considerable, and in eomo cases ways bo pu up in bottles to reducojtholr entries. Keith Neville Is prcsi
moro than equals that of tho preda-.the ch.nco of contamination- Boforo dent and Hobt. Jandebour Is secretary
tory animals. Tho Biological Survey j the bottles aro opened tho tops should J of tho association.
considorB that theso. two branches of, bo thoroughly washed. Because . to: .
work should go hand in hand and glae'sos and cups may not bo kept NOTICE
that States usually should appropriate clea. ,t is best for tho milk to bo UftvI Abh0&Cb for tho folloW
about tho same amount for each nc-J drunk directly from tho bottle. Tho ,ng now bo w flt th
UVJL7' . . . uao of B,PP,nB 8l"vws ,s vory f ,sftlc" 'ofttce of the City Treasurer.
"Tho department boHovea that if tho tory. Somo dairies use special pro- pj District
liriurio uug uiono nuru uiienuiiinwi locuve caps on uouien oi miiK sent, 10
over ifs entire range which (s econo- schools.
mically possible, 4,000,000 mono cattle
and 4,000,000 moro sheep could boj
raised on that area, duo to tho In-'
crease in the supply of forage.
"Records of the Biological Survey
isliow that in Texas its hunters, co-
operating with Iflio Stato agencies,
havo killed about 20,000 nrodiatory !
animals, aggregating a saving of over
$2700,000. Of this total of 17,800
Wolves and coyotos captured, moro
than half had records as killers. Close!
co-operation of tho States with the j
Bureau of Biological Survey will re
liovo stockmon of much worry and ,
pecuniary loss through moro adequate)
protection given to their flocks and
Darby and Joan.
"Darby nnd Jonn" was tlrst applied
to h very happily Lurried couple who
lived In the .Eighteenth century and
bore those names. Thcv with .Tnim
Darby, printer, of Bartholomew's
Close. London, Knghmd, and hla wife,
Jonn, The rotistaney and devotion to
one another of this old-fashioned, sim
ple, and virtuous couple so Impressed !
Henry Woodfull, who had served his ;
apprenticeship with the primer, that i
he wrote a poem, "Diiil.y and .loan,"
In commemoration. ThN poem was
printed In the London (.entleimm's
Magazine; and received n good deal of
notice. The cxpiessli-n then passed
into the Kntlish lnnguuge as Hvinboliz-
I ing the eventide of happy wedlock.
3 (East 4th Street) I
4 nVnat. Kth
5 (West 4 to Oak)'dcor 18 anothcr bird .which likes to I
;stay nere ns long as poasiuiu. it can
still be seen on tho bottomlands a
long the river and only last week ono 1
flew over the city, with Its kllldoor
cry ringlnu out in tho crlBD air. Tho I
Clintona for spectacles.
As Niaht After Day. I
The scene was a bedroom in a sub- '
urb, and n wearied parent wns prom- !
enadlng the lloor at a weird hour of I
the early morn, with his first-born In '
his arms. Many vain endeavors to
soothe . the infnnt's cries hud been
made, but the little one was laboring ,
under the Impression that things
needed waking up and that he was the
person to do it. i
"It seems to me you knew what you j
were aJout," groaned l'Ickelbury to his j
wife, "when you Insisted on the child ,
being cnlled 'Hugh.' "
"What has his name to do with his
fretfulness?" naked the unsuspicious
"Everything 1" replied the wretched ;
man. "You. would call hlra 'Hugh, you ,
know, and where there Is a hue there's
always a cry." London Tit-Bits.
C (East nth)
Districts 3 and C havo been drawing
Interest sinco October 6th, 1922, and
districts 4 and 5 will begin drawing
Interest December 6th. 1922.
L. E. MEHLMANN greater class of water blrdB Is ono
City Trcasure'r 1 of the most interesting and ono of
;o; .. the least known of all classes of local
Heal Estate Mortgages bought and 1 birds. There aro many Interesting
fold. T. C. Patterson. specimens in Lincoln county nnd thoy
:o: : well repay tho bird lover for any
Chinese Have Fondness for Bird.. time spent in observing their lifo
In addition to using birds and their j hlBtory'
nests us food, the Chinese keep birds j
as pets, 'i'helr fondness for birds la J
one of the most pleasant features of
their national character. Birds furnish
them with much amusement.
Several kinds of bird pets are taught
to catch seeds thrown into the air!
nfter Jumping- from perches held in!
the hand. Except In winter, one can !
always see people going into the open ,
country early In the morning with j
their pets, to cutch grasshoppers to,
feed them, and to teach their pets new j
songs. ' i
L. & h. (Irocfleria.
Our English Language. ,
Misplaced phrases cause many mis
understandings. Here are some col
lected by Everybody's Magazine from
publications ull over the country.
The owners of apple trees, some of I
which have not been looked after for j
years, are undergoing pruning all
through this .section.
"Special dining-room for ladles,
Bteaks and chops."
For Sale Five-room house, all mod-,
ern. Oood chlciteii-liouse."
A physician advises, parents never to!j
gpanic a cniiu on an oupiy suunucu.
Just a Gesture. I
"What good did it do you to emp-1
ty your shotgun at that aviator? You
Il.l.. 1.1 1.1... VI 1
COUIUI1 I "11 Il.l" I
"Well," replied the Irate farmer,
"I'm gettin' tired of tliein fellers llyln'
low over my property. He couldn't
hear nie cuss. Whut other way did I
have to express my sentiments?
Birmingham 'Age Herald.
Sat helore tke I
Wax prices. y I
Uettei! tkan ft
j before jfLp 1
lM JBVm M..l f BBS E P
m w AodelA 2j
llM -r oarrci v n in
1 Pdie-Lewls Arms &iupaii I 1
ii Chtcopee Falls. Aass
From now until Dec- I
Balked at Wearing , Old Costumes.
At Princess Mury's costume ball noj
one could be found to represent 'the!
fashion between 1880 nnd 1000, In thej
fashion parade. They were so ugly
i that no one would wear them! Crino-
lines were there, and "other eccen-,
irlcitles of fashion before and after
that period, but that time of oustlca,
full and heavy trimmings, big sleeves
and ridiculous hats were voted out al
together; they were not even consid
ered funny or quaint enough to he
given a pluee in the procession. Lon-;
2on" Times. ,
I am closing out my
entire line of Art Needle
Work, at a big discount.
This i a good oppor
tunity to do your Xmas
The Right Auctioneer
Means Dollars to you. My specialty is
See me or Phone. I am busy but can book another one.
I. D. BROWNFIELD
Phone 74 ' Hershey, Neb.
From now until Dec
5th, we are giving
fourteen pictures for
the price "of a dozen.
Photographs are gifts that best express personal
ity, and when you give our photographs you know
the best materials obtainable andthe service of ex
perts have been put into them.
Phone for your appointment today. You have
nore time and we have, too, than in December.
Tho undersigned will sell at Public Auction at his farm 3 miles
somth and ono mile west of North Platte, on
Wednesday, November 22nd.
Commencing at ono q'clock
61 Head of Cattle
9 mllsh cows, somo fresh in noxt two months, all fftish by February,
7 big thrAe yoar old Btoors. 12 coming two year old steers. 24 stock
cows. 9 had yearling heifers.
17 Head of Shoats
10 Hhoats weighing about 100 lbs. 7 shoats weighing, about 50 lbs.
CHICKXNS 2 dozen Rose-Comb Brown Leghorn, pure bred pullets.
16 Rose-Comb Rhode Island Red Cockerels, puro bred. 12 bronze
FABM MACHINERY John Deoro two-row in good shape. Flylnc
Dutchman riding cultivator, six shovel. 2 corn stalk drills. Spring
wagon. Broad tiro wagon with bed,- Grind stone.
Free Lunch at Noon
TERMS $20 and under cash, C onths time nt 10 per cent Interest
will bo given on bankable notes.
T. F. .ZIMMERMAN, Owner.
II. W. JOHANSEN, Auctioneer
P. C. l'lELSTICKER, Clerk.
Use YOUR Car this Winter "
COLD weather is hard on any storage
battery. With a powerful Prcst-O-Lite.
Battery in your car, and
Prest-O-Lite Service to care for it, you can
always bo suro of the "juice" to turn over
your engine and to feed your headlights.
Call here regularly for testing.
1 Midwest E'eitric Servico Station.
Wheat Is Nature's Be$t Food
Nature has provided for man a great multitude of
nourishing foods. The most perfect of these Is wlioat
the staff of life. Bread made from good wheat Is perfect
food. But the wheat must be properly ground or It will
lose some of its qualities for health making.
SI0DX LOOKOUT FLOUR
Is made right- by tho latest designed milling ma
chinery. With it the house wife can make those big crusty
brown loaves which appeal to the members of the family.
. AT ALL GROCERS.
Thq undersigned will sell at public auction at his farm 12 mliea
cast of North Platte, Nobr., and ono half mllo west of Blgnoll, Nobr..
and 8 miles southweut of Maxwell, Nobr., on
Tuesday, November 28th.
Commencing nt ono o'clock Bharp, tho following propor.ty to-wit:
17 HEAD CATTTE
Consisting of 8 milch cows from 3 to 7 years old, ono registered
White Face Bull, 3 steers, ono year old, 0 sprlfik calves.
16 HEAD OF HORSES
Consisting of 10 mules, 3 and 4 years old, 2 mules C and 9 years
old, weight 2100; bay aro 8 years old weight 1100; bay standard bred,
maro weight 1200; bay horse 5 years old weight 1200; by colt 3 years
old weight 1200.
108 HEAD OF HOGS
Consisting of 40 sows, GO barrows, 12 pigs, 2 registered male
hogs, 4 registered sows. ,
5Q PLYMOUTH ROCK HENS
McCormlck blndor, 7 foot, nearly now; McCormick corn binder;
Emerson two-row cultivator; I & O lister; McCormlck mower, 0 foot;
hay ri).ck; Great Western manure spreader; 5 In. tiro wagon complote
4 inch tiro wagon and rack; 3, sots of work harness; "saddle and other
articles too numerous to montton.
TERMS $20 nnd undor cash, over that amount, C months tlmo at JO
por cont interest will be given on approved notes.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
WILL ALSO SELL 180 ACRES OF LAND .
Being N& of N of 34, 13, 29.
A choice homo farm.
Located 12 milea south east of North Platte, Nobr., and ono-half
milo west of Bignell, Nobr., and eight miles south west of Maxwell,
Nobr., on good road to any of tho abovo towns, ono half mllo from
.school In which thoy teach all grades to eleventh gcado, ono half
mllo from church. Improvements consist of large seven room stucco
bungnlo with full' bascmont, new horso barn 30x42x14, nearly now
cow barn 24x30, nearly now cattle shed 22x44, hog house 10x50, good
wator supply, furnishing wator to all buildings, eight hydrants being
used ns convenience, 2 good wolls, granary 12x14x8, ono chlclcon house;
14x24, ono chicken houao 12x14, garago 12x10. All buildings nearly
now nnd in good condition.
3 feed lots for cattle and hogs. Land fenced und cross fenced with
good fence. '
Farm has 130 acres cultivated "land, part being alfalfa, 30 acres
nasturo, orchard consisting of 250 good boaring applo, pear, chorr;
and peach trees, also good grove.
Will carry mortgngo for $8,000, payable $1,000 or multiple on anv
Interest paying dato, on or before August 1st. 1026. Tormn on
abovo farm to bo announced on dato of gale.
R. L. DOUGLAS, Owner.
II. M. ,JOHANSf.., Auctioneer. p. C. PIELSTICIER, Clerk.
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