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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SICM f-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
THE UNION REVIVAL
Kofjts on tiik progress
. INCIDENTS OK TIIK
na WATCH YOUR SALE DATE LIVE STOCK MARKETS
nnd Mrs. II. I). Rasmusson, Mrs.
Wlllots nnd children Clayton
Virginia, Miss Viola Carlson. Miss
Arblo Haddorf. A. S. Hannla or Coun- i,ov- i2 " '- "iroo tnilos south
oil Bluffs. Jown. Gio Porter of Gon- 011,1 one 1111 lc west of North Plntte, T.
eva; Paul Ramsey" of Beatrice and
George Kllno of Hastings.
Tonight tho subject will bo "Human
Ostriches" and Mr. Frasor has pro
mised something especially good.
Knlwlnlns at Dinner Friday.
Mrs. 1). E. Morrill will entertain .
Friday evening at a turkoy dlnnor. '''' ' Honor of Mr. Atteberry
.Misses Sarah IIowos ana Iluth
Kaons entertained Thursday ovonlng
Coi'ors will bo placed for fifty guests
uMi- avrus m rnnics nl ,iie Howes homo at a Linen and
Miss Neva Troxlor cnlertulned list ChlnE shower In honor of Mrs. Dnwnv
evening at a bridge party at her homo. Atterborry, formorly Miss Bortha ,
F. Zlntinor. owner.- H. M. .Inhnnsnn.
Nov. 28 Sale of registered short
mrn cattle at Elmhurat farms by E.
Y. CroBsgrovc & Sons.
November 28 Public sale at farm
of R. 1 Douglas, twolvc miles south
east of. North Platte. Llvo stock, ma-
The morning prayer meetings arc Sho wl" ontortaln at a similar party Sportsman. She received many boau-'- . y aCfaB of ,aml- H M
increasing In attendance and power. ovonlng. tirul and useful gifts. Atthoclosoof Auctioneer.
Waltomath and Mrs.
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til us u iniifiMien rriuuj mui uiiif;. uiuy Mr Fred
tvjii uo iioKi caen morning una .wook. i, ,,,.i. ..., , , , . nronfiit
, ., Arthur .Rush will bo hostesses at a "1P"-"1
Anyone who does not know whoro tho . . , , , , . ,
sorlos or ono o'clock luncheons n lin
ncarost meeting Is to be hold should i., ,. , .. , ,,,,
, . , . given on Wednesday and Thursday o
phone ono of the preachers or somo
this weok at tho Waltcmath home.
Tho biggest crowd of tile campaign
filled tho church on Sunday cvonlng.
It was thrilled with tho volume of
Series of Tens Saturday and .Monday.
Mrs. Ceo. Austin, Miss Laura Mur
ray and Mrs. E. F. Sooberger will
entertain Rnfiirilnv nf iiiia wnnk .....i
song which swollcd out when some of Mni. . - . , ,
., ,' . , Monday of the following week at a
tho hotter known songs wcrp on- , ,,... , , . ......
, ,, , series of teas to bo given at the Aust n
nonneod. Tho sermon by Mr. Frasor , l(mo
was "Moral and Spiritual Suicide"
llio evening a delicious lunch was Mrs. E. M. DavMsnn luff fi.o
nerved, There wore thirty guests 0f the week for Columbus whoro h
will visit with frlonds for a fow days, j
Mrs. M. J. Possum and daughter ;
i-.veiyn of Pajrton shopped lit tho
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Broternltz ro- j
turned Saturday from points in
Sunday and Monday were nlco days
hero. The forecast says it will be fair
tonight and Wednesday,, not much
and It was a powerful appeal to tho Lutheran Ladles Servo Supper t ehango In temperature. The highest
fndividual to shun sin. , Tho Luthoran Ladles Borvcd supper yesterday 43, a year ago 44; lowest
. , , " , to church council and a committee ' ,nst night 26) a year a'go 9.'
Saturday night was he second. 0l lon mon of tho clmrch ,n Uj :o.
children's program and it was fully mont Frlday ovon,n Aflop flU Monoy to loan on farms. Seo Geno
up to tho standard of the first pro-1 wns fiorvod arrangom"n,8 wero lliado ' Crook.
gram. Tho singing was Inspiring nnd for .... Evcrv M . . :
fhn rnOBntro wnn snlrltiinl. ATr. Frnznr 4 .... ,v
' " uogins mis wooic. 1
spoke on "Influence of tho Homo." ,
Ho emphasized tho necessity of par- Westminister Guild Ulcers.
ontB leading, their children in tho right The Wustmlnlatr Guild mot last
way and of leading them to makb ovonlng In tho Prsbytorlan church
early decisions. parlors. A business meeting was flrfct
, , ,TTT" o . . i i 1101,1 antl thon tllkH wor Blvon by
Wednesday night Is Sunday School lMr8 M.E Cros '
night F,tch Sunday. School of ton After the meeting tho members
four churches participating will moct-onJoyo, a taff .
nt Its own church. Tho Mothodlst
Sunday School will lino up and march ' Annltersnry Ilanqnct
to the Presbyterlnn church whoro It Tlo anniversary banquet of tho D.
will bo Joined by that -school nnd Hiey ,A H. will b held Nov. 22 at' 7
will march to tho Christian church o'clock at tho Luthoran 6hurch. All
whero that school will join tho throng friends nrc Invited to attend. Ites
and march to tho HaptiBt church to be orvatlons must bo mado and tickets
joined by that school and then down, secured from Mrs. Kolth Novlllo. An
Dowoy street to tho placo of starting. ' Interesting program has boon arrang
Tho scrvlco will ho most Inspiring ed.
with the body ot the church rosorvod
for iro Sunday schools.
rlday,was cloudy with tho usual nntIfnrntn wQ,,,M. T.,,.
dampness and mist that has been tfre- whlle at CnIdwoU Jdaho d
v ing tho past two weeks. Saturday, ;at tho Ed Lov?land homc an(J
Tho following quotations wero tho
peulng markets at South Omaha this
morning and were received here by
telegraph at 10 a. m.
Ueef steers about steady. Feds dull.
She stock, bulis and veals mostly
stoady, stockers nnd feeders unchang
Slow early salos. Ton to flftcon
conts lower. 200 to 240 pound butch
ers $7.75 to $7.80. Top $77.S5. Early
salos packing grados $7.00 to $7.25.
Bidding now mostly twenty-flvo conts
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Scott visited
friends in Gothenburg Thursday.
Mrs. A. W. Secoro of Brulo arrived
Sunday to visit In the city with
frlonds for a week.
It. It. Henderson "and family of
Brady wero shoppers In the city on
Hoy Brown of Lowcllon transactod
buslncs In tho city tho last of tho
Mrs. Cora Todd spent Sunday In
l'rady visiting at tho homo of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sullivan of
Prady woro visitors In tho city yes
terday. Mrs. V,t A. O'Donnoll and children
ol' Grant are visiting in tho city at
tho V. II.' LeDhoyt homo.
Mrs. Mlhiile Mooro hns taken a
position in tho bazaar at tho Hotol
C. E. Sousor left yesterday for
Goring after spending a few days In
tho city with his family.
Mrs. Lovoland were former residents.
Home talent ,play and box supper
at tho Slar. school house Nov. 24.
Everybody cordially invited.
Having left my board and bed, I
am not responsible jbr any dobts
contracted by my wife.
A private home ' before and during
confinement. Habits adopted Into j
good homes. Confidential:
Grand Island, Nebraska I
Mrs. J'attrsun Kntoitnlns.
Mrs. T. C. Pattorson entortnliiort
Mrs. Morton Jlolley loft tho Mem- Saturday at a one o'clock lunohoon
orial hospital yesterday after rccelv- at her homo in honor' or Mrs
ii)g sinedlcal treatment for several , Florence- Horshoy of -Oklahoma City;
weeks. m 1 'and .Miss Caroline Delton of San
f. -:o: ,tleso, Calif., who aro guests at the
PIANO AT A SACRIFICE W. H. -McDonald homo. Roses and
i- -I, i, T i ii chrysanthemums wore used In tho
For quick disposal will make big C(,ior scj,omc
sncrillee in price. This Is a high grade '
make left on our hands in North Gives Dinner in Honor of Jllrthday.
Platte. Write at once for special Mrs. G, M. Webb ontortalncd at a
price, 'terms and particulars to the dinner Sunday In honor of hor fiftieth
Donvor MubIc Co., Donvor, Colo. blrthday Those present wero Mr.'
EVERY ORGAN IN THE
BODY IS VITAL TO YOU
Every organ In our bodleK Is vital to our welfare and con-,
These organs aro kept healthy and functioning as a -result of
- , tho active Intelligent energy sent. our from Jhc brain.
This nerve force is transmitted to tho organs of the body by
tho spinal nerves. To protect theso nerves and as support to. the,
' Wdy wo have a spinal column. '
K 'ri1G spinal column Is made dp of soparato movable bones. If
ono of theso bones becomes out of place the pressure results on
' 1 tho nerve.
"The Chiropractor dclleves this pressure by adjusting the verte
bra that is out of place. '
No pressure --No disease. ..
BATCHELDER '& BATCHELDER
11ITTtltn 1 ft ft s a s
Over Star Clothing House
Ot'Hee Hours Nortli l'lalte, N'eb.
!):()() a. in. to 12:1)0 . in.
2:00 p. hi. to 5:0i. . ,
7:00 I. in. to S:j)0 nu
tMhor Hours ly Appointment.
Wednesday and Thursday.
Here Is tho life story of tho Toothpicks. They wero raised bot'ord
thoy wero born. It Is a long, long story, very pointed, rather thin ana
gathers food for thought. The least said-the bettor. They dnnco.
Just a little different. He Is a young chap with, splendid person
ality, good appearance and with a remarkable ability as an tjnter
talnor. Offering consists,of talking, singing andjmitatlon of the woods.
FRANK AND GRACE WEBB.
A pharmacy phantasy. Something new, something different, and
bomethlng odd. . ,
FRAWLEY AND'EST. - ADVANCED COMEDY GYMNASTS.
This is an ac. that is In a class ail. by iwelf.-Thls pair h- played
all tho best vaudivillo in the U. S. and have never failed to intiko good.
Also a good feature picture will bo shown.
Do not forget vaudirUla will bo two dajs this wook, Wodnesdav
Record Sheet for the Purpose of Making Complete Record for the Five Weeks of the $150.00 PrizTContest
neatlyiryor'rml1 ? n ? ? "m .Ut Ul blaDk J"3t fa,low lnstruct,ons. P er each heading each item in Us proper place. Fold these un
iZnlJXZJT , !l 11 b0 "S B00n ,lS P0S8,bl aft0r th Ul8t ,S8UQ f th 19tU ,lay 01 There will be an ad appear each week fronx this time untU Decemhi
o m at f th tMk,L' r mM H 10 the Trlbll offlco not " Thursday noon of December 21. Where It will bo passed upon with all thooTbjrwSd
tho ads 15, what the merchant advertised 10 and nZess rSnts count-purchases 10 points, amount or purchases 10 points, misspelled words 50. number times names appeared in . ,
Bo sure that you have signed your name as well as filling out all blank places before you placo It In tho envelope. ' '
IrliiCH Wi" b 'awimlud uot lfttor than Saturday evening," December 23rd.. and the winners announced In the Tribune on the following Tuesday.
Austin, C. M.
Boghtol & Mnr,l. ,..,;
Blocks ! j. m
Brooks Studio ,
Derryborry & Forbosi.i
Hendy-Oglor Auto Co
FJeld-BIrgo Lbr. Co i
a on oral Tire Co".
Hotel Pal nee ,n t
Ideal Dairy .TlT
Jacobaon, II. L.
J-unli Morcantllo Co.....
IXador ....... ,
Malonisy, W. R '
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' TUI SDAY,
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NtilirnRkn Mill S.
North Sldo Drug Storo..v.r s.--
North Platto Flour Mlllru,J.'.
Pminy, J. C ...
Itush More. Co.
Samuelson, II. .
Smith & Johnson
Stonsvnd Poultry Co
Stroltz, Ferd a ;
Walrath & Shorwood
Wlllard Sorylco Station ,
mmmmm. f.y. 7.,..J.M .
j ; - 1 TUESDAY,
1 DEC. 19th.
. : 'Vhat Advertised
Occupation, If-any .
How long a resldont In vldnlty of North Plattoi.
No. of purchases Amount .. va.
No. Misspelled words.....
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