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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1922)
THIS NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
,GIFTS THAT LAST"
A'Vioor Lamp, Mahogany base and Silk Shade, would
be a lovely Gift for Mother. Also a nice Table Lamp.
Values $10.00 to $50.00.
CLINTON & SON,
Sign o! The Big Ring.
PORT IS ISSUED
FIXE SHOWING HAS BEEN MADE
FOR OFFICERS AND MEM
BERS OF BUREAU
Tho following summary of tho work
of tho Farm Bureau for tho past year
has been issued from tho offlco of
the County Agent.
The Lincoln County Farm Bureau
co-operating with tho Agricultural
College Extension Sorvico through tho
County Extension Agent has In most
respects accomplished nearly twice as
much in 1922 as in 1921. Tlmo and
space will not permit more than a
very brief summary of the more im
portant lines of work carried and
these are as follows:
G8 actlvo local leaders assisted in
carrying on tho program of work in
Co-operation among farmers was
All farmers organizations wero as
42 Purebred Sires Only signs were
145 club membors carried work in
Sowing, Hot Lunch, Potato, Poultry,
Canning, Pig and Calf Clubs. 90' per
cent of which completed sufficiently to
recieve credit in school agriculture.
Three demonstration teams wero sent
to the State Fair whero tho Sowing
work won third place. Judging and
Demonstration teams did crcdltablo
work at tho County Fair and made the
major part of tho hog exhibit, with
this and last year's club pigs.
Kanrcd wheat Bood from last year
fully supplied tho entire county this
year. Much larger per cent of tho
farmers treated wheat for Bmut es
pecially whoro tho smut machines
wero introduced last yoar.
82 farmers used 210 quarts of
poisoned oats and 22 boxes of gopher
poison for tho control of pralrio dogs,
ground squirrels and pocket gophers
on 2,500 acres of land.
5,301 pounds of arsenate of lead and
white arsenic wero used co-operatively
to control potato bugs and grasshop
pers. 3,335 doses of germ free black-leg
aggrossin used fjor tho control of
2GG.O0O cc. of anti-hog cholera serum
together with necessary virus distri
buted for tho vaccination of CG50 head
Fivo carloads of cortifled seed po
tatoes handled co-operatively.
About $10,000 worth of exchange
20 poultry meetings with 483 pres
ent who received a full course of
poultry work through specialist and
G5 laborers wero reportod tiack aB
2575 bulletins covering animal dis
eases, livestock improvement, farm im
provement, etc., wero distributed.
442 farm visits made.
2,500 office, callers.
203 days in tho field.
87 days in tho offlco.
149 meetings hold.
4,793 in attendance
17 agricultural articles wrltton.
1312 letters written.
884 copies of circulars mailed.
19 qucsfionalres handled Cor tho
United States and Stato Agricultural
A very conservative estlmato of tho
total direct saving to farmers in
treatment of livestock, control of peBts,
introduction of certified seed and other
lines of activities Is $4,500 up to Nov
ombor 18th when tho Annual Report
was mado and sent to tho Stato exten
sion offlco. None of tho Agent's work
includes what has been accomplished
Blnce November 18th.
SAYE CHILDREN'S SHOES BY TAK
ING CARE OF SOLES AND
A Merry Christmas
In tho friendly spirit of tho season wo
tako this opportunity to express our
sincere appreciation of tho cordial
business relations we have enjoyed
with you during tho past year.
May Christmas bring you Happiness
to last throughout tho entire year.
County Superintendent Cochran has
sent out tho following information
which she thinks is of interest to thrif
Many parents will bo intofestod to
know that tho life of their children's
school shoos can bo prolonged by
varnishing tho soles once in two
weeks with ordinary floor or linoleum
varnish, and using tho following
recipe for dressng on tho tops of tho,
Neet's Foot Oil
Tallow, either beef or mutton
Take some thing like equal parts of
theso three ingredients. Put on stovo
and melt and mix. Set away to cool.
Rub thoroughly into shoes onco
a week, or even oftenor. Tho moro
oil used, the, softer will be tho mixture
Tho moro beeswax, tho harder and tho
better shine it will take. This ren
ders the shoes partially impervious
to water. Tho mixture is good for tho
TiOCAL' AND PERSONAL
Advnnco program of radlophono
broadcasting by Station WOO Pal
mer School of Chiropractic, Dayon
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24
9:00 A. M. Sacred Chimos Concort,
1:45 P. M. Concort Selections byTho
P. S. C. Orchestra.
G:00 P. M. Spcoial Organ Concort.
Erwlu Swindell, Organist.
G:30 P. M. Sport News.
7:00 P. M. Church Sorvico. Rev.
John R. Lcntoll, of Rock, Is
land, Illinois. "God's Greatest
Gift to Man."
8-11 P. M. Special Musical Program
P. S. C. Orchestra. (Santn
Clnua will pass through
Davenport during this pro
gram and has agreed to say a
M fow words from(WOC.)
11 P. M. Christmas Sorvico by tho
Trinity Cathedral Choir, un
dor direction of Edward Hart
ley Hall. Sermon by Dean
Haro, of Trinity Cathedral.
(Other numbers to bo announced.)
MONDAY, DECEMBER 25
12:00 Noon Chimos Concort.
3:30 P. M. Educational Talk.
5:45 P. M. Chimes Concert,
G:35 P. M. Sandman's Visit.
7:00 P. M. Artist Musical Program
P. S. O. OrchcsathRcsp-Uwo
Erwln Swindell. Musical Dir
ector. Tho Boy Scout Band of Rock Island,
111., A. M. Hoolchor, director; Rnlph
Ostram, cornet soloist; Mao Chambers,
colatura soprano; Catholno Holmbcck,
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2G
10:55 A. M. Tlmo Signals (485 Mo
tors.) 11:00 A. M. Veather (485 Motors.)
11:05 A. M. Opening Market Quotn-
12:00 Noon Chimes Concort.
2:00 P. M. Closing Stocks and Mar
3:30 P. M. Educational Talk.
5:45 P. M. Chimes Concort.
(No broadcasting on Tuesday ovonlng
by agreement of Trl-Clty Stations.)
Tho Tribune offers roadorB In this
vicinty, tho advanco programs of tho
Palmer School of Chiropractic, Daven
port, Iowa, broadcasting Btatlon. This
Is gladly done nnd will bo continued
if thoro Is enough lntorest In it to
make it worth whllo. "Wo would like
to hear from nil amatour receiving
stations In this vicinity ns'to tho valuo
of this sorvico. The numbor 1b un
known and wo want to bo Buro that
the, effort Is worth whllo. Phono this
offlco If you want us to continue to
publish theso programs.
Call and see our beautiful now Baby ,
Grand piano. Dixon Music Shop.
GIvo flowers qb last mlnuto rem-,
ombrances. F. W. Danlol, tho down-j
Jowolry Is tho ldoal Christmas gift, !
It Is beautiful and lasting, yot econ-
omlcal bocauso of its permanency.
Make this a Jowolry Christmas. Clin
ton & Son, Gifts that Last
Mrs. Ida Wonvor left Wednosclny for,
"-ilpariso, Nobr., wlicro sno will visit
Framed Mottooa. Rtnckor Drug Co.
Soloct your Chrlsirans cards from
a most comploto lino at Rlnckor Drug
Santa Clntts will linvo a blggor load
than ovor. Ho buys Ids 'goods nt
Austin's Jowolry storo.
Jack Carroll returned Tuesday ovo
nlng from Choyonno- whoro ho has
boon transacting buslnoss for several
The Right Auctioneer
Means Dollars to you. My speciulty is
Sec me or Phone. I am busy but can book another one.
I. i). BROWNFIELD
Phono 74 Hershey, Neb.
508 LOCUST. Phone 474.
Quality Flowers for
BEAUTIFUL POTTED PLANTS.
See Our Windows.
F. W. DANIEL,
The Down Town Florist.
Order Today. We'll Deliver Christmas Morning.
Clinton's for Spectacles.
Mrs. Euglno Crlppen left Wednosdny
for Cozad whoro sho will vslt frlonds.
S. J. Kock of Hershey was a busl
ness visitor in tho city Tuesday.
Christmas tablo bouquets a special
ty. F. W. Danlol tho downtown florist
Real Estate Mortgages bought and
sold. T. C. Patterson.
Como.ln and hoar tho latest records
on tho Columbia and Edison. Dixon
GIvo flowers as last mlnuto romem
brances. P. W. Daniel tho downtown
Mrs. C. P. Garwood left Wednosday
for Fremont whero sho will visit rela
Mrs. Lllllo M. Pylo returned Tuesday
evening from Kit Carsen, Colo., after
visiting hor daughter Mrs. A. W,
Hinds. Mrs. Hinds accompanied hor
homo and will spend tho holidays in
Will Be Bargain Day at Frater's
Our entire remaining stock of Christmas Goods consisting
of Dolls, Toys, Games, Bibles, Baskets, Etc,, will be sold
DON'T FORGET THE DATE
Saturday. Decomber 23.
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Ztxsfl Btxnst jr e
Corner Front and Dewey Streets
Special Prices on Popcorn During
the Holidays at Brown's Popcorn
Eat Browns Popcorn
They Say It's Good.
The spirit of Christmas is in the very air we breathe today.
In the happy faces of the people on the street, in the jolly,
good-natured bustle of the
shoppers and m the mysteri
ous hiding of bundles, the
joyof the Christmas season
ft At this season mav we
wish each of you our
subscribers the old, old wish, "A Merry Christmas."
For every Christmas visit made in the olden times
in person, a hundred are now made by telephone.
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