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title: 'The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, December 29, 1922, Image 5',
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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY T11TBUNE
MKASAJTT VIEW ITEM? I Sunday ,inorniug to spand Jila Chrlt- Mra. j. a, Eamog ot Wallace was J LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mlnnlo Johnson is spondlng tho
buslnoss visitor In tho city yesterday.
Mrs. George Finn loaves today for
uvju4ioVii 10 oiiuiniiu tnu , iirs. uuurgs rmn loaves today fori an., Aiiita nun nuuu ifc 0 t.'".
holidays with hor paronts Mr. and Donvor whoro shb will spend sovcral ' nosltloI as cashier at tho J. O, IPennoy ' city nt tho J. B. Murphy honio.
ronvMrs. John Johnson- Sho will return to I days with frlonds. ? i Store , P " ' . . i Paul Ottonstoln returned th
Gothonburg on Frldiy.
Earl Loaf Is homo for Christmas.
Joo Moore spont Christmas
Gothenburg with homo folks.
Earl doner's homo got out
quarantino last week. . ,
Mrs. Tamest Peterson spont Christ
inn tl nf TrnfmMftlf lt1l linmn Cntlfn
i o Mb biiu jLuviio uiiuu b;uuuU i oily WCuuQSliHy
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.i.v.. ,cuuuren irom near uomonuurg spent
preached tho Christmas sermon last Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kelso spont i Wo had a light rain Tuesday morn-
n few days visiting at the W. A. Kelso Ing. Who can remember a Christmas
like this? The weather Is warm, skies
nro clear and roads are In tho best
dnys with frlonds
Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Eyerly of
Hershoy wero buslnoss visitors In tho I takon n position ns .tlckot clork for
tly U. P. during tho absence ot John
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Pylo returned
Wednesday from Durchnrd, Nebraska
nftor spondlng tho holidays with rel
atives. Uso Kommoror Pea Coal, n high
Thomas Connoally rBturnod to hla We soil oloam high grado coaj.
V.pniQ In Croston, Iowa Wednesday J Tho Artificial loo and Cold Storago
MJss Eulfi iligglna has InkVsn n , kite? spondlng sovoral days. In tho ' Co.
Mr and Mrs. William" Baaktns' left
tho first of tho wo'ok for. Milton,.. Ponn.
whoro thoy will spond two months
i I'nui uttonstoin routrnou uo nrst
Casnor Knrthouso of Deatrlco has. of tho week from Washington D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper of Low
ollen woro business visitors In tho
ClintonB for eyo glasses.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Roberts woro
called to Eusals by tho death of Mrs.
Roberts grandmother, Mrs.. David
WILD HORSE VALLEY
People are Btill shucking corn.
Ed Isackson lost two cows in tho
corn stalks lntoly.
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson spent
Christmas with relatives In North
A number of valley peoplo havo at
tended tho various Christmas pro
grams given at Gothenburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McFato of
Denver are spondlng the holidays with
Mrs. McFato's paronts, Mr. and Mrs.
Tho schools are enjoying tlfelr
Christmas vacation. Most of thom havo
'two weeks and none less than one in
Arthur Forsberg who has boon cm
ployed at tho coal shutes at North
Platto is spending Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. Henning Anderson of
North Platto were among tho guests
at tho Christmas dinner at tho N.
Nat Forsberg, now employed In tho
tb visit his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. j visiting with relatives.
,mi f I . , Mr3- Fred Shaw vis tod in tho c ty
Clintons Tor spectacles. ' . . . . . ,
, yoBtorday enrouto to her homo in
Mrs. C. R. Bretomitz and son, Chas. , Adams, Nobrnska after visiting at tho
loft yostordfty for Sat Lako City, , homo of hor brother W. P. Klllcn In
Utah to visit tor sovornl weeks at tho Wallace
homo of Mrs. Nollio Goff. ' Tho ,tUinory salo nt tho Whlttakor
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Baldwin ro-, shop includes hats priced up to $8.00
turned to their homo in Calloway 1 for $1.00 and thoso from $10.00 to
grado coal for Rotort Heating stoves
nnd hard Coal Stoves. Tho Artificial after snonding Christmas In tho city ! Slti.00 for $5.00. 500 Locust St.-
Mrs.. Reuben Engstrom returned I ico ami Coi,i storago Co. at tho Stovo Baldwin homo. door north ot P. O.
vvounostiny from Iioltlrcdgo nftor
Little Viola Hansen camo near to
flrowning during tho cold spell wo1 laco business visitors In tho city
had hero. Sho was playing outdoors for several days this week,
near tho stock tanks and fell In. Hor j Miss Catherine Miles of Chicago is
father was doing chores nearby and
saw tho accident. Ho quickly got her
out of tho water and into tho house
whoro sho got a hot bath nnd dry
clothing and was none tho worso for
spending Christmas with rolativcs. .... ,, , ., ,.,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Klllen of Wal-
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
A (laughter was born yesterday to
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Artz.
R. B. Deavor of Omaha Is transact
ing business Intho city this week.
E. R. Buck of Omaha Is transacting
business in the city for several days
Miss Lola Huntington of Maxwell
spent yesterday in tho city visiting
at the A. T. Johnson homo.
Car of Clean Hanna Lump just
received. Tho Artificial Ice and Cold
Miss Bernlco Loutzenholsor of Goth
enburg is visiting in tho city at the
A. T. Johnson home. ,
Mrs. Burt Miller and son Jarred left
yesterday for Arcadia to spend n week
Shops at Omaha, camo homo with relatives.
visiting in the city with her parents
MUST BE SOLD
Furniture and Household Goods, Residence of Mrs.
M. H. Hull, 512 Ash. S?le to be held
Friday & Saturday, December '9 and 30.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Honry Miles.
" Mrs. Tlieo. Funk nnd daughter of
Wallace woro business visitors in tho
city yesterday. '
Robert Hornor and daughter of
Wallaco wero shoppers In tho city
Dr. and Mrs. Newman of Wallaco
transacted business in tho city Wed
nesday". Money to loan on farms. Soo Gono
Mrs. A. B. Johnson of Gothonburg
visited In tho city yesterday with rel
atives. Rev. Herd of tho M. E. Church of
Wallace was a business visitor in the
Miss Mary Trotter of Sarben Is vis
iting in the city at tho home of Miss
Mrs. Francis Palmer of Sutherland
is visiting in tho city at tho homo of
her mother Mrs. J. H. Dlonor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hayden of Wal
laco were business visitors in tho
Try Columino Lump Coal at $12.00
per ton, delivered. Tho Artificial Ico
and Cold Storago Co.
Dr. T. J. Kerr returned Wednosday
from Akron, Ohio after spending
Ch'ristmns with Mrs. Kerr.
John Lincoln is enjoying a two
weeks vacation from the Union Pac
ific Ticket Office.
Miss Lottie Oman has taken a pos
ition at tho J. C. Penny store. Sho
began work Monday.
Wo havo had a BIG YEAR! For us it lias
been a YEAR OF ACHIEVEMENT, toward
which gratifying result YOU have .generously
and loyally contributed.
We thank you, good people of North Platto,
and wish you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR.
NE1JKASKA MILL & ELEVATOR CO.
We extend to all our patrons a hearty New Years greet
ing, thanking you for your patronage, your courtesy, and
good will during the closing year. We wish you all a
happy and prosperous life in the New Year and the years
We wish also to announce that after January 1, 1923,
and applicable to January and succeeding electric light
bills a discount of onMialf cent per killoWathour will be al
lowed on such bills paid on or before the lOtth of the suc
ceeding month. This discount will not, however, apply on
contract rates, power rates nor minimum charges.
The discount actually amounts to a reduction of rates,
and while present costs of production and consequent
earnings, hardly warrant a reduction of rates, yet we are
hopeful that it will result in greater use of electric light
and power, and of electrical appliances in homes with
benefits accruing to all of us. Greater volume of business
means lower cost of production per killowatt hour, and this
will in turn mean further reduction in rates.
As tho city grows and prospers, so will our business
grow and prosper, and you as well as wo will benefit there
from. We are anxious to do our part in making 1923 a
banner year, full of success and achievement for all.
North Platte Light & Power Co.
By C. R. MOREY, Manager.
Though stars In Heaven forget to
shlno by night,
Tho moon grow pale tho sunlight
hide in shame,
Our love shall be the everlasting
That warms tho world with its Eternal
Sin ennnot touch- it with unholy
Nothing can match tho splendor ot
Stronger than llfo and mightior than
Lovo shall onduro Love, Tho Etornal
BEAUTIFUL LOVABLE KISS ABLE
SHE WHO THRILLED YOU IN "SMILING THROUGH"
AGAIN COMES TO NORTH PLATTE IN
A BRILLIANT SCINTILLATING DRAMA OF DAZZLING
PASSION TUGGING AT THE HEART WITH ITS TEN
DERNESS PULLING AT THE NERVES WITH ITS
SATURDAY! SUNDAY! MONDAY!
SUNDAY MATINEE 10c, 30c.
PRICES 25c, 35c, 50c.