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TUESDAY and 1HIDAY
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922.
INTEREST IS INCREASING IN
THE LINCOLN COUNTY EI
Program Shows Lar&e List Of Premiums Offered And A
. . Surprising Number Of Entertainment
FeatnresSuccess Is Assured
GUY LIBRARIAN SUG
GESTS GIVING BOOKS
MANY MOKE CHILDKENS HOOKS
DEEDED Til AA CAN HE
Tho tenth annual fair of the Lincoln County Agricultural Association
will bo held September 19, 20, 21, and 22. Tho protnium list is out and has
boon generally distributed ovor tho county. It shows many prizes offorcd for
live stock, farm and housohold products, bees, fruit, knitting, sowing and
similar lines. Tho premium list does not show tlio racing program nor tho
entertainment foaturcs whiich have been provided. Tho precinct exhibits,
'vhich wore so popular loot year aro offorcd with prizes aggregating $G0O.O0.
Many prizes aro offered for boys and girls club work. Tho admission is COc
for adults with all school children ndmi' Wednosday. Thursday
is Farmers day. Mr. Schroyor will speak on this day. In speaking of tho
entertainment features yesterday, Secretary Soudor said "A Btar list of acts
unllko anything ovor staged by
tho fair will bo printed to fair
visitors this year. Tho booking
offico which has contracted to fur
nish tho attractions has obtained
its features from all ovor tho sworld.
Tho very best numbers it has to offor
havo boon engaged by tho fair.
Tho committee, after looking ovor
all tho -attractions submitted to tho
fair by tho many booking offices which
havo applied for this year's business,
finally decided upon a well balanced
program of several fine acts. Tho
head-liners selected by tho committee Mrs. Loretta Brownfleld, city llbr-
'aro Tho Bignell, Novelty Company arlan and promoter of all kinds 01
including parades, High School, horses i library work In this county has BUg-und-
clowns, all home talent; Robert gested, to tho Tribune that gifts or
Stlokney and Company, ono comedy children books t o tho library woula
circus act, threo people, one pony, and j bo very much appreciated. Tho
ono dog; and Tho "Wlllcat Troupe, in library finances aro limited and with
two acts. I tho different departments all making
'Cr.ro was observed to soloct onlyidomands tho amount available for
theso features which aro smartly cos. chlldrens" books is not enough to
turned, since this contributes much cover tho great demand. A branch
"to tho success of tho act. ' Special 1 library has been maintained in the
equipment Is boitig constructed by the Lincoln school during the past fow
producer to permit tho. acta tr To pre-years and if it is opened again this
seated 'properly. ' ' year it will make such a drain on tho
A music program is being worked 1 suppiy on hand that ,t wJU nofc equal
out which will furnish performers j tho needg Mrs. Brownfiold suggests
with tho scores needed for tho staging lhero may ch(llW hnnlfS fn
of -their stunts, and entertain visitors jlho homeg of North p,aUo whlch arQ
1 simply taking storage space and that
thoy would bo very useful on tho
,shelves of 'the city library. Whoro
Clinton's for Eyo Glasses. 11,0 children have grown tho books
E. V. Pierce of Lincoln transacted I aro of no uso' Sho suggests that
business in the city yesterday. !they bo mado a Sift to the library
Meet your friends at Dancoland, 80 that tho children may bo supplied,
every Saturday nlte. Good books only aro wanted. The
Charles Rincker returned tho first. Deposition , 13 ft interest to every
of tho week from points in Califor-'! cltlz0I of tho cUy who 13 Interested
Keeping His Eye on Things
f T l NOTHING LIKE A 6000 J J
SHORT STORIES OF
PEOPLE AND THINGS
LAST SHOOT OF THE SEASON TO
HE HELD HY LOCAL GUN !
PLAN RECEPTION OF
Tho Buffalo Bill Gun Club will hold
a shoot at tho gun club grounds on '
Sunday, September 10 at 2 p. m. A 150 .
ITEMS OF INTEREST ABOUT RE.!ta,Bct PrSm ia tho foaturo. Shoot- ORGANIZATIONS TO
am will hn hrvrn frnm TTnia1tAV Qnfli
orianu, uoznu and Brady. A ?40 silver
trophy will bo given for tho best
3coro out of ICO targets. All shooters
aro Invited whether mombers of tho
Tho total number of marriage llcen- club or not Th,s ,s Probably tho last
CENT IIA1TENINGS IN THIS
showing city to head
BIGNELL CLUB TO
HOLD HILL FESTIVAL
SECOND ANNUAL EVENT TO BE
GIVEN BY COMMUNITY
The Bignell Fall Fostival will be
hold on Friday, September loth. A
largo tent has been Bt,curod and In it
will bo displayed tho products of tho
Bignell farms and homes. Tho exhibits
will bo open In tho morning. After
dlnnor tho sports will tnko place and
thoy will be cleared out of tho .way in
timo for tho big parado nt four o'clock.
After supper there- will do a play nnd
program with, music nnd speaking.
Eovoryono is invited to attond this
festival and enjoy wnnt tho Blgnoli
pcoplo havo prepared for tho ocean,
LOCAL ANi) PERSONAL
Pre dancing from 8:45 to 9:30 at
Dancoland every Saturday' nito.
days for Callaway whoro sho will
j visit hor son.
I Kathorlno Ilealoy roturucd from
I Denver Wednesday nf tor visiting
relatives for a fow days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder returned,
tho first of tho week from a business1
,trlp to Donvor.
Miss Luclla Adamson leaves tho
first of tho week for Hastings whoro
Tho committeo appointed by tho oho w,u attond school this fall.
ses issuea uunng August by tuo Coun-1 " " " Ul ",u Chamber of Commorco to nrrnngo' Miss Francos Edwards leaves Mon
of tho Yooman day for Hastings whoro sho
ty Judge's offico. was twenty.
hunting season opening up soon.
for tho reception
" The flro dopartinont only answered ,tored hcart"y ,nt tho work which committeo having In chargo tho so. resume hor studios,
one,, fire alarm during tho month of was 80 woU startcd by Mr. Jandobour loction of a slto for tho proposod Miss Florlno Stobbins leaves Mon.
August and that was at tho fair and carrlod on during tho summer by Yooman homo mot Sopftombor 7th. day for Hastings whoro slid will
grounds". ' mr -iiooortson. arrangements lor attond Bchool this fall.
Application for dlvorco from Ralph ' Word was recelvedyostordRy horo thom tho available sltos.
S!!?.f Jfl0 nnd 8h0W,nr, Donald Nowton left tho first
Carman .was filed yesterday by Mw.tf n 1 V,,0 T,? Tho Ycomnn Committeo will bo attend tho Unfslty this fall
Susan Garman. Settlement of money !i.-c F& aUjds homo in Blair t , Thoolko to , ""jvoraiiy ims rail.
matters and absolute divorce 'a T
luiziz itiiL iinrii inr n snnrr v'inif nr ' uuauuj iium t3iivui wiiurn iih uirnnn.
LOCAL AND ' PERSONAL
uaitea on tno grounas of cruelty. '.. " " " V ' and S. M. Soudor. who will accom. n,i ,i' i.M .,,
. uvi iiuiuu ami was wiiii linn. wr. .i, k4lu uubuuiui luuutuiuvuu
Tho committeo of" tho Woman's 1 Kollogg.has boon in Lincoln with tho fany lhcm,10 Norlh Platto rcaclilng Hary Hart returned- Wednesday
ciuu appomtea to havo chargo of tho ' boys and girls clubs most of tho tlmo " f,om Donvor whoro ho attended tho
play "All Aboard" Is hpaded by Mrs. during tho past week
JSdmund Dickey, with Mrs. W. 12.
Starr and Mrs. W. J. Tiloy as assistants.
19th. In the evening tho visitors ,,nonnii
wlllbo tho guosls of tho Hotaiy club ,,.. ... , . ,
tho Scottish at a supper at tho Episcopal church -T , " , "u v vuu8uuy lor
nia whoro ho spent several weeks.
Now arrival every day in womens
and Misses Drosses, Coats and Suits
at tho Leader Mecantilo Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Finney of
Ogden camo the first of tho week to
visit relatives several days.
NOHTH PLATTE 1VOMANS' CLUB TO
PUT ON HOME TALENT
H t.n TT.. A1.1 "Tl 1 1 it, . . Imnr T nA f TP- I . 1 ...1. I 1.
xiu1U.u iimiucK IS BUUSUlUtingjUu'b ubu yjL iwuiiuun wuicu w , t- B,J0Wn Bovopal of UlQ a,toB
Miss Nell Coonoy leaves the first :
"of the week for Omaha where Bho will j
j Contracts wero signed some timo
jago for tho play "All Aboard" to bo
pui on in .norm i'iaito Dy tno iiogers
enter Boyles buslne"ss
A wonderful showing of New Silks
and Wool Dress Goods at The Leader
Fall opening special Best graito
Polrot TViIl and Canton cropo drossos
in tho very newest fall models, espec
ially priced at $22.75 at Illock's store.
Comploto Btock of tho vory nowest
fall snits, coata, wraps, xlraosoa, skirts'
blou0os, swoiltors, slip ovurs, fur capos
and fur coats now ready for your in
spection at Block's.
Producing Co. Tho dates have now
been decided and aro September 28
and 20. It is popularly called a
play but it is in reality a musical
revue. About 175 pcoplo aro requir
ed in the cast. Tho director will bo
hero'Monday and actlvo preparations
will start then. It is claimed that
"All Aboard" is a better play than
"Kotcha Koo" which mado such a
hit hero last year, and it is put on
by tho samo company that mado tho
ICetcha Koo so popular.
I Announcements of
iMtn .Tnmhnron Plrnln tn 1,1,1 nt and following M,n ,nn?l iw n, COln WllOrO ho Will attend
'Gothenburg, Tuesday, September 12 Ihe guests of tho local Ycomnn Homn um"orsl,y-
School begun Tuesday morning havc bcon received by localvmembors stead where candidates will bo given Burton SwanBon loft Wednesday
with all tho teachers on hand except-'01 tho order- Tho Invitation is in Ihe obligation. This ceromony will for L,,nco,n whoro 1,0 wln attend tho
ing Wiss Munslnger who ha3 not rc- tho form of a postor and Is cleverly bo followed by a reception to which" Stato ftlIr' ' '
turned from hor European trip. Sho:an(1 interestingly wordod. This Is citizen genorally aro invited. na' Boborta left Wednosday for
will bo homo about September 18th. the second annual picnic of Gothen- wnoa,nv v,, .-i Lincoln whoro ho will attond the
V , ' uu.wwuire timvorslty this fall.
i Ij shown nnvnml nt nt
.many Masons of this community BuItablo for 'tho proposed homo and' Mrs' Eml1 Morchold- Mrs- or
boloncr. i .. ' . Rrfiarmann nnrl UTrn. Tinv cjnufrlof
The number of students enrolled "vu" iUfc"V"" lo 1,10 c,ty WI 1,0 77. nix "7 ..V" t
in tho Senior high school is approx. . Sheriff SallsbyToports the theft suests or thOKlwanis Club at Lunch- rllZ;
imately 258, of .this number there of - harness from the premises of 00n-, ttG wl TT , ,
are C2 seniors, 72 Juniors, 04 sopho- Walter Wilson last night. Mr. Wil- VOtCd to vIow,nB Bitcs' and lu tho WUma Coatos loft Wodnos
mores and 30 Bpqclals. Last year son llycs west of tho city. A farm- 0VCnInB a COI"'teo of twonty-flvo day for Lincoln whoro sho will ro
tho enrollment at tho-end of tho first 'Sr named Stoinhauson reported tho orro W,U hola a busnoss "!Un0 , r ,D "d," at ,tUo J;01-
day was 257. ' 'theft of two sots of harness ono' wlt 1 110 Yeoman locat' committee Sho -will visit a few days in Council
night last week ' Other thefts of tho and tho cla,ms of Nortu riatto'aa a D1"ffs brro eoing to Lincoln.
fPtot Mte h";vo same nature leads officials to bollevo fultabl Mlobat,on for tho oncd representatives from tho "Yeoman
?nrtn? Tl ,.n 1 f T Z thoro is an organized effort to f0 wl ,bo PyoBented. This com. not Boleclod at this writing but will
started grinding grain yes orday. It- frQm rfl and mlttoo will consist of representative bo announcod in a day or so.
has been buying grain right along from tho Chamber of Commorco, tho Th0 sltos whlcU lwvo boon Belectcd
bu was not-ln shape to make flour Klwanls Club, tho Yeoman Homo- to Bh(W tho vlsItors liavo bcon plat.
until flirt mill nnri mnMt nnw ivno mu 1 otnnil nvwl ilm t ni..u mi,n
, " 1"" KY FUCK lVJIiL UJlGAniJJ fc'UK ,""" llul'"' luu' A"u tod; in aoino Instances several tracts
in good shape.
Seo Whittakor for snappy trimmed
Hats at $5.00.
Mrs. Maudo E. Furnish has filed'
an application for dlvorco from Goo,
It. Furnish on tho grounds of deser
tion and sho asks tho custody of
their eight year old daughter and
such other rollof as tho court may
THE COMING ELECTION
Chambor of Commorco will bo rop-bo,nB morBed to mako tho required
rosentcd by MosBors Thoolocko, Starr
acreago. A tcntatlvo prlco on tho
Special Attention, inerans
All members of tlie First Evangelical Luth
eran Church of North Platte, are hereby notified
of a special congregational meeting to bo held
in the Lutheran Church basement on Friday
evening at 8:00 September 8th.
Business of great importance to your Church
demands your presence. There will bo
refreshments served and it Is hoped that every
member will be present.
THE CHURCH COUNCIL
Tho sun dial which, lias boon an
xiously awaited by tho students of
tho city has arrivod and was placed
in position on tho high school lawn
the first of tho wok. This dial is
mado of mftito marbio with a metal
top. It was presented to tho school
by tho .graduating class of 1D22.
O. A. Bouwens of Adams, Nebr.,
arrived hero Septembor 1st and took
chargo of tho poultry work at tho
Experimental Station. Ho is an ex
perienced poultryman and has on-
Ak-Sar-Ben Fall Festival
SEPT. 12-23 OMAHA
Nobraskn Historical Pageant
89th Division Reunion
Grand Electrical Parado
Harness & Running Races
Gorgoous Night Show
, OgJor, Koofo, IMMonoy, LangfDrd. various tracts has also boon socurod.
Tuesday evening at the Tlmmer Tiloy and Bare; tho Klwanls Club by townf aro ,Q tho flola
man 'Vineyard' ,, twenty c.tlzons of Messors Piolstlcker, Seebergqr, Dick, f tu localon of od
North Platto and surrounding country Swopo, an,) Hollman; the Rotary X Dr0D0BCa to make
took dinner t&gothor and discussed n,. . MoMM . ArnTlov ! "orao NortU riattc nrooscs J al0
tho QodBUon ofUu eonuqk election. Club by MessorS Dlson Moon0y' a showing tjmt will Interest, tho loca.
J'At tho clogo of the discussion tho Novlllo, Goodman and Snydor; with tion committeo.
following declaration was unanimous- - - - - -
ly adopted rirst We favor tho rigid
onforcomont of tho liquor laws of tho
stato nnd nation; Sovoml Vo do not
'favor changing the Volstead act to
lagallzo tho sale of light whiea nnd
baer. A committeo consisting of A.
S, Orogg, chairman, J. li. VanCloave,
Gcorgo Westphall, E. a. cmmblo and
E. A. Olson wns appointed to oxtend
tho momborship of tho commlti'too
and call nnothor mooting at a lator
date Tho name of t-.o organization
is "Tho Committeo of'ono Hundrod'1
of Lincoln county.
will buy a new Dodge Bros.
MORE VALUE FOR LESS MONEY
A first payment 'of $368.20
and equal monthly payments
can be arranged. Ask us.
I V. ROMIGE, Dealer
Reduced Rate on All Railroads