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It o rth
TUESDAY and FltlDAY
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, DECEMBER 1, 1922.
FIGU15KS OS COUNTY OFFICIALS
FK03I FINAL COUNT 111
Horowlth is given the
Register of Deeds by precincts and
city wards. The highest voto was
recoived by Mr. Yost in the tftira
ward .of North Platte and the lowest
by Mr. Hanson ln Harrison precinct.
Mr. Yost's vote was the highest re
ceived by any of the county officers.
First Ward 339
Second Ward 313
Third Ward 367
Fourth Ward 252
Mail Vote 1 30
East Hlnman 73
North Rosedale 15
Box Elder 18
"Deer Creek 34
Fox Creek 61
Harrison 1 20
Hooker - 10
Sutherland , 237
Myrtle Ij- 30
Nowell I 35
Payne -- 65
Well , 41
n. n. Dickov attended the football
game at Lincoln yesterday. Ho will business visitor in the city Wednes
visit in Bedford, Iowa before return- day.
ing home. ! Miss Mildred Norrls of Cheyenne
Miss Florence Antonides left yes- is visiting in the city at the J. F.
terday for Lincoln ,'whero she will , Roddy home.
visit her brother Joline, She will1 Mrs. J. W. Rosencrants returned
visit in Omaha before returning Tuesday evening from a several
home. 1 weeks visit at Diller, Nobr. with her
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Welngand or sister Mrs. Chas. Fairbanks.
Los Angeles who have been visiting Mra. Esther Robeson leaves today
relatives In tho city left Wednesday for Keystone whore she will spend
for Omaha where they will visit at the week end visiting at tho Sillasen
the Fred Welngand home. homo.
.60 Doan's Kidney Pills
.35 Plso Cough Remedy
.50 Palm Olive Shampoo
.25 Do Witt's Violet Cream
.25 Colgates Tooth Paste
.50 Mavis Faco Powder
.10 Baby Castllo Soap, 4 Cakes
50 Gillette Blades .
I'UIJLIC COKMAMA INVITED TO
ATTEND 1CLKS MEMOIUATj
The Annual Memorial Services or
tne North Platte Lodge of Kilts will
be held at the EiM Hem nt 3 o'clock
'next Sunday afternoon to which the
public are moat cordially invited.
An elaborate program has been
prepared for the occasion and a large
I attendance is expected,
vote for1"8111 Orchestra
Opening CeremonyExalted Ruler
I and Off leers
i Invocation -Chaplain
Sone . Quartette,
Roll Call of Departed Brothers
Song "Vacant Chair" Quartette"
Memorial Ceremony Exalted Ruler'
Music "Largo" Orchestra ;
nrntim, n .T .T. Hnlliwin
Music "Cavalllera Rusticana" Ore
Song "Auld Lang Syne" Audience
! Benediction Chaplain
Entertains nt Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pass entertained
twelve guests Wednesday evening at
;a Turkey dinner. After tho dinner
the evening was spent in playing
Miss Marjory Arnold Marries
The many friends of Miss Arnold
j will be. surprised to hear of her mar
riage to Mr. Paul Mickelson at Green
I Bay, Wisconsin. They wore married
last Monday. Mrs. Mickelson is the
j second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.
N. Arnold of this city and has been
I employed in a Chicago office. Mr.
i Mickelson is employed as re-writo
man for the American Associated
j Press. They will make their home at
i Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Senior Class Banquets Alumni.
The' members of the Senior class
of the Parochial school entertained
flirt" "A'lltTrml' ni -n "I ft fa rj 'rtrt 1 1 1 1 ti rlv 1
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quet in the basement of the paroch
ial school Tuesday evening. Supper
'was served by the Senior class and
j covers were laid for f orty-flvo guests.
A color scheme of green and yellow
was carried out in cut flowers and
other decorations. Catherine Fitz-
Patrick acted as toast-mistress and
, toasts were responded to by Mrs.
jseeberger, president of tho Alumni
jon "Work of the Alumni" and by
I ZIta Donegan who spoke on "The
I Class I Left Behind". Tho closing
I speech was made by Rev. Patrick
j McDald. The remainder of tho even-
ing was spent in dancing,
S. C. O'Dean of Hershey was a
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ACTIVITIES OF THE
UIAf IS HKtNfl DONE BY THE
DIFFERENT LODGES AND
SOCIETIES ' i
,11:00 ..Th0 Son of Man
j S: 00 Sermon,
y. R. C.
1 There will bo election of officers
of the W. R. C. tomorrow, Dec. 2.
11:00 Regular Sorvices.
1 ' nugmnr services
Will moot Monday, December 4, j last night with nn enthusiastic mcct
with Mrs. W. E. Starr at 316 Wegt ing at tho Methodist church. Mr.
TRAVEL AND STUDY
Club will meet Monday evening, In tUo raco for tho 8tato h,gh gchool
Decombor 4 with Mrs. F. W. Rinckor : football championship, Kearney do
at 312 W. Second street. feated Alliance yesterday and Lincoln
11:00 "How to Hold Out."
7:30 "A Royal Procession Stopped by
1 a Beggar."
Will hold a meeting Monday even
ing at the Firemans Hall. There
will be election of officers for 1923.
The American Legion Auxiliary
will hold an important business meet
ing Friday, 'Dec. 1 at Firemans Hall.
All members should bo present.
11:00 "Doubts and Rainbows."
7:30 "Unperishable Standards."
-6:30 Senior and Intermediate Ep
worth Leagues. Reception of new
The ladies aid society will hold its
n'miuoILbazaar' in. the church:,parlo'fo
Dec. 8, 1922. All booths will open
at 3 o'clock and a fifteen cent lunch
will be served during the afternoon,
The public Is cordially Invited.
rriTA vircnnnvr! crmnnnc' ri:r
lA.snuiAd AftD wiIjIj
Tho union rollgtous services for
Thanksgiving were held In the Meth
odist church at 9 a. in. .Thursday
and were well attended. Tho ser
mon was delivered by Rov. C. F.
Koch who took as Ills subject the
theme, "Thanksgiving- Sacrifices".
Miss Caryl Derryberry sang a aoloreach tw0 thousand before tho next
with Mrs. Movers accompanying at
mo organ. A collection was taken
for charitable purposes.
Wm. Gadeke of Somerset was a
business visitor In the city tho. first
of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frederlckson
and son Morton spent Thanksgiving
in Keystone at tho Louis Sillasen
Just received a carload of our high grade Lone Star mattresses,
of which wo aro tho solo agents in North Platte and Lincoln county.
Therefore we are going to offer at a special price between now and
tho 18th of this month our fifty-five pound Lono Star felt matress
regular price $19.50, at tho holiday special $14.00. Our 45 pound
,Lone Star felt mattress, regular price $17.50 at $12.00. These
mattresses aro composed of olght separate layers of hand laid cotton,
pure, sanitary and free from dust. Heavy grill tick, four row bordered
edge. Every mattress guaranteed. Wo also offer an all cotton 45
pound matress regular price $12.50 at holiday special at $8.00.
Every stick of furniture that you buy In our placo now until Xmas
means a money saving to you.
Davis Furniture Co.
207-9 East 6th St.
Just around the corner oast of tho First National Bank. Phono 197.
SHORT STORIES OF
TKMS OT INTEREST ABOUT RE.
CENT HAPPENINGS IN THIS
Mr. Frasor, the ovnngolist, went to
Horshey yesterday morning and gave
tho sermon at a union Thanksgiving
service thoro in tho forenoon.
During the past month only thirty
two automobile licenses have been
issuod by tho County treasuror. This
is for 1922 but five licenses have
been made out.
1 The Union Revival c.nmn tn n olnon
vrasor loft on a night train tor his
next work which is in Oklahoma.
defeated Crtmbridgo, leaving Lincoln
'and Kearney tho only undefeated
teams in tho state. Tho stato board of
j control has arranged for a post-season
J game between those teams at Kear
ney next Friday.
James Shaw died at his homo at 320
'East Stli Street Wednesday evening.
Ho was 83 years old. Ho loaves to
mourn his untimely .docoaso his wife
, and one daughter besides other rola-
tlves. Tho funeral will probably bo
hold Sunday. Burial will bo made In
the Fort McPhorson National como
tery. ai a meeting of tho board of
county commissioners last Monday
permission was given tho villages or
Brady and Maxwell to use certain
public roads for the construction of
a transmission line from Gothenburg
These roads were carefully designat
ed and were selected so as to safo-
sunra me existing-telephone nnd
j The Committee of Ono Hundred of
I Lincoln county Is congratulating
iiaeu since uie election that tho
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umu unuorseu oy it wore nominated
in every Instance. Tho committee
now numbers nearly flvo hundred
members and Is growing constantly.
Its membership consists of those who
want the present liquor laws of tho
stato and nation enforced and those
who do not want a change made in
tho liquor laws which will legalize
the sale of light wines and beer. It
is expected that tho membership will
Treasurer Soudor resolved an offer
tne first of the week from tho tax
representatives of tho Burlington
railroad saying that road would offer
65 of Its 1922 taxes in Lincoln
county If they would bo accepted and
asking Mr. Souder If ho would tako
that partial payment until tho courts
could decide as to tho legality of tho
ONI! VICTORY FOR NORTH 1'LATTK
IN DUAL FOOTBALL
In a dual gnmo yostorday North,
Platte won from South Omaha by a'
1 19 to 7 score and tho North Platte
booomI team lost to.Mnxwoll, 36 to
i. Touchdowns were made for North'
j Platte in the Omaha gamo by Wilson,
!Vt and Roctor. The work of the
j local team showod up well and ospo-i
(Clally runs by Shnnor and passes byi
I Rtrniin Title irnmn wn& Mm 1t .. !
...u MtlQ Vltv lUOb uiiu
of tho season and onils a very success
ful football year for tho local grld
storB with but two defeats, one tlo
j nnd seven victories.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stamp and
daughter spent yesterday in Council
Bluffs with rolatlvos. Mr. Stamp re
turned this morning nnd Mrs. Stamp
and daughter will roturn tomorrow.
railroad assessments. Mr. Soudor
promptly replied that ho would not
accept anything loss than 100 of
tho railroad taxes of any railroad
any more than ho would accept It
from any private citizen or other
corporation. It is not known just
what action tho company will tako
under these conditions.
The Lincoln county committee for
tho University of Nebraska Stadium
fund faced a big task when it. was
glvon a quota of $1,500 but It tack
led tho Job with energy. A local
committee was appointed and rep- j nml - largo and varied stocks havo
resentatlves wero named in each of ueen bought. Today thoy are thrown
the localities In tho county whoro ' Pn to tno customers and an lnspec
alumnl or former students now live. tlon shows tho prices aro not high.
Personal solicitation was tho method T1J V'ls0 ""J'ors will attend to their
decided upon and tho committeemen ' needs enrly. There Is no advantage
wero provided with lists of former (ln delay and there are many dlsad
students of tho University. Tho a-1 vantages. Watch tho pages of the
mount Is In sight if those yot to bo TrlDuno fr tno offerings or tho
seen will do as well as those inter- merchants and give them a chance
viewed so far. It will be a wonder
ful thing for Nebraska to get such
a building for tho great University.
There Is a movement on oot to
make R. L. Cochran of this city Stato
Engineer. Tho appointment lies
with the governor and ho is being
urged to consider Mr. Cochrnn's name
In thle connection. The suggestion
is very opportune. Tho place will bo
vacant after the first of January aB
tho present Incumbent has accepted t0 securo thelr co-operation by a
another appolnment. Mr. Cochran confet,ence In which tho matter will
has been working with tho stato en- j bo S0110 over ,n dotal1, AU members
gineer's office for several years and 'f 101,1 nny nnd a11 parta of tno county
knows the work. Ho has tho high- are urged to attend- Tho committee
est credentials and has earned' nn has pa,d a11 blUf) to dato 11,(1 lmB a
enviable position as an engineer in smn11 ualanco ,n treasury.
tho years ho has been following the! :n:
profession. Ho has a wide acqualn-! and Mrs. George Kunkle left
tnnco over tho stato and this would J yesterday for Halg, Nebraska, where
bo an asset In such a position. His tho' will make their future homo,
ability has been demonstrated In i Every Suit Included in our Satur
every lino of engineering ho has un- day Suit Specials. A suit for every
dertakon and tho governor could do occasion. These prices will tempt
no bettor than make the appointment you. $9.98, $19.98, $29.98 and
and do It now.
DeFOREST CASH GROCERY
Phone 212. North Side. Phone 212.
Free Delivery to any part of the City.
We're beli vers in low prices, we're belivers in
Quality and go the limit -Just Compare.
A Few Bargains lor Saturday & Monday.
A LITTLE FLIER IN DRIED FRUIT.
Extra Large Fancy Prunes, per lb 19 4c
Large Size Prunes, per lb ..... 44c
Medium Size Prunes, per lb , - c
Small Size Prunes, per lb ; 91
Evaporated Apples, per lb 19 1.2c
Apricots Fancy, per lb ' !31c
Do not buy inferior grades. All our Dried Fruits
are extra cboice.
12 lbs. for $1.00.
Pork & Beans, can 10c
FOR' HOLfQAY TRADE
STOCKS OF CHRISTMAS flIWTO
WERE NEVER LAHGBll-NOlt
With tho close of Thanksgiving
festivities proparatlon for the ChrlBt
mas holidays has begun. Thanks
giving camo later than usual this
year and that prompted some mer
chants to start the holiday advertis
ing last week but tho big volume or
promotion will begin today. Christ
mas gifts and giving has come to bo
qulto an Institution in this country
and tho merchant who does not pro
vide for it is more than likoly to find
ihlmself out of touch with tho busi
ness world at this season of tho year.
Months ago tho foresighted storo
keopeV made hla plans, bought his
goods and looked after his stock so
ho would xbe prepared. Today ho is
opening up tho merchandise for In
spection of his customers. And tho
day reveals that preparations havo
never been better made. Advertis
ing campaigns have been planned,
clerks have been trnlned, additional
accommodations havo been provldodv
COMMITTEiE OF ONE HUNDRED
TO HOLD PUBLIC MEET
I A moetlnS of all members and
! frlends of tho Committee of Ono
Hundred haa been called for next
Monday evening at the Court house.
Tho offlcors are undecided as to tho
desires of tho membership nnd seek
10 Bars for 47c.
Fancy Sweet CORN
10 cans for 98c