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THIRTY-FIRST YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., APRIL 11, 1936. No. 25 lorlh Episcopal Church Mission On Thursday morning next April 13th, at 9 a. m. the Mission will be gin with a communion service for nil members Who can attend. The Mlss'm will be opened by Dr. Stnnsfleld who lias had much experience In this sphere of Iwork. Archdeacon Webber has been suddenly stricken with a sickness of such character as pre vents his coming In the beginning; and has appointed Dr. Stnnsfleld as his dep uty, assuring the Episcopal church that they will bo more than satisfied. Special moetlng for all will bo held each afternoon at 4 and each evening at 7:30 and a cordial invitation Is un reservedly given. Last evening Monday) In the Church of Our Saviour, the rector Dean J. J. Bowker, presented to the bishop for confirmation twenty-two candidates. The new members were of all asts, and represented a solid addition to the growing ranks and Influence of tho Episcopal church in this city. Four other candidates were unable to be present and will be confirmed at a later date. During the year now end ing, Easter to Easter, there have becs double the number confirmed over and above the number confirmed In any other year In the life of the Fplscopal church In this city. ::o:: To the Public The order of the Board of Health made April 3rd, relative to quaran tine regulations Is hereby revpkod, and children may attend public gath ings. Dated' April 11th, 191G. Board of Health, City of North Platte. SPECIAL SALE OF MUSLIN UXDEil. WEAK, CJtEl'ES AND CKEl'E I)E CHINES AT TA3I1"S THIS VVEEK. I01K?K CAK WINS . : HOSPITAL-WILL MOVE TO IX CLI.MHIX(! CONTEST NEW Ql'AHTEHS TOM015IKMV. Gowns In nil styles, both tho long and short, sleeves, slip over gowns and the but toned front. Dafnty combinations of laco and cmbroldorles. All 50c val ues at 39c, all 75c vulucs at 5.c, all $1.00 values at 79c, all $1.50 values at $1.19. Lntllcs' Punts AH Styles Both lace and embroidery trimmed. Tho tight knee, also the umbrella style. The 25c values at l!)c, tho 50c values at 39c, 'the G5c values at 59c and the $1.00 values at 79c. Corset Covers and Combinations. Plain, substantial styles, and dainty lace styles, all sizes. Tho 25c values at 19c, tho 50c values at 39c, the 75c values at 59c, the $1.00 values at 89c.-' Petticoats and Princess Slips. In lace and embroidery trimmings, also the white sateeii, which is Very popular Just now. All 50c garments for 39c, all 75c garments for 39c, all 75c garments for 59c, all $1.00 gar ments for 79c, all $1.50 garments for $1.19, all $2.50 garments for $1.99. In the above goods two have an ex ceptionally gcod assortment cud you can't help.but bo interested. Remember this special sale closes Saturday nlglit, lasting the one week only. v E. T. TJJAMP & SONS. -j to: The city school board met In regu lar session at the liigh school Monday evening with all members prosent. Eight new teachers 'were chosen for the coming year and other vacancies considered. Regular bills wcro al lowed and new business discussed. Among the subjects In the discussion was the loss of the $3,000 saloon tax which has heretofore been used by the city schools. The "new junior 'High plans and progress were also' dls-: cussed but no definite changes were made. Tho city council met last evening in the public library building and can vassed the votes of the recent electitrc, finding cverithing satisfactory. The now oDuncil wll meet this evening to organize and appoint committees for tho coming year. NOTICE. All parties with .overdue accounts at our store will pay up before May 1 as they will be turned in for colic tion on that date. CHAS. ECHELBERY. Geo. Godfrey was arrested last ev ening while purchasing a ticket to Sutherland. He is charged with mean ing valve stems and large quantities of brass from the Water "VVbrks com pany, and will have a hearing tlila morning. Relatives In this city have received cards announcing the birth of laughter , to. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wise, of Kansas City. Mrs. Wise was formerly Miss Harriet Beyerlo of this city Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Larson, of Bert ram!, who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Elmer Burke for'somo time, twill leave today. Now Ready For lusmess. Since the 18lh day of January, the date that this com pany voted to move its Home Office to North Platte frdm Lexington, and the date that we went on a legal reserve basis we have moved all the belongings of the former Fidelity Life Association to North Platte, and on account of the changing of our name and form of insurance, we have had printed an entire new set of blanks, such as Policies, Applications and every other form that an insurance company needs. We have spent about $1200.00 in fixing up a modern, up-to-date insurance olfice, and we are just abmt ready to commence our active campaign over the state for new insur ance. Without any push at all from the home office, as the officers had all they could handle in the removal and reorganization, this company has put on the books $70,00.00 of insurance since the 18th day of January of. .this year. Last week the President of the Company, Dr. Bak'tir; was in Sidney! and Kimball and wrote $30,000.00 of nqWi business. This shows the selling qualities of our policies. , We want ' practically every insurable person .'in North Platte and Vicinty to carry a policy in this company. We give you the best insurance for the premium of a'Hy1 company doing business in Nebraska today. We will scjlj. it to you on an annual, semi-annual, quarterly or monthly basis. Any terms that are convient to you, and every dollar' you invest with this company, will help buildup North PlatUj.a.ud West ern Nebraska and not New York, Philadelphia or other east ern city that you are not interested in. , . Phone the office for an appointment and one of our agents will call on you and explain our policy. You are under no obligations to buy, by having our policies explained. Fidelity Reserve Company A legal reserve, old line insurance company writing Life, Health and Accident Insurance. PHONE 59. Offices, Rooms 1 and 2 I. O. O. F. Building. North Platte, Neb. North Platte, Neb., April 9th, 191G. Wo, tho undersigned, appointed as udges to determine the matters arising In tho automobile "hlll-climblng con test held In pursuance to tho chal lenge of the Hendy-Ogler Auto Com pany for the Dodge Brothers' nuto- nvcblle 1916 model, beg to submit tho following report: First: Three cars' entered the con test, being first, Dodgo Brothers, a 191C standard 4 cylinder stock car, selling at $785.00 F..O. B. Detroit. Second: Standard little six cylin der Buick, model 191G, selling at $1015 F. O. B. Detroit. Third: Standard four cylinder 191C Oakland, selling at $1050, F. O. B. Detroit. A careful Inspection of each car to ascertain same to be standard stock cars with no changes or additions thcr- to and being In the same condition as received from factory. Each car iwas then drained of all oil and gasoline and then refilled with standard gasoline and Polarlno cylin der oil. Cars were then arranged and photographed. Tho Dodgo being the challenger, led the contest. Upon casting lots Buick went second and Oakland third. Each car started at standing start, fifteen feet from base of hill. A 8ur voy of tho course to be traveled show ed tho following figures: Total height 10G feet; averago grade 28, total distance 390 feet. First 50 feet grade 23; second 50 feet grade 40 ; third 50 feet grade 17; fourth 50 feet grade 18; fifth 50 feet 27; sixth 50 fee grade 27; seventh 50 feet grade 37; last forty feet grade 20. The track or course to be traveled was irregular and rough and track filled with much loose soli and sand. At signal from tho Judges tho Dodge car, driven by W. J. Hendy, 'carrying one passenger, Mr. A. F. Stephenson, representing the -Lang National De tective Agency, made tho climb under and" within tho rules governing -tlie: contest. At a signal frori judges tho Buick driven by J, S. Davis, carrying same passenger, as proceeding par passed over tho first elovation, but failed to make final elevation at end of course. It then returned to starting point and withdrew from the contest. At signal from Judges, the Oakland driven by Lloyd Powers arid carrying same passehger as proceeding cars, which car made tKvo efforts to "travel course, each time passing over first elevation but failed in each effort to make final elevation at end of the qaurs ireturning to starting point withdrawing from the contest. The undersigned Judges, therefore, find that the Dodgo car above referred to won the contest and that the Hendy- Ogter Auto Company Is entiled to the first prize of $20. Tho Oakland and Buick having tied In tho contest, tho4seocnd nnd third prizes of $10 and $5 should bo divided equally between tho J. S. Davis Auto Company, entrant of the Buick, and Lloyd Powers, entrant of the Oakland, $7.50 to each. Respectfully submitted, WILBER TAYLOR, C. O. WEINGAND, A. MULDOON. ::o:': - Work on tho new Junior High !s in rapid progress. Mrs, E. E. Rippey, of Lexington, was a guest of relatives and friends In North Platte Sunday. Mrs. John Pease, of Paxtoti, who was tho guest of Attorney and Mrs. Al bort Muldoon, left for homo last aven lng. Let tho little chink "Chlnnine!" iriuln your floor or woodwork. Mo docs It over old niilmcd surfaces at it rldien Ions low cost. Stone, The Druggist. On acount of tho Chamber of Com merce banquet Monday evening then will bo no meeting of the Presbyter- inn aid sbcloty this weok. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hoy and daughter Reta, of Garflold, came In yaoterday and nro spending toduy in town. Mr. Hoy says fall grain on tho Garfield tablo Is in extra good condlt'on. MIhs Poarl Koont?. returned Satur day from Staploton whoro she closed a succossful term of school. Mrs. Chas. Lolningor is very ill at her home on tho North sldo. Tho North Platto General Hospital, which has occupied the second floor of tho former Lnmb build ing on North Locust for some fine, will move Into Its new quurtors In tho Klenk-Morsh building tomorrow. The now hospital contains twenty-seven rooms, among which nro four wards, 18 private rooms, operating room, x-ray department, kitchen, dining room, offices and bath rooms, all of which arc well lighted and properly ventilated and furnlshod In a mod em, convenient, nnd comfortnble man ner. Tho halls are furnished with vlt ellte, a new flooring especially idaptcd for hospital use. Miss Minnie SeUunn hos been nppolnted superintendent and her staff of nurses nro Misses Selbolt, Lucas, Huletts, Swanson and Young. Tho physicians and siirgeons nro Doctors J. B. Redflold, V. Lucas, J. B. SImms G. B. Dent. ::o:: Organs for Sale nt Great Bargains. Ono Kimball, G octave, good ns new, $45.00. One Estey almost now, $35.00. One Miller, $30.00. WALKER MUSIC COMPANY, At Clinton's Jewelry Store. ::o:: Why not save twenty per cent on your Easier Coal, Suit or Dress? You can do this by buying tit Block's An niversary Snle. C. E. Saxton of Eaton, Colo., pur chased a four ninety modol Chevrolet touring car from the local drnlor, E. M. Smith. Hlkell's Violet Articles. Every article guaranteed. NYAL DRUG STORE. Tho Happy Hour and Ncvita club meeting have been postponed indefi nitely on aoount of tho contagious diseases. The C. W.y B. M. of tho Christian church will meet In tho church par lors. Friday afternoon. A special pro gram has been prepared and n large attendance Is desired. ' : :o :- YOU KNOW Where to get the cheapest nnd best Fire nnd Life and Hall insurance nnd that Dratt & Goodman write II. -::o::- I,..)J.;PIENEi: Jt CO. Itcnl Estate nnd Insurance Come and see us for town lots In different parts of tho city. Good In vestments on easy torms. Houses for salo and rent. We havo also good bar gains in farms and ranches. Cor. Front and Dowey Sts.. upstairs, Standard Dodge Bros. Touring Car Wins Greatest Hill Contest Ever Witnessed in This Section. Every Dodge Bros. Car is like the other. Don't let anyone tell you different. We guarantee to the purchaser of a Dodge Brothers Car that after driving his new car around 100 miles (this to loosen up and free new stiff bearings) that it will do the same work as the Dodge Brothers Car driven in the Content. The car with unlimited power, simple construction, reasonable weight. Touring Car or Roadster $835 No. Platte Hendy-Ogier Auto Co. Good Bread Is Assured t If Cow Brand Hour Is use)! !n tho making. Some folks fret and worry ctery linking dny, but they arc not tho users of Cow Brand Hour. Try a sack noxt time. Your linking troubles y will disappear like magic. Tho bread, tho cake, the pastry will ZA conic out Just lovely every time. V 14 t.. 11... n n 111 J. HI ii in me iiiiuij nisi jiuiii. Lierk-Saiidall Co, LINCOLN COUNTY SCHOOLS TO OBSERVE AKIJOIt 1AY. This Slogan "Brighten-Up" applies to everything and everybody. This is the time of the year tp smile and to make other people smile. Nature herself is smiling and she was the one who originally dis covered the Brighten-Up idea. The Sherwin-Williams Company came second. Sherwin-Williams PAINTS AND VARNISHES will Brighten Up your property there!s a paint, varnish, stain or enamel for every surface around your home. Spring housecleaning should include liberal use of Sherwin-Williams Brighten-Up Finishes it's wonderful how 'dif ferent' they will make your home ancf at slight expense. We're agents. Rexall Drug Store, PHONE NO. 4. Come in and have Brighten Up Talk with us The best quality it t it rcnsonnble price Lincoln County schools will tills your observe Arbor nnd Wrd day on April 22d. County Supt. Allcen Guntt is nulli ng special educational bulletins to each teacher of the county. Tho bulle tin pertains wholly to tho observance of Arbor and Bird day and urges atten tion and co-operation on the part of f botli tencher and pupil. Miss Gantt wrote to tho Forest Re serve and asked it tlioy could send her some small trees to bo set out In Lin coln county school yards. She secured about 2500 small pines and elms uud Sent them out to some thirty sdiool 'districts with directions for planting. ::o;: North riuttc Genernl Hospital. Mrs. Edward Miller, of Oahkosh, who was operated upon last week for ap pendicitis is progressing nicely. John Greenwood, of Curtis, is tnk- ng a course of treatments and Is much Improved. v Mfes Margaret Wilson, ofOshkosh, whp Is receiving attention for frac tured limbs is doing nicely. T, Cash, of Tryon, entered the hos pital Saturday for a scries cf medical treatments. Mrs. Harry Kolly nnd baby who woro patients at the hospital, retunu 4 homo Saturday. ' ' ' Mn'. R. O. Heaton Is recovering from an illness of several weeks. Dr, Wilson, of Curtis, was a pro fessional visitor nt tho hospital Satur day. ' Georgo Dopow of Sedwlck, is taking trentmont for his oyes. Mrs. Davis, of Wallaco, is getting along nfcoly, having submitted to nu operation, recently. ::o:: A number of tho local members of tho I. O. O. I- wont to Ilershey last evening to organizo an Odd Follows lclgo. 30,000 School Children Notice of Petition. In New York City nlonc need Glasses. Now York, Chicago nnd many other cities employ exports to examine the eyes of school children because very much of tho apparent stupidity, back wardness In studies, difficulty in learn ing, nervousness and other physical troubles nro duo to defective vision which glasses will correct. Glasses nro liecossnry In order that many children may have n fair chance in life. Slight defects in refraction, if ne glected, often result In permanent in jury to sight nnd ticalth. Your can havo your child's eyes, or your own, tested nt Clfnton.s nnd any defect in refraction Is found, secure glasses properly fitted to correct H, C. S. CLINTON, Jeweler nnd Optician, The Sign With the lllg King. Estato No. .1404 of Walter Stowart, deceased, in tho county court of Lin coln county, Nobraska. Tho State of Nobraska, To all per sons Interested in said Estato take uotlco that a petition has been Hind for tho probnto of tho last will and tostamont of Waiter Stewart, do coased, and for tho appointment of Minta 11. Stownrt as Executor of said will, which has boon sot for hearing herein on April 28, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m. Dated April 3, 191C. GEO, E. FRENCH, 23-3w County Judge. if -AVI S$k Telephone Your Grocery orders to 32 They will given prompt and careful attention. Lierk-Sandall Co. 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