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TIIlkTY-SIXTII YEAR.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., SEPTEMBER 28, 1920.
75
FOOT BALL
DAYS. MERE
THE SEASON OPENS THIS WEEK
WITH GAME HEHE.
Tho North Platto High School foot
ball team la again boforo tho people
o the city asking for their attention
during tho next few weeks.
With Keith Ncvlllo as head coach, tho
team Is making u good showing and
prospects are bright for tho state
championship. Nino of last year's
players aro out again this year and
enough new material is on hand to
give confidence to the student body
that everything will come out well.
Adams (Capt.), Locke, Hoga, Over
man, McTnrtand, Hlnman, Walters,
Yost and Simon aro the old players
while Horn, Shaner, Bunnell, Corn
well and a bunch of now follows will
l.e ready to take tho places away from
tho old men if thoy don't make good.
Tho schedulo comprises nino games,
four at homo and five away. T'
homo aro Alliance, Oct. 1st, Gothen
burg Nov. 5th, Curtis Nov. ID and
Grand Island Nov. 25. Away from
home tho boys play Lincoln, Lexing
ton, Cozad, Kearney and Scottsbluff.
Season tickets for the homo games
aro two dollars each for Adults and
$1.50 each for High School. A special
ticket for children will bo sold at
soventy-flve cents. Those tickets aro
sale by tho High School pupils and at !
some of tho Drug Stores.
Tho schedulo is a good one, tho
coach and team are up to the high
standard of N. P. H. S. Now tho
question of finance is to bo worked
out and tho people are asked to sup
1 ort the football by purchasing liber
ally of the season tickets, thus plac
ing tho sport on its feet financially.
t Owing to a misunderstanding about our Jease we are
obliged to vacate our present' location in the. Keith Theatre
Building and will have to niove into a smaller room until
we can get' a suitable location. Our misfortune is your
opportunity for we are obliged to reduce our stock.
Commencing Wednesday, Sept. 30th
we will make prices that will sell all we care to in a very
shoil time.
ANNUAL MEETING OF LUTHERAN
CHURCH HELD LAST EVENING. 1
Tho annlial congregational meeting
of tho Lutheran Church at North
Plntto was hold last evening in tho
church. Tho ladles served a dinner
to the mombors and families at sovon
o'clock. About one hundred woro
present. Roports from tho different
departments of tho church woro road
and plans mado for the coming year.
Ono roport showed tho largost num
ber of accessions sinco dedication of
tho church, thnt has beon recorded in
Its history. Thero woro fifty-seven
new members. Another report showed
that over $10,000 has been collected
for tho current expenses and benevo
loncos of tho church during tho year
and this does not count any of tho
funds raised for the church building.
Tho reports all emphasized tho good
work bolng done by Rev. C. P. Koch,
the pastor, and the ontlro member
ship. With tho close of tho best year
In Its history tho First Lutheran
Church of North Plafto turns its face
toward tho new year with a united
front and nn excellent outlook.
LINCOLN COUNTY SALVATION
ARMY ADVISORY BOARD MEETS.
At a meotlng of tho Advisory Board
for Lincoln County of tho Salvation
Army Geo. M. Cary was elected Sec
retary. Tho Board is to conduct tho
annual financial campaign which will
bo hold Oct. 18th 24. William N. Rob
son, Pi old Representative for this dis
trict was at tho meotlng and present
ed tho financial program for tho com
ing year.
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo extend our sincere thanks to the
U. P. North Platto Yard Employees
for the many beautiful floral offer
ings. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Drake and
family.
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Dr. Howard Tfost, Dentist. Twinom
RuIIdlntr. Phono 307. 77tf
EI Iwi f irTt In
STATE FARM
BUILDS SILO
INFORMATION AS TO THE COST
OF BUILDING SATISFACTORY
PIT SILO.
A now silo has Just been built at
tho State Experimental Substation,
which is interesting as It presents tho
oxact figures for tho cost and tho
methods used in filling It. Tho silo
Is thirty by twelve feet. A concrete
collar was put down to tho depth of
threo feet, tho remainder of tho dls
tanco being plastered. It required
threo men ono day to dig tho collar
and pour tho cement. Plvo men and
hone horse worked threo and ono-half
days to complete tho digging oftho
silo. Tho total cost of tho silo was
$175. Tho rated capacity Is 5S& tons.
The actual tonnage, put Into tho silo
was 43 tons which Incited three feet-
, of filling It. This would make threo
dollars the cost per tQ.n to build tho
l silo.
Pigs were used for a short tlmo to
pack tho silage, ono man to drivo the
i pigs and one man to handlo tho shoot
! as tho sllago came down. While the
pigs proved a success at packing, thoy
soon got tired and went on a strike
so tho mnn had to finish the job.
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LINCOLN COUNTY ARGICUL-
TURAL SOCIETY NOTICE
Anyone having bills ngajinst tho
Lincoln County Agricultural Socloty
will please file them with tho Secre
tary at his office at once.
GEORGE M. Carey, Sec.
::o;:
Bags, Reads, Pearls, Cameos, La
vallbirs, Jewelry 25 reduction at
AUSTIN'S.
SAL
.FOR ILLUSTRATION
$175.00 Phonograph will go at
$147.00
$125.00 Phonograph will go at
$450.00
Come In and
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W. H. 3LVLONEY RETURNS FROM
TRIP THROUGH THE EAST.
AV R. Malonoy roturncd Friday
from nn oxtondod trip ' through tho
onst. Ho joined tho special train of
Embalmors at Chicago and was ono of
tho party of about 275 who journoyed
from" Chicago through tho chelf points
of lntorost In tho cast to Sprlngfiold,
Mass., whoro jtho National Convention
"was lrtsld. Ho spent somo tlmo In
Now York, representing tho Nebraska
Embalmors at tho Funeral Directors
Council. Mr. Moloney jls confident
that conditions aro gradually moving
toward tho normal. Every whoro ho
found buslnoss men confident that ns
soon ng tho election is over, business
will be as good as usual and In Bomo
lines thoro will bo an Improvement.
"Tho financlnl situation is improving
and showing moro strength," said Mr.
Malonoy, "and with tho big crops and
price reductions in somo lines wo
can expect reasonably good business
conditions over the wholo country
this fall."
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.
, An oxnmtimtion Is to bo given Oct.
1 nt the North Platto Federal Bulld
j lug for tho position of laborer In tho
. custodian scrvlco at a salary of $CG0
I a year with $240 bonus. Particulars
I may bo learned from tho local secre
tary, Mrs. Gleason, at tho Post Office.
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NOTICE.
Selling Milk from Untested Cows.
Thoro aro a number of people in
this vicinity that aro soiling milk
from cows which havo not been tested
for tuberculosis. Thirty days will
bo given to comply with tho law.
P. C. STODDART,
Stato Inspector.
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Eva Black left Saturday for hor
homo In Sutherland after transacting
business In this city for some time.
Dqn't fall to read "the WALKER
,MUSIC CO, Advertisement.
pi - io will go at
Lo i Them Over
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GOVERNOR COX
SPEAKS HERE
DE.MOCItATIC CANDIDATE FOR
PRESIDENT VISITS IN
NORTH PLATTF..
A good sized crowd hoard Governor
Cox speak from tho roar of his train
yostorday " morning at nine o'clock.
Tho train was on tlmo and tho Gover
nor appeared as tho crowd gathorod
about tho rear car. After somo com
.pllmontay remarks about tho stato,
the Governor gave a few minutes to
a discussion of tho League of Nations.
Ho said tho mothers of this nation
wero asked to send their boys to tho
war thnt war might ho abolished and
nil war ended. "If thero Is to bo any
disarmament, It must be by Interna
tional ngrcomont of tlfo groat nations.
Amorlcn through hor president agreed
to tho Lcaguo of Natlous but a politi
cal fight was started by a Senatorial
oligarchy and this senatorial oli
garchy has nominated ono of Its own
members for tho Presidency and Is at
tempting to keep tho United States
out of tho Loaguo which lias already
beon joined by forty-one nations. It
has not proposed any plan which
calls for universal disarmament and
yet Is fighting tho only plnn which
has beon proposed."
Governor Cox said ho came west to
let tho people know what ho thought
nbout tho policy of this nation and he
wanted to find out what thoy thought.
Ho said this was tho most Important
tlmo In tho history of tho nation for
tho past fifty years and a time f,br
tho highest patriotism. His speech
was closed with a compllmont for tho
ipeople who had como out so early In
tho morning to hear him and after
saying jsood-byo to the audience ho
entered into u conversation with somo
of those ncnu him. inquiring about
thi' crops raised here, their condition
and othor matters of local Interest un
til the trnin pulled out.
WII.I. OPEN SOCIAL SEASON
AT ELKS' CLl'U.
Tho Hnllowoll orchestra will open
- tho social season at tho Elks Club on
tho fifth of October by giving n con
cert In the club rooms which will bo
followed by a dnnco This Is for Elks
and their families only. J. A. Wentzol,
who was here before with tills same
orchestra will come again UiIh year.
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riMHUNE PRESENTS OPENING
CHAPTERS OF A NEW STORY.
On another page will bo foundvtho
opening chapters of a now story by
Peter 1). Kyno, author of Cappy Ricks.
Tho title Is WEDSTER MAN'S MAN.
This story hns beon issued in book
form and has mot with a wldo salo In
this country. It is a story of ndven
luro and wo are suro our readers will
look forward to tho chapters as they
como week after week. It will usual
ly appoar In tho Tuesday Issue.
you really
you will
Seldom docs nnyono hour us say: "Wo aro out of it." In toilet goods
wo carry practically everything that is woll known for quality and
values, and woll supported by advertising. Wo havo tho goods that
ure advertised In your nowspapora and magazines, tho things that you
havo known and used for years. Tho bettor class of toilet goods for
mont, women and children. Evorythlng, proparatlonB, itonslls, out
fits equipments.
LADIES
Toilet soaps, faco powdors, per
fumes, and toilet waters, sachot,
hair tonics, hair dyes, combs,
brushos, tooth cloanors and
manlcuro goods.
BABY
Tdllet soups, baby brushes, bath
goods, dusting powdors, tal
cums, tollot wntors, puff boxes
and puffs, baliy hnlr brushos
and combs nnd sponges.
RIIILEY AGAIN WINS THE AUTO
RACKS AT THE 'FAIR. .'
King Rhlloy again won the big
races at tho Lincoln County Fair' Fri
day. Ho had some competition but
managed to get away with tho honors
and tho first placo. In tho stock Ford
2-mllo rnco, Cecil Lako won first
placo and North Plntto Aircraft Co.,
second. In.tjio North Platte Special
first heat, Rhlloy won first, Drako
second, O'Brien third; time 11:35. In
tho second heat, Rhlloy won first,
Morgan second nnd O'Brien third;
tlmo 11:82 2-5. In tho third heat
Proltauor won first, Dreed second and
O'Brien third; time 12:2 2-5. It was
In this heat that Noel Bullock passed
Rhlloy and In recovering the lend
Rhlloy and Bullock enmo together
putting both out of tho running for
sovoral laps. Tho judges finally de
cided to nllow both to compotd'lu tho
Sweepstakes and five cars started on
tho twenty-five mtle drag Rhlley,
Preitauor, Drako, Breed and Bullock;
Only Rhlloy nnd Breed finished, Rhlloy
easily kooplng tho lead. Iji tho Lin
coln County Special 5-inllo raco
Swansoa'B car won first with Bullock
second and Davison third. In tho.10
mllo Lincoln County Special Swan
son's car again yon first, with Bul
lock second and Miller third. A largo
crowd waB thoro to see Rhlloy boaton
and loud talk was heard boforo tho
racos ns to tho probablo driver who
would do It but no ono appeared whq
mndo htm take dust except Bullock
and tho accident provonted a show
down In that case.
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CARD OF THANKS.
Wo wish to thank our many neigh
bor;! and friends and lodge) for their
many kindnesses shown to us during
in . .i ai. - a
jjinuBH uiiu uuuui uur uuuBUim
and sister nnd for tho bontulful floral
offu lugs.
D. H. Harden nnd family
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Andorson
r and family.
I. O. 0. V. NOTICE.
CltiNs Initiation Thursday evening.
All mnnbprs nre requested to ho pres
oil).
J. GUY SWOPE, Socy.
NOTICE
Do not bring mo Automobllo Tires
for thoro Is no mnrkot.
L. LIPSHITZ.
LOCAL ATm PTWSOMt
Mrs. Etta Berry, of Qulncy. Mlclu,.
loft Monday after visiting the William
Drayton family.
V. G. Falk and .T. L. Murphy ro
turncd Saturday morning from a
months trip to Washington. Cnl.
Geo. M. Cary loft last evening to
attend tho State Association of Chara
bor of Commerce Secretaries which ' :.
( convonos nt Lincoln today.
North Platto Light & Power Co,
will bo host to tho members of tho
I Rotary Club and their wives, Weflnof
! day evening, tho 29th, at 8 p. m.
Mrs. E. N. Oglor- onteraincd at a
, "stag" dinner Inst evening complimen
tary to Mr. Oglor wIiobo birth anniver
sary occurrod yesterday.
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care for
care for
MEN
Regular razors and safeties,
safoty blades, shaving soaps,
hones, strops nnd brushos, tal
cum powdors, and aftor shaves,
Witch Hazel and skin lotions.
BATH
Bath soaps, bath brushes, bath
sprays, spongos, Loofahs, Bath
Salts, tollot wators, vlolot am
monia and witch hazol, talcums
1 . and rub downs after tho bath.
Walker B
msic Id,
Gummere-Dent Drug Co.

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