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A JOY BILL COMING!
Comedy arid Novelty Featnre the Bill coming to the KEITH Thursday Next It's Really an All Joy Bill That is Coming to the Keith Theatre on Thursday Next There are three acts who devoir their ability to laugh-making very succclully. and one decided novelty, But there is enough mirth to satisfy the most exacting. The Fitzgerald Duo inaugurates the bill with balancing and barrel jumpin. Sue Stead and Sister profler ex cellent harmony singing with instrumental accompaniments. The furt. least commences with Campbell and GrqvT, two colored comedians who handle syncopation and humor in a riotous manner. Saxon. Chanard and Leonard contribute singing, dancing and music in a IivpIv manner and send the audience home in a ncod bun (r. i i mut33Jceklu Sribune. WILSON TOOT, Kdltor and Publisher. Entered at the North Platto, Nobraaka Poatofflco as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Onu Year, In ndranoo $2.00 TUESDAY, FEHHUARY 1021. EDITORIAL. Soiiio poople may think tliero uro too many traveling mon and thoro may be too many but that Is no reason for Haying that tho commercial traveler ie a luxury. IIo Ik tho npostlo of clieor and brings to tho morchant who Is tied down to his storo a breeze from tho conlorB of Industry which Is heart ening. No great Invontlon has mado any rapid headway until a man with a vision has gono to tho prospective buyer and ovorcomo his prejudices by showing him tho merits of tho Inven tion. Evoryono wants to take out somo NEW SCRAPPLE. Col u in n of Nonsense. JJon. E. S. Davis, Lincoln, Nobr. Doar Ed The othor day wlion wo wore going over to Art Hush's storo to buy pret zels, a man stopped us and asked us how oNTn man should bo to stop wear ing cuffs on tho bottoms of his trous ers. Wc told him wo didn't know and ho sulci thoro ought to bo n law on tho subject and wo nro writing you to pass a law as to wlion a man Is too old to wear cuffs on tho bottoms of his trousers. You know trousers Is usual ly called pants and while- pants are not spoken of much in pollto socloty It would do no harm to mention them in tho laws for only a few pooplo ovor j roan mo laws anu uioy arc moauy mon. You know Ed, that It Is nil right for young men to wear cuffs thcro bo "n tiso thoy have a uso and that It that as tho young mon gets taller wo don't havo to throw away his pants but can Just turn down tho cuff and' Iron out1 Only America Can Keep These Pots Boiling life Insuranco and yet no ono over tho crease. It is a irroat Idea. Ed. h B iu n uguiii uiiu nana iur u iouuy. The agent hunts up tho business. Tho commercial travolor is roltablo or ho could nor bold Ills Job. Ho Is a bus iness man using business mothods. He In cheerful; ho Is usually companion able; his Hfo Is spent away from homo on tho road. Many concorns havo tried to get nlong without travelling .salesmen nnd Bomo havo succoded but nearly nil hoyo finally como to this method of selling goods. Ho Is ono of ii' nnd wo nro for him. n? In former Issues wo havo tried to fcVw that the Hoard of Education hero la North Plntto hud tho legal and gen erally acknowledged right to make dancing ono of tho school activities anil that It nctcd In good faith and with popular approval when It did so. It In well at this point to call attention to tho fact that tho right and wrong of the dutico, Its moral nnd its Immor al naturo Is a question foreign to tho discussion. Ono extreme condemns tho dnnco as absolutely wrong; tho other extreme says there Is nothing wrong In It. Most of us know that us an Institution it has Its daugors. "Whorovor decency oxlsts thore wo find safeguards thrown about tho dancors It inny bo in the form of tho police-' tm.Ji it tho public dance, tho woltaro worker at the-' social dunce, or tho chuoorono at the prlvato dunce. Hog lilation nnd control have seemed ne consnrv especially with young peoplo. Tho dungor oxIhIh In the unregulated dance. The Unard of Education recog imod this nnd ruled that teachers and mothers must lie procnt, that no out Hidoriahould be allowed to take pnrt, that the dnnclirr hould be only a part ofnjie ovonlmr e'HortuInmont and that It tnnin not lst lute Mombors of ii , i.-.t to bi proRout and h,' c i i'Mi'inir and monibors of tin- Board of PuIiIIp Welfare wore also Invited to bo present Thus wo bo- llt-vn tlie Hoard of Eduoutlon acted luwfrilly and In trood faitli In making duncluu one of the school interests n nd that il recognized the ilangor n mo tinnco m niniunx rostricuvo rogti lp' ions' to govorn nehaol' dances. FARM LOANS " Wo are In tho market for Lincoln County Farm Loans. Loans closed V "inptly. No dolnys. T. C. PATTERSON, Room 2. H. & Ii. Building, ;;oi' ' CAT SCORED USUAL VICTORY Japanese Legend Merely Another Feathet In the Cap of the Ever. Conquerlna Feline. There is nn eiu-linntliig story told by the Ltid Sol rihoniigon, a beauty of Japan of nine centuries past, of tho emperor's favorite cnt herself a spoiled beauty. She hud received a cap of honor and had been raised to tho third rank of nobility, with tho title of Wlyobu-noOtoto. or "Chief of tho Female Attendants," and was cnt of many graces. Unfortunntely, on a day of disobedience, her lndy-ln waiting summoned tho emperor's dog, Oklnnnmru. to sturtle her Into good bo liavior. He barked obediently, and the cat dashed madly behind the screen, where his mujeaty sat at break fast, and sought refuge In his arms. The emperor, much shocked, sent for the lord high chnmbcrlnln. and pro nounced sentence- on poocOklnnmaru. A thrashing and exile I The Lady Sol describes him ns hitherto a happy dog nnd much esteemed. Hut a short ttmo before ho had been carried In a proces sion in a willow Utter, with peach blossoms and hollyhocks on his head I He was now an outcast on dog Island, "and nono bo poor to do him rever ence." He may possibly linve found life easier without the hollyhocks, but It la Interesting to sco that the eternal cat Is victorious un ever. The dog Is vanquished ; tho lady-In-waltlng ruined, and 'the cat Ilea Id the emperor's lap una' purrs.' So was It always; so will It ever be, writes L. Adams Heck In Asia Magazine. Then again Ed, A young man must. 16ok nifty when ho gooa a shining a- round tho girls nnd ho 1b shining most of tho tlmo and a cuff at tho bottom of I each pant leg is about tho niftiest) tiling they have invented sinco wo wore a young man. But what somo of these old follows want to dress up nifty for wo can't tell. Who aro thoy shining around Is what wo would Hko to know and their wives should find out So wo say mako tho law. Then again Ed, young follows mako lots of money and can afford to buy extra cloth on tho bottoms of their pants logs lut when a fellow gets old ho should begin to save hlr. money and not buy any moro cloth In his punts than ho needs for service. Wo Bay no waste of cloth In that way for the old fellows. Then again Ed, wo heard of u follow tho othor day who dropped his oyo glasses uud didn't find them Until the noxt dny and all the tlmo they wore In- the turned up Part Of his pant's leg. If ho was an old follow It served hlrti right to hnvo to go' without his g'assos all day Just becauso he Was trying to bo nifty and If ho was a voung fellow you seo how fortunate it was tnat no una curts to cntcn tno glasses and so thoy did not hit the floor nnd probably bronk and he prob ibly didn't havo any more money to buy anothor pair. So Ed, since wo .did not hear from you about tho law to teach children how to chow gum artistically, we hope OU will it hb th s law and keen somo of then old follows In this town from 'pavsluR ibemsolvos off on poor unsus pecting peoplo as young mon. especi ally i.rJiitors. "ours truly. A CONSTITUENT. ::n;i Nerve-Speed When Needed Want Ads J. M. BARTON Somerset, Nebr, BREEDER OF Tills snapshot of nn American feeding kitchen In still prostrate eastern Europe shows what America moaws to the otherwise helpless childhood of the war-swept nations. Funds supporting these outposts of succor nnd other agencies for tho relief of children stricken by the disease caused by under nutrition have run out, and that the work may not cense, depriving millions of, the innocent of their only hope for life, eljjht great American relief organiza tions under the name of the European IUllef Council are banding together In i a Joint appeal to -the American conscience In their behalf. These agencies an the American Keller Administration, the American Hed Cross, the American Friends' Service Committee (Quakers), the Jowlsh Joint Distribution Com mittee, the Federal Council of Churches of. Christ In America, the KnlghUaOf Columbus, the Y. M. C. A. and the X. W. G. A. For Rent A sleeping room for ono or two ladles. 920 W. Fourth. Tor Rent A flvo room house. 205 South Ash St. Phono 330J. For Sale Household furniture, 20C South Ash. Phono 330J. Wanted A kitchen maid. Apply -at Platts Valley Hospital. For Sale Two walnut bedroom suites. 112 West Second. ' Tor Kale Pure bred Whlto Leghorn Oockrela, $2.00 each. L. I. Tucker, 221 Chestnut ! For Salo Registered Hereford bulls. Flvo miles east of North Platto. J. A. Jackson. For Jtcnt One nice room to two. 8 men. Will give board. Phono 249W. I P. E. 0. To Trndo 160 acres good alfalfa and hay land for property In North Platto, Box 294. North Platte. For Exchange General merchan dise stock.. Invoice about $0,000 to ?S, 000 want first real cstato mortgage or liberty tionds. Write mo what you havo. K. B. Caro of Tribune. Registered Herefords. Choice Pure Bred Stock for Sale, Priced Right. FARM SALE I will sell at public auction at my farm on tho Holloway ranch, 10 miles north of North Platte, on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 Horses, Cattlo, Hogs anil. Farm Machinery. Free Lunch at Noon Six months time on approved security at 10 por cent Interest. Ed. Kiorlg T. C. Swenson, Auctioneer. Clerk. J. H. Marovlsh, Owner. i.t J.t i.t :.t H it i.t i.t it MMMf.,.,'.,,..,...tM...M....t.'f Mr. niiC M:b. Chid Sliollv of Fair bury aro visiting at tho homo of Dr. t , and Mrs. H. C. Brock this' we6k. Mr. ,.,.,' Sllo.lloy la editor of the Falrbury Ncwh , , and Mrs. Shelley will lm miiembcrort by many North Platto people us Miss Lulu Qroff who visited the Brock fam ily a number of times.. 1 Mr. and Mrs, Obit were delightfully surprised lust ovenlng when a num ber of neighbors and friends gathered at their home. Cards we're played dur ing tlie evci.iiif; after which dainty re f i ."hmoiRs '. mo served. PURE BRED PUBLIC SALE At North Platte, Nobr.', Fcbr.. 24. livery barn. This is our an- of Duroc Jersey Bred sows, and we are also soiling 11 Head of Shorthorns consisting of 9 young bulls bud 2 young heifers of roal mer it. This Is all young, good stilil, with biit o'f breeding, and quality. The lired sows aro tried sows, fall and spiting gilts, bred for March and April Utters. If you. ncd a brood bow or u herd bull, don't forget to attond tlilfi sale, as this Is all goodjjeod stock. Write for cataloguo to owner, Frank St rolberg, .North Platte, Nebraska. AT THE SUN Thursday and Friday NOT A WAR PICTURE LACK OF RKSKUVK FOHIJK CAl'SU OF MOST FAILURES IN T1IK DAILY AFFAIRS OF LIFE Tofcel weary without having .earn od it by hard work throws tho mind Into disorder and confusion. A hundred peoplo describing their weary condition would each toll It dif ferently. Ono can't think, anothor Is drowsy, tho noxt fcols weak," others nro lrrltablo, moody, doprossod, ap- prenojiBlve, as tho caso may bo. To thin groat claBS of sufforors comos Reolo, ono of tho grandest roconstrno tlvo aponclos ovor dovlsod for definite accomplishment. It intonslllca tho i ' tlvlty of tho vital processes, provol. increased ilosh, stimulates tho in duction of rod corpusclos, contrlbir to tho dofonso of tho system ngali ' depiction nnd consoquont oxhaustl ard In many othor ways aroiuos tl functional processes to make you fc ' that something hn3 touched that on lilckoring vital Bpark you though wu about to go out. No amount of doscrlp Hon can adequately convoy tho dlt foronco botwoon tho fooling of lack of nerve speed and tho rebound; tho froedom, tho liberation from dopros slons that cuubo bo many mon and women to fall In their tracks, to go to sloop at tho switch or Btand still when tho order Is to go nhoad. If you would really Hko to get acquainted with your roal bo got a $1.00 box of Heolo today. Ask arty of tho clorka at Goo. Frator'o Drug Storo or Job. II, Stono's Drug Storo. 1 I " ' I. &en Turpin as Rodney St.Claii and PhulUs Haver as a true wife in Mack Sennebfcs r Married Life" Big Combination Sale Will be held on the Falrview Dairy Farm, two miles west of North Platto, on Wednesday, March 9th, Commencing -it 1 o'clock sharp, we will sell tho following, property, to-wlc: 26 Head ti Horses and Mules Consisting of 12 mules from 3 to 4 years old, most of them broke; one toam of black mares, .well matched, coming 7 years old, weight Ii7Q0: ono team of mares, coming S years old; one team mares, black and bay, weight 2300; six head of horses ranging from 5 to 10'ycar's pld; two, polts coming 2 years old. ' i Ik 29 Head of Cattle Consisting of 12 good milk cows, somo fresh and the others will be fresh soon. 4 heifers will bo fresh by the first of April, 3 steers, 4 calves and tho rest are stock cattle. , 5 HEAD OF HOGS Farm Machinery, Etc. t wagons, truck, 2 listers, 5 cultivators, 0 hay mowers, 2 discs, two row, harrow, 2 hay rakes, 3 plows, buggy, hayrack, baling rack, 3 sweeps, 2 stackers, now beet puller, 3 grindstones, 7-foot Deering binder,, 14-foot runner drill, feed grinder and Ford attachment, 200 rods of hog wire, 7 sets of harness, saddlo,.Ford car, Oakland Six car. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Piano, couch, bookcase, 2 heating stoves, table, rofrigorator, oil stove, 2 cupboards, bed, cream sepnrator. 3 In cubators. Other things too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE All sums of $20 and under cash, on sums over $20, C months tlmo will be given on bankable paper bearing 10 por cent interest from date of sale. FREE LUNCH AT NOON COL. H. 31. JOHANSEN, Auctioneer. F. C. PIELSTICKER, Clerk. MACK SENNETT'S Five Reels ol M fIRTHFUL ASTER-PIECE ATRIMONIAL 'IX-UPS MARRIED LIFE OF Also Clyde Cook in "Dop't Tickle" W. T. JUDY & SONS. 1st Pure Bred Stock Sale of 1921 KEARNEY, NEBR. March 8 and 9. At our sale barn and pavilion just outside of east city limits, near Burlington Tracks, consisting of PERCHERON, BELGIAN, FRENCH DRAFT AND SHIRE STALLIONS 10 Perchoron French Dratt and ClydesdaloMaros. 10 head Grade Horses 70 DUROC JERSEY AND POLAND CHINA SOWS AND GILTS Irred to Our Excellent Herd Boars; Somo Cholco Sjows and Gilts Among Those. A Good Lot of 25 POLLED SHORT HORN BULLS May Offer a Few Heifers. Those heifers aro bred to our "Shavor Creek Lord Jr." Champion Iowa Stato Fair 1915 and Stillwater Marshall, tho slro of tho $3,600 calf, Snowball. A Good Useful Lot. Horses and Cnttlo Sell tho 8th. Sows the 9 th. This stock Is In oxcollent breeding condition and they should prove profitable to tho purchasor. Do not fall to attend this sale. Como oarly uo It Is a largo sale and wo should start sharp at 12:30. Free lunch at early noon, so be Buro and get horo on time to bo with us. Como to tho Salo and hear tho great Bpeech on tho prosont and future of tho horse. SEND FOR CATALOGUE TO W. T. JUDY. W. T. Judy & Sons. HUGH McOUIRE and JOE SHAVER, Auctioneers.