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NORTH. PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY THIBUNE
4 ' iLOCAL AND RKItSONAL i Mlna Brostel loft Wednesday for nil eastern trip. Keith NovtlJe has returned from n fihort business trip to Chicago. - , Onion sets and gardon socds nt Mc Oovorn & Stack. Phono. 80-81. Freo delivery. Airs. J. E Uuesiiovcnt to .Lexington WednoMilay to nttind the "wedding of her nleco v Mrs. Jami3 Dodd of Gothenburg, was the Guest of her daughter Mrs. L. It. Soulcs this week. Mr Weekly, cf (iothenburg, camo Wednesday In with Mrs. L. P. Soulcs for a few days. N. E. Buckley rotun k- from Omahn yesterday whco l.o has been visiting his wife who Is taking treatments In that city. AuaMn Jicdell, vho was operated on at the Mayo Bros, hospital tho first ol the week, s repritcd to bo getting a Icng nicely. The County Commissioners and Surveyor left Wednesday for a trip north of Sutherland ' to tho county lino to locato n now road. Mrs. Tat McGraw Wednesday ac companied her sister, Mrs. Itlchard sonr to Kochcster, Minnesota, whero alio will enter the Mayo Bros, hos pital. SAY IT WITH FLOWERS North Platto Floral Co. Flowers. W. Twelfth Street Phono 1023 Wo deliver and Bhlp anywhere A number of friends of Miss. Sarah Kluater tendered her a surprise party Wednesday evening at tho David Matches home. Games woro played af ter which refreshments were served. Tho Cody Campflro ' group met at tho homo of Hazel Purdy Wednesday evening and besides tinnsacting sotno business matters the ylrls worked on their ceremonial goais. A light lunch was served. The Court of Houor of tho Local Council of tho Boy Scouts gavo- ex aminations to a large class of tender foot scouts this week and passed a bout 150 to tho Second Class. They will haw undertake to qualify for First Class Scouts. Tho Campfire Guird'ans aro re quested to see that Mrs. Crosby has a list of all local honors earned by tho girls of their o.spectivo groups, bc foro Saturday evening, togother with any ranks that aro to bo given. The Maintenanco ct Way Depart ment of tho Union Pacific at this ter irlnal has received word that those employe 1 lu that department aro to Havo a nix my week from now on in stead of a five day week which has been tho rule for some timo. W. R. Malonqy Company has a unique exhibit in the window of the hardware department. It consists of various machines and supplies for poultry raisers, including a Buckeye incubator at work and a brooder with llttlo-chlckens ranning-ftreund-ltv .Over 3000 of tho large firms of tho country have standardized op Dodge cars and havo "Meets of from 3 cars up to the ileet of 800 owned by the General Cigar Cos Extreme merit got this business, and will eventually get your business if'you have need for a good car.' J.. V. Romlgh, Dealer. Tho report'of Miss Lorotta Murphy, City Librarian for the montlj-of. Feb ruary shows 15G new borrowers havo taken out cards. Tho total circula tion, of books was 375G. Of these 180S were adult and 1948 wero juvqnile. Tills does not include tlie- books which woro taken out and used in the" read ing room for research work. HOW.3IUC1I JIAS THK COST OF iiivns'o 'iTkcheasku SINCE v THIS TIME LAST l'EAKl Yosterday wo asked Ed. Gamblo of Gamblo with Springer to glvo us fig ures as to the selling price of somo of the common articles of food on March first or thereabout In 1920 and tho prico on tho same articles on March first 1921. Ho looked through his old sales slips and Invoices and tho fol lowing is from his report: 1920 1921 Sugar, per lb ... 15 10 Flour, ppr 48 lbs 3.40 2.40 Potatoes, per bushel 5.75 1.25 Cabbage, per lb. 15 04 Dry beans, por lb. 12 8 Hlce, per pound 18 09 Bread, ,per loaf 15 12 Milk,, per quart 13 12 Eggs, por dozen 55 28 Creamery butter 68 53 Lemons, per dozen 45 30 Oranges, por dozen 75 GO Lard, per pound 35 17 Beef steak, por pound 35 30 Roast beef, -per pound 30 20 Coffee, por pound 50 38 Honey, per pound - 35 25 Bananas, nor pound 15 12 Syrup, por gallon", white v1.10 90 Oat Meal, per packago 38 33 LAST CAGE GAME OF SEASON 1IIUXGS YICTOItl' FOIl jfOHTIl PLATTE HIGH SCHOOL1 ' 1 Last evening tbe local quintet met the Gothenburg basket tossers In ono of the fastest games of tho season. The final scoro was 37 to 20 In favor of North Platte. The Cadet band fur nished music and tho Juniors sold candy. Tho team is in readiness for tho tournament which will bo held in Lincoln next week. Tho boys will leave Monday for that city. : :o: : Mrs. T. K. Nowmoyor le,ft his morn ing for Sutherland to visit for a tow days before leaving for Texas whero the Nowmeyors will mako their future home. 0 Mrs. James Hart left Wednesday for Rockford, 111., where sho was call ed by tho death of hor nelco Mrs. Jul ian Weslow. Mrs. Wcslow will bo re membered by North Platto friends as Miss Julfn Hayes who vlsltod hero two years ago and made many friends. She died at San Antonio, Texas and tho body will bo accompanied by Mrs. Hart from Chicago to Rockford where interment will be made. Mr. Barrlball. Scout Executive of the Local Council of ti t Boy Scouts,, tells us of a prominent, business man who recently described enthusiastic ally tho wonderful success ho had re cently luil with, a certain Boy's Club in which he was interested. Ho ex plained that Ms problem of interest and attendance was solved by nienni ot boxing wTrr.UI'i? and 4 "big feed" at every mont.tlv meolln?. A scout master replied "Llvo Mock will come to a feed; scouting has no problem of interest and attendance when the of ficials are trained.' Petitions were.drculato(Lyo3terday and filed with City Cleric lsuier tins morning asking for' tho n6mi- nafion of M. 1 5, lidsoy, and Wm. J. Ilendy as members 'f the Board of Education. T vo mcn.bers aro to bo fiOlect'e.dat the regular city election XprillSlhii' Thofao. whoLo terms expiro at tnat timu ar ikk iiioer ana j. anderhoof. M.r. Elder lias served for a Jong timo ai.d aeKs his friends to let' him off now, Mr. vandorhoof has served two lor na and on account of his health it is understood ho would not accept ai.other term. Both of thoso men lnne maue good records And the thanks o ,tho community piould bo oxlttidnd to them for their services. Save Money by Raising Your Own Eggs and Chickens By the aid of the Buckeye Incubator & Brooder Good hatches are assured, os this machine is guaranteed to hatch every fertile egg. The fresh air in the Buckeye brooder makes the chicks grow. Portable and can be satisfactorily operated anywhere. W. R. Maloney Co. i!!i!ii!fiHi!!ifiiiili PUBLIC SALE! jflgppfr ED. KIERIG qQpMfi EE I will sell at my place 9 miles northwest of North Platte, known as the Seibolt farm, on , TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1921, " . The following described property consisting of 27 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES Span of geldings G years old, weight 2700, span mares 5 years old, weight 2200, span brown mares 4 and 5 years old, weight 2000, span of greys, mare and gelding, 3 years old weight 2000, span sorrel mares 3 years old weight 1900, sorrel mare 5 years old weight 1200, bay gelding 4 years old weight 1000, bay gelding 3 years old weight 1000, roan saddle mare smooth mouth weight 950, three 3 year old colts, yearling colt, span of mules coming 3 and 4 years old weight 2000, span of mules 3 years old weight 1800, span of mules 3 years old weight 1800, span of mules 2 and 3 years old weight 1700, 2-year-old mule. 32 HEAD OF CATTLE Ten head of good milch cows, some fresh, others fresh soon, 3 to 7 years old; four red heifers coining 3 years old fresh soon; three red steers coming 3 years old; 15 head of yearling calves. r Hi Hi Hi ifi yps Hi Hi i DUIIOC SHOATS tt, DOZEN CHICKENS ONE DOZEN GUINEAS FARM MACHINERY, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Two real good wagons 3i,i inch tires, good gear and rack, spring wagon, Nisco manure tipreador practically new, 7-ft. Deering Binder, three G-ft Djering mowers, 8-ft. Standard mower, two 12-ft. rakes both .new last spring, two Champion hay sweeps pUBh stacker, P and O wide tread lister, Emerson G-shovol cultivator, disc cultivator, John Deere two-row, double shovel cultivator, Good Enough 14-inch riding plow, lG-Inch Viding plow, disc,'3-sectlon har row, two walking plows, breaking plow, steering plow, anvil and drill, four 50-gallon steel barrels, two 25-gallon steel barrels, six sets of Concord work harness, two sets of buggy harness, two saddles, DcLaval cream separator size No. 15, Titan tractor 10-20'h. p., Case baler 9-ft. steel tank, grind stone, 75 bushels of corn, 15-gallon churn, 15-gallon steel kettle, Garland heating stove and other things too numerous to mention. SALE COMMENCES AT J 2:30 FREE LUNCH AT NOON. TERMS OF SALE All sums of $20 and under cash, on sums over $20, G months time will be given on bankable pa per bearing 10 per cent interest from date of sale. S. SAM WORKMAN, ADMINISTRATOR. It. C. LANGEOItD, Clerk. HI), KIEHIG, Auctioneer. SffiHiHiffiHiHiHiH The Post Office forco Is having an interesting timo this week preparing for the annual case examination on Nebraska to routes. Every clerk must pass this examination with a speed of not less than soven cards a minute and at least 95 accurate. Tho ap panitus consists of a caso with about eighty compartments. Each is named as a mall routo In Nebraska. Over 1000 cards aro furnished oacl? bearing tho name of a post office In Nebraska on ono sldo and on tho other tho name f tho County nnd tho routo. Tho job is to distribute thoso cards which rep resent letters, quickly and arairato ly. Tho examiner will bo hero tomor row or Monday. ::o:i Dr. L. J. KKAUSE, I)otlsl. Mc- Donnld Hank Building. Rooms 2 & S. rhono 07. 42tf How Women Can Use Our Bank CHECKING ACCOUNTS ior housewives, businesswomen, and professional women. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS for the farmer's wife who sells produce, lor the mother who wants an educational fund for the kid dies, for girls on salaries saving for a trousseau. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES for those who have deeds, heirlooms or important papers for safekeeping. We count it a privilege to be of service to our women customers make this bank your bank. The Platte Valley State Bank NORTH PLATTE, NEB. Anuabello Uanta loft for Iowa this morning where sho will attend school. Hales Spain, of Lincoln, visited Er nest Rlnckor yesterday onrouto west. Thoro will bo a dauco this evening In tho K. O. Hall. Music will bofur nlshed by Van Doran'sf Novelty Orchestra. Health After Chronic Indigestion When a dlseaso persists for a groat r length of timo it becomes what 1h known as chrohla Mnny porsoris" havo chronic Indigestion without ap parently being, unhealthy. Thoy havqj to bo constantly watchful of what thoyr eat, and somo things thoy liko must bo avoided entiroly, Whon a dlsoaso becomes chronic it.lfw a certain Indication that tho can so is) doep-Boatcd, that It lies In Boino struc3.r tural dofoct of tho body which can on ly bo righted by chiropractic splnalr mmtiiTimllriuiiiiTtTmiuiTuii adjustments, When tho spinal Joints at "stomach placo" aro out of align ment and aro pressing upon tho spinal nervo opening, (hero is stomach wcak noss, either chronic or cortaln to bc corno chronic, unless tho structural defect is corrcccd by adjustments. This Is tho sorvlqo tho chiropractor of skill rondors. ( ACT TODAY Dolay postpones loalth. Consultation Is wjtho'ut chargo or. obligation. Drs. States & States, The L S. C. Chiropractors. Uulldlng nnd Loan Building North IMntte Nebraska. CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS-. DISEASES ATHE FOLLOWING 5pinal HEAD EVES . CAR NOSE THROAT ARMS HEART LUNG3 LIVER 3T0MACH . PANCREAS SPLEEN " KIDNEYS DOWELS APPENDIX (BLADDER LOWER. ColiMjt LIMBS LOWER PINCHED NERVES, IMPOSSIBLE TO FURNISH PROPER IMPULSES (LIFE AND HEALTH) 1 0TI1EIK ORGANS AND TI5SUE5 arnnTirmtr,iTnri,r.- J!