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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY THlBUNE
Don't Miss the Program at the WiiiM AUTO SHOW Each day, 3 p. m. to 5 and 7. p. m. to 9. 0 Thursday, April 7 Walker's Colored Entertainers With All Their Specialties Friday, April 8th Stamp's Orchestra 8.30 tho American Legion Quartet will Entertain Saturday, April 9 Van's Novelty Orchestra You're getting the best from each of these aggregations. They'll chase the blues right out of you. That will be worth more than the price of admission. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Hug Cleaning. Phono 1039W or CC1W. Stevo Baldwin loft Saturday for Iowa to visit relatives. Mrs. A. C. Berry left Saturday for a visit with friends In Norfolk. Virginia and Ueelor Scott visited In Sutherland ovor tho wcok end. Mrs, Homer Peterson wont to Kim ball Saturday to spend1 tho week end, Hugs and carpets thoroughly cleaned. Phonos 1039W and GGG1W. Mrs. J. T. Aldon and daughter Uolen wont to Kimball Saturday to visit friends. Gcorgo Thayer wont to Denver Sat urday to visit his Blstdr Mrs. W. A. O'Donnoll. W. C. Sholvcp went to Rawlins, yesterday to attend a mooting of tho Shrine at that place, Now Opon HarnosB and Shoo Shop. Dealers in Harness und Saddlcy Goods. 1001 North Locust Street. jyiias Glndys Davis returned to her homo In Scotts Bluff this morning after visiting frlonds In tho city. Miss Hosolla Rosehdahl. cashier at tho Union Pacific Dining room Is off duty this week on account of illness. Tho Biles hold a dancing party Fri day evening at their homo. VanDoran's Novelty orchestra furnished tho music. J. V. Romish reports tho salo of a Dodgo Brothers road n tor to Mrs, C. M. Newton and a touring car to Bert Smith. Mrs. L. C. McGraw roturnod Sunday from Rochester, Minn., where sho un dorwont an operation at tho Mayo Bros. 6Hiltal. T. J. Majors, chalrfnnn of tho Stato Normal Board, visited lu town lust wock and left Saturday for his homo in Porn, Nobr. Mr. and MrB. CImb. HIcIsh and chil dren returned from Shenandoah. Iowa, this morning where thpy vls-i Jtcd rolatlves for two weoks. Coy and Loland Status roturnod to Lincoln Sunday whoro thoy attend tho sUito university, nftor spending tho spring vacation with their parents. See tho Chnndler four passongor Hpeodstor at tho show a car of beau ty, refluomont and wondorfnl perform ance J. V. Homtgh, Dealer. Mrs. Carl Brodbock has accepted a position as cashier at tho Union Pa cific Dining room as cashier during tho absence of Miss Hosolla Ilosen dnJil. Tho Episcopal Guild will hold lta Spring Halo of children's drcssos, rompers, ladles', aprons and fancy work next Thursday In tho church basement. Misses Murjory Hussoll. Qoorglnn McKay and Violet Maddox will ontor tain nt a kitchen shower complimon tary to Miss Luctllo McFurland on Friday ovenlng at tho Maddox homo. M. M. LInder of Broken Bow was ono of tho men who helped put tho Farm Bureau campaign over so suc cessfully hero last week. Our stock of Dodgo Brothers cars Is getting very low. Bettor arrange for your car today. Seo ub at tho show. J. V, Homigh, Dealer. A carload of now furniture has been received at tho local (post offlco for uso of tho mall service horo but not all of it 1b ablo to bo placed In posi tion on account of lack of lloor space. A 'short rally wsa held by tho backors of tho Citizen's ticket Sun day at tho Christian Church. Com plete organization of tho ward com mittees wns tho main business of the mooting. A dochimatory contest will bo hold either Friday or Saturday of tills wcok at tho Auditorium. Tho district con tost is to bo held at Cozad April 18th. Further details will bo announced later In this prfpor. Mrs. ,F. J, "Wurtollo returned from Omaha yestorday whoro sho was call c;d by tho lllnons of hor daughter Bev erly. Beverly was able to resume her school duties nt Brownoll Hall this morning nftor an Illness of sovoral days. Mrs. J. B Rodflold entertained at u miscellaneous shower In hot homo on Friday ovenlng complimentary to Mrs. John Dakar. Jr. Tho ovenlng Was spent in playing cards and a dainty lunch was served. Mrs, Baker was tho recipient of ninny gifts. SAY IT WITH FLOWERS North Platto Flornl Co. Flowers. W. Twelfth Streot. Phono 1023. We dollvcr and ship nnywhore. lllley Warren, who hns been ap pointed chairman of tho arrangement committee for tho May Party of tho B. of L, K. has solectcd his assistants and has already started out to ninko It tho marked success that has char acterized it for ninny yearn. Sunday tho thermometer went up to 84 above Tho highest at San Diego was CO and tho highest at San Francisco was G2. Tho record at Lob Angeles was not given. Omaha was tho hottest placo reported In tho Uni ted States tho thermomotor reaching 8(i during tho day. Tho nionthlyroport of MIbs Lorotta Murphy, City Librarian, Tor March shows tho circulation to havo been 2970 books which was an IncreaBO of about ',100 ovor April. Thero wero a total of 116 now borrowors which mnkes tho total number since tho now registration started 2987. BABY CHICKS 'AND HATCHING EGGS I TTTlim ... jSi Whlto Leghorn, Slnglo-comb Rhode Island Reds, Barrod Rocks and Whlto Wynndottos. Hatching oggs Jl.BO for 15; $8 far 100. Baby chtckB $20, $22.50 and $27.G0 for 100 chicks. Poultry Dopartmont, Experimental Substation, On Sale One Day Only WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6 BOYS' AND GIRLS Triple Knees Triple Heels, Triple Toes, Triple Soles Extra Fine Rib Sizes 6 to 10 IRON CLAD HOSE Sale Price 3 c c PAIR HIRSCHFELD & North Platte's Leading Boys Store WE TEACH YOUR DOLLARS TO HA YE MORE CENTS IMSU iiiiiii IJ ffi f ft i ! i 1 U ! ! J niXlUiUJmnnnP 1m mm b. i' The Latest, Lovliest Shoes of Spring IN WHICH FASHION REIGNS SUPREME, WHILE WE HOLD A TIGHT REIN ON PRICES. Never has the style theme of a season heen so diversified, or developed in so'many individual ways. True style lies in correct fashion, not in "fads." Instead of featuring one "season's nov elty" without discrimination, de- signers have carefully provided correct shoes for each occasion, each costume. The well dressed women chooses her shoes as she does her hats with careful regard for the cos tume they will be worn with, 1 and the use she shall give them. n , Tic ,.r.v;ni ,i Bn ut above The above cut comes in black or Tjs economical to do so, for when shoes are chosen with due regard for the use they will re ceive they always wear much better. brown' kid with Louis heels $7.00 and $7.50 comes in black and :rrr: brown kid, wifh military -rsrr or baby Louis heels rril $7.00 to $8.50 11 I BUY ' BUCK'S SHOES' FORMERLY THE SHOE MARKET AUTO SHOW. Tho plans and arrangements for tho Second Annual Auto Show are being mado. Tho decoration commit tee reports that all plans nre made for decorations and when tho Show Opens, tho Hall will bo pronouncad" by tho Public as the "Garden1, of Beauty." Tho Entertainment Conunlttoo Iuib secured tho sorvlco of three Orchestras, bo from this you can as sume that tho musical part of tho entertainment will bo in full keep ing with tho Auto Shows of larger cities. Also they assure us that a change will bo mado each day of tho entertainment program. This Coni mltteo Is also expecting to ulo tho public many selection' of Vocal Solos. Quartots, etc. ::o:: Frank Efoerly, an old resident of this county, who has been travollng In South America for boiiio time, roturrf ed tills week for a short visit here. Ilo will roturn to Argentina in October and proceed to develop IiIb 90 aero fruit farm. It Is planted In alfalfa now but Ib in the heart of tho fruit district and wns bought Tor that rhirposo. ::oi: AUTO SHOW. Promptly at 1 p. m. Thursday, April 7th. tho doors of tho Auto Show will bo thrown opon to tho public. All tho Cars and decorations will bo in placo for tho Groat Event. IVBAlt OUAKDAD'S HAT Tho man who does not advertise be cause his grandfather did not, ought to wear kneo breeches and queue. Tho man who does not advertlso because it costs money, should quit paying rent fqr tho same reason. The man who does not advertise because ho tried it and failed should throw away his cigar because the light went out. Tho man who does not advertise because ho . doosu't know how to get up tho copy himself, ought to stop eating because ho can't cook. Tho man who doos not advertise ! because somebody said it did not pay, is round, becauso tho ancients said it is round, becuso the ancients said it was Hat. Business Printer. FORSALE. BISHOP STUSTZ TO YISIT SOUTH PLATTE WEDNESDAY AND GIVE LECTUKE Wednesday evening at the Method ist Church, Bishop Stuntz will lecture on tho "'Strategy of tho Centennary" This lecture will be given in connec tion with the Conference of tho Kear ney District of the Methodist Church. It will bo free. Bishop Stuntz pleased largo audiences hero some months ago with his lecture on tho "Problem of tho Far East" and tho announcement that he will lecure here again will be well received by those who heard him before. Eight woll-brcd Jennets bred to full-blood Jack and registered. Will sell for half cash and half time. Also sixteen head of four year old colts, un broken. These will ,make 1000 to 1100 pound horses. Well bred but raised on grass and hay. Write or como and soo. Burt'Hudson, Ringgold, 'Nebr. ::o:: Tho ladies Aid of the Christian Church will meet Thursday afternoon In the church basement. Entertaining conunltteo nro Mosdnmcs Geo. Mang. Olo Rasmussen, R. E. Marshall and Mrs. Redifer. Rugs and carpets thoroughly cleaned- Phones 1039W and GG1W LOT FOR VICTROLA. Lot 10, block 2, in the H. & S ad dition to North Platte, to exchange for victrola, musical Instruments or any personal property that can be token to Missouri. Write mo what you have. Wollman Arthur. Mountain View, Mo. Tho completion of the basement of the federal building and waterproofing of tho new part is being asked for by tho Treasury Department. It is proposed to place a six inch tllo on the outsido with 12 layers of tar felt and pitch inside the tile and then cover this with a three and ono half inch layer of rolnforced concrete. Tho bids will be opened April 20th. ::o:: NOTICE OF PETITION Estate No. 1813 of John PI. Singleton. deceased, in tho County Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska. Tho Stato af Nebraska. To all per sons interested in said Estate take no tice that a petition hns been filed for the probate of an Instrument purport ing to be the last Will and Testament of John II. Singleton, deceased and for tho appointment of Sarah Anna Singleton as Executrix orsaid Estate, which has been set for hearing herein on April 29, 1921, at 10 o'clock a.m . Dated March 31, 1921. WM. II. C. WOODHURST, County Judge. At The SUN, Today and Tomorrow. An Allan Dwan Production " & HEART OF A FOOL" William Allen White's Powerful Epic of American Life A Mighty Picture , Of Men and Women We All Know THRILLS ' LOVE SUSPENSE ALSO NUTT 8c JEFF THE GUMPS . AND UNIVERSAL NEWS. DON'T WAIT! Noah would have been decidedly out o'luck if he had waited to build his ark till it actually began to rain. You will be just as unfortunate if you try to put off the purchase of your Travelers Accident policy till you have your accident. Do it today it dosen't cost much. C. F. TEMPLE, The Travelers Man, Room 10, Brodbeck Building, PhonesOffice 63 Res. 824J.