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THIS NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
WILSON TOUT. Editor ami Publisher. Entored nt the North Platte, Nebraska Postofflco H8 Second Class Matter. St'JtSCliU'TION PJUCK: One Yenr, In advance $2.00 TMJSDAV, SKPTH.MHIJK (llli, 11)21. K1HTOKTAJ The v hole country linn rung wlih a now slogan thin ynr. Bnslnoss fine1 Commercial publications liavo rs poat(Jly unnouncttd that "1921 will Howard tlio Kightor." No longer does the nvorago huslnoiw piospor by lot ting well onoiif.il nloiiM. Tlio mouey stringency lias ruuc, pcoplo to look for bargains. Thoy siop around nnro than tlioy liave done for several years. They are looking for scores UfUt..1. 1. ...... J I . t wiiiuh iihvu iu.kuim-.i war piitOB " Whon thev find thorn Hirv buv Thimit ,,f. . .. . .. Blow ol mono in iofin j'mciv aim Lincoln County, but It Is not boIng spont freely. Ilinikt vro lOvuvtlsing tho advantage, ff r,v nip and t.hor re mooting with success. Hmincsj houses ni'(- n.lvi'rtii '.hk spucial Inr gains nnd thoy aro selling goods Governments .no tuning expenses anfl tax payors aro approving. Econo my In expenditures with saving of sur pluses will result In an early return to healthy financial conditions. . Tho now sower system Is bolng worked out as rapldlv as posBlblo with tho JJoa of getting It In shapo hoforo (told vottthor stopj 'instruction work. Untfor the plan adop-ed a main lino is to run oust nnd west on tho north Id6, AVork on this Is bolng pushed Vapidly. The outlet Inio tho river is jiit north of tho Un'on Pacific rall tofrjl brldse. A force of mon Is at work there;-rbo tin in on tho ground nnd actun' laying of f.owor pipe iu nl hankl. Thii outlet will .drain the utca north of the t-ad. nnd relievo tho strain on the older line which mini oast Jvlonn tho Iiliiroii. Highway. In another column wo havo gone in to detail rognrdlng tho prizes that aro bolng offered to tho womon by tho County Fnir managers. Wo hnvo done this because wo realize that thoro aro many homos In Lincoln County whoro tho women nro dally showing first prlzo cooking ani sowing. Only tho mombora of tho fnmlly nnd intlmato friends know about it. In thoso snmo homos tho womon nro needing money to purchase articles which thoy Ido not think thoy can afford to buy out or tho regular housohold funds. Tho prize money will be given out to someone. Why should not thcBc women enter 'some of their prallucts and try for the prizes. It will mako a bettor fair If f)00 women try for prizes thnn It 100 untor the race. There aro so many olassos and so many articles under j each chum that you can hardly fall to get some of tho money unl you will i have earnwl It. Wlfy not? I Wo had tho privilege of hearing j "Gonornl" Scott of Scott's Modern! Caravan rocontly when the caravan U'lni'l in North Platte. Ho is Ro- tarlai) an,-, he spoke to the Rotary Club. Ho was born nnd ralBed In tho wost but spoilt 20 years in Brooklyn, "I know tho Wost. I have come out of tho. East and I never want to go back there." Ho wan loading 20 faml lies Into tho West,, each family own ing ltn own car, oeeh having $125 an ; aero for tho wator right on 40 ncrou ! of Irrlgatud land and each having had at least ilvo thousand dollars In casu , when It started on the trip. Wo were very muc.li impressed with the Oon-' Aral's earnestness ail his devotion to1 bin idoal. i : :o: : . Tht). small son of Leo Marr Ih ill at! his homo. Mr. Harper. 215 Went Second St.. I Is mifforlng the losw of a middle tlngj r ' sultalnod while llxlng his car at his DO YOU LODGE, CHURCH AND SOCIETY C0.MINU MEETINGS IN THE VARIOUS OJUMKIZATIONH OF Tin: CITV. Regular mooting of the Hurry IS. Urown Camp No. 11, U. S. W. V. 8 p. m Wodnosday Soptombor 7th 1921, Plro mart's Hall. A full attendance dosired. ATTKNTION YEOMAN Regular bUBlnoas mooting and election of officer? Thursday ovenlnc September 8 at K. C. Hall. Wo ulrio wl.h to p an : tlio winter festlviti Tho M. E. Aid Society will meet IMll.xu.l.... nrtr.t.nnr... l.n D!...-..!. 'Zm ,n,ni HfimniiHsnn f!nv Hlilnn An.ltii ,......., . , unsuiru. a koou uuorumnco is jd0slred. BRADFORD DIVISION O. I. A. to D. L. E. will havo Initia tion Friday at 2:30 p. in. All officers taking part In tho work ploasc be , ... ... jiiuouiiu vuuuiiiliuu win nui vu iu froshironts. Prosbytorlan Aid Society will on tcrtaln nil toacliors of tho olty schools and hoarl! of directors nt a reception at 1 lie church, Thursday evonlng at S o clock. All members' of tho Presby terian congregation aro corjdlally In vited. Tho University Club hold a plcn'c yesterday nt tho Experimental Sub station in honor of tho students who will attend tho stato university this year. Tho picnickers gathorod at the Central High School nnd left for tho farm shortly aftor fivo o'clock. A klbllclous picnic lunch wns spread. 20th CENTURY CLUB "Will hold thoir annual Good-Fellowship Banquet this evening at 7 o'clock in tho basomont of tho Episco pal church. All ladles Intorestc)l In club' work aro urgejl to como and an opportunity to Join for tho year 1921 22 will bo given. Tickets for tho ban quet nro ono dollar each and may bo secured from Mrs. A. L. Lane. LAROR DAY FESTIVITIES COiNTIX IT, FROM EARLY MORNING THROUGHOUT DAY. Shortly after .'0.p0 yostordny morn lug the Central Liukm Union rep fi irnMnp tlio arlotM labor organve tionn paraded the r. au. streets hea l od by the Cham her of Commorce Bund Following tho parn)lo races and stunts filled tho tlmo at tho City Park until n00n. Aftohnoon until 3:45. whon the hall gamo was callojl, was spent In Hports consisting of tug of war. races , hoxing. otc. ' At 3:4G tho local Amoii-' can Legion Team mot the Grand Is- hind ball club. After tho ball game . n, ici vo Mile Davton Hiindlcai) bl- cycle race was run. At 8:30 In tho Lloyd Opora House tho boxing bouts nnd preliminaries WOro stag. Thoro wore two dances, one nt tho K. C. hall with music fur- nlshcd by tho Imporial Fivo and one at Lamplaugh's Lake with music by Beck's Orchestra. ' . LOCAL LEGIONERS WON FINAL . GAME OF THE SEASON FROM GRAND ISLAND YESTERDAY 'I'no North Platte American Legion 1 Tt'il defeated tho Grand Islandt team j yestommy iu to :i in a gamo loauiro-i ' bitting by both teams. It was the last game of the season and a Inrgo crowd attoilcd. ,0 . ATTENTION I. O. O. F. All members nro roquesky to bo prosont nt tho hall at 1:30 to attend tho funeral of our docoased brother Frank Martin. W. II. Clark. M. G. APPROVE OF THIS "FREE SPEECH"? DOWN WITH TVUS ROTTEN REPUBLIC ! , ARISE ! OESTfOY ! '( NATUKK STUDY IN OUR CITV PARKS THE MONARCH BUTTERFLY This is tlio common big reddish brown buttorlly the volns of whoso wings are marked with black. It is found In all the parks nnd is the com monest of our larger buttorfllos. It lays its eggs on the various fortns of milkweed plants and whon the egg hatch the tiny worm-like larvao hogin to teed on the mllkwetjl foliage. When about two inclios in length this lar vae aooks some sheltered place and spinning a small patch of silk hangs bond downward nul gradually changes Into tho groen pupa which is ornamented with gilt spots. In a fow weeks this pupa splits its skin along the back and tho full-grown butterfly omergos. It foods by moans of a long tube which It keeps collet "1 slc of tho honid. One can catch a Mon- 1 - arch and holding it by tho wings, ..... ..,, ..,. . ,,, place a little swootened water In the palm of tho othor hand. Thon stick 1 the honjl of tho buttorby Into tho I swootonod wator far enough for It to rgot a tasto. Tho Insect will unroll its I lirnlinapla aflnlr If Itltn 1 rr nnrl . . ... ,, . ,, ,, T. . ., suck up the swoot liquid. It is then unnecessary for one to hold him as he Is too busy with the feeding to leav : :o: i LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Lois Nylos went to Koftinoy Saturday. "Wo aro picking tomntbes now. North riatte Floral Co. Mr. and Mrs. Homer, Rector left Saturday for Lincoln to visit. Rugs dusted, cleaned or sized. Phonos 1039W or CG1W. - . The small son .of Tom Acre of Wallace had Ills tonsils removed Sat urday. Tho small son of Geo. Myers had lite tonsils removodi nt the Platte Valley hospital Saturday. Miss Allcon Qulnn Is tho guest of lior grandmother In Choyenne this week. F. A. Oleson returned to Lincoln Friday aftor spending a week at tlio D. A. Russell home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGrath of Graiy Island are transacting business In tho city. Dr. F. J. Wurtolle and family will occupy tho T. C. Patterson homo on west Fourth street. Mr. Scales of Wyoming is a guest of Dr. O. R. Piatt this week, i Mrs. A B. Main of Br;ly returned to her homo yestorday after visiting hor sister Mrs. Patrick McIIugh. Mrs. O. N. Sholtoy returned to hor homo in Brady yesterday sifter visit ing nt tlio L. M. Cochran homo. Mrs. Jesse Campboll returnoj. to hor I'Diim In Ognllnla yestorday aftor transacting business in the city. Mrs. W. M. Bolan returned to her bomo iu Elm Creek yosteifluy after visiting at the Tlios. Bolan homo. Mrs. B. .1. Clark wont to Maxwell 'lystorI.v ,H sP"d the week with friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Glines and! dnugh- tor loft yestorday for Denver. Worlell Calllson returned yesterday from Snlt Lake City whore ho spent a two weeks vacation from duties nt the w. J. o Conor store Mrs. H. A. Fonda left yesterlduy for Omaha whero she will meet hor daughter Mrs. D. II. Tarklngton of Hot Springs, Ark. Thoy are expected l 1 tho city Wednesday. C. M. Nowton and son Donald loft yostorday for Wyoming whoro Mr iNowion win visit ms son naipn. uon ald will go to Eatos Park to attend the convention of tho Botn FVntornlty of which ho is a mcmbor. Mrs. Howur Yost and daughter left the hospital this morning for their home. Mrs. Cecil Trent was able to leave tho General hospital this morning af tor an operation NATIONAL GOSSIP HITS OK NEWS CONCEKNIMJ Ol'R NATIONAL government A XI) ITS AFFAIRS According to a,consus bulletin there wore 1.894,100 acros planted In to- imcco In 1920, while the production from that crop amountcjl to 1,508,0(31- 000 pounds. Thoro wore imported during tlio your loaf tobacco and to bacco products to tho value of $98,- 502,000. while tho exports of loaf to bacco woro valued at approximately $245,000,000, and of tobneco product at $43,000,000. The combined produc tion o cigars in registered factories and In bonded manufacturing ware houses numbered 8,720,751,00 nrl of clgarottes, 01,859,900,000. and -of chowing and smokSng tobacco and snuff, 413,891,000 pounds. Thoro were 15,834,000,000 clgarcttos oxportel during tlio year, leaving forty-six bil lion factory in aide clgarottos for con sumption In tho Unite) 1 States, ltev onuo collected during tho year a- mountod to $291,000,000. J Tho Geoltlgieal Survey, Department of the interior, has published Its pre liminary summary of Mineral Re sources for tho calendar yeaj1, 1920, which records for that yoar as the value of tho mineral products of tho country tho astounding total of $fi,- 07,000,000. This value Is twenty per cent greater than that of tho former record year, 191S, and 45 per cent greater than that of 1919. The House has passed the Graham bill to. Impose a tax of 90 per cent on all gooVte sold by tho War Depart ment nbroad after tho war and now bolng re-Imported to this country. Tho measure is pending in tho Senate. Tho Government of Franco bought our goojls at knock-down prices and now seeks to re-shlp them to this country and do a little profiteering on them. : :o: :- FRANK MARTIN. The funprnl of tho late Frank Mar tin will be held from tho Lutheran church, Wqlnesdny afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock. Frank Martin was born in Illinois March 5, 185S, and camo to North Platto 33 years ago. By occupation ho was a house-mover and mason, and many of the older buildings aro part ly his work. In 1903 he was unitl In marriage to Mrs. Daisy Hall, who with his two brothers and sisters survive him. Tho servlco at tho grave will bo iu charge of tho Olid Follows lodge. : :o: : Why do you carry insurance? To insuro against a financial loss in case, your property was destroyed by fire. Do you feel that because you did not havo a fire during tho year, that you had thrown away tho money you paid for Insurance? No, you had tho pro tection. Is It not just as much a financial loss if you are laid up by accident, anjl your lncomo or business effoctddl? Is it not just as sood business reasoning to buy accident insuranco as flro? Lot's talk it over. C. F. Temple. Tho Trav elers Man. REDUCED FARES TO OMAHA AND RETURN VIA UNION PACIFIC. Tickets at faro and one-half for tho round trip on salo Sep tember 14th to 21st inclusive for Ak-Shr-Bon; return limit livo Idays from dato of sale. A0: tho Union Paolflc Agont. Bridge Teeth A bridge tooth or teeth prop erly anchored and well mndo Ih tho nearest to your natural tooth in appoaranco and useful ness of any substitute posslblo to construct. Tho continual ab senco of ono or more teeth iu tho mouth impairs tho useful ness of thoso loft. Lot us ex plain to you personally. You shoulU have 32 natural tooth. Lot us supply as host vo can tho nbsont ones that thev may assist fn tho work oxpect od. jg. Examination and Consultation freo. DR. F. W. MILLER Keith Thoatro Building. Phono 391W. LOCAL AND I'KRSON'AL Miss Myrtle Kunsman of Surprise, Nabr., shopped In the city Saturday Maurice Williams spent tlio week ond lit Grand Island with his parents Clinton & Son, Graduate Opticians. Trv us for servlco. Thos. Hartwlg of Ogallala transact ed businoss In tho city Saturday, homo. Mr. and Mrs. Allwrt MuMbon ol Ognllnla celebrated Ford Jubilee Dny in tlio city. John Edwards, Jr., under wont minor operation at tho Platto Valley hospital Saturday. Miss GhHys Hanson of Council Bluffs arrived Sunday to visit Miss Hazel Lewis. Rugs dusted, cleaned or sized. P' ones 1039W or GG1W. Miss Ruth McFaddon loft Satur UJay for Lincoln aftor visiting at tho homo of her brother E. E. McFaddon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernost Gos of Kear noy came Friday to attend the funeral of the late Sebastian Schwaiger. Rnymotitf Ogier and Robert Stole of Scotts Bluff loft Saturday for Lincoln whero they attend the State Univers ity. Mrs. Fred Lnthrop, of Chicago, who had been visiting hor sister Mrs. W J. Stuart for six weeks, left for her home Saturday. Mr. amdi Mrs. J. V. Romigh left by auto Friday for Omaha to visit thoir son. who is taking treatment in that city. Mrs. R. a Langford returned the latter part of last week from Lincoln whero sho had accompanied her mother, Mrs. M. E. Watts. Mrs. K. A. Trossewrlter returned to her home in Ilastinga Saturday after visiting at the homo of her daughter; Mrs. Dick Dortoy and husband. Mrs. Win, Stack returned Sundtj from Lincoln whero sho visitcU rela tives. Sho was accompanied home by :Mrs. O'Nell and two children Miss Loreno Harvey returned! to hor homo in Choyenne Saturday aftor vis iting at the home of her cousin Miss Pearl McConnoll for two ,weoks. A full stock of Western Field shot gun shells always on hand at Tho Sil ver Front Cigar Store. All hunters know the qunllty of Tho Western and "Chris" always makes tho price right. Henry Schuff,, of Grand Island, spent Saturday in town visiting with friends and transacting business rel ative to tho farm which ho owns wost of tho city. Clarence McCabo returnc)l homo Sunday for a ten-day visit prior to ro-entoring tho Notre Damo Univers ity. Ho spent his vacation in Omaha as a reporter on tho World-Herald. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Davis returned tho latter part of last week from a year's visit In Illinois. Wisconsin and othor eastern states. Miss Marguerite Ivolker, who had been visiting 'nt the homo of her uncle anil aunt Mr. and Mrs. Chus. Weir left Saturday for hor homo In Pueblo. :o: APPLES FOR SALE. I havo for sale a fair quality of ap ples which I will sell for $2.00 a bushel at the orchard. Also swcot cjler at 00c n gallon. Sunday money Is good. Roy Spurrier. Elmwoo.l Farm. When You Stoop out of allgnmont, the result is a weakness and disease Tho chiropractor by his skill is able to detect what bones of your spinal column aro mechanically mal-posl-t!onoi or out of alignment Restor ing tho alignment by adjustments ro storos tho normal Bplnal norvo freo dom and health follows as a mattor of course. Chiropractic spinal adjustments free spinal norvos by restoring normal norvo openings and by t ii simple process chiropractors overyw ' ro are corroctlng diseases of tho eye , oars, noso, throat, lungs, hoart, stomach, llvor, ljldjioys, bowols and genital or gans. WHEN HEALTH BEGINS depends on whon you tolophono No. 70 for an appointment. Consultation lb without charge. Drs. States & States, The I S. C. Chiropractors. Building and Loan Building North Platte Nobrusku. Want Ads For Sale Tomatoos, $1.50 per bush el. L. I. Tucker. Phono C98J. Wn nt cd Clean rags at Tribune Office. Wauled Competent girl for gen eral h ir.Hcwork. Phono 132. For Rent 2 light housekeeping looms. 310 Wost 8th. Wanted A. girl for general houso work. Apply nt 703 W. 3rd. For Sale Brussels carpet and din ing room set. Phono 229W. For Hunt Two-room house, in quire' after G p. m., 410 E; Sixth. For Sale You cun got Gregg mel ons in town or nt farm. Mauled llorsos to trado for cars. J. A. Banta. 015 Pino St. Phono 157J. For Rent Largo front room. Fur nished or unfurnlshrfl. 410 E. 6th. Wnnlod To mako automobllo tops to order. Soo J. A. BanUi 015 Pino St. Phono 175J. For Sale or Trjidc G43 acres ot land in Arthur County. Mrs. M. E. Shook, Lowellon, Nebr. For Rciiir 3 unfurnished rooms on West Fourth. 2 blocks from court house. Phono 118. For Snlo One soft coal and one hard coal stove, good as new, A. O, Kockon, 220 West Gth St. Wnnlod To trade GOO acres of land' well improved for North Platte pro perty. See .L. A. Banta. 615 Pine St. Phono 175J1 For Salo Two-thirds share of 80 acres of good corn In tho field and 25 acres of oats; also cattle, horses, hogs and machinery. C. John Broso, phono 793F4. For Salt Equity in two choice lots In North Platte. Write for description then mako offor. Good used car ac ceptojJ; as part payment. Wood Tiro &. Rubber, 1622 Cuming, Omaha, Nebr. . Miss IJda Ottonsteln returned yester day from California whero she spent tho summer months. She will re sumo her classes in music. K'ayiiee Hlvuecs nnd Shirts for the lx.y at Vilctx'B. Mr.4 A K i -.imrr.Jngs entertii .ic-n the Travel and Study Club last even ing. It was the first meeting of tho year. Tho year books were distribut ed an)d tho work for the year planned and discussed. A piano solo by Dor othy Cummlngs was much enjoyed nndj an article "How I Found Ameri ca" wns read by Mrs. H. C. Brock. Tho hostess served delicious refresh ments. ::o: NOTICE This is to certify that the total in debtedness of The North Platto Air Terminal Company is $2,181.74. Dated this 2Gth day of August, 1921. J. E. SEBASTIAN. President. L C. CARROLL, JOHN B. EDWARDS, j JOHN J. HALLIGAN, i Directors. and Touch the Toes When you stoop over nnd reach down to tho floor with your hands you movo ovory joint of your spine. It has twenty-four movable parts, and tho spinal norves omit at an opening be tween these moveable bones. If any thing happens to close one of these norvo openings thoro Is paralysis, but If a joint becomes only partially CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS DISEASES THE FOLLOWING V- EARS THROAT TT" ARMS .0 urniiT ,KV LUNG! LIVCR STOMACH PANCREAS SPLEEN KIDHEY5 BOWELS APPf Nmv (bladder LOWER CollttiB LIMBS LOWER PINCHED NERVES, IMPOSSIBLE TO FURNISH PROPER IMPUISFS (LIFE AND HEALTH) 10 rntlR ORGANS A Kin TI?Qlircr fl Spinal - - ' - - ---- ; . .