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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JUNE 11, 1920.
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SOUTH PLATTE WILL
CELEI1UATE THE FOUUTll.
North Plntto has decided to put oa
-a real old fashioned celebration on
1'IONEEU OF LISCOLS COUNT1'
- HIES IN DENVElt TUESDAY.
TLA(5 HAY WILL HE
OHSEHVEO NEXT MOSD AY.
ALLES TELLS EAItMEUS NO
. 1XCHEASE IS NECKSSAKY.
There passed away In Denver Tuos- Next tynday Is Flag Dny, and m-
tihiv nftnrnnnn n nlniiiMir nt' T.lnr.nln ' nrnnrlntt. nvnrcliiM will lin linlil nt Appearing lieforo ..tho meeting of
Saturday the Third of July, in con- county in tno person or uric- p. m. ui the .ui amiitorium CVT S"""" V..n..
ncctlon with tho liiir nuto mem. Thin sson, wno locateu ai i. moi-norson , untior uio auspices oi mo war jmoui- T" '""" ?.:""""
will begin at nine thirty In tho morn- A00 u whh wo-urai. inr.u u, w.Ke vn sou wiy mui o ur uuiriouc buoiu- :";."" ' r , " "T"", , ,r . " 1
lng with a big parade through tho 'P "omesteau in uncoin county, ties i wim Mrs. a uiry isiuor prcsiumg. - ,r"hr7'"'"r' ' "
business RtrPi.tH whloh will bo lm-l r is homestead is now owned by Fred B. 12. Carr will deliver an address on -. 7 ftUV ,"K0IJ to exist, no
ino& a .on. and has prW behalf of tho B. P. 0. Elk., Rev. Mac- JW Qt j ha;
at tho Court House lawn led by ncen inrmou a longer poriou oi con-Kimosn win speaK lor uio American - -1D,tt", ' T,;
Chorus. This will bo;?c" vo .yenra "'in any oinur iract oi Region, mrs. 11. m. unmos iqc uio - ,
NOMINATIONS. 1VILL he .H'AHE
AT CHICAGO TODAY.
Tho platform of tho . republican
party for 1020 was ndopred by tho
i, fnr filnnor Afiori'and In the county. Mr. Ericsson came Daughters of tho Amorican Revolution A,len Bain, no
he hi? auto nCracesAand to Ft. MePhersofrom Nebraska City, and Mrs. W. J. T.ley for the Woman's wJKl
i of the card this will uoM10'0 .h?. n fT aml Pr'or.Kollof Corps. Tho music will be in u fU( 'n
from tiro looks
the fastest contest that has over been
seen in this part of tho country. Tho
inimitable Uhlley will bo on deck with
the old Hudson all dolled upfor tho
occasion and there is a long string of
real sports who have como to town to
beat him to tho money If It can be
After tho races at seven thirty in
tho evening will bo put on a program
of sports for the young folks, thon a
bend concert and at dark the fire
works. For real sports there will be
a wrestling match, to start at ten
Owen Jones, Georgo Garman.
Hershey "Welch 'and 13. "N. Ogicr loft
yesterday for Rat lake where they will
spend several days fishing for bass.
Charley Dixon went to Omaha the
early part of tho week to attend the
convention of state optometrists, of
Wjilch he Is an officer.
Arrow Collars 10 cents. 100 dozen
good stylos. Buy n big supply during
this big sale. EDWAHDS-HEYNOLDS
to that lived In St. Loliis, where ho charge of Mrs. Gllfoylo,
Mr. Allen Bald, however, that con
In tho county
oouallzeii somo bolnr;
too high, other tracts too low.
ml.,.. ........ I .. . l , . ... .1 !
I as a militiaman in tho civil! Following tho exercises- at tho , 'Tii. . i T "'"f"'1'
war. upon arriving at Ft. MoPlierson auditorium members oi tno patriotic ; . " .
ho took a government contract for I societies and others will proceed In tond 'by a 8,ft'? 0 l1 nnmw ot fftr
cutting timber in tho canyons south of iautos to tho city cemetery to witness "ors to almost nil tho seating capac
the fort, later taking tho homestead tho un veiling of tho monument pur- - ' ffii C,"rt ,r0?in" Ko't ! N,ov" 0
and locating thereon. In tho earlier chased by the W. R. C. and which will S,lL'Ctelnl0cba'""a,i.?,l r.v
days Mr. Ericsson wns a prominent bo dedicated to soldiers and sailors ,7' ,wn$ 5, 'Pc"P,?w
i mil c ire. ns. wlin mvn hhrrliI linwnil. Tlio urn- T ...,.... .,
ilguro in business and political circles, who havo passed boond. Tho pro-
. . . 1 . .. , - . .M.l 1M
htwI fnr Knvornl forma nonnnlpil tho trrntumn In Pm.noMInt, U-IM, tl,tu . wiuwuuBo tuuiuy UU(U la
position of county commissioner. He rc.sowlll be as follows: Taps by VnM
luari suiinp, invocation by j'rosulont , '
Mrs. Sftnrord Hartmp.n of tho W. R. l ZIu. ,n
r.. mmm. hv Mr. niMrov. ..... 'itiO lB WflS nOCOSS.Iry In
The biggest comedy hit the stage has
had for years. And i? is sure some
comedy in a picture.
Also two part comedy
"Light Weight Lover."
Monday) and Tuesday.
was a man of strict integrity nml en-
joyod tho confidence of ovory acquain
Mr. Ericsson, who would havo reach
ed his olghty-flfth milostono next
July, retired from active farm work a
number of years ago and sinco tho
doath of his wifo ten years ago had
made his 'homo with his children loca
ted at different points. At tho tlmo
of his death he was mnking his home
with his daughter Mrs. H. P. Votaw in
Denver. Ho Is survived by eight chil
dren. They are Mrs. W. G. Melon of
North Park, Col., Mrs. John Burke of
Denver, Mrs. J. D. Mallon of Denver,
Emil Ericsson of Ontario, Cal., Fred
and Royal of Cottonwood, Mrs. H. P.
Votaw of Denver rfnd Miss Anna Eric
sson, who has been superintendent of
schools at Clayton, N. M.
Tho rfcmalns will arrive in this city
tomorrow, a funeral Bervice will bo
hold, at tho Masonic Temple. Sunday
afternoon and interment mado in
Plainvlew cemetery south of Maxwell.
Are silk shirts unpopular this sea
son Not "with the .fellow who can af
ford them, and now any one can afford
(hem at the prices we will sell them
for during our sale. Ituy silk shirts.
They nro tho coolest and everybody
knows bcy look tho best- EDWARHS
Entertain at iycic.
The Twentieth Century Club enter
tained forty children, Tuesday, after
noon from two o'clock until six-thirty
at a picnic at the DoolltUe grove aB a
rowarlT'foK-dlgglng ttan'dollori's. Tho
chlldren'were'entertaWed with games
and were served a bounteous lunch
topped off with three gallons of Ice
cream. The chlldron voted Mrs. North
a royal entertainer. As the cash prizes
have already boon awarded the Club
has met overy promise in regard to
tho campaign. Mrs. Ralph North as
chairman of tho committee who put the
tho 1010 valu-
Pef b,L,nnnil ' 1 p p " sufflolqiit revenue to conduct tho af-
Ifl nfnL r a U,n 5yA v'un Z fir- f tho county.. W. V. Hoagland
n? hi q w'v ritlf!; n n S rcal 5111 a,tlc,o o valuations and taxa-
of tho U. S. W. V.. docorat on of mon- these, sneakers a gonoral discussion of
ument by Everett. Howard and Elma tlon wl lch ho had proparod. Following
May Crane, reading by Miss Adolo Lo- tho ub ect wna , M lipon motlo
Dioyt benediction by Rev. Mack ntosh. Colonol' Boatt f n w4 nppolt.
nps by Earl Stamp. There wll also ed cdinmUfee ot ono to nvlto Coun-
u uiiuu,- uio uirecuoii oi airn. (y assttssor Allen to present himself
1' raniC HatCll. hntnrn 4hn montlnc Tt ra M.n M.nt
Clolhlng for meii. Clothing for the, Mr AVen lecmr!l1 that no Increase
oung men. Clothing for boys at one. yui was necessary.
fifth to.one.half off during our great "? mouon 11 was uecmreu tno sonso
stock reduction sale. All wo want to J tho mooting that property owners
do In reduce stock. "Buy your clothes of oacllt Proclnct oo-pporato with tho
now mid snvo money. 0r loss Is yonr l,riC,nc,t assessor to tho end that prop
gain. EDWAHDS-HEYNOLDS CO. rty vauos bo placed on tho 1910 basis.
r:ot; uiAjjujuia ui uuuu prccnici.
Hand Concert Tonight. loll a meeting and appoint a commlt-
This evening at eight o'clock tho tee of two to confor with tho assessor
North Platte Band, Earl Stamp dlrec- of their precinct and go over tho valu
tor, will open tho summer concert ations. It Avas further requested by
season under tho nuspices of tho .city tnemeoting tbat the committees of two
at the Court Houso Park. from eacii precinct meet in convention
Following is tho program: nt tho court houso In this city on Tues-
March, Gethsemano Commandory J'jno 15th, at wo q clock in tho
Fulton nttcrnobn to perfoct a county organ-
Overture,-Princess of'lndla King ization to protect ,tho taxpayers In-
Valso Lento, Charmo d'Amour. ,ieresis m any omergency that might
Kendall arise, jum 10 sianu uacK or tno county
Serenata Moxipana, Ml Rosirene, nssessor should tho stato board of
, Barnhouso equalization attempt to boost tho Lln-
Muslcal Comedy Selection, Going , .coin county valuations. Mr. Novlllo's
Up . , HlrschiCnairmansnip win contlnuo until tho
Russian Rag a Go. L. Cobb I Permanent county organization Is of-
fTnternolntincr thn worlil famous Pro- ilecteu
ludo by Rachmaninoff.)
Orlentat 'Intermezzo,- Dardanella
March, Buffalo News, ....jLampo
Tabernnclo. Program., 0
Friduy 2:30 p. m. Blblo Study: ''Tho
Salt of the Earth."
Friday, 7:30 Song service. 8:00
"Christ nn Agitator."
Saturday evening, subject,; ".Atten
dandelion nnmnalcn ovnr nml to whonWot Sunday at 10:30 subject: "Tho Ono
much credit is duo wishes to thank the
ladles who furnished cars for trans
portation of the children.
A two-fisted star In a big smashing
romance of love, struggle and Intrigue.
Three pawns of fate all playing their
own little game.
rcwprca 1 Mrs. Frater State Delegate.
Mrs. Geo. Frater will be one of six
il ' II a thousand delegates to nttend the 15th
11 ilfllfATllilfA ITl SlPAIflQ .biennial convention of the General
held in Des Moines, Iowa, Juno lGth to
23rd. Two million women aro afflll
ated with tho National Federation and
tho Nebraska Federation has ten
Mrs. Frater goes as a state dolegato
to this convention known as the Goldon
Nebraska headquarters will bo at
Hotel Elliot and the Nebraska dolega
tlon will sit together in tho convention.
Mrs. Frater . will loavo Sunday and
stop In Omaha to attend tho luncheon
to be given Tuesday noon at the Black
stone for tho League of Women Voters
MRS. W. E. STARR, JJress Cor,
Fine Plants For Sale.
Cabbage, tomato and sweet potato
plants for 75 cents por 100 postpaid
!ld West Plant Houso, Kearney, Neb
Card of Tlianks.
Words are inadequate to express our
feelings but we want to sincerely
thank our neighbors and friends, tho
Eastern Star, the Union Pacific, freight
houso employees and all of the Mason
1c bodies for their extreme kindness
and beautiful floral offerings during
tho Illness nnd death of Mrs. John G
John G. Mcllvaln.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Roblnsdh
1 Lot GCxl32on W. 8th St.
1 Lot 4x132 In Graccland Addn,
1 Lot 44x132 S. Maple St. '
' Will sell any or all theso lots with
reasonablo paymont down and monthly
payments on balanco. MuBt be sold
soon. Call 2G5J after C p. m.
Saturday and Monday
IR. LOGAN U. S. A.
Seo how.a patriot Bears the traitor's
Ijrand that he mny outwit his enemies.
Comedy Saturday t
A .Tnzzy Janitor"
"Whon Lore is Blind"
.MHS. JIAHTIN JIICKELSEN
DIES AT EUREKA, CAL.
A messago received by E. F. See
herger announced the death 'yosterday
convention In session nt Chicago last morning nt nlno o'clock of Mrs. Mar-
ovenlng and tho convention rccon- .tin Mlckolsen at tho home ot. her
vonod at nlno o'clock this mrjrnlng 'daiightor In Eurokn, Cal.
under ngroomont to uomlnato a prosl-, Tho deceased was well known . In
dentin! candidate bforo II ends Its North Platto lmvlng'nindo her homo
session. Senator Lodge Is phnlrmnn for fifteen years In Horshby, where
of tho convention. Ihor husband was engaged In tho mer
Tho plutfrom, over which u Btrenu- cnntllo buslnoss. Sho had boon in.
ous light was mudo ns to tho plank on loor health for a long tlmo. Mrs.
tho longuo of nations, approves" tho Mlckolsen was a Bplendld woman, .and
right ot farmers to form co-oporntlvo .frionds nt Horshoy and In this city
societies for marketing nnd an amend- wlll very much rogrot her passing
mcnt to tho farm loan net to permit nway.
better financing of tenants who wish ., . i"0' ' ,
to buy farms; the creation of a tax "n" Sul, tmt neM, . wo' "
bflard to simplify income tax procod- , ' ? rL nc L' i" "
X 3"' : ' v,.,b,A'",, ;r edwaiidsRynolds company.
Ireland should havo tho right to dotor-
mlno freedom without outsldo lntor-
foronco; denies tho right to strike i
against tho government but that rights i
of govornmont employes must bo safe
guarded; opposes government owner
ship of railroads' and tho Plumb plan
and ondorsos tho Cummlng-Esch bill;
urges legislation to moro specifically
limit monopllos; favors excluding
Orlontnls and wants a higher moral
and physical tost for Immigrants;
Amorlcans should havo tho right of
freo spooch but aliens not; urgos
govornors to got ratification of woman
suffrngo: condomns lnadoquato pay of
postal-employes; ondorsos fodoral aid
to states fqr vocational nnd agricul
tural training; urges creation of a
woman's bureau and approves equal
pay for equal services ns to men nnd
womon: nppi'ovos rigid lawn against
child labor, r. fixed policy for the ro
clnmntlon of western arid lands; and
a policy to promote homo owning
PeitunlonjOffBe 0rerall8,-thc best
5r6rair 'Jaado.; Tl'o gimraiileo of Hat-
lsacuon or money back goes with ench
puir. ronn nro nlso in for n blir cut
nt this sale. EDWAUDS-IIEYNOLDS
L. C. Carroll went to Grand Tslnnd
yesterday on business.
" The Mother of His
A drama In which ovory one moves
In tho very host of society.
Two-pnrt, Sunshlno comedy
"The Light Weight Lover"
..I,' r J-
Grand Island vs North Platte
Sunday, July 13th.
- at' 2:45.
Fair Ground Diamond.
Thing God Requires ot Me.' 3:30. A
short service followed by conferonces
of mbn and women In separate ses
sions. 7:30 p. m. "Tho Most Deadly
Sin In Nebraska." Tills Is not a tem
Sunday schools at 9:30 a. in, meat,
lng in their own churches.
Straw hats nlso- como In for their
share of the big discount sale nt the
Yes, we will also Include famous Knox
Sugar 17c Per l'ouiid.
With every five dollar purchase
that you buy from mo tomorrow (Sat
urday,) I will soli you a dollar's worth
of sugar at 17 cents a pound.
Did you see tho bathing suits in Tho
Style Shop wlmlowB?
Can You Imagine it.
Sterling 5 With Us Again.
K. C. HALL.
Monday, June 14th. 1
"The Deadlier Sex"
MUTT AND JEFF COMEDY
"The Brute Breaker"
2 Reel Big V Comedy
"Under Two Flags"
We Will Close Our
-FIFTH OFF SALE
Wednesday, June 16th.
We will have accomplished the reduction
our stocks to as low a figure as we wished. The
market conditions are such that the money you
have jpaid us for merchandise during this sale will
not replace most of the goods on our shelves.
North Platte merchants have not marked their
goods up with the market value at anytime sinc'p.
prices went up so that reductions you read of will
not affect the retail price you will pay for mer
chandise as these reductions do not reach as low
a level as our present retail prices are based upon.
Most merchandise for Fall will be higher than it
has been for Spring and with few exceptions there will
be no lower prices before Spring 192 L We thank you
for your liberal patronage during this sale and assure
you that we will only be to glad to give you the advan
tage of any break in prices we may be able to find.
Wilcox Department Store
ELMO THB FEARLESS
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