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ffOItTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
..1VILS0N TOUT, Editor and rabllglicr.
Bntcrcd at tho North Platte, Nebraska
Postofflcqaa Second Class Matter,
v" SUUSCIUL'TION PJUOEl
n n Vnn r In mlvntiAit 9.00
FlIIDAY, MAKCH Jth, 1021.
Tho nomination ot M. E. Crosby
and Win. J. llondy iib members of tho
Board of Education wo understand Is
bfllnpr dona without their knowledgo
CThls Ib ns It Bhould bo. Wlionovcr
liny 0110 seeks a place In hucIi a body
It itj usually that ho may pay aomo
wrudRo. foist somo whim onto tno
schools or Bcttlo Homo othof personal
matter. Tho placo Is ono which does
,oi pay a snlnry of any kind and as,
such requires n sacrifice of tlnio and
olfort for tho benefit or uio commun
Hy. Wo do not eo how nnyono who
Is drafted for such u position couki
rofuso under any ordinary conditions.
We aro certain that men llko Mr. llon
dy and Mr. Crosbyxwlll nccopt tho
honor graciously should It ho thrust
upon thorn by tho votorfl.
From rollablo soimes It Is learned
that procrcBB on the now Lincoln
County Court Houso can bo expected
fj"m now on. Tho Coin nlsslonors havo
jntt returned freni an inspection of
ttw Count v Court Uiiiisos at Lcxlng
yjn. Central City, St. Paul, Soward,
Wnboo and Fremont It Is tho Inten
tion or the f.cnnnl ifilonora to mnko n
jtyftrt In the ne.'ir futme townrd secur
ing an nrnI4teot and to got tho plans
W(ll niidor way this Bfason. It Is thot
that tho Board Intends to plan so that
vork can comniencc early noxt spring.
tfVnm tho fact that a temporary addl
1b being built on tho present
r rrueture ono I load fo bollevo that
ithij now bufidint' Mill bo locatod at
one sldo of tho court houso squaro and
OmI tho present building will not bo
dMirbud until the now ono Is occupl-
TU rcu"H r July Ilound-UiT Is
allll In tho halauco. Manager Strykor
ennn it, dowmytulng more. Tho Ameri
can Legion Is not willing to under
take the whole of tho financial bunion
When It fool that th" buslnoss inter
ests of this city will profit lnrgoly
from tho added business nttractod
horo during tho thro days. Tho Cham
'bor ot Conimorco Is not In a position
to nuiito acrooinentH mb It has vory
llttlo money or. hand nnd no budget
bun boon rfllwod for tho coming year,
wactlonlly everyone Booms In favor
ot tho Hound-Up. The Fair Directors
havo offorod to Icnso the grounds for a
nuiBomible intm nnd If things woro
Just a llttlo d.fTcn ri the matter would
Co pvor Somobody should niovo In tho
right- direction and Bet things going.
Thoro Is a demand for clean nmuso
niont cn tho Fourth and something out
,0t tho ordinary la needed to satisfy
nndf-atlvact.tho big crowds. Inactivity
jsietH anywhere. Stomo pooplo
even- approve ot fioir? In tho wrong
direction to mauding still. And It la
net U.u early to lot U'estom Nebraska
)(ov What wc nro Koine to do on this
holiday which, law boon ours for sov-1 Cleric at least Thirty days beforo such
oinl years punt with tl,c auto races, i gonoral election, signed by not less
::o:: thnn llfteen per cent of the voters of
In lecont Issues r,f Tho Trlbuno wo said city. And on Bald election on
hnVe.takon up tho question of making April 5, 1921, and whenovor thereafter
(lanclniJ two of the Hchool Intorosts the proposition flhall bo voted upon ns
and from time to time wo have attomp hcrolnbororo provided, said proposi
ti to glvo tho nu.at Important polntn Hon Bhall bo plneod on tho gonoral
(ionneutod with the argument. Wo ballot ns follows:
liavo tried f show that tho quoBtlon Nr Sunday Plcturo Shows
(jt-Jho rlgjit ai I w ong ot dancing Is Against Sunday Plcturo Shows
nor tho IsBi!.' We havo plneod em- And provided further that this or
pnnsls on iho fuel. Hint dancing llko dlnnnco Is not Intended In any way to
JHJHUU.V mill, i nii uuiot onnu, douai-
InK and nil ot.vr .f tho school Intor.
osi'fihould lu piiieod In the school
only when It can I c shown that tho
reasons In favor overbalance thoso n
gnlnst; tlm4 it ,Ih a good thing for tho
school. Dancing ,is n pastime may ho
harmless and y. t in Hie school it
might work ngalust tho grcatost c8
npdrntlon of parol t, toachor and pupil
ad thoroforo ho out ot placo. Wo havo
,11$ quarrel with IIiuko who wish to
Wojir decolloto gowns at a party but
wo certain'" w?uh! not favor such iib
Uio dreas ot hlgn school girls. Wo
,1,'ilnk boys ehould wear bathing sultB
when In n public pool but wo would
.SjliiBo to bollevc them proper In tho
school room. It Is n quoBtlon of tho
ItnoHS or propiloty of tho thing. And
.UilB is the rontoiit ou of ninny who
aro in Tavor of (hi'ielng. as a pastlmo
cr aro indlfforont to Its chorma. Thoy
maintain that thoso who want
to dancq can do m without using
Iho .schDolhouso. Thoy boliovo that
wonts i 1 Icfli-heiK can ntlond Uiobo
nanews olBewhcro i h well as In tho
fohnolhoiiiMt, Thoy think that politics
nid rollgloii are barred from the
f-choola becauso thoy nro Btibjocts up
on w'.lcl the t.chool patroiiB cannot
SWIFTS PREMIUM HAMS
32c Per Pound
Large Con Standard Tomatoes, 15c
Large Can Standard Peas, 15c
Largo Can Standard Corn. 15c
McGoverri & Stack
agree. 1. the fame manner there aro
moral qtiosllcnrt upori which thotpat
rons of tho schools cannot agree" and
to Hdmo peoplo It scorns only, right
that thoso monl pn fltlons shotlfd bo
burrcjd from ho school. They think
It uipocomlng for those who favor
dancing to forco it Into tho schools
.list because they happen at this time
to havo tho power. Majorities cannot
taako right and niotal questions can
not bo settled until Bottled rightly. Wo
rqincinbrr the glee of tho whiskey ol
omoiil,a few yoam ago when they
woulr w'n an election or get a logal
decision o;er tho diys. They 'thought
it vindicated their Aland. Hut wo know
that tho saloon went because It was
wrong and Unit tho drys won because
illoy woro right Wc nro giving this
Illustration tr enow that a moral
question will not down nor be settled
'y mnjorltles. It will havo to bo set
Hod right. Tho Trlbuno Editor stands
with thopc who think that Is Is a mis
tako for tho Hoard if Education to nl
low boys an5 clrls to use any part of
Hie school buildings lor social dances
Wc arroe with those who would glvo
ovory parent the right to decldo wheth
er his or hor child shall enter Into
uuch nmurniont(. Wo want to record
cur certainty Hint Iho Ronrd ot Edu
cation was olnceto In giving pcrmis
Blon to tno pupils to dnnco and wo
qtiOHt'on whether thcic has boon nny
harm dono so fnr but wo know for a
eortalnly that It means trouble ns long
It Is allowed and It Is only becauso
vo havo tho welfare of tho schools so
oIobo to our henrt (Kb wo ralso this
word In protest agnlnst such uso of
tho udUorlum. Many ot our best
ftlonds among tho lovs nnd clrls
dance nnd wo have never quostlonod
their right nor their purity. Wo hopo
thoy w'll allow u to express our
lrnohi orinlon without severing thoso
frlnndfehijls which wo valuo so much.
Our Mi'.hoolR miiHt be made bettor and
o must all I'liJto to find tho host
Not much cite Is worth whllo In
thin old world nnj-vov but bovs and
OltDINANCE NO. 125.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC
TION fl OF ORDINANCE NO. 42 OF
THE CITY OF NORTH PLATTE,
BEING AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
FOR THE LICENSING. OPERATING
AND REGULATION OF PICTURE
SHOWS AND PROVIDING A PENAL
TV FOR THE VIOLATION OF SAID
He It ordained by tho Mayor and
rouncll of the City of .North Platto,
Section J. Thot Section 3 of Or
dinance No. 42, of tho City of North
Platto, bo amended to read n fol
lows: Whon proporly licensed as a
foroBald, such plcturo show may bo
oporatod and run at any tlmo from
mid-night Sunday to mid-night Sntur
day and at no othor tlmos, provided
howovor, that such plcturo show may
no oporniea on aununy whenovor tho
majority of tho voters a& any general
or special election, whoro tho prop
osition Is Bubmlttod. and voting on
such proposition shall Voto favorably
to Sunday shows, and provided furth
er that Buch proposition shall bo sub
mitted to tho voters of said city at tho
general election tp. bo bold April G,
1021, nnd at any other subsequent
gonornl elections where a petition re
quiring tho submission of such prop
osition Hhull bo filed with tho Cltv
Buperseuo or coniuetf'WHli tho nrovl-
slous of tho Initiative and rofcrondum.
Section 2. That said Section 3 of
Ordinance 42 bo and tho sumo Ib horo
by ropcnlcd together with any and all
nidlnnnco or parts of ordlnnnco In
conlllct hotowlth. ,
Section 3. That this ordinance
shall ho In full forco and effect from
and after Hh pusBago. approval and
publication nccordlng to lnw.
Passed and approved this 1st day
ot March, 1021.
A. F. STREITS5, Mayor.
Attest: 0. E. ELDER, City Clerk. '
THE MARCH VICTOR RECORDS
AVo extend to the gonoral public an
Invitation to hoar thoso roeords In our
now Bound proof rooms.
ROBERTS MUSIC CO.
110 East Front Stroot.
Mrs. York lllnmun, Mrs. Frank Unr
bor and Mrs. C. F. Sponcor will nttond
tho stato D. A. R. Convention at Col
umbus, Nobr., tho ICth, ICth nnd 17th
ot this month. Mrs, Hlnmnu will at
tend tho convention In Washington,
D. C. next month
DO YOU 11ELIEVE WHAT IS SAID
HKIlfi AffOUT ADVERTISING I
The fo!loH. nr, ib clipped from an ox
change and presents tho reasons for
newspaper advertising In a snno man
ner. Wo glvo It In full for tho fncSts It
From tho beginning of time men
nnd women have told each other things
they have advortlscd In oneway or
nnotlier. Tliey did it through a system
of slgnnl Area, a numbor of runners or
with messages carved on stono. As
time hns gone on the system has Im
proved bocuuso tho peoplo of tho earth
havo progressed. Tho present system
of advertising--telling storo nows thru
tho nowBpapors Is a porfect system of
It Is perfect becauso It reaches tho
greatest number of peoplo In tho
shortest posslblo time. It tolls In few
words tho big story of a merchant's
plan to do his part fairly In the gener
al scheme of supply nnd demand. Tho
auclont nithod ot signal fires wouldn't
reach a large per cent of tho people
When a huge, unusual store adver
tisement maKcs Its debut, as it wore.
in a nowapapor, readers all over tho
country get the nows. Thoy speculate
on it, they discuss It, thoy wonder if
It is real. Thoy go to the storo to find
out. . Bargains must bo followed In
these days of high cost of living, or
Thru careful advertising a merchant
can cducato tho public to appreciate
tho fact that ho Ib -co-operating with It.
That ho Is slncoroly anxious to servo
ills cuflton ers to tho vory best of his
ability. It can't bo dono In any other
wny with such successful results; ad
vertising Is nnd alwayB has boon the
beat wny. v
Evoryono knows that no man coos
Into business nB a healthful recreation.
Ho does It for the snmo reason bo oats
to live. And tho merchant who has n
genuine regard for his follows, or his
stomach, iBn't going to tako a chance
on losing his living.
A big Btoro must enrry u larco sun
ply of merchandise. It must distribute
groa.t quantities dally. To do a big
voiumo of buslnoBS it must got a
great number of customors; buyers of
goods, tho largest volume or capaci
ty turn-over enn bo reached only thru
Advortlslng is tho economic factor
of buslnoss. Without It few buyers
would know of tho exceptional values
offered. The turnover would bo re
duced to nlmost nothing nnd In order
to llvo tho merchant would bo rom-
pollcd to Jnck up his prices. It would
bo the only solution possible. Illghor
prices moans fewer buyers nnd busi
ness falluro to tho man who Ib. afraid
that advertising may bo extrava
gance Progression is the highest mark of
civilization. Tho ancfent method of
signal fires wojild not reach a very
large per cont ot tho peoplo today.
Ono goes to a flro now-a-days out ot
curiosity or pity for tho chap who Is
losing something. Ono reads a good
advortlsemont with gleo ana apprecia
tion or tno man who Is progressing
vvlu Is building up a business that Is
fnr-rcachlng and worth while.., .
' 1 ho Income nnd tho ont-go is, at
the present tlmo, so closely nlllcd that
no man or woman can afford to miss a
Blnglo day's opportunity to save. TJirlft
Ib becoming n byo-woro In avery
household nnd every dny tho nowspn
por readers are turning to tho adver
tisement paiajs boforo scanning tho
headlines. Tho ads carry tho biggest
foatureB of tlm day's nows, nnd every
ro'idor is keenly alivo to that which is
most vital to hla ovory dnv Hfo.
Tho campaign being carried on by
tho American Legion for moinborshlp
Ib mooting with unexpected success.
Tho men cllglblo nro rcallzintr that
thoy can get moro by standing togeth
er man uy Holding apart
KUIIKKT A. I'llILIiU'S it
Plumbing and Ileal lntr j;:
iVll work entrusted to mo will 8
recolvo my porsonnl sunorvl-
sion. HoHliInnoo niwl nlinn Ifin.T it
E. Gth Stroot. Tolophono 45SJ.
For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock
cockerel, good stock. Phono BOS.
For Rent Woll Improved rnnch. In
qulro of F. O. Johnson, North Plntto.
For Rent Garage. G03 E. Fifth St.
For Rent Two room house Inquire,
41 G East Gth St.
For Rcnl 9GfJaoro stock rami. Ad
dress 11. Kunkol, North Platte.
Wanlod Hurry in your furs Will
Henrlcks, 720 North Locust.
Wauled Any kind of sowing. Also
housowork by tho hour after school
hours. Phono 9G3J.
For Sale or Trade Ono olght-rooin
houso, modern except licnt. J. E.
For Rent Two unfurnished rooms,
hot and cold water. Phono 82GW. 715
Vor Sale 5 room house, would soil
with olthor 1 or 2 lots. Priced to soil.
W. J. Crisp, 409 So. Elm St.
For Sale Single Comb Rhode Is
land Rod Cockorels at two dollars
each. Mrs. Simon White. Horshoy,
Found Ono string of pouil bonds
I ..... ft W i 1 ll . ii
uwner can iou una luouuiy uie same,
Can havo thorn by pnylng for this ml
vortlaemont. For Sain Two Old ivi.v i
ora In good condition, also broodors,
bono cutters nnd hay cutter. Soiling
cn nccount ot sickness. Cll w. Eighth.
For Snip -All modorn homo built for
ownor'B homo. Eight rooms and bath,
oak doors, full basement, doublo gar
ago, all now. On account ot monoy
condition will soil at a bargain If sold
soon. Call ot 802 E. 4th St., North
1 t -y Lj rr' ?4HBy
AMassive Picture of
ROBERT M5KIM AND MARGUEIilTE DE LA MOTTE
DIRECTED 13Y JACK COWWAY ZAiVTL GREY PICTURES INC
i" . 'Distributed by
W.W H0DKINS0N CORPORATION v "
1 S27 Fiflh Avenue. Kcw Jfork Ol
Keith Theatre, March 7, 8, 9th.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Stop The Fly Pest
To Mako a Good Fly Spray Use
2 ozt, Kteto Dip No. I
4 on. Cottonseed Oil
2 o Oil Tar
I B1 Watei
Mix and apply willi a aprayer.
Kroso Dip No. 1 kill. Lice, Mitei. Fleai onH
Sheep Tick); helps the healins ( Cuis,
Scratches ami common skin troubles on all
n Sanitary Protectioti Against Mac Cholrra
and other contagious iliseaiss.
Good For All Live Stock and Poultry
EA3Y TO USE EFFICIENT
Write or aik (or Free Booklet on Livestock
Welfare and Farm Sanitation
Uuy Kroso Dip Ko. 1 In Original Packages
Joseph H. Stone
Druggist North Platte
14 miles southeast ot North Platto
and G rnllos southwest ot Blgnoll,
Sac. 18, T. 12, It. 29, on
TUESDAY, MARCH 15th.
3rtlEAl OF HOltSKS
29 HEAD OF CATTLE
."() Head of Shouts, weight about 75
louinls each. 10 Young Sows with pig.
Sulo Commences at 1 p. m.
Frco Lunch at Xoon.
Wm. JjQ Plant 8c Son, Owner
COL. H. M. JOHANSEN, Aucl.
UNION STATE DANK, Clerk.
Kress Pip No. I
A Benj.B. Hampton, Production
the Great West.with a ftwerful Cast Iacludmd
. inOTPU . r rvmn iMii k-att tt vvm u m i i a k r E
At The SUN, MONDAY.
ALSO "LOST CITY."
Having decided to move to Colorado. I will sell at Puhllc Auction on
tho PIzer & Halllgan Ranch, 2 miles east of tho State Farm, on
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1921,
Tho following described
Team of black horses, 8 years old, wt. 3600; team of black horses, 7
yoara old, wt 3200; team grey horses, 7 years old, wt. 3200; team
bay and black horses, G and 7 years old, wt. 3300; team brown and
bay horses G years old, wt 2G00; team, bay and grey horses, G
years old, wt. 2G00; team brown and black mares, 7 years old, wt.
2900; team grey horses, 9 years old, wt 2500; team grey mares, G
yoars old, wt. 2100; team bay and black mares, 4 years old, wt.
2200; bay horso, 3 y nrs old, wt. 2300; black horse, 3 years old, wt.
1300.; saddle marc, i rars old, wt. 1100.
FEW HEAD OF HOGS DOZEN CHICKENS
FARM MACHINERY, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC,
Push hay stacker, push, three Champion hay sweeps, two 12-ft Mc
Cormlck hay rakes with tonguo trucks complete, four G-ft. McCormlck
mowors, 12-ft McCormlck push binder, 7-ft. Deorlng push binder, two
row John Dcoro Hstor, two-row John Deere cultivator, two-row, Johii
Deoro lister cultivator, two-row, now, now 4,sectIon harrow, one-rowf
corn plow, Samson 10x20 tractor, Samson plow for tractor, Sandwlcli,
hay press, with engine complete, Lightning hay press for belt powor,
throo 4-Incli, tiro wagons, good as new, four 3-Inch tiro wagons, twq
hay racks, ton halo racks, bob sled, food grlndor, hog house, bunk
house 14x20, 2 pumps comploto, two steel tanks, throo pump Jacks, flvo
grind stones, two heating stovoe, small cook stovo, four wagon boxes, 3
h. p. Fairbanks gas ohglno,.somo plpoing and shop tools, ton sets of
hoavy work harnous, S sots of fly nots, somo household furnituro and
othor nrticlos too numorous to mention.
SALE COMMENCES AT NOON. Fit EE LUNCH AT 11 O'CLOCK,
TERMS OF SALE All suras of ?20 and undor ensh, on sums over $20,
G months tlmo will bo given on bankable papor boaring 10 per cent In'
torest from dato of snlo.
EARL MORRISON. Owner.
COL. H. jr.JOHANSEN, Auct. IV. H. McDONALD, Clerk.
property, consisting of
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