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PLATTE, , NEB., MARCH 25, 1921.
AUTO SHOW FOR
SEASON'S BEST SnOWING OF NEW
MODELS TO BE EXHIBITED
The seven local dealers In automo
biles met last evening and decided de
finitely on April 7, 8 and 9 as tho dates
for tho North Platte Auto Show. Tho
colors will bo grass green and suow
white. Decorations will transform tho
Durbln Auto Co. garage Into a place
f beauty where- the people of this
part of tho country can inspect tho
ars and enjoy tho cntortainment
Xerograms of music and other features
will be given each day. Tho admission
Is free. Dealers in auto accessories
were anxious to take a part in the
show but on account of the lack of
foam it was decided that they could
not be included.
1'HE TRIBUNE OFFERS FREE
WANT-ADS FOB THOSE OUT
i. Thoro aro a lot of men in North
lyatto who have been laid of tempor
ally and thoy find their finances low
and do not know whero to turn for a
job. Occasionally there is a man who
needs someone for a brief employ
ment but' he does nbt know whero to
Idok for tho man. To meet tho tem
jrorary need Tho Tribune will print
two insertions of a want-ad for any
man or woman in Notrh Platte or
ticlnlty, who wants work. Wo cannot
lake theso want-ads over the phone
as we do not have regular office help.
All 'you need to do ,is to write what
kind of work you can or will do, give
direction for finding you (phono or
liouso number) and mail, send or
bring it to our office. It will appear
twice and there will Tie no cost or
charge. Wo would appreciate having
your name on the notlco but we will
not print it unless you want us to. Do
"ot hesltato but send it in today. For
men or women..
C. O. Dedmoro will leave Sundny
lor Grant to transact business for n
Mrs. E. R. Smith was off duty at.
County Attornoy Keefo's office yesterday.-
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7IIIS charming four-room cottage makes an attractive
(f) small home for town or farm. It meels all t he
needs of the average small family, with 'two bed rooms,
commodious living room, kitchen, generous front porch,
and small porch in the rear.
THIS HOME HAS BEEN BUILT FOR
LESS THAN $1,600.00
OVEIt A HUNDRED BUSINESS MEN
ATTEND THE CHAMBER OF
Tho officers nnd directors of the
Chamber of Commerce were possessed
of a, happy thought when they called
tho meeting of tho membership, at the
Episcopal Church, Tuesday ovening.
Tho room was well filled with inter
ested men and the dinner served by
the ladies was well prepared and
bountiful. John 11. Edwards waB nt his
best and his handling of tho cxtempor
aneous toast list was very pleasing.
He first called upon the secretary for
a. report of the activities of; the post
'three months. Mr. Bare read a do-
Jtailed report which he had prepared,
which ho supplemented with explan
ations whenever ho thought it neces
sary. A summary of tho report is
found elsowhere. E. R. Goodman told
of tho needs of the schools nnd how
tho money lias" been spent. W. J.
Hondy spoke briefly of tho camp
grounds. Dr. Redfield mado a plea
for a hospital. B. II. Evans told of the
plans of tho American Legion for an
Auditorium. Dr. Prltchnrd spoko of
tho neod for n milk inspector and W.
E. Shuman gave a short talk on gen
eral boosting topics. J. Q. Wilcox, J.
V. Romigh, O. 11. Thoelecke, John J.
Halligan and others made short talks.
A voto of confidence in tho Secretary
and other officers was unanimous nnd
tho best of good-feeljng prevailed.
Stamp's orchstra furnished the music.
It was decided to hold similnr meet
ings once a month hereafter. j
I FUNERAL SE RVICI! SOF OVERSEAS
j MARTYR TO BE HELD IN j
' THIS CITY.
! Word was received here Thursday
that tho body of Paul Duckworth, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Duckworth, of this
city, lias been received at tho Now
York pier and will bo sent" to North
Platte as soon as transportation can
bo arranged. No certain plans have
been mado yet but the services will bo
hold in one of tho local churches un-
, der tho auspices of the Amorican Lo
j glon and lntermnet will be in tho cem
etery at Fort McPherson.. The date
is not known yet.
J. E. Nejson recently presonted the
Senior High School with a picture.
Mrs. 11. Miller' of Tryon was able
to Jpavo tho Platte Valley hospital
Wednesday after undergoing an oper
ation some time ago.
i Mrs. B. Curtis of Wallace visited
friends In tho city yesterday. .
1 Dr. Dent (transacted professional
business in "Wallace yestorday.
, Inch a
COMING MEETINGS IN THE
VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS OF
Saturday, March, 26th at 8 oclock
at Masonic Hall.
Boy Scout Rally, Monday evening,
March 28. Free. Everybody Invited.
Next Monday, March 2Sth at tho K.
Tonight at tho Lutheran Church tho
sacred cantata: "Tho Crucifixion."
Of tho Lincoln County Farm Bureau
Mondav aftornoon nt 2 p. m. at tho
Tho Franklin School Building to
night for all members of tho commit
tee for tho Boy Scout drive. 8 p. m.
Tho North Platto Auto Show will bo
held in Durbln's Gnrago, April 7, 8
and 9. Full particulars lator.
Tho Goldon Rulo BUblo Class will
meet with Mrs. Henry Parker, 308 S.
Elm this aftornoon at three o'clock.
Th CENT SOCIAL
Tho Lady Maccabees will hold a ten
cent social in tho K. P. Hnll, Satur
day aftornoon nt 3:30. Everyone is
asked to bring one or moro friends.
Tho United Spanish War Veterans
will meet Friday, March 25th at 8
o'clock at tho homo of A. W. Shilling.
ThiS'ls by order of the Commander.
PURE BRED LIVE STOCK SALE TO
BE HELD HERE NEXT MONTH
Tlx Lincoln County Pure Bred
Stock Association will hold Ub first
public snlo of pure bred live stock at
tho Fair Grounds, Monday, April It.
Tho sales pavilion w'ijl not bo ready
for uso for some months yet so a
large tent will bo erected in which tho
sale will bo held. From advance in
formation available now nt least one
hundred prospective buyers nre ex
pected at that time.
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CLUB DEPART3IENT HELD ELEC
TION OF OFFICERS TUESDAY
The Literature, Music and Art De
partment of Twentieth Century Club
heldi.innnual election of officers at
Firemen's 'Hnll, Tuesday nfternoon
with tho following result: Mrs. C. E.
McReynolds, chairman; Mrs. Mary E.
Roddy, vice-chairman; Mrs. J. L.
Mornu. secretary-treasurer. bout
125 ladles wore present. Tho play was
well received and tho solos by Mrs.
Hatch, Mrs. Shenk and Mls RIchnrds
were pronounced excellent.
Miss Kathoryn Woods of tho Fine
Art Studio of Lincoln is In tho pity
making arrangements to display from
75 to 100 original pointings here next
Mrs. Julius Pizcr will entertain this
afternoon at brjdgo at her homo on
West Second Streot in honor of Mrs.
I Was Sure Sales Would Come
Good Dodge Bros. Cars and
Good after service,
have brought the sales which must always coma to
a good product sold right.
Dodge Brothers cars are selling fast-in many locali
ties, on account ol the merit in the car and the need for
reliable service on the part of buyers.
Many dealers are short of cars, and another week
like the past will find us out of cars. I would advise get
ting your Dodge now, or your order filed immediately, if
you want to be sure of your car when you want it.
We carry parts in stock for the cars we sell, in fact
our Dodge parts stock invoiced at over 39000. This is
for your service.
. V. Romish Dealer
First in quality second in sales in the U. S. A.,
is Dodge Brothers record.
SELECT FA 1131 BUREAU CAMPAIGN
CUJI.MITTEES FOR 31E3IBER
Tho following well-known Lincoln
County farmers have boon appointed
by A. S. Gregg, County Captain, to
navo cnargo of tho membership cam
poign in their resnoctlvo nrcclncts:
Antelope Precinct: J. K. Miller,
uruuy, i. nns. umnu, urauy.
Brady: Herman Packman, Brady;
Gus Roscntrator, Brady.
Birdwood: Win. Hontson, Hershey,
D. E. Martin, Hershey.
Buchanan: A M. Gates, May wood;
Chas. C. Brown. Maywood.
Cox: S. C. Bowman, Brady; Goo.
Ablo, Mnxwoll; Hnrry Sukraw, Max
well. Cottonwood: C A. Discoe, Brady;
Herman Kerr, Brady; S. R. Patterson
Deer Crook: Geo. Barrett, Moorc
fleld; R. B. Kompton, Mooroflold.
Dickens: Geo. Jenkins, Dickens; A.
M. DcMllt, Dickens.
East Hinman: Fred Payne, No Platte
Falrvlow: S. J. Koch. Hershey.
Fox Creek: F. R. Bristol, Curtis;
Geo. Schick. Curtis; John Hanson,
Garfield: E. M. Fox, Arnold: Cy Fox
North' Platto; D. t. Moyors, Gandy.
Gnslln: John Glnnnpp, Brady; John
Hall: Claronco Coolldgo, No. Platto,
T. S. McCrono, North Plntte.
Harrison: I. V. Daley, Arnold; Jon
itlinn Pease, Arnold.
Hinman: Chas. Bostwlck and Frank
Strollbcrg, both of North Platte.
Hookor: Earl Fear, Wallaco; W.
Jeffrey: W. II Bristol, Ingham; R.
L. Craig, Brady
Kern: Robort Kunklo, No. Plntte;
J. N. Barton, Somerset.
Lemon: Dan Conyors, No. Platto;
Otto McBincrt No. P.; Chas. Watts,
Maxwell: Geo. Roberts, Maxwell, G.
Modidno: O. A. Falrchlld, WolUleot;
Sam Filbort, Wollfleot.
MlUor: Frank Fakn, N. P.; P. W.
Oleson; A. Woodcock, No. P.
Myrtle; Fred Tatmnn, Staple ton; R,
I. Unyne, Staipleton.
No. Rosodnlo: Dan Mathers No. P.;
E, E, Fengins, No. Platto Tryon Rt
NIckols: John Fowler, Horshoy; Ed
Nowoll: F. W. Lindokugol, Horshoy;
Fred Helm, Hershey; Herman Wondo
born, Hershey; Talmndgo White, Her
Osgood: Warren Doolittlo, No. P.;
Fred IMeClymont, No, P.
.. Paynor. Jolm Griffith, Maxwell; H.
P. Sorenson, Maxwell.
Pcckham: Leo Scott, Brady; Win.
Swancutfl. Brady; L. P. Weathers,
Plant: A. R. Leavitt.
Rosedalo: Rogort Hortson, Horshoy
Goo. Payne, No. 'P.
Sellers: W. W. Hunter, No. P.
Somorset: P. O. Millikon Somerset;
A. II. Frytag, Somerset; B. J. Sellors,
Sunslno: Geo. W. Hughos, Suther
land; D. 13. Powell, Paxton.
Sutherland: James Shoup. Suther
land. Tnblo: Walter Hunso, Arnold; F.
S. Song, Table P. O.
Vrotuan: R. A. McWha, Gothenburg;
Harry Sholly, Gothenburg.
Walker: Dan McNickol; L. E. Cross
grove, both of Farnum.
Wallace: Aaron Knln, Wallaco, F.
E. Wood, Wallace.
Mrs. H. J. Illrschfold entertained
a number of friends Wednesday noon
at a luncheon in tho Union Pacific
Dining Room in honor of Mrs. Harry
Fleishman of Omaha.
Chas. Yost is expected to arrlvo
homo this evening from Fremont to
spend a fow days with his parents
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Yost.
Locust at 6th Street
THE HIKTH OF SPRING COMES
WITH THE ANNIVERSARY OF
Today Is Good Friday. Tho event
celebrates tho depth of despair into
which followers of tho lowly Nazarino
were plunged whon thoy nailed tho
Master to tho cross nnd Ho died. But
Just ahead we havo Easter whon wo
rojolco In His victory over death and
commemorate tho ovont with songs
nud thanksgiving. Tho churchos will
hold special servicos today or Sunday
and invito ovoryono to Join with them
In keeping tho nnnivorsary.
At tho Episcopal Church tho pro
gram is na follows:
Organ Proludo Angol's
Soronndo i t Brnga
Processional Seo Tho Conqueror
Mounts In Triumph
Christ Our Passovor Chnppoll
Richmond Btrgo, James Clinton
Hymn Christ Tho Lord is Rison Today
Addroas Tho Groat Assurance
Offertory Lift Up Your Heads,
O Ye Gatos G. Adam
Snnctus ..j Hughos
Agnus Dei Huchos
Gloria in Excolsls Hughos
Nunc Dimittls Bnmby
necesKionai Josus Christ Is
PoiiUmlo Festival March Gounod
Organ Preludo Cujus Anlma Rossini
Processional Tho Day of Rosurroction
Anthem Tho Victory Is Won Farrar
Miss Arvilia Whlttakor and chorus
Nunc Dimittls .Barnhy
nymn iiaric Ton Thousand Voices
Address Will tho Dissolution Of Tho
Body Causo Tito DIsolutlon of
Offertory Behold, I Show You A
Mrs. O. II Shrlvor, Dlroctor
Mis. Earl Stamp. OrKunlBt
At tho Melodist Church iho program
at ten o clock will ho as follows:
Enster Lepeon ,
Cinss Song MraBrook's Class
Stiiry or Easter fJtlHes":--Mablo Get'"
Plnno Solo -.-X'Elma M. Crane
Reading "&3llldred 3kl nnor
Music. ilan,, "Chorus
Duct . . ... Mesdnmos Craho and Lane
Piano Solo Virginia Scott
Reading .Mrs. McRoynoJds
Selection . . . - .Orchestra
Muslo . ...Chorus
At the Catholic Church tho regular
services will bo hold with special
music as follows: Steams Mass in Ab
Offorlory "Rcglna Cooll" sung by
MIhsph Mary Drost and Kathryn Hcr
rod; "O Salutarus" Misses Evangollno
and Knthryn Ilorrod and "Tentum
Erto" by Frank McGovorn.
At tho Presbytorian Church tho
regular services will bo hold with
special music as follows: A preludo
meditation by Mondolssohn; n quartet
"A Voice Camo to Mo," by Miss Gaylo
ISHonsec, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. Crosby
nnd Dr. Mitchell; "Rock of Ages"
song by Mrs. Gllfoyl and offortory, selected..
TA) G;tX r&0k&hhM itrUJ &tt.
The Presbytorian Cholptwill furnish
special' Easter music int'tllo ovening
consisting of Prelude, "Hosunna-" by
Miss MftcKay; Anthem, ''Victory" by
Shelley tho choir; "Hallelujah" Dross
lor. Bong by Mrs. Edward Burko; Ah
tein. "The Easter Davnf Brosslor,
song by tho choir; Anthem. "In tho
cany morning," Sholloy, song by tho
choir; Offertory, "Resurrection Morn"
Edward Johnson, played by Miss Mac
- io:: ' "aBr
The services at tho Lutheran d$wh
will bo hold at 11 o'clock whcullfcov
choir will sing "Christ Our PasaovW,'
(Chappol) and tho pastor will speak
on Easter Gladness. At throo o'clock
baptism of children will toko placp.
At 8 p. m, tho choir will rondor "Joaw
Said I am tho Resurrection" (Solly)
nnd tho pennon subject will bo "Jcsua
Christ, Accepted of God, but RoJeOted
of Men". Just boforo tho evening aor
vico thoro will bo a fow Eastor io
lections on tho phonograph. At 9 n,
m. thoro will bo Holy Communion'.
CHOIR OF LUTHERAN CHURCH
WILL GIVE CANTATA TONIGHT
Tho Luthoran Choir under tho di
rection of Mrs. Frank Hatch will offer
for tho approval of tho muslo lovers
of tho city, tho cantata "Tho Crucifi
xion" by Stainor. This cantata Is ap
propriate to tho colobrntion of Good
Friday and Is spiritual' aa well aa
musical. Tho choir will also render
Dvorak's "Blossod Jesu Fount of
Mercy." Everyono is Invited, to nttend.
i f JO - i
PIIESENTATION OF CHARTER TO
LOCAL KHYANIS CLUB ON
The North Platto Klwanls Club Is
proparlng for a big day on Wednes
day Mnrch 30 whon the charter for
UlD local ortranlzatlnn is tn hn nrnnrvnt
od by International offlcors. Word has
neon received from Klwanls Clubs
throughout tho slnto that especial cars
will bring largo dologntlon$ for tlio
CANDIDATES BEFORE THE CIT.Y
kjjKutiuk Al'Kiii rith
x WJE. Shuman
F6ll CITY CLERK
O. E. Elder
J. F. CInbaugh
FOR CITY TREASURER
L. E. Mohlmn'n
FOR WATER COMMISSIONER .
' "Horshoy Welch :-4 )
FOR COUNCILMAN First Ward '
Carl F. Simon
TOR COUNCILMAN Second Waril
H. 11. McMlchaol
ruu,t;uuiNuiijiiAiv rnira warn
iiiiroiu Lrfingiord ... . .
FOR COUNCILMANV-Fourth AYar.i,
C, L. Raskins' "
Webb Hughes V'
''ji ; ' ,;o!S' i"'
Mr. lnilcon. prosidont of tlttf.'Lx
Ington Chamber Of Co'nnjiorco a'ddoss
od tho Klwanls Club1 at its riJgulftr:
luncheon Tuesday noon at tho Christ
Ian church. . v
Tho pupils of tho Manual TrainTng
cinss are to practlco teaching noxt
week. Each pupil will teach a room 'in
tho city Bchools under tho supervision
and crltlsclsm or llio regular toaohbr
nnd all classes must bo taught.
"Alice Bluo Gown" Is that song, for
which you havo waited so long, DIxouh
JUST TO REMIND YOU.
Spring Is only Just around tho cor
ner and a pair of Goodrich tiros on
your blko will save you time, oxponso
nnd annoynnco all summer. "A Sihllo
a mllo" on Goodrich tiros.
JOHN II. NULL,
100 E. Front
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