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NORTH PLATTE, NEB.,aSEPTEMBEB 30, 1921.
' No, 76
Tonight is the Farley Lecture on "Getting the Most Out of Retailing"
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TKAM
TO PLAY COZAI) ON LOCAL
OLD LLOYD OPEIIA HOUSE TO BE
OPENED TO DANCING
North Platte will open tub local
football season at 3:30 o'clock -Friday
at the Fair Grounds Park, with
Cozad as its opponent as tho visiting
North Platto should have a strong
team thls'year, most o tho positions
being filled by veterans of last year's
team. Cozad claims to have a much
stronger team than last year and
lopes to give tho local eleven a real
A number of last year's men have
been shifted from tho positions pre
viously played. Yost showing ex
ceptionally well at right .tackle, with
Shaner, who played at end last year
is piloting tho team and gives prom
ise of being one of tho heaviest
quarter backs North Platte has had
for many years. Butch Simon has
been shifted from tacklo to the back
field and is showing exceptionally
well at full back. Dent; who was
a substitute on last years team, Is
playing right half back position. Tho
hi the same' positions as heretofore.
Tho game will be called promptly
at 3:30. Cars may be parked on
the north side of the Held, a park
ing charge of 50c per car being mado
Spectators who are not In cars, are
requested to use grand stand, as
a much bettor viewvof the game can
be had from that point of vantage.
General admission will be 50c,
with no extra charge for the grand
Only the players, coaches and tho
lpfter men of past team3 will be
permitted seats on the side lines.
It Ih hoped that a good crowd will
turn out to appraise the ability of
the local eleven in its first contest.
G. Urban of Louiseville, Ky. has
leased tho old Lloyd Opera House
and will conduct public dances on
overV Thursday and Saturday even
ings beginning Oct. 1st. ,Tho old
building has undorgono a complcto
cleaning and remodeling. Tho en
tirely now floor is sure to please tho
dancers. Mr. Urban and his work
man have spent much time in gett
ing everything in readiness for tho
opening which will bo Saturday oven
ing when all ladles will bo presonted
with a flower. There Is a lovely rest
room for tho ladles furnished in tho
latest white wicker furniture and
also check stands. Beck's Orchestra
will furnish tho music.
CUKHENT COMMENT ABOUT PEOi
l'LE AND THE THINGS THEY
ARE D01NO HERE.
Several hundred membors of thq
American Legion motored out to, the
hills south of the sta'to farm last TiieS
day evoning and enjoyed a good time,
Tho principal ontortalmcnt consisted
of tho North Platto office. His re
port will bo tho baslB for further
action. Tho post office employees
havo been tolling for somo tlmo that,
they do not havo enough spaco in
tho work room to cnablo thorn to do
their work as It should bo dono and
tho Chamber of Commerco has bo
como Interested In gottlng tho work
One Item of expenso to Lincoln
County to which tho avcrago person
gives little thought Is tho caro of
tho poor, the sick and tho unfortun
ate Tho expense of caring for thoso
people Is about eight thousand
dollnrs a year on an average for tho
past eight years.. Tho most of this
3LVNY ELDERLY PEOPLE ENJOY
SUNSET DINNER AT CHRISTIAN
Tho annual sunset dinner was giv
en yesterday by tho ladles of the
Christian Church In tho church base
ment. This dinner is a tribute to the
elderly citizens of North Platte. Fifty
nine guests were present and tho elab
orate dinner proparcd was enjoyed by
all ns woll as tho program. Following
tho woll appointed dlnnor tho follow
program was given: A solo by Mr;).
Lena Johnson, a reading by Miss
lldred Skinner, a short talk by Mr.
McNlchols, a short sketch by Mrs.
Mary Stebbins and a solo by Mrs. Ira
LoMastor. Mrs. Woods who is almost
ninety years was tho oldest woman at
the dinner and Mr. Blalock was tho
oldest man. It was announced that
the Catholic Ladles would preparcthe
dinner next year.
W. II, Farley arrived from the.
east this morning and this 'evening
at tho Franklin auditorium will de
liver a lecture on "Better Business
Methods." No admission fee will
It. N. Lamb and family will leave
Saturday for Long Beach, Calif,
where they will make their future
home. . . x
ROYAL NEIGHBORS '
Will hold a food exchange Satur
day In tho Malonoy Store window.
of n big feed and sevoral boxing bout?;
tiio steer ror tno uarbecuo was don- expenso comes from tho caro of tho
sick and Infirm at tho County Hos-
ated bv tho Tclocrnnh anil thn trim-1
mlngs came from other sources.
pltal In which these arc at prosont
COMING MEETINGS IN THE
VA1IIOUS ORGANIZATIONS OP
11:00 GllmpBos of .thp.Conforonco
8:00 Eccb Homo.
11:00 Services In Building
Tho W. T. C. U. will meet nt tho
homo of Mrs. Ernest Mills on Tuesday
Oct 4th at 3 p. m. Mrs. Wilson will
assist tho hostess in serving. Members
nro requested not to forgot their duea
ns this is the first meeting of tho
ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL MEET
ING OF FIRST LUTHERAN
CHURCH IS HELD.
Service on Sunday at 10:30
Superintendent Alieen G. Cochran
in her rounds of inspecting the rura
schools of Lincoln County has dls
covorcd several families where tho
chlldron nro unnblo to attend school
bocauso they lack tho proper clothing.
Sho is anxious to supply this need
so that the children can he put in
school as soon as possible and to that
end Bho is asking anyono who Willi
donate children's clothing In good
condition to phono G02 W.
Tho Women's Benefit Association of
North Platto baa endorsed Miss Bur,.
M. West for nppolntmGnt by President
Harding as a member of tho Advijsn
ory Commltteo on tho Limitation pf
Armaments. Miss West Is Supremo
Commander of the W. B. A. and has
tho confidence of tho entire member
ship. North Platto Women's Benefit
Association of tho Maccabees has over
220 members and its Influence will be
felt In nu'MilK this appointment. S
Thieves broke Into the Bj.F. Sef
berger residence Saturday night. Mr
and' Mrs. Seeberger aro visiting in
Iowa at present so no check can be
made of the property taken. Sunday
morning threo outside doors to the
house were found standing open and
articles within were disarranged.
Last night the A. B. Hoagland homo
was entered while tho family was
away and the only articles missed
this morning in a hasty check was
Mr. Hoagland's gun.
Listen! The Car of
Will arrive next Monday. Parties that have their or
der in, please be ready to receive them. Bring your
own sacks. Lay in your winter supply at
$1.15 ATI $1.15 PER liUSHEli
Here's a fine shoe for the man who wants something
Most Men Like Good Shoes
Most men consider quality ahead of price. The
assurance that the shoes are absolutely O. K. is the
To such men we recommend our shoes.
Sooner or later the value-appeal of these fine
shoes is going to bring you to our store. Right now
we're ready with the newest ideas for Fall.
11:00 Holy Communion and ser
mon. 7:30 Eyonlng Prayer and gormon.
11:00 Dr. J. S. Stubbleflold
8:00 Dr. Stubbloflecld.
eight patlonts at an expense of ?11G . church on corner of 10th and Willow
a week. When wo complain about Carl Almon, Pastor.
high taxes, it would bo well to rem-,
ember this item and bo glad that wo EPISOPAL
can do something for these unfor
tunates. Sioux Lookout Chapter D. A. R.
will hold Ub first mooting of the year
at tho homo of Mrs. W. C. Reynolds
20 W. Third on Monday, Oct. 3, at
7:30. Mrs. Daisy Hlnman, Regent
announces tho program to lncludo
music, Rovlow of tho D. A. R.
'magazine by Mrs. Grimes, a paper
on Homo making In tho wilderness
a talk by Miss Frater on her recont
experiences ns an nrmy nurso and
tho roll call "My Grandmother's
Housekeeping! and MIno'". All iD.
A. R. members nnd others interested i
In tho work of tho D. A. R. aro urged j BAPTIST.
to attend. i 11:00 Rovlvnl Services by Dojjji
,.... and Stockton. . "
The high school students hold a! G:30 B. Y. P..U. with Miss Stock:
very peppy rally last evening .on tho ion with tho Intermediate Class.
main - streets of tho city J.o nrouso
Enthusiasm and giro tho boya a good
Bend off to their first football gnmu
today with Cozad.
In tho Sunday
9:45, Rally Day
11:00 Harvest Homo Festlval
"Full Barns: what of tho Soul?"
8:00 "Tho Disguises of Sin."
7:30 Revival Services.
Dr.' John Marvin DCan of Brook
lyn," N. Y. one of tho strongest
preachers of the denomination has
charge of the Evangellstis Campaign
at tho First Baptist Church. Miss
A. L. Stockton of Cal., is his assist
ant also a strong preacher. Mlsa
Stockton has been doing, tho preach
ing since last Sunday and has been
very successful In her Junior Work.
Tho meetings havo been woll attend
ed and looks liko It Is going to bo a
successful campaign. Tho meetings
will close Oct. lGth.
North Platto Chapter Amorlcan War
Mrs. Wm. Roflor returned to her Mothers will moot with Mrs. Etta
homo In Bridgeport yesterday aftor Bonnur, 513 Elm, tonight. Tho host
attending tho wedding of her Bister eB& will bo assisted by Mosdamcs
Miss Josephlno Sadlo. ' Wolnborger and Flynn.
Monday ovenlng was tho big annual
mooting of , tho congrogatlon of tho
First Evangblical Lutheran Church of
North Platto. Over 130 people wora
sorved nt tho seven o'clock dinner In
tho basement of tho church. Follow
ing this toast which recolved many
compllmonts, tho business meeting
was hold. Reports woro road from
tho church trustees, tho ladles' aid so
ciety, tho Luthoran brothorhood, tho
Sunday school, tho threo missionary
soclotles and tho girls' club. Tho total
receipts from all sources ns roported
by thoso societies was a little over
$13,000. This Is almost equal to tho
total receipts for last year and is con
sidered a go.dd showing for this yoar.
Chas. Hondy, Sr., was olected an older
for l.lfo and Oscar Sandall for pno
year. J.,E. Sebastian and H. J. Ruth
man were elected deacons. Tho
church ontcrs upon another year with
bright prospects for success In Its
HIGH SCHOOL CADET RAND TO
PLAY TWO DAY ENGAGEMENT
Director Cluis. J. Klllian and tho
High School Cadet Band, forty-flvo
strong, loft tills morning for Low
ol'lon whero they will play today and
tomorrow nt tho Gardon County Fair.
This tr.Ip Is undertaken that they may
cam ihoifoT"t6' pay tho exponsos of
Uio band to Omaha when thoy accom
pany tho football toam noxt month.
Tho boys nro to rocolvo ?100 and
orponses for tho trip. They will ro
ti rn homo on tho branch train Satur
A letter was received by John B.
Edwards-, President of tho North
Platto Chamber of Commerce from ,
Congressman KInkald In which ho1
told of taking up tho enlargement of ,
the North Platte post office. Ho j
said a representative of tho post
office department would bo In North
Platto in tho near future and would
make a detailed survey of tho needs
It luls been shown that a Jag
ged tooUi or root or cavity of
decay has been tho exciting and
sole causo of cancor of tho
mouth. Such was tho caso with
General U. S. Grant, who died In
terrible agony from cancer
of the tongue
caused by rubbing It against n
decayed and broken tooth.
Thoso nro facts which It Is woll
for people with decayed teeth to
think about. A llttlo expense
from tlmo to tlmo will keop your
tooth in a healthy condition.
DR. F. W. HILLLER
Keith Thcatro Building.
No charge for comploto exami
nations nnd cost estimates.
FOR TOMORROW SATURDAY ONLY.
With every Man's Suit from $20.00 and up a Hat
will be given Free.
With every Boy's Suit from $7.95 and up a Cap will
be given Free.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS,
In the Pizer Block.
607 Locust Street.
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