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TUESDAY and F11IDA1'
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 20, 1922.
SHORT STORIES OE
PEOPLE 10 TIGS
ITEMS OF INTEREST ABOUT RE
CENT HAPPENINGS IX THIS
Tuesday was tho fourth annlvors
nry of tho death ol NoolJDonogan. Ho
was burled in tho Fort McPhorson
M. B. Posson Is expected horo Sat
urday to 'conduct tho feeder's mooting
to bb hold in tho court houso in tho
Tlio District Board of Appeals for
all disabled ex-sonic6 men held a
meeting Wednesday In tho Federal I
A culling demonstration was held
at tho Thiesen placo Tuesday by
County Agent Kollogg. Twenty-two
people took part in tho lesson In
A vaccination demonstration was; Tolay Is achievement day for tho
hold by County Agent Kollog at tholboys and Rlrls clul)3 of th,a county
Jorry Bocus placo Wednesday of thisi.Thoro nro furtccn of those clubs and
week. Ten people wore given Instruc ovcry ' cli club Is expected
tions in vaccinating live stock. to bo at tho O'Fallons school at ton
, . j o'clock this morning for tho all day
George A. Mills, assistant car fore- j exercises. Carl Jones, assistant club
man of tho Union Pacific at this place! loader from Lincoln will bo thero and
and Mrs. Dora Rosenburg of Gothen- direct affairs,
bnrg were granted a marriage license :o:
yesterday by County Judge Wood- ALBERT SOMMER
hurst. Birthday Greetings on reaching tho
n. i, T. . i, l . Age of Twenty.
Mr. Wells, poultry specialist from
the University extension department!,. . , . . ,
, , , ,,4 , , ,7 . ! You are. Twenty today and happy
"at Lincoln will be In Lincoln county i .
Oct. 26, 27 and 28 and will glvo ntten-' '. gay' .
4, . . , , , , i But remember, through mi coming
tion to accredited flocks. Ho will
speak at several places which have' , .... . , , ,
. , , . , , , , ., That the lesson of youth and logic
not been decided upon at this time. . . ,.,
. Examinations for tho first six wooks' Are Jewels of smiles ond of tears.
of school wero given Monday . and '
Tuesday of this week after being post- j No man is so great in churcn and
poned from Thursday and Friday of! State, ,,
last-week on account of, the teachers But sooner orlator,-mustdie, ' s
convention. All report cards will bo And flutter away like leaves or ' '
sent out Monday noon. t'"3 spray,
Or mist rolling up to tho sky.
Tho officers selected By the Fourth . t
District of tho State Teachers' As-Then laugi, oud and lonffi Jom
s'oclation at the close of tho meeting' tho singers and song,
last week wore: Superintendent, W.jAnd mix with your suuare fellow
J. Bsaham, North Platte, President ' raan
MIsb Ethol B. Craig, Kearney, secro- b0 brilliant and bright at morn,
tnry; Superintendent H. R. Partridge, noon an night
Broken Bow, treasurer And ltvo on tho Heroic plan.
All former students of tho Univor7
sity of Nebraska, whether graduates
cr not aro to be classed as alumni
according to a decision of tho ox- j
ecutive committee of that body. Any-Jpiatto Valloy hosp!tali Mrg Mlnahan
one who has ever been a student wag formerIy Ml8S Besalo chamber
there should jsend his or her address laln
to tno secretary oi mo iuumm assoc
iation and" receive monthly a copy or
tho University Journal each month,
Tho Woman's club Is still uncertain
about tho number of rooms which
will bo avallablo for the convention
next week. Tho pcoplo who havo
have not yet sent in their addresses I
We have a car of fresh mined Hanna Lump
Coal and a car of Genuine Pinnacle Nut Coal
now on track,
We have a good variety of highest grade
coals for furnaces, heating stove and ranges.
Use Kemmerer Pea Coal for Retort Heat
ing Stoves and" Ranges.
If our Coal pleases you, tell your friends.
If it does not tell us.
The Artificial Ice & Cold
900 E. Front St. Phone 40.
m " POLITICAL
A THE GOU
REPUBLICANS TO HOLD CAMPAIGN
MEETING FOR SENATOR
Word has Just been received hero
of tho date for a speaker mooting for
Senator (1. TT. Tbinilnir. ronn'hHrkin
candldato for Governor of Nebraska.
The date Is Tuesday. October 24 at 8 1 'eiu nas jusi
'o'clock n. m. He is to sharo tho hour:"00" rccolvcu-
with Mrs. MaryJIight of Chicago who
ia nlso representing tho Republican
sldo of tho campolgn. Tho placo of
meeting has not been announced
LINCOLN COUNTY BOYS AND
O. O. H. WEIDNER,
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. T. Mlnahan Monday at tho
and until that Is done tho commltteo
'will know what to count on. Tho of-
I fleers nre anxious to have this infor-
mation nnd aro asking everyone who
can sparo a room for next week, to let
'them know. The commltteo consists of
! Mesdames Cotterell, North, Hinman
COMMENT ON WHAT THE, CAN -
DIDATES ARE DOING FOR
Bob Simmons will bo horo Saturday
at tho Fireman's hall at 3 o'clock.
All tho women of North Plnttr arc in-
' vitcd to hoar his address.
Tho addresses by Senator Randall
. ""0 ll,t ncxi iUOSUay
nnu Mrs. I light on next Tuesday
! f von,nB will bo at tho county court
' Senator NnrrTTT Hphriiui
j spoaU nt North Piatto
is scheduled to
October, 30. Tho hour and placo will
bo announced later. Ronntnr Jnrr!a
1 18 not a candidate for offlco this year
OiniSjbut is campaigning In tho interests of
tho republicans who aro candidates'
.It is expected that ho will make ono of,
tho strongest speeches to bo mado byof ontor,n,nt including a pageant
tho republicans this campaign. ' "U1UI 1 liluu 'JlenurB gins.
Tho nrogrnm is filled with addrcssos
Senator Hitchcock gave, a vory in- strong men and women nnd tho
foresting address at tho Keith Thcatro! music Is of an exceptionally high
last Tuesday evening. He spoko oor(lo Mra- George Frntor Is chnlr-
natlonal affairs mostly, only intro-'man of tno Program commltteo with
ducing his remarks with a Bhort;Irs- M E- Scott as chairman of tho
roforenco to state politics. Ho dwelt ''ostoss club.
on the money question nnd tho tariff, i
condomlng tho now tariff bill In very
strong terms nnd blaming tho republi
can party with tho deflation of prices.
A good crowd greoter his romnrks Eyes examined, Glasses fitted,
with closo attention, very few leav- Satisfaction sure. Clinton & Son.
lng before ho had closed. A circle of Georg0 Lomkuchler of Arnold was a
leading democrats including a number buslnosa vlflltor ln tho clty yc8tcraay,
of ladles, backed him up on tho plat- Tr , , ' ,
form and gave a strong local color to1 Mr9, B' Kaln of Wal,aco 8llonPcd
the address. John J. Halligan pre-''1" 11,0 cIty Tu8Uay
sided with bis usual dignity nnd 1 Mr- nml Mrs- Tnos- Dcn nnd daugh
pleaslng manner. 1 tor Luclllo of St. Paul aro visiting at
j tho J. C. Den home.
Tho candidacy of Theo. Lowo for Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Soudcr loft
county clory Is gaining force each dnylonday for Omaha where thoy
,Tho railroad men nro said to' bo -fori will visit for sovoral days.
him becauso they know him so Avell
and Know what ho is. Ono yard man ,
saiu yesicruay mat "iJete" would get
uo per cent of tho votes of North
Piatto railroad men. Continuing ho
said, "Wo know how careful ho Is In
his work. We know ho ha3 a con
science back of him In all ho doos
Ho Is old enough to havo mature Judg- hls homo ,n Wilcox, Nobr., after vis
ment and yet not too old to bo pro- ltinB with friends in tho city for
gresslvo." A Union Pnclflo official was several days.
approached last night and spoke very
favorably of him. Theodore Lowo has
had to work for what ho has and
knows tho problems of the laboring
man. He is not going to bo extravag-
ant with tho peoples money when ho
gets into the county clork's offlco. ;
Mrs. J. F. Roddy and children left ,
whoro they will spend sovoral weeks i
, ... .
visiting Mrs. Roddy's nieces, Mrs. La'
uosa anu airs. uoss.
1H0 Legion men attended tho Amori
can Legion barbecuo held at Moran ,
, A... 1
""7U JC.Dl. VVUlllllfe. UUIUI IHU gQygjjg
evening barbecued beef, buns, must- ' , Xi , J . ,
ard, beans, coffee and cider wero , Mrfl Jamcs Elllott roturncd hor
served. Music was furnished by the!1101110 ln K"V Saturday aftor vis
North' Piatto band. Tho barbecued ltlng wIth rrlcnds and a"onding tho
beef was furnished by tho Telegraph. ' tencherfl convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams of Los ' W. E. Shorman returned homo Wed
Angolos, California arrived Friday neBday from San Diego whero ho has
oyonlng. Mrs. Adams will spend j heen visiting his fathor.
sovoral weeks visiting at tho F. L. whoro ho has boon visiting his fathor.
Temple homo. Mr. Adams returned i Mrs. II. R. Bradley left Thursday
to Los Angeles Saturday. Mr. and for Grand Island whoro sho will
Mrs. Adams wero former residents ! Bpend two weeks visiting with rola-
Just received a large shipment of Men's Overcoats on
a trade. I am offering for sale men's all wool, all sizes,
all weights and color. Worth up to $40.00. All go at
You can save a week's
these ooats if you need one.
Come down and look at
' SESSIONS TO BEGIN MONDAY
EVENING AND LAST
Delegates from all Woman's clubs of
I,lie atl arc expected to attend tho
-7Ul stnto convention of tho Nobraska
Federation to be hold horo next week.
All stnto and district ofllcers aro ox-
puctod and at least ono national of-
fleer .Tho Session Will nnnn with n
meeting of tho executive Doard at tho
McOabo hotol on Monday ovonlng.
Tuesday morning tho business session
"IU bo hcM followed by a gonoral
session in the afternoon. Tuoaday
ovonlng will bo devoted to addresses
of volcoiuo and addresses by district
, pros,(lonls fol,owl 1,v a rocoptlon by
, tho ?0Tth Plntto Woman's club. Wed-
,,csuny n,m 1 ursiia' w, o uovoteu
to general sessions and vnrlous forms
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
W. E. Shumnn left Wednesday for
sldnoy whoro ,10 wI11 nttoml fctloral
Mrs. Emma Brownoll is enjoying
a two weeks vacation from tho Bar.
kalow Bros. Newstand.
Harold Goings loft Saturday for
Miss Ardla Woods roturned' to lier
homo in Kearney Saturday after
visiting at tho W. C. fioldt homo and
attending tho teachers convention,
Mp imd Mra. .Httrpy LowolI
turnod tho flrst of lho wcek from
ChIcaB0 aftor vlsltlng wlth ro,atlveB
for sovoral weeks.
... T ,
Mr ntiil ATra T. M Mnm nrv Toff' iUn
flrat of tho weok for Gothcnburi;
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whoro they wero called by tho death
, Mr PhMc
Miss Louisa Hansel loft Wcdnosday
for her homo ln Loup City after vlsit-
. , , ... .. ... ,
lnB sovoral days ln tho city with Dori
wages by investing in one of
j LOCAL FIItK PREVENTION ANI) IN
I SURANCE BOARD AWARDS
Sovoral wcekB ago tho local Insur
j nnco board gave out inspection blanka
to all tho school children of tho city.
, The children wcro to fill theso out and
; return thoni to tho board for correc
tion. Lnst ovonlng tho board spont
sovoral hours looking theso papers
over and it was finally decided by the
; judges that tho 7th and Sth grades of
St. Patricks school Bent In tho best
prepared .blanks from a singlo room.
This room will rocolvo tho silver lov
ing cup which must bo won three
consccutivo years in order to bo kopf.
Tho child handing in tho best pre
pared slip will rocolvo $5. John Ed
wards was tho wlnnor. Somo nlno
hundred children of North Piatto
wcro contestants. Every year tho lo
cal Flro Provcntlon and Insurance
board takes chargo or tho contest.
WELL-KNOWN NORTH PLATTE
CITIZEN HAS PASSED
Eugeno R. Plummer was born ln
Durbln County, Ind., February 14,
L1854 and died Octobor, ID, 1922, at tho
ago of G8 years. Ho has been a resi
dent of Lincoln county for tho past
thirty years. Ho has been employed
ns clork at tho Dorryborry & Forbos
storo for tho past olght years. Besides
a host of friends ho loaves a wifo,
and four children all who diod In in
fancy. Tho funeral will bo hold this
ovonlng from tho Mothodlst church at
8 o'clock, Rov. IL E. IIoss officiating.
Tho body will bo taken on nu evening
tr.tln for York, Nebr., and burled bo
sldo his children.
At a mooting of tho Luthornn Aid
society Thursday nftcrnoon Mrs.
Harry S. Johnson roslggncd as presi
dent and Mrs. Carl Brodb'ock was
elected to fulfill this office.
Edward Hanson left last evening for
Council Bluff to spend sovoral wooks
visiting his parents. He was rocontly
discharged from tho navy after sorv
lng four years.
CITY AND COUNTY" NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bretcrnltz loft
Monday for points in Californlo and
Washington whoro thoy will spond
sovoral weoks visiting with friends.
Mrs. J. H. Scott roturnod to her
homo ln Ogallala Saturday aftor vis
iting with friends in tho city for a
C. M. Nowton recolvcd word Sun
day tolling of tho death of his Bistor
Mrs. P. M. French at Rochester, N.
Miss Cathorino Feather of Ogallala
roturned homo aftor spondlng sovoral
days in tho city visiting hor Bistor
Mrs. E. O. Weston.
Mrs. Chns. Coghlll left Monday
for Green City, Missouri whoro aho
was called by tho death of her
mother, Mrs. Emma Harlon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. n. Guiles loft
yesterday for Lexington to apond two
weoks with their daughter Mrs. D.
$1.25 Lyko Tonic $ .88
1.00 Force Vitomine Table'ts .68
.40 Milk Magnesia 28
.30 Analax . .18
.75 Ben Hur Face Powder . ..R8
.60 Djer Kiss Face Powder 1 .48
Woodbury Soap .18
Cremo Oil 6oap, 7 for ' AS
Mulsiflcd Cocoanut Oil Shampoo .38
North Side Drug Store.
NOTED SPECIALIST TO
VISIT JHIS COUNTY
DR. CAROLINE B. HEDGER OF
CHICAGO SPENDS TWO
Dr. Caroline B. Hcdgor of Chicago,
notod child specialist front tho Ellaa
both McCormick Memorial Foundation
Is to spend ono day ln Lincoln coun
ty noxt weok. Tho University Ex
tension Bervico has secured Dr. Hcdg
or for two lectures on Wcdnosday
Octobor 2Gth. At two o'clock sho wil1
Bpenk at Brndy and at 8 p. in. at
Sutherland. . At 3:30 In tho aftornoon
sho Is to address tho stato convontton
of .Woman's Clubs hold nt North
Tho oxtonslon Sorvlco has dono
much toward Improving llvo Btock
conditions In tho stnto but consldora
tho lmprovomont of tho conditions of
childhood as much more important al
though not so much hns been dono
horotoforo along that Mno. Dr.
Hodgor was in Nebraska for a wook
last January nnd tho demand wna bo
I pors'lstont for hor services in dlfforont
parts of tho stato that hor rotrn was
lrrangcd for and October was tho
I earliest dato sho could como.
Ono of tho problems which Dr.
Hodgor Is attempting to boIvo is that
of tho malnourished child. Sho said
Bho has always hopocKaho might Ilnd
a "skinny" child who was porfectly
; well but sho has not boon nblo to find
I ono yot. Tho maluourishod; child,
boBidos his underweight 1 condltluon,
I Is palo, has dark linos under the 070s,
I his musclofl aro flabby and oftlmca ho
1 Is n mouth breather, no may "hnvo
projecting Bhouldor blades, a stooping
poaturo, a prominent abdomen or
curvlturo of tho spine. Ho is nervous,
restless, inattentive, forgetful and
often, irritable and contrary. Dr.
LHodgor, through tho. physical examina
tion of nn undorwolght child, demon
strates somo of tho roasons why tho
child Is unable to gain as does his
ploymatcB. Evory mother should hoar
ono of theso addresses and thoy bto
LOCAL BOYS SCOUTS TO HAYK
MILITARY DRUM AND BUGLE
A drum nnd buglo corps Is to bo
organized by tho members of tho boy
scouts of this city. Earl Stamp Is to
givo tho Instruction nnd Harold Gor
mnn Is drum major of tho now organi
zation. At tho flrst meeting Wodnos
dny ovonlng tho following buglers
topk tholr flrst lesson, Clarenco Todd,
Ralph Wlckwlro, Evorott Howard,
Dolbort Johnson, Jnmcs Chamberlain
nnd Harold Gorman.
Mrs. H. S. Johnson and daughtor
Freda roturned Sunday from Ponca
and Omaha after attondlng tho Luth
eran Synod and visiting with rela
tives. Wo dellvor
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