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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., APRIL 30, 1918.
THE CA3U FUXSTOK BAND
WILL VISIT THIS CITY.
T. C. Pattoraoii, chairman ot tho
County Council of DofcjiBos received a
phono messa&o from Governor Novllle
'Saturday stating that tho Camp Fun
eton band would make a tour of the
Union Pacific towns ns far wost as
North Platto, then up tho North Rlvor
branch and tho Burlington Into Wyom
ing and back over "tho Northwestern.
It our peoplo so desired, the band
would stop hero at a probablo cost of
Yostorday Mr. Patterson got Into
communication with tho Governor's
offlco at Lincoln and learned that ac
cording to tho itinerary tho band will
reach North Platto at 5:45 tomorrow
evening on train No. 17. Arrange
ments havo been madei for a concert
by tho band at 7:00 at tho court house
park If tho weather Is favorablo; if
unfavorable tho concert will ho given
in tho Franklin auditorium. Tho con
cert Is givon iarly so that tho program
can bo concluded before tho Engineers'
May Party opens,
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Order No. 3.
Advisory and Financb committee,
Lincoln County Home Guards.
Chairman, Ira L. Baro; T. C. Pat
terson, County Council of Dofcnse; E.
F. Soeiborgor, Red Cross; A. P.
Kelly. Sammy Girls; A. E. Bell; W.
It. -Richards', D. W. Macomber, W.
W. Huntor, J. W., Fowler, A. W.
Shilling, A. W. Brown, J. Hoga.
A. W. SHILLING, Captain.
Mrs. Will Slmants and daughter loft
this morning for a visit in Omaha.
Our entire stock of spring Wool
Suits at 20 per cent off the regular
prico at BLOCK'S.
H.N. Getty was called to Holdrego
yesterday by a telegram announcing
'the seriioup illnetn of his mother.
SUllSCRIl'TIONS OF U. P.
EMPLOYES TOTAL $83,050.00.
' Employes of tho Union Pnclilo at
North Platto havo not only gono over
tho top on tho quota Bot by Genoral
Manager Jeffers. but all departments
In this city, including cnginomen and
train mon who live hero, aro ono
hundred per cent subscribers. Tho
avorago subscription of each employ
was around one hundrod dollars.
Tho showing Is a splendid ono, re
flecting credit on tho employes for
tnolr loyalty to country.
Tho subscriptions by departments
wore as follows:
M. P. and M. Department. . ..$21,350
Store Department 1,400
Train and Enginemen........ 56,500
Dlsptchors, clerks, operators.. 1,850
iTrnck Doparmcnt 4,450
Frolglit" house 1,000
B. and B. Department 1,000
NORTH PLATTE' PATRIOTISM
IS FIRED LAST NKJHT.
The Pacific Fruit Express Company
employos are nlso one hundrod per
cent In their subscriptions, subscribing
a total of $1,300.
Dr. A. J. Ames, of Potter, Is In
town today onrouto home from Omaha
Ho mado application for enlistment
In the army medical corps and filed
,tho requlrled Information and after
an olapso of consldorablo tlmo was
summoned to Omaha. When he arrived
Micro yesterday ho was rejected on
account of his age. Tho doctor was
greatly disappoint!'!, ns he Is In
tensely patriotic and desired to servo
his country In active service.
Guaranteed $10.00 Human Hair
switches for $5.50. Coates Boauty
Parlor. McDonald Bank Bldg.
J. B. Itedfleld made a professional
visit to Julesburg yesterday.
Archdeacon Bowker went to Grand
Island yeBterday for a short visit.
Hand Made Bags
There is nothing that can
add more refinement to
the ladiesccstume than a
Cordova Hand Made ,
Pocket Book or Bag.
HARRY DIXON, Jeweler.
Patriotism for country and loyalty
to tho twenty-ono boys who left for
Camp Fuhboii was ovjdonced Inst
night In a wondorful meeting at tho
Franklin auditorium; a gathorlng that
moro than filled the soatlng capacity
of tho big hall ; an audlonco that ff or
veaced with onthuslasm and loudly np
plaudod tho Boldlor boya, tho spoakors
aiid tho musicians. Thoro was no dis
counting tho patriotism of tho moro
than ono thousand mon and wonitln
presont; enthusiasm, that will con
tinue so long ns tho war lasts, and If
possible Increase In its intensity.
Tho occasion was a farowoll ro
coptlon -tendered thi departing boys
by the Snimy Girls, and tho attendance
nnd tho enthusiasm was heightonod
by tha mobilization nnd short march
of tho Homo Guards, tho splendid
Homo Guards band nnd tho
dlTldlent Homo iGuards tUuun corps
recruited by Drum Major Bock during
the past three days. Tho Inspiring
music or tno nnnu ami drum corps
fired tho loyalty of mon In lino and tho
crowds ion tho streets, and when the
meeting at th:i auditorium oponod they
were Johnnie on Uio spot with a big
load of onthuslasm.
The audlonco was addressed by two
very ablo speakers. Mrs. B. A. Cram
and Rev. Franklin Koch. nddrosBOS
that wirlro full of patriotism, woll do
Uvored and enthusiastically rocolvod.
Interspersed In progrnm worst selec
tions by band, selections by the Homo
Guards male quartette, corafet solo
with orchestral accompalnmont by
Earl Stamp, readings by Miss EJsIo
Waltemnth, and vocal solos by Miss
Carroll Derryberry. The soldier boys
were escorted to the stngo, 'each
presented with a Bwentor and comfort
kit by John E. Evans In behalf of
the Sammy Girls, and whilo doing bo
NEWS ABOUT THE HOYS
WHO ARE IX SERVICE.
Lieut. J. S. SImms, In tht modlonl
corps at Camp Funston, arrived homo
Friday ovonlng on a short visit whilo
enrouto to Cnnlp Dodge, whore ho has
Llout, Ray V. Loudon, formorly of
LOCAL ANJ PERSONAL
Mrs. Joseph Qulnn was called to
Omaha Sunday by tho serious Illness
ot her sister.
Now Is tho timo to buy how Spring
Bulls at a discount of 20 por cont nt
Mils city, but of late living in Denver, today visiting friends nnd looking
Is now in, nctlvo sorvlco In Franco, aftor business mattors.
uuviiig nrnveu in mat country several
Ralph Vromnn, who is with tho bal
loon section at Fort Omaha, Is expect
ed homo on a visit tomorrow. Ralph
has passed tha necessary examination
nnd Is slated to go overseas In tho
Word lihs been received from Joss
Vornon. nttondlng the radio school at
Harvard university, that ho will soon
be assigned to tho naval nlr squadron
anu soon tnereartor leave for "ovor
Ernest Rlnokor and "Jim" Clinton
aro now stationed at Quantlco, Vn., as
members ot tho marine hospital corps.
Ernest writos that his first work aftor
arrival thoro was to dlslnfdct 800 gas
Waltor Hoxio, now at tha Harvard
radio school, expects to rocelvo an tiB
slgnment within a fow days. "Mall no
moro boxos of candy," says Waltor,
"for It is not Hkoly I will bo horo
whon it arrives."
Harris Stuart, a corporal In-tho light
tank sorvlco, was ordorcd with othors
to proceed from Gottsburg to Hobokcm,
but upon arrival at Hobokon no trans
ports could bo furnished and tho men
woro returned to Gettysburg.
Luclon M. Walkor, son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. L. L. Walker of 'this city, who Is
In tho radio sorvlco at tho Great Lakos
training station, Is homo on a visit Ho
has 'passed tho examination nnd will at
Wnntod Girl for gonoral housework
702 wost Fourth. Call Rod 1C0.
Fred J. Withiw, latoly In tho" em
ployment ot tho Union Pacific in this
city, wont to Omaha tho lattor part of
last wd;k, enlisted In Mio Thirty-first
onslneorlug corps nnd has boon sent
to Ft. Riley.
Now Is tho Umo to buy now Spring
suits nt a discount of 20 por cent at
Tho not receipts of Uio Engineer's
May Party to bo hold tomorrow ovon
lng Will bo given to tho Rod Cross.
For this reason no compllmontnry
tickets havo or will bo issued to resi
dents of tho city.
Visit our Infant wear department
everything for tho baby 16 wear, main
Postoftlco Inspector W. M. Smith,
who makes North Platto his. hoad
quartors was called to Groonvlllo,
Texas, Mio lattor part of last week by
tho Illness of his wlllfl. ThlB morning
Postmaster MoEvoy rooejvod a telo
gram from Mr. Smith stating that
Mrs. Smith hod died.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Elliott, who
had boon spending tho wlntor at St.
Cloud, Fla., arrived homo tho lattor
part of Inst weok.
C U't tl CT in Mm ti'nnAlnl MinnlluH 11..
who to iuou biooi winamiu . l'TniiKiin auditorium Thursday 6von
towpr, extra heavy; S, 30 foot 4 inch Ing tho final lecuro of tho courso glvon
anglo irons, sultnblo for building usojjby Rov. Koch will bo postponed until
1 gontlo family horso, buggy and Friday ovonlng ot this wook, flight
harness. 100!) wwbt 10th. Phono Blnck o'clock. Tho subject will bo "The
8431 31-2 j Dovolopmont ot tho Churchos" with
Found beforo McCabo Hotel A sot dlftoronces .betwdejn tho Lutheran
of falso toeth. Owiior call on Dr. Mor
rill, Dentist. K. C. Building.
D. W. Mncombor, who wna appoint
ed recruiting officer north of tho rlvor
for tho cavalry division of tho Homo
Guards reported last ovon,lng that
ho. had obtained twenty-six recruits
for tho cavalry and two for tho In
fantry. Crepo nnd Satin camisoles and com
binations. E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
j use now silk nnd tho washnhln
church and oMior churches explained.
Lecture nt tho Episcopal church. Tho
public Is invited, 1
ho nmused tho audience" with story andltim rwi nf iiu fnrimitii im oo,,t Tin,.
lest. The meeting closed with singing yard university for further instruc
The boys left on train No. 4 at 11:30
and several hundred assembled at tho
depot to give them a final farewoll
LOCAL AN1 i'EKSONAL
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Performance "delivering the goods" is the
biggest feature to be considered when you come to
buy a motor car. "Will it do as I expect? It is
thorougly reliable? Is it easy to understand? Is it
reasonable in cost of operation?" Well, you cannot
go far before meeting one of the millions of Ford
owners, and he, or she, will give you the correct ans
wer. Place your order today.
Runabout $435; Touring Car $450; Coupelet $500;
Town Car $645: Sedan $695; One-Ton Truck Chassis
$600. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. Your order
HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO.
Passenger Conductor W. R. Hardlnc
resumol his run yesterday after a slx
Will Elliott, employed In tho local
yards, loft Sunday night for Ft.
Rilciy to enlist in the engineering
. 1C0 new spring Wool suits aro now
offered at a discount of 20 per ocmt
Tho Club.ttevitn will be ontertalned
at .a theatro party by Mrs. John Tuck
er tomorrow evening.
Mrs. O. W. Slzemoro and daughter
Ruth returned this mornlne: from
Horshoy where they had been visiting
relatives tor several days.
For Sale At 1209 W. 2d. Household
goods including piano, all practically
new. Phono Black 874. - 31-2
Will Schram. who has been mil
ployed at the experimental sub-station
expects to leave for Omaha Wednes
day to enlist in the navy.
Our entire stock of spring Wool
SuitB at 20 por cent off the regular
price at ttUJUK'S.
St. Patrick's church will soon un
furl a sorvico Hag with twenty-nine
stars, representing the young men of
mat cnurcn who are In the; service.
250 coats at spoclal prices for
this weok only at BLOCK'S.
Gilbert ClauBon and family will
movei this week to Sidney. Ho is on
glnoor on the local freight between
Julosburg and Sidney which makes his
removal to Sidney necessary.
Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Leonard, of
Alliance, returned to tnolr homo in
that city last evonlng nftjeir visiting at
uio pome or Mr. and Mrs. A. A
News comes from Basin. Wvo.
tolling of tho birth about threo wtaoks
ago of a baby boy named Donald
Howard Sturges to Mr. and Mrs. L.
Sturges formerly of North Platte.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hllllkor, of Oma
ha, woro in town Sunday visiting
frlondB. Mrs. Hllllker had accompanied
tnoir son diaries to Fort Logan and
Mr. Hllllked came up from Omaha to
accompany her home.
Fancy fibre silk hose $.59. spoclal
uargam. is. t. tramp & SONS.
Baby Mario Osborne'ln her cloverest
play "Tears and Snillos" will be the
attraction at the Crystal tonight. It
has beon soma tlmo since you hnVc
had tho opportunity of aaeiing Baby
, Whilo no definite word Iim been
received, the local exemption -bourd 1
Inclined to believe that within a week
or so a call will he Issued for more
men for the national army. It Is
thought this call will he for not lens
than 180,000 men.
Or. Morrill. Dentist
Attached to a, special train which
passed east at noon yesterday were
two sleepers filled with trooM from
the Hawaiian Islands. Among the boys
were a dozen or more natives of the
Island who were fine singers, and had
with them their ukeleles.
New Spring styles in our corsot de
partment, elastic top models In front
and back lace. E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
In the county court this foronoon
Jim Connolly will nnswor to the
chargo of Illegally Helling liquor. Tho
charge Is perforrod by Ed Erlckson,
who was twico arrostod on tho chargo
of drunkennoes, and on tho Bocond
offense was glvon sixty days in Jail.
Rathor than servo this sontonce, ho
turned Btate'B ovldonco, designating
uonneliy as tho ono from whom ho
purchased the! liquor.
You must sea our now coats Just
unpacked and put on aalo at a great
saving in price, BLOCK'S.
- Wm. Connor, living ton mllos south
of town, Friday rocolved a letter from
Paul Davis who Is in tho navy. In his
letter Paul says ho had Just returned
from a trip to Franco on tho 20th. On
tho way ovor to Franco thoy had
sunk ono submarlno and on tho way
homo two. Ho stood on the deck and
saw thlrty-ono shots fired from six-
" ' u ono of tho subs beforo it
is sunk. While in Franco ho was 150
miles irom tho trenches during tho
great spring drlvo. On tho return trip
they brought homo a lond of wounded
soldiers. Ho Is probably on his wny
back to Franco again as he said thoy
wyro to loavo shortly on another trip.
Nottco to Creditors.
Estnto No. 1GG0 of Amanda M.
Thomson, deceased In tho county court
ot Lincoln county, Nobraska.
Tho Slato ot Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said ostato will tako notlco that tho
tlmlri limited for presentation and filing
of claims agahiBt said ostato Is August
31. 1918, and for BOttlemot of said
dross for ladles. E. T. TRAMP & SONS. 1 0Btato ls April 2G, 1910; that I will sit
wi Qnn in VonGoo z rccolvW a, county, on May 31, 1918, at 9 o'clock
wlro Sunday announc nir Mm i rtii nf ' ...i a.. 01 mio o
?..! H . M"-an,l Mrs. O. H. Hand-, a. m.. to rocolvo. oxamlno. hoar.
... i Vi a Mrs' Ilnndly was for- allow, or adjust all claims and objec
morly Miss Anna VonGootz. For tho Hons duly filirld.
thlrtoonth tlmo Mr. and Mrs. VonGoctz i WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
!LRvpJ?gcp'.o grandparents. 1 n30-4wks. County Judge.
Julian Eltinge in "The Widow's Might"
Get a new view point on eugenics! See a man mother a
baby and give new impetus to the suffrage cause.
Crystal Theatre, Thurs. and Fri. May 2-3.
Adults 15c plus war tux 2c, 17c. Children 10c plus war tax lc, 11c.
ECT and CON
.The principal business of Our Country today is WAR. We see it ancl its fruits in
every movement of the HOUR. We are Buying Bonds and Stamps to maintain OUR
LIBERTY. We arc conserving loods and materials in order to give Our Soldiers and
Allies their proper needs. THE WHEATLESS DAYS MEAN A SHORTAGE OF BREAD
STUFF. The 1918 Crops of this section look promising and they must be protected by
you and conserved through the war measures of our Government. The prices are high,
the demand is great. Your Government insists that every one must produce and conserve
to the limit. This means more acres farmed, more cattle, hogs, sheep nnd more money
borrowed with which to operate. Therefore, your stock and crops must be protected
against loss. We arc ready and willing to assist you in every way possible with ADVICE,
INSTRUCTION and give any aid that WE CAN RENDER. Those LIVE STOCK, AUTO
MOBILES and BUILDINGS should be PROTECTED AGAINST THAT uncontrolable pest,
known as HAIL, We are writing Hail Policies now that are effective after May 15th,
which covers you for the 1918 Hail Season.
Should you insure now and report to us on. or before May 15th that your crop is
winter killed or gone, your .policy is cancelled without uny cost to you'. The following
rates are quoted by us which apply for 1918 season in. this county:
WHEAT, CORN, OATS, SPELTZ, - Wl Per Cent.
BARLEY AND RYE, - - - -SUGAR
BEETS, - - - - -POTATOES
AND BEANS - -
121 Per Cent. Limit rer
13 Per Cent. Acre $30.00
151 Per Cent.
Limit per Section 2,500.00 by any one company, The above rales are based on a
limit of $10.00 per acre for small grain but we can cover you for any nmount you dashp
in one or more-companies. OUR TERMS ARE CASH or. NOTE DUE IN FALL, NOTE
RATES SAME AS CASH RATE.
TERMS TO SUIT
NOTHING BUT OLD LINE
Write or Telephone us.
J. C. HOLLMAM, Att-y.
Res. Phone Red 384.
At your Service day or night.
J. B SEBASTIAN, Mgr.
Res. Phone Red 340.
3rd Door East of Post Office.
PHONE RED or BLACK 612.
North Platte, Nebraska.
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