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RED CROSS DRIVE FOR CLOTHING FOR NEEDY BELGIANS IS ON THIS WEEK. CONTRIBUTE ALL YOU CAN SPARE.
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., SKPTEMIffift 24, 19 1 8.
A1TKAL FOK CLOTHING FOlt
THE DESTITUTE BELGIANS.
riHE DEl'AltTJIENT IS IN
i A DEl'LOHAHLE CONDITION.
jllOAIW SELKC'lS FOIITV-
! NINE OF THE NINETV.
Back from the Gorman wall that has
hommctl In Belgium and part of
Northern France, ton million human
Icings look to us for clothing, as
well as food. We, who arc well cloth
ed. can hardly apprcclato In what
dtro need theso people aro fpr lack of
Tho city council Is up against a At n meeting ot the loca board n
ssorlous situation and a raenaco haiiss partial list of the men who go to
over very property owner in North C?P onBto" ,nt th" ?.vo ??y ,por ml
Platto. Wo refor to the deplorable of 0ctober to 11th. I- orty-n no
condition of tho fire department. For
several weeks tho motor truck has
been out ot commission by reason of
a broken crank' shaft. Repairs were
nonoBiiHon. StnrkM of olnthlnir nnd raw " piwuii criuiK Biiait. puira
material are long since exhausted. ored . e., " " SrKi"
There aro no Imports other than those "L,., afJa 1 in ,,L a"JA
tho Commission for Belief In Belgium . e ; council has to provi o aga Inst
has been permitted to make, and these' rp- "sondes, ordered another
never have been sufficient. Tho world f,"0,.! mL nfLy i Si
te now short ot both clothing and raw S fd i? ,ntin,w
material, so the commission can no MMnR appar atus i concerned o y
, ,t, io nnn,i..i n.if tho old carts are available. But this
vnn noV, riTvw u nt tho worst featuro of the situa
tion. Today there aro but NINE ac-
YOU can GIVE it.
TJn LnnMnli nA I i li o Innrl lint)
, .,, ..i ,),. bo out ot town. What then? Holy on,
named as tlie days for gatnrtng .tneso i , ,,,. ,,,, .,.,i.,., ... '
. 11 i, i,r ,.,, men who havo had no experience in
fomlW (n T.lnxnln miinlv will irn "MUHlg UrCS,
family in Lincoln county will go
through their, wardrobes and select
such garments as they can sparo for
the relief of the stricken and destitute
All branches and auxiliaries are re
quested to bring donations In by Sat
urday to Durbin Auto Co. Ouir min
imum quota Is 1570 pounds.
MBS. A. DURBIN, Chairman.
Mrs. Wickwire, Mrs. A. Howard,
Mrs. A. P. Kelly, Mrs. E. Ogier
Mrs. E. Vanderhoof, Committee.
Two fire calls woro made yesterday.
One was from the west end of tho
north side whero burlnglng grass
threatened adjacent buildings, tho
second was a ilro which destroyed the
coke bin back of tho Union Pacific
Mrs. Graham Duder, a former re
sident of the city, is tho guest of Mrs.
Asa Snyder. Mrs. Duder now lives at
Tho North Platto fire department
must bo built up, or our insurance
rates will bo advanced to a point wo
cannot endure. It must be built up
or none will feel secure in the owner
ship of property. Tho time to act is
now; wo cannot afford to delay.
Child Wellfnro Exhibit.
A number of good oxhlblts aro ex
pected to arrive for exhibition at tho
Child Welfare Booth at th county fair.
Those exhibits aro very Interesting
and aro sent out by various state or
ganizations to help along tho work.
All mothers should see theso ex
hlblts and should register their babies
If they have not been registered before.
The "Over the Top" Red Cross
auxiliary will hold a Bazaar at the
Fair grounds this week at their booth
They will soli home made article and
ANNETTE KELLERMAN IN
"A Daughter of the Gods"
An 8 reel production in which beauty and charm
are the two fascinating, factors. A. spectacular
htm with glorious views ot the tropic sea.
men wero selected last nignt; tno
remaining forty-one will be solectod
today or tonight. Tho men solectod
last night nro:
Raymond T. Harvoy, Sutherland
Walter P. Boachamp. Horshey
Orlo W. Philips, Wallace
Cyrus W. PetorB, Sutherland
Aaron Bartholomew, Horshey
John Kosbau, Horshey
Abo Unruh, Horshey
Molvln T. Johnson, Brady
Charles McKnlght, Moorofield
Marlon E. Bailey, Hershoy
Ray Freeman, North Platte
Harry F. Vonker, Somerset
Phillip J. Hild, Brndy
Claudo M. McMlnn, Sutherland.
Roy S. Hansen, Denmark
Axel C. Isakson, Brady -Henry
Gambia, North Platto
Thomas E. Hill, Moorofield ;
Clydo M. Brown. Wellfleet
Edward V. Jonnlngs, Sutherland
Louis Broedor, North Platto
Win, Clydo Moore, Maxwell
George Flkenscher, Brady
Ray IT. Zlogonhagen, Hershoy
Chas. E Syphor, Somerset
Virgil C: Fowler. North Platto
Ray Tavluger, Wallace
Wllllnni H, Hobbs, Wheatland, Wyo.
OrvnljV.. -Matson, Wollfleot
Goo. B. Cnrllle, North Platto
Oscar M. Brostol, Maxwoll
Jambs F. Campbell, Dickens
Harry E. Jenkins, Horshey
Clarenco' Smith, Wellfleet
Dale B. Murphy, Brndy
Claudo W. Moore, North Platto
Loslio L. Griffiths, Dlcekns
Arthur Gregg, North Platto
Harry Flshor, Maxwell
John J. Durner, Somerset
Clinton B. Runner, Horshey
Georgo I. Bostwick, Hershev
Sholhv L. Sporry. Wallace
Leslie L. Griffiths, Dickens
Edgar P. Anderson, Maxwell
Ray Essloy, Stapleton
Jens C. Chrlstensen, Tryon
Ray M. Hunter, North Platto
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Twlnoni Hospital Notes.
Mr. L, D. Snow left the hospital
yesterday, having recovero d from a
recent operation. Mrs. G. B. Johnson
of Ogallala was oporated on Monday!
morning. Mr. Amos Korrman under
went an ofporatlon yesterday. Mrs.
C. J, Roth of May wood entered tho
hospital yesterday. Dr. Twlnom was
called to Mnywood professionally
Attorney Shuman is transacting
business In Lexington today.
The Economy knitting club will bo
postponed this week.
Girls wanted at Dickey's Laundry.
lied Cross .Hcnellt.
Evrtnllltr nnt nrtntnninnt fm tlin lintin.
fnt of tho Rod Cross will bo given
Wednesday, Thursday and Elrday
Evening- at tho fair grouiuls'ipTho
program will bo ns follows;
p. m. Bnnd Concert. '"'
7;4B p. m. Hnrnoss Race.
in. Flying Vnlontlnos.
v . vv nit if uvu
r1 7:110 n. m. Music bv Lincoln"
fVlllntv TIimiiii mill lliltrlft Hftl-na
I 7:45 p. m. Flying- Vnlontlnos.
S:00 p. in. Band.
8:10 p. m. Harness Raco. ' '
S;5ft 11. in . TCnlinna frnin TTminln.ln
I S:30 p. m. Speaking.
T S:4S ii. in. Hniul lMimln. - I
7:30 p. m. Muslca and Parado
Rod Cross, Sammy Girls, Homo
Guards, Drum Corps and Boy Scouts.
s:oo p. m. Flying Valpntlnos. ,
in. Harness Raco,
HOARD UECI.ASSIEIIIS FORTY-
OXE MUX SATURDAY.
The local board reclassified forty
ono mon Saturday, nil of whom are
marrlmj. Thoy woro takon from Class
hi ami piaceu in uiass ia and itiuosj
thoy nppenl and appeal rocolvos favor
ablo action by district board thoy will
I'.i.lS lUlUHllllUB. - ... 011i.inpt . -nli ., BftIlB, , mi
m. Dupllcato Mulo Riding .Il' m,. i....." ."." .J. '
in wiikii to
I 8:13 p.
. 8:30 p.
.1 9:00 p.
in, Running Raco. Free
innkn nn ntinniil lr tlin
district board. Theso forty-one woro
ro-ciassined from n list ot nlnoty
threo selected And notified somo tlmo
ago. Other ro-classlflcatlon ftom this
number will follow Inter.
Tho mon ro-classlflod nro:
Wallaco E. Owens, North Platto
Frooinnn G. Mlllott, North Platto
Honry D. Knhlor. North Platto
Chester Ellsworth, North Plntto
Harry H. Homphlll, North Platto
Porcy O. Loudon, North Platto
Andrew McGovorn, North Platto
Robt. Rasnmssen, Brady
Raymond Kuhns, North Platto
Guy V. Coatos, Maxwoll
Luko Comically, Wallaco
Floyd Rlchoson, North Platto
Roy'F. Cottoroll, North Plotto
John Bcal, North Platto
Robort Canady, North Platto
Earl F. Wood, Maxwell .
AugtiBt Erlckson, North Platto
Hugh C. Davis, North Plntto
John R. Glnsgow, North Platto
Clarenco Funk, Brndy
Guy H . Brnko. North Platto
Harold Coleman, North Plotto
Carl E. Strayor, North Platto
Bort Ci;nvloy, Wollfleot
Chester Colin, Maxwoll
Robert Caldor. North Platto
Loslio Johnson, North Platte, now
Null tho Kalsor's Coffin.
v. A young lady, who requested
jianie wltlihold for tho prosent,
l)eon directed to roport at Omaha
next wcok for examination for Red
(Jross canteen work overseas.
In this sorvlco tho Individual must
pay hor own oxpensos for at least ono
y(enr, which includes traveling ox
pensos. As this lady has nntrlotlc-
olly offered her sorvlces, tho Sammy In Grnnd Island
Girls, of which aim has linmi nnn. i Arch Mnnnn. Rnilinrlnml
nave oiiorod to dofray liart of hor ex-
Irtinsos which it Is stated, aro nbout
.,200 for tho first yenr. In order to ,
raise theso funds tho Sammy Girls!
have hud mado tho Kaiser's coffin, I
and during tho couaity fair will havo'
it on tho fair grounds and will charge
the pooplo twonty-llvo conts each for
tho privilege of driving a natl In the
coffin. It Is honod that a sufficient.
number of nulls will be driven so that '
tlie heads will form a solid surface of
jEvory one will no doubt want to
drlvo a nail in tho Kaiser's coffin, i
John O'Hnro. Dickons
Molviu Brown. North Plntto
Jesso Robinson. Wollfloet
Thos. McDonald. North Platto
Jules, Brewor, Horshoy
Julius Iiismnn. North Platto
Harry Shlnn, North .Plntto
Orn Wolllvor, Maxwell
Chostor Simpson, North Platto
Cecil Bucknllen. Wollfleot
Albort Ellison, North Plntte
Cecil Carlon, Curtis
43 yoars old ni?
44 years old ; .',114
45s years old.. 91
Merchants Tnko Notice.
Tho FVdoral Food Administration ia
insisting on strict compliance with all
tho rutos promulgated and especially
tho obsorvonco of tho prices as flxrtl
by tho Prlco. Fixing Committoo, Elsa
whoro in this nniir In nuhllBhod tho
now prico list which will govern until
a now ono Is published. Any violation
win no. subject to a ponalty.
i-j. u. u 00 dm AN Oounty Food Ad.
Tho Fair Races.
First of nil we want to thank the
6 h (rwm
'Little Sister" Dresses
QUAINT "Little- Sister" Frocks. Crisp and new for girls who
start to kindergarten. '
A VARIETY of colors in good quality gingham; Made in
small plaids, checks and plain shades.
HIGH waist line. Neatly tailored with wide hems which can
be let out, Sizes 2r 3, 4, 5, 6. ,
A SET of paper dolls- with dresses which reproduce the models
on display in our store. Free to Every Little Girl Tomorrow.
Wilcox Department Store.
Tlin rnr-nu nt Hin nnnntv fnlr lila Pllbllc for tliolr llllfirnl nnfrnnnirn nf.
week nromlso to bo tho host North forded us thus far during our anlo,
Platto has over seen. This anpllos not wnRU haa 1,0011 Vor grntlfyng to us
onlv to tho harness mens hi-.it. to tho and wo sincoroly bolievo that moat of
running ovonts nB well. Horses that! th2. P0Plo aro- appreciating our effort
lirodMn tlio sTalo f alr hnccs1UiVS,bovn,lt?,Blv -'thom morchandlso-1 nt a prlcfel
entered in this week's program. Thoro
are on the groundu thirty runners, and!
tno trotters and pacers show up al
most nB strong in number.
Tno program will bo as follows:
Wtdnesdny Trot for 3 year-olds
and under, four entries, purso $200;
2:25 pneo, five entries purse, $350.
Thursday 2:15 trot, flvo entries,
purso $350; 2:10 pnee, flvo entries,
purso $350; 2:25 trot, flvo entries,
Friday 2:20 pace, six entries, pruso
$350; 2:12 pace, flvo entries, purso
$350; 2:30 trotv flvo entries, purso
Auto and motorcyclo races Satur
day starting at 1:30 Two mile motor
cycle, six entries, purso $15; flvo
milo auto race, eight entries, "purso
$200; threo milo motorcyclo, six en
tries, purso $25; ton milo auto race,
eight entrlos, purso $300; flvo milo
motorcyclo, six entries, purso $G0;
fifteon mile auto race, eight entries,
purso $500; sweepstake auto raco, en
tries are the winners of iprovlous races
runo $1,000. An elimination tryout for
that under those war conditions Is a
suro saving of nionov. Hnwovr. It
has como toour notlco that a fow
peoplo do not apprcclato ths fact and
remarks havo boon mado by thoso
very people that our merchandise Is
old stock. Now thiB Is entirely fnlHn
and wo want to disillusion their minds
or tins orror. Wo want to ny right
horo, that our merchandise In tho line
of Suits, Conts, Dressos otc. Is of
necessity now and Is nbsolutoly up to
dato In cvorv Particular but wo lnnfe
tho display room that wo aro striving
io goi in orunr to do justlco to tho
customer ns woll as our merchandise
This Is not Idlo talk but truth. Iri
connection horowlth wo want to say
thnt for this very reason, namely,
LACK of SPACE, tvo will nsk tho
knockers to slay out and mnko room
for the buyers who npproclato good
morchnndlso nt a prlco.
E. T. TRAMP ft SONS.
: :o: :
PoIiiIooh Will Be Inspected
Nobraska potntoos, when shinned
auto races will bo held Saturday! horeufter, must carry official liiBpec
Iio o'clock. tlon of tho Fodorni Food Admlnlstra-
Mon o' Nenrasim, according to recent
Lnsl oHco In Oinnlin Ren Subscriber, rulings' of Administrator Wnttks
I am required to forward to tho To C(U'ry out tho provisions of tho
publishers a lM of all subscribers on'B.radtng and sorting regulations of
Sept. 27th, 1918 to bo In tholr hands 1 1110 government, twoivo or moro In,
Sent. noth. 1918 clvlnir tlin dnto ir.spoctorB will bo nppointed by Wnt
expiration. itlos ln 1110 cnIot shipping centers of
It Is a govornomnt order thnt all
daily papers shall be discontinued on
Oct. 1st, 1918 unless puid in ndv'anco.
You will have to call or sond your
subscription, ns I cannot got my boys
to collect since school commenced.
Very truly, your,
Agont for Tho Beo.
Mrh. B, A. Cram and daughtor left
this morning for Altanta, Ga., whero
Rov. Cram Is stationed as Chaplain
In tho cantonment.
tho state Thoso Inspectors will ox
amino all carlot shipments of potatoes
and lssuo certificates showing grades
and condition of tho potntooB. A nom
lna Inspection fee of $2 por car will
Ob charged, payable by tho shlppor.
Tho regulations provide that all
liconsod potato dealers miiBt, havo
potatoes Inspected If thoy donl in car
load lots. Tho only exception is tho
grower but If ho Is Boiling to licensed
dealers, ho will bo forced to ship
graded potatoes or thoy will not bo
Wednesday-At the SUN
S03IK FIGURES PK11TAIMXG TO
THE EAST REGISTRATION.
WllOll Clorlt Allen, of tlin rmrlatr.i.
Hon board, numbered the Inst rpirin-
trntlon card of tho men who registered
oopiomuer l-'tn, Hint card horo tho
figiiroo of 2597. Of thoso 2597 men
who registered. 2188 worn nnflvn
bom, sovouty-slx woro nnturaltzed
cltLzons. fifty-four boenmo citizens
thru tbtelr fnthor'a naturalization
forty-olght had taken out tholr first
Manors mill wnrn nnnlnntnMn
-i ' ' VJ llUlt'UUUIII.Ull.
Tho whttos numbered 252k
fourteen nnd orientals thirty-throe.
The number of men of each ago
woro as follows.
18 years old. 204
10 yoars old." iki
20 yoars old...; , 1G3
21 yoars old ic
(From 21 to 31 tltoro woro but tlilr-
ty-two registrants, tills being duo to
tho formor registration.) ' "
32 yonra old "...108
33 yonra old ...19G
34 yoars old ma
years old ;..16D
years old ,,163
yoars old. 152
years old ...130
years old." 150
SAMMY GIRLS THEATRE
VIOLA DANA in
"THE ONLY JRftAD"
and CURRRNT EVENTS
10 and 20 Cents. Doucet's Orchestra
at THE SUN
THE SAMMY GIRLS THEATRE
BARBARA CARLTON and MADGE EVANS in
And o LYONS-MORAN COMEDY
10 and 20 Cents
NO BIOliH TOUJtlNG Oil
ItOADSTERS WILL BE 1JUILT
UNTIL AFTER THE 1VA11.
See us at once before flnal
shipment from branches stop.
We have some used Fords
which are in first class condi
tion ' and know of others for
sale. Place you order before
considering any other make.
FORD TRUCKS will be made
at tho Detroit factory and ship
ped direct, but the out put will
Ve are in position to fill or
ders now and will have other
JL UJPA Ji JL JL flLaViV
F. 0. 11. NORTH PLATTE
Don't buy a Touring car made
into a Truck or spend $1,200 to
$1,500 for a truck when you can
buy a real Ford Worm drive
Truck (same drlvo as used on
Pierce Arrow Truck.) Tho prico
We havo the agency for the
Fordson Tractor and tho farm
equipment for it. Wo will have
this machinery on exhibition in
our new home Fair Week.
Mr. Farmer wo solicit part of
your time while herV 'during
Fair Week to demonstrate to
you tho Tractor and Farm
equipment. We carry 'a com
plete stock of repair parts for
our Autos and Machinery, also
Bodies for Trucks and Winter
Tops for your Ford Touring
Hendy-Ogier Auto Co.,
FORI) AUTHORIZED TRUCK
AND TRACTOR AGENCY. .
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