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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., APRIL 22, 1919.
TICTOJtY LOAN CAMPAIGN
NOW IN FULL SWING
SERVICE TO McCOOK,
VICTORY LOAN PAYMENTS
ARK MADE VERY EASY
APPROPRIATION OF $8,0(M) FOR
NORTH PLATTE SUB STATION
THE NEW AUTO LICENSE WHELAN SECURES CONTRACT.
LAW NOW IN EFFECT FOR , STATE AID ROAD ,
L. ' ,
Tho now auto law passed by tho "'tis 'or tho construction of tho now
legislature with omergoncy clause is' floral Uxto aid road between
The campaign to secure subscrip
tions, of $476,200 to the Victory Loan
was launched yesterday by County
Chairman Tcmplo, but the canvass of
tho city did not begin until today. A
meeting of tho city solicitors was hold
at tho fdeeral building at ton oclock
this forenoon, when tho solicitors
wore assigned tho territory In which
thoy are to work, and were supplied
with the necessary blanks. At the
close of this meeting a number of the
solicitors began work, especially those
who woro assigned blocks in tho bus
iness districts with a view of winding
up the work as quickly as posslblo.
Tho commlttco appointed to solicit
from railroad employes began work
yostorday and succeeded in obtaining
quito a number of subscriptions dur
ing tho day. .,
'No reports from country towns and
precincts had been received up to the
timo of going to press this forenoon,
but it is presumed that the campaign
was started yesterday as orlglnall)
At the thrco banks of tho city a
number of applications for bonds
woro taken, and A. Coolldgo, living
north of the river unsolicited called
on Chairman Templo and subscribed
Chairman Temple" says that indica
tions arc that the present loan quota
will bo more easy to secure than the
More and more people are Ifelng In
terested In closed cars, for their fam
ily use. I would suggest that you in
spect the new Dodge Brothers and
Chandler Sedans, both four door
models. J. V. Romlgh Dealer,
A girl baby was born Friday morn
Beginning May 1st, tho Davis Auto
Co. will inaugurnto a transport ser
vice to Maywood and McCook, using
a Nash ono and ono-half ton truck for
tho service. At tho beginning tho
service will bo trl-weekly, the truck
going over one day and returning tho
next, but, as tho traffic develops
moro trucks will be added and the
servico will bo dally.
This service will open up a now
trade territory for North Platto mer
chants and especially those who do a
wholesale business. Ono of tho firms
that will be largely benefited will be
the Stacy Morcnntilo Co., which thru
this servico will bo enabled to supply
a section that could not heretofore
bo reached by reason of tho round
about railroad routing,
TTio payments on tho Victory loan
notos are such that It makes it very
easy for tho subscribers to moot tho
installments if ho can not pay cash at
tho timo that ho subscribes
now in offect. and from thlB!n I'latto and Sutherland woro
Senator W. V. Hoaglnnd returned
from Lincoln Saturdny and
lllflm.l.1 il.n T.lkilnn 1. I. Ill
I pronrlatlnir $5 000 for a noultrv farm ; t,mo forward purchasers of cars must opened Saturday in tho presence or
nri7i .rv 'n? Siffl -F nay the increased license. This voarJStato Engineer Johnson, Deputies
Tlin Inntnlltrwmt nlnii In nn fnllmv'R! II,,.. ........... i i..i. i t.. iv license in $10 fnr rhra wnichinir Cochran and Morrlck nnd the county
Ten percent at time of subscription, 1 days when poultry Is so valuablo ah 2000 Pounds or undor and fifty cents commissioners. There woro threo bids
ton porcent on July 15th, twenty por-' adjunct to tho avoraco farm the ml- ndditlonal for each 100 poundB over "led, the lowest nnd host of which was
cent August 12th, twenty percent Sop- uition of this department to 'the Bib- 200,)- Aul dealers must ropoft to tho Presented by C. T. Whclan, of this city,
tembor 9th, twenty percent October stnUon is in lino with tho doslro to c,ounty treasurer each car thoy sell, "J to him tho contract .was varded
7th and. twenty porcent with accrued BiVo the farmer tho ndvantatro of do- tll "amo r t,l purchaser, tho make , 1)1(1 or Mr. Whelau Was Si
interest' Nnvnmlinr nth. No navmonts ln...,i. . ..i of tho car. tho wolcht and other lnfor- , cents per cubic yard for earth work
,,. UAIVHIIICmiHIUIlO - , 0lf ,. A., ,..!
arc asitca in Juno for the reason tnai in au uncs in which ho Is interested.
Mm Itirtnmrt nv will fnrntoli in irnnfl. 1 mi.
ury with all the money needed for that tforth Plato sub-statlon for tlio next ff t"rncd, !to the county drag- "B,n"
month. two years is slxty-elKht thousand illnB fund, nnd tho remaining sovonty-. ceJp ostlmato totiUB 3G,6C0.30.
It will thus bo seen that tho sub- dollars This is for the n "into a co of ftvo ,op 00,11 B08 to tho stato enB,n" Th n?th of ,6 road, 8 a Action
I nnd sixty conts per cubic yard for
Twonty-flvo por cent of tho llccnso surfacing with gravel. Tho cost of
scrlbor has a porlod
months in which to
ments, and eighty percent of the pay- uosted nnd nlnnnm! liv Sunt Snviinr
I A ...t I 1. f ft. "
. Tho Davis uo. will make a trial trip i meiua wm do cuiiuu ior auur iuu and endorsed by the head of tho ag
thls week In order to establish sta-1 farmer has had an opportunity to mar- rlcultural college. Those improve
tions, make out n schedule and attend ket at lea8t l)nrt of ,,,s wheat crop, ments will add to tho efficiency of the
to other preliminary work. It conceded by all that these Vic- genernl work of tho station.
"While the purpose of this transport tory notes arc a splendid Investment, u B not improbablo that at Borne
service is to handlo freight traffic, bearing as thoy do thp four and, threo future timo tho agricultural school at
passengers who deslro to make the quarters porcent intorost and payablo Curtis will bo removed to North Platte
trip on a truck will bo taken. )I four years. sub station. The Curtis school Is somo-
::o:: iT"!:o!i T7 what of a failure so far as attendance
Ensicr Services Well Attended.- ! c ,""",, ?"'" !?', ? iiiinn ,B concorcd, and it Is now gonorally
Easter services at the city churches I Sun.da evening while i J. P. Pillion conceded that a mlstnko was made
woro largely attended, there was a I ao wu,",b ,lu"u U1,V,U in nqt locating it at North Platto in
of over six the suh-statlnn nnd fnr nnmhor '"S department but must bo used r i neiee n nuics. so it moans inc.
make his pay- imnfm Z w , .."lon roads within tho county. In which "cany wo per mi o.
profusion of floral decorations, ser-1 s.as run do,wn bJ an,ttt0 traveling In conjunction with tho sub-stntlon.
mens appropriate to tho day were de- c!am, d,rc drJ?0l b' a ina,l " : :o: :
llvered and tho choirs rendered spe- hd anTs ,3 , Th? a"nual meeUhg qf tho Eptaco-
ciai programs, i-r uay evening ino..nR. , , - pal church was hold last evening. Re
ljutneran cnoir renuereu "me uruci
flxlonf and Sunday afternoon tho
Methodist choir, nssisted by an aug
mented orchestra gave a cantata.
2V4 acres, alfalfa, choicest soil, good
7 room house with basement, garage,
tho license is nald. The Htntn on- '"is should glYO us a good dirt road
ginoor, however, designates tho roads to Sutherland. y
on which tho money is to bo expend-1 Tuo contract calls for the Work, to
cd. t " completed not later than November
Thoro are about 3000 cars in Llucoln flrst- Mr Wholan announces that', ho
county and nftor this year this license w,n beBln tho work nB soon as ho can
will create n fund of botweon $35,000 got the necessary machinery On tho
and $40,000. Thls'ls nearly doublo tho Bround. x Tho construction will bo
amount of monoy which In years past un,'of the supervision of tho state en
has boon nvallnbe for road work ln'B'Ucor.
tho county. With those additional : yO'.'.
funds n marked lmprovomont can bo ! m, Orjrnniie for Cnmpnlgn.
mndo in our roads. Tno nn.,f uozen or moto employes
, . .0. who wont to Omaha Friday to atteifll.
' In... i i . ...
uiu rauroaa vioiory loan committeo
"r.. ,. ii'.. i, ii i
. iV.J":. V"nv' .. moeotlng. returned Sunday and oman.
says: "aormacodeS 1
ItiRtnnil nf tho hrnkn PMHInn wna J,m l"ruu WUB IIUIU mat evening. 110- in pnrq nro linnt nn wrnxlrlnn- f "- wjuupyuij; uu OUICO in
."LnH.1"-. Pots of the work for tho past year , L' H? " K "1 M depot building and began solicit-
" ""."; . r.,.7'",.i:.,r"' wore read and the budget discussed. ,7- ""r"- ' . "'""i"' suuscriptions
, D'"r Z.r P. W. ninckor was elected sonlor war- r,V" , "..V'J""B!.. uu organizing.
IliLll IIIL. (Ill LMK llt'llll Itllll III'lllHi'M fill . . . . ' L I I I I 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I T 1 1 1 II 1 1 V II fill llir Dinin.
bad cut on the head and bruises on ' "V" .Yi. 1 ""'-throughout Germany nnd by stato
the face and body. Bennett convoycii vo(.,' VIS J,. m n monts credited to membors of tho for-
Fllllon to tho Twlnem hospital whero pnlrl ?Tw..fv ri nr C; olgn offlco. Tho peace commission is
the latter was given proper attention " " n iili? niv fi 8,atC(1 to leavo Tuesday morning for
and yesterday afternoon was taken to ,Nownian' """V Dixon, Edmund Versailles.
Every Union Pacific em?
Ilia mmn Dnnnn t .nn.ir JaJ tl.nt """"J U Jmillll. onnonnl l
ing to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Souders. The chicken bouse, private irrigation no was at fault nnd wns very sollclt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Realty of Brady, ! created over all Germany that the
mother and daughter are at the Gen,- plant. An Ideal Home. Acreage can bo 0U8 that Mr. Pillion receive " proper Buests of their son IV. II. Bcatty. i poaco dolcgatos will go Into tho Ver-
..vo.. .nnu me uiuub nuu-uuiuuu imu iuu. ruuue mo uuuui niedical attention. ;iirH. ueauy recently unaerwont a sen-; sallies meeting nnd turn down tho nl
O. H. THOELECKE.
keith theatre Wednesday and Thursday
A Special Extraordiuary Feature
'the MAN HtJNTER'
With WILLIAM FARNUM
A story of wrong-righted. A long, long trail with loye triumphant
Sign Primary Hill
Governor MoKolvIo has- signed tho
bill amending tho statowldo primary
law so thnt all Btato officer below
dl Tl- f..-. . nll.nl oml Imr nnnnrn! nnnllnn I. ,.n A . . "T. ' . ' BumilWI BI1UI. UUruailOr OO
uiunu, iuuucti ycuiK ' b.,-" o"'""' i oi xiiiiyiii. ui uuvinuiij win uo turnea nominated In convention Instoad of
o)18 operation at the Mayo Bros, hos-' lied terms, threatening thnt tho gov-
ployo nt this terminal will bo solicited
tho subscriptions from UiIb source
will probably not bo less than Sno
wbird of tho quota for Lincoln county.
was taken before
yosterday on tho
r charge of delin
quency filed by Truant Officer Elliott. I from Ogalalla whore ho had attended The foreign office holds that In taking I Wa r n, iini,;;,f rnVi
Evidence showed that the boy had tho opening of bids for tho erection of such a courso 'Germany places her-'at nrlmarv olectlons
much improved. 0vor to tho bolshovlk and rlsklnir tho'nt ntntnl ilZ '7, a7"t " "
, Carl Simon returned this morning chance of having their bluff called, representatives in congross and moni.
Crystal Theatre Tonight and Tomorf 0W
ALICE BRADY in
Eugene Walter's strongest stage play presented by one
of the screen's best stars.
not been at Bchool this term, nnd the
testimony of tho father was that Earl
had an awful temper. Tho boy was
paroled to his father for a period of
A now lot of first class dresses Just
arrived. E. T. Tramp & Sons.
fwo farmers marketed hogs in town
yesterday, ono receiving about $1,000,
the other $900. Alter receiving their
checks both walked into the First Na
tional bank and unsolicited subscribed
for Victory loan notes, one taking $400
worth, tho othe'r $350,. . .
That war tank which was to have
visited us last Saturday has evidently
gone- to the bow-wows, nt least no
word has been received as to when wo
may expect it.
Dr. Mario Ames will go to Omaha to
see Dr. A. J. Ames who met with an as
cident at Potter and was sent to an
Omaha hospital for treatment .
STOP, THINK AND LISTEN
"Wo writo Tornado Insurance on
Farm and City Property nt lowest
rates. Don't neglect it like you do
your henlth,. but cnll the doctor now.
Woodliurst's Ins. Agency, Doom 8,
Koynolds Building, Hrrs. Kolso, arnn.
at primary olectlons.
tho community church. The contract self in a position similar to that of
was awaniou on a old of $37,000. America, wnicn prompted that coup-1 Wnnv Mnliltoro ln Tlipnmrh-
The Episcopal guild will meet in the try to enter tho war Everything J .. govon special trains carrying 2,378
church basement Thursday afternoon bints that tho Germans will try to play officers' and men who had been in
wun mesuames i ranK uaroer, will me roiw oi uicuuors rainor man van-1 overseas Borvico. nassod west Prldav
. . afternoon, Friday night and Saturday.
' I TlinaA tilnti ivnrn tinrf if 41i Ot e lltl
IVTnnftnnlil ,. . . I -v.wv .'-. ..u.v f.l.tt 1 . . WIU ' . H V V
Tnrner Fined $100.
ChfiH. Turner, colored, "chargwl with
Owens, Wlckwlro and Martha Graham qulshed."
as hostesses. i
m. 1 ....
The Christian aid socioty will meet V n T 7 u "UH , ,n m, " "Ion and woro enroute to California
Thursday afternoon in tho church critical condition for 'Boveral days duo for domob,zntlon
basement. Refreshments Will be ,"i i'vu.iiomu. uui ovoiuhb auenn-
Rnrvf.il nnil n nnr, nttnnrlnnnn la ,1n. B PliyslclanB did not think llO COUld
alretj, W'o through tho night, nnd mombors
Mrs. uan iiamiiton is spenaing to- In tho cnB0 0f l. M. Bailey, who wns
uu.y in luiwi niiuu uu uuw iu i ur hui 10 charged, with selling mortgaged nron
in umana rrom California, wncre she orty ana who liad 1)eon ho,d ln Jall
spent the winter. aWaltlng trial, was called ln tho coun-
Swltelminn E. O. AVoston RiiKtiilniHl tv court vosterdav hut tho nrnsnnnt-
a badly sprained leg while at work ln' Ing witness "laid down," tho case hav
mo anuiy wero summoncu. Aoout Hl0 iUeKftl dosbcbbIoU-W llnuoriad r
, and will try to treat you I Tinn. i, t
j-! I .r, X T ".vf5"v-v ' lurnpr gave nonce oi appeal 10 ino
troub e with, honrt action. - ,UiLtltto,-- ... . i'.v
I - , t l4kV' VUUI H i i " Tl'"-- ,
Tho BmoothnoH8,,tho lightness, the
rtosponsivonoss ,bf tho , handler is '
most noticeable, and tho. 15 or more
miles to tho gallon of gas, which these
cars dolivor is a result of careful and
tho yards yesterday nnd had to bo con- Ing" boon settled by Balloy making. high grado manufacture
vnvnrt linmn I f nrwl tlin nmnnnt Ttnlliir lli.n.1 In 11m : nn...tnl. nnnlM
ticrsnoy section. - I .
Here? the Store for You to
JBOVE all this is a, season of style.
Unless you get:tthe newest ideas in
your clothes you are not getting all you pay for.
That's why you are going to like our big stock of
Clothes. They are brimful ol the newest style ideas.
The.fabrics andcolors and patterns are a delight to the
eye. They wear long and keep you looking your best
AVe have smart styles here for every man of 17 to 70.
James Kellhor, terminal foreman for
tho Union Pacific at Council Bluffs, is
spending today in town while enroute
All members of tho G. I. A. aro re
quested to be present on Friday, April
25th, at 2:30 p. m. Inspector coming.
Tho American War Mothora will
hold a meeting at tho federal building
. i .. .. .. . I ..1, . Aininni.
r i luuy uvuiiuiH m uifein u uhjujy.
: :o: ;
Word has lust linen rnenivod flint I
Mrs. W. A. Murdock, grand prosidont
of tho G. I. A. had passed away April
17th after a vnrv brief Illnonn. Mrs.
Murdock was qulto woll known bore ! Grocorlos.
as sho had visited tho local chapter
Wo pay cash for butter and eggs.
Stegomnnn, North Side Grocer.
For Sale Two Jersey cows. Phono rw Snin
Black 1123. 29tf vn8t drlvlnc mare 4 vears old. Of
Miss Hllma Sjogren spent tho week good stock. Know that she will please
end in Rockvlllo visiting friends. tho buyer. Inquire of Geo. Tekulvo.
Tents, Auto Covers, Camp Cotb;
Stools, Wagon Covers, Bows, Furnl
turo, Ilardwaro and a clean stock of
104 East Front
DKS. STATES & STATES
', 0, 7 Bulldliif,' & Loan Building.
Office Phone 70 ItcH. Phono Red 1009
Successors to Harcourt Glotliing Co.
"You have the lean face of a God, John, but the full-favored body of a man!
Ilarken to my words, how they falter on my lips Yea, as though my mouth was full
of purple grapes and the wine thereof spilled over," .
Thus did Solome seek to woo the stern Crier of the wild
erness in that monumental spectacle, that tensest
drama of "woman scorned" ever conceived
Master Achievement of WILLIAM FOX
It breathes the sweetness of the Hills of Lebanon
It throbs with the atupifying splendors of Herod's Court
Jerusalem Lives A&ain in All its Ancient Glory.
6 Months in the Making! More
Than a Million Spent on It ... . t
5000 Performers An Arkful of Animals
Science Outwits Nature With Marvelous Mechanical Effects'
A THEDA BARA SUPER-PRODUCTION
Sun Teatre, TPJyANJf,tt8-
Matinee Wednesday and Thursday at 2:30.
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