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NORTH PLATTE; NED., JUNE 3, 1919.
"FEDERAL COUHT WILL RE
HELD HERE NEXT WEEK.
Judge Woodrough and his federal
court officials will bo hero next Mon
day to hold a session tliat may con
tinue throughout the week. On thn
docket are about thirty criminal cases,
nearly all of tho defendants bolng
charged with n violation of tho llquoi
laws. A number of these men have
already been convicted In tho county
court and paid tho fines assessed, but
must now face Judge AVoodrough on
tho charge of fracturing tho federal
prohibition law In transporting liq
uor from a wet to a dry state. These
violators may not get off quite so
easy in tho federal court a3 they did
in tho county courts in which they
l'etersoii in Hospital
A letter received yesterday by P. C.
Peterson stated that hip son Sergeant
Fred Peterson is in a base hospital at
Nenonahr, Germany, recovering from
an operation for appendicitis, which
was performed May 16th. Ho was
reported as getting along nicely when
tho letter was written. Tho Fourth
division, to which Fred belongs, was
duo to Icavo Germany for homo May
27th, but it was not expected thai
Fred would -bo able to leave at that
time. This will probably delay his
arrival homo for a month or more.
Marguerito Roddy and Marie
Schwaiger returned Sunday from Lin
coln whore they had been taking n
week's canning course at tho state
farm. Tho girls are members of the
.North Platte canning team which cap
tured soveral prizes at tho state
canning contest last year.
John Baker landed at New York
fin fli t1 n r n f f rti ntmnof n i-wi rt In - i .
UUJ ULlVt UWUUOb U J UU1 til U - I
orsoas service. Ho went over with the
341st Field Artillery, but immediately,
after the signing of tho armistice was ,
transferred to division headquarters of
tho 89th Division.
A dramatic lesson in high finance and worthless matrimony'
Keith Theatre, Thursday and Friday.
I KEITH THEATRE
EVELYN NESBIT ,N ,
rtA FALLEN IDOL"
In which the devil wore cupid's mask, hut he tore it oft
and tossed it into the sea when he had his victim at bay.
The Ford Sedan, always a handsome car of
refinement and comfort, is more than ever the
car for social life, in city and country. Delivery
production at the factory has not yet been . reached, so it
is suggested that the sooner you leave your order, the
sooner you will get your car.
HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO.,
Ford Authorized Sales and Service.
ENTERTAINMENT RY PUPILS
OF ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL
Tonight and tomorow night tho pu
pils of St. Patrick's school will give
nn entertainment nt theschpbl hall.
Tho first part of the program will bo
tho samo each evening, but 'thp sec
ond part will be entirely dlftorent each
The program this evening will be an
opening choruB, a piano quartette by
Amy Elder, Helen Smith, Lucille Mar
tini and Agnes Miles, vocal duet bj
Lucille Martini and Reglna Frazler;
piano quartette by Mario Burgner.
Zlta Doncgan, Ruth Donelson and
Anna Drost; pltino solo by Lucille
Martini and piano quartetto by Pearl
Brodbeck, Regina Frazicr, Catherine
Gifford and Viola Rauch. The seconu
part will consist of a , humorous
sketch by Urban Simon and Chas. Ken
worthy, the operetta "Dorothy" by tho
pupils of tho 7th to 11th grades and
a pageant by the girls of the 2d, 3d
and 4th grades.
Tomorrow evening tho second part
will consist of a Jumping Jack drill by
the boys of tho 2d and 3d grades, the
operetta "Boys of '7.C" and a pageant
entitled "One Sweetly Solemn
Don't bo stampeded or hurried la J
your purchaso of your new car. Con
sider and compare values, and then he
satisfied to wait a short time to got
any one of about six standard makes,
cars which are made first to give ser
vice and to last. Many cars of todaj
aro made first to soil, and you wry
seldom find an owner who buys a
second car of tho some mako. You
will find though, that many owners of
bucIi cars as Ford, Dodge, Buick and
Cadillac, have a pride and knowledge
of the value of their purchases and
buy the same car again and again.
Buy a standard car from an establlsir
ed dealer and you will have a perma
nent satisfaction. With the present
shortage of good cars, better order
today. J. V. Romlgh, dealer.
t Wednesday & Thursday
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Sedan, $775; Coupe, $650; Touring Car,
$525; Runabout $500; Truck Chasis, $550.
These prices are f. o. b. Detroit.
We will be pleased to take your order and
make as quick delivery as possible. Normal
Funeral Service of Jlrs. Rnldwin "
Mrs. Brunton, of Los Angeles, nieco
of thp late Mrs. Baldwin, who recently
died In that city and tho body cre
mated, will' arrive In North Plntto
this afternoon with tho residue. Fun
eral sorvlcos, conducted by tho East
ern Star, will bo hold at tho Masonic
hall Wednesday afternoon nt three
o'clock. To this service tho frlonds
of tho late deceased are invited. The
urn containing tho ashes will be de
posited on the lot In which lies the
romalns of Judge Baldwin.
The Liberty Land Company
The Liberty Land Company, with S.
M. Soudor and T. F. Henley as tho di
recting energy and potentinl factors,
has at last, after two weeks of effort,
been able to securo an office room
over tho Jlexall drug store and an
nounce their readiness to do business.
This company has listed for sale ft
choico lot of farm and ranch lands in
Lincoln and adjoining counties, and
also a number of choico city proper
sties, both Improved nnd unimproved.
If you aro In tho market for a
farm, ranch or city property, or
If you have real ostato you wish to
sell, call at the Liberty Land Co. of
fice and you will get renl service.
The geeneral committee will meet at
tho basement of the public library this
evening at 7:30. It Is desired that
each member bo .promptly on time as
business of vital importance Is to be
Graham Duder, husband of Nellie
Birkinshaw, formerly of this city, died
at his home In Ottawa, 111., Wednes
day of last week. Mrs. Fred Elliott,
who was a close friend of Mrs. Duder,
received a telegram that Mr. Ducter
could not live, and left for Ottawa
Wednesday noon. A few hours later
a wire was received stating that Mr.
Duder had passed away.
Eighty-one hundredths of an Incn
of rain fell Saturday night and Sun
day, falling gently during the greater
part of Sunday. Tho ground had be
come tluite dry on top and tho rain
was therefore of the million dollar
kind. This rain was general over the
state. Considerable snow fell Sun
day In eastern Wyoming.
The Travel and Study Club met at
the home of Mrs. If. C. Brock last ev
ening and elected officers for tho en
Biilng year as follows: President, Mrs.
Blanche Field ; vice-president, Mrs. Ira
L. Bare; secretary, and treasurer,
Mrs. W. H. McDonald.
-A big new shipment of georgotto
blouses just arrived In a big variety of
styles and colors. E. T. Tramp &
Why Fred Stone of course
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
tr. tU Wilt lit 1'f J I I11U 1
friends In town Saturday.
For Sale A 'kitchen range. Cull
black 214, or nt 208 cast Third. 41-2
Mrs. Clyde Cook returned Sundny
from Victor, Iowa, whoro Bho had
been visiting rolntlves fr n week want.
A big lino of tho slip over sweat
ers at T. Tramp & Sons'.
jGi-o. X. Glbbs nnar H. L. Penning
ton have purchased 100 acres of tho
Siind place, west of town, for
jl'ownsond Dont is oxpected to ar
rive home todny from Atchison, Kan.,
where ho hns boon attending Midland
Mrs. John Hlldobrand roturned Sun
day from Victor, Iowa, where she
visited relatives and ' friends for tho
Tho S. & R. Sorvice Station means
real sorvice. High grade oil and gas.
iTho Lutheran ladles of tho First and
Second wards will meet Thursday af
ternoon at tho homo of Mrs. Frod
Mrs, Mary Patteo. of Wellington.
Kansas, and Miss Agnes O'Connor, of
umana, arc guests at tho Mrs. Fred
fclaudo Peters visited friends In
town last week and returned to Lin
coln Sunday to attond tho summer
school nt tho state university.
Mrs. C. A. Wior and daughter, Miss
Elizabeth, returned Friday to tholr
home at Grand Island after n short
visit at tho P. M. Soronson home.
Have your gas tank filled at tho S.
& 11. Service Station, Gth and Locust.
The' now real estate firm composed
of S. M. Souder and T. F. Healoy havo
secured a room over tho Rexall drug
store and are now fitting it up for nn
Mrs. J. R. McWilliams and daugh
ter Miss Minerva and Mrs. Geo. Vo
seiplta, went to Denver yosterday for
a peek's visit with relatives and
See "Clinton & Son'
l.'out your Eyes and
satisfied. Son Is over oh
tho Rhine, will be homo soon. Sign ot
tho Big Ring.
Mnrringe bans wero published Sun
day for tho first time of Helen Martin,
of Ogalalla and Adam Christ. Mr.
Christ has just recently received his
discharge from sorvice.
Christian Sclenco service -Sunday 11
a. ttn .Wednesday evening meetings
every -week at 8:00. A cordial invi
tation la. extended to all to attend
theso services. Building & Loan build
ing, room 25.
Tho Baptist groups will meet Thurs
day afternoon, tho bible group at tho
church, tho Hazeltlne group with Mrs.
'Neumeyer, 310 east Fourth, and tho
Q. E. group with Mrs. Valerius, GO!)
Navy blue silk hosiery to match
your suit at E. T. Tramp & Sons'.
A messago received yesterday from
Sgt. Charles Rincker, stated thnt ho
was leaving Washington, D. C, for
Camp Dodge to receivo his discharge
Ho expects to reach homo about Sun
day. All members of tho O. E. S. and vis
Xing members of tho order aro re
quested to moot nt tho Masonic hail
Wednesday afternoon at 2:45 to attenu
the funeral services of Sister Baldwn,
Mhlch will be held at tho hall at thrco
o'clock conducted by tho O. E. S.
IT. Dixon & Son have tho best
equipped crystal department in tho
weatorn part of tho state. They aro
equipped .with tho latest of instru
ments nnd in connection with their
optical departcmnt they grind their
Infant's wearing apparel now on
display at E. T. Tramp &, Sons'.
Dr. Mnrie Ames has purchased cf
G"o. W. Finn tho residence property
on Fourth street west of tho -Streltz
homo for a consideration of $3,500.
Mt Finn purchased tho proporty
about two months ago for ?2,800, thus
making $700 on tho buy.
Tho famous Whlto Rose and Red
Crown gnsollno for sale at tho S. &; R.
S. rvico Station.
Tho managers of tho Keith, Crystal
and Sun theatres extended tho cour
tesy of free admission to tho Wy
oming and Colorado troops of tho 89t'i
Division who woro in town for thrco
lmurs Saturday ovenlng. Rain fol.
during tho greater part of tho time tho
hoys wero in town and tho picture
shows proved an agrecablo entertain
ing feature for them.
For Snlo Dining room table,
f iiairs, china cnbinet and sldoboard.
4i Vine street.
Last Saturday licenses to wed were
l ued to Earl Inman of this city and
I sio Hoover of Hersney, to Roy Gey
ei of Big Springs and Neda Reynolds
this city, to Miles Hart of Cozad
a '1 Editli Abercromble of Brady and
t Roy Grimm of Cozad and Maude
Nico of Gothenburu. On tho samo
day Judgo Woodhurst married Arlan
MarMn of Buda and Margaret Fry of,
Kenrnoy. s ,
BMs for the construction of tho club
hoits - on tho Country Club grounds
worr- oponed last evening by tho com
mittee, Four bids wero filed, each of
which was in tho neighborhood of ten
thousand dollars, or about $3,000
higher than tho estlmato of tho
architect. All bids wore rejected nnd
It Is probable tho dimensions of the
building will bo cut or tho plans al
tered so that tho cost will not exceed
THIS CITY I'ltOHAMiK LANDING
SITU IN PLAN 12 FLIGHT
Lieut. Conklin, oi tho Omnhn bal
loon school, spent yostorday in town
seeking n landing plnco for nn alr
plano lllghl from Now York to Stin
Francisco which will bo mndo under
government supervision. Tho piano
selected to mnko tho (light is ono of
tho bombing nodels, propollcd by
four "800 horso power Llborty motors,
with a tnnk capacity for 700 gallons
of gasoline, fifty gallons ot oil and
manned by fourteen men. Tho piano
will stnrt on its flight as soon nftor
Juno 10th ns tho weather will per
mit. Threo landings will bo made,
tho first at Chicago, tho second nt
North Plntto, and tho third at or near
Lieut. Conklin was driven out to
tho Country Club grounds, and also
to a tract of land enst of tho river,
by Messrs. Carroll and Pennington,
which wero suggested ns possible
lnndlng sites, nnd Lieut. Conklin will
recommend ono of theso two sites.
Tho Episcopal guild will meet in tho
church basement Thursday afternoon.
Whlto wnshablo silk petticoats for
ladles. E. T. Tramp & Sous.
Miss Dorothy Carothors, of Maxwell,
attended tho county eighth grade
graduation oxorcises at tho Franklin
Mrs Frod Warren and two children
left Saturday for Hamlin, Kansas,
where they will spend tho summer
AT THE CUM "PUO A nmTO
"THE YELLOW TICKET"
'MUTT and JEFF' Comedy
Porch and Lawn Furniture
Our wide selection of this furniture will satisfy the most4
discriminating. It is very substantially built to withstand
hard usage and weather exposure, yet very good looking.
Made in old hickory, light maples, oak or green
W. R. MALONEY CO.
Just call The Rexall Drug Store, Phone No. 4.
We will mail or deliver your order FREE
We have just received one ton of
Paris Green and a large quantity oi
other sprays and disinfectants.
Try us first Quality, Service and the Right
Price. Money back if not satisfied.
The Rexall Store
For kindly and courteous assistance
during our war on dandelions, tho
Twentieth Century Club wishes to ex
tend thanks to Mayor Stroltz for giv
ing us two days of tho street com
missioner's time, Street Commissioner
Snllsbury for tho days hauling, tho
editors of tho Telegraph and tho
Trlbuno for publicity, Professor Tout
and tho tenchors of tho grndo and
parochial ischools for assisting in
weighing and disposing of tho obnox- m
ious weed, and tho school children
whoso pcrsovornnco .nnd hard work
took them over tho top with moro than
five thousand bushels. Miss Murray,
Washington, Miss Diencr, .Lincoln
nnd Miss Graham nt tho Jefforsou
school were tho winning rooms in t he
contest, nnd n prlzo of a. sack of pea
huts was given to each child in tho
champion rooms. Wo regret that tho
stnto of our finances docs not permit
of our continuing our vigorous cam
paign at tho prcsont time, but it
our earnost wish that the war ot ex
termination continue, and wo urgently
ask tho Commercial Club, Elks' Clur
nnd all othor organizations whoso
treasuries rcscmblo nntlonnl bauks to
assist In this good cause.
Howard Wilcox, driving a Poogoat
enr, won tho GOO-mllo rnco at Indian
apolis Friday in 5:44.21. avoritglnc
S7.12 mllos per hour. Arthur Thur
mnn, a driver, was killed when his
car overturned, and nnothor drivor
and his mechanic woro burned to
death, tho car overturning nnd burn
ing gas covering them.
New fancy wash dresses for misses
and Indies at E. T. Tramp & Sons'.
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