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TUESDAY and FRIDAY
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FEBRUARY 10, 1922.
1 NO. 10.
BIG HAY AND
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
AltE AMENDED AND THE
NA3LE IS CHANGED
STATE OFFICERS OF
GION WILL BE
A meeting ot tho stockholders o
tho Lovnoldt- Pennington Co. was
hold Wednesday evening and a reor
ganization of tho company was of
feted and tho name changed, to Nebr
aska Mill and Elevator Co. This
change In namo was mado to hotter
typify tho business of tho corporation.
Tho articles of Incorporation were
amended which asldo from changing
Clio namo carry no other Important
alternations. The capital stock is
$200,000 ot which $115 has been sub
scribed and 288,250 has been fully
paid. Tho officers of tho company are
L. P. Jopson, president; W. B. Starr,
first vlco president; Wm. Simants.
second vico president, and S. M.
Soudor, secretary treasurer. When
seen yesterday tho officers woro very
much optimistic regarding tho future
of the company. "Wo have placed tho
company on a sound basis and have
taken our losses," said Mr. Jopson.
Continuing ho said, "Through loyal ef
forts of tho boys who havo worked j
many a night Into lato hours, tho af
.fairs of the company arc coming out
all right. When plans which wero
authorized last night are put Into op
oration, the stock of tho Nobraskn
Mill and EJ.eveator Co. will bo at ac
tually worth par and then real pro
gress will begin." Tho Tribune con
gratulates tho now company on Us
prospects and wishes it tho success
which hard work and good manage
ment is sure to bring.
INCOME TAX ' SPECIALIST
SENDS WORD HE
v IS COMING
A group of stato officors of tho
Amorlcan Logion will be in North
Platto tomorrow to attend a meeting
of Commanders and Adjutants of all
posts in this district, Tho program
as flrrit announced ha3 boon changed
becauso tho officors will not roach
hero until after noon. Upon their
arrival they will "bo tnkon to tho Elks
SHOUT STORIES OF ,
PEOPLE AND THINGS
LIST OF JURORS DRAWN
FOR SFRING TERM
ITEMS OF INTE11EST ABOUT RE- 9
CENT HAPPENING IN THIS,
Following Is a list of tho Jurors for
tho spring term ot district court.'!
''Thoy havo been notified to nppoar at
homo whore lunch will bo served. A
Tho first inter-school debato will
bo hold In tho Franklin auditorium
i i i i... i. n.nn
business meeting win lonuyv 01l Thursday, "February 23 when a
at Odd Follows hall. At 6:30 all will 1 Bqlmd from tho Hlgh Bchool
attond a banquet at tho Episcopal wjjj Q lore ' v.
Guild house to which every local i ,
member of the Legion is invited. Dur- At tho last mooting of tho county
ing tho thno tho men nro in tho city commissioners tho books of A. S,-Al
and not in tho regular meetings they ; Ion, county clerk, wero checked nnd
will bo at tho Elks home where open it was found that $2,C50.43 had bodn
house will bo kept
BUILDING FUND TO BE IN
CREASED BY THE
turned into tho county treasurer's op
fico tho same being tho amount of
Shoriff Sallsbtlrg went up to
J farm northwest pf Hershoy Wodnos
Auxiliary , nay ana arrostcu uoorgo wusou on
Tho American Logion
will give a danco on Washington's bootlegging charge. Ho was nrralgn-
birthday, tho proceeds to go Into tho ed in County Court and pleaded guilt
American Locion buildinrr fund. This V to two charges manufacturing and
wa3 decldod at a meeting last Tues- illegal possession and was fined
day evening. Tho danco will bo held $225 and costs.
In Legion hall and somo new features
aro promised by tho committee.
Tickets will bo on salo in tho near
future and may bo secured from any
member of tho Auxiliary. The. public
a. m. on Tuesday, February 28.
W. D. Adamson, North Platte.
Thos. Aylward, Dickons.
C. II. Anderson, Stnpleton.
Edw. Burko, North Platto.
C. 1L Bostwick, North Platte
Harry Blackstono, Curtis.
V. J. Boll, Hershoy.
A. D. Calvin, Gothenburg.
Win. Dowhowor, North Platto.
Marvin Dickinson, Maxwoll.
S. J. Filbert, Wollflect.
Maurlco Gullialnc, North Platto.
II. E. Graham, Blgnoll.
II. P. Hanson. North Platto.
T. Harvoy, Sutherland.
Chas. Jackson, Wellflcot.
Harlan Korr, Brady.
Will Lovo, Staplcton.
A. D. McNlcklo, Farnam.
A. F. Tramp, North Platto.
R,'W. Talbot, North Platto.
II. h. Wondeborn, North Platto.
H. H. Wllmeth, Ingham.
E. W. Whcolock, North Platto.
EXTENSION EXPERT GIVES TALK
ON rOTATOE RAISING
AN I) MARKETING
although several woro nicn
Proporty owners on thoso streets
which formed paving district No. S Tho Composite committoo of tho
presented a petition against paving night school mot last night. Thoy
to tho oity council last Tuesday voted to send in a recommendation
tt.l 1 41.. i- t l. 1 t 1. 1 f .
in Invitod and will bo urred to sun- "l&ut ",,u uuu ui uuxuu . iu uiu buuuui uu.hu ior u second lorm
r ,k hnii w thn Mwi,n. nf n "P na proposed. Tho big sentiment of night soliool to. bo hold a soon
liberal number of tickets,
is Wednesday, February 22.
Tho date o t!l PrPrty holders was against as Mils torm closos. Tho committoo
paving that district at this time.
They held tho semi-annual student
plectlon at tho University of Nebras
ka Tuesday and filled several places
of importance in student life of that ho,d Jn North piaUo at tho thm Qf thQ
Word comes from Kearnoy thai
Superintendent McLaughlin of Buf
falo county has announced that the
county institute next year will bo
institution. An all-university ticket D,gtrlnt Tcachor3. nssoclatIon.
was put up oy uioso wno ciaimeu
is October 12 and 13 And nssuros tho
that tho fraternity and non-fraternity altondnnco oi practl,allr every toaehJ
HlUUUllia SUUIIIU I1UVU UllUUl rUJJlUBUIl-
tation on campus activities. Three
or in Buffalo county.
North Platto boys, woro placed in, Tho
nomination on this ticket and ail led by
woro elected. Reed Reynolds, son of ( which meets today at 3 p. m. Loulso
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Reynolds was i Fltzpatrick, past president; Pearl
elected junior, managing editor of tho Lawhoad, president; Winnio Cook,
Cornhusker, tho University annual.1 vlco president; Sarah Flynn, sccre
That means that ho will bo the editor ' tary; Mary Peters, treasurer; Ida
will canvas tho night school thlB
woek to aco how many pupils,, wish
to register for tho socond torm. An
other mooting of tho Composito com
mittco will bo held Thursday, night
lio fgllpng off ijprswoj-phinsfemtJir,' , SomoUmo'jigo
by Bradford Division" O. "i. A. llce'"was Instructed
Tho quostlon of tho low awnings
was brought up at tho meeting of the
city council last Tuosday evening and
tho city attorney was asked to pre
pare an ordinance covorlng the mat
the- chief . ot po
A. B. Allen, collector of internal
rovonuo from tho Omaha offlco mv
notified us that an officer from the
Inconio Tax dopartment will bo In
. a . . . i. n . t. . . I l
iincoin county uu iu uUku-In, ch,of next yoai( WQ nro informed. Tarklngton, Ins. secretary; Nellie
to assist taxpayers in filing Income Paul slmon son of Mr nnd Mrg E Noo(lyi guI(lo. Mlnnlo m'UBC S0I1.
tax roturns ior mo year . xio Rln,n wnfl n,Anf0f1 nci flm rnnrn '
sayB it is tho doslro of the dopart
ment to co-operate to tho fullest ox
tent with all parties interested. Tho
F. Simon, was elected as the repre
sentative of junior class on tho pub
lication board and Raymond Totten-
hoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo, Tot-
schedule is as follows: Ogalalla, tonhoff wag e,ected tQ repregont tho
February 23; Sutherland, February frcshmun class on tho Bamo board
24; North Platte, February 25, 27, 28,
March 1, 2, 3 and 4; Gothenburg,
March G and 7.
, Tills Is tho first tlmo for several
, years that North Platto students at
, tho University havo taken an active
' njirfc In tho Tlnlvoraitv activities and
N. E. Buckley loft for' Portlapd. ig gratifylng to havo tlireo of thom
Oregon yesterday; ' sucossful at this time.
Tho Lincoln High school basket
ball team defeated tho North Platto
boys, 29 to 12 at Lincoln last night.
John Null has announced what
1 promises to bo an oxcitlng half mile
blcyclo race for Noxt Saturday after
noon at tho fair grounds raco track.
It seems that somo tlmo ago a raco
was run thoro an4 two boys tied for
first place. They aro Virgil Attorbury
and John Lamb. Thin Is tho raco that
is to bo run noxt Saturday at 4
o'clock with a pogo Btlck as first
prize and a blcyclo saddlo ns second,
"Darling Nellio Grti)v tho old
song favorito is a, big featuro of Wll-
A rousing Irrigation meeting was Ham S. Hart's latest plcturo entitled,
lioiil Rmith of Sutherland last even-: "Tho Tostlnc Block," which is the
ing with S. J. Koch as chairman. ibill at tho Sun noxt Sunday and tho
Visitors from hero loft at a lato hour . two following days. Tho plcturo and
and reported subscriptions being tho song havo boon received equally
taken at that time. .well. '
Tho move to reduco the mainton
anco tax of tho North Platto water
department Is growing. Soveral of tho
councllmen havo oxproscd themselves
In favor of cutting It down ns fast a3
tho prico of coal goes down. The
water dopartment is getting Its cool
a Httlo cheaper now than It did at tho
peak In 1920 and tho argument Is
all in favor of making slight rcduc
tlons as may seem bostj until the
maintenance tax is wiped out.
"Dropping the Pilot"
Through tho yoars" of childhood you,
as father or, mother, pilot your foVy
or girl through tho Joys and or
rows ot thoso early days.
A day comes when thoy aro no longer
under your guldanco and you won
der If you havo taught thom well.
No child Is well taught who knows
not tho valuo ot thrift. Open a
savings account for your children
horo and holp thom devolop their
The Platte Valley State Bank
A full houBo" greeted IL O. Werner
yostorday aftornoon at tho court room
whon ho, Bpoko du potatoo raising iu
western Nobraska. Mr. Wornor Is tho
potatoo export of tho University ox
tonstou department. Tho ono hundred
or inoro farmors present gavo closo
attention whllo ho told of his oxpor-
loncos and Investigations. Mr. Wornor
put special omphnsls on sood potntoos.
Ho said experiments at Lincoln show
ed that soed potatoes raised thoro
wero only 75 per cont ns good ns
thoso from a cooler . climate. Ho ad
vertised getting soed from tho nothorn
or , wostorn counties. Mr. Wornor
urged farmers to dovolop sturdy
plants by planting early, by planting
largo seed ploces and treating seed
for disease boforo planting. Ho said
Irish Cobblors woro profornblo to
any other variety In most years but
that thoro Is probably no good seed
nvallablo now. Triumph and early
Ohio woro mentlohod as good vnr-
ELlJS. IS CAPTURED IX A
i BARN AFJPER HIS
Jack Ellis, known ns "Tonnossco
Red" was captured about 10 o'clock
this morning in n, bam on tho north
sldo, aftor an all night hunt. Ho es
caped from tho local jail laBt ovonlng
by dodging past tho koopor whon ho
came to bring supper to tho prison
ers. Shoriff Salisbury was carrying
a tray into tho coll which hold nluo
prisoners, whon Ellis dashed past"
him and throw himself through a
window, shattering tho glass. Ho ran
down Locust street followod by tho
shoriff, finally oludlng his pursuers
In ono of tho humbor yards. An all
night search was mado and blood
hounds wero brought from Indlanola.
Thoso woro put on his track this
morning and located him In a barn
No further particulars woro rocolvocl
as tho capturo was mado Just as wo
woro going to press.
:o: . .
ANNIVERSARY OF. CHURCH
Tuesday ovonlng tho mon ot Uio
Lutheran church cooked and served
a 7 o'clock alnnor to 102 mombo'ra
of ho congregation. Tho occasion
i MHO H4VJ OVV.U11U ttl Wil I Ul Oil A j UL
letlos. -"An early variety planted lato dedication ot tho Lutheran church,
Is bettor than a lato varloty for thia Tho monu consisted ot ronst pork,
part of tho stato, said tho speaker. mashed potatoes, string beans, cah-
An opportunity to.,aBk uuostlonp i hago salad, colory, plcklos, ollvos,
was given and" many of thoso prosont , jolio, enko and coffoo. Tho cakes wora
sought information ns to aomo phrase
of the subject. County Agent Kellogg
A petition for divorce was filed in
district court yesterday by Mrs.
Blanche Schaeffor against Mlllar'd F.
Sclmoffcr. Thoy wero married tit
Candy on August 9, 1921. Mrs.
Sclmoffer claims desortion and asks
that sho bo granted a divorce and
that her maiden nnmo, Blancho La
Roy, bo restored. Sho will bo 10 on
tho fourth ot next April whllo hrr
husband was 19 on tho fourth of last
tho business houses which had low
uwnlngs that they must bo raised.
Ho reported that ho did this and
that nothing had been dono. Tho
council seems determined to havo tho
awnings raised and will get a law on
tho matter If necossary.
A letter from Royal Erlcson nt
Canyon City, Colo., says ' in part:
Times ' aro very hard' horo and tho
much promised Harding prosperity
seems to bo a Joko. This part of
Colorado has' a delightful cllmato as
It doesn't got very cold In winter nor
very warm in summor and thcro is
vory Httlo wind but ns a money-making
proposition I would ndvlso othor
Lincoln county cltlzons to stny where
they aro. I wns very pleased to seo
tho artlclo In Tho Trlbuifo about Ir
rigation project and If that goes
through tho valloy on tho south sldo
can be mado tho garden spot of Nebraska."
Miss Gladys Yost will return to
hor homo In Red Cloud tomorrow
after spending soveral weeks at tho
Dr. Yost homo.
Tho North Platto Amorlcan Logion
Basket Ball team defoatcd tho Brady
team eleven points Wednesday night.
Tho scoro was 19 8.
Miss Elmlra Wlckwlro returnod to
Grand Island Thursday after spend
ing several days with hor parents
Mr. and Mrs. Wickwlre.
A proposition was mado at tho
council mooting IastTucsday ovonlng
that tho city bo dlvidod into throo
sections for tho convenience of the
wtor dopartment. Water rontals In
BOctlonA would become duo on Jan
uary 1; thoso In soctlon B on Febru
ary 1 nnd thoso In section C"on March
li ThensectIon A would hnvo a1 turn
to notify each ofon Al,rn i ,,,1 so on Eacl soctiou
would pay water rent every throo
months but not nil at tho same time
as they do now. This would allow
steady employment nt reading meters
land making out bills with ono third
of tho users paying bills each month
would also mako a steady Income
for tho water department. Tho mat
ter was loft to tho water dopartment
to work out.
An enthusiastic Irrigation meeting
was hold at Hershoy Tuosday. Tho
Horshoy business men Joined with tho
south sldo farmers in a dinner und
somo speech-making and when tho
mooting was over about $G0O had been
raised for tho preliminary survey
fund. Messors Baro, Thoolccke, Wll
sou and Soobergor wont up from hero
and thoy roport a splendid mooting
and great enthusiasm on tho part o
tho Hershoy pcoplo and tho neighbor
Tho following clipping from tho
Wyoming Stato Trlbuno and Chcy-
onno Stato Leader announces tho
marriago of Louis Johnson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johnson of this
t A wedding which will como as a
surprlso to their many friends is that
ot Louis Harloy Johnson nnd Miss
Mary Shaw Stevenson, who woro
quiotly mnrriod at Greoley, Colo., last
Thursday, February 2. Thoy aro now
at homo to tholr friends In tho Choy
onno apartments. Mr. Johnson holds
n responsible position as storekeeper
ot tho storo department ot tho Union
Pacjfic horo. Tho brido! tho oldest
daughtor of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W.
Stovonson of Chcyenno, has ' a pleas
ing personality and possesses a rare
THE UIDCrUDPin CO.
At tho regular mooting of tho city
council last Tuosday ovonlng a mo
tion wns carried ordorlng tho city
pollco to bo uniformed at their own
exponso Tho argument was advanced
that North Platto Is moro backward
than it was twenty yoars ago becauso
tho pollco was unlformod, thon. It
was statod at tho mooting 'that any
one needing tho sorvicos of a police
man could not toll him from any
othor citizen. No uniform was pro-
Tho Stylo Center for Men
Mr. and Mrsr. E. L. Moroy left for
Chicago yostorday to visit their daughter.
baked by tho following mon: Rov
Koch, Oscar Sandall, Gcorgo Atchev,
A. W.. Shilling, Charles Llork, "II.
Samuolson, W. J. Houdy, H. J. Rath
mnn, and R. Bunnell. Rov. Koch not
ed us head cook "nd ho was assisted
by A. W. Shilling, Charles Liork, W.
J- Hondy, II. J. Rathmnn, James Sav-
yor, Horbort Tramp and soveral other
mcmbors. Harry, Samuelson as .head
"colored waiter (from Now. York)
presidod In tho dining room whllo
tho young mon of "the church sb'rvsd
tho dinner. Tho tablo decorations
woro fumlBhod by Emll Morschiod
and woro carried out In pink and
white, carnations and snnp dragons
bolng tho flowors used. J. E. Sobas
taln had chargo of tho program and
tho "Homo Coming MeotlngB" woro
brought out. Every ono wns urged
to attond tho sorvicos during this
woek. Dr. Harmon of Grand Island,
formorly of North Platto; Dr.
Krueger of Fromont nnd faculty mom
mombor of Midland collogo and Rov.
Koch aro to bo tho principal speakers
during tho "Homo Coming Wook."
Thoso taking part In tho program
woro Harry Samuolson, Jr., Ruth
Atchoy, Potorson brothors and talks
woro mado by W. J. Holidy and E. T.
THE COUNTY COMMISSION
ERS APPOINT TWO MORE
' At tho last meeting ot tho board ot
county commissioners W- B. Salis
bury wns uppolnted County Highway
Commissioner, and Dr. Goorgo B.
Dent wns appointed County Phy
sician. Thoso appointments aro a re
cognition of tho good work dono by
thoso mon InHho samo positions dur
ing tho past year.
TMin worliVn Rmnrrwi ftlm-
Tho comfort ot a Boft collar
tho appearanco of a stiff collar.
In all styles and shapes
Can bo washed at homo llko a
Wll Not Wrinkle
Will Not Wilt
No Starching No Chemicals
No Savr Edgos
Economical a. J
F. O, H. FACTORY
YOUR SURKST STORK
JMow in reach of every farmer. Double your farm
ing capacity. Cut down your hours o toil.
Make all your acres produce.
Hendy-Ogier Auto Co.
North Platto, Nebraska.
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