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TUESDAY and FMDAY
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922.
SE 10 VOTE C
County Commissioners Are Said To Be Considering Sub
mitting A Proposition At The Time Of
The General' Election.
It was rumored yesterday thnt tho County Commissioners of Lincoln
county arc preparing to .propose n bond lssuo for enough funds to complete
tho now county court houso Nono of tho commissioners wore- found yester
day but it is known that there is still qulto a balance on tho court house
which has not been provided for by tho direct lovy. The amount Is not
known. Architect Berllnghof, Contractor McMlchael and the full Board of
Commissioners wcro in consultation Monday and it iB thought the mattnr
"was discussed at that time. Tho min
utes of tho meeting show that tho
contractor was authorized to order
tho load roofing for tho building, at tho
samo tlmo Is was agreed to omit a
largo number of Interior doors from
tho contract as it stands now. This
is in lino with tho ovldent plan of
tho commissioners to put only the DECIDES 10 CONTINUE SALE OF,
best of material into tho permanent
BREMEN WILL POST
PONE FULL FESTIVAL
TICKETS TIIHEE WEEKS
construction of tho building and loavo
out tho decorations and exponslvo in-!
torior finishes to bo provided lator.
Tills policy has met with general 1
favor. However it is not certain that; On account of tho extreme hot
tho people of Lincoln 'county will j weather and tho slow salo of tickots
tako kindly to a bond issue at this I the Firemen decided vlaat night to
tlmo. The voters will remember that postpone the Fall Festival from Sept. '
every bond issue proposed for Lin- 2 to Sep. 22. The latter date is STRIKERS
All Ready But The Horses
LEGION TEAM OFF
j SOUTH PLATTE HOYS ENTER DEN.
! VEIL POST 11ASE BALL
Tho North Platto Amorican Legion
baso ball team left Wednesday for.
Denver whoro It will compoto In Uio
Amateur Tournament conducted by
!tho Denver Post. Eight teams aro
entered. This afternoon, tho toam
will play tho, fast BHtchcs Garden
team. It will continuo to play two
, Barnes each day until It has lost two
games when It will bo ollmlnatoa
from tho tournament. Local fana
i do not expect North Platto to looo
1 two gamc3 and thoreforo thoy aro
looking forward to its winning tho
tournament. Quito a number of
j supporters wont with tho team to
boo tho games. ,
COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSO
CIATION ELECTS NEW
coin county during a good many years ' during the County Fair and it was
back, has been defeated. Lincoln coun- thought more interest could bo a-1
HOLD BIG EVENING
MEETING AT COUltT
A big crowd attended tho out door
meeting held on tho court houso lawn
ty now has no bonded Indebtedness j wakened In the Firemen's doings at
and tho people will bo slow to voto that timo than just now. Tho boys
hnnila If flinrn ia nnv rvtlmr wnv in 1 none! fiinrin nnd need thorn badlv.
got tho money. Tho amount of money! They aro putting on tho festival to last ov",n by ;tl10, atri"B Blio
. , t . . , . .... , ! ... . , ... crafts. Ed Barrnclough, chairman of
needed to complete tho building nndgct tho money with which to entetnlnj., , ... ., , . .
furn'sh It Is not yet known. ! tho Btato convention hero la January. I , , . A,
.o: i :o:
UNION PACIFIC ANNOUNCES ITS ! ItOTAItlANS TISIT SCOUT CAMP
NEW SHOP WAGE
AND TISIT WITH THE
troduced Rov. B. J. Minort, tho speak-
' er of tho evening. Rev. Minort is
j pastor of the First Baptist church of .
, Alliance. IIo has turned his church j
over to tho strikers for their head
. quarters and is spending his tlmo
SRORT STORIES OF
ITEMS OF INTEREST ABOUT BB
CENT HAPPENINGS IN THIS
Tho North Lincoln County Sunday
, School Association which mot at
j Brady last Sunday elected tho follow
j lng officers for tho coming year:
! ltoy Itico. Muxwoll, prcaidont; C. E.
' McClulno, llorshoy, Vico-PrcBidont;
lMra. R. L. North, North Plato, Soc-
READ1NG ROOM OPEN ON SUNDAY j rotary-Treasurer; Suporlntondents:
BUT NO BOOKS WILL BE , Mrs. II. E. Hobs, North Platto Child.
LOANED , ron'a division; Mrs. C. E. Kinnon,
t. r i r, , 7. .1 n i Maxwell,, Young Pooplo'a Division;
Bogmnlng Sunday, 3optombor 3, tho , m . ., ... ,. . .
7 t.,,. Ti. m. , i Wilson Tout, North Platto, Adult
North Platto Publla Library will boi , , . ' . ,
, , ., . . Division; Mrs. ErneBt Drlngman,
open every Sunday from three to six ... . ,T . ...
. .. ' ,, .Sutherland, Homo Department; Mrs.
In tho afternoon. Tho reading room.' ' ,, , . ,r,
it i i o t it i Floronco McConnoll, Suthorland, Vla
lis usually closed on Sundays during , A , , ' , ' ,.
ly and August on account of tho "?"on' ra' aU hm
hot weather but with tho opening of la to Toh",al" nBJ, nev' V
school, it is always used. Sunday ,,.. .... '
The next convention of tho Lin
coin county Sunday school association
will bo hold at Maxwoll in August
Tho following dispatch from Salt. A number of Rotarlans and fain
Lake City appeared in tho Btato papers Hies went out to tho scout camp west j on tho platform, spoaking in their
veslnrrlav. ' tst thn r.tv WWlniqdnv nvnnlnir and ! interests. He Is a ready and forco-
Jtocotmttlon of Individual -rihlHtv.l snnnt several hfiiirs with tho'bova.-l Bpeaker and brought laughter and,' (
detailed segregation of work and a. There are about twenty-tlvo scouts , cheers from , his audience.. Tho bual-, Tho Premium lists for tho Lln
sllding acalo of wages running in in- In tho camp and they are having tho.no3S men and other citizens assisted , coin county Pair aro out and can bo
stances from 2 to 15 cents per hour' timo of their lives.. Tho men took out i U strikers in caring for tho cxpenao , cecured from tho secretary, S. M.
higher than that recommended by! a wolcome Bupply of confections and oE tho spcakor., . Soudor. Tho dates aro Septembor
:o: au, ai ana zz.
tho ' railroad labor board together gave tho boys a treat. A big campfire '
(with provision for a progressive line with story telling furnished tho di
of promotion aro embodied in an version. This included rousing camp
agreement signed by representatives songs with It. D. Blrgo as leader. C.
of tho Shop Employees association, 1 R. Morey took a radio outfit along I
PATRIOTIC ORGANIZATION HOLDS
PICNIC AT STATE
afternoons. No books will bo loaned
but any books or magazines In the
reading room aro for use then. Regu
lar rules apply to loaning books and
thof uao, of tho reading room nt other,
peranco; Mra. N. P. PattorBon, North
Platte, Misaionary; A. S. Allen, North
Platto, School Administration.
PtfThenaBt orthe2(f0 bodies Vhhih
wore moved from tho old Sidney
cemetery wovq burled yesterday at
Fort McPhoraoh. Tho Fort McPhor-
soii national comotery has been en-
About 30 delegates of tho associa- expects to breiak camp today or to- day evening and hold a picnla on tho
He was very much taken with tho In
stltutlou nt Moosohoart and his des
cription of tho buildings and work ; ,nrgod to (wlco lts formor 8lzo, aov.
tiono uioro is niorosung. no auonuca ,opnnionl mon hftV0 bcon t work
Application for divorce was mado.reo lenguo ball games in Chicago Bvnrill wnoiH ivinir out now
yesterday by EmiUa Ohl who was during his visit there and saw somo ' lot) A now wall wlu bo bull
married at Lexington on Nov. 4th.iTCal games. IIo was a dologato from Ml!n inninB.iro. Rovnmi
Sioux Lookout Chapter D. A. R. with 192() to Waltcr 0hL sho accuaed North Platto Ix)dgo No. 1053. L. O !othor natlonai ccractories will, bo
done away with and all tho bodies
will bo taken to Fort McPhoraon.
Union Pacific and tho managora of but tho static was too strong and It members of families ub guests, went him of drunkenness and cruelty and!0- M
tho various lines therein Included didn't work. Scout Executive Stophena ' to tho Experimental substation Tues- asks comnloto dlvoroo and alimony, i
tion representing tho shop employees , morrow.
from Omaha to Los Angeles attend- :o: .
ed tho meeting. Tho new rates and PLANS FOR GET-TOGETHER BAN
rules are to become effective Sept- QUET ARE NOW ALL .
ember 1. COMPLETE
The agreement fixes wages of 7G, .
; station lawn. It was a beaqtiful oven- The demonstrating toam from the
' lng and Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and poultry club leaves Saturday for
I Mr. and Mrs. Zook did all in their Lincoln whoro it will attond
j power to malco things nice. Lunch waa toam consists of Violet Fletcher and
l served cafeteria to about eighty Burnard Levitt iwtith R. R. Morris as
i people. Tho menu consisted of fried leader.
, baked beans, sandwiches, applo pic,
Tho stock judging team left Thurs-
80, 85 and 9G cents an hour for thor- The North Platto Womans club chicken, different kinds
..... . ..... . ... ...lit . 1. ,11. I
ougniy sicmeu mecnanics wnicn wero jiju mu uuu juar wna a uoi
formerly paid dead level rates of 70 1 Together banquet at
cents and hour with 5 and 10 cent church next Monday
differentials in somo cases. that tlmo announcements
Under tho now plan a progressivo coming year will bo made. Tho , visitors counted thomselvoa lucky to and 0sso 11083 of MaxwolL Mn ana
lino of promotion is provided for with commltteo in charge of membershipa bo a member of a D. A. R. family.
rates ranging from 54 cents per hour haa secured almost 150 paid mem- :o:
for tho rough or slightly skilled work, bers and whllo this Is considered ! Twenty-six signers were Bocured to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor VonGoetz ro
contly returned from an auto trip For tho 8,x montM8 omUng toflay
through parts of Minnesota, especially , UlQ Mutunl Bull(llnJ nnd Loan AbbocI
that part lying around Minneapolis. ; at,on hftB dcclaroa aud pftld dlvldondB
Mr. VonGoetz says that thoir system QUt of Ug not 0ttrnlng8 for thc slx
of marking tho roads Is bettor than ; monUlfi afl follo). 0n Its paid-up
ours. Wo uao colored banda about tho , Btock ?27,384.32; on Its inatallment
poloa to show tho highways. Thoy uso I to k ?25 205i00 or a total of S5G2.589.3?
nuixiuora. ror uibuuico no iou us , .i,.j.i.i mi, .iii,i.i
I "V""", uu.-.w.o, Ulnuu piu, . f T (nxnln ttnlflnfr flio frln h , , (UVlUCnUS. 1 IIO (UVlUCnU On UIO
the Methodist eake, ice tea, coffee and trimmings. ?JJmJZa or 1 Ul BU,d bk Bhmr rad N(-!paid-up stock is paid In cash and that
evening. At Most of tho cars returned to tho J"n ' tho Installment Block Is credited
ents for tho 'city shortly after It got dark nnd the ?f ' "Ltl 1"- Everywhere the road was ft cBh on th0 momllor.a
Mrs. Geo. II. Kellogg wont by train
meeting tho boya at Lincoln
marked with tho figure 4 and that im8sbook. Bosses dcclnrin g and pay-
ing these dividends during thia six
was nil tho motorist neodod to follow.
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uuvunuiiiK u" ui in" l'uy iux mo uno mo usi is sim open anu win do i"--vi..o i' - -"1" -,.,.,,. i rt.,i. rin u.n cjnt
,...., .,-.x.. 1 ... .. . ... . r -htA !-,..' Cheerful Canning Club will leave Sat,
iiiginy biuuiki uiuBHuicunoiiH. ine now open unin aiior mo uanquet Aionuay "" m .u mibuuun un.ua.
ni.nnMf n vnfn Atl nnnln nn ! f 1 t J l.' - f l . Tlllfl fR TT1 flTH flmn ivL'n tTllrila rtt Mm
luiua im-.mo .u i "i mi j UVUJHUB. 2Uy IftUy 1U VHO Cliy WHO; " " t1(J Sfo yar tCam UlO Only
hour for helpers ns against tho form- If) interested In tho things for which PPO owners on that street. Louie onQ Qf klnd Jq L,ncoln county( Jt
Branching roads 1oro marked with pionthB perlo,i( tho Asaoclation made
other numbers which wcro shown on now ron, to loans to tho nmount
tho sign boards and tho guldo books. J. tigs 400 00
for Lincoln whoro thoy will attend lt Bounds llko an Improyment over
wur iiiuLium iuiu uu siiyu iu ib uunur. AUSH uiauya nansen comc3 lomor-
or rate of 47 cents.
tho club works, Is invited to tho L1PS"'tz. who circulated tho petition,
Ovortimo will bo adjusted on a banquet and to become a member of th?lt rcop0 down there wore Eloa3l 0tt with Mrs A R Iovltt!COUrt hUB0 WaB rcachca Wodncs,lliy
fluctuating scale. As to tho sonority t)0 club.
rights, tho agreement provides that
thoso who remained in or returned i
John Southall returned yesterday
most of them enthusiastic about pav
ing. "Thoy roallzo", said Mr. Llpahitz,
"that property values will bo greater
M. J. Corcoran, an operator for tho
to tho service on or before July 8,1 . , 4. 4Un . . ,Jn a paving district than whoro there TT,' Tf,i mna f,ntiv ,nmA
days ini """""" '18 lu"a Wednesday at Chappoll when tho car
1922, and thoso who entered the
Bervico beginning with and since
I Europe. Ho spent a row
Franco and one
- " . 'XL, IT N "mo payment plan used by : SIZZ w ,
July 1, will rank first while those ' Ba,d thftt wag cnough Tho of tho dty. It Is not a groat burden on break,ng h,a ,0B and ccuahJnB h,8
wno uruur mo survice ttuubmiucut ui
tho timo was spent In England. It
was reported that ho was bringing
homo a brldo but John says thcro
Pavlne work atarted on wost Six- was nothing to it. It was also ro-
Soptombor 1, 1022 will rank according
to the date thoy aro employed.
ntivnnn " rni, nnltn ... m.i m. 0
:uT"' ru,uV" wu" skull. Ho waa brought to tho Platto
O. B. Elder, city clork. I Wb1. .
th street yesterday. Tlio first thing ported that ho was going to stay in first of tho week from their home
la to tear out tho crosslnga and then ! England but ho eaya conditions aro stead In Wyoming. They will re-
tho catorpillar tractor and rotary . much worao thoro than in thla turn In a few days,
Mr. and Mra. Arthur Rnvnolrtn "W morning at o ciocic -ino uouy
and daughter Margaret returned tho wU1 bo tffl3ton to Ionlc' Mlc,llBra for
. row from Council Bluffa to spend tho
Tho top of tho walla to tho now wcok ond ymh rclaUves,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Boguo return
ed to thoir homo In Grand Island
Wodncsday aftor visiting for a few
weeks at tho Boguo and Barber
Mra. Louise Potereon and Frltzio
Koalor loft Saturday for tho lattors
homo in Kansas City after spondlng
tho summer In tho city at tho Chas.
and tho last pioco of masonry was
put In place. Thcro Is a groat deal of
work to bo dono on tho walls and In
tho matter of pointing off tho torra
cotta and brick work and, inlaying
somo of tho torra cotta pieces which
woro brokon or for other reasons
had to bo replaced. Work on tho roof
will bogln nt onco. Tho tllo for tho
partitions is on tho grounda and Con
tractor Howard McMichael saya ho
ox poets to havo tho building incloaed
long boforo snow fllos. Tho furnace
Olw(Ing to thoro being no Labor Day
colobration in North Platto on Mon-
Judgo Woodhurst roturnod roccntly is practically completed and tho in
Margarot Will from a trln to Moonnlinart. 111. where torior Work will ho dono durlnir tho lnv. thn innrrlinnfn pnmmiitnn i.na
shovel loada tho Burfaco dirt into country, no especially montiona 'stay with rolatlvoa and go to school ho attended tho annual national con-, winter months so that tho building announced thnt tho stores win ho
wagons and it la hauled away tho unemployment there. hero. vontlon of tho Loyal Order of Mooso. can bo completed by early Bummer. ; open all day ns usuaL
A-FORD to Rent A-FORD
CALL OTTEN STEIN GARAGE AND DRIVE IT YOURSELF PHONE 291