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THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., FEBRUARY 15, 19 i 8. No. 10 HOltti MEN TO HE CALLED i Former l'ricst Commended. roil PHYSICAL EXAMINATION. Rev, T. M. Conway, who a quarter , , or a century ugo was priori ot mo A. S. Allen, of the county exemption local Catholic parish, completed the hoard, stated yestorday afternoon that twentieth year of his pastorate at ho would probably resume calling men Grand Junction, Col., a couple of Sun for physical examination next Tues- day's since. A papor ot that clf.y on day. Loss than one-half of tho regis-, editorially commenting on Rev. Con trants not In sorvlcr. hnvo so far boon way and his pastoiato says: '"Father called for examination In fact thero Conway Is oue of the big, able men of are nearly a thousand yet to he ex- tho community, nnd ho has nevo f.Ul amlned. Tho plan of calling thirty cd to assorc Iue Inlluo ico In a way for each day will probahly bo resumed, perhaps quiet b.t nevertheless effoc tho men to report in tho morning of tivt In every move for tho bottermont tho designated day, in order that the of tho city and its people, x x x. examinations may bo completed by During tho war no minister has stood noon. more squaroly, emphatically and con- ::o:: islstontly for tho movements lnaugu- Income Tax Agent Scott, who had rated as war measures." been holding forth for ten days at tho These good words will bo appreclat fodoral building folded his tent last ed by Father Conway's former night and stole, away to other fields, parishioners. Other than giving out blanks, Mr. I ' !!o:: Scott was not of much assistance to tile anxious inquirer tor no was not for Minneapolis, Kan., to visit a able to definitely give an opinion on, brother who has Joined tho navy and tho knotty questions contained in tho leaves Boon for the coast. Carl will CJu!. .olds General Mcctlufc'. Tho Twentieth Century club met Tuosday ovenlng at the Federal build ing at which tlmo Mrs. Cottcroll, the president notified tho ladles that she', had bcon requested appoint tv number of four mlnuto 'Bpeakers to talk on patriotic subjects at all women's gatherings and societies'. Thoi first subject would bo probably "Nat uralization of Women." Mrs. North gavo an Interesting talk on tho subject. Mrs. Elder, vice chnirman, or tin Domostlc-Sclonco department, who' through the resignation of Mrs. U Smith became chairman, reported om work done .y that department andj also ot tho work dpno by tho city wel faro comm.'' we It Is urgen:l requested by the club that If there bo any cases ot need or; suffering In the city that Mr: lOMtr,- JlOWA FAHMKlt IS V1NKII Toil MtAtT ML blanks, and those of course were tho1 bo absent a week or ten days. ones tho people desired solved. Dr. Morrill. Dentist. under protection of Stars and .ll-T.H . . . Engineer Carl Skaggs loft last night or Bny one on her committed coAt& ,T , V, Lg " " w"0 Jng ot tho Misses Emma Smith, Sylvia watts and Laura Murray, bo notified, Mrs. Cramor reported that tho Art department would hold an Art exhibit In tho Franklin Auditorium on Tehf 27-2S and March land 2. Attorney Muldoon transacted business In Sidney Wednesday. legal BILLIE BURKE IN "T IE MYSTERIOUS MISS TERRY" The line above should be enough to say about a picture and is for most people, but for those who do not follow photoplays we will add that here is a great picture, a famous actress and a story with human interest and heart throbs. ' Keith Theatre, Monday and Tuesday. FEBRUARY 18 AND 19. ADULTS 25C. CHILDREN )lOC. UKS. Yesterday Abo Mooro, 02 years old, a farmor living near VanMotor, Iown, was sontencod to pay half his worldly wealth to tho United States govern ment by Federal Judge Martin J. Wndo. Mooro wub found guilty ot violating tho asplonago law by advis ing Iowa men of military ugo to re sist tho draft. Moore is worth about $5,000 and must pay a flno of $2,500, but it ho can show tho court that ho has bought $1,000 worth of Liberty bonds or $1,000 worth of war savings stamps, tho lino will bo reduced to $1,500. "I ought to sond you to the ponl tontiary," Judgo Wado said, "because in this war time every living man who is Vocational Cards to Washington. Royal Neighbors Install Officers. , Miss Edna Sullivan, clerk to the' At a meeting ot'tho Royal Neighbors county oxomptlon board, is now mail- Wednesday aftornoan tho following' ing out to Washington a vocational ' officers wore Installed: Ornclo, .Mrs. card for each Lincoln county regIb-A. Able; vlce-oraclo, Mrs. E. York; trant These cards aro a copy of the pastoraelo, Mrs. M. Hayes; chanclllor, loadlmr nuostlona on tho nuestlonnlro. Mr8. S. W. Donaldson; receiver, Mrs. civiiiK tho namo. rosidonco and aco ot! A. A. Elliott; marshal, Mrs. 11. P. ?ind loynlty to tho government. "1 understand your oldost son will soon bo in tho army, howovor, and for his sako I will lmnoso n flno onlv. Ml would dtsliko to see a man sorvlng nis country wniie his father is In .uioa uuium tjiiiiill iuuu u iuju. Ullj COUntrV Lincoln's Days," which was very; much enjoyed and Mrs. Dlalock read a Bplendld paper on conservation Tiucking the Meat Trust. Phono Black 905 your meat orders. Will ilpllvnr In flvn nmnid lntn nr rnnro Handle Lard and Cooking Comnoinid.l1'0"80 1,1 rer Ipt of ono bo.i of -urglc Packing house product. Trial orc!er8iiftl nnd hosnlul supplies on Jan. 3.s', Commends Local Work. In a letter to Mrs. F. W. lUnckor,. Mrs. 11. II. Daldrlge of Omaha, Rt.Ue censor for Red Cross work says: Tho Nebraska Hed Cross Inspection wart will bo appreciated. Jno. It. Thomas, The Meatman. J . ; o : : , Wilcox Department Store havo moved their Dry Goods and Ladles Furnishing Goods to thcir new store and are open for business on these de partments. ) Mrs. Joseph Roddy returned Wed ncsday from a weeks visit in Omaha Mrs. Roddy we.nt to Omaha to attend tho funoral of tho late Louis Thoolecke. j Every express from Now York City brings scores of now spring garmcnig at Block's store. Economy S TO BE FOUND AT THE Shoe Market Commencing today and continuing the balance of February Ladies black all kid, lace or button, plain toe or with tip, low or medium heels. Ladies' black patent leather button or lace plain toes and heels. Growing Girls' Gun Metal button, low heel. These are excellent values formerly priced up to $3.50 and $4.00. Sale price - $2.45 Ladies' all black kid lea.ther, medium and high tops, leather Louis heels, plain, narrow toes, button or lace. Ladies' black kid vamps with grey cloth tops, Louis heels plain toes, lace. Formerly priced up to 6. Sale Price - - $3.85 f ii i if ii Ladies' all black kid leather, plain toes, medium high and Louis leather heels, button styles. These make ele gant street and and service shoes. S4 values J sale price , Ladies' black all kid leather, plain toes, leather Louis heels, lace styles, narrow and me dium toes. These are practical dress shoes. For merly priced at $4 and $4.50 sale pnee $3.15 SPECIAL PRICES ON CHILDREN'S SHOES. These shoes are all taken from our own stock and placed on sale in order to ob tain' all available room for our spring merchandise. Reduce the HIGH COST OF LIVING by trading at the store where QUALITY and ECONOMY are foremost. SHOE MARKET AVES YOU " ONEY ON SHOES One Door South of Keith Theatre. tor which wo wish to thank you. I noto that tho censor's ronort roatls. a very, very, nice looking box beauti fully packed." Como again. Tho wnro house has moved Into Ha now location at 12th and Farnam. and wo would appreciate very much a visit from tho women of North Platto when thoy aro in tho city. Wo would like lo show them how their coodu are re ceived, consored, packed and shinned nu wiuun rorty-elght hours Baptist Church. 9:45 Sundny School. 11:00 Morning worship. Thome. "Tho Method of Apostlllc Evangelism " G:30 I). Y. P. U 7:30 Evening Worship. "The Illu mlnatlon Ceremony of the Tathnndor Girls will precedo tho sermon. All nro requested toc.omo promptly to enjoy this beauC.'ul presentctlon lv fifteen youUBwglrls of 'PJirist as tho Ugh: of mo vvor'.i." Sormon.. Thome: "Tho Message of lithe Book of Revelation." dlscussinc whether tho number of thonion men tioned In chapter 1 is tho Kaiser You aro invited to make tho Baptist church your church homo A. C. HULL, Pastor : :o: : Protestant Episcopal Service. Poburary 17th, 1918, First Sunday in Lent: 8 a. m. Holy communion, 9:lu a. m. Sunday School, 11 a. m. Morn ing Prayor and sermon: Subject, "Man's Place in tho World." 7-30 p. n. ovenlng Prayor and address subject, "Job." St. Paul's Chuopl North Side, 3 p. m. Sunday school i Lionton Services Wednesday oven lng 7:30 in Church of Our Saviour Friday evening 8, St. Paul'" Chapel, North Side. ' Rev. Arthur Dlttes Jones, Rortor : :o-.: SuffrnglstN Charge Fraud. Lincoln Neb. Charging that gross frauds and forgeries wore committed in tho securing of signatures to the referendum petition that has so fur suspended the limited women sulfrngo law passed by tho last legislature dozen represontatlve Nebraska women havo filed suit In tho district court hero for tho purposo of onjolnlnsj the secretary of state from further action thereon. - : :o: Tho entire crop of Pinto beana In Colorado Is to bo purchased by tho United States food administration at 8 cents ftor pound, nnd tho beans then sold rtut to retailors to bo distributed throughout tho country for food pur poses. -You will find no wsprlng drosses suits and coats Just being opened up In our now storo. Wilcox Department Store Dr. J. S. Slmms has received bin commission ns first lloutonant In tho medical corpH and Is expecting a call soon to report at,, Ft. Riley. He has ordorod his uniform which will bo hero In a day or two Tho Grocery Department of WI'cox Department Storo is open for business at tho old location Among tho many deft humorous' touches inserted In Blllle Burko'B latest Paramount PIctmro by Director J. Soarlo Dawloy is tho plcturizatlon of tho rivalry between two impecun ious young clorks for tho hand of "Tho MystorlouB Miss Torry," which, by the way, is the namo of tho production. "Tho Mysterious Miss Torry" has bo como an assistant in a hardware store and both young men invent frequent , and usually unnecessary orrandB thero j to bring thorn Into tho presonco of tho voung lady. Everything in tho storo I thoy can possibly use and much they . un not in purchased from !lat Jrons for papor weights to embroidery scissors for opening mall. Tho picture Is full of sconos of mystery and In trigue as well as thoso countless "h iman lntorost" touches. Don't miss BIHIo Burke In her greatest success which comc,s to tho Keith theatro on Monday and Tuesday. ::o:; If tho bowels are cloggod up poisons get into tho blood causing loss of strength, skin eruption, dlzzInosB and vortlgo (blind staggers.) Prickly Ash Bitters will open tho bowels, drlvo out tho impurities and restore strength, energy and cheerful spirits. Price $1.25 per bottlo. Rlnckor Book Honckel; assistant marshal, Mrs. C. York; Inner sontlnol, Mrs. L. L. Wright; outer sentinel, Mrs. M. Mut chlo; board of manngors, Mrs. II. Schott, Mrs. I. L. Stobblns and Mrs. 13. Koontz; physicians, Dr. Mario Amos nnd Dr. Lucas; musician, Mrs. E. Owens. Thoro wes a laro attendance and each registrant, his occupation and class. Ton teachers or tho City schoola assisted Miss Sullivan in this work Tuesday evening and will again assist this ovenlng. : :o: : Tho fodoral food administrator has placed an embargo on tho kllllnc of i i. i .. 1 1 f m L. I nous nuu puuuis lur loon purpuHon, ' aniovnixiQ lunch, was served and tho ordor has been relayed thrui""1 J"10 lu".c.w;aa aorvcu- out ino sumo oy aiaio Auminisirator TInprv .,.. ,,,, ,, nt,,iin Wattles. Tho ordor became efToctlvo ".',, ',,,., ... n i, n.;i,.A.i last Monday and wll continue In force . -iirn,t.,na,in.. up to April 30th. As practically all " " roostors havo by this time boon sold, I Advanco showing of now spring freshly killed cJiickens will bo off the suita, coats, drossos and skirts at market Block's. Dearest Sir: Next week, P. M., Mr. Boss he shows great picture. Him funny like nothing so much. "Togo," he report, "this is great statistics" which he tell mo he made on last Para mount P.iptt'ire. So come early now, shsh-sh! a State sncekmN I make love like anything. Hoping you arc the same, Yours; truly, "Hashimura Togo." WALLACE IRWIN'S famous stories of the Japanese schoolboy have made friends among the millions of readers of the Saturday Evening Post and Good Housekeeping magazines. Don't miss this picture and insure comfort by coming early. Keith Theatre, 'Saturday Night. THE UNIVERSAL CAR It's no longer necessary to go into the details describing the practical merits of the Ford car everybody knows all about "The Universal Car." How it goes and comes-day nfter day and year after year at an operating expanse so small that it's won derful. This advertisement is to urge prospective buyers to place orders without delay as the war has produced conditions which may interfere with normal production. 7Buy a Ford car when you can get one. We'll take good care of your order get your Ford to you soon as possible and givo the best in "afterservice" when required. HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO. jaw 4IIIID. This Bank's the best place for your Escrow Contract Contracts left In Escrow at this bank nro Immediately placed within our lire and burglur.proof vaults which fully protects them, nnd given you nbsoluto privacy In the mnttcr. Como In and ask us about our Escrow nnd Conveyancing services. Platte Valley State NORTH PLATTE, NEB. Bank & Drug Co., Special Agents.