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CITi' AND COUNTY NEWS. Second Liberty Bonds.
' . Tho Mutual Building and Loan As-, 1 Vnv vn. t soclatlon Is offering for pale on or Farm Lnnnn unn flown r.mnlr ..... . ...... r . tJnnni A i'in mV . . 7. .. weeKiy or mommy payments menu Room 4 Uolth Theatre building. bonds In denomination,, of titty, one C. H . Walter, who has been In hundred, five hundred and ono Toxas and Oklahoma for a weok nr thousand. two buying cattle, 1h expected homo In Purchasers of thcqo bonds will bej a day or two.. credited on tho Index cards now bo-. u ..ji. i , , , , ng prepared by tho uounty ucrenso wenronu borked n(?cnts for t ho snle council, tho samo as If they were! .Nnr SnTlllg Slailips. llcxnll Dniar nui-Minno,! ,1nrlnn- Mm .Irlvn. I w..., w v -'0 Storw,... lied Cross Notes. The meeting of tho general com- A light rain -foil Wednesday OVen Ini fnllnntn.l I... .. l 4... aturo and a stiff and disagreeable mlttee will bo hold Saturday afternoon' wind yesterday. ( at 3 o'clock In tho gauzo dressing For Rent Threo rooms for lltrht rTi,n r,c.iin O..t.iooi .irnonint. wnriJ housekeeping und one furnished room. wlll bo carried on as ifcual on Satur Phono Black 414. 9-2 (lay afternoons. Tho campaign for funds which tho Mrs. B last week V. Ocrlnr. wlin rntiirmwl from Omaha, where sho ladles of tho Red Cross have conduct- Bubmltted to an oporatlon. Is ranldly ,nB for tho Past ten dtiys resulted In gaming in strength. Wanpd to rent a farm. Phono 798F31. 9-2.1 Mrs. Mudimore, of St. Petersburg, raising tho sum of JG20.70 to bo usod In the work. .:o:: lUg Sale of Properly. Fred W. Johnston, livlrfg 18 miles Florida, a slstor of the late Mrs. An- nrth of McCook, 18 miles south of drew Llddell is a guest of Mrs. L. May wood, and ono mllo west of tho F. Seeborger und will remain for a Quick store, wlll seir at public auqtlon week. I Wednesday, February 20th. 41 head of T .... ' horses and mules of all descriptions, Little follows Bluo Bib overalls G9 118 head oE cattlo inciuding cows, 2 cents. Larger sizes (59 cents at Tho aml 3 yr. old Btoers, heifers and calves, Leader Merc. Co. ;4q head of hogSi and a blg iot 0f farm Dave Day has purchased thihbartior , machinery and household gorts. The shop In Lincoln which ho wont to in-, sale will begin at 10 a. m. and a lino vestigato laBt Saturday night and will mncn avui do scrveu ai noon. at once make arrangements to mova' his family to that city. , Miss M. Sleman, stoam baths and Swedish Massage, ladles and gentle men. Phono 897. Brodbeck bldg. 85tt Mrs. J. V. Romigh returned a few days ago from Omaha, where she sub mitted to an operation. Though In a somewhat weakened condition, sho Is improving satisfactorily. Girl Phono wanted. 309. Mrs. J. V. Romigh, Tho threo office suites on tho second floor of the Knights of Columbus build ing have been leased respectively by Dr. McCabe, Dr. Morrill and Dr. Drost. They are well lighted and con veniently arranged offices. Tho latest creations of new spring suits, coats dny3t.es and skirts may be seen on display at Block's. :o: First Presbytcrnlii Church. Sunday school 10 a. m., A. S. Allen, Superintendent. It matters not what your age Is you can find a class frn itin liiirn TIlo PftV T TT PlITTV. D. D., will havo as his subject for next Sunday at 11 a. m. "God's Abid ing Presence," and at 7: 3D p. m. "Crystallzlng the Wlll of Victory " You will enjoy the music at these services with Miss McKay at tho organ and Mrs. GUfoyle as directress. J. C. E. at 3 p. m. ::o.- Art Exhibit for Schools. Tho Music and Art department of tho Twentieth Century Club met last Tuesday with Mrs. W. B. Brown and In addition to an interesting program on Austrian and Scandanavlan songs, plans were perfected for an art exhibit to be held In the Franklin Auditorium February, 27, and 28, and March 1 and ttfAn1 nrnnmn1 nntotnna rlniirvhnut a : 1 110 OXH101L CUIUUH U UIII UIU lIOWll and pumpkin pie with other trimmings ' Art Publication Co., and tho pictures will ho anrvofl nt. tho. M. E. church.' have been selected especially with tho March 1st, by the Epworth League. 1 tea meeting school requirements; Dining room will bo open at 5 p. m. 1 1" connection with the exhibit will be I a special program each evening, tho One Tom 1 year old and hens for, subjects to be announced later, sale, and would like to trade 3 year I An admission of ten cents will be old pony for organ. Write Mrs Cor I charged, tho entire amount so raised Partridge, City. 0 2 .to be expended in tho purchaso of We wish to thank our friends and pictures for our city schools. The neighbors for their sympathy and. Music and Art department is offering kindness and for tho beautiful floral two special prize pictures to tho two tributes during tho illness and at ho rooms which sell tho largest number time of tho death of our son. Mr. and Mrs. J. Capln. Mr. and Mrs. Harry "Block, who have been In Now York City for sever al weeks, are expected homo soon. Mr. Block has rented tho C. S.x Clinton house vacated by Dr. Wurtolo nnd will move thereto upon his return homo. Have you seen tho new Girdle top corsets. E. T. Tramp & Sons. Information was filed against G. W. Buck and A. E. Buck In the county court yesterday charging them with removing from Lincoln county person al 'property on which the Farmers' State Bank of Sutherland noius a mortgage. Wo are able now to supply your wants on muslin undorwear, all new spring merchandise. E. T. Tramp & Sons. . This week has been housecleanlng time at tho Elk's home. Tho floors have been sandpapered and polished, tho rugs dusted nnd furniture and woodwork brightened, all of which adds to tho attractiveness of tho several rooms. For quick nction anil Mitlsfactory sale list yonr land with Thnelccke. tf H. 0. Karr, of Salt Lake City, visit ed a day with his sister Mrs. Henry GUfoyle, enrouto homo from a trip to New York and other eastern cities In tho Interest of tho Mercer-Garden Auto Co., of Salt Lake City, of which he Is sales manager. of tickets. These pictures framed, will be shown in each room and later in some public plac'o. The prlco of admission to tho exhibit, which will be a matter of civic pride as well as an educational advantage to our schools, has been purposely made vo.r small, In order that this event may havo tho support and patronage which it deserves. CATTLE FOR SALE. Will havo on sale at the local yards on or about February lGth, jono hun dred head White Faced Cows. Also six milch cows soon to be fresh. Will sell anv number nt any time. C. RAUCH & SON. ' 720 East Fourth Street. Phone Black 100S. North Platte. rran Statement to The' Public JL-JL Every person who coniefnplates. BUILDING and especially in the case of a Homo should know that throush.the wonderful development'; our Industry, HOME DUILDINQ now takosfislc among the pro fessions. It is not enough to supply' the raw materials- the retail lumber dealer of today the Profession al Retail Building Material Merchant, if you please--must be thoroughly equipped to satisfy his customers in way unthought of ten yearB flyo years ago yes, last year. We Aant you to know those w&ys to know" how we cah help you solve your building problems,, to know us. J The Chief Item of the Lumber Merchant's Equipment is a Modern Plan Service ? And nono but tho BEST Plan Sorvlce Is good enough for OUR customers. That is why wo hold aArselvos nnd our customers doubly fortunnto In our rosontly announced nfflllntlon with tho Keith Corporation. For tho thlrd-of-a-contury tho nnino of "Koith" has boon synonymous with "Modern, Artistic, Comfortable, Convenient, Stop saving, Moderately Priced HOMES." Koith designs hnvo built PRIZE HOMES, not only all over America, but In a dozen foreign countries n well. This organization Is acknowledged as tho loading authority on Artistic Construction nnd tho homo of "Ko'lth" on a plan stamps It with Good Tasto and Good Judgmont. And wo would call particular atten tion to tho fact that not only havo wo secured this splendid service for qur customers, but that W are the EXCLUSIVE Local Representatives Wo most cordially Invite you to come to our office and loam more rbout this NEW PROFESSION'. We are proud of It proud of the opportunity to show you how we can servo you Whether you arc thinking of building or not como In and lot us show you things you really, ought to know about OUR busl ncss for YOUR BENEFIT. The old method of "figuring" with a dozen people was con fusing. Tim new way our wnv is equally pleasant. Wo lay before ou for your selection tho best designs :ohcelved In America. Wo. meet your every wish, Intelligently and sympa thetically, and help you to fulfill It to your satisfaction. The qualities ilr.d properties c every desirable material Ytro "fully explained and vnrlous combinations of construction and finish material,' hardware and color schemes arc presented for your consideration nnd approval; When you. leave our office, you havo COMPLETE "data about tj.at new HOME and you havo had no trouble no worry no' llgurlng--no delay. "A You tot ALL this information from one sourcqright at y'nome- from mon who will probably bo mores proud( of haying , made possible that Now Homo of yours than you will bo of owning rnd living in it. And you'll And tho price for all of this mighty reasonable. ;- We havo thousands of PRIZE PLANS at our disposal wo havo a large number In our office a special solect Ion wo mado for this particular local ity. Largo photographs show tho beauty of Interior and clear drawings demonstrate tho attravtlvo room nr rnngemonts. You will doubtless find In this selec tion your IDEAL HOME, but. ir wo havo failed to anticipate your in dividual desires, wo can, nt vory short notice, securo for you JUST WHAT YOU WANT DOWN TO THE VERY LAST MINUTE DETAIL. That's what wo call REAL SER VICE. And Unit's what wo want you to understand, bo that you may know what sort of sorvlce you should de mand, no matter from whom you ovon tually buy. Investigate our FREE PLAN OFFER Coates Lumber Company Information Bureau Is always nt jour Hcrvlco LOCAL AND PERSONAL :o: : Until embargoes are lifted and freight cars can be unloaded instancs of loaded frolght cars standing on side tracks In this state may be reported frequently. Ono hundred locomotlvps have been moved from this territory tc the cast and railroad men havo beer hnmlica'piped by motive power short -ago. Nevertheless those who have had the best sources of information and j hayo been In a position to judge best ore not Inclined to believe that rail way managers are trying to mako fovernment control of tho roads a failure. Col. Beatty was up from Brady the early part of the weok visiting friends and Interviewing the Income tax man. Now spring dresses on display at E. T. Tramp & Sons. YOU MUST HELP t All the men and women and most of the children can spare a quarter now and then and we ur&e you BUY THRIFT STAMPS. Each quarter is gladly received. But remember it is not a &ift. You simply loan it on the best security. Save 16 Thrift Stamps and &et a "BABY BOND". Uncle Sam pays you 4$ interest on them compounded quarterly. Start Buying Thrift Stamps Here Now. McDonald State Bank NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. An Immense electric sign the .larg est on Dowoy street was placed over tho entrance to the Harcourt Clothing Co. this week. It ndvertlses tho Har court location and the celebrated Collegian clothes and lights up the block in good shape. ur Morrill. Donilst Miss Sadie Trovillo has kindly con; sented to sing at tho Elk's golden an niversary next Monday evening. Miss Trovillo has an exceptionally pleasing and cultivated .voice and Is certain to well entertain tho largo crowd which is expected to bo present. Our suits are suro to pleaso you, como and see them. E. T. Tramp & Sons. It is estimated that from six to eight hundred residents and concerns ofj Lincoln county will pay more or loss income tax. Tho payments as a rule will bo small but they wlll all go to-! ward winning tho war. ' Fine stock and alfalfa farm ono mllo from depot nnl adjoining town of Sutherland, 700 acres, 120 Irrigated, mostly In alfalfa, plonty of fruit, 9 room house, and good barn and out buildings. On Lincoln Highway, and. Ideal location tor growing bloodul stock. Easy terms. D. C. Wilson, owner, Sutheiland, Nebraska. 10-ti I have G40 acres of land In the north hills for sale on easy terms, some good farm land on samo. Also 1G0 acres of choice bottom land on easy, terms. Gene Crook, Room 4, Keith Theatro building. , A largo crowd of both dancers and spectators enjoyed tho annual ball given Monday ovoning by tho Lady Catholic Forresters. Tho Indies sold quite a number of tickets to persons who wcro not 'presont at tho danco, henco tho receipts wore such as to loavo a nlco surplus In tho treasury. Henry Hansen, who Is wlutorlng 400 head of cattlo on tho ranch north of tho river says they aro wintering well but consuming a big lot jjf high priced hay I Andy Olson, living west of town, has on exhibition in the First National bank tho germinating 'powor of his seed corn. Ho 'planted forty-flvo kernols In a pan and forty-two Btnlks appeared. That Is a high percentngo of germination. For Sale Sovoral Abordocn Pollnnd Angus Bulls, 10 to 12 months old. Address Frnnk l?belo, North Platte, or Phone 79SF2. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yulo, who re cently sold tholr farm wost of Suther land for $14,000, nro spending a fow days In town preparatory to leaving for California, whoro thoy go on ac count of Mr. Yulo bolng troubled" with leakago of tho heart. Ho has umjer, consideration tho purchase of an autoi truck upon which to lond his personal! belongings nnd mako tho trip to Call- fomla by that motio. i UBLIC SALE The North Platte Sales Co. WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC SALE ON SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd. COMMENCING AT 1 P. M. 70 Head of Broke Horses and Mules, Weighing from 1200 to 1600, from 4 to 8 yrs old- 6 matched team of Mares, some in foal. 2 pair of Mules. Number of Good Cattle. . 10 Sets of Work Harness.- 2 Automobiles, One new one. A lot of Used Farm Machinery. TERMS: Six months' time at ten per cent interest. All sums under $20 cash. Two per cent off for cash on sums over $20. NORTH SIDE BARN. Corner Locust &. 8th st. North Plntte, Neb. JULIUS MOGENSEN, Manager. F. C. PIELSTICKER, Clerk. 1 This is the machine you have been hearing about with swinging wringer and latest improvements. North Platte light & Power Co. WE BOY YOUR HAY, GRAIN, SEEDS AND LIVESTOCK. We sll Coal, Flour, Graham, Whole Wheat, Corn Meal, Corn Chop, Barley, Chop, Salt, Shorts, Bran, Tankage and Cotton, Linseed and Alfalfa Meal, mixed Chicken Feed and all kinds of Grain. Quality guaranteed and SERVICE THE BEST?. Leypoldt & Pennington, EAST FRONT ST. PHONE 99.