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IRA L. RARE, Editor and Pablliher.
TRAIN HITS AUTO
One Year by Mali In Adrntice. ..
One rear by Carrier In Adrauco. .lJJJ0
Entored at North Platte, Nobraaka,
Postofllco as Second Class Matter.
I'JMDAV, APRIL l.'l. IIH7.
Congress Ih expected to pass today!
tiio Kitcliln bin for a Ave billion dot
Four women woro Instantly killed
atulJoiio seriously Injured Wednesday
oyoning at uiuhon. wiien tho car In
which tliey wore riding was struck by
train jno. no. wiilcli was running
nuy nines an nour. tho car was tossed
Bovonu Hundred foot. Miss Hutli
'matcher, principal of the Gibbon
scnooiB, was driving tho car. and did
not notlco tho annroachlne train.
Miss Thatcher was sorlously Injured,
ana tno Killed are Mrs. C. S. Thatcher
and. daughter Sadie, of Glhhon, Norma
Gordon of Keilirnoy, and Mrs. James
i-nwflon or North Hend who
guoet at tho Thatcher homo.
Tll.i Pntinff tT 111. ......I
lar bond Issue and a two billion dollar that during March 1917, thore wore
SOUTH SIDEIIS ALMOST
UNANIMOUS FOIL HONRS
Tie Tribune has never recorded so
nearly, a unanimous voto on any pro
position as was cast at tho election
held south of the river Tuosday. This
election was hold for tho purpose of
voung nonos in tno sum or ?10,000 to,
aid In the construction of a new I
brldgo across the South Platto river!
south of tho city. Thcro woro 133
votes cast. 131 of which wore In favor
oi mc proposition and two against
i'orliapB the two follows who vota-J
against, itho proposition aro now
sorry that they didn't voto for in
stead of ngalnst.
The practical unanimity of tlm voto
on tho south side should certainly bo
repeated In North Platto at Uio
election to ho hold May 17th, who-n a
proposition to voto an equal amount
le Hi & Si Agency
SELLS CITY PROPERTY
Sells Fire, Tornado, Auto
mobile and Hail Insurance.
We respectfully solict your
LETT YOUR WANTS BE KNOWN.
Olflcn Phones Black or Red 012.
Kovnnlv.tlirn,. ,.i rm. ... i"""" -U"iU amount
flinoo wwiiiOHiiay witli representatives 2,485, made of as follows
of tho allied "powers. Tho reprosonta- juvenile 10C7.
iivos or railroads and Individual During March 101(5 the total rir
loaders have aUo been called In for oulatlon was 1180 of which 843 woro
conference with the president and taken out by adults and C37 by we
iw advisors, nllo patrons.
. r " "'"'"'""TB o"- something now Woman
otuuo i iciiik ouliiiiuii, uuui lor uio Hooklcts, American Hov
F. J. DIENEE & CO.
Eeni ft stale and Insnrance
Come and boo ub for town lots in
different parts of the city. Good In
vestments on easy terms. Houses for
uH.o.", and for the cntrs own use A Wtauta wSSor XliSSSoS "? Vr,"" B
Feeding tho allies, supplying am- lssubd by thi I) A n ivISn o-nh?! i ? a Dower 8ta upstairs
munition and building ships to carry A' "f tV'l,rnH'"-' '" farms and ranches.
DI?. JOHN S. TWINEM
Special Attention to
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Nurse Brown Memorial Hospital.
IV. J. IIOLDEKNESS
"'"ng Storage ButtorJeh
those necessities of life to the allies
is to bo tho duty of the United States
for tho present. In tho meantime a big
army will bo trained for uso if It bo
It Is feared on the part of many
congressmen that tho withdrawal of
COO.OOO or 1,000,000 mon from the
farms and factories will bo tho begin
ning of another dra or high prices;
that,lf tho number Is quadruple, It
will moan a famine In this country
and a mlorld famine. There Is also a
fear that IiIkIi taxation to meet tho
cost of war, as demanded by the prov
ident, -will cause a great deal of mis
ery, because such taxes aro passed on
to labor and production.
Ono, hundred and fifty persons
mostly girls, wore kille, and twb
hundred or more Injured Tuos
day by an oxplosfon In a munitions
plant at Kddystono, Pa., owned by
tho Russian govornmont. It Is bellovcd
tho explosion was tho rosult bt a
plot, and sovoral suspects are under
Four plottors, with plans and ex
plosive, have boon nabbed nt Chicago.
Tho plans indicated that the men
woro preparing to blow up sky scrnp
ors. Gormun submarines ar0 said to bo
operating In tho Pacific ocoan and all
steamhlp captains at sea have boon
notified by wireless to koop a look
W.,111 J1. 1,e ft Ion war or n short
war Opinions dlffor In Washington.
Most men think It will en nn for
years; that thor0 Mil l)0 many lives
lost and vast troasuro expended beforo
Gonimny Is conquered. Ono or two
keen obsorvors, howovor, assort that
before an army win be landed In
iMiropo from the United Stntoa tho
war will be over. Thoy baso tholr
vlowtt on tho biillof flint aonnany
will not only want peace, but tho
prospects for a world famine on ac
count of tho entry of tho United States
Into tho wnr will causo tho othor
warring nations to sook peace.
Ncbrnnkn'H U'fitiif Shordigc.
.AY: W" P1Irr for'norly of tho North
Platto Bub-station, nun1 boini nt n..,l
ngronomy depiurtmont of the state un-noi-Hity,
itetlniatoH that almost 70 per
cent of Nebraska's wlntor wheat Is
'nd.'.i ,ut tl,nt w!th fivorablo weather
conditions a CO por cent crop Ib posai
, '. , n Homo loi:al'tlo8 reports show
that DO per cent of the wlntor whent
, intI ollwn that 00 por cont
Ib dead," says Prof. uurr, "piKiire,,
tabiilated by tho Stato Hoard of Agri
oulturo indlcnto .that 00.9 por cent
ol tho wheat In flftv-fnnr
I T. . .. 7 vu"nw in I
uuu. hi Homo locaiitloa wheat hus
Bovoroiy uurini; Uio IiiHt weok.
--- IIMIIUIUl . II1III VI lltllfk it
chnnco for moro than u 30 por cent
v.Wy, muuu vory uun Htanils nt this
tlmo of yeuir may make a fair crop.
In fact a number of yoarB ago when
the Hessian fly was bad. a 15 por cont
Htnnil early In May mado prnctlcally
a ru l orop. I look, thoroforo, for No-
minor wneiu crop to bo
....... mi riw,uuu,uuu niiaiioiB. Tho nor-
crop is aoout GO.000.000. Last
year Nebraska produced 3,500,000 bus-
i.uih ui Hprmg wnoat, anil as tlio avor
ngo will bo IncrmRodi this year tho
ylo d ought to bo Increased to 5,000,000
making a total yiold of 25.ono.nfin
.T,a of l,ont" "t courso,
....., liiouiuuiciu data.
An)i lit Have lloail (Jriulcd.
A petition, conUUnlng tho munos of
In I iniiiurwi runners, has boon
Hlod with tho county commissioners
nBltlng that 'Mlnxt is known as tho
north Horshoy road bo grnntod. Tho
'potltioners ask that tho grading stnrt
at a. point ono nillos wwt of Bakor
sohool hoiiHo on tho rondrtinnlngnorth
thonoo wot fourteen mllos to the
rrwd running south at tho J. R. Whito
rami. Kor ninny yenrs this has boon
tho main traveled and host roa,i, to
Horslioy, and In rntet to O'lllon.
but last fall the south road, 'wblch
In mpra dkwct. was gnulod and now
much of tii travel wont Is ovor tho
Inttor riwiil. Tho fanners along the
north road aro undoubtedly ontltlod
to tiio consliloralon thoy nsk. It Is tho
.w.tl, , uiu worn, ana biioum
made iv rood that It Is a pleanuro
IH r Clival nviiK - I
EnllslnicnlH nre Slow.
Knllstmonts at tho two rocrultinir
Htntlona in this otly this iweok have
boon slow. At Uio National Guar,,, sta
lion, a numbor havo nppoarod and
rondo Inquiry of Offlelor Rowland,
but have not Hlgnod. Tho phnHo thoy
boiii to havo most objection to Is tho
fear that of having to lay ldlo in
concentration campK. They aro willing
to enlist for action, but not to spond
Bix months or a yoar in camp.
Speaking of Company 13. Offlcor
Rowland BnyB tboro .is no dangor of
North PIntto losing tho company
through lack of enlistments. Tho fact
Is tho company Ib now noarly up to
peace strength, and If tho Fifth is
uruuruu uui, u is Doiiovd that Com
Electrical Sewing Machine
This fully guaranteed machine is light and can be
carried arround the house with ease and used on any
table. The machine is driven by an electric motor
under perfect pontrol. Machine and motor fully
u.FijUu wun auaenments, $db.UU. Lome in and
North Platte Light and Power Co.
ake your investment earn four
as siraeli use SmJA
Fonn-a-Truck in place of horses
Get full returns out of every
dollar you invest in hauling and de
livery equipment. Smith Form-a-1
ruck gets four times the value out
ot every dollar you spend when you
compare it with horse-drawn service.
It hauls twice the tonnage horses can
haul over three times the areaand in the
same time. It costs you nothing in non
working hours. And even when it is work
ing it costs fully 75 less than horses.
10,000 users in 451 lines of business have
proved this for you. Among them are many
ot the largest corporations in the country-
Cudnhy Pacliing Company
U. S. Mail Contractors
Schlitz Drewlng Company
uuuer rapcr Company
Standard Oil Company
Armour & Company
Morris & Company
Indian Refininir Comnanv
Flcishinanu Yeast Company Montgomery Ward & Co.
And you can now use Smith Form-a-Truck
with lord, Maxwell lJi.ick, Chevrolet, DodKeHrotherS
or Overland power plan:,.
Arrange for demonstration NOW. Start avina
real money m your , touting by using
f. o. b.
North Plattte Truck Co;
GEORGE CARMAN, Mgr. North Platte.'
Office phono 2-11. Res. phone 217
L. C . D RO S T,
North Platte, . . Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
ALIIEKT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Beltbn nniiiiinr
North platto, Nebraska.
J. B. REDFIELD.
VIIYSWIAN & SUJtGEOK
Dra. Rcdfleld A. nprituiH
Office Phono 642 Res. Phnnn B7
OLD LINE LIFE Policies
ON EASY TERMS
J. E. SEBASTIAN. State Mar,
Minn.Mutual Lif elns.Co.
Phone Office Red 612
Residence Red 348
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
Will iiinko tho KPiisnn nu full
Tuesdays nnd Fridays at tho Moir.
onsen l eed and Sale Burn, North
l iauc, ijet'innint' April lOih.
ji uiiiico oi uio neck (except Sun.
uni at in v liirm slv mlii.u wnut t
iionii j-iiuie and three fourths of a
"uio souiiicast or JJlrdnood switch.
Nalwb was foaloi Mnv s.i inm nnii
imported with hln tuntimr Uv mm.
& Robinson, of Grand Island, In July.
1913. Was bred by M. Dosnrnz. rinnnrt '
- no, in prance. This horse
wuigas ivau, is clean and sound In
every particular, and Is as good as
mil iiiiu liny wiierc.
Wo Invito vou to
Terms $15.00 to
stnnd and suck. If m.irna tiro illimiu nil
of or leave country sorvlco foo bo
conies duo and payable at once.
Cnro will bo taken to prevent ac
cidents, but should any occur stallion
owner will not b rna
Aollc o rrctlor
Kstate No. 1409 ot Henry
In tho County Court of
The Stato of Nebraska, bb: Creditors
of said estate will tnke notice that
the time limited for pro'senta'tlon and
flllnff of claims aKalhst said Kstato Is
Novomber 11, 1917, and for settlement
of said Estate is April i, 1918; that I
will sit at the county court room In
said county, on May 11. 1917, at 9
?c.,ck ",; .nni1 0,1 November 11.
1917, nt 9 o'clock a. m. to receive
examine, hoar, allow, or adjust alf
claims and objections duly niod.
. alO-mS - County Judfje.
isiato .NO. 1406 of Frank Mnl.lolo
In tho Cnmilv r"niif
The State of Nebraska, ss:
? "J1.1'1 es'ato will take n
, y.'""! '"'Ul,u IOV presentation and
filing of claims aKalnst said Kstato is
nr0-0y,,0.,: h ana for "ottlenrent
"in sit at the county court room in
Bad COUIltV. nil Mnv 11 iok '. .
viutn u. in. anil on Nnvnml.nx 11
1917. at 9 o'olnnU n . ..'-i.1'
examine, hear, nllnw 7n. !. ?!
claims and objections duly Hied.
ui!,u. j;. I'-JtliNCH,
N.ill,,. tfj. f4.n.
berrcoaed!467 f LrnZ a Mnc'"-
It! tho Pniintv Pmift r
County. NcbraskV L '"co'n
ino btato of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
sad estntn win !,' ....i.u,..or?
fllln'S? nV",,,fea Mentation 'a'rV,
flllnir of claims aa nst said Kstate Is
OV;e',",l,e,L.11.'1?.f7'. ""J ;: settlemon?
will T nV i iipru b, iyi; that I
win sit at tho county court room In
WJ' ' county, on May 11, 1917? at 9
1017 at Us .an.'1 0n Novomb'er 11,
un, at 9 o'clock n. m. to reenlvi
examine. )it.nr nii. " ;r, j..re.co,ve.
claims and objections d ilv lmi
nlu lns County Judge.
50 Japanese Laborers
IV A NT
fH ft. 15!
One Halt Block North ol Postofiice.
A modern institution for th
scientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D.
J.Oedfie!d,M.D. J. S. Simras, M.D
ANY KIM) OF
rill VI HV iitri
V0SK-iV,,1LY T() OK ADDKBSS I
l tv rl v,1.';, ' ,,ox mn SCOTTS
tii Ika -ii a
doceM. N- "C5 Caroline Schick.
In tho Hntintv rAIHt
County. Nebraska. 1 ul Lincoln
The Stato of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said estate will tnk i,m-
filing 'or 'presentation a'nd
wffas?t Ean?:ri 11 r':thaetnj
10l7Cknt UX- ,nn.rt on Novem or 11.
U17, at 9 o'clock a. m. to rpAi.ivi
examine, hear, allow, or adjust III
claims and objections duly Hlod
alO-mS na FRI3NCH,
ntu n8 County Judtre.
Bought and highest market
Residence Red 636 Office 459
'C H. WALTERS.
LET US INTRODUCE
QUALITY TO YOU
xr .i . . NOT1CI3
isotlco Is hereby trlvon r. t t
n 1 1 I I II I-a n
,, . , "i,n"-'H i uressor, 1 dosk. 1
ioU d,esk' 3 ,ruKs- 1 Papor rack, 1 hat
rack, four oil stoves. 1 nrn , XniJ i
ShS- 1c,,?,?i?l'8 tal". 1 black
0 uiiiiuir room
Nurse Brown Memorial
When remiirinn- hnsniinl mm
i r 1
chairs nn. f "uuuiiiB. 'J lOKUnfr
1 tin c-in t lli, rro,rB 1 snia11 box
i un can, -i hand basins, more or lri
except some Roods shipped to Mr T t '
peon. Mlnltare. NebroBPkn. Veb"ary 2
There Is Htnm ir ,i., .
Said sale will bo held at 114 east
Front street. Nnrn, . lx.A,.55l.l
on date above named. ' "ouru8Ka'
North Platto, Nob.. aS?! 10'
Quality In Cigars has has hcen nnr
aim slnco wo began making cigars In
iNonn Fiatto over Uilrtv vM n
rf Mi. 0 HfcU,
Wn Tlllf nitnllf.. I .1. . .
uu mil vi'M. it l a Tint- t it i... a i .
ono of tha ho toda Schmalzrled',
got well Kurs uavo stood tho test of those
uiuu imriy years. What greater
ovldonco of quality could you desire?
u you havo not been smokinc Sshmal.
dled's cigars, try them they aro cer
tain to pleaso.
100S West Fourth Slrcot.
Dr. J. S. Twinem.
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given to Surgery
J. F. SCHMALZR1ED.
Building and Loan Ruilding
Phones "l"c.. ,,c
i Residence 115
DOCTOR 1). T. QUIGLEY! 7.
Practlco Limited to
Surgory and Ilndlum Tliornwy
7oa v...i .. . . 1 J
v.ij iwiiiuiuii liniiK Jiuildlng.
To yVriV."" 1,nr " nd No. 20.
T all whom It may concern:
The consent nnMiinn t,.
G'nPI' and others, has been filed in
office of the County Clerk of Lincoln
Zry Nebraska, asklnB for a vacatfo
l"ul i uoau no. 20 as follows-
SB&ennc "? ,"i th? north llneWoBf
south throuBh sections 9-10-1720-29 n
llWh,31 ?.. . ono'-half
Section 32. town U. range 27 thllfbe
c"rnyonrrt f nottd N 20 1,1 ConVoy
im. IIAltOLI) A. FEKNEIl
G Roynold Bulldlnc
Office hours 9 a. m. to G p. m.
i p. m. to s p
UII1CO 666 Tina ninnl? Kia
Omaha, Nebraska. in.A". tho County clerk on or
Wt2 i?ccl5 ot the 20th day
of May 1917. or said road will
vacated without reference thereto
, Dated at North Platte Neb thls'l4
day of March, 1917. '
A. S. AT.T.T0M
Hospital Phono Black 633.
House Phone Black 633.
W. T. PltlTCHAltl),
IIIM.M'.III'IW v . i .-.
I. O. K. 10 hi or. tint iimi..i-oi.t...i
?mU?'. '".lrtltlon proceodlnh'H pendlne
In the district court nr i.i.,,i. '. '" '.
I... ' I . . V"-." ...iiv,uill CUUll"
i, .oijriiBKn, in winch William A Wll
3 on s Plaintiff ami Mrs. Mab e Wilson"
- w 1.1iftm R cCord and James It
- White, Kuardlan of William S Mc.
Cord, are defendants, will. In liursu
Ul " oruer tiieroln, s 1, at pub
!i0,.UUl0.n,.toi!' I'lBliost 1 wer for
court houae In North Platte, Lincoln
county, Nebraska, at tho hour of
m .. ........ - i,n bu u uiouk i. fli. on Anrll 's 1017
Bight years a Government Veterlnar- th 'oliowinu described real estate slt-
lan. IospltM 218-south Locust St.. K,T 'a.m,?.1" Tnt.y'..Nebkn' to!
nno.h.lf 1. . .. .'.'" Ul l0 iNOrillWeSI
w..v-uu. uiuun. uuuiuwohi ot tne ,'i"t,v;! . u nouinoast quarter (NW
"0UB- fh .nI1onOtT4)Th,n(B3o0)'Tfe!
three (33), west of tho Ctli P. M. ly"
Inir north nf tim riri,. iv if
Union Paclllo nallVSad tfacirVrou1
said section: also all of Lots Tlilrtoon
(13) Pourten (H), Fifteen (15), Slx-
"'i "nuMwionii, icon flu) nml Seventonn fn m.
Will sell anything that can bo nur. ,of "1,0 wAJV'&mV?
ors' State, Rank, or nlro nt my ox. gn.ViK Ml1 TlAr?
pono Jloferonco. Farniors' Stato 7,yn5h4R,.?2uf.tS?n north oi
It. I. SHAPPELL.
County, NebrHska upon a decree of
.f..r??1?sur rendered in said Ponrt
wherein Joseph P.
iiu xjunjamin w.
fondants, and to ine
Nothols is plaintiff,
I'inch ot al aro do- u
e directed, I will on
" ' "l "ny, iyi7, at 2 o'clock
rn.,,.V' tt' tho. ea5rt fro,lt 'loor of the
Lourt House In North Platte Llnrnin
.Nebraska, sell nt Public aSc
iJ" ihf , h Bhcst bidder for cash, to
tno IOlIOWlnir l,.o,.r.ll..l
ic. All of Section Thirteen fill
Township Eleven (11). North of Kante
Thirty-one (.11), West of the 6th I' M
In Lincoln County, Nebraska "
Dated North Platte, Neb.. April 9th.
alOrnll A J" SAMSBUItY.
XOTICI3 OP I.'IXAT, lllU'Oll r
Estate No. H2C of Carrlo E. Marti,
deceased. In tlm Pmmi., . i1',
coin County, Nobro8kr 1 "l Um'
Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all ner-
tlco'thn?1?!?6?!. '" 8;a,1 ,Ksiilt0 takoPno
tico that tho Executor hn nio.i n....i
tion011!?,';,!'1' '"VM of,h,B administra
tion and a potltlon for flnnl settle-
ZcIl nnl '"schnrpro as such, which have
been set for hearing before 'said Court
" M.n.y 1917. at 2h o'clock p rir when
von nmv ....; .i - "n
n.t 1 ; '.. ""iest tne same.
Dated April 9, 1917. ,c'
UISO. E. PrtENCII,
'i'icii:. iii'f-ni'i i- .........
Estate No.. 1464 of Will lam Schick
'"sed, In the County Court of iifn
coln County, Nebraska. n
,n?ho ,e'r?. creditors and all persons
Chris Schick an iVelr o'f said decedent'
" '3st"to of Inheritance In s4' of NiA
?9f,Ses2 ' .Wlfi, KTSJ'3V
County. Ni.rni7nt,tn.:,.- ln Lincoln
dV " h h?c.?V,( n3f OA
Matte. NTr.1, lK.a'5e....3.fi North
23. Nor t h UP1 liU o"8 v :i Froh chick."
rvnri Til n & . . . r
Kroo of klnshln of ,i i"in,ul tho (,e
rlirht of lVJ' ,Sf.h. ? J,c r and tho
01 7. n
ounty Juden sal.f'co'.n,0'"08 oi
C'KO. R. PRRVPTT
Deceased. In the r'o,fn(,H??rif Schick,
coir, county": NebraskSty CUrt of L1-
tu 'oclock a. m. 4 " id' 191 '
J-'aicu Aiarch 21, 1917.
GEO. E. PnENCir,
t-. . Notice of Flnnl llenort
J.8tate No. 1-130 of Silas A 1
Hunk, Snthcrlmid, Neb.
DERItYBERItY & FORBE8,
Licensed Kmbal mnra
Undertaken ad FaBeral DIrectori
Day Phono 231.
Night Pkono Black, C88.
Hanto Thlrtv in wl ..V"'i" 9J
M. In Lincoln county. Nebraska, known
and described as Lot "Q" n the Coun"
ty Clerk's plat of the . suMlvlslS? at
iSb .f. the Northeast qCrtef
(NEU) of Section Th rtv- th
Township Fourteen (14). north nf
HanBe Thirty (30), west i5f the 6th P
M. In Lincoln county, Nebraska. Said
Ble to remain open ono hour.
Silas A. Hill, do-
! V(b0rffskUnnty Court of Llncoln C"n-
ih5V,..,?sbaasi totaft,!L prt.nce
tion and a"potlti2n for nnalettlement:
been SiVf6? n? BlchJ whlch 'avo
A.en l'ir .hJlrln' before Bald court
PJlAprll 20, U17, at 9 o'clock a. m
ami. yU "my nppear and contt tho
Uated March 23, 1917.
in-7.t.l7 QiSO- E. PltENCn,
m.7-al7 County Judge.
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