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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1917)
IN JEWS OF TOWN AND COUNTY.
William Adair lion return od from ft
business visit In Gibbon.
Miss Ethol Sousor Iiod resigned her
position r.s offco girl at Tho Clinic,
Van Lawrence returned Wodnos
day from a business visit In Omalia.
Attorney W. V, Hoogland loft at noon
Wednesday for Loxlngton on legal bus
Miss Lathnn llott Tuesday morning
for Sliordan tapiero slio will rosldo in
Itussoll Longford returnd Wednes
day from Sarbon whore ho visited for
Miss Sylvia and Edith Stcnner pleas
antly entertained tho W. W. Guild
Mra. W. II . LoDIoyt and daughter
Mojrao havo returned from Omaha
whoro they spent a week.
Ircpo Donolson Is sufforlng with a
broken wrist wlilich bJio 6uBtalnod
wlillo roller skating Wednesday.
Mrs. A. O. Howard and sons who
rocontly moved to Denver will visit
hero during tho soml-centonnlal . j
Harry Block wont to Columbus Wed
nesday to look after his- interests in a
ladles' furnishing stoio in tnat city.
Mrs. David Mlnshall and Mm. Henry
Hansen loft tho first of this weok for
a visit with relatives in Wisconsin.
Mrs. Johanna McQraw, who has boon
visiting In Shorldan, Wyo., with rohv
tlvos will return tho first next wook.
Miss DosbIo Chamberlain visited In
Lexington tho first of tho wook.
Dr. Morrill, Dentist
T. L. Croon left tho first of tho wook
for Grand Island to spend a few days.
For quick action and satisfactory
salo list your land with Thoolocketf
MrB. Philip Plzor, of Lowollcn, Is
visiting Uiis week with Mrs. Julius
wook for Whitman on
a fishing ox-
MIhb Ella Dlako returned Tuesday
rrom J-niroury whoro shoaiad been vis
For Sale Detroit gasollno ranco.
Inquire of Mrs. J. K. Ottonstoln, 314
Dr. B. B. Baker loft tho first of this
wook for Sidney to transact business
for a fow days.
Louis Peterson roturned yesterday
from Kansas OHy whoro he was called
by tho doath of his daughter-in-law,
Wantod Sowing, satisfaction guar
anteed. Phono Hod 462 or call at 403
south Vino. 37-8
A baby girt wno born tho first of
raclough. All cocermod aro doing
raciouyn. au concerned are riolnc
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Pealo. of Den-
vor, arrived horo tho nnst of this weok
to visit wth Mr. and Mrs. Charles
F. J. Dunn returned Wednesday
morning worn Kearney wnqre ho at
tended tho funeral of tho lato Daniol
Mrs. Johnson, of Shelton and Mrs.
Quodo of Stapleton, Woro tho guests
of tholr slstor Mrs. C. It. Moroy for
a iow uays uus woctt.
Claroncd McCabo and sister Mario
who havo boon attending Notro Damo
Collogo aro oxpectod to return homo
Tho young son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Fear of Walaco was brought to tho
Nurso Brown Hospital for treatment
Jamos Flynn, Jr., loft a fow days ago
for Kansas City to tako on examina
tion preparatory to going to Franco
as a federal railway employe.
Homor Gray and Stuart Anderson
tobro fined $5.80 each tho foro part of
this wook for Bpcodlng and Dwayno
Smith on a similar complaint was giv
en a flno of $10.4G.
Mrs, JluIIa Scnnlon, of Sidney, Is
visiting with local frlonds Iwfhllo on
routo homo from a visit with hor slater,
Mrs, Fred Glnnap'p and brother John
Conncally at Brady.
Mrs A. G Wossburg and son Abnor
loft Wodnosday morning for Ogdon,
Tho former will visit hor daughter
thoro for Bovornl wookB and tho lattor
will roturn Sundayi
Thoso In need of nalntlnir. tumor
C. W. McMulIon returned vostordav I hanging and docoratlnir aro nasiirml
from Omaha whoro ho visited frlonds satisfactory -work If they omploy Julius
ror ooveral days. "oga. mono mack CD2. 38tf
Mrs. L. W. Toolo left TubmIhv Dr. and Mrs. O. II. CrosHlnr nn,i
mornlnir for Koarnev to attend tho daughter wero called to San FranolRm I
wedding of a friond. , Wednesday morning by tho deaUi of
Miss Myrtlo Boclor loft Tuefllay
mornng for Lincoln to visit friends
for a wook or longor,
hor mother Mrs.. Zolla VanBrocklln.
Mrs. Frank Dentler and dn.nc-htr,r
Miss Erma Robinson, of Denver, ore
n fr .lava n tr nrm, n rwwltl In " wwuhu vu BVUU-CUIlienniai.
tho Carson harbor shoo. or sal or Txchainro
Miss Ruth Wlngot returned Tuesday L,rr"T?--V JB,nA ?.? "vo yar
nvonlnr. fmm T.nrlnwf r.n . via- uyn., am iiuuu Ul III are S
Hod rin IvA Tv' " 9 .?..? and 4 year old
- " . . u w. . i iiii iu . i i i j if i iv L-mv m . . i
if m t t i..ii , I
mr. mm mru. i. in. jriusKuii 01 ouui-i ,,i , . . i
nrlnnd l.rtvn rn(iimn,1 fr, vl, "?,u VUJ,ru iinuorson 10It
v wwa as w w M w &m m W AM 1 v I run aa Ml m 11. . ... m w
ixtUh rnlnvoc In ArUn. w,u i"" "l "'0 WOeK lOr KOar-
"'i ... I TlfiV Whom tlio fnrmni-
Mrs. A. A. Soltzor will loavo todav transferred aud thov will mnko h'pir
ror Stoning after visiting with hor nomo,
it rH T . II.. I
. " " "O " tlU 1 J jyui L VII
Aivm liauKii rormorly with UioHor. mo wook is Tooortod to havo cannod
rod grooony began work as salesman In consldorablo damago to corn on sandy
tho Llork-Sandall grocery Tuesday, noil, tho drifting sand cutting off tho
Charles Smith, who had bocm tnanh.
ing in tno schools at Knoyvlllo, Mont.,
roturned a fow days ago and mjlll
spond tho summer with his parents
done in Daylihl.
D" ISPENSE with cosUy, plodding horses. Get a
Smith Form-a-Truck. Haul the same loads as
2 teams now haul in half the time. When
you go to town make the trip in one-third the
time required by horses.
Don't take your horses out of tho fields for hauling. Don't
delay farm work. Smith Form-a-Truck will do work ofvfour
horeesnt halt tho cost Costa no more than a good team' and
Save two drivers' wanes. Farm help cost Is going up. Never
In the h9tory of America has it been so high.
Uso Smith Form-a-Truck for hauling milk, groin, crops, feed,
manure, lumber, coal und everything else on tho farm.
Save 20 Acres
Government Agricultural statistics show that It costs $4-11
a year to feed and stable four horsesthat they eat tho entire
feed raised on 20 acres. Care veterinary medicine shoeing
bedding nil cost extra.
Smith Form-a-Truck will save all this money costs but
$14Q n year.
Horses cat whether they work or not And they work only 100
days a year. Smith Form-a-Truck costs you nothing while idle.
8c a Ton Mile
The lowest hauling cost In tho world. Less than 8c per ton
mile-exclusive of driver'a wages. 6,000 to 8,000 miles per set of
tires 12 to 18 miles per gallon of gasoline 12 to 15 miles per hour.
For Six Cars
Now use n new or usedFordiaxwell, Dodge Bros., Chevrolet
Bulck or Overland chassis with a Smith Form-a-Truck attach
ment and get a fully guaranteed, powerful, strong,. 1-on truck
Miss Iva Mills of tho O'Connor store
rosumod hefn dulUcs Wednesday alter
visiting for two wooks in Arkansas.
Mrs. C. O. Balm and child of Mol
rose, aro spending this wook with hcr wost of town
parents Mr. and Mrs. .Con Walkor.
t ..,i ci i u- amnu, wno attended tho
u Uu immn uk "73 VVi uut I nnnUttl COnVBTl (in vf thn NnKm.bn
nn nhilrtn Imllnm InKl. lnn.l I . , . . vj., uonu
nrnZxr Kn A iTniVh iTmn'tiM- uwrcr,lcUo Association at Lincoln
uruuK, ivuinii lvuun meairo uiug. ths Wook. waa olectntl
Mrs. Thomas Fogg, of ArllnKton. oxecutivo board,
w ionau poon visung nor motnor Mrs. Snowrtaktw worn Vi.im in i.
III n nlt rw Tir.Ili irv4.m4w1 t.MV4 I - " w
...u .,Bn uo .uiuiiiuu iiuiiiu. aoout ono o'clock Tuesday morning,
Mrs. C. P. Holm. Who hail boon visit- at least employes at ttio demot ho re-
ing hor daughtor filrs. Davo Day, iro- Port, certain it is Uio tomporaturo was
turned to hor homo In Lincoln Wodnes- iOW onougu ror snow.
uMi I Tho Knlcrht of r1iiTnKiia win l.i.i
wvrMfcMO IT 111 UUIU I
a Boclal danco In tho baaemont of the
tit. Patrick's school on Tuesday even
ing, Juno 13th. A lanro attendance is
desired by tho committee.
1110 ivnignis or uoiumuus Hold a
very pleasant dancing party in tho aud
itorium or St Patrick s school Tuesday
ovcming, l no music was eniovable.
uio ationuants congonial and the ov-
onlg delightfully cool.
A. F. Fink has mado and nlaced on
oxhlbitlon a highly decorated double
set or harness which will be- displayed
on a team pinning ono or tho iloats In
tho Beml-centonnial parade. The har-
noss aro valued at $150. '
A card froih E. il. Evans-and Albln
Sandall received Wednesday stated
I that thoy loft Omaha Tuesday aftar-
noon for tho navy yard at .Norfolk.
va., wnoro tnoy will begin tholr four
years' enllstmont In tho sorlvce of
Tho J. F. F. Club woro ontortalncd
Tuosday afternoon by Mrs. If. P. Hon-
ckol at. cords. Prizes Iwtoro awarded to
Mrs, E. M. Johnson and Mrs. I. E.
Tjrput, and Mrs. I. E. Stebbhm wore
awarded tho guost tprlzo. Gluests of tho
day wero MesdamosIlay Dorram and
Mrs. W. II. C. Woodhurst who had
been visiting hor slstor In Kearney
ror ton uays returned homo last even
ing?. Whllo thorlo sho lhs tho guost of
Honor at sovcral social functions.
Miss Edith Gantt. who had beon
taking a course in a library scliool
In Now York City, returned homo
Wednesday, Enrouto she visited (hor
brother Robert Gantt at Ft. Snolllng.
Robort French, a grand officer of the
Masonic lodge, was horo Tuosday, Ho
was enrouto from Sutherland whore
ho dolivorod an address and spoko at
tho.funoral of tho lato Dan AtchlnBon
In Ivoairnoy Tuosday afternoon.
Chris Kdlno, of Chicago, who fre
quently visit nis slstor Mrs. Julius
lloga horo was majnrlod last weok to
MIsb Cathorlno NaszIJor of Chicago and
thoy aro expected to visit In this city
noxt wook, Mr.Klelno Is a salesman
ror Carson-Plrio-Scott Co,
A valloy farmor In this orflco Wod
nosday sold ho considered vogotatlon
aoout t-nreo uonind tho avorago year,
Airaira biiowb no Blgn of bloom, whore
as In tho avoragq year tho first cnop
is usually ready for cutting at this
dato In Juno: Jfild roaos always in
bloom tho lattor part of May aro now
Just beginning to unfold, and tho host
or corn is very small.
Chas. Boguo roturnod Tuesday nljtht
from his trip over Uio Union Pacific
Furnace Value is Determined by
What Comes Out of the Registers
Out of the registers, mind you; not out of the
Just because you see the heap of ashes, doesn't
prove that you got the good out ol the fuel.
Combustion is more than building a fire. Small
carbon particles and gases have a way of rushing from
the fire, if they find an outlet before yielding up their
'loads of heat; heat you pay for, whether you get it or
But you get this heat and the comfort and con
venience and economy at the same time when you
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Has Green's Dome Heat Intensffier Grizn cotoiu. furnace
Green's Dome Heat Intensifier is a wonderful thing. No joints no gas-leaks.
But an absorption of the heat, because every particle of the surface of this dome is
exposed to the fire.
You really wouldn't know the old home or the new one, either! with the
Green COLONIAL Furnace working for you.
Every day the coldest, dampest, windiest days would find the rooms as
warm and cheery as a sunny afternoon in June I
And if your home isn't comfortable, what do you get out of life? All your)
business worries, all your struggles, amount to nothing when your home is the best and
most cheerful spot on earth!
Send for a free copy of the latest, illustrated, descriptive catalogue. Study
the Green COLONIAL furnace its guarantee its construction its scientific advan
tagesits durability and its many economies of fuel, time and health.
Now is the time to look into these merits. Don't wait don't experiment
fh638"1 J1"" 10mcs to a '"mace. The Green COLONIAL will pay bacW
the money you invest in it, in a few years.
the "Colonial". II
SIMON BROS., I
NORTH PLATTE, NEB. I
vat M U I
One Naturally Feels Chagrined
to see his neighbors making improvements,
which are just as badly need on his own
premises. The thing to do is to follow
suit. You'll feel better and your property
will be benefitted. Keeji pace with the im
provement of the day and see us for
Lumber and Building Material
Coates Lumber & "Coal Co.
North Platte, Nebr.
Form and Ranch loans at lowest
rates and best terms. Money on hand
to close loans promptly.
43tf BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
Will make tho season as follows:
Tuesdays and Fridays at the Mo
vuouii rucu uuu oaio uar
l'lattc, beginning April 10th.
Perfection Ice Cream
Gives tho final touch to any social af
fair, and nono is complete without it
Our Ice Or'oam is enjoyable whether
served as part of a banquet, as des
sert for dinner, or refreshment for the
unexpected guest it is quickly ob
tainable, easily sorvod and always ap
preciated. May wo serve you?
North Platte Creamery
UltlnilCO Of-tlln tvcfllr Cfvrnnnt Hi,,..
day) nt niv farm nix mil woof
North I'lntlo and three fourths of a
iuuo uoumeast or iiirdwood switch.
Nabob was foaled May 24, 191X and
Imported with his mother byR'orth
,n5,1.nson' ot Grand Island, in July,
U13. was bred by M. DftsnrA
mo.ntu0f,9rne' ln ance. This horso
"uibus Hsu, is clean and sound ln
every particular, ami Ir
you will find anywhere.
We Invito you to come and see this
Terms-n5.00 to Insure colt to
stand and suck. If mares aro disposed
or or leave country sorvlco fee be
comes due and payable at once.
Care will be taken to prevent ac-
SS!?wiiitnS0?a any "WShKi
owner will not b0 responsible.
In nr. 1.1 n .
The Welpton " Invetn
a Corporation, Is plaln-
r..v.r""'"'.iD' . . n to
No P!ae Truck Co.
GEORP5 CARAW, Mnpgf rf
DR. HAROLD A, FENNER
C Rovnolrl nullHInp-
whlolv ho mado ln company with others ntt
In tllO tWJrcllflflO nf lllmrtv Ivmiln Rf- m' co B m-
lorLS ftO B6CU.ro SUhflGrintmnJt nm finer I Phnnaa '
OYftP.t. tntvl Bum niihs(Hh1 l,v m. u"itt ooa CS IIIBCK 013
ployos of tho Union Pacific system will Notice
urn uu kuuym. ior Hovorai uays.
w. J. Ilondy TOtutaiod Wodncsday Cathorlne Medicos will
rrom umana, unvinc a Koru souan ror mat on 1 10 24th dav of Mnv. ini7 p
W. T. Wilcox, Mr. Hcndy says ho H. Sullivan, a Justlco of tho peace, In
found Uio roads 'In Rood condition until and for Lincoln Countv. Nohrnnifn u.
ho readhod Brady, but from there ln sued an Order of Attaohmont, for tho
thoy wero awfully rough through, lack sum of J73..0 ln an acUon ponding bo
of draralnfir. In tho oast and central forn hltn. whnrnln Tininn r Tifn i.
tarts of tho stato tlio roada aro plaintiff and Cathorlno McCloes, de
dragged regularly and aro generally (ondant, that property conslstlnK of
tu 6wi wiuuiuuu. I ono oun vase, ono i ravoiintr nr and
in , , . 7T. . th0,r cntontB. together with a mlscol.
JIlKH L08I Of LlflHtr Solved. laneoua lot of WAarlnir nVvnarnl inllat
wi juu nuuw onu inintr iirnL nas not ana otnnf Ariirifm imu imnn nt)r.i,o,i
i : j ... . .. . : i :::: - -. , v.. ivuvu
liiuiwBou wiui niKu cose or living unuor saia omor.
"Artificial Ico." Thousands of dollars Said cauan -man rnnHnmi
are thrown away in garbago cans that day of July. 1317. at ton o'clock, a. m
tfWttlrl Ivn anitAfl mltk 41. - 11 I a . n.. ... - "a
wutu ira wiuu nuu mo aiuHu i uuioa iNoriu 1'iaiio, Nebraska, Juno
bUViSz. alwiava use thn hnat Phnnn 40
Artificial Ico and , Cold StorageJCo.39-lj
HELEN M. RITNER.
' . " Plalhtllf.1
On Hall Block North ot Postoftice.
A modern Institution for tha
citatific treatmtnt of medical,
urgieil and eonfinement cxw,
CompUUly tquipjped X-Ray
and diajmuBtic Uboratorlti.
Cw.B.DM.D. V. 1m,M.D.
of a partof the No?fft subdivision
(NEU ) and tho qS1 t??1 .Quarter
Section Twentynlno r?QH,i,f m(s) oC
Fourteen (14) yNorh of V.n'i? To.n.8,lln
three (33) West or th paBe rty-
?oStel; 5lffi?.. ?aa.Jn'S
tlon Twn.r'"l,r.. w) of Sec-
Fourteen (14) Nor.i f Jn Township
three (33). west of iVJi11" Thirty-
South wiSf'oK?1 westerly from the
uu eiKni-tentlm fvnn o i u""eu
west alonp the nnr, il8) ffet thonco
distahco of Sno " IlundiSS lot a
and Sixty-Five Hrt,-di.Sind TwenUt
feet. thnr: iivS lI.7,"dr'lths 120.65-
a line parallel Mriy d,rot'on oh
tance of One H,m,iYe B?iS -lot a dls
tl?hatdeady W Vf. this
J. pATjIUBuRY. Sheriff.
NOTICE OIC prwii t. ....... 1
InterL? IhXo, ot Nebraska, to all peraa
account nmT Vi;.v . 'i'f? "'.e..a.
tlon and a" petition for flftiuV
a?t for0,w.ff? aa ?.uc.h' which have bn
t0.1...0.' hearlntr bfore aald conrf
you may inn,.; ,V
Dated June 8, 1917. y v" "ame-
GEO. H FRENCH,
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