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Poatofflco as Second Clans Matter.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1917.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stono Drug
V. E. Lawrflnco loft by nuto Friday
for Choyonno to a'pond a week.
Mrs. M. E. Watts has returned from
a visit with frlonds In Sutherland.
Jamas Mort-ow loft Saturday morn
Ing for Goring to appnd a few days.
Cliolco vegetables and cut flowors at
North Platto Floral Co. Phono 1023 tt
John Bratt wont to Julosburg and
other western towns on business Frl
Sco Julius Mogonson for all kinds
of P. &0. farm Implements and wag
ons. , . 34tf
Mrs. Joo Koons and children left
Friday to visit relatives at Genoa,
Charles II. Waltors loft Friday ev
ening for Pino Bluffs on bustnoss In
terests. Try Dr. Smith, tho
Mrs. Harry Dyboo has returned
from a short visit In Halg with
No hunting allowed on my premises
"at any tlmo. C. It. SMITH. CO-5
W. S. Bardnor, of Scranton', spent
Saturday boro aa tho guost of Horton
Mungor. , , .
Mrs, J. W. McGraw loft Friday ev
ening for Sldnoy to spond tho wook end
Mrs. "Will Esholman loft Friday ov
onlng for Sutherland to visit relatives
fdr'a fow day's, f
Mrs Ell Hanson loft Saturday morn
ing for Grand Island to visit rolatlvos
for a fow days. , ,
k.. ITr. TIfirrv TCnllv iift Rntnnlnv
morning for Sldnoy to remain for a
. wook oi longor.
MrB. Ella Huxoll and daiughtor havo
returned from Grand Island where
thoy. visited frlonds, ,
this city spent Saturday horo on busl
. (nos3'and visiting frlonds.
i Miss Mata Paulson loft thn inttnr
part of itvst wook for Wig to visit
n loiKis ror a short tlmo.
" Mrs.' James Brady and children loft
Saturday 'aftornoon for Omaha to visit
rolatlvOB for a wook.
v A. E. Tlmmorman retumod Friday
ovonlng from a business visit In tho
eastern part of tills stato.
My Faithful Servant
rpHE New Perfection Oil Cook Stove is never
A cranky, never lazy, never late. It cooks delicious
meals and serves them on the minute. More than
2,500,000 housewives are using New Perfections
today 20 more than last year.
Cooks fast or slow as you like. Turns all the oil into
heat and all the heat is used in cooking. That's the
secret of the famous Long Blue Chimney burner.
No more coal hod and ash pan drudgeryno more
toiling in a stmTy overheated kitchen.
Ask your dealer to show you the reversible glass
.reservoir, an exclusive feature of the Kew Perfection.
For best results use Perfection Kerosene.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
1'or onlck action and Kntlsfactorrl
enlo list your land with Tlincicckc. ti
Corporal Burr and Sergont Cook of
Co. E, rtourned Sunday evening from
a short visit In Lexington.
Howard Baker of Denver who was
visiting with T. L. Groan last wook'
left for homo Friday evening.
Mrs. Thomas Green nad daughter
Catherine will return homo today
from a visit In Grand Island!
Wo are cloanlng up our stock of
muslin uiidorwoar at. reduced prices.
12. T. TRAMP & SONS.
Miss Mabol Andorson, of Nichols,
camo tho latter part of last wook to
vlHlt with Miss Fern Lipplncott.
Jamos Elliott resumed his duties at
tho Nyal Drug storo yesterday morn
ing a'ftor a two week's vacation.
Mrs. J. V. Romlgli and Bona who
wero visiting frlonds In Gothenburg
with friends have returned homo.
Mrs. W. L. BasKlns and children
loft Saturday morning for Iteedsburg,
Wis., to spond three weeks with rela
tives. Joo Knadjl wlio spont ton days here
on business loft tho lattor part of
last week for. his homo In Mason City,
Mrs. Ray Langford and sons who
woro visiting In Estos Park for ton
daya returned tho latter part of last
Married In Loxlngton August 10th.
by Judgo I. J. NIsloy, Thomas It. Bag
gott and Mrs. Pearl E. Lusk both of
William Harcourt roturnod tho lat
tor part of last wook from Omaha and
Chicago whoro ho spont somo tlmo on
Tho marrlago of Miss Mary Fckln
and Mr. Albort Kopf will bo solemnlz
od at St. Patrick's church tomorrow
Farm nnd Itnnch loans at lowest
rates nmj best terms. Money on hand
to closo loans promptly.
43tf BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
Supt. Wilson Tout left tho lattor
part of last wook for York to attend
tho marrlago of his slstor. Ho returned
, Mr. and fars. Harry Dixon returned
tho latter part of last wook from Om
aha whoro thoy visited with Dr. and
Mrs. Frank Conlln.
Mrs. Ira Sago, of Edgcmont, S. D.,
formally 'Miss Carollno Roberts of
Maxwell Bpont the week end visiting
Miss Florcnco Stamp.
Attovnoy and MrB. J. S. Hoagland
loft Saturday morning for Boston
whoro thoy will attend tho National
Encampment of tho G. A. R,
Thoso in neod of painting, paper
hanging and decorating aro assured
satisfactory work if thoy omploy Julius
Hoga. Phono Black G92. 3Stf
William Baskins, formerly of this
city, who has boon in busluoss in Sta-
ploton foi; somo tlmo, has disposed of
his interests thoro nnd oultstod In tho
Cap. Victor Halllgan, of Co. Is. of
tho Dandy Sixth who spent a week
visiting his parents Attorney and Mrs.
J. J. Halllgan left for Omaha Satur
Brokon eyo glass lonsos can bo re
placed tho samo day as order Is given
In our ionse grinding department.
HARRY DIXON & SON.
tf Graduato Optometrists
Mrs. J. M. Fitzgerald of Kearney,
came tho lattor part of last weok to
visit Mr. Fitzgerald who Is in charge
of tho construction work on tho new
Master John Horrod entortalned a
score of his young friends Thursday
afternoon In honor of his twelfth
birthday. Games wore played and a
nice lunch served.
I now have funds at 5 per cent
on choice bottom tablo land. Gene
Crook, Room 4, Keith thoatro Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs. Jou. Karbush, of Chi
cago camo Saturday evening to visit
with tho lattor's mother Mrs. Win.
Landgraf, Sr., and sister Mrs. . Elinor
Bakor for sovoral weeks.
Archlo Berry who has been in Tlier
mopolls,. Wyo.. for some time taking
troatmont for rhoumatlsm was called
to Loxlngton tho latter part of last
week by tho death of his slstor. j,
John Mullen, gonoral passenger
ngont of tho Northwestern, with Mrs.
MUllon and Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mans
flold, of Omaha,' spent Saturday hero
while onrouto to Kestorto where thoy
havo roal estate lntorsts. -
Miss M. Sicilian, steam baths and
Swedish Massngc, gentlemen and la
dles. , Phono 81)7, Brodbcck building.
Prof. M. M. Rotlenbaugh, who sub
mitted to an operation In Omaha some
tlmo ago writoB that ho Is improving
and aftor a short visit in Tabor, Iowa,
with relatives, will return hero to take
up his duties a's principal of tho local
Tho Lincoln County Teachers' In
stitute will bo hold in North Platto
September 3 to 7. Every teacher who
expects to teach school In tills coun
ty noxt year Is oxpected to attend.
Splendid talent has been secured to
help tho teachors in their work for
tho coming year. Attendance at an
Insltiuto in somo othor county cannot
bo accopted in place of attendance at
Lincoln County. 62-4
G40 acres of hay land on shares 10
milos north of North Platto Joining the
Fred Kusor land. Renter to got two
thirds of hay In stack. Write at once
to L. C. Crandall, Lincoln, Nobr. tf.
itoystono Organizes Community Club
A community club was formed last
week at Koystono H. A. Chambars ac't-
od as toastmastor ut tho banquet and
dolgatea from this city and Ogalalla
wore called upon tor suggestions In
addition to a number of Keystone
spoakors. A commltteo was appointed
to draft tho bylaws and constitution
Delegates from this city "wore Messrs
Elmer Coatos, Hortou Mungor, L.L.
Van Dollan and A. B Hoagland.
Large Engines Pass Through
A immlinr nt nnw TTnlnn pArlflft lrt-
ooiuotlvos passed through tnls city
last wook ,flvo of which woro repaired
at the local round house, Thoy aro
high concorns with five drivers on
each sldo and aro olghty-flvo feet long.
Each ono Is equipped with an auto
matic dovlce for carrying coal Into
tho flro box, an lnvontlon which light
ens the flremon's labor. Those engines
aro manufactured In tho Baldwin Lo
comotive Works at Philadelphia and
will bo used on tho mountain divisions
of the road for hauling heavy freight
-: :o: :-
Notice to Bidders.
Scaled bids will bo rocclvod by the
City of North Platto, for tho construc
tion of a two-story brick Flro Station
at North Platte, Nebraska. All bids
to bo filed with tho City Clerk on or
boforo August 27, 1917 at flvo o'clock
Plans and specifications may bo had
at the office of B. M. Reynolds, archi
tect North Platto, Nebraska.
Tho Mayor and Council reservo tho
right to reject any and all bids.
O. E. ELDER,
Cl-4 City Clork.
A. V. Wortman writes that ho Is
stationed at Kelly Field, Texas, where
ho Is taking up tho work of learning
to fly for Undo Sam.
Thoro aro now at tho field 5,000
aviation men, all oagor and anxious to
try for tho big prizes offered to the
ono who can drop a bomb on Berlin.
Mr. Wortman has been appointed
first sergeant of Aoro Squadron 04.'
About eighty machines aro In tho air
every day and tho boys aro fast learn
ing tho art of flying. Hebron Ex
change. Mr. Wortman was local reporter for
Tho Tribune during his residence hero
three years ago.
: :o: :
640 a. 15 ml. northeast of North
Platto, one-half fonced, 70 a. under
cultivation. Good 3 room house, well,
windmill and cistern. Barn for 12 head
of horses also a garage. Tho material
for tho Improvements on this ranch
cost $1100.00. Tho ontlro section can
bo bought for $5.00 per acre. Cheaper
than homesteadlng. ,
MILTONBERGER & LEININGER.
Having beon called to service In
tho army which may continue until
tho war onds. I wish to state that all
adcounts duo me will bo paid to Mrs.
T. Kerr. All parties knowing them-
solvos indebted to mo will please call
at tho office or remit by mail at once
T. J. KERR, M. D.
Only Ono In County.
F. G. Hoxie Is wearing a button sent
him from Washington, bearing tho
words", "My Son Prfotects You." Tho
'parents of overy young man of the
country who has enlisted In tho navy
will rocelvo a card and a button like
tho abovo. Ogalalla Tribune.
Notlco to Hunters
Notlco is hereby given that no hunt
ing or trospassing will bo allowed on
lands owned or lcasod by us olthor bo
foro or during tho hunting season.
C. H. WATTS
P. E. McGRAW
C. P. HOWARD
57-tf T. S. McCRONE.
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N 0 11 0 1) Y S P A R E I)
Kidney Troubles Attack North Platte
Men and Women, Old nnd Young
Kldnoy Ills seize young and old.
Often como with little warning.
Children suffer in tholr oairly years
Can't control tho kidney secretions.
Girls aro lanquld, nervous, suffer
Women worry, can't do dally work.
Mon havo lame and aching backs.
If you havo any form of kldnoy Ills
You must roach tho cause tho kld-
Doan's Kldnoy Pills aro for weak kid
Havo brought rollof to North Platto
North Platto tostimony provos it.
Mrs. Sarah Rork, 509 west Ninth St.
North Platto, says: "Doan's Kidney
Pills havo boon used In my family for
years. I havo boon groatly helped my
self, though I havo had to wso thom
loss than tho othors. I glvo Doan's to
my children whonovor I find thoy are
In noed of a kldnoy ramody and I at
tribute tholr good health to tho uso
pf this modlclno."
Prlco GOo nt all doalors. Don't
simply ask for a kldnoy romedy get
Doan's Kldnoy Pills tho samo that
Mrs. Rork had. Fostor-Mllburn Co.
Mfgrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Notlco to Creditors
Estato No. 1491 of Homer F. Fort,
docoasod in tho County Court of Lin
coin County. Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, ss: Crodl
tors of said ostr.to "will tako notlco
that tho tlmo limited for presentation
and filing of claims against said
Estato Is March 14th, 1917, and for
sottlomont of said Estato is Aug. 10
1918; that I will sit at tho county
court room In said county on Sopt
14th. 1917 at 9 o'clock a. m. to rocoivo,
oxamlno, hoar, allow or adjust all
claims and objections ou:y mca.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
al4-sll County Judge
DIENER & KENNEDY
Real Estate, Tire, Tornado and Hall
Insruancc. Special Agents Globe
Life Insiirnnco Company.
Comor Front and Dowoy Sts., Upstairs
Phono Red 572. North Plntto, Neb.
EDYTH HUMPHREYS OWENS
Teacher of Dramatic Art.
Studio 122 Front St
Phone Black 351.
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROS T,
North Plotte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
DERRYBERRY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day Phone 234.
Night Phone Black 688.
$6 per Ton.
North Platte Junk House.
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given to Surgery
Offico: Building and Loan Building
p. Office 130
Phoneg f Residence 115"
E. IV. FETTER,
Office: First National Bank Building.
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Belton Building
North Platte, Nebraska.
The Nurse Brown Memorial
1008 West Fourth Street.
For the treatment of Medical, Surgical
and Obstotrlcal Patients.
JOHN S. TWINEM, M. 1).
J. B. REDFIELD.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
PHYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs. Redfield & Redfleld
Offlce Phone 642 Res. Phone 676
DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEY. ..
Practice Limited to
Surpory and Radium Therapy
728 City Nntlonal Bank Building.
I)R. HAROLD A. FENNER
Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
7 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Office Black 333 Res. Black lozu
One Halt Block North ol Postoftice.
' A modern institution for tha
fcientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent, M. D.
J. H Redfleld, M. D.
Y. Lucas, M. D.
J. S. Simms, M.D
Order of Hearing Probate of Will and
Appointment of Administrators
In tho inattor of tho Estato of Sophia
Now on tills 13th day of August,
1917, on tlio filing of tho petition of
Clara J. Robblns praying that lnstru
ment filod herein bo probated as tho
last Will and Testament of Sophia
Fodorhoof, docoasod, and that Clara
J. Itobblns, Amanda A. Huffman and
Martin Fodorhoof bo appointed as ex
ecutors of said Will.
It Is horoby ordorod that September
7, 1917, bo sot for tho hearing thoro
of boforo this court nt 10 o'clock a.
m., and that notlco of said hoarlng bo
given tho holrs, dovlsces and all per
sons interested in said estato by pub
llcation tof a notlco thoroot for threo
successive weeks prior to said hear
injr. In Tho North Platto Semi-Weekly
ly Trlbuno, a legal seml-weokly nows-
papor prlnteu anu puousuoa in tan-
coin County, NourasKa,
GEORGE E. FRENCH,
al4s4 County Judge
OLD LINE LIFE Policies
ON EASY TERMS
J. E. SEBASTIAN. Stnto Mtrr.
Phone Office Red 612
Residence Red 348
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
I will liaro n carload of Holstein
Cows nbout July 1st. Thoy arc ns
good ns money can buy. If yon need
one or more see me
Am soiling nil kinds of cattio In
nny number desired, In addition to
Phones: Offico 159 Honso Red C3G.
C. H. WALTERS.
Hospital Phone Black 633.
House Phone Black 633.
TV. T. PRITCHARD,
Bight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218 south Locust Stone-half
block southwest of the
Always Glad to Get
A Good Cigar
And there's no plnco you can get a
good cigar better than nt Schmal
zriod's. With illlor nnd wrapper of
tho best quality hand made, there Is In
tho Schmulzrlcd-mndo clgnr all that
tho most exacting smoker demands.
IVo handle tobacco nnd smokers'
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
Vacating Part of Rond No. 98.
To Whoni it May Concern:
Tlio special commissioner ap
pointed to report on tho vacating of
that part of Road No. 98 as follows:
Commencing at Station No. 98 on R
the section lino between Sections 23 7
and 22. town 12. range 31.ond running
thonco northeasterly along said road
and terminating at tho southwest cor
ner of Section 2, Town 12, Range 31.
vacating that part of Road No. 98 be
tween stations 5 and 25, has reported
in favor tboreof.
All objections thereto or claims for
damages must bo filed in tho offlce of
the county clork on or before 12
o'clock noon of tho 2d day of October,
A. D. 1917, or such road will be vaca
ted without iroferenco theroto.
Dated at North Platte, Neb., this
20th day of July A. D, 1917.
J27-4 A. S. ALLEN, County Clerk
Road No. dOS
To Whoni it May Concern:
Tho special commissioner appoint
ed to locate public road as follows:
Commencing at tho southeast corner
of tho southeast quarter of Section 19,
town 9, range 27, thonco north on sec
tion lino between Sections 19 and 20
In town 9, rango 27, about 170 rods to
a point at tho edgo of bluff on section
lino, thonco around tho edgo of bluff
on tho oast side, (which is about 30
rods); until reaching tho section lino
between sections 19 and 20 in town 9,
rango 27, thonco north on section line 7
about 40 rods, terminating at tho
northeast quarter of Section 19, town
9, range 27, road to be G6 feet wide, has
reported In favor of tho samo.
All claims for damages taoreby or
objections theroto must bo filed in tho
offico of tho county clork on or be
fore 12 o'clock noon of tho 10th day
of October, 1917, or such road will bo
allowed without roforonco thereto.
Dated at North Platte this 27th day
of July, 1917.
A. S. ALLEN,
J31-4. County Clork.
Bond No. 107.
To Whom It May Concorn:
Tho special commissioner appolnt
ted to locato a road as follows:
Commencing at tho southwost cor
nor of section 22, township 12 north,
rango 30 west of tho Cth P. M., on
Road No. 1G2, thonco north on section
lino between Sections 21 and 22, and
Soctlons 15 and 16, to connect with
Road No. G8 at tho west & corner of
Section 15, commencing again at tho
SW comor of Section 10, Town 12tA
Rancn 30. whom Ronrt No. G8 lntor-
socts with Road No. 194, thonco northJ
on section lino between Sections IQi
and 9 to point about 30 rods south M
tho NW cornor Section 10, Town iw
Ranee 30. thonco northwostorly to l
tersect with north lino of Soctlon 9 til
! MT - O . 1 A fK,nnAM(
L iv v v I'liriuir ill nt.iiiiri 1 11 1 Ml rullih m'
with Road No. 22, road to bo gb urn,
wide, lias roported In favor of tk
I All objections thereto or clafmo for
1 .1. A Al.J J ,1. n Afflnn 4
tho county clerk on or boforo 13
o'clock noon of tho 2d day of October.
A. D. 1917, or such road will bo al
lowed without reference thereto.
I Datod at North Platte, Neb., thW
20th day of July, 1917.
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