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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1917)
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Glasses time is
Winter time is hard on eyes.
The days are short and. the evenings
long. Work and reading are done by
artifical light, and the eyes are
apt to bo strained.
One ought, nt the beginning of,
winter, to have Clinton examine the
eyes It may be no help is needed.
If that is the case, you'll be told
so frankly. But if eye strain is
present, the exact lenses to end
the strain, improve and preserve your
sight and health, will be prescribed.
At tho Sign of tbo Big Mng.
IJIG CIIOWI) ATTENDS
CLOSING DAY OF FA I It
Tho Lincoln county fair closed Sat
urday aftornoon -with a record crowd
In attemlanco. Tho races Friday and
Saturday wonei tho nlagn'ei whlchttlrow,
and so far as wo have been able to
loam everybody was wopl pleased. The
norso racos a riuay aftornoon jrtvas a
repetition-of tho oxcltlng events held
Wednesday and Thursday! and the
wild west stunts were fuDl of ginger;.
Tho only horse race Saturday was for
Lincoln county horses, and those en
tored werto by Ulankcnburg Brother?
and Cy Russell. Tho former wdn.
Tho .automobile races wcro tho Sat
urday afternoon feature. Tho first
was a slow racfr on high and was won
by a Cadillac eight from tho Romlgh
garage. A car from this garago also
won tho rolay raco. In tho. three
mllo radii for Fords, a Sutherland car
took first money and Raymond Oglcr
second. Tho flvo mile rnce was won
by King Ridley, of Oshkosh, anil he
was also, winner of tho twenty-five
LOCAL AND PEB50NAL
A beautiful lino of Patterns to be
dlally Invited to attend our special (lis
Fifth. B. J. Curtis and wife wiesit toOmaha
Sunday to attend tho Ak-Sar-Bon fes
tivities. Tho Indian Card Club will moot with
Miss Alma "Waltemath Wednesday af
ternoon. Dr. Morrill, Dentist
Mrs. Charles Calhoun and daughter
left Saturday for a visit with friends
Mrs. I. K. Neoloy, of Laj Sai'JIo, 111.,
arrived Sunday to visit her Hon, who
has boon spending tho summor in
" FOR SALE Flvo room houso, mod
em excopt boat; located at 214 south
Ash. Phono Red 388. 727
Tho RoboUah Dogroo will hold a
Mansington In tho L 0. 0. F. hall Fri
day aftornoon of this week. A flno
15 cent lunch will bo served from 4:30
to 0 o'clock.
Miss MayboKlo Burke,, of, tills city",
has boon scllccted aa ono of tho QUtr
of- town maids of honor for tho Ak
SarjIJon batf at Omaha Friday night
of ,tlils wcok, ,
Wanted I want to rent a modern,
or -nearly mo!?rn Hvo or six room
house, by Octobo'r IGUi. Phono Black
Mr. and Mrs. 1X3. R. Goodman and son
Joh'n.roturnod Sunday ovonlng from
an auto trip to Minneapolis, Thoy
spont sovoral wcolcs Jn that aoctioa of
Minnesota and had a dollghtftfl tlmo.
For Salo Excelsior Motorcycle,
1917 modol, 20 horso power. Prlco
$150.00. Address Honry Schaofor,
North Platto 75-2
Tho Presbyterian aid society will
moot Thursday aftornoon with Mrs.
P. J. Barron, 312 wost Socoud etroct
In entertaining MrB. Barron will bo
assisted by Mrs. L. E. Hastings and
Mrs. Josso Edwards. ,
' Farhiors -If you want clovor thresh
ing dono wo havo rocloanlng attach
ment.. Call or write. J. II. Larkina,
Sutherland, Neb. 75-3
W. V. Hoagland returned Saturday
from Omaha whoro ho appoarod boforo
tliq district exemption board in bohalf
of a Logan county man who had rog
Istorcd and had boon oxamlnod but
was later found to bo ovor ago. Tho
presentation of tho nocx4ssary ovldonco
resulted in tlio man being exomptod.
Mrs. Ralph Gannan loft last night
for Malvern, Iowa, to visit hor mother
for a taw days.
Wanted, by a coupjfo, 3 unfurnished
rooms in a modern houso. Address
P. O. Box 180. 75-2
County Supt Gantt left yesterday for
Brady whctro sho will spend soveral
days visiting schools.
For Ront Two unfurnislied rooms
for light housekeeping. Inquire at
321 west 9th street.
Hugh Scoonovcr, a former North
Platto clothier, Is now manager of a
J. C. Penny istoro at Fergus Falls,
Mrs. Geo. W. Finn SJolt hiHt night
for Omaha to meet Mr. Finn who is
onrouto homo from a visit In Now
Mrs. F. W. Rlnckor will cntortain
tho members of Chaptor A. K. P. E. O
at a ro-assteimblng luncheon at hor
honu) Wednesday at ono o'clock.
Slioriff Salisbury or Deputy Wilson
wiIL,,tako Robert Jandus, who plead
guilty to forgery, to tho state penitem
tfary, at Lincoln tomorrow.
For Sato A Hoywood reed baby car
riago, a baby's bed, a Wondor Vacuum
Washing Machine AW In good condl
tlon'androasonabt'e. Phono 202. 75-1
Harry Dixon will glvo a silvor cup
to tho school child In Garden county
who'ls awarded first iprlzo for tho best
ossaj at tho LowcClon fair this wpek.
A real Icetato doalor tolls us many
Inquiries for Lincoln county land aro
bolng mado, and that ho expects to
cloo a llialf dozon or more sales with
in tho next thirty days.
Mrs. J. W. Fltzpatrick chtortainol
six ladlos Saturday afternoon in favor
of Mrs. J. C. Million, of Omaha, who
was hor guost laBt week and who has
sinco returned homo. .
North I)!atto boys soom to bo doing
protty woll at Ft. Riloy. Billy Wood
ring is a mess sorgleant, Arvo Potor
Bon has boon made a sergeant and
A. Hotchklss 1b a corporal. Hotchklss
In a lottor to afrlond says: "Tef.l tho
next bunch thatls coming hero that
this place is nl. right."
Dr. Smith, Chiropractor,
Building & Loan Building.. BOtf
Ralph Adams, formerly elevator con
ductor at tho fodornl building, has
boon In town for a fow days, Whllo
attonding ,school at Kearnoy, Wet rog
istorcd for military sorvico, has been
cortflcd and loaves wtli tho Koarnoy
continent for Ft. Rli'oy Thursday
Life Ik Strenuous at Ft. Jllley
hi a lottor to Ray Cantlln, Leonard
Redmond says In part:' "This i3 sure
soma 11 Bet Riso at 5:45, and fall in;
thon moss and after that drill till
noon mess. Thon wo fait in again and
drlf'l until mess at supper tlmo which
ds about 5:30. Then we havo until 9:30
when lights go out and wo must bo in
bUd. That Is somo day, don't you
think? Wo aro not allowed to leavo
cafp yet, and probably won't fdr Hi
month yet Arvo Peterson. Casev
and myself aro In tho same "company
with thoso of the North Platte boys
who came first, but tho rest of the
Lincoln county boys aro scattered, af.1
through tho 3G5th regiment. Castey has
his camera with him and today they
gavo us permission to tako pictures."
Tho monthly summary issued by
Observer Shilling of the U. S. wcathor
bureau, gives tho maximum tempera
ture last month at 93 and the mini
mum 37, with 40 degrocs as the
groatest dally ranga. Tho. month
loss than ono decree warmor than
normal for Soptomber. Tho rainfall
during tho month was 2.68 inches com
pared with aovtcnty ono hundredths !of
an inch In September last year arid
1.81 inchog In September, 1915. There
worla light frosts on tho 20th, 27th ami
30th, but so light that It did not Injure
vogletatlon of wy kind
A TIME FOR CARE
Now is the time to magnify the size of
Extra care is demanded and it will lead
to permanent habits of thrift and prosperity
if you take advantage of the Savings Account
System of the McDonald State Bank.
You and every member of your family
should have an account here.
v It takes only a dollar to start and a little
perseverance to keep it up. ,
McDonald State Bank.
vhio Sold' tho 'Whiskey?
John H. Casper, onlei of tho concej-
alonalros on tho fair grounds last
wook has been sued for fifty dollaik
by Jossio A. Wright who was em
ployed by him. Casper's belongings
wore attached by an pffldsT 'and In a
suit caso was found a bottlo of whis
ky. Tho girl was askod whero Cas
per gat the boozo. "Hero In town,"
sho answorfctl. Askod from whom he
purchased It, sho ropliod "a man
wearing nn officer's star." The of
ficers aro now looking for tho boozo
podgier who woro a Btar.
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Hitjs fi&ii liP jfsi i
The convertible sedan is7 as, admirably adapted to a
man's business as it is to a woman's social engage
ment. Comfortable protection is always at the occupant's com
mand. Its -marked driving ease appeals particularly to ..the
woman who likes to handle her own car.
It will pay you to visit us and examine this car.
The gasoline consumption is usually low.
The tire mileage is unusually high
Touring Car or Roadster, $835; Coupe $1265
(All prices f . 0. b. Detroit) 1 ;
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Now Duties for tho Local OffIccB
Effoctivo at once the North Platto
postwffice will bo tho supply and ac
counting offlco for ton of tho larger
postofflcos In Lincoln county. Tho
local offico will supply direct afl the
stamps, stamped envelopes and post
cards needed by those ten county of
flco3 and in addition will audit tho ac
counts of thoso offices instead of hav
ing this work dono In Washington.
Tho North Platto postofflco Is thus
growing fn Importanco with a wider
rango of duties and additional oniploy
03 must necessarily fodlow.
Dancer Appointed Mall Clerk.
Washington nows In yostorday's pa-
pors Btatod that Mllo M. Dancer, of
this city, had been nppolntod a rail
way mall clork on a run in Nobraska.
Dancer Is at presont at Fort Rtloy,
having bfcen sont tlioro with tho last
quota of men. Whether ho wii'l bo rt
teased from military sorvico to sorvo
in tho maty sorvico, Is not at this tlmo
Delauoy to Hot Springs
Dorr Tarkington wont to Omaha
Sunday night and wlfl aexfiinipany
Clou'do Dolaney to Hot Springs, Ark.
Claudhad beon taking treatment at
St. Joseph's hospital at Omaha, but
wilthout improvement, and ho con-
cludod upon ndvlco of 'tho physicians
to go to Hot Springs.
Managor Garman has booked for Oc
tobor in th and 16th Incogs mKllon dol
lar spoctaclo, "Civilization," said to bo
tho most succoBstuf. production in tho
annals of motion plcturo history. In
tho plcturo is shown poaco, thon war,
thon poaco restored, with battles in tho
air, on "land and on tho soa. There la
a wondorful musical Betting to tho Im
posing Ihomo. Tho admission prices
wtl bo 25c, COc and 75c.
J. V., ROMIGH,
Corner Sixth anfi Locust. ' NORTH LATTE, NER.
Tho board of oxamlners concluded
Saturday examining tho additional
ono hundred men called Cast week,
and expect another call before many
days. Of tho hundred men examined
Friday and Saturday about sixty per
cent filed exemption, and a dozen or
moro woro discharged on account of
physical disability. Elghtoen men are
still required to HI,'. Lincoln county's
quota of onei hundred and fifteen.
,T O " "
Delinquent Tax List
On tho extra pages of Tho Tribune
today will bo found tho delinquent tax
list, that Is, a list of lots and lands
on which tho 191G taxes havo not been
paid, and tho racts will bo offered
for an?o November 5th for the taxes
duo. Tho list is much Bmaller than
usual, an Indication that with tho av
erage tfand or lot owner money Is more
Jilentlful wlUi them and hence thoy
did not allow their taxes to become
Jandus Sentenced for Forgery
Robert Jandus, alias Robert Chaura,
pleaded guilty to tho charge of for
gery boforo Judgo Grimes Friday and
was given a sontonco of from ono to
seven years. As Jandus was out on
parole from a sentence Imposed on
.tho samo chargo nt Oga.alla somo
tlmo ago, tho second sentenco will bo
gin when tho fist BentJclnro expires.
On August 5th Jandus wrote a
chock on tho T'atto Valley Bank In
favor of Robort Chaura, signing tho
nnmo of Mllo Marshall Dancor and
cashed it at ono of tho R. R. Dickey
HIGH OltADK PIANO FOR SALE
Wo havo loft on our hands at North
Platto a now piano for which no rea
sonable offor will bo docf.inod if takon
at onco. Quality guaranteed. If In
tjerostod, wrlto tho Donvor Music Com
pany, Donvor, Colorado, at onco for
Suit Filed Against Scliarmnn
The following from tho Jvenrney Hub
rain tea to a formor North Platto boy:
"Suit wns filed Saturday morning In
tho district court by tho Union Pacific
Railroad, naming Andrew M. Schar-
nian, of Koarnoy, und George C
Sayles, of Minneapolis as dofondants
In a 'udgmont, Scharmann was so
voroly hurt ovor a year ago In an ac-
oidont on the switch onglno, of which
ho was onglneor. Tho court granted
hi in $10,000 Judgment .but tho nttor
noy, Mr. Saylos, Is claiming ono-third
las his share. Scharmann has beon
paid $G,tiG7.G7 of tho vordlct but tho
romaindor has been placed in tho dls
fcrlct clerk's hands until It Is doclded
who Is ontitlod to It
Mrs. 0. II. Thoolecke will orttortaln
tho Club Novlta Wednesday aftornoon
Lost at tho fair grounds or on Uio
road to town, a ladies' tan spring coat.
Finder return to Hotel McCnbo and ro-
The undersigned will sell at Public Sale at the Guy
Fear place 8 miles south and 2 miles east of
Sutherland and 13 miles northeast of Wallace, on
ednesdav, October, 101?
Commencing at 10 O'clock a. m. the following:
Consisting of Cows, Calves and Yearling Steers
80 Stoek Coavs 25 Yearling' Steers
5 Good arilcli Coavs JO Calves
50 HORSES AND MULES
4 three j enr old mules, weight 1000 pounds each
1 suckling inulc
1 good work fenm, 9 years old, weight 2300
1 buckskin mare 7 years old, weight 1100
1 sorrel mnro, 7 years old, weight 1100
1 hay mnro 5 yenrs old, weight 1200
2 hay marcs 1 years old, wcighht 1300 each
4 four year old hroke geldings, weight 1200 each
1 hay mare 0 years old, weight 1200
1 sorrel mare 7 years old, weight 1400
1 black mare 5 years old, weight 1400
1 pair gray mares ( years old, weight 2200
1 pair black mares 0 and 8 years old, weight 2000
1 pair mares 4 years old, weight 2200
1 bay mare 'I years old, weiirht 1100
1 pnir 5. year olds (liny) weight 2200
5 two year old colts
3 yearling colts
0 suckling colts
1 pair saddle ponies, 5 years old.
These mares are all in foal.
25 Hogs-3 pure bred Jersey Sows, 22 Shoats
1 top buggy and driving harness nearly new.
Lunch served on the ground by Smiley Dawson.
TEHMS: Sums of $25 and under, cash; on all sums ovor
$2 a credit of 0 months will bo given, purchaser giving
note with approved security hearing 10 per cent interest
from date. o property to bo removed until settled for by
cash or note.
SANDERSON & FEAR
PHILLIPS & SHAPPELL, Auctioneers.
R. A. SCOTT, Clerk.
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