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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1918)
Certainly one should remember it wit) qn
expression of love and honor other ttihn
Mother does so much for each of us, Shares'
so much with us, we've become accustomed to
lUving her things all of us get benefit from.
c i i i i. j ! r ra..
one lines sucu gu is yea. uui icis iiiuiyu
her birthday present a purely personal one
something for her own use.
Jewelry is above all things the individual
and personal present,
Mother learned a long time ago that Clinton's
is the best place to buy jewelry. ;
,( You will find appropriate ornaments here,
and she will be a little more pleased when
. she sees our imprint on the box contnining
C. S. Clinton
Jeweler and Optician
At the Sign with the Big Ring.
LOCAL AND PEIWONAL
Miss Gertrude Dakor spent Sunday
With friends in Gothenburg.
For Farm Loans see Gono Crook,
Room 4:Koith Tlioatro building.
Dr. Morrill, Dentist, i ;
J. D. McoDnald returned to Omaha
Saturday nftor spending sevoral days
Miss Illldcgardo Clinton
Saturday evoning from a
friends in Lincoln.
Roy Cantlin is out of tho general
hospital after taking treatment for
ten days for a threatened attack of
pneumonia and for inurics received in
a recent railroad wreck.
For Ront 040 acres, 70 acres broke,
balance pasturo and hay. Good house,
largo barn, windmill, resorvolr, milk
house nnd garage. S. R. Carnoyf 321
South Dowoy, North Platte, Nobr.
Mrs. Geo, B. Dent who had Been, in
'a hospital at Omaha for sevoral weoks,
KNIGHTS OF COLUMIIUH
WILL HOLD A FAIR.
The Knights of Columbus will hold
a fair April 2d, 3d and 4th, ort the
third floor of thoif new building.
Committeos to arrange for the fair
havq been appointed and are now at
work arranging a program that will be!
sufficiently varied to guarantcoH big1
attendance each nleht. Tho committee'
.has enlisted assistance of tho mclnbeW.
of tho Catholic Girls' Club,ahd this
I lMln.. 1 -.1.1 . 1.1 .l -.1 ... A.. I
in v-yi uim lu uuu uuiibiuui uuiu vim lu
the proceedings each evening.
The object of tho fair is to assist in
raising funds for furnishing tho K. C.
hall, and tho promoters hopo to have
programs that will result in attend
ants getting tho. worth of tho money
Fiirthor announcements of iho fair
will bo mado later.
Ladles Aid society of tho Methodist
church will hold a business meeting
next Tuesday afternoon In tho church
parlor. Members aro urged to bo pres
ent. Commencing at 5 o'clock tho
Methodist ladles will servo tho people
with a careterla supper.
I'roposo Clinrlty Rail.
The next move of the Sammy Ciris
will bo a charity ball to bo given im
mediately after the close of the Lenten
season. Tho object of tho ball will be
to raiso funds for buying yarn, and
one-half of tho net proceeds will be
given to tho Red Cross. Tho date of
tho ball will be announced later.
We desire to inform you thatwe will pay the highest prices for
Orders were received Saturday not
to furnish cars for hay shipments.
How long this order will hold 1b not
known. Through the efforts of tiio
federal government Loypoldt & Pen
nington were put in communication
with parties In Texas who were sorely
In need of hay, and had seventeen cars
i . rni.innn1.,ilinmn Qnmlntr - .Tw TlnYlf nn il n (ai- nlilnmnn, . 1 . .. . 1. II.... It
visit with going to Omaha to accompany her for hay order came' Saturday after-
homo. Mrs. Dentin recovering nicely, noon
I f mm thn nnnrnnnn I . n
isoveny wurioio is sintering irom
a fractured arm which sho sustained 1 A. F. Sodorman will soli at public
Obtain Our Quotations Before You Sell
The Harrington Merc. Co.
Office First National Bank Building
North Platte, Nebraska
in a fall a fow days ago.
Girl wanted. Mrs. J. V. Romlgh,
F. L. Moonoy loft Sunday for Ex
celsior Springs.. whoro ho will remain
forjfa-couplo of weeks.
"Slump out tho wnr" with War Sin-
auction at tho Sodorman ranch 11
miles southeast of North Platto on
February 19th, twenty-two head of
cattlo, one horso colt, chickens and n
lot of farm machinery.
I now havo catalogues from Falr-
Tho committee appointed to arrange
a program for tho celebration of tho
flnlflrm nnnlvnranrtr 9 tr Tl Ti f
Elks on Monday evening of next wek,?rlctxlTist lu thof ?mp,,oy .f ho
havo about completed their work.
A reception will be hold at eight
o ciock ronowetl by a musical program,
FARM Rl'RKAU SELECTS !
HERT RARHER AS AGEXT.
At a meeting of the officers of tho
newly created Lincoln county farm
bureau Saturday Bert Barber was
elected to tho position of county agent
and will assume his duties as such
- t i. ft i mi. i ii e . i
Barber is an oxcellent one, for ho has
been a farmer by vocation, and is a
graduate of Nebraska agricultural col
lego at Lincoln. He spent a year or
more In South America as an expert
tings Stumps. For Halo at flic Hex'nll! Phono Red 732, or addross P. 0. box
bury Nursery for distribution to those and by special features and then
winning goou uiock ui tuir prices.
Dispatcher R. L. Nowbcrry has been
transferred to Choyionno, assuming
Jlls" duties at-that terminal Saturday.
For Sale Puro Bred Vhlto Rock
Cof.'kfrfilB. V. XI. TTlHlinlRtrnln .Phnnn
Slack 920. 8-?.
Mrs. T. L. Greon and daughtor
Kathorlno and Mrs. Iryln left Saturday-
for a visit with rolativos in Grand
11r3. O. R. Ilandloy, who had been
visiting her paronrs Mr. and Mrs.
Victor VanGootz, returned to Omaha
McFarland, North Platte, No-
Tho now G00.000 gallon Btcol tank
at tho rouind houso was placed in ser
vice Saturday. Tho capacity of tho
i pumping plant on tho bank of tho
north rlvor Is proving moro than
dancing. RofreshmOnts will bo served
'lho committee Is making arrange
ments to entertain at least 150 Elks
and their ladles.
Will Initiate Rig Class.
Tho Knights of Columbus will initi
ate a big class of candidates Sunday.
March 2d by which time It is ox-
amplo to supply tho maximum amount! Iocted that the furnishings for the hall
of water needed. m uluir now uuiiumg wm nave ar-
m,.. ...... I vod. Tliq membership of tho class
xum vuuiiu, auiiiimi, ui ini uity ( nas already reached fortv-olclit. nnil
It is believed that by the date sot for
tno initiation tho number will not bo
less thon seventy. Prominent mom-
, borB or tho organization aro expected
Guy Pitt, of Arthur county, has boon
in. town for several days, having been last wook in. announcing that
called horo by tho serious lllnoss of , senger englns woro boing
who enlisted in tho Iowa national
guard ami wottTto Doming, has recent,
ly bc6n.fiont to tup offlcors' training
school'at 'Cnmp Stariloy, Texas . Ho
was ono.of thrco selected out of 250 to be presnt at tho initiation.
jlui hub jiiKiiur uuiy.
The Tribune was a llttlo promaturo
his mother. Mrs, Olive Pitt. t through to Cheyenno. However, thlj
.,, , , ,., sorvico Is now In vogue, tho flrnt
. After a visit of soyoral months with! ...., to M throllhb ' thn ..,,
nor Hiaier, Mra. W. II. MoDonald, iinnllnc No 19 vc3tordav mornlntr
Miss Carrio Bolton loft Frlrfiw nvnnlnL' """""t- 1N0- 1J yoaioruay morning.
for her homo in San Diego, Cal.
Found nt tho Lloyd opera houso
Saturday morning ladios' muff and trator
" "ut V kill 1 1 1 W VI J
ing at Tribune offlco and paying for
John Korto, an oarly settlor In tho
south part of tho county, brought IUb
sixteen year old son to tho Gonoral
Hospital Friday to submit to an aporn
.tlon for iiornla.
Cyrus Fox, of Garfield, was in town
Saturday transacting business., Ho
had Just returned from a trip to east
ern Iowa whoro ho found two foot of
snow on tho lovol.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood Whlto wont to
Omaha Thursday ovonlng and rodo
Imck tho following day with Mr.
White's brothor, a promlnont Now
York business man, who was enroute
To straighten out confusion with
rogard to oxchaugo of wheat for flour
at tho mill by fnrmors, Food Admlnis-
Wattlos has emphasized this
rulolng: "Farmors may oxchango
wheat grown by them for flour at the
mill for not moro than a thirty days'
A half dozon or moro signal main
tainors Btatlonod betweon Kearney
and this torminal woro horo Friday
and Saturday attending a school of in
struction. Evory two weeks a class of
maintainors working between Grand
Island and Cheyenne aro brought horo
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Stores For Jtcnt.
Tho stores of tho Masonic Tcmplo
will bo for ront nftor March 1st. Will
partition to suit tenants. For parti
culars sea A. F. Stroltz, Custodian.
A Paramount Picture
Action? Yes! Thrills? Yes! Suspense? Yes!
in this gripping story of politics, love and intrigue.
Crystal Theatre, Thursday and Friday.
? DR. J. S. TWINEM,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTE, NEQRASKA.
Physician, Surgeon, Obstetrician. X-Ray.
For your comfort and accommodation The Nurse Brown
Memorial Homeopathic Hospitol. Homeopathic medicine for
acute ond chronic diseases. A trial will convince you that there
is no system of treatment its equal.
Office phone 183. Residence phone 283.
Hospital Phone 110.
Siuco I havo sold tho garage am doing auto llrcry from tho North Side
Barn,. Day or Night. TclophoHO 20. SVo make n specialty of drlrca to
sales all over tho county at tho ato of flro cents per mlle-por person.
Tkoso trlio haro sales tlirouglteut tho country please let mo know.
Also a fow cars for sale. Night Call Jlod 682.
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Alderman Hay Goes to Lincoln.
Alderman Dave Day went to Lincoln
buturciay nlcht for tho nurnosn nt Jnk
Ing possu-uio'i of n soven-chair barhe
Btiop which his 1atlicr-in-1n.w. Mr
Hnhn had contracted to purchase for
him. Ttj sali will he confirmed if
air. iMy liuiis everything satisfactory
Davo is a splendid and popular youni
man who wo will nil rogroat to lo3e
should ho decide to locate in tho
Sholton Wins Ensllr.
Shelton defeated North Platto in a
basket hall gnmo nt tho auditorium
Friday evoning by a score of thlrty
olght iO sovon. Tho team work of tho
visitor was superb, while tho local
boys lucked this requisite and failed
to take ndvantago of tho opportunity
Brazilian government. His knowledge
! of crop growing and live stock raising
and his ability to analyze conditions,
and suggest remedies particularly fits
him for tho position. He is full of
energy, a tireless worker, and Is cer-j
tain to bo of great assistance to the
farmers and stock growers of tho
Agent Baber will have his offlco
after March 1st in tho Chamber of
Commerce rooms and will be glad to
meet all farmers who como to town.
Tho Tribune feels vitally interested
in tho organization of the farm bureau
and tho appointment of the county
agent and offers its services to the
bureau and to Agent Barber in what
ever way it can best serve.
ltiiildliig Works Under Ground.
Passengers arriving at Now York
from Amsterdam assert x that tho!
Krupp gun works, at Essen, aro being!
'rebuilt, this time under the ground.)
Tho latter action is being taken as the
Germans fear ejctenslve air raids byj
American flyers In tho future. Tho
Krupp works were partly destroyed I
by a conflagration several months ngo.l
the entire plant being damaged and
out These sections of tho gun works I
aro being rebuilt underground and It,
Is understood all of tho plant will be
rebuilt In time. Tho passengers all;
state that activities of Americans in
tho air are greatly feared in Gormany,
particularly along tho frontier towns
and manufacturing centers, whoro It1
is iiiougnt tho eftorts of nirmen will be
CATTLE FOlt SALE.
Will havo on saio at tho local yards
n ur uuoui I'euruary loth, one hun
dred head White Faced Cows.
Also six milch cows soon to bo fresh.
Will sell any number nt nny time,
C. RAUCH & SON,
720 East Fourth Street.
Phono Black 1008. North Platto.
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nostaurnnt keepers aro not per
mitted to servo moro than two ounces
of wheat bread to ono customer at any
ono moal. Vhoy havo not been request
ed to do so, thoy havo been command
ed, nnd. If thoy violate the cnmmniiil
.thoy suffor a sovoro penalty. Evorv
week there Is a tightening up on tho
food proposition, and tho ond is yot
far away. By tho middlo of tho sum
mer wo will bo reminded in a thousand
ways that wo aro at war.
Now Is tho time to got a good selec
tion in n suit. E. T. Tramp & Sons,
Big Poland. Clilnn Hog Snlo Eeb. 27
On account of the tovere snow storm
Fob. 8, our sale was postponed to
Yveunesday, Feb. 27. Thero can pos
itively bo no postponement then as
somo of the offerings will farrow in
Sale will bo comfortably and conven
iently hold in largo barn. Should it
bo an Impossible day again anything
unsold will be sold at private salo.
t 50 of tho topplost Poland China's to
bo put up anywhere.
If Interested in this offering send for
Parties from west coming on local
can stop off at Markel on the farm, or
later trains will bo met by automobiles
and conveyed to tho farm free of
9-4 J. O. ANDERSON.
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Sixteen Allen Enemies Register.
During last weok sixteen Grman
alien enemies registered at the locn
postofflco, a smaller numbor than was
expected. Postmaster McEvoy is ol
the opinion that thero aro soma who
Riinillrl rnrifltr whr Vinvn nnf ilnnn
Wore you over double-crossed? Prnii.
ably at somo timo in your llfo you what Uioy aro expected to dd.
ueiiovou somobody has doublo-cross- Under tho original order tho dato for
ed you for porsonal gain or to do you registering closed Saturday evoning,
an injury, but Paulino Frederick, in. but Postmastor McEvoy has been noti-
wUv..., uuv-n 1.11,0 iu oitvu. uuu uiiii 1110 umo nas ueen exienued
until tomorrow ovenlng.
tho roputatlon of her husband. Surely
you will bo intorostod in seeing this
on Thursday and Friday at ths Crystal
For Salo Ono of tho ulcost and host
sixicuymouorniiousos in North Platto. tho ovonlng of February 28th. Tho
Ten rooms, down stairs finished iu object of this meeting is to acquaint
uuru woou, iui oasomont, garugo in
Food Conservation Meeting.
A food conservation mooting will bo
hold In tho Franklin auditorium
connection hoatod from furnace. Cor
nor lot nnd nico lawn. This property
Is only two years old. Is woll locatoil
and tho owner Is willing to Bacrifloo
for quick sale. Price $5,500. Terms.
MILTONBERGER & LEININGER.
Mon not of soloctivo sorvico ago who
aro aociiBtomed to handling horses
havo opportunity for specialized sor
vico in tho enlisted Voterlnary Corps,
onllstmontfl for which aro now being
takon. Tho 2.000 won wnntod lncludo
veterinary and agricultural students,
farmors, atablonion. and others who
havo had oxporlonco handling horses.
Pay ranges from $30 to ?5G a month,
with clothing, fowl, and quartors. Ap
plication for onllatmont may bo mado
at any army recruiting station. ""
If tho bowols are cloggod wp poisons
got Into tho blood causing loss pf
Btrongth, Bkln eruption, dizziness and
vertigo (blind staggers.) Prickly Ash
Bittors will opon tho bowols, drlvo
out tho impurities and rostoro
strength, onorgy and cheerful spirits.
Prlco $1,25 por bottlo. Rlnckor Book
tho 'peoplo with the exact condition of
food stuffs and the absoluto necessity
of conservation. Tho mooting will bo
addressed by Dr. R. II. Wllber, of
tho Stanford University and Evorett
Colby, of Orange, N. J., and probably
Miss Kolly, of tho University of Wis
consin. Theso speakors havo mado a
study of tho food situation and will
glvo tho real facts. Thoy aro sent out
by Stnto Food Administrator Wattles.
Thoso wanting salo dates let mo
know soon, as I linvo dates inndo for
R. I. SHAPPELL
SUTHERLAND, NEB. .
"The Silent Master"
Keith Theatre, Wednesday and Thursday.
FEBRUARY 13 AND 14.
WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING PRICES FOR
POULTRY THIS WEEK.
,f - . ..
SPRING ROOSTERS. 20c
OLD ROOSTERS I Oc
DUCKS AND GEESE... 17 C
Bring us your surplus this week, and get ready
to hatch a big lot this spring. Your Uncle needs
North Platte Produce Co.
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easy starts in tho coldest
winter weather nnd light-nine-like
you open the throttle these are yours when the
motor Is running on Red Crown Gasoline.
Red Crown vaporlaea readijy even when the
motor Is Btone-cold. The cylinders draw in a full
charge of gas that explodes at the first tiny spark.
That's why Red Crown saves the batteries of
And If you want a sudden burst of speed In dodg
ing through traffio, or on a country rdadyou'll get
it If Red Crown Gwollnois In the tank. For every
drop Is full of punch and power. And evory gal
lon Is like every other galloadependablo andf pure.
Get Red Crown wherever To see the sign at our
Service Stations and all gdod garages.
The best winter lubricant is Polartne.
Flows freely In sero weather j oils
perfectly at any temperature.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
3 & Drug Co., Spocial Agonts.
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