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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1918)
It is said by noted eye specialists and every per
son should kngw the condition of their eyes. While
the" defect is so small in some eyes that it does nqt
give the least trouble, in other eyes it causes
AND SORE EYES.
If you are in doubt about your eyes consult our
"Optometrist about them he will be frank about them
and will tell you if glasses are necessary or not.
GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK
We grind our own lenses. . n
HARRY DIXON & SON.
WmMINQ MAX JYILL TACKLK ,
CASK MVLK " FKHJIIWJIV 22 d.
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
Manager Brown, of the Brady Tele
phone exchange, was a Business vis
itor in town yesterday.
The county commissioners convened
in session yesterday for the trans
action of general business.
Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stone Drug
Tho nal XoiKiibo:! will meet at
tho K. P. hall at three o'clock Wed
nosdav afternoon. Lunch will be
For Sale Several Aberdeen Polland
Ancus Bulls. 10 to 12 months old
Address Frank ifibele, Mortn i'iaue, or
day or night.
Phone 247 for efficient cab service
Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Tlioelecke have
returned from Omaha where they wore
called by tho illness and death of Mr.
For Rent Threo rooms for light
housekeeping and one furnished room.
Phono Black 414. 9-2
The order closing amusement places
on Tuesday have been recalled, the
Crystal and Keith theatres will be
open as usual this evening.
Will Moloney, Charley Pass, Will
Landgraf and Lee Simon were in
Stapleton Sunday soliciting members
for the Knights of Columbus
Fred D. Wright resigned his posi
tion as reporter for the Telegraph
yesterday and will probably return to
Chicago. Miss Sarah Kelly is doing
tho local work.
The furnishings of tho Wilcox Dept
Store are now being moved to the new
K. C. building, this work being donq
gradually in order not to seriously
Interfero with tho transaction of busl
Henderson Fashion Form Corsets
in the new spring styles, both in the
front and back laco. We have a corset
to fit each Individual figure. B. T.
Tramp & Son.
Tho $25,000 gymnasium erected at
Caran Funston by money raised in Ne
braska and for the use of Nebraska
soldiers at that camp, was dedicated
Saturdays Governor Nevillo was pres
ent and assisted in the dedication per
Mrs. Wilbur Cully and Mrs. Dan
Valerius tendered a farewell party at
tho home of the later Friday after
onon to Mrs. R. L. Newborn. A largo
number were present and a very
enlovable afternoon spent. Luncheon
was served and at the close Mrs
Newbern was prosonted with a piece
of sliver as a token of tho lovo and
esteem in which sho Is held. Mrs
Newbern -will leave soon to mako her
home In Cheyenne.
North Platto general agent for Guar
dian Life Insurance Co. of America
Send reference to A. J. Grulk
Koarnev. Nob. 9-2
HogslG Ceitsartd Better
lt ui iiwiiiiiwiiSiiniSii liiii i?i iwliiSntS
NOW is when all your stock needs special attention, because the
change from pasture to dry feed is one of the most critical periods
of the year.
YOU can lose more pounds of summer gain through November
neglect than you can get back all winter.
KEEP up the good condition keep up the summer thrift keep
out the worms.
DR. HESS STOCK TONIC
Drives Out tho Worms. Mokes Stock Healthy
25-lb. pail costs $2.00
100-lb. drum costs $6.50
Why Pay the Peddler Twice This Price?
Remember, we have no peddler's wagon and horse expenses to pay. That's why
,ve can sell you Dr. Hess Stock Tonic at these rock-bottom prices.
And, remember that you get your money back right here at this
store if Dr. Hess Stock Tonic doesn't do all we claim for it.
, NOW IS TUG TIME TO FEED DR. HESS POULTRY PAN A CE-A
It Will Start Your Pullets and Moulted Hens to Laying.
The 1?exajflk Drug Store.
Tho Wyoming man who offered .to
bet live hundred-dollars that ho tjhn
rldo tho Cnao mule, and whoso but was
accepted by Caso and Ida associates,
has placed in the hands of F. C.
lelsttckcr a certified check for $500,
and Caso ,1ms dopositcd a check for
February 22d Washington's birth
day has beon sot as tho dato when
tho Wyoming man will attempt to rt-j
what no man has pa far been ablo to
do,1 rldo tho bucking niulo. During tho
past two years many riders havo made
tlio attempt, and among them havo
been some of tho best riders in tho
A number of other wild west stunts
will bo given in connection with tho
attempt to ride the mule.
Tho entertainment given by tho
Sammy Girls at the Lloyd opera houso
was an unqualified success, tho re
ceipts reaching nearly ilvo hundred
dollars. Tho attendance was greater
than tho seating capacity of tho hall
and evory attendant had good words
to say of the program, which was
under the direction of Mrs. W. J.
Tlley. Ono featuro was "Tho Soldier
in" Dreamland," a Dontornimo written
by Mrs. McKenna, of this city and
Interpreted in a very interesting man-
ner. Tho entortainmont as a wholi
was well worthy tlio largo attendance.
Especially pleasing was tho Httlo
tots who dramatized the song "I've
JUBt a pain in my Sawdust." Another
event was tho calling of Mrs. McQraw
to tho platform by J. G. llcoler and
tho presentation of American Beauty
roses to the sammlo's mothers by the
"This "ls" Life."
If you are blue or tired and weary
come and see George Wnlsh, in "This
is tlio Life," at tho Crystal theatre to
nignt. If you feel O. K. como nlong
and Georgo In bis new photoplay will
make you feel better. In fact lies
good for every mood.
Tho titlo of the 'nlav succests what
it is like. Mr. Walsh, son of a rich
father, doesn't care about work. Ho
refuses to mix his ukulele and his
motion pictures -with business. HU
father, in tho hope of reforming him,
sends him with a cargo of munitions
to bouth America. On the boat is a
band. , of revolutionists. These George
mistakes for a motion picture troupe.
ne gets into a real, Ilvo revolution and
acts with vim, still belloving he's in
the movies. Tho complications bring
about tho arrest of Geortro and Mm
sentence to be shot at daybreak.
nut ueorgo Is not readv to lie shot
at daybreak or anv other Mmn. Wn
uses his tricks to escape and then ho
rescues a girl held by tho revolution
ary band. Ho had believed tho girl
was a motion ''picture star. She's
really the daughter of an American
consul In South America.
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Ho You Need Seed This Year?
Altho my appointment as Countv
Agont does not take effect until March'
nrst, yet It is desirable to know who
wants seed tins year, particularly
neeu corn, nnu who has a surplus,
before that time.
Therefore, tho Farm Bureau of this
Food Will Win the
LARGK part of tho
world is coming to
the position that
Belgium Is In ; com
ing to Ihe stage
where tho pri
mary nnd Im
1 n 1 1 f o is
enough f t o d
to keep nllve.
Food has now
taken a domi
nant position In the war. Tho
American people must preparo
themselves to sacrlllce far more
than was at first thought neces
sary. The cold fnefs are: France,
Italy and England havo Just
enough food to keep them going
ten or twelve weeks. When
America's food shipments stop
tho allied nntlons begin consum
ing into this slender store nnd
begin n swift march Into nctunl
famine conditions which would
mean defeat In short order.
Europo then must live on
America's surplus. Your saving
increases our available stocks
Just that much and actually feeds
some person in the countries with
which wo nre associated In our
war against the Centrnl Powers.
Our surplus wheat has already
been shipped to the nlllcs.
U. S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION
Ileal Kslato Transfers.
Tho following conveyances woro re
corded In the county clerk's office
Nick Roth to Otto J. Zagor south
west quarter section 34-13-34., $5,200.
J. H. Leu to Frod Carr, east half
southwest quarter and lots -3 and 4,
section 31, and south half section 32-9-31,
Gustaf Larson to W. J. Shlnkle
west half southwest quarter section
18-14-32, $G,000. x
Albert Norlln to J. H. Mapes south
west quarter section 3-13-33, $5,040.
Carl Lenqulst to Frans G. Franzcn
east half southwest quarter section
The Grocery Department of tho Wilcox
Arrangements can be made for lease
on nresont location. ThiB Is an ex
ccptional opportunity to buy a cash
businoss with a well established trade.
Tho Btock is exceptionally clean
Reason for selling Is that wo aro re
moving to tho Knights of Columbus
building, which was planned to take
ioaro of tho dry goods part or our
Owlnc to lack of co-operation, wo
linvn ilonldnrt to abolish our charco of
cotmty asks all farmers to list thnir ton cents for delivery, nnd 2 por cent
wants in this matter with A. R. for chnrgo accounts. Wo will adhere
Leavltt, North Platte, and thoso hav- Strictly to the food administrator
ing a surplus to mako It known that Prices, and as thoy aro based on tho
we may supply thoso needing it. cash and carry iplan, wo muist Insist
Tho government has fixed the price on our customers paying their ac
of seed corn in this state as fallows: counts every 30 days
Pure bred seed testing 90 per cent and
bettor $5.00 per bushel. .
This should be sufficient inducement
for thoso having seed to Bave lt, for
besides being patriotic It is also
BERT BARBER, County Agent.
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Abandon Charges for Delivery.
Through lack of co-operation, those
grocers who, upon recommendation of
tho state food administration and tho
stato council of defense, inaugurated
a charge for delivery and a-charge for
credit, havo abandoned tho plan. It is
probable, however, that retailers will
sooner or later need retrench their
expenses for there is but little doubt
as tho war progrsses the government
will continue to draw tho reins tighter
on them, ust as it will on tho bank
er, the baker, the butcher and other uro of potash
classes or business . it Is estimated
that the cost of tho delivery system of.
tho North Platto grocers and butchers Improved
is not iosb man oignty uoiiars per
Hereafter we will not mako any
charge for delivery or charge accounts.
RUSH MERCANTILE CO.
Several lines of tracks havo been
laid between the Locust street and
Willow street crossings and connected
up with tho tracks laid for tho former
coal yard. This gives a couplo ad
ditional miles of trnck for expodlto
Our suits aro sure to pleaBe you,
como and seo them. E. T. Tramp &
Tho Happy Hour club will hold a
Valentino warty at the homo or Mrs.
W. Thompson, Friday evening. Each
membor Is requested to bring
A McPherson county resident who
was In toWn Saturday stated that
parties had beon In that county lately
taking leases on lakes with a view of
establishing plants for tho manufact
Mary had a little hen,
That acted very queer,
Sho always laid when eg"gs were
But quit when they wero dear.
Try a package of Magic Egc Savor:
25 cents a package. McMIchaol Gro
cery, 408 So. Dewey, or Mrs. E. Burg
ner, 815 No. Locust. 7-2
A collision between a Dodgo and a
Ford car occurred Saturday ovoning at
tho corner of Sixth and Locust, the
Ford being overturned nnd windshield,
steering wheel and fohders broken.
but tho driver escaped unscratchod.
Tho Dodgo was driven by a Mr.
Christiansen tho namo of tho Ford
driver was not learned.
For Sale 2 horses, 2 mules and a
Oakland car modol 33, Inqiriro H. M.
ulumo, North Side Garago. 9-tf
For quick action and Miflsfactory
sale list your land with Thoclocke. tf
, Roy Banks and Mrs. F. Elliott loft
Sunday night for Chicago whoro thoy
will purchaso' a spring stock for the
Tho Lonton season begins tomorrow
nnd will bo observed by communicants
of several local churches.
Do you have spoils of dizziness and
everything turning black boforo tho
oyos7 Theso are symptoms of torpid
liver and a clogged condition of tho
bowols. Tako Prickly Ash Bitters and
get rid of the misery. It is tho right
thing for such dlsordors. Prico $1.25
per bottlo. Rlncktfr Book & Drug Co.
farm of 1C0 acres 2V.
miles from Koystono. Omaha Furn
lture & Carpot Co., 1211 Farnam St
A NICKEL A DAY
IS YOUR SHARE
If You Can Save More, Then Moro I
i If every person In Nebraska were to
Iny aside a nickel each day during
, tho year of 1018, lt would mean the
Bavlng of nenrly $2(5,500,000 In thl
stato this your. This Is Nebraska':
sharo of tho War Savings Stump loan
If everybody In tho United State
oaved n nickel n day during tho yenr,
lt would mean tho raising of $2,000
000,000. This Is the total amount of
tho Wur Savings loan.
FIvo nickels buy a "Thrift Stamp,
Sixteen of tho 25-cent "Thrift Stamps'
pasted on a card can be exchanged
with n few cents for a War Savings
Stamp. War Savings Stumps cost
14.12 each until February 1, and then
one cent moro each month until the
ond of tho year, and on January 1
1023, can bo redeemed at any post
offlco for $5.
If you do not want to keep Wnr
Savings Stamps until tho dato of mn
turlty you can cash them ut the post
offlco any time on 10 days' notice, and
get what you paid plus tho Interest
earned to dato.
V STAMP J
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
It's no longer necessary to go into the details
describing the practical merits of the Ford car
overybody knows nil about "The Universal Car."
How it goes and comes day nfter day and year after
year at an operating expense so small that it's won
derful. This advertisement is to urge prospective
buyers to place orders without delay as the war has
produced conditions which may interfere with
normal production. Buy a Ford car when you con
get one. We'll take good care of your order get
your Ford to you soon as possible and give the
best in "afterservice" when required.
HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO.
This is the machine you have been hearing about
with swinging wringer and latest improvements.
North Platte Light & Power Co.
"IF YOU HAVE TRIED EVERY
THING ELSE WITHOUT RESULTS,
TRY CHIROPRACTIC SPINAL
ADJUSTMENTS ANDGET WELL."
ACUTE and CHRONIC DISEASES
CONSULTATION and SPINAL ANALYSIS FREE!
DR. L. D. SMITH
Office 5-6-7 Building & loan Bldg.,
Permanently located in North Platte, Nebraska.
WE BUY YOUR HAY, GRAIN, SEEDS AND LIVESTOCK.
We sell Coal, Flour, Graham, Whole Wheat, Corn
Meal, Corn Chop, Barley, Chop, Salt, Shorts, Bran, Tankage
and Cotton, Linseed and. Alfalfa Meal, mixed Chicken Feed
and all kinds of Grain.
Quality guaranteed and SERVICE THE BEST.
Leypoldt & Pennington,
EAST FRONT ST.
J. B. J1EDFIELD.
PHYSICIAN & SUBOEON
Dra. lledfleld ft ItedQold
PHYSICIAN &1 SUIKIEONS HOSPITAL
Offlco Phono 312 Res. Phono G7(
DOCTOB D. T. QUIGLEI
Practice Limited to ' jfk
Surgery and Hudlum Therapy
78 City National Bank Buildlaf.
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