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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1918)
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I GLASSES FITTED
EYES TESTED. It
I LENSES GROUND f
j MARRY DIXON & SON. 1
d Service 1f Satisfaction
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DR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
LOCAL A2TD PEBSONAL
Miss Lawhead went to Broadwater
Wednesday on a special nursing case.
Gas Range for sale. Apply at Stone'B
Fred Predrickson left yesterday for
Omaha to visit friends for two or threo
Dr. Morrill. Dentist.
Mrs. II. L. Baker has been visiting
fri,onds in Cofcad for several days
For Farm Loans see Gene Crook,
Room 4 Keith Theatre building.
Mr. and Mrs. Moso McFat-land and
daughter went to Omaha Wednesday
to visit for a few days.
Miss M. Sieman, steam baths and
SwedlBh Massage, ladies and gentle
men. Phono 897. Brodbeck bldg. 85tf
Miss Elsie Langford, who is employ
ed as stenographer In Cheyenne, came
home Tuesday on a visit.
No meeting of the domestic science
department of the 20th Century Club
will bo held Monday afternoon.
Clyde McMiohaol has purchased a
Dodge delivery car, a vehicle ne nnus
very convenient for business uses.
Asparagus and green onions for
sale. North Platte Floral Co. Phone
Mrs. Jackson, of Lincoln, -nee Mar
garet Jones, has been spending this
week in town as the guest of Miss
New dress goods and silks are comL
ing in most every day at THE LEAD
ER MERC. CO. When in the store don't
fail to ask the clerk to be shown.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lute, of Paxton,
were-visitors in town Wednesday, Mr.
Lute coming hero to attend the meet
ing of the farmers' insurance mnion.
Ladies silk dresses, rose, gray and
navy, from $17.50 up. THE HUB.
Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Applegato, of
Cheyenne, who had been visiting
friends in town and Sutherland, re
turned to their home Wednesday night
Tho Presbyterian choir, under the
direction of Mrs. Henry Gllfoyl, is
preparing a cantata which will be
rendered on tho evening of Easter
Sunday. Tho composition is said to
bo very beautiful and promises to be
Harry Dixon returned yesterday
from Omaha where he had been visit
ing Mrs. Dixon and liis daughter, Mrs.
Conlin for a few days.
Wanted Man and wife to work on
ranch 7 miles from town. A per
manent Job. Phono f90F031. C. P.
County Agent Barber, who had been
In Lincoln for several days attending
a meeting of agricultural specialists,
returned homo yesterday.
For Snlo 12 brood sows, weight
about :r0 pounds. Will farrow In
April or May. Prlco $1.00 below Omaha
top. 1. K. Elhrlght.
Mr. and Mrs. John McKale and
daughter returned Wednesday Crom
Seattle, where they had been visiting
relatives for several, weeks.
How to Look your Best demonstra
ted at the Coates Beauty Parlor. Room
4 McDonald Bank Bldg. Phono 1038.
O. H. Thoelecke returned Wednes
day from Iowa where he accompanied
the remains of his mint, Mrs. J. T.
Thoelecke, late of Pocatello, Idaho.
Wanted to Buy Several small cal
ves. Inquire at or -address 720 east
Fifth street, City. 20-10
J. C. Fogg, formerly of this county,
now living in Kansas, arrived in town
Wednesday, acom'panled by two other
Kansans. Tho object is to purchaso
KNIGHTS OF COMMltlS PLAN
HIti THRKIMLVY FAIR.!
Christian Scienco,:servico Sunday at
11 a. m Sunday school 12 noon. Wed
nesday evening meetings 8 p. m., Build
ing and Loan building. Room 26.
Three men named Anderson,' Kilmer
and Hess were arrainged before. Judge
Sullivan Tuesday on the charge of rid
ing bicycles on tho sidewalks and were
fined one dollar and costs each.
For Sale Fivo room house, modern
except heat, cement basement, 218 E.
Henry Weil, of Bayard, spent yester
day in town visitingfrlends and tran
sacting business. Ho reports excel
lent business in the hotel line, in
which lie is now engaged.
Wanted Cattlo to pasture for tho
summer. Address C. O. Wills, Well
fleet. Nebr. 19-3
Chas. Ryan, of Grand Island, well
known attorney and orator, will do
liver the address at tho big meeting
to be held at the Franklin auditorium
on the afternoon or evening of April
Gth, the dpening day of the Liberty
For Sale Eggs for setting. Rose
Comb R. I. Reds. Mrs. Philip Brunk,
Brady, Nebr. 20-G
Tho committee having in charge the
Red Cross picture sho.w announce that
tho opening will boon or about April
1st A representative of a film and
machino houso is expected today to
confer with tho commute in regard
to erection of tho curtain, machine
booth and other matters connected
with tho show.
The Power of Saving
The mighty power of saving regularly
cannot possibly be over stated. With a
definite purpose in constant mind and reg
ular days for depositing in an account at
The McDonald State Bank you will sweep on
to a successful financial accumulation.
YOU AND U. S.A.
The question of saving is now vitally
connected with our country's successful
future and that means yours as well.
Make savings a daily thought.
Small depositors are welcome here.
McDonald State Bank
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
The Knights of Colmflbus are now,
planning and making preparations for'
a big fair to bo held in their hall on1
tho evenings of April 3d, 4th and Rth. '
Eaoh owning thoro will 'he danolnfft-K
tho India will sorvo refreshments
and a big fenturo will bo tho nlucton,'
nt which will ho offorod a large list
of articles unliable for all classes of
It In 'iiitnHlhln Hint n numhnr nl' nntor
taining stunts will be put on that will?
please tho big (crowds that are o.vpecU
ed to attend during tho threo evenings, j
Committees arc now nt work arrang-j
Ing for tho different features of tho
fair, and thoy hopo to make It ono of,
tho most succossfluil ovor held in tho
: :o: :
(torcriinietit .Hakes Inquiry.
A. S. Allen, of tho exemption board,
received a telogram yesterday re
questing him to wiro to tho provost j
marsuai mo numucr oi i;iass una
drafted mon In Lincoln county and
how mnny cases of Class One men aro
pending beforo the district board.
In ills reply Mr. Allen gave the total
number of Class One men as threo
hundred and sixty-four, and of theso
twenty-three are beforo the district
board. Nearly all those of Class Ono
who liavo asked for exemption are
farmers who believe they can be of as
much sprvlco to tho government as
producers as they can In the ranks as
Tho fact that this inquiry has boon
made Is evidence' that tho government
is contemplating another call for men,
and that the quota of each county will
bo based on the number of Class One
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UNCLE SAM EXPECTS YOU
(and every other mon, woman
and child in the U. S.) to buy as
many War Savings and Thrift
Stamps as your circumstances
will permit. Until you have
purchased to the amount of $20
you have not met his per capita
expectations. We sell them.
THE PLATTE VALLEY STATE BANK.
We desire to inform you that we will pay the highest prices for
Obtain Our Quotations Before You Sell
e Harrington Merc. Co.
Office First National Bank Building.
North Platte, Nebraska.
Hog Case In Court.
The time of tho county court was
taken up Tuesday with a ciise from
Walker precinct wherein Fred Cross
sued Peterson Bros, for the value of
nine hogs. Petersons bought tho hogs
of Cross and left a signed check with
Mr. Axtell, who acted as their agont,
to weigh tho hogs and fill out tho
check to the amount of the value of
tho hogs. This was done, hut a day or
two after tho hogs were dollverod tho
buyers thought tho .animals not Tis
heavy as the check represented, weigh
ed them twlbe and found them 200
pounds lighter than tho reported
weight on the day on which they were
bought, anil proceeded to stop pay
ment of tho check. Judge Woodhurst
decided In favor of Cross, and Peter
son Bros, appealed tho case to tho
Seed Corn For Sale.
400 bushels yellow ninety-day; 1917
crop, testing 90 per cent. All those
wanting seed corn get it as soon as
possible as It will be shipped.
Phono 7S0F11 North Platto.
Prohibit Sale of Hook.
Pastor Russell's book, "The Fin
ished Mystery," which was being cir
culated and sold In Maxwell and vicin
ity, will no longer be distributed or)
sold in that section. Acting under
Instructions from tho federal govern
mentSheriff Salisbury served notice!
on the agent that no more hooks can!
bo handled by him; that those in his'
possession must bo "Interned," and,
that thoso already sold must bo gath
ered up and turned over to tho sheriff. I
Tho circulation-of tho book is denied!
under tho sabotage act, as it contents
For Sale Flvo room liniiHO lnnilnrn
except heat, cement basement. 218 E.
NAM US COJLMlTTKi: FOlt THE
LlHHKTr LOAN CAJITAIUN.
J. E. Sobastian, city chairman of tho
Liberty Loan campaign, which opens
Saturday, April Gth, has divided tho
city into sixteen districts and ap
pointed solicitors for each district In
solecting theso solfcltorfl Mr. Sebas
tian had in view nten who could "hit
tho line hard," and while alt of them
aro men who aro busy, yet tho govern
ment demands that this work bo dono
and all should respond cheerfully and
willingly. In tho residence district
tho greater part of tho work can bo
dono in tho evening; In fact tho even
ing hours will bo tho best time, for tho
head of, tho household la moro likely
to be at' home.
In tho business districts tho execu
tive committee recently appointed by
County Chairman Tomplo will do tho
Tho solicitors named by City Chair
man Sebastian and tho rcs'pectivo dis
tricts in which they will work, aro aa
All of. Taylor's and Ponlston's Ad
dition F. J. McGovern, Harry York,
A. N. Durbln, S. M. Soudor,.
All of Third and all of Second from
Dowey street east Edmund Dlckoy,
William Soules, Earl Stamp.
All of Fourth and all of Fifth from
Pino east Porry Carson, J, Guy
Swope, Father McDald.
All of Sixth and all of Front street
iinn Pine east Carl Simon, William
From Dewey street west and south
eluding "Graceland Addition S. It.
Derryherryv Harry SamuelmV.', Roy
Mehlman, Ed. Ogier.
Second street from Dewoy street
wost Cash Austin, Porry Buchannn.
Third street from Dewoy wost
Charles J. Leth, Frank Elliott.
Fourth street from Locust west
W. It. Maloney, C. O. Welngand, Rich,
mond Birge, Horton Mungor:
Fifth street from Locust west M.
J. Forbos, N. E. Buckley, Rev. F. Koch,
J. C. Hollman.
West Sixth and west Front E. J.
Vanderhoof, L. B. Dick, Harry Dixon,
West Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth
C. H. Lelnlnger. Leslie Raskins.
West Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth
from Locust Chas. Liork, Walter
Ellis, H. E. Bell.
East Twelfth, Elovonth and Tonth
D. J. Antonides, Ira Miltonbcrger.
East Ninth, Eighth and Seventh
Joe McMIchael, J. L. Louden.
Union Paiclllc round houso - Chas.
Sandall, D. A. Russel.
Union Pacific yards, roadmen and
back shops E. S. Cunningham, H, L.
Heckor, Harry Murrln.
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$10.00 Human Hair Switches for
$5.50. Coates Beauty Parlor. McDonald
Bank Bldg. 20-2
FROM the flower gardens of all the
world, from India and France, Guiana
and England, the Holy Land and Italy,
were gathered the fragrances that go
into the making of Jonteel, the New
Odor of Twenty-six Flowers.
Yet never before has a talc of this
quality sold at a price so low.
SOLD ONLY AT THE
Isn't it almost n crime to use unsanitary carpets when the
Chi-Namel Graining System will make any old floor suitable for
At 2c per square foot it is the cheapest and most sanitary
floor finish any one could buy.
Come in and learn to grain. It will take only five minutes
Will outwear new hard wood finished with the ordinary varnish.
STONE'S DRUG STORE.
DON'T STOP FOU A JIINUTK
as soon as you decldo that your coal
Is too near out for safety. Como
straight horo and leavo your ordor
for enough to replenish you coal hln.
Delay will probably mean forgetting
again and tho first thing you know
you'll havo no coal at all. What will
the "Missis" say to you then Ordor
now and oscapo a well merited lecture.
LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTON
Rexall Drug Store.
Since I linvo sold tho garago am doing auto livery from tho North Side
Darn.. Day or Night. Telephone 29, Wo make a specialty of drives to
sales all oror tho county nt tho rnto of fivo cents per mllo per person.
Thoso who have sales throughout tho country plcnso let mo know.
Also u few cars for snlo. Night Call Dcd C!12.
Ir I J ii I jit. Jni Sk I A .
Having rented my farm located two miles
south and two miles east of Hershey, known as the
old James Bechan farm, I will sell on
WEDNESDAY, MARC i I 27, 1918
Sale to Commence at 10 a. m.
95 HEAD OF CATTLE
Host all Cows with Calf by side.
HEREFORDS AND DURHAMS
Among these cattle are 20 head of good milk cows, one
Durham Bull, one Hereford Bull.
NUMBER OF HORSES AND MULES
SOME NEW AND SECOND HAND MACHINERY
1 NEW AUTOMOBILE 1 SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILE
100 bushels Seed Potatoes and many other articles
such as are used on a farm.
A Shetland Pony will be sold for the benefit of the Sammy
Girls. ,This is a 3 year old pony, gentle, broke to handle by
TERMS C months time, 10 per cent interest. 2 per cent
off for cash over $20.
FREE LUNCH A.T NOON
Col. L. M. McClara, Auctioneer. F. C. Pielsticker, Clerk.
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