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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1918)
IKA L. BARE, Editor nnd Publisher
Ono Year by Hull In Adnnco....$1.25
Ono Year by Carrier In Adrnnco ifliO
Entorod at North Platto. Nebraska,
Postofflco uh Second Glass Matter.
flllllAY, Al'KIL JOlh, 1018.
Kiilscr to Sacrifice 1,000,000.
It was learned Jn Washington, yes
terday that Germany la propared to
sacrlflco moro than a million men to
achieve hor objectivo on the western
Tho military and socialist leadors
ot Germany had an understanding be
fore tho drlvo began and the radicals
and socialists promlsod that thoy
would make no protests If tho num
bers of mon lost on tho westorh front
In the present drlvo did not oxeced
Tho military leadors gavo tholr
bledco that this figure, ono million
mon, would not bo oxeccded In losses,
but of lato thoy havo warned tho Ger
man nation that rocont fighting In tho
wost had exacted a frightful toll, thus
preparing them for tho oxcesslvo
casualty lists which will follow tho
Plcardy and Flandors .hattlos. It Is
bol loved that tho Ilgurea whoa mado
public, will bo above tho estimates
mado of "cannon foddor" which the
loaders promlsod to limit thomselves
Soldier TlinnkH Mrs. arcKonnoy.
As ovldonco that our soldlor boys
fully appreciate tho little glfta of com
fort Bent thorn, wo publish In part a
lotter received by Mrs. D. V- McKen
noy from Orvlllo D. Mooro at Camp
Today I received a holmet from you
through Frank Mncoinber and I am
trying to find words that will suitably
express my appreciation of your kind
ness to mo, a total stranger. It docs
mo moro good than I can ever toll you
to know that those at homo think
enough of tholr soldlor lads In train
ing camps and at tho battle front to
sond them such useful presonts as tho
.ono you havo boon kind enough to sond
If I ever got back to North Platto I
Blndoroly hopo I will havo tho pleasure
of meeting you and thanking you In
person for your kindness to mo- Novor
a day passes but that I think of dear
friends and loved ones back In good
old Nebraska, tho state that stands
back of tholr boys and makes their
long dreary days more endurablo and
comfortable. I, for ono, nm proud to
bo one of tho boys roprcsontliiB tho
moBt .patriotic state In tho Union,
"Where's the Broncho I can't Bust?" See
JACK PICKFORD and LOUISE HUFF in
"JACK AND JILL"
Jack wasn't what you would call an effete Easterner, but.
a Western Broncho was beyond him; so he tried a JFord
and he sure made the old "Fliver" rock.
And then after you get through laughing at that you
pan begin on
"THE ICEMAN'S BRIDE
a two reel Keystone comedy shown in addition to
I J. V,
Eaton . . .
Keith Theatre, Sat. April 20.
MAIN FLOOR 18c plus 2c, war tax 20c.
BALCONY 13c plus 2c, war tax 15c.
CHILDREN 10c plus lc, war tax 11c.
gQUHTy ftSHT OFFICE
Official Notices Information
A World Tragedy.
Two million. ArmonianB, Syrians,
Greoks and Jows havo perished In
,Blblo lands In tho last two years from
.massacre, asportation and starvation.
BERT BARBER. inure is sun m mis rogion two and a
Rain checks Woro available for ftH hair mill an homoless, destitute, starv.
WnnlcdLndlcH to look nt our now
lino of Breakfast SctH and House
Dresses. Tho Minn Taylor line.
First Lutheran Church.
Mornlnc worship at 8 530 o'clock,
subject "Tho Indwolllnjr Christ." Sun
day school at 12:30 ploaso note tho
ohnngo In tfmo. Evening worship at
8:1G o'clock with sermon, All norvlces
hold in Iho Episcopal church.
Strangors and frionds oro cordially
Invited to all scrvlcoa of tho church,
riioy aro i asrured a warm Ohrht'-m
Rev, C. Franklin Koch, Pastor'.
wo had a record breaker so far
nus spring alone provo3 thnt we havo
tho rlttht goods at tho right prices,
BLOCK'S of course.
Wo doslro to thank nolghbors and
frionds, tho B. of n. T. and tho Itoyal
.Neighbors and yard mon for tholr
Kinciy acts or assistance during tho 111.
noss nnd at tho funoral of tho late Mrs
Augusta ICofibau, nnd tho beautiful'
.Tho attoiulanco at tho carnival so
farthls week has not been vorv lnrco.
tho cool weathor kooplng down tho en-
tnuBiasm which might 6thorwiBo bo
OVJnood. Though thoro aro not n lnr-cn
numbor ot shows on tho ground, what
thero aro of them aro fcronouncod
cienn aim very good.
who vlBlted tho Experimental Statlorf
last Monday expecting to hear Mr.
Wells talk on posts annoying to llvo
stock. Howovor, except for Mr. wells,
thoro was no ctao thero. Considering
tho rain, this was ot course expoctod
by natives but It does seem a pity, for
somo of thoso visiting specialists may
got tho Idea that wo aro not used to
rain out horo.
This makes three fizzles and a
drlzzlo which tho .county agent so far
has boon ablo to stago In his efforts
to bring matorlal aid to tho .front door
of tho farmer. Tho drizzle was tho
best of all and wo hopo to keep In
touch with Mr. Wolls In caso wo may
havo occasion to use htm again as a
Mr. Wells did, howovor. drop somo
valuablo hints regarding a mow treat
ment of llco on poultry which cleans
them out with a single treatment. T,io
mothod Is Blmplo and ho demonstrated
It to mo so. that I am confident I can
pass It on and wll gladly do so upon
request of anyono Interested.
Just received another largo ship
ment of Coats and Suits from our
Now York rosldont buyor who has
succeeded In buying this lot at a
great cqnsesslon In price for spot
cash only, wo put them air on salo
whloh means a saving In prices on
each garment from $5.00 to $10.00.
No two garmotits alike at BLOCK'S.
I'rolcHlant Episcopal Services.
April 21st, 1918.
Third Sunday after Easter.
8:00 a, m. Holy Communion. 9:45 a.
m, Suml&y School, 11:00 a.m. Morn
ing Prayer and Sermon, 7:00 tp. m.
Evening Prayer and Address.
St, Paul's Chapel North Sido, 3:00
p. m. Sunday School.
Rov. Arthur Dittos Jones, Rector.
A wood proservor to bo used as you
uso creosoto, for preventing decay of
fonco posts, or nnythlng ot wood, May
bo used for troatlng chicken housos for
llco. Used as an cxtorlor paint for
silos. $0.25 per Barrel ot 50 gallons.
North Platto Light and Power Co.
lng people experiencing dally a living
death. Thoy havo beon driven from
their homos Into desort and destitute
places, loft penniless nnd often entire
ly naked, without food or shcltor.
Romonibor, thoso woro formerly In
dustrious, prosperous, nnd In the main
oducatod pooplo, bankers, morchants,
farmers, mechanics, laborers, doctors,
teachers, In short, peoplo Just like wo
Ono thousand, a day perished In tho
Lebainon and Damascus districts alone
last winter. It is tho tragedy of tho
In order that you may learn some
thing about those pooplo and what
thoy havo suffered In this war "to
make tho world safe for Domocracy"
tho mon whose signatures appear be
low aro requesting YOU to come to tho
Franklin auditorium next Monday
ovonlng, April 22nd, at 8 o'clock to
hear tho Rov. B. S. VarJo. a native of
that country and a graduato of Robert
College, Constantinople. Mr. VarJo,
Is. at present, the authorized ncent
of our state committee at Omaha, of
wnicn gov. Neville, formerly of North
l-mue, is a memoor.
In tho name of humanity, In the
namo of patriotism, In tho name of
ennstmnuy, wo urge, you to come out
and hear this message. It Is ono all
truo Americans should hear. Wo are
giving this meeting our heartiest ea
Signed: Rov. C. Franklin Koch. Rev.
T. A. Llndenmoyer,, Rov. B. A. Cram,
Rov. J. II. Curry, Rev. Arthur D.
.Toned, Rov. A. C. Hull, Henry Walte
math, Mayor, A. W. Shilling; Chhi.
t o, com., w. J. TJley, Earl Stamp
Bert Barbor, Co. Agr. Ascent. Ira L,.
Bare, Ed. Tribune, Rov. Patrick Mc-
F. Seeborger, F. C.
W. Q. Wilcox, Chas.
BUYERS OF THIRD
LIBERTY LOAN BONDS
Frank Lannln $100.00
G. W. Smith x. 200.00
Thomas Guthorloss 100.00
Erlck Jensen 100.00
Fred Lou 100.00
Miss Josophtno O'Hare 50.00
Notlco of involution of Co-Purtner.
Tho firm of Dloner & Kennedy, jLIIas, Anna O'Hnro ... .
dealers In Real Estato and Insuranco, ? R
Is this dnv ilndolvml. v. T ninnnr Loroy Prlco ..
as liquidating partnor, will sottlo all Uta- Alexander Allon 60.00
obligations of tho firm, nnd Is uuth- mnK' bmltu 50.00
orlzod to collect all claims. All parties Jf R' Basklns 50.00
knowing themselves lndotbed will i.3Ph Jedllcka
pleaso call at tholr office, fisrux uawnon .
Dowoy street, and mako settlement of TIioh. I. Dawnon
. - H !. I
samo. Dated April 18, 1918.
F. J. DIENER,
For A Money Crop
convert alfalfa forage into livestock
' "An ncre of good nlfalfn furnishes
twice as much protein (tho "lean of
tho meat) as a ton of bran, four Umos
as lunch as a. ton of corn meal, nln6
times us much as nn ncro of timothy."
Get your seed monoy here. Wo of.
for very llimnclul and banking aid to
tho fanners of tlds spctlon to lunko
Lincoln County crops beat nil past
Platte Valley State Bank
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Miss Marlon Lawson 100.00
Conrad G. Anderson 50.00
Mrs. C. G. Anderson 50.00
Forrest Grooloy 50.OO
J. W. VnnDornn- 100.00
A. Beyerlo 100.00
A. l' . Boolor 50.OO
uennis viahiotes 50.00
Robt. T. Mllos 150.00
Jno. N. Gogon
John Dugan , 100.00
Gust CIiItos 100.00
M. W. Kooloy
R, G. Inglo .
R. D. Wlso .
Frank Kelter 100.00
Paul It. Evans
C. E.' Melton 100.00
Eva B. Baker 50.OO
II. M. Porter 100.00
Chas. K. Shorwood 60.00
Mrs. Tlioo. Lowo, Jr 60.00
uavm Minslmll 50.OO
u. mci'-nrinnii 50.00
Jtniiroan employes Subscriptions.
lncso subscriptions como from
North Platto omployos of tho Wyoming
G. A. Cover 50.00
II. F. Wright 50.00
B. R. Fletcher 50.OO
R., D. Shnnor 100 00
A,- Hoyd 60.00
W. H. Egnn 50.00
W. C. Wright 50.00
C. W. Dor ram , 50.00
A. N. Solbert jjO.OO
J. J. Golden bo!oO
H. O. Williams moon
B. A. Ellas 100.00
u, m, L,awronco 100.00
B. E. Woodruff 100 00
J. W. Griffith bo.oO
II . N. Coburn 50.00
E- W. Miles BO.OO
A. S. Nollls 50.00
Harry Bondor 50.00
Russoll Sawyor 100 00
C. Wlllorton 50 00
V' S.now so.oo
G. I. Shaffor , BO.OO
Ii. h. Copoland 10o!oO
A. O. Swartout BO.OO
T. T. McCabo 50.00
C1 Yost , 100.00
M. M. Bucktell ..
Jcsso Fellows ....
Oliver Moody ....
Fred O. Bell
S. C. Moseraull..
II. S. Johnson ..
Claude Smlthey ..
S. Scott 100.00
A. Drako 100.00
T. Kelly ,"v 50.00
II. Shohonoy 100.00
C. Davis 50.00
A. Dowdall 100.00
M. Christ. 60.00
T. Batemnn 50.00
Geo. Hansen . lO'O.OO
B. F. Sunderland 50.00
J. L. Dick 100.00
J. E. Todd 50.00
C. A. Garman 50.00
F. J. Watts 100.00
E. M. Thompson 100.00
Bolvln Darrh 50.00
John Babott 50.00
D. K. Tarklngton 100.00
J. G. Guynan 50.00
Powors . .
I. Shaffer ...
E. Vaughn ..
W Campbell ,
E. Vernon ,
Vath ; ,
F. Bunnell .'...v..
, W. Cummfng 100.00
H. Shumway 50.00
R. Huff 100.00
A. Zentmoyer 100.00
L. II .
C. L. Howell .
O. Lllley ..
J. Snyder .
Duval . . .
These subscriptions como
North Platto employes of tho Nebraska
F. A. McFarland .
E. L, Hardenbrook
P. J. Naughton ...
W. J. Bachman ...
J, E. Rector
R. E. Anderson
J. D. Wolbach ...
G. H. Bacon
W. E. Booth
T. E. Pugh
E. R. Moulton
Orr Cummlngs 100.00
S. B. Besack v 100.00
Chas. Dav 60.00
C. H. Welch 50.00
Martin Mogensen 50.00
$2000.00 Bettio V. McJKenney (al
ditional) Goorgo Lon..
$1000,00 Ge,orgo McKain, Fred Fred
rickaon, $700, P. L. Wagner.
$000.00 J. K. Crow.
$530.00 Frank Mylandor, Fred Mc
Clymont. $500.00 G. T. Hollowayj Frank Eng
land. $300.00 James Wilson, Frank Facka,
$250.00 R. O. Bockus, F. M- Kusor.
Mrs. Ansel Peterson, P. W. Wilson, Wm.
C. Haasc, L. W. Heist,, Robert Niobcrt.
$200.00t Shos. Stebbins, M. C. Leth,
Aaron Bartholomew, F. M. Kusor,, Johu
Buckley, G. W. Dienor,, Marion II.
Evans, T. G. Rowley,- ,
$150.00 Josso Highbcrger, Jos. Gam
ble, Edmund Dickey,.
$100.00 E. M. Holcombo, W. R. Mct
tin, C. F. Lucas, E. L. Funk, Arthur
Know, Joss Walkor, F. W- Laughlin, L.
W. Troupo, A. E. Brown, Bruco Eshom,
C, J. II. Brand,. Arthur McKoo, Herman
Schloutor, W. M. Anderson, ncob Dow
bower, Earl Stamp, O. C. Long, Mrs.
A'. Boyorle, Jesse Lnnsr, Y. A. Hinman,
R- C. Worlnnd, Lucien J. Dean, Julius
'Ilogn,, Oda Roborts, Louis Rofoir, Mrs.
Lillio M. Richards, Carl Sonneman,, I.
J. Bartholomew, C. E. McLano, W. O.
Fowlor, R. V. McMastors,, A. J. Glade,
R. R. Boatty, Wm. Hito, C- J. Porkins,
Harry B. York, J. E. Johnson, B. B.
Boatman, J. L. Sinclair, Wm. Curtis,
Poto Miller, W. R. St. Gormnln, W.
W. While, W. O Laeornu, Win. Taylor,
$30.00 Henry J. Gomblc, Harold
Brooks, C. O. Hutchinson, Artlmr.Gregg
Alvln Johnston, . C. Johnston, G. J.
Hnnso, G. W. Dlonor, Frod Diohl, Earl
W. Dlonor, Cora M. Brown, Bollo Edmls
ten, Wn. Allboo, I- J.- Jowuip, Isnbol
Dornn, Albert Schlientz, Wm. M.
Welch, J. F. Lltsoy, Ellon Dick, Jno.
Wofdey , Crnnior, Archlo Fennoll, J. H.
Fisher, W. W. Gntos, C. Rasmusson, Geo
Licss, J. D. Peaso, J. E. Schram, E- S.
Fromnn, Geo. Rohrbncher, W. T. Ball
ard, W. E. Downs, L. E. Rowley, N.
E. Loudon, Jamos Hays, D. B. Loudon,
Clans Andorson, W- n. Buckley, L. M.
Cochran, Martha B. Klenk, T. G. Mil
lot, Mrs. L. M. Norton, Mrs. J. E.
Smith, F. B. Wheoler, D. G. Tibbols,
Wm, F. Nigliolaa, Mrs. A. W. Brown,
Frank Powers, Wm. Montgomery, Hor
man Johnsan, William Sonnormnn, lif
ford Matson, Mrs. M. Post,, Elmer 8.
Clements, A. F. Sodorman,, Mrs. Fannlo
McGrow, E. R. Stvits, R, A. Rhodor,
Androw Lymber, Frank L. JTontgomory,
Geo. Anderson, R- E. Banks, Jnmss B.
Alleuder, John Snndnll, Anna Tollllon,
Wm. Bernnuror, E. A. Surber, W. T,
Alder, Troas. Asa Snydor, R. E. Han
son, Elmer Cliaffeo, n. L. Fletcher,
Frank ft. Cantroll, William M. Trimo
ley. J. B. Jeter, Earl Lambort, II- B.
Wilson, 0. L. Goodsoll, II. C. Ppvey,
J. A. Waddick Frank Gessol, .J. R.
New, A. )?'. Erickson, L. C. Hartfinn,
E. D. Wostphal, Arthur Blrk, C R.
Crouse, John Lincoln, n. A. Bybee. W.
H. Stcgall, Chaa. E. Ell, M. W. Ri,8,
Harry B Hart, Jns. E. Millor, W. JJ.
BrbiiHt, Frank Olcottj-A. F. Gdrlo, L.
J. Mllos, W. F. Bhtcd, Wayno' Kelly,
W. A. Loftds, O. F. Smith, Ray W.
Hutton, J. F. Emzminger, J. P, Roborta
D. A. Harden, -Geo A. Austin, E. C.
Jenncman,, W. L. Thompson, Chas. E.
Isn t it almost a 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.
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