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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1918)
Just arrived direct from New York manufacturer. Their entire line of most clever Coats.
Bought for spot cash, which means a saving to you at from $3 to $9 on any Coat you buy.
SAVE $3.00 to $9.00 on your Coat and select one
now during the sale of New Youk manufactures
entire sample line of Clever Coats.
BOUGHT for cash of New York manufacturer of
Women's Coats. The entire line on sale. No
All the exclusive styles and
charming models are featur
ed in our collection." Its im
possible to duplicate these
styles and values.
SEE TIIE3I AT
1.00, 2.00, $2.
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stono Drug
Tho children's price at the Crystal
Saturday Matinoo hereafter will bo 5
cents with tho 1 cent war taj'added
making tho matinee price for children
For Salo Twenty dollars will buy
a good second hand lister. Inquire
of J. I. Smith, 203 West Second- tf
Lem Bally has purchased eighty
acres of tho Wallace ranch near Bird
wood. This tract lies Just wost of tho
Koclcen gr'ovo and is all under Irriga
tion. Tho price 'paid was soventy-flve
dollars an acre.
Human hair switches $10 valuo at
$5.60. Coates Eeauty Parlod, Mc
Donald Bank Building. ,
Volunteors aro wanted In tho U. S.
navy reserves at a pay of $35.90 per
month. Tills branch of tho servico Is
open to men who havo been drafted,
but they must securo a release from
tho local exemption board.
Wanted to Buy Several Bmall cal
ves. Inquire at or address 720 east
Fifth street, City. 20-10
Tho patriotic some "Freedom for All
Forevor," written by W. B. Bock, of
Omaha, at ono tlmo a resident of this
city, is making a big hit everywhere.
At tho Great Lakos training station It
is a favorlto of Sousa's band of COO
Asparagus plants; green onion
stocks. North Platte Floral Company.
Several laborers wero placed on
farmB by County Agent Barber during
tho past week. Mr. Barber says "a
great many more farmers might bo
supplied with help at this tlmo if thoy
would hut make their wants known at
Dr. Morrill, DeatlM.
llT Are You TrouMedWith If
J HEADACHES SORE EYES 7
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pffl EYEACHE " "L BAD VISION W
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the light hurting your eyes, if so see our Optome-
M trist. WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES. K
f HARRY' DIXON & SON. h
Made to sell at
and up to $15 on sale
Sample Coat Sale
Made to sell at
and up to $20 on Sale
It's certainly an opportunity to save
This morning again an
other great line of Pattern
Hats arrived and placed on
SAVE MONEY AND BUY
YOUR HAT HERE.
'I have a large assortment of NEW
hats to sell for $4.00 and $5.00, - These
aro not sale prices, thoy are new hats
to be sold at these figures. VILLA
WHITTAKER, Millinery Department
at Blocks 2nd floor.
Christian Science service Sunday at
11 a. m., Sunday school 12 noon. Wed
nesday evening meetings 8 p. m., Build
ing ,and Loan building. Room 25.
J. It. White and Henry Fulk, who
wero down from Sutherland yesterday
said the wheat fields have Improved
wonderfully since tho rain of the early
part of tho week. Mr. White stated
that his wheat looks as well now as
it did in Juno last year.
Miss M. Sieman, steam baths and
Swedish Massage, ladles and gentle
men. Phone 897. Brodbeck bldg. 85tf
The Ford Motor Co. has closed its
doors to all visitors, doing so because
it Is a rigid rule- of tho government to
exclude visitors from plants whoro
work for tho govennmnt is in progress,
and tho Ford factory as you know, Is
building a submarine chaser oaqh day
of tho week.
For Salo Elm trees about threo
feet high. Call on Mrs. C. I. Lowis at
east ond of C. street. 27-2
For Sale Rooming house, excollont
opportunity for man and wifo, 20
rooms, modern, everything nearly new.
Am turning away (people most overy
day on, account of patronage. Terms
very reasonable. Good reason for sell
ing. For further information call or
address Box 125, McCawloy House,
Seneca, Neb. 28-4
The Adams Chiclet Company has
wlthn tho past year enabled tho Red
Cross societies over tho country to
swell their treasurers with $5,000
from tho sales of gum such as tho
Red Cross staged last Friday
Through R. R. Dickey a salesman for
tho Adams Co. was sent here who
directed tho salo of tho gum for the
For Rent Good work shop opposite
Owl Cafe, 218 E. Cth. Phono Black
140 or call at 610 E. 5th. 27-2
Tho Woman's Foreign Relief work-
ors met Wednesday afternoon at tho
home or Mrs. Miscko on west uth.
There wero eighteen present and In
tho past two meetings thoy havo made
and completed six baby layottes . Juno
Perkins entertained the ladles by giv-
ing her four minuto speech on War
Savings Stamps. The next meotlng
will bo held at the home of Mrs. C
Women will be gratified
DRY GOODS-WOMEN'S READY
ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY
GEH3IAK LOSSES CONTINUE
HEAVY ON ALL SECTOltS.
Tho German assaults on both the
Prenlh and British lines during tho
past threo days have, In tho main,
been unsuccessful and havo resulted
In frightful losses to the Germans,
While the enemy has gained some I
ground, thoir success has counted but
llttlo. Ground taken by them Wed
nesday on tho French line, was re
taken by the French yesterday, and
the saino proved true at points on tho
British lino. The Germans continue
their advance in waves, but tho fire
of the French and British is so terrific
.that it cannot bo withstood, and
the waves of men either melt In death"!
or aro forced to retire.
While the struggle surges back and
forth, and tho result cannot bo fore
seen, both the French and British aro
confident that tho lines can bo hold,
and each German attack launched
means a greater loss of man power to
the Germans than to the allies, ,
American troops have taken over
the control of no man's land on tho
Lorraine sector, but as yet have en
countered no resistance to their ex
300 spring Coats to choose your now
spring Coat from at this store at
prices positively the lowest in the city.
All we ask is comparison and you are
sure to buy your Coat at BLOCK'S.
Tho Cheyenne Tribune of last Mon
day contained tho following write-up
of the wedding of Lieut. Ray Tlgho
of this1 city and Miss Zlta Wnrlau-
mont of Cheyenne:
In St. Mary's cathedral, thoro took
place this morning at 9 o'clock, the
marriage of Miss Zita Mario Warlau
mont tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P,
II. Warlaumont of Cheyenne to Lieut
enant Raymond C. Tigho. son of Mr,
and Mrs. John Tigho of North Platte,
Neb., adjutant in the school of technic
al training at Talliaforro field, Fort
Worth, Texas. The Rev. Father James
Hartman, rector of the parish per
formed tho ceremony. Miss Alborta
Wtrlaumont was hor slsljjr tonly
attendant and Leo TIghe, of North
Platte, was his brother's best man.
Tho bride's gown was a becoming
tailored suit t of Rooky brown. She
wore a lage wjiito plcturo hat and a
corsage boquet of brido's roses and
white sweet peas. Tho dainty hand
kerchief carried by tho charming
brldo was a cob wobby handmado af
fair received yestorday from Franco,
and was tho wedding gift of Liout.
Harry B. Henderson, Jr., of teh Unit
ed Statos field artillery, now on tho
battlo front with tho American ex
Following tho nuptial mass a wed
ding breakfast was served at tho homo
of tho brido's parpnts, 215 W. 27th
st. with covers laid for the limmediato
bridal party only.
Lloutonant Tlgho and his brldo do
parted this afternoon for Forth Worth
whoro quarters havo been assigned
them at Talliaforro field. Thoy will
stop a few days In Denver on tho route
south. Among tho out of town guests
at tho wedding wero Mr. and Mrs.
John Tigho, parents of, tho groom,
Leo Tigho, brother Qf the groom, Ray
mond Frizior, of Laramie, Mrs. Wil
fred Stuart of Lexington, Neb and
Mr. and Mrs. William Hubbard and
daughter MIsh Ireno of North Platte.
Seo tho now Millinery Just received
at WILCOX DEPT. STORE.
Loan Subscriptions Unsatisfactory.
Washington, April 18 Now sub
scriptions of $107,000,000 reported to
tho Treasury today sent the total Lib
erty loan pledges ovor the billion
mark to $1,059,000.
"This figure," said tho treasury
statement, "while encouraging, is un
satisfactory to tho Liberty Joan com
mittees. The daily averago still is
short of what It should he If tho
$3,000,000,000 quota mark sot for the
country as a minimum Is reached ol
' Made to sell at
and up to $25 on Sale
A money saving event
Made to sell at
and up to $35 on Sale
Styles up to the minuto
TO WEAR - CLOTHING - SHOES
HEELER APPOINTED 3LVNAGEII '
FEDEHAL LAUOIt DUJtEAU.
Frank Beelor, receiver of tho U. S.
land olfico, has been appointed man
ager ol tho fodoral albor bureau
j which will bo established In this city,
land will assume his duties as soon as
tho details aro arranged, no accepts
this position without relinquishing his
duties as receiver of tho land office,
tho latter duties requiring but a more
fraction of his time, and the duties of
of both offices. can easily bo perform
ed by him.
Tho object of tho labor bureau is
to bring tho laborer to tho Job or tho
Job to tho laboror, In other words to
equalize the labor situation. If in ono
section there Is a surplus and In an
other a doflclt, tho opposite conditions
aro equalized by exportation of tho
surplus Into tho section where tho do
Mr. Beoler will havo charge of a
district' that covors a good ipart of
Thoso in need of labor should fllo
their applications with Mnnager Beol
or and ho will soon bo ready to at
least make an attempt to securo tho
class of mon needed.
Good News to Mothers!
Wo havo added on an now Infant
Wear Department, everything for tho
Baby to wear from head to foot, long
coats, short coats, long dressosi short
drosses, knitted socks, booties, Bon
nots. hats, eto. Main Floor BLOCK'S
Children's Drosses in Ginghams and
Percales, In the most beautiful stylos
over produced, sizes 2 to 14, prices
75c to $4.98 2d Floor BLOCK'S.
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Gas Store and Majestic range in
good condition for salo. Call at 520
E. 5th or Phono Red 898.
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Christian Church Services.
Beglnniug promptly at 9:b5 o'clock
on Lord's day, April 21st tho Bible
School classes will devote 45 minutes
to class work. Tho sorvico of worship
and communion will follow. Tho
1 morning sermon will bo on tho thome:
"AVhat Wo Owe and How to Pay It."
At 3:00 o'clock tho Junior Endeavorors
will meet. At 8:00 o'clock tho evening
worship and sermon. Tho tome of
tho night sormon will be "Question
able Amusoments." Thoro will bo
special music at this servico. All are
cordially Invited and strang'ers and
visitors in tho tity aro kindly wol
coino to attend these services.
T. A. Llndonmeyer, Minister.
500 now Silk Petticoats in all tho
wanted spring shades to match your
Suit or Gown, in Taffetas or Silk
JerBoys, $2.50 to $12.50 at BLOCK'S.
Help tho Hon.
I will say to thoso who havo hona to
Bo sure you- feed a balanced ration
Feed thom wholo wheat, It will pay
It suro makos them lay how many
If you want two eggs a day from each
Feed them sprouted oats with some
meat scraps In.
Got all tho hons you can, you will
novor ruo it;
Furnish millions of eggs you beat tho
Kaiser to It
Thoso aro war times you know, lot us
do our sharo,
Feed tho hen to lay, so wo havo eggs
To ship to our soldier boys who are
now In Franco;
Two oggs each meal would surely
make thom dance.
Wo havo peonios and phlox. Plant
thorn now. North Platte Floral Co.
Phono 1023. tf
Ford Touring car, 1910 model, first
class condition. Owner leaving city.
Inquire 409 W. Third. 20-4
. ' 3010 1V
Pine tailored Suits in styles
and color that will appeal to
you at price you wish to pay
SPECIAL SUITS ARE NOW
14.6S, 17.85, 19.65,
524.65 and up
Cotton seed Cake and
and winter rape seed.
Blatchford's Calf and Pig MealEgg and Milk
Mash. , .
Crushed, block and lump Rock Salt, sulphurized
block, granulated and Ice Cream Salt, Oyster Shell,
. Chick Food,' Baled Hay and Alfalfa Hay. ;
Alfalfa Meal, Shorts, Bran, Chop and Corn.
Also Apples at $1.25 per box.
R . N. LAMB
PHONE 67. ,
Before buying a car be sure to see me as I have a niunuer
of cars almost as good as new, which I will sell at a
bargain. - These cars are not old broken down junk, but
cars which will stand close inspection and will saye you
monoy. Would be pleased to havo you call and see theso
A. M. BLTJ1V1E
FIRST CLASS CAR PAINTING.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Physician, Surgeon, Obstetrician. X-Ray.
For your comfort and accommodation The Nurse Brown
Memorial Homeopathic Hospital. Homeopathic medicine for
acute and 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 have sold tho garago am doing auto livery from the North SIdo
Barn.. Bay or Night Telephone SO, We eiako a specialty ef ddrcs to
sales all over tho county at tho rate- of fire cents por salle per person.
Those who bare sales throughout tho country please let Me know.
Also a fevr cars for sale. Night Call Bed 632.
With our hand always on
the pulse of Fashion We
show Dresses that posses real
novelty and, have the atmos
phero that appeals to your
SEE THEM AT
7.45, 9.85, $14.65
Meal, Cane Seed, Alfalfa
818 North Locust St.
ITS LIKE FINDING MONEY
to ho offered such fluo prices as ours
for your llvo stock. Coino and got
your shnro before others gobblo It up.,
Tho more llvo stock you sell us tho
greater your profit will be.
LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTON
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