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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1918)
This paper has enlisted
jvith the government in the
cause of America for the
period of the war
The purchasing of Liberty Bonds Is
ft patriotic duty imd should represent
savings and tlio ability to Invest. They
should not be offered for tlio satisfac
tion of obligations unless absolutely
Let us have no frenzy In placing
in nllllllllf T.tlint.. I inn T ... lln lint
sell an Individual beyond bis means. I
Let us have no como bucks which will
Tlio National Committee of Patri
otic Societies, Washington, D. C, Is
offering u $50 Liberty Uontl for a
prize essay on "There should bo a
bond In every home." This contest
Is open to high schools which put on a
campaign for tho sale of Liberty
BUYERS OF THIRD
i LIBERTY LOAN BONDS
H. W. DJorklund
A. A. Elliott
tho coining Liberty
Is 'Tour share Is
f ly Mdy Bought He a Government Bond.
THIRD LIBERTY LOAN
Alio iiKencss of some llttlo blonde
American child, whose IdenMiv l tint
revealed, will appear on a half million
posters throughout the country during
tho Third Liberty Loan campaign.
She clasps n Liberty Bond In her
two hands mid proudly proclaims
that her "Daddy" has bought her n
Government security. The poster Is
considered by art authorities to bo
one of the best of a child variety that
lias been produced In any of the gov
ernmental publicity campaigns slnco
tno war stnrted.
A. E. TImtnorman IG00.00
Miss Ruby McMlchael 500.00
C. T. Whelan 500.00
John Fowler 400.00
Adam Sonsol 40000
Jno. J. Mclvaln 300.00
W. W. Hunter 350.00
H. M. Grimes 25000
Louis Grulke 250.00
Harcourt Clothing Co 200.00
Owon Jones ' 20000
T. J. Kerr 200.00
O. L, Watkius 200.00
Honry Schott 20000
William Hubbard G00.no
W. W. Watklns ... ir,o.on
Lostor Adams 100.00
A. F. Fink 100.00
W. J. Hcndy 100.00
Collins Bros. 100.00
Ed Kicrlg 100.00
Goo. B. Single 1DO0O
BonJ. A. Cram : 100.00
John H. Boylo ...... 100.00
Lloyd Lloyd 100.00
Wm. M. Pell : 100.00
C. S. Bethel 100.00
Kathorlno F. Clark 100.00
N. A. Davis 100.00
H. V. Rlckley 100.00
C. S. Calhoun loo.on
Elizabeth Wlnans 100.00
Eliza McWllUama I00.no
John C. Strahorn ." 100.00
J. Southall 100.00
Curt Hinman 100.00
Jennie Hinman 100.00
Dr, A. L. Lane 100.00
Jos. K. Browning 100.00
ueo. E. Jackman
Hans A. Johnson
Oscar J. Bronson
Louis Jergcnsen ...
Alva E. Baker
Honry Ellas .......
W. J. Wright
Wm. E. Scharmann
John N. Baker ...
Hiram G. Noer ....
Paul Bretzor 100.00
Bort JonoB 50.00
rrnnK Hobart ,
Mrs. Margaret Taylor
R. L. Helnzlo
M. J. Walsh
Clay. C. Small
Vaunlta Hayes 100 00
.Tesslo Babbitt 100.00
aonn ii. Forsytho bo.OO
Rubin Carter 100.00
Fred Weesnor innnn
Every mnn who buys n third Lib
erty Bond wants to do his part, but
.he 'does not want to muko good tho
deficiency of u financial slacker.
Tho National Credit Men's Associa
tion ndvlses strongly against .tho ac
ceptance of Liberty Loan bonds for
tho payment of obligations and offer
ing them on the open market.
Every man, woman and child, who
can purchase Liberty Loan bonds
from savings should do so in order
that the banks will not have to tlo
up too large a portion of their loan- j
able funds which would cnuso busi
Let business men ponder seriously
nnd prevent the embarrassment which
will follow If tho coming Liberty
Loan Is not placed with all tho people.
United States 4 per cent bonds In
3001 brought 180 on tho stock
market. Liberty Loan bonds will
sell abovo par us booh as tho war Is
No United States bondholder has
over lost a cent of principal or lntor
ost except those who voluntarily have
taken losses by selling their bonds In
it period of . temporary prlco depres
sion. Ono hundred cents on tho . dollar,
principal and Interest, has the United
States always paid Its bondholders. 1
nnd always will.
The coming Liberty Loan plans arc
being delayed by Congress, which Is
proceeding In n very leisurely way in
n tlmo of stress. If Congress would
only do quickly whatever It la going
to do, then tho Treasury could also
get on with Its task,
Tho banks of tlio United States
could float tho coming Liberty Loan
In n minute, but tho result would
wreck our financial system and provo
u nutlonnl calamity. The pooplo must
help In tho task.
Miss Anna KowalskI
Mrs. Annlo Shea ,
S. L. Hollenbeck
Mrs. Elsie P. Gorrard ..,
Alvin W. Hughes
J. H. Ross
Frank Gessol -
Airs. Maudo M. Hendv ..
Jamos A. Adams
Mary LaPlant 3 ..
E. B. Camp
Mrs. Herman Sonnemann
O. R. Hess
Albert Kilmer ...
E. C Bclden ....
A. R Belden ....
Lawrence Frye . .
Wm. D. Adnmson
V. C. Chrlstensen
Touls Hnlvas, ...
H. L. Calemls ..
Alex. Douglas 500.00
rniei Amooias 50 00
John Christ 20000
Petor Marras 50 00
Chas. F. Eriokson 50 00
John Tamson B0 00
John J. DeRolf 100 00
Nick Pikoulas ...... onn nft
"HALT THE HUNI"
C -a . t
"no ot uio strongest posters to bo
used In tho third Liberty Loan cam
paign is entitled "Halt the Hun." It
was drawn by Henry Raleigh. Five
iiunureu thousund of these posters, In
six colors, have been prepared for ills-
irinution. The composition nnd color
ings ure very striking, all of tho llg
ures being in black crayon set agalnt
n buff background, which Is streaked
wun names of lurid red. Tho
ful appeal "Halt the Hun"
forth in strong red lettering.
Tho millionaires of America might
purchase from their available cash
ono billion dollars .worth of Liberty
Bonds, but nobody but thu American
pooplo llH H Bront b0(Jy C(m lloat th0
coining Liberty Loan.
Back of the 250 billion dollars of
our national resources stands tho
rugged honesty of Amorlca. Liberty
Loan bonds are the safest security in
It is for tlio people to lend their
Government tho amount of money it
iiueus aim uiko as security tho host
nnd soundest ilnonclal paper that has
ever been Issued by any government.
If tho Government can take our
boys, our products, our industries nnd
our railroads, it can tako our money;
but never lot it bo said thnt it was
necessary to conscript wealth to win
- All honor Is duo tho splendid serv
ices of the many Llborty Loan work
ers In thovstato of Nobraska who uro
donutlng their services to tho Gov
urnmont. They should receive tho
u.l cooperation of nil tho people in
tho performance of, tho tusk sot bo
The women of Nebraska will tako
im Important part in tho work of
Helling t,lp , third Llborty Loan bonds.
"FIGHT OR BUY BONDS."
A modernized spirit of victory bear-
"K mi American ting and towering de.
ivumiiuuiy noovo advancing columns
of American troops is the dominant
Iguro of a poster design contributed
- ummuiur wnnsiy ror use
mint Liberty Loan cam
palgn. One million posters of this do
""Hit, hi eigm colors and two sizes
have been lithographed for general
distribution. Art critics declare that
unrisiy lms risen to new heights In
endowing this painting with the spirit
of freedom nnd victory.
the $-power, behind tho man
. Every hoarded dollar In America
U rilMtly,(worklng fctf tho katsor.
METHODIST MINISTER SWEARS
One of tho oldest and most con
sorvotlvo Methodist ministers In tho
state of Nobraska, while speaking us
a four-mlnuto man at a picture house
ended by saying; "Ana wo wl bury
tho damn kaiser face dowm In hell t"
Arid tho nudlenco cheered the state
Burton W. Lambert (Additional) 50.00
uauio u. Davidson ,
Mrs. Hattlo Wilson .
Mrs. Delia Kosbau ..
Mrs. S. M. Soudor
Chas. E. Wilson ..
Roy F. Cotteroll
Conrad Walker ....
Mary A. Klenk
F. M. Elliott
John Connor , .
E. H. Huntor
R. M. Huntor
W. W. Brannon
W. J. Stuart
Floyd W. Jones
Goo. P. Smith
Virgil C. Fowlor
S. W. McDormott
Mrs. Li. Rt Duke
Efflo E. Durbin
Mrs. H. C. Gulbrandsen
Horace E. Crosbv
Frank J. McGovorn ......
Floronco Antonldlos .....
Lewis E. Hastings
Sam Hopkins ...
Tom Muchiinskl .
Charley Ward ...
Frank Moore ....
Richard Owens .
Tom Lymber ....
Michalo Gleeson .
Wm. E. Gregory
D. M. Tatom ...
Wm. C. Coleman
Christ Legas 10ooo
Francis O'Connelt 50.00
A. SImonson ... 5000
i-Bior uotonig 200.00
x-. r . mouvoy 50 00
Geo. E. Vinar 5000
Tom Chorls . . . , 5000
Theo. Tottonhoff 50,00
v . uanaea 100 00
Geo. E. Wilson BO'oo
Thos. Bekos.. 5000
Adam Daglis . 500
Jas. Loftorls coon
Ge- daglis gjj
Jos. h. Donegan 50.00
Carl Gerle 50qQ
Fred Oulmette 50'0q
Chas. J. Krowartz 50 0O
Gurdon B, Crippen 5000
Frank Shields 5000
Peter Johnson cn'nn
Hans C. Johnson 50,00
F. Kanazawa mn'nn
-., . xuu.uu
Meat Animnls Increase.
Reports based on figures from the
Department of Agriculture Bhow that
January 1, 1918, tho number of meat
animals In tho United States was
greater by nioro than 6,000,000 head
than it was January 1, 1917. Tho num
bor of Inspections for slaughter In
dlcato a decrcaso In consumption.
tho summary snows the total num
ber of cattle In the United States
January 1, 1918, was 66.830.000. an In
crease of 1,247,000 head over tho samo
day tho year boforo. Hogs Increased
3,781,000 head, or 6.7 per cent. The
Incroaso In sheep was 1,284,000 head,
or a.- per cent.
1 1 ; ;or '.I
To cleanse tho blood, strencthon
tho kldnoys and regulate tho stomach
liver and bowols, Prickly Ash Bitters
is a remedy that has proved its worth.
It promotes activity in bodv and brain.
Price $1.25 per bottle. Rinckor Book
& Drug Store. Sneclal Agents.
Office phone 241. Rea. phont, 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
One Halt Block North oi Pnsloflice.
A modern institution for the
rciantlfic treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement can eg.
Complexly equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lacas, M. D.
J.B.Redfield,M.D.J.S. SIMMS, M.D.
"Looks Like Itnln this MornlnV
"l-C-S but I think it's inennt fnr
is a " w w I
. .O-n-T, VOU man With lllo ivrr fnrn
Don't blanio the wife- Dnn'f.' Ill n 111 n I
60.00 i" cohoc. JJOirt Diamo (ho pot. Tlioy
B0.00'cnn t help It!
..Uood coffco nlwnys six cupg for lc
numi 01 curreur. u s worth it. Tlio
cheapest coffco In n good Electric
Percolator will nmko a betfer brow
uiHii uio oest you can buy In an old
- A. a m rm -
101 1UCKI ICS but trot n irnnil tia
1. . " "
"U 1111 10 brUO(l 1UCK.
$10 per TON for
$14 per TON for
Clean Cast Iron
Wo buy all kinds of
Junk and Hides
NORTH PLATTE LIGHT
& POWER CO.
Geo. Easton 50.00
vu ivmmmori Rfi nn
Frank Smith gOOO
Jos. E. Qulnn .- IrirtAA
- 7 xuvtvu
J. B. BEDlPEELl).
PHYSICIAN & SUHGEON
Drs. Rodfleld & Rodfleld
PHYSICIAN &JSUHOEONS HOSPITAL
umce rnone 64Z Res, Phone 67
DOCTOB D. T. QUIOLEX.
Practice Limited to
Surgery nnd Kndluin Thorapj
728 City National Bank Bulldlnir.
DARK DAPPLE GRAY
Will make tlio season of mis nt bit
place fivo miles east of Hershey and
seven miles west of North Platte on
tho Lincoln Highway
F. Schwalcor mono
A. Ward ..
B. Baldwin ..,
F. Bookvvalter .
C. M. Hall
O. II. Willorton
E. M. Schatz
Ray Lantz 100.00
Alfred Peck innnn
G. J. Miller r,ono
J. II. G, Chamberlain 50.00
W. L. Raskins 50.00
E. L. Robinson innnn
W, II. LoDIoyt 100.00
Seoloy A. Baker
E. S. Strand
Chas. Miller ....
F. R. Drake ....
Edward Stewart .
Chas. 0. Parsons
John O'Nell '
5lX-I8 - 50;o5
inn. vveeKS ....
Thos. Thomas ...
Paul A. GuIUlaumo
J. R. Carroll
D. A. RUSSell mn"n
Orvlllo Roso . , B0 0q
Rlchnrd J. Carroll ' 5000
Gust Charles 5000
Chas. Prederlcey ', 5000
rugar jm. unapman ...
H. P. CiabaiiBh
Everett C. Smith
Geo. D, Richards
Herman D. Timmer ...
Bert M. By rant
Ed. J. Elsasser
J. McGraw (additional)
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building
North Platte, Nebraska.
The Artifical Ice and
Cold Storage Co.
THIS Stallion lias TIUKSAiI t!m nrnmA. M
Inatloif rcnnlrcd bv tho irnYernmnntNv-. i
and was pronounced ncarlr Berfixt.
. M v
TERMS--J12.00 to insure livlnir
colt to stand and suck. In case mare
Is disposed' of, fee becomes due at
once. Will not be resnonsible for ac.
Chas. L Leypoldt.
Willi make tho season of 1918 as fol
lows: Tuesdays, Thnsdays and Satur
days at the Mogensen Feed nnd Sale
Barn, North Platte, Neb., beginning
Balnnco of tho week, except Sunday,
nt my farm six mllns west nf lVnrti.
1 k 1 J 4 1 A n ,m il'M
puniuD An j j "u xnrco-iourtns or a mile f
rllUNE 40 and your orders southeast of Birdwood switcii.
Announces thnt it is prepnrod to fur
nlsh all consumers with DEEP WELL
will be Promptly Filled.
O. A. Ellis
J. D. Cox
E. J. Burko , . . .
G. E. Stearns ..
F. B. Flint ....
G. H. Duke ....
H. J. Suolilson
J. RasmiiBson . .
T. G. Thomnson
L. L. Grcono 100 00
M. J. TroKO cn'nn
M. II. Attoborry 50;00
F. v. Roddy 60.00
11. if , Kelly r.nnn
Lomuel Stoolo inn'nn
J E. Dorcoy 60.oo
Elmer Dowhower mnnn
Wm, Rector ' nn'nn
Leo Crltchflolil onn'nn
John II. Day 10o.00
Chozo Kumacni rn nn
Samuol Work m
Win, Dowhower " 50 00
Gonnal OKlhara ' inn no
B. B. Schott . 1 ' X
O. F. Pnnnor ka'aa
Wm. J , Minor, BO.OO '
A. O. Artz rnftn
Emil W, Erickson- '" cXnX'
W -r.-.-. UU.UU,
v . vi. tsucKnor , 50 00
Herman Sagassor 50 00
P. B. Yournr eo.'oo
Leonard J. Kokjohn 100 00
H . F. Doubortv rnnn
Robert Sullivan 'm 10o.OO
John II. Rooves .roqo
Rtovo Pa-oau ; B0 00
M Z?rc R0 00
Mftr.y p,1,1?8 ro:oo
John 1 Allen 5000
-l 1 V. .'
best hnlnil Alfoic.
Prntrlo hay, mixed Chickon tnoA Onr.
Oats. Snoltz. Alfnlfn moni V
meal. Cotton cako. and Corn Kluten
call 99. LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTOnI
1 40,000 Officers Needed.
I Major Gonoral Leonard WoodTTuTt
homo from an inspection in KYnn
5n nnnth Un,ifd Statos must "avo
40,000 moro officers for tho drafts yet
'Tor iinlc at the oHIce of
LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTON.
Rvery pencil will dehorn 50 calves
from 10 1uh to 10 months old for
P1.0O. A profit of fS.OO for nny cnlf It
mils to Ucliorn.
Call nt the olTlcc nud get one.
NABOB was foiled Mav 24. 1913.
and Imported wftth Oils mother hv
North &' Robinson, of Grand Island,
in July, 1913. Was bred by M. De3
proz, Department of Orne. In France.
This horse weighs 1780, is clean and
sound in overy particular, and is as
good as you will find anywhere.
Wo invito you to come and rpo this
'w? m,US,t.xlmvoJ off,crB General
Wood said. "I tun In favor of openinjr
now officers' training camps at once
and making tho course ono of six
months instead threo. Then.too, we
must have older men, say from 35 to
40, for our officer material."
General Wood oxprossed tho belief
that tho allios would be able to hold
tho Gormans, but assorted that it was
imperativo America sond men quickly
At present," ho said, "it is a ques-
but not tho shina to somi J
I Ho doprocatod tlio idea that tlio war
.,. uo u, snort one ana added "Wo
aro facing a people who are all of-
... iBiii, uu poworiui in tho art of war.
.Until wo can faco them on equal
i v"" w cannot turn tho tide. Wo
(havo only begun to draft our man
. imnor. inn (lrartfl In thn f,itn iit
i . , w" w M H U Will
bo larger and larger and wo might
as woll pre'paro ourselves for it."
i,A "aye,iom rogulator" Is a mediclno
that purlOos and strengthens tho Hvor.
kldnnyB, stomach and bowols. Prickly
Ash Blttors Is ono of tho best of thoso.
LlTOa m unoalthy conditions,
promotos activity of body and brain.
3i-8 5,od a,PP"to. , sound Bleep
and choorful spirits. Price $1.26 per
ni..;rIUncor ' Book & DruS Store,
BEBBYBEBRY & FOBBES,
Undertakers and Funoral Directors
Day Phono 234.
Night Phono Black 538.
AH Binds of Hemstltcldne; Bone.
Singer Sowing Machine CoV
Js Block north of Post Office.
North Platte, Nebraska.
PLATTE VALLEY MOUNMENTAL
uranito mid marblo headstones. Tho
oiuy snon in mo city. Equipped with
pneumatic machinery. Lettering neat-
ij uuuu. ah worn guaranteed.
WO OB Q ATE & ABERNATHY.
torner 7tn nnd Locust, North Pattc.
Jfotlco of Petiton.
istato No,k(... of Frederick Heln,
uecuuseu m mo county court of Lin
coln county, Nobraska,
Tho stato of Nobraska, to all persons
interested In said Estate tako notice
that a petition has ben filed for tho
probato or the will of the deceased and
for tho nppointmont of Fred W. Heia
as Executor of said Estato, which has
been sot for hearing horoln on May
10th, 1818, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Dated April 15th, 1918.
Wm. O. H. WOODHURST,
al6-3wks. County "Judge. I
TERMS- $15.00 to insure colt to
stand and suck. If mares are dla
posed of or leave the country service
ieo Decomos auo and payable at onqe.
Caro will bo taken to prevent accl
dents, but should any occur stallion
owner will not bo rsponsiblo.
Hospital Phono Black 633,
.House Phone Black 633
TiY. T. PIUTCIIARD,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218, south Locust St.
ono-half block southwest of the
Notlco of Final Report.
Estato No. 1618 of Libblo Johnston.
deceased in tho County Court of Lin
coin County, Nebraska.
The Stato of Nobraska, to all per
sons interested in said Estato take
notlco that the Administrator, Lochlol
Johnston, has filed a final account and
roport of his administration and a peti
tion for final settlement and distribu
tion Of tho a8SOt8 Of said Estnio nml
dlschargo as such Administrator, al
leging that tho following named nr-
sons only aro entitled to sharo in thn
assets of said Estato and In shares as
follows: Lochlol Johnston Ki MAlAmltn
Johnston Seldon Johnston U and
Ethol Johnston A: which has hoon
sot for hoaring boforo said court on
May 9th 1918, at 2 o'clock p. m., when
you may appoar and contest the same.
u&ioa April 12th, 1918.
Wm. H. C. WOODHTTTIST.
Al-3wks. County Judsre.
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