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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1918)
Old sight, or presbyopia as the
optometrist cnlls it, normally
comes nt nbout 40. Tiio causo js
a natural one. The inner lens of
the eye loses some of its clastic
ity. It cunnot focus for new vis--
inn without strain.
Clinton's optometrist tests the eye
ond then nrescribes n lens which en
ables the old eye to sec like a young
one at close range. It is exceeding-,
ly important to have such glosses
when old sight sets in.
If the letters blur, you close your
eyes for o short rest, or hold your
book or paper at nrrn's length, you
Ought to consult Clinton's optometrist
at once, Those ore the signs of pres
byopia. C. S. Clinton
At the Sign with the $ig Ring.
CITi' AND flOTTNTY NEWS.
J. J. Hnlligan nnd JuHub Pizor
opont Friday in Lowellon transacting
Dr. Morrill. Dentist
J. r. Larson, of Green Rivor, arrived
Saturday and spent a couple of days
For Sale Black Jack, 8 yoara old.
Coo. Brownilold, Horslioy, Nob. tf
Maxwell subscribed $228 for tho ro
liof of the Armenian BUfforers, n Very
For Farm LoanB sco Gone Crook,
Room west of Vlonna Cafo.
Mrs. P. A. Norton spsnt tho wool:
snd iii Grand Island visiting her son
Jim and family.
Tho Itoyal NolghborB will moot
Wednesday aftornpon nt -3 p. m.
at tho K. P. hall.
Miss Elizabeth Young roturnod to
HaBtlrtgs Friday aftor a visit with nor
ulster Mrs. Cnrl Simon.
Carpels and rugs cleaned. Phoiwi Itod
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnston and
two children woro visitors in Omaha
tho latter part of last weok.
Mrs. Ida Tarklngton loft yostor
tend tho annual convention of tho
ladles auxiliary to the B. of L. 13.
Judgo lloagland has rocolvod and
accepted nn invitation to dollvor tho
Memorial Day address at David C.ty.
For SaloBrood bows and pigs.
Phono 788F3. 30-4
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Vnlorimi arc
spending this wook in Chicngo, having
left for that city last Friday noon.
Harry Dixon wont to Omaha Sunday
to nttond a mooting of county chairmen
of tho coming Itod Cross campaign.
Miss M. Btemnn. stonm baths ami
Swedish MaflBuge. Indies and gontU'
mon. Phono 807. Urodbock bids. 85U
Tho sorvlco class of tho Presbyterian
Sunday school will bo ontcrtalnod at
,tho homo of Misses Amy and Fayo
Eldor this owning,
Tho Catholic ladlos will hold a
social in tho Parochial school huso
jent on Friday aftornoon to which
tho public Is invited,
For BaleTwo lots In tho 1,000 block
en cast Fourth. Inqulro Of J. L. Mur
phy, 110 went Fourth. 34
Mrs. Edward Soyforth returned tho
later port of last wook from Omaha
-whoro sho hud booa visiting hor daugh
ter Mrs. D. T, Qulgloy.
Qeorgio Vroman and Frod Elliott
,-went to Omaha yesterday to attend
the annual reunion of Union Pacific
ennlunors which will bo hold today,
Mrs. A. A. Sclinb! and children uml
Mrs, Edwlna Rebate roturnod Saturday
from Southern California, whoro thoy
icon vlaitrtng Dor a couplo of
Miss Poarl Frank, who had boon in
Colorado for a year or moro, returned
ycatorday and took up tho duties of
stenographer In tho office of lloagland
Mrs. J. B. Sliiiins and children loft
Saturday for Camp Dodgo whoro thoy
"Will ronmin whllo Dr. Slmmn is
ctatlonoil thoro as n mombor of tho
Fourteen North Platto rcsldonts
With J. O. Den as pilot, tfpont Sunday
at Shlck'a lako, nortli of Sutherland
Helling for buUhondj, Thoy caught
hundreds of thorn .
Mrs. W. F. Cody nnd grund daughter
Hrrlvcd Saturday, coming hero; to visit
Cody Uoal, who In homo from Camp
Coly, ulid tho nowly arrived daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. Uoal.
Mrs C. O, Williams, Mrs. Earl
l'oacock and Mrs. G. O. Coburu re
turned to Grand Island Friday arte
vinitltirf frlonds in town? Thoy camo
1 to attend tho May Party.
Gordon Powors, ono of tho boys who
loft for Ft. Logan Friday night wob
presented with a haudsomo MnBonlo
emblem and lookot by tho Plntto Vul
loy lodge, a gift tho young man highly
Boforo buying a car bo suro to soo mo as I havo a number
of cara nlmoBt an good na now, whloh I will soil nt a
bargain. Thoso cars aro not old brokon down junk, but
cars which will stand olaso Inspection and will savo you
monoy. Would bo pleased to havo you call and soo these
A. M. B LIT MB
FIKrVr CL W CU l.VITIG. R18 orlh Locust St,
male of H
young 4 i
Cassio MoliuB, eight year old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs, Julius Mollus, ot
Oshkosh, died at a local hospital Fri
day morning of blood poisoning. Tho
remains Woro taken to Oshkosh Sat
Major Hbwo, who has boon superin
tendent at tho MoPhorson National
Cemetery for throo years bus resigned
on account of ill-health. As soon as
his successor arrives ho will return to
Lincoln to make his homo.
Thoro will bo a Red Cross program
at tho Osgood school houso on Friday
ovoning. May 10th. For admission wo
wlILmeasuro your height and chargo Cc
a foot A freo lunch will bo Borved.
Everyone Is cordially Invited.
Judgo arlmos spent yotsorday In
T.oYlnctrtn hnnrlntr tuinllcAtlonB of allon
onrany ministers for llconso to proach.
I 1T At... llnnMnnn .tin lltlllnt.
standing that thoy must uso only tho
EngllBh language in thoir preaching
ATr . nnil Mrn. .TnuMn Wnlknr wont la
Grand Island yesterday, whoro Mr.
WntUnr. wlin lu nmlilnvml In tho Imir-
! gago room at tho dopot, mado appllra
tion lor onusuncni m mo signal corpw,
Ho was formorly a lineman with tho
II. A. Palmer, who a year ago at
tempted to got North Platto mon lu-
i torestcd in a proposition to drill for oil
In this soction, hold a mooting ai
, Suthorland last evoning for tho sumo
purposo, Tho result or tho mooting hm
nut been loomed.
Union Paclllo, employes' subscrip
tions to tho third Llborty loan, up to
I May 1, aggrogatod $2,988,050. It Is
bollovod that by, this tlmo tho sub-
I ucrlptlons ' liavo ' passed tlta $3,000,000
mark. Tho subscriptions' to tho first
loan woro $1,020,000 and to tho second
This is just to remind you that If
you care to soo Douglas Fairbanks In
I "Reaching for tho Moon" you will havo
. to do so tonight, Thcro Is no roasqn
jwhy you won't enjoy this pleasing
i photoplay, and myriads of roasono why
'jyou will. Moot your frlonds at Keith
' Two ncauaintancos stood on tho
i street Friday night discussing tho war.
! "Germany will win this war; tho
United States can novor win," Hald
, ono, I) I ft', bang, and down wont tho ono
, who mado tho remark, and It took him
ubout four mlnutos to "como to." Tiro
man who thinks Undo Sam can't win
had bust not express tho thought.
Throo of tho prosont corps of city
teachers huMei signed contracts for
' next yoars outsldo of North Platto.
MIhh Holliuan has accopted a position
ut Falrhury and Miss Wells and Miss
Wright will tench at Door Lodgo,
'Mont., nt a salary of $125 por month.
Tho local schools will fool tho loss
of tho8o throo very competent teach
A largo number of lady friends und
nolKhbors tendered Mrs. John- Ston
vall a farowoll Burprleoi party Friday
aftornoon and iproBontcd hor with savi
oral piocos of table linen. Mr. and Mrs.
BUenvall will leave today for tho north
west, and will probaby locato In "Wash
Ington or Canada. Mrs. Stonvall's
condition demands a change of cli
mate Tho citizens of Suthorland met last
week and organized tho Sutherland
WoUaro Association, tho object of
Which Is to boost tho town in any und
ovory way possibles Will M. Dunn wub
oloctod president, W. J. Root Bocrotary
and G. L. Duddln treasurer, and Gus
MoNcol, It. A. Scott and Chas. BUrk
land mombors ot tho oxocutlvo com
mittee " "Mra. bane's Delonao," tho clovor
piny ot Henry Arthur Jones which
created a voritablo sonsation on tho
otsgo sovoral yours ngo, has boon
choson by tljo Paramount company for
plcturltatlon by Miss Paulino Fred
ortok, onei ot tho scrcon's greatest
omotlonal nctrossoa. Munagor Garman
of tho Crystal thoatro has arranged
to show "Mrs, Dano's Dofonso" at hlB
thcatro Thursday and Friday.
will bo paid for information loading to
nrrost and conviction of pnrtlos who
look tho poslH uml gwlvHitlicd ivlro
fonoo off Section 20, T. 1(1, IU 00 W.
2t 1IKATI ft GOODMAN.
jr. J. fjkn!n'ij'gton is appointed'
FEDERAL CHOP 11EPOHTER.
II. L. Pennington, of North Platto
has recently boon appointed county
reporter for tho purpose of making
Semi-monthly roports to tho govern
ment on, tho quantity of crops, such ns
wheat, corn, oats and hay. and also
any other conditions that effect this
Mr, Pennington Is serving without
pay and Is endeavoring to do bis bit
in that branch of tho Borvlco of- his
Kovornmont becauso ot his familiarity
.wlth it. It is quite necessary that ho
recolvos tho cooperation of wory
liorson in Lincoln county who has any
knowlcdgo and who will Help him in
Any unusual conditions, such as
posts- or drought or an oxtromolv
favorablo conditions that will tnd to
create an abnormal crop, should bo
roportod at onco and tho favor will bo
Address all communcatlons to H.
L. Ponnlngton, County Roportor,
Bureau of U. S. Markots, North
PASSENGER TRAINS TO 1IJB
TAKEN OFF UNION' PACIFIC.
According to a Chicngo dispatch ono
third of all tho passenger trains bo
tweon Chicago and tho Paciilc 'Coast
' will bo ollmlnatd. This mans that at
; least two trains ench way each day
(will bo pulled oft tho Union Pnclflc
and that about forty train nnd onglno
jmon in North Platto will bo offected.
The elimination, it is stated, will bo
I mado Juno 1st. Tlds Btop It Is said
; will savo $12,000,000 a year and cut
of 11,728,00 mllos of train haul. Undor
I tho revolutionized plan of hauling tho
I traffic, says tho dispatch, passengers
would no longor havo a, choice or
routes. Traffic to thei west coast and
lntonnodlnto points would bo divided
between four linos as follows:
To Los Angeles and Junction points
by Santa Fo.
To San Francisco and Junction
points by Union Pnclflc.
To Soattlo and Junction points by
Chicago, Mllwaukco and St. Paul.
To Portland and Junction points by
Tho cut in sorvlco world tnko oft
throo through trains from Chicago to
I Los Angolos, two to San Francisco
nnd throo to Seattlo and Portland.
Moro than 40 local trains would bo
dispensed with also.
To Mothers of Soldier Roys.
In tho parado which will bo held
Friday ovonlng, May 17th, In connec
tion with tho Red Cross campaign,
mothors of boys who aro In tho sor
vlco will bo given tho position of
, Tho parado committoo is desirous
of learning tho name of cnoh North
.Platto mothor who has a boy in thei sor
Vlco, and rospoctfully requests that sho
sond hor name by phono or othorwiso
to Tho Tribune at as early a dato as
Mothors of soldlor boys who llvo out
side of North Platto who wish to par
ticipate In tho parado will bo gladly
wolcomed. nnd thoy, too, nro asked to
leavo thoir nnmos nt Tho -Trlbuno.
Seed Potatoes for Sale.
1,500 bUBhols of Early Ohlos at 85c
por bushel. Innulro of Y. Ilavasbl. on
,tho JonklnB farm, 3 mllos northwest of
A nlco, pleasant purgative that also
has a gonial stimulating offoct In tho
UVer and stomach Is ono reason whv
! Prickly Ash Blttors Is bo well liked
t by pcoplo who havo usod It. They
I find It a good modlclno for tho wholo
'family. Prlco $1,25 por bottlo. Rinck-
ur liiiun mm urns . o. special agents.
GERMANS AWi&OHfNG STEA31:K 0
ALLIES SPIRIT RUN HIGH,
; (strong vitality. Tho roverBO Is tho
Disheartened by tho awful lossos caso when tho blood is poor. To drive,
of .the past flvo weOks and by the lna- otit impurities and enrich tho blood
bllity to penetrate tho allied lines ac- ta Prickly Ash Bitters. It Is a most
cording to program, the Gorman forces efficient blood purifier and system reg
in northern Franco are losing steam, ulator. Prlco $1.25 per bottle. Rlnckor
and in tho meantime tho spirits of the Book & Drug Co. Special Agents.
nlllcd troops nro at tho highest pitch. -
Sunday 'still found tjlio Prussian! I hp Avhririal ir ntlH
commanders working desperately to,lllc l tIli-ial allu
whip their organizations into shape r l i d r
for a renewal ot tho dolayed offensive, Lfllfi NlOVAITP
whiln tho allied forces aided by iho uivagy
weathor continued counter operations
which nro most disconcerting to an Announces that It Is prepared to fur.
enemy playing against time. t.,. -..rTx
Tho lrroprosslblo Australians gavo n,SH " consumers with DEEP WELL
tho Gormans west and southwest of 4-iMrni Tp
Morlancourt, botwoon tho Ancro and 'lu,ll,,, ltc
tho Sommo rlvors, another drubbing
and advanced tho entente lino to a PHONE 40 and VOUr OFdGFS
dopth of 500 yards along a front ofi
2,000 yards. j will be Promptly Filled.
Tho enomy offorcd strong roslstanlo, ! '
which was ontlroly to tho llkinc of tho ' .
hardy Australians, who Inflicted heavy v
casualties and enme back with more
than 150 prisoners
iiiv iwaovn m inu uimuiuiiK iiuuiis aay or February, mis, an nil rea cow.
wore slight. ,whito on belly, no brand or marks of
Sunday tho allies occupied a largo Sb?utclioo nB nbUt frUr ycar' we,B,lt
number of Important positions at var-, April s.' iois.
ious points along tho front of 4,000 A9-mio DAN McNICKLE.
yards west of Kommol. Tho British 1
also made an ndvanco of 500 yards Notlco to Creditors,
along tho front of 1000 yards noth-1 Estate No. 1555 of Honry C. Brotzor,
west of Loccn thoroby gaining n deceased In tho County Court of Lln
number of positions which had been coin County, Nobraska.
contested may days. ! Th Stnto of Nebraska, bs: Creditors
Tho aermans launched a heavy gas of said estate will take notlco that tho
attack against the American troops on time limited for presentation and flllng
tho Plcardy front during tho night. t claims ngnnst said Estate Is Dccem
Early In tho evoning they sent over uer 7, 1918, and for BOttlomojit of said
15,000 Bholls, composed chiefly of raus-E8tato is May 3, 1919; that I will sit at
tard gas, within a briof period. Those tho county court room In said county,
nholls woro followed by an lntonso ar- on Juno 7, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m., and
tlllery flro at midnight. Sovcrnl bund- on December 7, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
red gas sbolls woro dropped Into tho to rccelvo. examine, bear, allow, oi
American linos. adjust all claims and objections duly
Enemy airplanes appeared ovor tho nied.
Amoricnn lines about tho samo tlmo. I Wm. H. C. WOODHURST,
Anti-aircraft guns brought down ono m7-4wka. County Judge.
Gorman machine and damaged an-. . 77 7
other. Notice of Flnnl Report.
Tho oxtromo nctlvlty ot tho nrtil-' Estate No. 1520 of Anna M. O'Rour,
lory and aviators, tho rlflo flro and Uo- deceased In the County Court of
night flares and tho reported move-, L,"co1" FUnty- Nbrn8kn
monts behind the enomy lines in this I Tho stato oI Nebi-nBka, to all per
sector may forecast a now Infantry sonB interested in, said Estate takti
attack, but Gonoral Pershing's men not,co that tho Administrator has filed
arq rondy tor any emergency. Thoy n fl,ml account and report of bis nd
aro countering tho enomv propara-1 ministration and a petition for ilnal
tlons blow for blow, keoplng up a settlement and discharge as such,
embarrassing nrtlllory, rlflo and mach h,?h haY ben scntfon1ear,nne b,efor,
Ino gun flro and aro actively patroll-i Bald cour,t on May 31-1918' at 9 o'clock
Ing, a. m., when you can appear and con-
Tim spirit of tho Amerlcnns Is ex-' to! 8a?10; inio
cellcnt. They nro eager to ffcht and a I J1 KWl'nnm
rTM. . 4i 1. L
typical expression Is: "r.nt Vrit :l
start something. He'll get nil that is
coming to him."
Lost Ladlos wiUst watch. Rf-tako notlco that on tho 27th day of
ward for roturn. Finder snll at this. March, 1918, Coates Lumber & Coal
office Co plaintiff heroin, filed lta petl-
Tho Roboknh konslngton will moot tion and affidavit for attachment in
Friday afternoon nt the I. O. O. F. the county court of Lincoln county,
hall, Thoso who haven't yarn for Nebraska, against William A. Hayes,
sweatorB can obtain it at thla meeting, itho object and prayer of which is to
collect from dofondnnt tho sum of
Sheep and Cattle
Farmers this la the year and the
.f th.e.yf,r i 8;o,ck to eat
ui yum iiiiiBu iceu. l nave, on
nana ana iorsaieJUUUieeainy lamDS '
and ewes, and 500
and talk to me.
C. H. WALTER,
JED Crown Gasoline
is giving uniform sat
isfaction. Those who use Red
Crown often remark that
it gives more miles per
gallon and more comfort
Because of its uniformity Red
Crown can be depended upon
for quick starting.
Polarine keeps the engine
Look for "the Red Crown sign!
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
. ' ' OMAHA
inourlslilngj blood makes
healthy flesh, goodi muBclbs
Tukon up by tho subscriber on his
enclosed In nils In Walker Precinct In
. ins ill..
. " wununoi,
William A. Haves, defendant will
$1,000.00 for .goods, wares and mer
chandise sold defendant by plaintiff
on an account stated. That tho fol
lowing property of defendant has been
attached in such action to-wlt: Ono
Elcar Automobile and money of tho
ofondant n the First Natlonnl Bank
by KhSM? been nttnched
Plaintiff prays for an order that
such attached property and monoy bo
applfedl to) th IsatlsfactJlon of tKo
amount found to bo duo the plaintiff.
You aro required to answer said pe
tition on or boforo Juno 10th, 1918.
COATES LUMBER & COAL COM
Dy lloagland & lloagland. Us Attya.
in i nil! in iiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiniti
dr. nlnont x:eMeu ,
Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
7 p, m. Jo 8 p.mjif
, Office Black -333 1 Ros: Black '1020-
J. D. JtEDFIELD. ,
PHYSICIAN & S0BGEON
Drs. Redfleld & Uedfleld
PHYSICIAN eSUROEONS HOSPITAL
Office Phono 642 Res. Phone 87
ALL KINOS, BIG PRICE
We buy all kinds of
Junk and Hides
NORTH PLATTE'S MODERN FUNERAL
AUTO SERVICE LADY ATTENDANT
' PRIVATE CHAPEL.
PHONES DAY 023. NIGHT 930.
30 HEAD OF
WHITE FACE BULLS
3 YEAR OLD.
ALSO 300 HEAD
WHITE FACE HEIFERS
2 YEAR OLD.
SEE OR ADDRESS
C. V. TURPIE,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
THE BLACK DIAMOND
For nnlc nt the office of
LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTON.
Every pencil will dehorn SO' cnlrcn
from 10 dnj-H to 10 montha old for
$1.00. A profit of $B.QO for nny calf It
fullH to dehorn.
CrII ut the office nnd set one.
Hospital Phone Black 633,
Houso Phono Black G33
TV. T. PRITCIIARI),
Eight years a" Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218, south Locust St.
one-half block southwest of the
Willi make tho season of 1918 as fol
lows: Tuesdays, Thusdays and Satur
days at tiio Mogenson Feed nnd Salo
Darn, North l'latte, Neb., beginning
Vnlanco of tho week, except Sunday,
at my farm six miles west of Nortli
Platto and three-fourths of a mllo
southeast of llirdwood switch.
NABOB was foaled May 24, 1913,
and Imported wftth MA mother by
North & Robinson, ot Grand Island,
in July, 1913. Was bred by M. Des
proz, Department of Orno, In Franco.
ThlB horso weighs 1780, is clean and
sound in every particular, and Is as
good ub you will Und anywhero.
Wo invito you to como and soo this
TERMS- $15.00 to insure colt to
stand and suck. If mares aro dls
posed of or leavo tho country service
feo becomes duo and payable at onco.
Caro "will bo taken to fprovent accl
donts, but should any occur stallion
owner will not bo rsponslblo.
DARK DAPPLE GRAY
Will runko tho season of 1018 nt my
place Ato miles cast of Ilershoy and
Hovon miles west of North Platto on
tho Lincoln Highway
Thltf stallion has passed tho exam
illation required by tho government
nnd was pronounced nearly perfect.
TERMS $12.00 to insure living
colt to etnnd nnd suck. In caso maro
is disposed of, foo bocomos duo at
onco. Will not bo rcsponslblo for ac
cident, Chas, L Leypoldt
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