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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1918)
This i a condition which usually
comos In middle llfo. It Is por"
foctly natural. Tho Inner Ions of
thd'oye loses somo oMIts'olaatlc-Jj;jr iu
'lty with advancing ycarsIt.he- . !
comes hardor to soo clearly objects
near tho oyo. Papor ami bofcs aro
hold farther away thanfqrmorly
All that la needed Is a pair of propp
ory fitted glasses. Don't try to ' $ -
pick them out yourself. That Is dan
gerous, Let Clinton fit you.
. C. S. Clinton
At the Sign with the Big Ring.
DR. 0. IL CRESSLER,
Office over tha McDonald
LOCAL AND PEKSONAL
Mies Bosslo Boyd, of Goring, spont
Wodnosdjiy in town.
A now aBBortmont Of Smocks Just
ftrrived. E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
Ii. S. Smith has returned from a
week's visit at Boulder, Col.
Dr. Morrill, Dentist
J. L. Sullivan, of Choyonno, made a
business visit hero Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gazo loft Wed
nesday to visit friends In Holdrogo.
Miss Pearl Jenkins, of Brokon Bow,
spont Wednesday in town visiting
For Salo My residonco at 809 west
Third. Phono -T31tt"ck C89.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mothdrsaid, of
Wallace, spont Wednesday in town on
Miss Ituth Carroll, of Fremont, ar
rived Wednesday to visit Miss Irma
J. T. Murphy and daughter Isa loft
Wednesday for Bridgeport to visit
W, F. Chalou'pka.
Mrs. James McFarland, of Wood
Blvor. is visiting Miss Jowol Qlades
and Mrs. Cornwoll.
Wednesday with his ftudson super six
racer to proparo for Uio raco July 4th. '
For Farm Loans see Gone Crook,
Room west of Vienna Cafe.
J. C. Don loft Tuosday for McCook
and Arapahoe, whoro ho will visit ;
frionds and transact business for a fow :
Editor Wlsncr. of tho Scotts Bluff
Star-Herald, has boon spondlng this
weok In. town up a Juror in tho fcdoral
Mollno two-row machlno -for salo.
Inqvdro at G20 east 4Ui stroot, North
Lost Saturday ovenlng wrist watch
with Rubyo McMichaol 1918 engravod
on back. Phono Rod 429 for roward.
Mrs. A. W. Philips, son and daughtor
of Lowlston, Idaho, oft Wednesday for
tholr homo aftor visiting Mri. Max
For salorrYearllng bull, good grado
Hororord, R, E. Marshall, Phono
Miss Gortrudo Robhausen arrived
Tiomo "Wednesday from Chicago, where
"sno had noon attondlng a musical con-
FEEL BETTER NOW
HAD A DIP IN
'DID YOU EVER TRY IT
ON Y1UR STOCK?
Nothing like It to put them
In good condition, free them
from Insect parasites and pro
tect them from contagious dls
Knso Dip No. 1
KILLS LICE, TICKS,
MITES AND FLEAS.
Curat Manet, Scab,
Rlrtfwsrm and Other .
Dlslnfats. Clonnr.cs and
Use It on Horses, Cattle, Sneep, Swlno, Dogs, Goats and Poultry.
FOR BALE DY
'CALL OR WntTE TOR FREE
Mr. and Mrs. H.. H. Qraham,'vSvho
woro guosts of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Stamp, returned Wednesday to their
homo in Council Bluffs.
During tho storm Thursday night of
last week four licad of cattlo woro
killed by lightning In tho John Fowlor
pasturo southwest of town.
Thoro la a movement on foot at
Wallace, to organlzo a Btock company
to build a hotol, which Is badly needed
In that progressive village
Christian Science sorvico Sunday at
11 (U m., Sunday school 12 noon. Wed
nesday ovenlng meetings 8 p. m., Build
ing and Loan building. Room 25.
Thou recently organized Farmors'
StatoJBank at Wallaco, In ..which F. C.
PlolsUckpr and ML B..' Scott, of this
city, arVlntorosted, opened for busi
ness1 this1 week.
For Service First and Guarantee
Work, call North Platto PJumblng and
Floating Co., Phono 469, 10G- East.
In tho Camp Cody scones to bo pros
ented at tho Sammy Girls theatre next
Monday evening a wholo regiment of
Nebraska boys march down tho street.
Thoy toass on each sldo, so you can
soo oach faco coming nil tho way
For. Salo Two houses and two lots.
Also.,t)rq utnod aujUomoiblloa on A1
condition' at a bargain. Soo Julius
A.E. Huntington Is homo from Ex
CQlBlor Springs, wlioro ho had been
taking treatment for six weeks. Ho
rofurns much Improved and hopes to
onjoy his normal condition in a Bhort
AllUho kiddlos and many of tho
grown folks will want to soo Baby
Mario OBbornq's kid circus withihor
rky assistant at tho Crystal ' rioxt
Tuesday, It will bo shown in Daddy's
Engineer Barton, of tho stato engi
neer's office, was in town a fow days
ago inspecting tho construction on tho
south rlvor bridge Ho reported that
tho work so far performod was as good
as any ho had ovor lnspoctod, it tho
Wo have a largo supply of silk
hosiery. Wo can glvo you all colors
at $1.00 per pair. Ask to soo thorn,
thoy will bo a pleasant surprlso for
you. E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
Victor VonGoetz has roturnod from
a thrco wcokB' visit with his daugh
ters in Omaha and Lebanon, Kan.,
leaving Mrs. VonGoetz fo continue her
visit. While at Lebanon last weok
Mrs. VonOootz feu and suffered a
compound fracturo of ono of her
Dr, Fonnor and mother motored to
Omaha Wednesday. Tho lattor will
stay thoro with friends, whllo tho
Doctor goes on to attond tho National
osteopathic convention, -which Is hold
at Boston. Ho will do special work
thoro In tho noso, throat and major
UOOKLETO ON KRCGO DIP No. 1.
. I I
REGISTRATION IN THE COUNTY
WAS HEAVY TUESDAY.
While roturns from tho county havo
not been recoived In full, sufficient
havo como in to indicate that tho labor
registration last Tuosday in Llucofn
county was very heavy.
In somo school districts an insuffi
cient numbor of registration cards
had boon sent out, and it was neces
sary fo forward moro Wednesday. It
was a difficult mattor to guess Just,
how many would register In each dis
trict, henco it is not strange that in
somo districts thoro should bo a
shortage of cards.
Whllo a count has not yet been made
of tho cards filled out In North Platto
tho number It Is known, will exceed
two thousand. The registration In tho
city was well conducted, there being
at each of tho sovoral registration
booths um'ple volunteer help to con-
duct tho registration expeditiously
SI urges Gunning for Huns.
In a letter to a member of tho post-j
onico iorco, Jjiouu xjoron aiurges in
tho mall sorvico in Franco, writes
that ho has had opportunities to flro
forty shots at th Huns. Whether ho
killed or wounded a IIun at each shot
ho 1b not prepared to say. Tho letter
was datod about a month ago, which
was during tho big drive and Lieut.
Sturges was compeljed to movo his
postflff Ico back to tho rear, as tho Hun
arllllory mado tho front position too
hot for tho careful handling of mail.
With soveral shells bursting around
tho mall clerk every second ho is like
ly to throw John Smith's lottor In
Sam Jones' box. Othor than weary of
hearing bursting shells, Lieut. Sturgos
seems to bo getting along nicely.
CITI AND COUNTY NtfWS
W. P. Snyder spent Wednesday In
Paxton on business,
Low Smith loft yesterday for Big
Springs to tako u'p work on his farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Thosl, McDonald leave
tomorrow for a two weeks' visit In
Rov. A. D. Jones left Thursday
morning for Ogallala' to render his
. Miss Grace Pease, of Paxton, who
had been visiting at tho Korr homo,
Miss Martha Campbell 'and Miss
Bortha Johnson, of Omaha, spent
Thursday in town onrouto to Donver.
TVTra T. T. Woltni. avnn.f. x 1n.i.
tomorrow for Iowa whoro she will
spond tho summor with relatives and
Loroy Snyder, of Quick, and Carrie
Schmltz, of Maywood. wore married
In this city by Judge Woodhurst
Mrs. R.. Round, who had been visit
ing for somo time with Mrs. T. B.
Halllgan, loft Thursday for hor' homo
iiasadla and Hula silk in all tho
best shades, the best silk on tho mar
ket today. B. T, TRAMP & SONS.
Oda M. Robortn and Hazel (i. M.nanri.
both Of this cltv worn miirrlnil Tuna.
uay, iiev. satclioll, of Maxwell, per
forming the coreraony.
A irlrl bahv xvnn lrtrn thn nnrlv nm-t
Of tho week trv Mr. and Mm. flnv TCiHa
Tho mothor and dauirhtnr. wlin nrn nf
tho Nurso Brown hospital, aro reported
10 oo uoing niceiy. 1
P. H. Sullivan received n. tfiWrrim
yosterday nnnouinclng tho doath of
ins sisier, mrs. wary i'erntor, at Rich
mond, Va. Tho dqeasod had reached
nor einty-nlnth year.
John Harrincton. of Donvor. linn
ueon in town tms weoic visiting his
brother Paul. John has onllstcd.ln
tho naval reserves and will loavr nrxf
weok for Chicago Pier to go In train
Ralph Bass, of Cozad. was brouerht
10 a local Hospital recently to receive
treatment for an Injured hand. Ho
lost four fingers- by cottlmr them
caugnt in tho gears of a corn sholler.
For Salo Hooslor Kitchen cabinet
In good condition. 520 So. ahnstnnt
street. Pliono Black 480. 50
Ovor 300 acres Of hnntn nrn prnwlnir
on tno lormor uody ranch, now owned
by tho C. H. Waltor Co. About fnrtv
forolgnors, principally Mexicans aro
omployed in weeding and spacing tho
ucuib. me crop is saui to bo in very
Albort Muldoon is nronarlnir Tnr thn
fall duck HllOOtinc ReaRnn anil nnrlmnn
for a summor outing In tlio Wyoming
inns, no nas purciiasod a two-wheol
trailer nn wlilpli lm will nnmr i.in
r ...vs. m ..... .tV 4 J uta
oqulppago. includlnir a cood-nl7i.il
Wanted V lady to cook for a
family. No houso work. Inquire at
Paul Harrincton will no to Ron vnr
next weoK ana will seok to enlist un
dor tho colors In tho miartnrm
uoparuuout. in tho classification of
registrants Paul was placed ln Class
1-F, nnd will mako an attempt to
nasion ins ontranco into tho sorvico
uy sooKing onllstmneL
Prof. E. C. Elliott, n formnr Nnrlli
i'iauo young man, now chancollor of
tho University of Montana at Holonn
hub ouua uirocteu uy uio ooaru or
education of that state to mako Im
mediate investigation of tho mihllc
1 1 . . . . .. . r i
uuuraiicoa anu privato tcaciiings of
two or thrco members of tim imiimr
On comnlalnt of Lawronnn Enrimrt
O. II. TllOOlOCko Wnn broiicrht linfnrn
Justlco Sullivan yostorday on tho
charge of oxceedlng tho spoed HmlL
Ab tho ovldonco was Bomowhat con
flicting tho court took tho caso undor
advlsoraent and will render a decision
Tho Counoll of Dofonso is greatly
pleased wltli tho spirit with which
tho malo residents took hold of tho
labor registration Tuosday and tho
iiBsiBinnco givon by uio oreicors in tho
various school districts. In noarly
all Uio. districts ovory malo rosldout
ui mxicen years or ovor registered
Tlio Council of Dofonso oktonds Its
thnnks to thn rnirlRtrnnta
JULY CALL WILL TAKE.
SEVENTY LINCOLN CO. BOYS.
Under tho call for 4,000 men from
Nebraska to go to Fort Dodge, la., for
tho period from July 22d to July 25th,
Clork Allon of tho local board, says
Lincoln county's quota will not be loss
than seventy. This will considerably
more than exhaust class ono, but
whether those who registered Juno 5th
last will bo attached to tho ond of tho
prosont clasB ono has not been doflnlto
ly decided. However, It Is probablo that
Is tho position tho new registrants
will occupy, when thoy recolvo tholr
numbors, which will probably bo with
in tho noxt weok. Tho drawing for
numbers took placo at Washington
Just how the ro-classlllcatlon of
classes two, three and four will result
Is not at this time known, but It is
ex'pected that qulto a number will bo
put back In class ono. It Is also prob
ablo that a numbor of tho now regis
trants will bo put in deferred classes
by roason of their occupation, whllo
a fow of tlio 143 will fall to pass
tho physical examination.
Not until reclassification has been
made and tho new registrants examin
ed and classified" will the local board
bo able to know Just whoro the seventy
mon who aro to bo sent ln July will
come lrom and who they will be In
Tlio July call ns smaller man was
expected, and this loads to the surmise
that there will be another big call in
August. It Is not thought that Secre
tary Baker's assertion that thrco mil
lion men will bo under arms by August
1st means that thrco million is all the
mon needed for tho prosecution of the
Practically every factory, office and
homo aro performing somo kind oi
war -service for tholr country.
The decree to which this work pro
gresses muBt bo measured by tho per
sonal efficiency of tho Individuals par
ticipating ln It.
Personal oulclency recognlzos good
eyesight as ono of Its first requisites.
Your oyes aro not doing their run
duty unless they aro able to see dis
tant things and tho3e close by quickly
It la for tlio purposo of rendering
you a perfect near and far vision in
ono pair of glosses that we recommend
Kryptok glasses, tho Invisible bifocals
With them you can accomplish your
work without the loss of time neces
sitated by changing glasses.
Kyrptoks aro solid lenses void or all
seams or humps to worry tho oyes.
HARRY DIXON & SQN, Optometrists.
GERARD FILM PRODUCTION
TELLS GERMAN SECRETS.
'Is it not a shame that the world
should have been so disturbed; that
peaceful mon aro compelled to He ln
mud and filth In tho depth of raw
winter, shot at and stormed at and
shelled, waiting for a chance to mur
der some other inoffensive follow
creaturo? Why must the people in ola
Poland die of hunger, not finding dog
enough to eat In the streets of Lcm-
berg? The long lines or broke peasr
ants In Serbia and Roumanla; tho
population of Belgium and Northern
Franco torn from tholr homes to work
as slaves, for tho Germans, tho poor
prisoners oi war Biarvmg in ineir
huts or working In factories and
mines; the cries of tho old and the
children wounded by bombs from the
ZoppollnB; tho wails of tho mothers
for tholr sons; tho very rustling of
the air as the souls of the ten million
dead swoop to another world why
must all theso horrors come upon a
fair green earth, where wo believed
that love and help and friendship,
gonlus, science and commerce, roll
glon and civilization once ruled."
In tho introduction to Ambassador
James W. Gerard's remarkable book,
ho so eloquently asks Uioso questions
which all tho world Is intorcstod In.
In the big, remarkable film production
nf fhn UnnV "Mv T?mir Vnnr In Hnr.
many," youAvll find tho answer why
the world Is at war, you will see un
rolled before you the whole history of
uorman intrigue ana plot.
This picture will bo Bhown at Uio
Sammy . Girls thoatro on Juno 28th
Sour belching and a burning sensa
tion In tho throat Is a symptom of In
digestion, and indigestion leads to
diseases that aro soriousi. Tako Prick
ly Ash Blttors, it corrects tho digestive
troublo, purifies tho stomach and
bowels and makes you feel good. Prlco
$1.25 per bottlo. Gummere-Dont Drug
Co, Special Agents.
to Build Your
Thoro aro too many points of
difference botweon a house and
a HOME to tako any risks.
Dangor of ovorjooking theso
can bo avoided and your
IDEAL HOME assured by al
lowing us to confor with you
BEFORE you mako any final
Wo havo today's Prlzo Homo
Designs and, regardless of
your purchaso and without any
obligation wo will .fool honored
if you will ponnlt us to show
thoin to you.
Coates Lumber Co.
North Platte, Nebraska
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Abbott, of Stap
loton, transacted business in town
Lloyd Bunnel, residing On tlio north
sldo entered the Nurs'oBrown hospital
for treatment yesterday.
SB? "RIMROCK JONES"
A Western story filmed at the Copper Mines
in Arizona. Two Part Comedy "Did She do Wrong?"
Keith Theatre, Saturday, June 29th
WHY SIXTY DAYS?
Worm sick hogs must havo Immediate relief. A sixty day treatment
oven If successful
TAKES TO LONG
Evory minute your pigs aro tormented by tjieso disease breeding para
sites adds to your loss and Uio danger of total loss from dlseaso In
creased. CHAMPION WORM EXPELLEE '
will drive tho worms from your hogs ln
and do the work so easily and harmlessly that tho worms aro
expelled allvo. Don't wait untl your hogs aro sick.
Champion Mfg. Co.
Chautauqua Begins July
Dr- U.c: cc V. iJaSis and His War Experience ,Dur
ing Bis Belgium Journey
SERGEANT WAYMAN, JUST
RETURNED FROM FRANCE
Wounded and Gassed He Is Still
Doing Service for Uncle Sam.
Mrs. A, L. McDonald, of Kearney,
who had been' Visiting a', tho Nllos
homo left yesterday for Goring.
Mrs. Jos. P. Donegan, Jr., left last
night for Paxton whoro sho will sing
at a Red Cross concert tonight.
501 McCague Bldg.
8th Ends July 13th
im N FORMATION
Does Yeoman Service
for Uncle Sam
DOROTHY FROOKS, AviaMx
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