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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1918)
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OLD FASHIONED BIFOCALS 7"
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WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
HARRY DIXON 8c SON
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
CIT AND COUNTY NEWS.
D. Powers made a business trip to
Geo. Smith made a. business trip to
Grand Island Wednesday."
F. J. Cotterell left Wednesday for
Lead City, S. D., to visit his mother.
Miss Valma Mason and brothor
Everett of Sutherland were visitors
in town Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. D, M. Tatum returned
Wednesday from , ,,pmaha " whore they
went to attend the funeral of Mr.
Mrs,. F. L. Nlssen has been visit
ing at the homo of Mrs, A. P. Carl
Bon whllo enrouto from Golden, Colo.,
to her homo In Marshalltown, Iowa.
For Sale One almost new four
burner kerosene stove, one two hole
Tho Camp Cody film which will bo
shown at the Sammy Girls theatre
next Monday evonlng should prove
intensely Interesting to tho people of
North Platte and surrounding section.
Lom Kldwell, of Wallace, who re
cently returned from a trip through
several eastern states, says no where
did ho see better looking crops than
are to be spen around Wallace.
Miss Mi Sieman, steam ..baths' and
Swedish Massage, ladles and gentle
men. Phone 897. Brodbeck bldg. 85tf
In the federal court this week Chas.
McKeo, of Sidney, was sentenced to
one year in tho Cheyenne county Jail
for sedition. Lunn Jones, of McPher
son county, was fined $25 for sending
non-mailable matter through the
Farmors in town today say that the
harvest of rye will begin next week
used stove, anrf Boss oven. Phono j f"1 rwh.tI rvest the following
309 or call at 821 W. Fourth St. . Ieek-Jff y ""If faH WtheT aJld
tho section tributary to North Platte
Wo have one lot of ladies' hosiery' was injured to any extent by the dry
wo are closing out at a real bargain , hot weather. Spring wheat, however,
Fiber silks good colors, whllo they, was considerably damaged,
last at 39 cents per pair. E. T. TRAMP Howard Fleming, whoso homo ie at
& SO,NS. (or near Sutherland, failed to report
5Thowheatharvest iB iniprogrosstln as-.ono.of, the Lincoln county contln
tho eastern and central portions of tho ent to Ft. Riley Monday night. It 1b
state. In aoine sections tho ripening of known ,that he received his notification"
the wheat has been hastened by the card. As soon as his non-arrival at Ft.
dry hot weather, and in these sections i RHoy is reported to tho local board
tho grain will not bo plump. j steps will bo taken to locate him.
mi ininnnm, it ti10l Mr. and Mrs. C. R, Morey wore in
r. k tlfS.htfn.i with Omaha -Wednesday in attendance at
Presbyterian church will meet with wedd, of Mrs. M . brotl
5? n C n J, IrZ'nt ?JL Arf Lleut- Rolrt ReaBoner, who is sta
Frhlny afternoon at three o clock. AJ Fort
this is the last meeting before the
vacation a large attendance is desired. daughtor.of a proraInont 0pera-
The county commissioners, who had tor of Omaha,
been sitting as aboard of equalization, j hay sldpper tells us that more
adjourned Tuesday until Tuesday of afalfa is being baled and shipped
next week. They will sit as equal!- . direct from the ueid tni8 year ti,an in
zers Tuesday and Wednesday and com- any previous year. Wliilo tho price
plet'e, the work. So far not many ia but $12 a ton, tho weight of freshly
complaints as to the assessments have cut alfalfa over that which has been
been made. j stacked for several months is so great
Frank Tracy and Sanford Hartman .' Uftt growers cqnsider tho present
returned Wednesday from a throo"pric3 Satisfactory,
weeks' visit in New York state and re- f Today twenty North Platte speakers
port a very enjoyable trip. One con-! will address people at forty meetings
dition that struck them forcibly was . in tho county on the subject of organ
th fine awnearanco and big acreage , izlng war savings societies. Chairman
nt rrons of al kinds. War activity is , Keefe, of the speakers bureau, so ar-
apparont everywhere and every day is I ranged his program that each speaker
full of patriotism anil enmusiasm. : win iaiK ai iwo buhooi uuusus uurmg
They spent several days In tho Adlron-! the day and evonlng. At thes moetlng
Grant tomb at. Mt. McGregor. 'zed.
SA3IMY GM.LS WILL SKItVE
CAFKTE1IIA LUNCH JULY Jths
Anticipating an immense crowd in
North Platte on July 4th, and that tho
visitors will experience trouble in bo4
Ing supplied with meals, the Sammy
Girls will sorvo a enfeteria lunch in
tho room now occupied by tho Durbln
Auto Co., but which will bo vacated by
July 1st Tho menu to bo, served by
itto sainmy uiris win consist oi
chicken, meat and egg sandwltchcs,
baked beans, potato salad, coffee, Icq
cream and watermelon. This sorvlco
will begin at ton o'clock in tho fore
noon and contlnuo so long as there
aro peoplo to bo fed.
As tho proceeds of this lunch nro to.
bo devoted to supplying Lincoln coun
ty soldier boys with sweaters and
comfort kits, they aro asking that tho
provisions needed be donated as far
as possible. Those who will furnish
fowls, meat, potatoes, baked bcaus,
butter, eggs, cream and bread aro re
quested to phoiro Red 237 not later
than Monday evening, July 1st. It is
hoped thot residents, of both city and
country will respond liberally to this
call for donations.
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Fordson Tractor Arrives.
Tho much heralded Fordson tractor,
made by Henry Ford and Son, is now
here, soven of them having been re
ceived by tho Hendy-Oglor Co. yes
terday. Theso tractors attracted
tho attention of every farmor In town
yostorday and this forenoon, and all
seemed to be favorably Impressed with
their gonoral abearance. Tho seven
received wero sold In ndvanco of tholr
arrival but they will not bo- turned
over tp tho purchasers until they
have been used for a short porlod for
demonstrating purposes. A public
demonstration of tho tractor and plow
will bo given tomorow afternoon nt
2:30 at tho Haspol ranch ono mile
west of town.
Hand Concert l'rogrnin.
The following Is tho program of tho
concert to bo given by tho North
Platte Municipal Band, Earl Stamp,
Director, on Friday evening, Juno 28,
1918 at eight o'clock at tho court
March, "Pico" H. C. Millor
Overture, "Orphous" Offenbach
Waltz, "Trcs Jollo" WaldtouM
Hungarian Dance No. 6 Brahms
Selection, "Tho - Debutante". . .Meyers
March, "Heart of America". .. .Pryor
"Star Spangled Banner"
II THE UNIVERSAL CAR
EVERY FARMER NEEDS A
Ford One-Ton Truck
Every farmer at this time of the year has under
consideration the way he can most cheaply bring
his gram, hogs, etc., to market-return with coal
for the winter, flour, feed, lumber and bran.
The Ford Worm Driye Truck is the one that is
solving the problem, cost of up-keep unusually low
and the greatest service the Truck world knows
Priced, at North Platte $659.32
Your order must be placed at once to insure delivery
HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO.
Phone 34 Corner 4th and Dewey
Tho ground floor of tho Masonic
Temple building is being romodelod
for occupancy by tho Durbln Auto Co,
An enlarged entrance is being made
in tho rear of the building and an en
trance made in tho Dewey .street
front. A partition will be built en
closing the south twenty-two feet, and
this room will be used by tho W. R.
Malonoy Co. It is probable that tho
north twenty-two feet will also bo
partitioned off tmd used by a party
for business purposes. This will
leave the Durbln Co. tho center forty
four feet and the rear additions.
Attend District Convention.
Mesdames W. V. Hoagland, W. j,
Tiley, B. S. Davis, J. S. Hoagland, S.
W. VanDoran and Harry Johnston
spent yesterday ln CozadAittondlng a
flismct convention, or jprie Hobekan
Little Six Bulck looks and acts
like new, has cotf.vertlblo winter top,
See tliis at onco If you want a real
'J. V. ROMIGH, Dealer.
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Americans Fight Like Demons.
In an attack upon tho German-lines
on tho Marno front Tuesday night the
American troops extended their lino
northwest of Belleau -wood. Up to 10
o clock weunesday morning 250 fcrls
oners, Including sovon officors, had
been counted, together with a number
or machine guns and other booty,
Additional prisoners came in later.
Tho Americans aro now holding a
considerable front in three different
sectors In Alsaco. They now are in
possession of virtually all tho valu
able tactical positions in the Belleau
wood sector. Most of the prisoners
taken belong to the 347th Gorman
On Sumday the Germans placed tho
crack 201st division opposite a posi
tion oi uie American line. Despite this
tho Americans went through in steam
German prisoners taken pay tri-
uuro io tno uninant dash of tho Am
erlcans, declaring tho men in tho as
saulting party fought liko demons.
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Mary Pickford's next nppearance in
an Artcraft picture will be aa adapta
tion by Prances Marlon of "Amarilly
of Clothes Lino Alloy," from the novel
by Bollo K. Maniates. This is said to
be tho funniest photoplay in, which
"America's Swootheart" lias ever ap
peared in, but whllo tho story consists
principally of amusing Incidents it
is full of simple, homolv nhiloannhv
and endeavors to show that people
irum mo environments of Clothes
Lino Alley can nover mix happily
with tho uppor stratum of society.
"Amarilly of Clothes Lino Alley,"
which will bo tho attraction at tho
Keith thcatro on Monday and Tiufes-
day is expected to duplicate tho suc
cess of "Stella Maris", as tho scenario
is by tho same author, and tho produc
tion was directed by Marshall Nollan,
the samo combination responsible for
Federal and state nuthnriti
warn in t; alfalfa
insect that has made its appearance
In sorao sections of tho country and is
proving very destructive. Directions
ror ridding tho alfalfa fields of tho
post is holng distributed.
Tho Happy Hour Club will meet
with Mrs. Will Peters. B02 w. ieh.
Tuesday aftornoon Instead of Friday,
Not for a number
thoro been so many visitors in town ns
una wooic. tho milk of theso con
stitute the officials, tho Jurors, tho do
fondants and -witnesses brought horo
oy tho torm of fodoral court. Thoso
Visitors COmO rrom a nnmlmr nf .nlln.
: tics- In tho woet part of tho stato.
I Mrs. B. Rnntnr nnil turn ,in,,i,i
j loft yostorday for Lowellen to visit
HIGH WATKU IN NOltTII
PIATTK JUVKK JULY 3d.
City Engineer McNamara. who Is
aleo local represontntlvo for tho feder
al government In Irrigation and water
mniifcni, lias received uotlco that 11,
500 second feet of water has been re
loaded from tho Pathfinder danl and
that this flood will roach North Platto
about July 3d. Unless part of this
water ls diverted for Irrigation pur
poses or part of Its volunin lost
through evaporation by reason of in-
lensoiy not weather between now and
July 3d. it will equal if not exceed ln
voiumo tno Hood two, years ago.
Uingmeor McNamara says that this
flood ls llkoly to wash out all
hay damn that havo beoji erected at
ditch Intakes, and may Injuro daniB of
more permanent nature. Othor than
damagog to dams ho does not antici
pate any trouble from this big flow of
We aro paying $14 for mixed Iron,
and $17 to $18 for machinery cast
Iron. L. Llpshltz, tho Junk Man.
Don't Boll your Junk to peddlers.
You can mako $10 or $15 a day by
hauling It. to town and soiling it to,L.
Llpshltz. i (
Some follow entered tho garage of
F. L. Moonoy Wednesday night nnd
mado away "with tho extra tiro and
rim which Mr. Mooney carried on tho
roar of his car.
' Leslie BasklnB made a business
trip to Arthur yoatcrdny.
Miss Bertha Coopor, of Ogallala,
spent yesterday with friends In town.
Miss Lillian McCraekon. who had
boen visiting her slstor, Mr3. H. M.
Grimes, left for Chicago whoro sho
will tako a special courso ln music.
John B. Nelson roturned yesterday
from Omaha whoro ho had gone to
drive homo his car which had been
taken thoro for inspection and repairs.
W. T. Aldon, of this city, Wostorn
Nebraska representative of the Payno
Fiahman Granlto Co., of Grand Island,
this week recoived a carload ,of mon
umental work, tho second carload ho
has received this Bprlng. , Six of thoso
monuments win oo unioaueu noro anu
placed in tho local comcterlos, tho
others will bo sent to pointB in Mr.
Several of Uio monuments to be
orccted here are exceptionally hand
somo ln workmanship and ap
Futuro Calls for Men.
Senator Chamborlnln announced
Wednesday that It Is proposed to call
in August 300,000 draft men, In Sep
tember 150,000, in October 150,000, in
Novembor 150,000 and in December
125,000. These 825,000 men, ho Baid,
aro expected to exhaust class 1.
REGISTRATION SHOWS MANY
NOT USEFULLY EMPLOYED.
Inspection of tho cards returned
from the recont labor registration,
brings out what is apparently tho ob
ject of this registration, viz: that
thoro aro many engaged in occupa
tions not directly contributory to tho
winning of 4ho war.
Thoro ls but ono objoctivo before tho
peoplo of tho Nation today, and that
Is well wo scarcely need to repent
it, but It behooves each individual to
tako tho matter seriously and rollect
.whether or not ho is mooting his per
sonal obligation In his present posi
tion, and If not to make a change
without waiting for tho stringency of
Tho U. S. Labor Bureau ls main
taining an office at North Platte for
tho express purposo of assisting em
ployee nnd employer In getting togeth
er. Llko a tolephono system, tho more
subscribers tho greater the sorvlco.
This offlco will endeavor to place any
ono seeking a useful occupation free
of charge. There aro plenty of Jobs
for those who actually want to work,
and tho Indications are that tho Gov
ernment Intends to do everything In
Its power, to create the desire,
A. F. BEELBR, Examiner in Chargo
pasement Building & Loan Bldg.
Court Room Is Funereal.""
The visitor to tho fodoral court room
this week has been impressed with the
funereal quietude Judge Woodrough
in his elevated aeat looks stern and
commanding, Clerk Hoyt flits from his
desk to tho attorneys' table noiseless
ly Marshall Flynn presents nn'austuro
appearance, the Jurors scarcely twitch
a musclo and tho spectators if they
chango tholr sitting position do it eo
noiselessly as not to attract attention,
tho lawyers ln tholr examinations and
pleadings speak In tones only loud
enough to be heard, while tho wit
nesses answer in subdued voices,
Thoro is certainly no lovity In a feder
al court room.
Proleslnnt Episcopal Services.
Sunday, Juno 30, 1918.
8:00 u. m. Holy- Communion. 9:45
a. m. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m.
Morning Prayer and Sormon. 7:00
p. m. Evening Prayer. 3:00 p. m.
North SIdo Sunday School.
Rev. Arthur Dittos Jones, Rector.
Mrs. E. K. Hastings, of Oskosh, left
yostorday after spending tho -week
hero on business.
If you cannot eat heartily -without
an attack of indigestion, your stomach
la weak. You need Prickly Ash Bit
tors. It Is a lino dlgostlvo tonic. Be
sides. It rlda thn Htrminnli nnd linwAla
of tho Impurities- -which mako you foel
oau. l'rico per Dottio. uummoro
Dent Drug Co. Special Agents.
Make your family coinforlable,
i:ot onlj this Suiiiimu- but for
ninny Summers.. Buy an Elec
tric Fan. Divide Uio prlco by
tho years tlioy last.
North Platte light
& Power Co.
Ambassador Gerard s sisseteT
My Four Years
m w - m
Sammy Girls Theatre
SA! JUNE 28th and 29th
SHOWS at 7:30 and 9:00
MATINEE SATURDAY 3 p. m.
Pricey 25c and 50c
Safety Deposit Boxes
One Dollar Per Year.
, FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
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 thot there
is'no system of treatment its equal. 1 k
Office phone 183, Residence phone 283.
Hospital Phone 110,
WE BUY YOUR HAY, GRAIN, SEEDS AND LIVESTOCK;
"We sell Coal, Flour, Graham, Whole Wheat, Corn
Meal, Corn Chop, Barley, Chop, Salt, ShorlB, Bran, Tankage
and Cotton, Linseed and Alfalfa Meal, mixed Chicken Feed
and all kinds of Grain.
Quality guaranteed and SERVICE THE BEST.
Leypojdt & Pennington,
EAST FRONT ST.
IT'S A LASTING ritOl'OSITlON-
With ua that until you aro satisfied
wo don't consider a transaction end
ed. So you will bo doing ua a favor
If you will toll uh of anything you
don't llko about our PEED and our
sorvlco. Don't hesltuto bocauso tho
matter may soem.a trifling ono. Wo
want to correct tho fault bo It llttlo
or big. Perfect Bhervlco la tho aim
of thla establishment.
LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTON
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