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IIIA L. MARE, Editor and Publisher
Ono Venr 1t Mall In Advance . , M "5
One YCar hj Carrier In Adfiinco $U0
Entered at North Platte. Nebraska,
Postofflco as Socond Class Matter.
FRIDAY, JUNE 2Sth, 1918.
220,000 MEN SUMMONED
TO ARMS JULY 22-25.
Ah a further atop carrying out the
department's plan to havo 3,000,000
mon undor arms August 1, Provost
Marshal General Crowdor Tuosday
called on tho governors of all states
except Arizona and Illinois for tho
mobilization between July 22 and 25
of 220,000 white draft registrants
qualified for general military service.
This call Is expected to oxhau3t tho
numbor of men" In class one, and
when added to school requisitions ot
23,430 mon, brings, tho total calls so
far announced for July to 243,430. To
complete Its program of having 3,000,
000 mon under arms by August lBt tho
department will havo to dopond on tho
400,000 class ono registrants expect
ed from the Juno l enrollment, and tho
2CO.O0O or 300,000 to bo obtained from
tho roclasBlflcatlon now In progress.
Nebraska will furnish 4,000 men in
this call, all of whom will be sent to
Camp Dodgo Iowa.
1710 V. H. AVIATORS
ARE NOW IN FRANCE.
Washington, D. C. Thoro aro now
1,746 American, aviators In Franco,
It wps learned tonight from testimony
placed In tho record during Charlos
Evans Hughes' Investigation of tho
It has boon brought out that thoro
are now nt tho front 37$ airplanes
bearing tho Aniorlc&n Insignia. Those
planes are being used by 120 American1
avlittora, who conBtltuto sovon aquad
ronj. Few of tho 111111108 aro of Amor
Of tho 1,740 Amorlcan aviators In
Franco n largo squaro of this number
aro ready to go into air against tho
enemy, but only 12C havo been pro
vided with oqulpmont. There Is nn
equal numbor of obaorvora and 38,307
onllnteuY mon to act as mechanicians
and nlrdome mon aro to work complet
ing tho flying fields to bo used by tho
That tho training of aviators has
progressed with far greator speed
than has tho production of aircraft Is
ovldonco by tho fact that thoro aro
In this country today 3.4C7 trained
aviators and 4,922 obsorvorannd non
filing officers await orddra to proceed
to Franco. The onllstod mon, many of
-whom hav$ finished tliolr mechanical
training at tho flying schools In this
country total 99,001.
It would a'pponr "that tho capacity
of tho tWOnty-sovon tralnlnc schools
of this country Is approximately 35,000
mon. At tho timo thoro aro about 3.394
mon being trained m aviators at flying
Bchools nnd 3,393 at tho ground or
About 4,230 men, paased by tho
oxaminmg nouru aro awultlnc an on-
portunlty to ontor tho ground schools
Thoro aro 1,030 mpn who aro taking
advanced training courses in UiIb
country, porfoctlnv thomsolvos in pur
suit, bombing or observation work.
About 2,500 AmorlcajiB aro bolng
trained in schools in France, England,
uiuy unci xugypi.
From records brought up to date
it nppoars that tho Aircraft Board
ordered 5,300 olomontary pianos, 2,100
advanced trnlnlng planes and 11,000
combat pianos. Tho engines ordorcd
corn'prlso 10.200 Tor olomontary planes
G.,002 for advanced pianos and 37,500
for combat nlanos. Tho program also
Included ordors for 35,913 propollors.
Light Crops Ncnr (Lincoln.
Gonorally spoaklng tho wheat and
oats harvest in tho vicinity of Lin
coln is disappointing, That is to say,
tho yield is about what tho farmers
reared early in May, not what thoy
hoped for a mouth ago. A aouthorn
Lancaster farmer said ho felt liko tho
irishmnn who said "My pig didn't
weign uh mucn as t uiought it would.'
In Yankee Hill precinct, whom liar.
vostlng has bogun, tho avorago yield
of wintor whoat promises to bo about
nrteen bushels to tho ncro. Spring
whoat and oats will bo cut for hay
very generally in una region. Lin
Before leaving for Washington tho
early part of this week Qovornor
ivoitn iseviuo issued his proclamation
calling for a primory oloctlon on
August 20th. At this oloctlon thoro
win do nominated u. S. senator, con
groBHinon, stnto officers, state senators
nnu Hiaio representatives, supremo
Judges and county ofticors, also thoro
win no suumutod tjio question of call
wig n constitutional convontlon.
Miiy Launch Offensive
With tho Italians again resting In
tnoir original positions along tho
Plavo river It Is now a quostion It tho
allied force can proceod with ita
counter offensive or bo forcod to
again tako tho defensive. tA counter
uuuusivo gn uiq nortuorn part or tno
11110 in uio mountninous region, is pos
slblo and already undor way on 1
small ecalo but it is known that tho
Austrlnns havo thoir rosorvo forcos
mt&sod at this point. As a result tho
Italian command may ho forced to
ciiango its taotlcs.
Hard work acta unfavorably on tho
body that 4b bilious or constipatcdt
producing low spirits, -wealcnoas and
loss of onorgy. Prickly Ash BIttora
Is a system cleanser and lnvlgorator.
It creates onorgy, good appetite and
cnoonuinosB. moo si.ao por hottio,
Giimmoro-Dont Drug Co. Special
WANTED - RAGS
3 to 8 cents por pound,
Wii Am pay h N1ut tut
prico for hidoa, nil klnds Junk
NORTH PLATTE RIDE, IRON
& METAL CO. Phono Rod 260.
Twelve lire fess'H
one a IV
This levies ct twelve ten
is designed to take the un
certainty ojit of tire-buying.
Till photographic reproduction teaches an
ube shown was made by cementinir together
two tubes of the same branded size
iclin, the other a standard tube made
in the ordinary way. This composite tube,
slightly inflated, was then laid in a. casing, cut
in half longitudinally.
- Note that the MicheUn half fits the casing' perfectly
(because Michelin Titles are made rmg-snaped
like the casing) whereas the other tube naturally
'wrinkles. Such tubes are easily pinched ih fitting;
wear thin in spots; or break, where creased or.
folded, under the pressure of inflation and use.
In selecting tubes, therefore, it is important for
you to know whether the tube is naturally straight
or naturally ring-shaped. You can determine this
holding the tube up while deflated; straight
1 -i Li TVI- I ! .. .1 fl
;a uung airuignt, wnue micneun iudcs, wnicn
ring-shaped, hang m a decided curve.
Just try a A and see for
Michelin 7n yourself.
Jtemetnher ihif r
AU Other? - Straight
,t 1 - n
NEBRASKA RUBBER WORKS
6th &. LOCUST. FILLING STATION. PHONE 803
- i i in j. ..rr ii in" in I ' 1
Mra. Hattlo AndrewB, wifo of an em
ploye of tho Union Pacific, died Mon
day night at tho Cross rooming houso
on oast Sixth street at tho ago o'f flfty
alx, The remains woto taken to Hol
drego for interment.
Nbtico of Petition.
Estate No. 1508 of John A. Nat
buigor, deceased In the county court
fo Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Tho stato of Nebraska, to all porsons
interested in said Estate tako mottco
that a petition has been filed for tho
appointment of of H. W. Flint, na ad
ministrator of said Estate, whlfch has
beon sot for hearing on July 19th,
1918, at nlno o'clock a. m."
Datod Juno 19th, 1918.
, Wm. H. C. WOODHURST,
J25-3-wks. County Judge.
Notlco of Petition.
Estate No. 1509 of Jorominh Snyder,
deceased In tho county court of Lin
coln coctnty, Nebraska.
Tho stato of Nebraska, to all porsons
Interested In said Estato tako .notlco
that a petition has beon filed by
Charles Sullivan for tho probata of
tho last will and testament of the said
Jeremiah Snydor, deceased and prayb
that a' day may bo fixed for tho hear
ing and proof of tho execution of said
Instrument and tho appointment of C.
H. Kuhns as Exocutor ot said last
Will and Testament, which haa been
set for hearjng on July 19th, 1918, at
nine o clock a. m.
Dated Juno. 20th, 1918.
Wm. H. C. WOODHURST,
J25-3-wks, County Judge,
Notlco to Creditors.
Estato No. 1564 of Thomas Slmants,
deceased In the county court of Lin
coln county, Nebraska.
The state or Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said estate will take notlco that
the tlmo limited for presentation and
filing ot claims against said Estato la
October 26th, 1918, and for settlement
of paid Estato 1b Juno 21, 1919; tlmt
I will alt at tho county court room in
said county, on July 20, 1918, at nine
O'clock, a. m., and on October 26, 1918,
at nino o'clock a. m., to receive, ex
amine, hear, allow or adjust all claims
and objections du!ly filed.
Wnj. H. C. WOODHURST,
J25-4-wks. County Judge.
The Artificial Ice and
Cold Storage Co.
Announces tlmt it Is prepared to for
nlsh nil consumers with DEEP WELL
PHONE 40 and your orders
will be Promptly Filled.
NORTH PLATTE'S MODERN FUNERAL
AUTO SERVICE LADY ATTENDANT
PHONES DAY 023. NIGHT 030.
HOME' GUARDS AT BRADY MAN REFUSES TO REPORT
ORGANIZED WITH 00 MEMBERS. IS TAKEN 1IY FORCE.
Francis M. Gllno, residing about One
AtWomhanv of Homo GuardB was or
cnnlzod at Iiradv-Tuosdav nicht with milo and a half tills sido of Elm Creole
membership of nlnoty, and as tho expononcea more irouDio man no nau
muster roll will bo kept open for a anticipated when ho ntempted to ovado
timo, it is confidently expected that Booing service m tno urait army or tne
tills number will bo largoly increased. United States. Cllno was called to go
Tho 'officers olected were: H, L. witii oigmeon men to uamp 'unston
Allllay, captain; Henry Gustafson, Monday night.
first lieutenant; Loroy Rasmusson, When tho mon woro checked at tho
second liontonant. Llout. Gustafson court houso Cllno was found to he
has had four yoara oxporlonco In the missing. Sheriff Funk and Doputy
navy, and tho Brady Quards therefore Hontiorson were uispaicnou to nnu
start out with an experienced drill out the troublo and discovered that
ortlcor, which is a distinct advantage Cllno had no intentions of Booing any
' i 1 I J. . . . . I T t 1 1 1 1 Jt A.
upon invitation or tno urauy poopio survico. mo oxpiameu in iouu cones
fifty mombora of tho local Homo that ho did not bollovo In fighting and
Gunrds, Including tho drum corps, thorofuro saw no reason why he
drovo to Brady and woro present at should, Sheriff Funk tried to explain
uiq organization, upon arrival tnero "J mm ouc. u no avau.
tho drum corps and guards iparaded! Cllno picked u'p a crow bar and in
tho streots, and at tho conclusion of formed tho Bhorlffs that if thoy wanted
this an open air mooting was hold him thoy -would certainly havo to como
presided over by Col. Wm, Beatty. ana got lilra. Doputy Henderson await-
Short talks woro niado by Messrs. ed his chanco and then rushed him.
Pattoreon and Bare, and tho men In tho Ho pinned liim to the houso and then
audienco then repaired to tho town Funk got in and put handcuffs on tho
hall whero tho formal organization prisoner. Ho was brought to Kearney
of tho company took nlaco.
Tho onthusIaBin displayed at Brady
is ovldenco that a llvo Interest will bo
takon In tho Guards.
To Limit Profit of Millers.
A now plan of llmltlnir tho nroflts
of tho flour millers, which la expected
10 ourainato waBtonu oporuting
methods and provont nroflteorlnir. will
bo Inaugurated by Food Administrator
uoovor on July 1. InBtond of the maxi
mum profit or 25 contH a barrel on
flour allowod tho millers during tho
last year tno roou administration, will
allow a maximum differential of $1.10
a oarroi oetwoon tno cost of tho wheat
to tho minor and tho prico ho recolvos
for tho flour and feed. Thin differen
tial will cover tho cost of "production
Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stono Drue
nnd kept until No. 4 arrived whan ho
wns taken to tho train. Kearnoy
German Program Upset.
Germany's ontiro offensive program
may havo been upsot, in tho opinion of
Amorlcans by tho crushing dofeat ot
tho Austrians along tho Plavo river.
Official reports reaching Washington
bear the picture of tho Austrian dis
aster glvon In press accounts from
Italy, nltho tho full oxtent of tho
Itallau Buceoss Is not yot apparent. It
Is regarded as certain, howovor, that
tho central powers havo beon dealt a
blow that will further shako tlio
moralo of thoir poopio nnd probably
will compel tho Gorman hlch commrmil
to make a comploto readjustment of
us pian m France.
tor quick action ntirt satisfactory
taie ust your land with 'Jlmclocko. tf
Has Faith in Rolskorikl.
Louis Edgar Browne, American war
correspondent, haa Just returned to
Chicago with Lleutenant-Colonol Ray
mond Robins and the other members
of the Amorlcan Red Cross mission,
convinced that the bolshovlki govern
ment under Lonine and Trotsky will
bring order out of chaos in that har
assed, war-weary land. HO likewise
is certain that Russia today is an aid
to tho allioa and this aid will grow in
timo and proportionately injuro tho
Gorman causo without the Interven
tion of Japan.
"I havo hold fast to that view in
spito of tho fact that for months I
havo eaten little else except horso meat
coarse' black soggy bread that has a
stomach acho in every blto, and a
potato cake, now and then, without
any vegetables," said Mr. Brown.
Why Not In Lincoln Comity"!
A dispatch from Beatrice appearing
In an Omaha paper saya:
"A number of women aro driving
Ford cars in tho harvest fields which
aro attached to binders. The care do
tho work much quicker than horses
and furnish more power with, which
to pull tho machlno."
Thoro aro at least a hundred women
In North Platto who drive cars. Why
not havo them help In tho Lincoln
county wheat fields as thoy aro in
Dr. Morrill. Donrist
Notlco of Hearing.
Ih tho county potCtrt of Lincoln
In tho matter of the Estato of John
To all persons Interested In said
Notion is hereby given that Elizabeth
Bratt, Elizabeth M. Baldwin, Jessie M.
Hondy, Graco S. Goodman and Nellie
E. Buckley, (neo Bratt) on Juno 2i,
1918 filed la this court Instruments
purporting to bo tho Jast Will and
Testament of John Bratt, deceased,
and a Codicil thereto, and which Will
and Codicil rolato to both real and
personal estate, and also a petition
praying that tho said instruments be
admitted to probate and .that letters
tostamontary bo Issued to them, upon
tho estato of tho said John Bratt,
deceased and that said petltioni will
bo heard before the county court In
tlio court houso in tno city or Nortn
PlattO, county of Lincoln and state of
Nebraska- on tho 15th day of July,
1918, at oilno o'clock a. m., at which.
timo anyono may appear and contest
tho probate of said Will and Codicil
and show cause, if any thoro bo, why
letters testamentary should not be
lssuod to sold petitioners.
Dated at North Platte, Nebraska,
Juno 21, 1918.
Wm. H. C. WOODHURST,
J25-J12 ' County Judge
Before buying a car be sure to soo mo as I have a numbor
of cars almost iib good as new, which I will sell at a
bargain. Those cars aro not old broken down junk, but
curs which will stand close inspection and will save you
money. Would bo pleased to havo you call and see these
A. M. B LIT ME
Tiriir'tii -w a m . .
iK&x iASS UAJI rALNTING. 818 North Locust St.
ayMMMHMBBHKMnaHijpft ill iiiiBiii
Since 1 imvo sold the gurago am dolug unto livery from the NorUi Side
Ham,. Jhiy or Night. Telephone 20. Wo mnfco a BpcpJalty of cJrlTOB to
saloa nil oror tho county nt tho rate of 1Wm onts per mile pe person
Those who have enlos throughout tho couutrr plcailo lot ran
- . - r " "
aibo a low cars ior gaio.
Notice of Final Report
Estato No. 1528 of William M. Hay,
deceased in the county court of Lincoln
Tho stato of Nebraska, to all persons
interested in said Estato tako notlco
tnat tno administratrix lias meu a
final account and report of her admin
Istratlon and a petition for -final settle-
men and discharo as sucn admin
istration and for final decreo of dis
trlbutlng which have been set for hear
ing before said court on July 5th, 1918
at 10 o clock a. m. when you may ap
pear and contest tho same.
Dated Juno 8th, 1918.
WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
jll-3wkB. County Judge.
Hospital Phono Black 633.
Houso Phono Black. C33
IV. T. PEITCHARD,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218, south Locust St
one-half block southwest of the
Willi make tho season of 1918 as follows:
Tuosdnys, Thusdays nnd Satur
days nt tho Mogcnsen Feed and Sale
Horn, North Platte, Nob- beginning
Uuhinco of tho Arcok, except Sunday,
nt my farm six miles west of North
Platto nnd thrco-fourtliH of a mile
southeast of Illrdwood 6 witch.
Night Call Hcd 032.-
NABOB was foaled May 24, 1913
and Imported wth h!fll mothor by
North & Robinson, of Grand Island
In Julyi 1913. Was bred by M. Dos-
proz, Department of Orne, in France.
Thia horso wolgha 1780, is clean and
sound In every particular, and is aa
goott aa you will find anywnoro.
Wo invito you to como and aeo this
TERMS- J1B.00 to tnauro colt to
stand and Buck. If mares aro dls
posod of or leave tho country sorvico
fco becomes, due and payablo at onco.
Cars will ho tnVen to prevent
By virtuo of an ordor of salo issued
from, tho District Court ot Lincoln
county, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered In said Court
whoroln Jamoa A. Fiko, la plaintiff
Land Will Outtrlm ia defondant, and to
mo directed, i win on tno i3tn aay o;
July, i.918, at 2 o'clock p. m., at tho
oast front door of tho Court House in
North Platte, Lincoln county, Ne
braska, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, to Batlsfy
said decree, interest and costs, the
following described property to-wlt:
Northwost one-fourth (NWVi) of
section twenty-nlno (29)" In townBhlp
sixteen (10) north of rango thirty-two
(32) wost of tho Blxth P. M. Lincoln
Dated North Platto, Neb., Juno 10th
A. J. SALISBURY, Sheriff
Notlco of Fnnl Report ,
Estato No. 1525 of Henry F. Doobko,
deceased in tho ocunty court of Lincoln
Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all porsonB
Interested In Bald Estato tako notlco
that tho administratrix has fi!d a final
account and report ot her adminlstra
tion and a potition for final settlement
and discharge as audi administratrix
which havo boon sot for bearing be
foro Bald court on July 5th, 1918 at 0
o'clock n. m., whon you may appear and
contest tho same.
Dated Juno 10th, 1918.
WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
Jll-3wks. County Judgo.
Notice of Final Report.
Estato No. 1478 ot Joseph M. Wil
boh, docoasod In tho county court of
Lincoln county. isnDraBKa.
Tho Ptato of Nebraska, to all por
sonn interested in said ostato tako
notlco that tho Executrix hao filed
final account and roport of her ndmin
istratlon and a petition for final
settlement nnd disohargo aa such
which havo beon sot for hearing be
foro said court on July 12tK 1018, nt
donw. but should uuy occur stallion i0 o'clock a. m., ivnwi you-nmy uppaar
ownar will not bo rsponsiblo. ;ami corneal uw bbui.
watea juuo io,
Wm. H. C. WOODHrRRT,
2 Cents a Pound.
Must by dry and packed in
We pay big price, for Scrap
Iron and all kinds of
Oae Hall Block North oi Postoftice.
A modarn institution for thi
scientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement casei. -
Completely (equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D.
J.B.RdfieId.k D. J.S. SIMMS, M.D
GEO. B. DENT,
Phsylclan and Surgeon.
Special Attention GIren to Surgery
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Office 130, Residence 115
l)It. HAROLD A. FENTfEB
Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
7 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Office Black 333 Res. Black 1020
Dra. Redfleld & Redfleld
PHYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Office Phone 642 Rea. Phone 678
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.,
Knights of Columbus Building.
DOCTOB D. T. QUIGLE1
Practice Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapj
729 City National Bank Building.
Phono 308 g
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building
North Platte, Nebraska,
All Kluda of Hemstitching Done.
Now Machines sold on payments. Also
second hand machines.
Singer Sowing Mnchlno fio.
H Block north of Post Office
North Platte, Nobraska.
DEBBXBEERY & FORBES,
Undortakora and Funeral Directors
Day Phono 234.
Night Phono Black 538.
PLATTE YALLElf 3I0UN MENTAL
Granlto nnd marble hcndslonos. Tho
oul) ,7ioi Ih P diy. Equipped -with
piiouuintlc muchlnery. Lettering neat,
ly done. All work gunniulecd.
WOOD GATE & ABERNAT1IY,
Cwrutr 7th una Locust, Noita Patto,
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