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I'JUDAY; -JULY lOtli) 1918.
AMERICAN TROOPS STOIi THE
FIFTH GERMAN DRIVE.
The Germans began tholr fifth drive
this week, In their hope to broak
turoutrh to Paris, but the allied lines
have stood Arm. The offensive east
and west of Rhclms' ban had the
brakes applied to It by tho strong re
sistance of tho American, French and
Italian armies. Nowhoro has tho
onomy found It posslblo to 'press for
ward, and tear his way thru opposing
positions to points of vantage.
Sorao gains have been mado but they
nro trivial compared with thoso of
other attacks. Instead of In mllos they
may bo reckoned almost In yards. And
from some of tho (positions captured
tho oncmy havo beon ejected summar
ily under vicious counter attacks de
livered by tho American troops light
ing alone as a unit and Americans
fighting shoulder to shoulder with
tholr French comrades ln arms.
Tacit admission that tho enemy has
beon retardod In tholr assaults, If not
halted, seomlngly Is contained ln tho
latest German official communication,
In dealing with tho fighting of Tues
day, It Bays allied troops on the Marne
front havo delivered "violent countor
attacks," and that to tho oast of
Rholms "tho situation is unchanged.''
Tho only claim mado to any success
by tho communication is that thore
wero "some local successes to the
s&uthwest of Jtholms."
Tho succoses of the Amorlcans and
tho French glvo back to them points
of strategic value on the heights
dominating tho Marne .valley. Tho
Amorlcans nlono recaptured Fbssoy
and Crozancy, cast of Chateau-Thierry
and at ono point near Fossoy drove
back tho enemy across tho rlvor and
took a numbsr of prisoners.
i'arincrH Cure Three Slackers.
Throo Wealthy farmers ln Stafford
county, Kansas, told tholr neighbors
who wore soliciting for tho Rod Cross
that "th'oy had mado tholr own money
and could do as they ploasod With it.'
They gavo tho solicitors to (understand
they wero entirely Indopondont of tho
rost of tho peoplo. Tho Wichita
lleacon -tolls what followed: AH the
farmers, in tho township hold a meet
ing. Some of tho more hot-headod ones
proposed tho use of tar. But ono
philosopher suggested something
worse. "We'll tako them at tholr word
arid havo nothing to do with thorn,"
Everyone prosont Blgnod an agree
ment to cut off an a-eiations wmi tno
throo. Then thoy took tho papor to
town and had tho merchants Bign It.
Tho noxt day ono of tho throo (armors
rirnvo to town In his car to buy some
supplies. "I can't sell you anything,'
said thp morchant. Ho wont to. tho
bank and tho bankor said, '.Horo's
your monoy. .1 don't want your
business." Ho wont to tho garago to
got Bomo gasoline. "I can't loti you
havo it. said tho proprietor. Ho then
went to tho telephone oxchango to
tolOPhono homo for gasoline. "You
haven't uny tolophono," said tho tnan-
ngor. "You are cut off. '
.-ToxEntploycrH of laborers.
UJ. S. Employment offlco, North
Platte. Nob.. July 17 1018.
Tov employers rocoivlng laborers
through tho V S. Employment Sorvico:
Yo will 'ploaso return tho Intro
duction card from Emp. C properly
signed before tho expiration of jthroo
days from dato prosontod,
This is to avert possible attempts
by applicants to mako uso of such
canhi fraudulently as ovldenqo boforo
draft boards or police inquirers, that
thoV aro 'Booking employment
' Tho card must show whether tho
applicant has boen hired or not.
ARNOLD F. HEELER,
Examlnor in Charge.
Ouniittn Roosevelt. Killed.
Lieutenant Quentln Roosovolt, Colo
nel Roofstfvolt's youngest son who has
ben attached to tho American lino
rorca on tno Marno iront, waB kuiou
at Cbateau-Tlilorry on July 14th.
Lieutenant Roosevelt, tho dts'pat,ch
Bays, was roiurning irom a pawn
It was seon that Roosovolt suddenly
lost' control of his machine, having
probably received a mortal wounut ,
On hearlncr the news Colonel Rooao
volt saldj "Quontln'a mother and I arc
vory glad that ho got to tho front and
had tho chance to rendor some sorvlco
to his country und to show tho stuff
thoro was ln hjm before his fato bo
'' This Is n Ileal Snap.
Seven room coltago, full raodorn
within threo blocks of tho Post Of
fice. For quick Bnlo $3,200.00, easy
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON
; ;o: :
10,000 Men Called for AukukL
Provost Mnrahall 'Goneral Crowdor
yoBtorday issued n call for 46,000 men
for tho period botweon August Btlt and
0th. Nebraska's quota will bo 100
men. nri3 thoy will bo aent to Cnmn
Fremont, California, This will tako
probably two or threo men from Lin
This Is tho first gonoral call for
AugUst, during which month tho mil
itary program provides for tho cn-
trammonfof 300.000 men. Some uno
clal calls already Issued account for
,111,1111 oi this numbor.
If you can't work woll ln hot
Vcnthpr tako Prickly Abu Bitters, It
inwlflos tho stomaclk 'liver and bowels
and fortlflos tho body to resist the do
pressing influonco of summer heat
Price $1.25 per bottlo. Gumraero Dont
Drug Co. Special Agents.
VULCANIZING , , ACCESSORIES
NEBRASKA RUBBER WORKS
6th &. LOCUST FILLING STATION. . PHONE 305-
0. A. R, to Portland.
Tho National Encampment of tho
Grand Army of tho Republic moots.
at Portland, Oro. August 19th to 23d
and tho government has fixed a cent
per mllo rato for all mombora of tho
G, A R. and tholr families, all mem-
bors of tho W. R. C, ladles of tho G
a ti Qniin AVvMnoB nn Xf
A. It, Sons of Votorans. Daughters of
Votorans and members of tholr faml
Tickets .will go on salo August
first and will bo good for sixty days.
reduced' rato except .upon nrosgnta-
I T'Sr aT A-?RdSS-
Jif-0-, J KQ5C
a Vrtl , , n..7i1;i
Aiigust lGth on tho BurUngJon anWr-
rlVoat Port and the following Monday
Such train WllK.b& made-Up of Stand-
ard sleeper and chair cars. No tourist
sleepers can bo had befcauso Uoy are
m uso for moving Boldlors. All who
dqslro pul man berths on the ofticlal
trnln fihould wrlto ns Boon as possible
to Ilarman Broas, Adjt aon, Stato;
uVubB, umwm, uu. " "thrown boar s, herds of olophaUtsJ
cupy ono berth in a standard Bleepor !,,, ',.,i i,i
Mir rr toi'pfWnutuo .rate win
bo I1B.G0 for each and or one in
. . . . a ,.. I
uurui uiu r uu win uu fx.u. o uu- fnmIly firild by oxport horsemen to bo
comodato thoso who havo to rldo in'.,,. ' Bt. rV,,i4.i ,ii i.
cha r cars arrangements are being ;oVQr on oxhluUlon nny vhoro at
mado for tho official tral to atop onoi iUl ytlm0 T1 nro Wuo rbbon wln.
night onrouto at Holena,- Mont, and
ono night at Spokane, Washington.
Tho commercial club of Holena hasjUl) r,co of ndir;l8Blon
breakfast at reasonable rates, Spok
ane will no.' doubt do tho Bnmo. ThosO
who doslro to go on other trains and
at othor times aro provllpgcd to do so.
Any fairly direct routo may bo select!
cd for tho return trip. All ,who do
Blro to go from North Plnt.to and vicin
ity should notify. Jv B. Evans, Adit, of
S. A. Dofiglns Post, G . A.'Rii' ajlBOOn
na pos8lblo bo ho , may know how
many cortlfldntos to "procure.
J. S. HOAGLAND,
Dopt Commander G. A R.
Jujy 15 1018.
Board, mqt pursuant to adjournment,
prosont H6rmlnghauBon, and Koch and
county dork. Tho following claims
Wosloy Cocklo, dragging roads,
Com. Dlst 3. $15.00.
T. M. Cohagen, freight and draylng,
Wesley Cockle, road work, Dlst. 10,
Josso Long, road work. Dlst 31, $10.
Thos. McConnoll road work, Dlst.
Frank Ilenooka, rood work, Dlst 49.
Sundry persons, work on south fllll
Horahoy bridge, $100.50.
F. A. Rasmusaon, printing, $53.37.
Vesper McCormlclc, road'work, Com.
Dlst 1, $54100.
Nick BrSaius, road work, B-lst 40,
O. W. Eddy, rofund of taxes, $73.59.
Whoroupojj tho board ndlournos to
July 19. lOjjS.
If your a'np.otito Is, poor and your
stomach and toowola out of order tho
romody you aood Is Prickly Ash Bit
tors. It cleanses tho system of bilious
Impurities, sharpens tho appotlto and
makes you feel lino. Price $1.26 por
hottlo. Qumero-Dont Brug Co. Special
Thti strict of Ixteh" lfts it dtiigttt.l
to tali Iht unctrtainty 01.1 of tire-buxinjl
"THE talks which preceded this described
which to determine the value of tiroes before
The subjects discussed in these talks were:
The Ultimate Test is to Try Michelins.
Nothing Proves Michelin Superiority
Like Actual. Use.
YANKEE ROBINSON SHOW
COMES NEXT WEEK.
Yankee Robinson's 3-rlng Wild
Animal Circus comes to North Platte
noxt Wednosday, July 24th.
Thoro must bo merit to a big ontor-
Priso thls cal bro when t can an
;.,. ,, nrtian. n ,
nounco and present such a now high'
Mnim lit.. P n t ( hii n.l.rrt nlMn,,n nn,...n
fpA,w i :. i
.i,,,. , ,f.
commondablo to tho management, but
nlcncln to th Datron ?
y IB rapidly followed by a thrill-
n'5 program of sklllfuly executed
, t unoqUB,ed ln morIti Capt
,Irv, .8n roup of performing
", Albert wonderful trained polar,
, VnnAmlrflWn mixn.l ermm of
loo,mfdBi Jlgutirfl nnd umaa; Ruth Lo
No anaJhP p0rfOrmlng mountain
llo th 1 d f h,b,.
Qro , , u b, protected
n,.(lllnb. Minn np C()nrbft if
tod , ' d pW, monkoys,
UIIVIIIUIUU O UUUUVIUU UUlDUd J t
Tan CWof d T To ar"0
Ul0 bnew roa', wonders ot tUo quln
nora At tho latest Now York and Bos
ton horso Bhows, and aro nlono worth
Whon an Immense flock of trained
doves and pigeons aro glvon. their lib
erty from Boparato cages, they fly to
tho "prima donna on horso-baclf,"
Mlsa Bosslo Uarvoy, and hovorlng'
about hor form a vory attractive
Another now net that will prove a
novelty is the trained and educated
pigs. Thoso nro( tho first and only
porkors ovor soon on exhibition ln n
family group, doing entirely now and
Ah nn extra feature Stovo Savago
Before buying a car be sure to see me as I have a number
of cars almost as good as now, whichI will sell at a
bargain. These cars aro not oll broken down junk, but
cars which will stand close Inspection and will save you
money. Would bo' pleased to have you call'and see these
A. M. BliXTMB
FIRST CLASS CAR PAINTING.
SInco I haro sold the garago nm dolnf? auto jltoryfrom tho North Sldo
Barn,, Day 0? Night. Tolophono 20. Wo wake n specialty ot drives to
sales all 0or tho county at tho rate o( flte centi per Ue per' iters oa.
Those ho hate alo throughout
Also a few curs for sale. Night Call Hod COS.
many tests by
you buy them.
and his athletic company of famous
wrestlers will be seon at both tho
afternoon and night exhibitions.
" It Is a ticklish Job to cross a swit
Btream but Blue Blazes Rawdon (Win.
S. Hart) accomplishes this without
turning a hair. Seo him at tho Keith
Monday and Tuesday.
German Loss Is Heavy.
Casualties sustained by tho German
troops in tho offonsivo this week are
estimated to numbor 100,000, accord
ing to news received In London from
tho battle front ln Franco.
Tho position for tho allies at .the
prosont stage of the German offensive
ln France It said to bo distinctly sat
isfactory. Tho Fronch losses aro stat-
ed to havo boon very small. They
havo lost no guns, tho roport declares.
JUST IN TIME
Some North Plntto Tooplo Mny W'nlt
Till it's Too Late.
Don't wait until too lato.
Bo suro to be in time.
, Just ln time with kidney ills.
, Moans curing tho backache, tho dlz
zlness, the urinary disorders.
That so often come with kidney
Bonn's Kidney Pills aro for this
Hero Is North Platte testimony of
Mrs. J. R. Baskins, 323 W. Eighth
St., says: "My kidneys had been
I woro the cause of my poor heath. I
toit urea ana ueprosseu and was
?horvoua. I was taken with dizzy
"J""0 V nilUhO lvlwt U llij UJ Ut7
T linln'f nnnn unltirr Tlrtn'a Tllnnf
. . v 4 , uvva uua a luutiuj
Pills long beforo I felt much bettor
I Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a klndey remedy get
, Doan'a Kidney Pills tho same that
Mrs. Baskins had. Fostor-Mllburn
Co.. Mfgrs., Buffalo. N. Y.
S18 North Locust St.
tho country please let me know.
LINCOLN COUNTY CLUB N0TES.4
(By BenJ. M. Johnson.)
" If cheap rulTbers or old rubbers aro
used ln canning It will mean a loss ln
tho canned ..product
The earthing season In Lincoln
bounty Is hero. This year wo must
Can, dry or probably do without Tho
Government wnrnB us It may need all
the factory canned and othorwlso pre
pared product In providing tho allies
and our soldlors with food. Thoro aro
various methods of canning, but tho
easiest, simplest and best method for
tho homo is without doubt the cold
pack method. This method will be
demonstrated ln various places ln the
county during tho months of July and
Remember It Is a patriotic duty to
preserve eggs for winter uso and
salo. Ono quart of watorglass will
preserve 15 dozen eggs, tho water
glass costs about 50 cents a quart. It
may be purchased at any drug store.
Boll -9 quarts of wator, let cool, add
tho watorglass, pour In a 5 gallon
crock, cover with a board or glass,
and drop into the solution only fresh
clean and preferably infertile- eggs.
When I was ap'polnted Lincoln
County Club Leader last spring, I was
Impressed that It was my duty to
visit all tho gardens ln tho county but
later Instructions outlined my work
to be entlroly different therefore you
members cannot expect personal
visits from me. Through the coopera
tion of tho people I hopo to organize
tho Boys' and Girls Club work to tho
extent that overy member may re
colvo individual assistance next year.
This Is our first year in this work and
too much must not be expected.
The Artificial Ice and
, Cold Storage Co.
Announce! that It Is prepared to fur.
rilsh all consuiners-ivlth DEEP WELL
PHONE 40 and your orders
will be Promptly Filled.
NORTH PLATTE'S MODERN FUNERAL
AUTO SERVICE LADY ATTENDANT
PHONES DAY' 623. NIGHT 930.
. 600 LOCUST.
2 Cents a Pound.
Must by dry and packed in
We pay big price for Scrap
Iron and all kinds of
One Hall Block North oi Postoftice.
A modarn institution for the
scientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Complttely cqulppod X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. D. Dent. M. D. 'Y. Lucas, M. D.
J, B. Rcdfield, M. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D,
WANTED - RAGS
2 to 3 cents per pound.
Wo also pay tho highest market
prlco for hides, all kinds of Junk
NORTH TLATTE HIDE, IKON
& METAL CO. Phono Bod 200.
ALBE11T A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Belton Building
North Platto, Nebraska.
DERRYBERRY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day Phono 234.
Night Phono Black 538.
PLATTE VALLEY MOUNMENTAL
Granite and marble koadstonos. The
only sbop ln the city. Equipped vrltli
pnonmatlo macklnery. Letterlag neat
ly done. All work guaranteed.
WOOD GATE & ABERNATHY.
Corner 7th and Locust, North l'attc.
GEOf B. fDENT,'
riisylclan and Surgeon.
Special Attention Give to Surgery
Offlco: Building &sLoan Building
Phones: Offlco 130, Besidonco 115
DH. 1IAKOLD A. FENNEIt
Office hours 9 a, m. to C p. m.
7 p. m. tot 8 p. m.
Office Black 333 "' R03. Black 1020'
J. B. REDFIELD.
PHYSICIAN Si SURGEON
Drs. Rcdfleld & Rodfleld
PHYSICIAN St) SUBOEONS HOSPITAL
Office Phone 642
Rea. Phone 670
Office ph,one Ml. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROS T,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLET
Practice Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
788 City National Bank Building..
Hospital Phono Black 633.
Houso Phone Black 633
IV. T. PRITCHAUD,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218, south Locust St.
ono-half block southwest of tho
JOnN IV. COCHRAN
ED. L. TIERSON
"Golden Rule" Landmen.
Offlco over McDonald Bank.
Office Phono 113C Res. Phono 1120
Notice of Flnnl Report.
EatntO Nn. 1K3R nf tlia natnto
Francis E. Snyder, deceased in tho
county court of Lincoln county, No-
Tho state of Nobi-nalrn in nil
Interested in said estate tako notlco
mat tne aammistrator has filed a
final account and rnnnrt rf tita nHmln.
Istratlon and a petition for final settle
ment and discharge as such adminis
trator, which has been set for hearing
boforo said court on .Tnlv 2fifh" mis
at 9 o'clock a. m., when you may ap
pear ana coniest tno samo.
JJatea July 1, 1918.
Wm. H. C. WOODHTTRST.
July 2-3wks County Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate No. 1EGK of f!arvHno TaMt.
deceased ln tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
TUo Stato of Nebraska, ss: Credi
tors of said estate will tako notlco
that the time HmltPil for nrPBAntnttnn
and filing of claims against said
Estate Is Novemeber 2, 1918, and for
settlement or salu Estate Is Juno 28,
1919: that I Will sit at thn rrmntv
court room In said county on August
2. 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m., and on
tsovemoer 2, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
to receive, examlno, hear, allow, or
adjust all claims and nhlenttnn dnlv
WM. H. c. wnrinmmsT
J2-30 Countv Judore.
Notice to Crmlltors.
Estate No. 15C4 of Thomas Simantdi
doceased in the county court of Lin
coln county, Nebraska.
Tho stato of Nebraska, ss : Creditors
of said estate will tako notlco that
tho time limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said Estate Is
October 26th, 1918, and for settlement
of said Estate Is June 21, 1919; that
I will sit at tho county court room in
aald county, on July 2G, 1918, at nlno
o'clock, a. m., and on October 2G, 1918,
at nlno o'clock a. m., to receive, ex
amine, hoar, allow or adjust all claims
and objections duly filed.
Wm. H. C. WOODHURST,
J25-4-wks. County Judge.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF LIN
COLN COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
In the matter of tho Estate of
Sophia Federhoof, deceased.
Order of hearing on final report ot
Now on this 11th day of July, 1918,
camo G. S. Huffman, tho Executor of
said estate, and filed herein his final
account as such Executor, and asks
to bo discharged, and for a decroo of
final settlement of such estate. It is
therefore ordered that tho 6th day of.
August, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m. at my
offlco ln North Platte,, fJobraska, bo
fixed as tho tlmo ana place for exam
ination and nllowanco of said roport
Tho heirs and devisees of Bald de
ceased, and all persons interested In
snld Estato aro required to appear at
tho tlmo and placo so designated, and
show 'cause, if any exists, why said
account should not bo allowed. It is
further ordered that a copy of this
order bo published in tho Semi-Weekly
Tribuno of North Platto. Nebraska,
for threo week-j prior to tho day set
for said hoarlng.
Hated July 11, 1918.
Wm. H. C WOODHURST,
Jll 3wks. County Judge.
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