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NORTH PLATTE, NE&., JULY 23, 19)8.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. -
No. ' 58
WL BREAKOUT 800
ACRES ON 1 & H. RANCH.!
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Bight hundred l acres o ladd I on tho
Plzor and Ilalllgan ranch six miles
SffSlf r Td IdS winter"
this fctamer and seeded to winter,
concluslon yesterday. Tho iwork or
necqssary tractors and plows can bo
The ?ln"JL2? d.diU.0Lr5:
"nueUI":u.:". i""B. J"L.1"?.1
SSS soldiers andtUe
SI?!' ai1(i C.!OMO Ul pro":
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fall is exodllont farm land, and with
from 800 acres wlCl materially In-,
croaso mo toxai proaucuon oi wncm
In the county.
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Agrccmont. . i
X'nrfV. TJInttn Mnl.r Tnlv 1 Q 1 01 S
We tho -undersigned hereby mtor
into iflie i)otlowlng agreement, thttt
wnoreas, wo anu eacn or us. aro ongag
(1 to tho running, operating and con
diflctlng mieiat markets in Uie city of
North Platto, Nebraska, and as such
butchers and proprietors of said meat
markets have been and aro running
and conducting a delivery In connec
tion with our said business, and
Whereas tho great demand ior help in"
hereby agreo by and between our
selves to discontinue the said delivery
of any and all meats and merchandise
sold or dispo'sed of in our places oM
business (as so aforesaid In said city
and wo and each of us obligates our
solves each to tio other In the-penal
sum of Ono Hundred Dollars as liqui
dated damagos for the faithfUl ipor
!formanco of tlils agieemejitj This
agreement, to bo in full force and ef
fect FROM and. after tlio first day of
Attgust 1918 to 'August the first 1919.
BRODBEOK & SON.
' I. L. STEBBINS,
' GEO. P. SMITH.
' For Sale. N ;
1120. acres of geod Sandhill" gracing
land,. Iprice" $8,00 per acre. -Also 240
acres" almost Valley land adjoining
above 'tract, priced at ?10.00 per acre.
These ''tracts aro only J 1 miles from
North Platte and can give terms on
MILTOXBERGER & LEINlfNGER,
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Don't Miss This Photoplay
'"Stranded in Arcady"
With MRS. VERNON CASTLE
The best. knovn The best dressed
Woman irt the World
itfht at the
Children's Summer Dresses
Voile Dresses from one of the very best
factories in this country and the style and
, workmanship cannot be surpassed. We
have priced them so they will close out
$1.48 $1.98, S2.4& $2.98, $3.98 and S4.98
These Dresses are made from nice Voiles and
better styles of Ginghams with touches of hand work
We also offer two lots of Middy
Blouses to fit Children from 8
to 14 years of age at .......
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Wilcox Department Store.
I SCOTT REYNOLDS BUYS THE
MYLANDER RANCH FOR 70,000.
Ono of tho largest real estate deals
fl reContly- wbag con8UramiUod the
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lurclS 1400 Ac otThe
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nd floll j makln BaJo Wr
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sale Includes the tract on -which, aro
tocated tho buildings and the grove.
The land adjoins on the west tho rauch
uuu vi buu uu)L kuiiuiai luuiA ui&u
cattle ranches in this section of IKe.;
'state. A large portion of tho tract
purcnaseq lsinno, vauey iarm jana,
..1.,,,.. .. thA
flttnnrnil AVI Hi tnillnn- TTntru-
JCTarl Lunkwitz. of tho Blrdwood,
onntrv. wim iins his intitnir in ronrt
1 V'.x.Dv. ......
ciiKlt regularly, was arraigned before
Tifflon Wnnfllnirct vnatnn1ni ni tlin
"chargo of killing eight hogs belonging l
to his neighbor. Lyman Reed. Lunk-
wltz pleaded mot guilty and was ptac-'
nwlor of ? flflft Tor n l.onrlnrr
pext Friday. Ho furnished bond and
was allowtrtl his liberty.
On account of so many com
it bccome& necessary for a strict en-,
forcemeht of the stato law regarding !
the Use of cut-outs aa automohlles .
1 - ' All n . -j
and motorcycles are notified that' the
uso of cut-outs ' In tho city will re-
sult m arrests . -
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About fifty inombors of the Hbme
Guards drilled with rifles last venT
ins and made a very good showing.
Captain Shilling announced that the
committee, appof'nted to c'.oct uni
forms WQuld reroort this week ' and
that an ordw would be placed immedfc
Mrs, C. JPas8 writes fom Washing-
ton under date of Thursday that Mr.
Pass would be releas-d from the Has-
pltal' the following day. While on their
wedding ;tri'p to Washington Mr.' Pass
submlttedi to an operation for throat
Miss Edwlna Keliher, of Chicago, Is
visiting relatives, having arrived- from
eiticaeo Sunday. " ' . ,
I, A- Gilbert and family wor,e victors
in 'finwiii f3nndnv. tnaWne, 'ihm l.rln hv
.auto..: .j&ii6t&taiim- .?gueatlsakHumhtatc.fe;
time vou will need them we
a fine assortment
F013IER NORTH PLATTE JUAN
IS KILLED IN OKLAHOMA.
A tologruni received Sunday by Mrs.
Viii. Coloman from Miiskogeo, Okla.,
announced that her son Sam J .Smith
bad boon killed in tho. oil fields by, tho
explosion of a bollor. Mrs. Coloman.,
accompanied by hor daughtor, Mrst
Chos. Vornon, 16ft for Muskogtb Sun-
Tlie deceased was well known in
North Plalto, having boon engaged na
a plumber whilo a tesldent of tho city,
hi H.V I. nfr wn ; a
McGa'when it was erected,!
in won r in iiirmnnma n rn in n ni
sidinc thcro. . .
Drew n Gnu, Fined $15. '
George Razes, proprietor of the
Dowoy street shoo shining parlor, was
une iE Qnu cosl8 ,ul coumy court
.yesterday for assaulting H. L. Ponh-
Mgton. Tho latter wetot In the Itoze?
SHOP anU UPDralUeU U10 UrCOICS CHJ-
ployed there for not talking English
0"1" anSer and going into an.
adpoiuing room CaillO OUt With a 45-
automatic revolvor which hej
threatened to uso on Tonnlngton. In
court Rases pleaded guilty and not
omy pam inojine ana cobm, mit is d6 wllllo llvltf ,u , t .
Plaints'e301, rJLVlPl, a ..yrbliminary IvmrK
...... . - . . 1 i 1
'was srtbieot to confiscation- by, the
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a rfli,S 7 Thhvr
n, i, ,i. " V..-;:;
waM tonl u Bt ft. , t . lbck tm
ico)sb; coByeniion to no noiu Maurs
tlav. .Tulx Iffith. and for tli tranaaGtlon
couaU: coovontlon to b hold Thurs"
I'm luou vi t. vj i. uv. 1. 1 lit. uuiumiv rn ui j
of 8Uch htislnawa as may come
before the dauou
E. S. DAVIS.
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iilrs. Nowiuiyi Dins at Jiilcsburg,
Mrs. M. J. Newton, for' many yeVrs
a resident ot North Platto, but who for
several -years had made her homo at
Julesburg, died Sunday. The remains
w2 bo -brought to this city tomorrow j
morning' arid funeral services hold at
Ufo Methodist "church tomorrow after-
. noon. '
rmT.i fA i,a. i,,.
i lift i ;iiT nni i f iHiiinR wni lmn n Knnin. t
of ' llt? m;
Miss'. Helen Burns. 6
arrived tho latter
Mrs. W. II. Munger will entertain
, una sui?ruuuii -uuiupniutMitury iu invts,
part or last wee. Ing,,ales last week : All Sec. 12 T 14
j J With our lonse grinding plant wo
Wanted a girl for general house-'are able to offer ono day service on
work. App;y to Mrs. J. S. Slmms, 403 j broken lense or now. HARRY DIX
south Sycampro. jON & SON, Optometrists. ,
Work on the new Hawley & McGov-1 Houselvold furniture for sal Mrs.
ern picture .show is being rushed and Maior Walker. 118 W .id airnnt.
J .. .1 I i.1 HHn A.. i 1 . ...Ill 1. . . .1 . .
liiuicuLiuua uiu uiul ik win uu icuuy
to be opened some tinna next week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Harboldt leave
by auto Wednesday on a trip to Kansas
City whore they will visit friends. Mr.
Harboldt Is one of tlia solicitors for
the Fidelity in3uranco company.
c and 79c
NOMINATION FILINGS FOR
OFFICES CLOSE SATURDAY.
Saturday was tho last day for nomi-l
nation nungs ror political oKlcos, and
following names will, appoar on
tho ballot at tho ririmarr election to
l)o hold August 20th lot county of-
freest 4 '
County Clork A. S. Jtillbn, Lucille
County TMnsuror S. M Soudor.
County Sheriff A. J, Salisbury.
County Commissioner, Second Dls-
trlet E. H. Springer.
County Surveyor Paul G. Meyer.
Attorney-si. T. Keefo.
1?Rcprescntn1ivo G8th District E.. S
avis. Lincoln Carpenter,
Police MnirtRtrntn T T. "ATlUrfti.
4 Domocrnt. '.
I Shnrirt Cyrus Russoll.
JCoiflnty Attomoy John "G rant, Losllo
I Commissioner Second! District
Jhmos W. Rose,
-auouniy juugc w. H. C. WoOdhurst.
Mexican Bound Ovr.
iTIio Mexican who cut and slashed
UX Zu' V,V", "u:,"""'7"
" IIILU U, IVILILU klL'VUllll WIH1KS
" "mv.hu TIWUUHMIPI. J UD Ivl Kill V
and was bound ovwr to district court
uio sum or $a,uuu. iNot Doing nblo
10 Bururo oonu .110 was romanueu
ft"-. .Ht8'. whq has barn in aj
cni capital slnco tho affray occur-
. was able to appoar in court and
, Passes Awny Lust Nlghl. -'
Mra. Nemnnh. mother of E. F. See'
bareer. bassod away last nieht at tffo
inceu ago .or oiguty-slx. The- fla,
uwwvu KUUUItiU , 1UJUIIUH "III' U XHllJ
uu buuojoui .injuries m a lan 1
njurBuuy morning ot mBt .weeic anu
th8 hasbfined . tho end. For twonty
fojr cr more hours preceding hor pass
ing away Mrs. Nowman nan boon un
Funeni: sbrvices will bo hold at tho
Muse at ono o'clock todayr and -tho
Wiafhs taken to Sigournovv Iowa, on
2 this ,aftornoon-for Intermont
L.1" - w. faizemoro and daughtor
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R. 29 to Fred R. Finch,' Maxwell NW&
oup. jia, X il K. ;u to W A. Chamber
Shorter, bf Chicago, loft yesterday for
Penver cp a. visit. Thoy will return
via Choyenno and spend a day at tho
Frontier Days celebration.
Mrs, R M. Gathers and mother Mrs.
Mrs. C. R. Mcrey ontortained ln
favor of Miss Ruth Streitz and her
friend, Miss Helen Burns, of Lincoln,
A lot of wash satin waists aro being
solid at THE LEADER MERCTcO., at
$3.65, some worth up to $8.50, most
all sizes. t
Miss Dulclo Frater, who made ap
plication to outer, tho division of
nurses, has been accepted and leaves
todayv for Camp Dodge to enter tho
W. R. Maloney loft, last evening for
Lincoln where heSvi'll attend fl. meeting
of the state board of health. From
Lincoln he will go to Chicago to
transact business for "a fow days.
Groat reductions on wash skirts at
THE LEADER MERC. CO. Ono lot at
$11Kr up to $4.00 values. Another lot
at $3.45 worth n:p to $7.00. At these
prices thoy -will go quickly.
Word has been recelvd in town an
nouncing the death of Mrs. Florence
Love at Fort Collins, Col., on Sunduy.
Mrs. Lovo was thw wife of tho Into
Col. David Lovo and a sister of Geo.
and James Shoup of Sutherland.
I Mrs. t-T TV Ttnnn nnrl nnn. ivhn hml
boon visiting Mrs. Adda Turple, re
turned to their home in Omaha this
morning. Mrs. Raco is a daughtor of
IMr. and Mrs. A. S. Brown who woro
(residents of North Platto twonty-flvo
i years ago.
J A lot of womon and misses wash
; drosses in ginghams, voiles, -organdies
and other material Odds and ends -of
this season's soiling aro now hoing
i old at Just one-half tho start of tho
. reason prlco. Saio now on nt THE
I EADER MERC, CO.
J A woman dressed In Jumper anil
oralis, accompanied by a small child,
vo into tho depot this morning, tho
o having stcCon .their- way from
, i oytclnno to this city on a freight
t ..in. Tho woman said sho liad been
v rklng for tho Union Paclrfc In
( ''vnnnn Imf Vinrl.hnnn rofnanil n nnau!
. J J 1 . V ......... u v.. . .1. ..... V. '...l.f
-i" ' Wm a thirty .days visit In Hershey
f Lincoln, loathe and OitalrtHn. Kit,
Cement SItl own lie llldn
r,io Board of Education will recolvo
hi'5! up to tho hour of nooa August
Ct . 1.918, for tho material and con
struction of a comont sidewalk, ac
r i'ng to tho specifications adopted
by )he City of North Platto .upon tho
north side of Block 144, Franklin
School, also tho construction of threo
cement water drains 9 Inches wldo
from school building to street. Meas
urements may bo liad from City En
gineer. A F STREITZ, Socretary.
GENERAL RED CROSS WORK
TOCLOSE UNTIL SEPT. 1st,
Mrs. F. Vy Rlnokor, director of work
or tho Rod Cross chapter hands Tho
Trlbuno tho following for publication:
"On account of the-Bnamltv nf mn
torials and shipping conditions tho
.Contral Division has commanded tho
R'.,tl Croas not to purchaso any moro
materials In tho open market, sMli as
,gauzo, yarn or matorlal foi' garments.
i Futuro work -vvllt bo assigned to tho
Chapter by quota and tho material will
bo sent direct from tho Cqntfal Dlvls-
"Wc havo decided to closo tho gen
eral work room next Saturday until
tho first of September; also th, North
SIdo work room.
"Tho knitting room wilt bo opon
Tuesdays and Saturdays from two un
til flvo o'clock.
"Tho surgical dressing room In the
fodoral building will 1io opon after
noons on- Monday, Wednesdays and
Fridays and In tho Washington school
Tuesdays and Thursdays until our
quota Is complotod.
"Tho military rollef commlttoo will
bft in tho surgical drying room
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays to
recolvo and glvo work to brnnehps and
,: ;o: !
NES ABOUT THE BOYS
'WHO ARE IN SERYfCE.
Ezra Dowhowor, who "spent last
wook jvltlrtho home folks, returned to
n.. ... ta .1 ci a .. -
0 viuuj, uuuijU'Ouimuj' nuuriiouii,
Limit. Cody Bortl arrived from'Cnmp
Cody Friday to visit his wife -and child
for a fow days. "
,Homor and Dolbort Poaso. who had
lot,yoetorday for, Camp Cody. .
A card received SnnHnv 1iv Utr. nml
Mra P. M. Surenepn announced-tho
safe amval oversoas 6f their son
A card rocoiVcd Sunday announced
the safe arrival la Franco of Reginald
W. Hanson a former member of Com
- A card received by Mr. and Mrs. E.
Wf . Croas Sunday annouil.cqd ,th6 aafo
arrival . overseas o tlioir sonLlout.
Merrill Cross. " ,
A card rqcolved In town Saturday
announced tho arrival toverseap of
Calvin Duckwortli, who wont to Camp
Cody with Co. E last fnM.
iA card rocelred yostord.ay Afternoon
leas than nlnotydays ng9.- ,v
Itex Anderson, stationed with tho
coast artyiory at San Francisco, 'ar
rived homo yesterday to visit hit
parents, who live north of tho rlvor.
Julian Walker, who went to Omaha
last wook to onllst In tho navy was
accepted and passed through Satur
day morning onrbulo to tho Map?! Is
land navy yafd, -California,
Lieut Earl W. Fetter, who has
boon in tho army medicai: school at
Cornoll University, writes that ho has
passed Ills final examinations and wlI
probably soon bo sont overseas.
Mrs. J. R, McWllJlaniB' received .a
card yostorday that her son Robert
had arrived in France. "Bob",oMlsted
la tho railway engineering corps about
two months ngo and was sent to
Camp BonJ. Harrison at Indianapolis.
tt t J . . d a mi
writes that no 8 in Uio raa o sorv ce "","""' !; . TA hn
and has so advanced that ho can take' J0" fiZt
mcesages- off-tho wires, -They go to led V -Snllment wSl
.M,ni .i i..n n ,u fi,.n INurso Rosorvo. Tho .emTollment win
Tlie officers aro giving Instructions in
bayonet work, which Harry says is
some, trick; If you don't got 'em with
tho bayonet they, got them with tholr
hands. Thov ar'o thus nre'narlnE the
1oyn for hand-to-hand conflict with
, the Huns.
An officer writcB that the pessimls-i
tic isolf-pltyiug l'cttora that so many
of tho parents wrlto to tholr hoys In
sorvico aro doing moro to injure tho
morala of tho lighting forcos of' Ant
erica than anything olso. Ho said that
tho letters which ho is asking parents
not to write are Just tho kind that
many mothers are very apt to wrlto
whero thoy Ml their son not tb lonrn
to hato, to remember tho early teach
ings of justice, gentleness and klnd-
noss, expros3 tho hope that thy may
not haYo to kill any of the onomy, toll
how hard things aro going at -homo,
how tho work la Jagging becauso the
hoys aro not thoro to do it, and tvlong
Hieiut. Cody Bonl, who hnd hoon visit
ing his family fora fow days roturnod i
to Camp Cody this morning. j
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For professional oyo sorvico see!
HARRY DIXON fc SON, Optometrists. 1
"The Doctor and the Woman"
vTaken from Mary Roberts Rinehart's "K."
Featuring MILDRED HARRIS
An intimate disclosure of life as we live it ,
Wednesday and Thursday, July 24-25 ;
YANKS TH01V OFF COATS, '
ROLL SLEEVES AND DASH.
A young (pollu who lost his hand in
tho fighting July 18 arVived lift Paris
Sunday. Ho bolonged to a regiment
which was In lmmdlato contact with
tho American troops. In a conversation
1m said: , 1
"Tho flghthig of tho Americans was
a rovolntion to us. Thoy could hardly
wait until tho word was given to go
ovor tho top. Thoy seemed impatient
to got at tho bodies.
"When finally tho word caitoo, thoy
leaped ovor tho trenches, aomb oE'them
pooling off their coats after' running
a fow hundred meters In tho groat boat ,
and fighting, in tlioir. shirt aleovos'
"Tho finest thing of tho combat was
tho dash of tho Ahiorleans," "writes
Lieutenant Entrayguos, tha special
correspondent at tho front for tho
Tomps. "It was a lino thing to see.
thoso grand Mlows, with their tunics
thrown off and their shirt sleeves roll
kA up abovo tholr elbows, wading tho
rlvora with tho Water to tholr should
ers, and throwing thomsolyes on the
bocho Uko bulldogs.
"Anyone who has seen such a sight
knows what tho Amorlcan army is
good for, honcoforth and to thf end
of tho war. At tho sight of thoso'
men, magnificent In tholr youth, physi
cal force, good temper and dasli,"tho
.Germans ilod 'with, every lfeg' or sur
rendered wlthQUt awaiting tho order to
throw away tholr arms and tako off
tbalr, feuspondora, which Is tfto . first
thing a 'prisonprHs told to do n ordor
that ho'lnay bo, com polled to keop his
hands employed and out of mlsclilof.
"Tno Germans' hurrlod toward our
' iff.?6 lVPK3lt&' lmESnrd
that ev-or mother In Franco
jwho jna lMt a 8()n Jn tho wr.could
' havn ftflen Ihnt nnlh nlehL Thev would
Ihnvo seen thomsolvea avenged, and It
would Have boon ACini consolation to
thonx In thor Borrow." " .
(From tho Lebanon Ky., Enterprise.)
Tho marriage of Miss IIlldft-Goodltf,
of t tills city to Mr, Chnrkis Pasa-i, or,
North Platte, . Nebraska, was quietly
solemnized at St Augustlno's ohttrch
yoaterday . morning nt 5:30 o'clocic.
Tho ceremony was! porformed by tho
Rov. Joseph -A. Hogarty and took plftco
in tho prosiepco of a 'number of friends.
Tho attendants woro MJas, Julln Qood
lu, sister of ho bride, and Mr. Leo
Goodln. and soon after (he marriage
Mn and MrsPass left for a, bridal trip
0 MiV;ongtigemont of -the young
peolpci and tho wedding cams as a
pleasant surprlso to tho many frjonds
of tho bride. . . - ,
Mrs.1 Pass -Is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R, G. Goodln and ono tho- city's
most talented voting Vpnkm. Sho
poBSossoa an imuijVally boautlful voIc6
and is well known5 in musical circles
ovor tho stato. Sho has heem studying
nt tho Loulsvlll'a Conservatory- of
MhhJc and graduated from the conser
vatory In Juno.
Mr. Pass Is a prominent and success
ful business man of North, Platte. At
tho , conclusion of tholr wedding trip
tlioy will go' to North Platto nvhero
thoy will mate tholr Iiomo.
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2.',()00 Studoiit Nurses Wimtcty
BocauBo the nation's' reserve lifts
been- depleted by tho calling of liter
ally thousand of graduate' nurses for
pervjeo m military anu naviu iiooim.-
alB, It IB absolutely ) necessary 1m
bt!6,n July iJm-
Ihipcrlnl rrlnco Calls for Jfolp.
Frederick WUUnm, the Gorman 1m-
nnrini crown nrlnco. has been obliged
to call for help from his cousin, Crbwn
Prlnco RUpprechor Havana, uorama
divisions from tho army in tho north
havo peon hurried down to protect tlm
western Hank of the defeated army,
which haB bden driven back ovor -tlie
Marnd and ejected from Chateau
Thlorry by Franco-American troops.
Please Go 'Way
THE MAN WHO WQKE-U'P
- With Pautln Stark
Crystal, Wednesday, July 24
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