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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1918)
This department, so pop.
ulnr with gift seekers Is
fihiays maintained nt
standard. I'lilijue and
pleasing gifts may lie
selected' here for
"Izn and Wo nen
Our fall line lias recently
come In. It Is replete
with all the newest things
of die year. We will lie
pleased to Iiave you eall
and look t hem ner with
out any obligation to
Jeweler ami Optif inn
LOCAL AM) PERSONAL
Mrs. Alfretla Barnell has sold the
Inst of her three houses on west Third
street to R. II. Anderson.
B. H. Fite Is making arrangements
to erect a resldenco on a lot he owns
in the Buffalo Bill sub-division.
Those desiring iiu masks can obtain
them at thevRed Cross Canteen rooms
Plenty ure on hand for all applicants.
Gas Pep for cold weather to savo
Gas. Hendy & Ogier Auto Co.
Conductor E. A. Hamilton has pur
chased the Harry Hall ranch of 5S0
acres south of Welltleet for a consid
eration of $1S,50.
A few exceptional bargains in sec
ond hand Fords. Ilendy & Ogier Auto
A program and pie social will bo
given at the school house in District
, 99 this Friday evening, to which the
public Is invited.
For Rent Furnished room. Girls
preferred. S17 E. 5th. Phone Red
G61. . 2
R. L. North, who had been braking
on the west end of the Wyoming di
vision returned Wednesday and will
work out of this terminal.
Sebastian. Rupert and Joe Schwaig
er returned the early part of the week
from Portland where they attended
the funeral of their brother-in-law,
Mr. Pollock, " . -''
Willam A. Garton, formerly of the
Golden Rule, store, Is here this week
from Scotts Bluffs. He is making ar
rangements to enjist in some branch
of the service.
A few exceptional bargains hi sec
ond hand FgnlsiHcndy & pglqr Auto
V-"J- . , .... ,' .
Editor and Postmaster Rasmussen,
of Hershey, having 'Just recovered
from an attnek of iiu, says it is no
joke, and the inference is he had a
rather serious time.
Miss M. liemnn. steam bathp nml
Swedish Massage, ladies and gentle
men. Phone 897. Brodbeck bldg S5tf
Hifgh Songer, living southwest of
tJowiL 'is making arrangements' to
build a new home. The old "soddy"
which has sheltered Hugh andhis
family for a good many years, has
practically ceased to be inhabitable.
Mrs. George, Rodgers left wVdnofi
day fir a visit with friends in the
east part of the state.
Mrs. Geo. A. Austin went to Oma
ha Wednesday to visit hor daughter
.Irs. J. K. Hayes for a few days.
Albert Muh'oon was down from
"galnllu yesterday visiting Mrs. Mul
doon and transacting business.
Marvin Elliott left this week for
(Lincoln where he will enter the stud
, cuts training class at Cotner Unl
'.vcrflty. For Rent Furnished room for lady,
two blocks from court house; no
light housekeeping; also small garage
Inqulra nt Tribune office.
i W. F. Carlson, who purchased part
of tho Turple ranch, has asked per
mission of the local building commit
tee of the war Industries board to
erect a residence on tho land. Tho
tract he purchased has no buildings.
Our big cash purchase of over a
yoir ugo enables us to sell to our
patrons blankets at last year's prices.
Our stock Is limited so wo advise you
to select you Winter needs now n
small deposit will hold them for von
at THE LEADER MERCANTILE CO.
Clyde Frlsto, of the postofflce force,
has taken a vacation and will spend
tho time on his father's farm at Dick
ens. Clyde failed to pass tho militnry
physical examination, being too light
for his height. He will husk corn, eat
hearty meals and perhaps thereby In
creaso his nvcirdupois.
I Vote for D. M. Anisborry of Broken
Bow for Secretary of State. Ho is a
epryscyitatlve !of Astern Nebras
It is understood that some time in
the early spring tho government will
float another Liborty Loan, tho re
ported figures of which are ten bil
lion dollars. Lefer come; Lincoln
county will be ready with her quota,
which will be in the neighborhood of
nine hundred thousand.
A lieutenant and a private arrived
in town Wednesday for the purpose of
accompanying the Lincoln county
contingent to Camp Kearney, Calif.,
the suspension of tho order to entrain
not having been issued until they had
left their camp. They are now await
ing orders to whether to stay here or
return to their camp.
Seven Buffalo county bond slackers
wore taken before tho council of de
fense of that county Wednesday and
directed to subscribe in sums rang
ing from $500 to $1500 each. Others
will.be brought before the Council.
Wo publish this to show that in coun
ties othor than Lincoln those who
failed to subscribe according to their
means have been compelled to In
crease .ineir subscriptions.
Jce Schwaiger Monday received
fifty dollars from his son Paul, who
is on the firing line in France, re
questing that it be invested in war
savings stamps to help win the war.
Here is a boy who is not only risking
his life for his country, but is saving
money from his meagre salary to
,help out Uncle Sam financially.
Should not tills bring a blush of
, shame to; the fellows who had to bo
ueggeu to uuy a Liberty Bond of a
Sheriff Salisbury and Clyde Trotter
went to Brady Tuesday where they
were augmented by a squad of Home
Guards who drove to the ranch of
jJaek, McKonna north of that village
.and secured a $1400 subscription to tho
"""L" inuuxiy loan, .icivenna had
up to that time invested but $100 in
war savings stamps and the visit of
tho Home Guards was for the purpose
of inducing him to subscribe accord
ing to his means. Ho made no ob
jection to subscribing his quota.
YOUR car starts smoothly
and is away with a whirr
when Polarine, the uniform,
carbon-free lubricant is used.
Winter's cold doesn't stiffen-up
Polarine neither does intense
heat make it ''run thin" or break
up. Polarine stands both ex
tremes, and eliminates power
taking friction. No burned bear
ings, or scored cylinders with
At any of our Service Stations
and at all good garages. Look
for the Polarine Sign.
Red Crown Gasohie va
porizes quickly and burns
cleanly in frigid weather.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
IiiHUV COl'NTY HOY IS f '
GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER.
In tho county court at Gaudy Tuo'ffi
lay Hamilton Spain was found frullt
if shooting and killing Wm. McClu?o
in Octouor liltli and was bound otffif
lo the district court on tho charge of
manslaughter. Both parties lived
about tmenty-llvo miles north . o
Young Spain, who Is but 19 year!
old, rodo to the McClure home nml
called McCltlro'to the doer. When he
appeared, Spain shot at him with h
double-barrel shot gun but missed.
McClure turned Into the house, pick
ed up a rifle, and fired at Spain, the
bullet hitting him In the nrm. Spain
fired the othor barrel of his gun, hit
ting McClure in the pit of tho stomnch
McClure mnnnged to get to the
home of George Osborne, three niHos
away, where he died.
Keefe Will Enter the Sen Ice.
J. T. Keefe, who made application
somo tjme ago for admission, to nn
artillery officers' training school, re-,
celved. word Wednesdny to report at
an eastern camp next week. He left
Wednesdny night fpn, Sioux City to
visit his parents foT'n day or two, and
returning bore Saturday will leavo
Tuesday for the camp. His entrance
into the service does not mean that
ho relinquishes his candidacy for
county nttorney. He asks for tho sup
port of tho voters and if elected will
appoint a competent deputy who will
look after the dutlos of the office dur
ing his absence, and upon his return
from service will take up the work
personally. Mr. Keefe outers the
service in ndvnnce of his call, and In
the Inst weok of the political cam
pa'gn. but his friends will no doubt
use their full Inlluence In securing his
flection nt the polls November 5th.
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Mrs. Todd Passes Away.
Mrs. John Todd, who with hor hus
band arrived from Montana Inst week
to visit nt tho homo cf Mr. and Mrs.
F. N. Buchanan, and contracted "the
influenza either while enroute or after
arrival, died Wednesday forenoon.
The remains wero taken to Beatrice
Wednesday night for interment. Mrs
Tedd was before marriage a Colbv. p
mombpr of one of the prominent fami
lies of CJaee countv.
Mr. Todd has also been suffering
from tho disease, and while consid
ered out of danger wns not able to
accompany the remains of his wifoMo
Sheets 0erstuys Furlough.
Clyde Sheets, of this city, who came
here on a furlough several weeks ago.
was taken back to Camp Funston yes
terday morning by a member of 'tho
military police force who had been
detailed for that purpose. Politely
speaking Sheets is charged with over
staying l.iis furlough, but in army
terms ho Is chnrged with desortion.
Sheets' excuse for not returning to
Funston within the period of his fur
lough is that he became afflicted with
the influenza and wns not nble to
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Soldier Held in .Tali;
A soldier who belongs to a enmp nt
Waco, Texas, voluntarily gave him
self up to Sheriff Salisbury Tuesday
night, stating that he had secured a
furlough to visit his wjfe In Denver
end had overstnyed his furlough.
Sheriff Snlisbury is holding the mail
in jail pending a reply to a wiro sent
to the commanding officer of the camp
This soldier beat his way to this city
from Denver on a train, but why he
came here, he hns ftot divulged.
We have cash customers for well
located the and six room cottages
and lniniiiilows. If ynu wish to make
"iilcfc sale list with MTHANAN ic
ITANDADD OIL COMPANY
Endorsement by the Three
To the voters o." the Sixth Con
grouqal District ol Nbnk: I
Vp the undcrsignod members of
tli ll.nue ;f Representatives, famil
iar u the Congressional sorvlco of
the HenorHblo M. P. Kinkald, ycur
representative, take pleasure- In com
mc.iir.g him fo- re-olejtion.
AV !-m-7) h's return to the next
Conc-i , very dr''"able, 'Mce ho has
given gtaunch support to all meas
ures intended to make the declara
tion ..f war effective, and his famil
iarity with tho question j which are
pnian omit In lb? winning of a victor
ious peace and other legislation need
ed for the best Intorests oT your Stnto
and Nation. His large experience
and rire Judgment are, In our estim
ation, cf great value In this tlmo of
our r. tonal emergency. ,
(Sljtned) Julius Knlm, of California,
Loader on Preparedness Measures.
(Slcntd) Frederick H. GUlot. of
Mass.. Acting Hep. Floor Loador.
(Signed) S. D. Fess. o Ohio. Chair
man of Republican National Congres
October 21, 191S. ,
Beard mot pursuant to adjournment
present full board nnd county clerk. ,
The following claims were allowed: ;
E. J. Eajnos, printing, $7.S5. j
Jas. Bechan. refund of taxos, I
Sundry persons, surveying, $72.44
F. V. HormiiiEhnuson. bnv fo
ronds. $84.00. '
Einrtneerinc Journal, nubllahintr. 1
The Hub. mdso county poor, $3.00.
Goorgo Tekulvo. mdso countv nonr.
W. T. Green, ropnirs at Jail, $2.00. 1
F. O. Osborn. road work, $1S.75. )
Walter Adams, englneman, $109.00.1
K. II. Printing Co., suppllos, $4S.90l
Aion institution, suppllos, $20.19.
Mayer Bros., supplies, $8.07.
S. J. Koch, freight on simnltnq.
Frank Koch, onginoinan, $15.00.
Whereupon tho board adiourns tn
October 2S. 1.018.
To Tho" Voters.
I horebv nnnniincn Hint T Jim n nnn-
didate, by petition, for tho office of
County Survovor of I.I
at the coming election.
l was born at North Platte and ed
ucated in schools of that towns and
later ccmplct-d the four yenr course
for civil onginecrs and surveyors nt
tho University of Nobrnska. I spent
one year with the U. S. Gov. Land
Dent, nn Mi
County, Nebraska and during tho past
Jignt years I Have been with tho Union
Pacific R. R. Engr. Dept., except for
ino MPio spent in Lincoln County on
land and Irrigation surveys and ns
city engineer of North Platto.
I' will annreciate vmir nnnnnrt nt
the coming election.
VJliV. .11. IlA,iMC
ALLIES WILL I'MTE IX
' HE PLY TO PEACE NOTE.
President Wilson's actirn
latest Germnn pence note will have the
approval of the ontonto nnwora imfnrn
it is made public. With the official
text or too uerman peace appeal In
his hands the president took steps to
consult with tho British. French nnd
It may be stated that there Is noth
ing in the communication to alter the
decision of tho president thnt ho will
not propose nn nrmistlce to tho allies
h'foro tho Germans ovacuato nil ac
Official intimations alrendy hnd
been given thnt tho only questions for
imniodinte conslderntlon is whether
thero shall bo a discussion of "terms"
of evacuation while the allied and
American nrmies continue their work
of clearing Belgium nnd northern
Rxchanges between Washington nnd
the allied capitals have been In prog
ress on the basis of the wireless ver
sion of the note received Mondnv nnd
It Is regnriled ns certain thnt nny
reply the president may make will bo
governed by the supreme war council
In Franco. Only tho president nnd n
few of his advisors know hnw fnr
those exchanges havo progressed. No
unu eiso can say wiien an announce
ment of the president attitude may be
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S2.IR Wheat o Satlsfnotory.
Tho Nntionnl Wheat Growers As
sociation havo entored an appeal to
Prosldent Wilson ngninst the $2.48
wlient price which wns recommended
by tho Agricultural Advisory board
as a Just price to bo fixed for tho cur
rent year. The wheat grcwors protest
tbo prlco to bo set, asserting thnt
whent will bo Justly worth over three
dnllnrs a bushel In comparison to
prices flXPd on ntlinr nnmtnnillHna
Corn and cotton come In for tho
I'uviost censure bv the wheat grow
rx who assert that tho proportionate
riiise over pre-war prices is a great
"nl higher than tho ralso granted to
!'! whont growers of the nation who
1 f - ldnntlng honvinr orons In order to
- pf the henw demand for flour from
' tropR and allies.
Ifoner to Loan,
i Plenty of six per rent money to ionn
i on farms nnd ranches, interest pny.
1 able annually with prlvilego of pny
1 lug part or nil nt nny time. Loans
! closed promptly. No delny.
i BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
N OTIC E 10 It ITI!LI ( 'A T I ON .
Sorlal No. 00150
I Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at North Platte.
Nebr., Oct. 23, 1918.
Xotico 1b horoby given that Joso
iphino Hood, of North Platto, Nebr..
! who, on Sept. 8, 1914, mado Home
htead entry, No. 00150, for SEU. Sec
tion 22. Township 10, N., Range 30 W.
; th Principal Meridian, has Med
notlco of Intention to make final threo
j year Proof, to ostablish claim to tho
, land abovo described, boforo tho Keg-
iHtor and Recolvor, nt North Platte.
Nebr., on tho 29th dny of Nov. 1918.
Claimant nnmo as wlttnossos: Ed
' Harmar, Frank Parks, Ida Johnson
j and Charles Lucas, all of North
025-5w E. J. EAMES, Register.
Does Q.iM&fcy5 Coush?
Two mills with identically the same machinery
, may produce different .Hour.
One mill may carefully select and hlend l!s
wheat: the other may not.
Hoth Hours are milled from a certain AaiOrN'Ftff
wheat, hut tho QUALITY is different.
We provide a market for all home grown whent
. but only the HKST WHEAT goes into COW
Every first class grocery store has it for you.
The best cooks all use it.
PATRONIZE KOft'f H
e-EIeet Jisds'e Letioe
TO SUPREME COURT
ctA Distinct Loss to the State"
JUDGE IjKTTON. UNDOKSIH) JtY POIMIEIt CHIEF JUSTI
CES OK StTKlMIH COURT
"Eadh of tho undersigned has served witli Judge Charles
13. Lutton on the Supremo Court. We are familiar with his
ubilitv. integrity and industry. WE BELIEVE IT WOULD BE
A DISTINCT LOSS TO THE STATE TO LOSE HIS SERV
VICES, AND WE FAVOR HIS RE-ELECTION-'
JOHN J. SULLIVAN,
SILAS A HOLCOMB,
JOHN B. BARNES,
JACOB FAWCETT, Former Acting Chief Justice.
IMG AVAlt WORK .
IIIMVE IS STAUTKD.
Nebraska is organizing to raise
$2,000,000 for tho United War Work
campaign, November 11-1S. Tho Na
ilonnl fund of $170,000,000 will llnance
all tho war work of tho following or
ganizations during tho year 1U1D:
Young Men's Christian Association
Young Women' Christian Associa
tion Knights of Columbus
Jewish Wclfaro Hoard
War Camp Community Service
Americnn Library Association
It will tnko more than a year to
bring our armies back homo after the
war onds. Until the wnr Is over and
for months afterward our boys must
be taken enro of on tho battle-Molds
and fti the camps. ICach of the above
organizations will bo furnished such
funds as they need from tho combined ,
Tho idea of uniting tho various war
work activities orginated with Presi
dent Wilson to save communities the
burden of putting on seven different
drlvos for money to tnko caro of tho
Opportunity only knocks at your
door but once In a Ufa time, nnd I nm
now offering you that opportunity.
I hnvo 880 acres, all smooth, finest
of wheat land, 275 acres In cultivation,
balance in buffalo grass, all fenced
and cross fenced, $1,000 worth of Im
provements. Nice grovo of locust trees nround
house, six miles from a town or 800
population and ten miles from llur
I am offering this tract at tho low
price of $37. R0 per acre and will car
ry $12,500 for flvo years at G per cent.
Wheat on this tract this your made
20 Iiu' per acre and corn 35 por aero.
There has boon over 100,000 ncres
of land sold around Burlington to
N'cbr. men in tho last four months.
This Is a good one but must bo sold.
For further Information wrlto E. A.
DeSolt, Iiurllngton, Colo. P. O. Box
When the breath Is bad and tho ap
petlto disordered, Prickly Ash Bitters
is tho remedy needed. It purifies the
stomach, liver nnd bowels, sweotens
tho breath, promotes vigor nnd cheer
fulness. Prlco $1.25 per, bottlo. (Juni-more-Dont
Drug Co., Speclnl Agents.
Congressman M P Klndnld, Re
publican cnndldato for re-olcctlon.
By volco nnd voto has given his un
iuallflcd support to ovory wnr meas
uro and urges vigorous, spoedy pros
ecution of tho war until tho enemy Is
foreed to an unconditional surrender
Big Price lor Furs
I will commence buying
muskrnts November ilrst. All
furs will be n big price this
full and winter.
JUDGE ERNEST B. PERRY
Clean, able, fearless. Oiiialia Bee.
Remarkably tit timber. Lincoln
The west Ihiee-fourtlis of the rttute
Is entitled to at least one Judge.
GRANT 6. MARTIN
Formerly Attorney General. Ten
years devoted to the lenal business ot
the state. Now helping Supreme Courf
to clear Its docket.
Tho Omaha Examiner says; "Grant
G. Martin is a persistant advocate ol
speedy termination of litigation lq
order to cut down oxponso, both ta
litigants and tho stato. That's thq
kind of a Judgo tho people want oq
tho supremo bench."
FOR SUPREME, JUDGE
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