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NORTH PLA'ITE, N3.,:1N0 E&03ER 5, 1918.
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jim cl.im i:m)Ek shell
I ll'.F YOll TKN DAYS.
'.Vcltlng to nls parents umlor date of
October 10th, Jim tMlnton says In
part: "I liave Just come out of the
lines and experienced the worst fight
tho marines havo had. Our division is
doing duty with the French, so we
made an attack on a place the French
had been unable to take. It was full
of machine gun nests we took it but
it was ccstly. We were in the lines
for ten days, didn't have a cliance to
shave, so you can imagine how I look
ed upon my return. The only clothing
I took off in two uays were my nei
I00M OK HU?f Alt MY ! GMtMAIS VS FATE AS A
IS EAlt AT HAM), i MI LITANY NATION SKALBll.
Germany's fat as a military nation
is sealed. 1
Publication yesterday afternoon at.
the Austrian-Hungarian armistice j
torms conclusively proved this, Th
terms tnat win no accoruou uornuinr
Gormany, dosorted by her alV.os, is
apparently facing groat dienstor on
the western front, and now thero Is
a great possibility that Germany's
military doom is not far distant.
last throo days.-Amercan and French ami which she must accent vpluntnrl
attacks west of the Mouse river, which !' r- vo forced cm her n the very
had seemed to be gaining but little nonr uiuire. win o auuuuy
apparently sapped the ntrongth of the with those which havo disarmed the
enemy. When the break came on Sat- fo' of Emperor C harlos.
urday it took on aspects of a rout Entente (. ploniats and American
ratlior than an orderly retirement. an.v val exports, after tvxam
,,,,),)., Mnc .innitii Ination of tho Austrian terms, agreed
met and overcoat. Wo slept in tron-4the Gormans and the collapse of the that the German tor s i 1 compel
FUE PCJLLS WILL IIH OPSN
IN TIL EIGHT O'CLOCK
ches, woods and dugouts.
Vo nrc anxiously awaiting peace
publication. Everyone hero prays for
it. Those at home can't Imagine the
boll we go through in the scraps we
havo been having. Saw "Pop" Sturges
this afternoon, so I am going to "split
a bottle" with him tonight.
In a letter dated a couple of days
lator Jim writes he was feollng more
cheerful since resting up soma dls
tahco back of the line. Ho saw Doug
Fairbanks in "Mahnattan Madness"
at tho movies. He. says he has certain
ly toured France on hobnails since
his first arrival there. "Pop" Sturge3
evidently has charge of postal affairs
at A. P. 0. 710, as Jim directs his
mail to be sent in Sturges' care.
If you mint to buy or sell farm or
city property, the record of sixty-four
homes ami lots sold by this agency
since Mnrch 1st, 191S, should be a suf
ficient recommendation to sec us. If
yon ivant to buy or sell, list with us.
'The II. & S Apency, Hrodbcck IMdg.
LMione fed or Black 012. ,T. E. Sebas
tian, Mgr., Jtcslilcnce Phono lied 5118;
J. 0. ilollniiui, Attornoy, Ilesldcnco
Phone Red .'584; C. F. Temple, Ileal
Estate Salesman, Res. Phono 783F3.
nreaent onemv defense nositions an- accepianco oy uiai suvernmoiu oi u
pear close at hand. "1atod Pc. 4 4, 4
It now appears that the Germans They exl,e,ct that tho Gorman Xormi
who havo been holding the line runn-1 will be made public within the next
ing westward thru the Champagno two days and that they will include:
country cannot retreat eastward, but Demobilizations of the Gorman
must be diverted northward thru ua
Belgium. This will add many weary , materlals.
miles to the length of the journey ' Demobilization of the German fleet
that seemingly must bo begun atiltho surrender to allied control
Oil PP Uk Ull uutviu iiuinuio! au iui -ouuuw
On the northern end of the front in
rines, halt of the dreadnoughts and
certain othor navnl units.
Surrender of Helgoland and its
France, Field Marshal Haig on Mon
i n v til rTti 111 it 1 n mi nVi Ail o et n !.
Qnnti, nf ih. Snh.iHt rotn docks and defenses to tho allies, to-
Valenciennes. The operation began gether with control by allies of both
chub ul me iviui ciiiuii.
Evacuatilon of all occupied territory,
east and W03t, and dismantling of the
Free uTovoment for allied vessels on
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Harold Pier, who lias been manager
hey, Cal. He .was transferred hero
from Lincoln by the registration
board of that city.
successfully on a wide front and thl3
vital sector of the German positions
'8 in great peril.
The French army maintains its
pressure, but fighting activity is less
than on Sunday and last week. Ger
man artVllery has been active along
the Alsne front, probably protecting
an enemy retirement, which is inevi
the Inland German waterways
All aircraft to be concentrated and
half of it turned over to tho allies.
Complete evacuation of Alsaco-Lor-
table in view of tho alljed success rT""
north and east.
General Pershing's armies arc pres
sing forward east and west of the
Mrs. nialock Passes Away.
Mrs. Luclnda-Blalock, wife of W.
F. Blalock' and mother of W. H.
Blalock, cf this o!iy, died at the home
Immediate surrender of all pris
oners of war without reciprocity.
The terms will be such, as M. An
dre Tardieu pointed out on Sunday,
as "to make Germany confess that she
The American Red Cross has been
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t j.i,t. i., t-t r usKtMi ov uiu wur inuusines coaru 10
S . '7'. " uTr.. ,. ""rDJi ""Z: collect 5,000 tons of tin and tho Un
-of the Aksarben Land Co. for several ZZ'. lon Red Cross to collect one ton in
montlis, win leave next weeK wnn uie , h ..TIV; , ,1B.hr;p Lincoln county. The tin will bo sold
T.lnnnln fmititv hnvs fnr Pnmn Tve.ir- . ' monins ago tO MBit Her (lauglltor fnr. ilQnnf1t . M, prAclcl OT,,i
"J - llronnn h.nnn thot o nl.onn r.t ...v.... v.. w..
;V.,.7'-, V; y'.-Vf-nVh-b o: the nation will get tho needed tin.
apaprentiy died suddenly for a letter ends of tho Rei Cross , shou Id save
,.Lnt,t.,i .a..i 4. .tln foil, lead foil, tea lead, toothpaste
THnkm whr, wna tnifon in h., i,onin -lni .1 tubes, powter objects, etc. A Junior
,nhlr.or loaf Th.,riiiln.r la ronnrtol tn ,.oo lh,. P T.,- "Ctl (-TOSS l)OJ Or glH Will COlieCt
bo gaining strength and it Is expected ment will bo made at DeMo3s. ,
that he will be strong enough to un-j ::c::
tiergo anperauon tomorruw. , Mlsses ma Bradley and Ella Falk Tout'are on Ul0' co,
Satsunia, the celebrated Japanese were attending a business college at lection of Tin.
cliina in sets, six tea plates, six cups, Grand Island, havo returned homo to ' ::o::
and saucers, sugar, cream and teapot remahi until the flu quarantine Is Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stone Drug
$15.00. CLINTON, The Jeweler. 84-2 limed. ' Store. tf
, these and see that they are turned In
to the proper place for the ton of tin.
Harry Dixon, Mrs. Boguo and w.Uson
IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY
VOTED, CAST YOUR BALLC-T j
FOU JIM KBBPE FOR
JIM IS NOW IN THE
3ERVljbE OF HIS COUNTRY
' AND HAS 11H1EN IN THE
SERVICE FOR A YEAR AS
CHAIRMAN OF FOUR MINUTE MEN
' IN Y. M. C. A. DRIVES
IN BON.D DRIVES
AIS'D AS A BOOSTER FOR THE
AND THE SAMMY GIRLS,
rkck UP THE BOYS WHO ARE
;n the service. -
Mist Clara Robinson returned to
litSr homo at Ft. Garland. Col., today
utter n visit with Mrs. Edmund
Wm. Bennett who had been in Ok
lahoma for Hovoral weoks, returned
hero a few days ago to go In the next
call fo: service.
j Donald McFarland and Everett
Lawrence loft Sunday night for Camp
Ralolgh, N. C, where they will enter
uie tauic j.orviro,
Buy Land Cheap.
1S80 acres grazing land, 10 miloa
from Stapleton, $4.00 per acrot '
SO ncros lrrlgnlod land, nearly all
cultivated, aonio alfalfa, $80.00 per
Several good sand hill sections, part
ly tillable, $0.00 to $8.00 per acre.
85-2 O. II. THOELECKE
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Mrs. Nellie Bodell has accepted a
position In tho alteration department
of the Tramp storo.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
In war- time as in peace- "the Mun sing wear Line
Attacked by the enemyshor lage oe material the Line
Munsingwear fights on---Firm in its stand for freedom,
comfort, fit, finish economy and satisfaction in underwear.
You know when you ask for; y.oug B21
Winter Munsingwear the makers have not
sacrificed even in view of the abnormal
conditions a single ideal that has made
Munsingwear the dominating underwear of
You know that it's economy to buy Mun
singwear. The fit lasts as long as the fa
bric. The same high quality its Durabili
ty, Washability, Popularity makes Mun
singwear 100 per cent right.
It's your patriotic duty to get the best in
underwear. When you buy underwear just
say Munsingwear. You get a union of ser
vice and quality, right in size, style and
American efficiency, your efficiency to win
the war demandB the utmost in comfort,
freedom, satisfaction, mentally and physic
ally. Munsingwear is doing its share to in
crease your efficiency.
Get Under the Cover of Munsingwear,
Be a Union-Suited American Forever.
Our Stock of Fall and Winter Munsingwear
is waiting for you. Come in today and
' choose from the variety of styles
and fabrics. It is genuine good
ness all the way through . -
Wilcox Department Store
Mrs. Ralph Garman loft this morn
ing tor a visit In Omaha and Malvern,
Mrs. Hugh Davis has been visiting
her sister In Gering for sovoral days
Mrs. Roy Cotterell, who had been
visiting in the cast returned homo
For Sale 1317 Dodgo Touring car
in good condition. Phone 813.
Six cast's of influenza wore reported
Sunday to Chief of Police Jones; but
Got a Winter top for you Ford at
Honjly & Ogj.er Auto Co.
R, M. Gathers, who had been foro-
nian at the ice housos, and family left
Sunday for Chicago.
Four cyllndor car for salo cheap.
Inquire at tho Overland Garage. 83
Mrs. Herman Schloutor returned
tne latter part or last week from a
visit in Grand Island.
James Dlonor. formerly of this city,
was hero the latter part of last wook
to visit his father Wm. DIenor.
MJsg Lula Stoddard, of DonVer. ar
rlveof a tew days ago to Visit hor'par
ents Mr, and Mrs. John Burko.
Stenographer d4siro3 ppsil.Ion.
Phone Red 873. 85-2
Miss Mary Mahmey, who has resided
here for a number of yours, will leave
Thursday morning for Wood River to
make hor homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schatz left
yc-torday for Omaha whero they will
spend tho winter and perhaps mako
thoir future homco.
f'sed Reo, 5 passenger, value $500.
Will trade for any U'nd of good prop
erty. Inquire at Tribune Office.
Dr. Morrill, Dentist. Office over
Wiloox department Store.
Harry Beeglo, of Grand Island, for
merly of this city, was horo last
week to accept a call for tho medical
corps at Camp Funston.
A ft.lv tvtl.tir,illlll liflfiriltllu III Ul.n- I il
onil hand Fords. Ilcndy k O.'ur Aula
Tho condition of Mrs. J. T. Korr
fs reported considerably Improved,
and It Is believed that she has now
paod the danger line.
Mrs. J. I. Sharon, of Donver, re
turned homo todny nftor a visit with
her husband, who is etaWonod horo
as Union Pacific stock Inspector.
Dr. V. Lucas has been appointed a
moinbor of tho local medical advis
ory board to succeed Dr. T. J. Kerr
who recently entered tho service.
Private Frank Blau, who Is assist
ing the local exemption board, rec
eived word Saturday that his sister
had died in Now York of influenza.
Tho voters of tho First ward aro
voting today at tho Durbin garngo,
tho Lloyd opera liouso being too full
of trucks and cars to bo used for
If you aro at all interested In a fall
suit Just look over tho suits at the
prices offered In our South Window.
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Dentlis This Wcnjk.
Mrs. Luthor Owens, wlfo of a well
known engineor, died yosterday morn
ing at ifino o clock of influenza at tho
ago of thirty-four after an illness of
loss than a weok. Boreft nro tho hus
band, a girl of ten and a boy of six,
Both of tho lattor are 111 with tho flu.
A short Borvico will bo hold at tho
I, uso tomorrow morrflng at eight
fA lock and tho body taken to Julos-
ii irg ror intormont.
Mrs. A. F. Illume, who lived In the
F urth ward, died at a hospital last
n .;ht of typhoid puoumonla after an
ili'.iftoa of short durattion. Sho was
iiken to tho hospital Sunday and at
tin- time was In a vory critical con
dition. Tho funeral will bo conducted
Wt '.nosday nt 2 p. m. at tho Iioubo
and at 2:30 at tho gravo.
Iho eighteen months old clfiild of
Mr. rind Mrs. J. L. Koontz, living at
C14 Lincoln avenuo. dlod last night.
Whon tho sleop Is disturbed at
night by irrlnary troubles tho best
thing to do is to take Prickly Ash
Bitters. It has a strengthening In
fluence in tho kidnoys and bladder.
Prico $1.25 per bottlo.
GUMMERE-DENT DRl'G CO.
Ford Worm Drive Truck
Plows, Tandem Discs, Drills Packers?!
Repairs for all machinery here described on hand.
Hendy-Ogier Auto Co.,
TRUCK AND TRACTOR AGENCY.
207-211 E. Fourth St., North Platte, Nehr.
"GOSH ALIi FISH HOOKS.
AS THE FELLOW SAYS"
We have more salt and more kinds of salt
than all the dealers of North Platte put
together. Better call and get your supply.
Our -sales of CARNATION FLOUR is con
Leypoldt & Pennington
PHONE 206. Lamh Building; North Locust Street
To be heljl at
Two blocks south of depot at North Platte,
Wednesday, Nov. 20th,
One O'clock, p. m.
36 Fall and Spring Boars
This offering represents the breeding of the Smathan
herd, Orvill Jones herd, York, and Frazier Brothers
of Utica and others. Here is a chance for western
breeders and farmers to get up-to-date breeding near
C. G. Landholm & Son, Claus Anderson,
K. b. oowies & oon, J. ra. oouaer,
COL. A, W. THOMPSON, Auctioneer-
A. C. P1ELSTICKER, Clerk.
Swat the Machine!
THE Hitchock-Mullen-Gooch Machine, which dominates
Nebraska politics today, has repeatedly thwarted the
expressed will of the people. It is the servant of the
booze interests. It is entirely out of sympathy with the
principles of government of the people, by the people,
and for the people.
S.Jl. McKELVIE has been an aggressive and fearless
opponent of the machine in this campaign, His election
will mean the return of representative government to
Nebraska. A vote for McKelvio is a vote against the
VOTE FOR McKELVIE
And Beat the Machine
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