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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1918)
A diamond Is the first of all gift
things. In It aro combined beauty
value fashion and doslre. The un
Ivorsal domand and fixed financial
status of the diamond make It ro-
unrvn wnnllh. Tf pntl lin converted
Into, money any day, should the ownor
Clinton's Is a splendid placo at which
to buy a diamond. Tho care with
which our stones are selected prevent
any but desirable quality getting Inr
to our stock. You have expert holp
and favorable conditions In making
yotfr selection. The Prices represent
attractive values. Wo show mounted
and unsot stonos.
Rings from Sfl."..(M) to $500.
Brooches from $7.50 to $50.
liar I'Jiik from $7.50 to 550.
Lmnlllcrcs from 57.50 to $75.
You aro not doing your duty as a
patriot unlets you do your Christmas
chapping early. Tho government
asiTfl 'you to begin It now.
C. S. CLINTON
Jeweler and Optician
At rhc Sign of the Big Ring.
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
Mrs. A. P. Bluino was takqn to tho
General -hospital Sunday suffering
from typhoid pneumonia.
New light wagon for sale. L. B.
At a reoont mooting of tho North
Tlatto Arc department resolutions
woro passed, endorsing tho candidacy
of Kolth Novlllo for governor.
(Jet it Winter (op for you Ford nt
Hcndy & Ofcler Auto Co.
. A marrlago llccnso was Issued Sat
urday to James P. Show and Roslo
Pebbly, both ot Garden county, and
lator they were united In marriage
by n local clergyman.
ninrmln iinil nrwon r. America's irrcnt-
cst undorgarments for women, sold
exclusively at uluuks.
This 1b election day but up to ten
n'lnrlr itilu fnronnnn tlinro was bllt
llttlo ovldonco that an olectlon was
on. Tho polls will remain opon until
eight o'clock thin evening.
For Farm Loans see Oene Crook,
Room woBt of Vienna Cafo.
A large number of Lincoln county
boys who havo been nt CampB Fun
fiton and Dodgo will leave for tho
eastern sea coast within tho next
week to mako final preparation for
ovorwens du ty.
The Canteen ladles served coffco
and sandwltclfjjs to a train of soldtorB
who pnshed eastward at noon yester
day. Tha county konimlfwlonorn wore In
iffin. yestorday transacting tum
(t irJgenaral nature, Including
JoWicc of the monthly salary
In a letter to his parents Frod Woe
Unfold savfc he has been on the front
lino In a number of fierce attacks but
so far ha come through without a
C. M. Haydorf, who was over from
Wallace yesterday, said threo deaths
had rosullod In that neighborhood
from influenza. In each Instance tho
jatlent had partly recovored from tho
disease, had exposed themsolvofl to
the weather and suffered a relapse.
Tho Govornmont soys uiy useful
Christmas presents, a set of China
would make a useful and very ac
ceptable present, CLINTON, Tho Jew
olor. With tho assembling of the men
provided In tha -November calls at
camp, the total niimbor of men in
ducted Into Wllltrtry service undor
the draft will have passed the 3,000,
000 mark; and the number of mon In
the United Statos army, In tho flold
or In training will total more than
Wo havo several mortgago loans on
farm and city property for salo.
Theso draw C and 7 lntorost and
are non-taxable as to stato, county
and city taxes. They vary In amounts
from $400 to $3000. Seo BHATT,
GOODMAN & BUCKLEY.
Gonoral March announce that in
fluonza conditions among tho troops
arriving In Franco have Improved so
materially that deaths from tho dls
easo have practically stopped. A ro-
cont transport convoy carrying 25,000
mon arrived at tho American port or
debarkation, he said, with only 78
cases of lnfluonza.
Furs! Furs! In sots and separate
pieces, for womon, misses and chll
dron. mado up to tho minute In stylo,
In Foxos, Marmots, Minks, Boavor,
Racoon, Lynx, French Coney, otc. All
priced vory reasonably. BLOCKS.
W. S. Ross, of Myrtle proclnct,
will soil off his cattlo at a public salo
to bo hold noxt Friday. Mr. Rose' son
loavos with tho next Lincoln county
contingent, and ho has concluded that
he doos not caro to do the work con
nected with kooplng a bunch of cattlo.
Morrll Davis, of Horshey, was list
ed as wounded In the casualty list
A largo French trans-Atlantic
steamship which arrived at an At
lantic port Sunday night camo Into
port with all 'lights nblaze, tho first
tlmo In months that this has taken
placo. Passengers snldl a wireless
message hnd been plckod up at sea
which caused tho commander to or
der the paint scraped from tho ports,
and that the promenade decks were
Illuminated that night for tho first
tlmo during tho voyage.
Dodgo Brothers Light work car for
commercial and farmer use has defi
nitely mado good overywhoro. Largo
numbers In uso In all the large cities
and wo havo a dozen making records
on the farms and ranches of this ter
ritory. This is tho modern spring
wagon, built with the same strength
and economy which Is typical of all
Dodgo cars. This car takes the placo
of your touring car and also takes
care of a great deal of your farm
haulage It will prove a real econ
omy to you and tako tho placo of two
J. V. ROMIGII. Dealer.
NEWS ABOUT THE HOIS
WHO ARE IN THE,SEKVK E
Llout. M. B. Ovorman, who has
l.fon vtHltlni? Iho lirnnn falkn fnr a
week, will roturn to his training c:np
t.ay. , i A
Harry Lannln, a', fornfer employeo
of Tho- Tribune now In service In
France, writes that ho Is in fine
lieclth and likes bis work.
Tti Mm nnaimtfv Hat nnlillntifwl in
Sunday's papers appeared tho name
of Chart. D. Falk, of Brady, who was
listed as dangerously wounded. ,
Lieut. Walter Ellis writes Tho!
Tribune that he has received his rm-
mlsslon and has boen ordered to re
port for duty at Camp Jackson, South
A letter received yesterday by Fred
Barraclough from his son Ellis an
nounced his safe arrival somewhere In
France. He had not been over long
enough to say much about the coun
try. Ray McCann, formerly of 'ho
O'Connor store, who la in the radio
service at Great Lakes, is homo on a
visit. Ho oxpects to be sont to Har
vard university in a short time for
Coulter Elder, who enlisted In the
tank sorvlca, left Sunday for the
training camp at Raleigh, N. C. Tho
young man had been anxious to enlist
for a year, and when ho was accepted
he was a very happy boy.
Rev. J. II. Curry is in receipt of a
a letter from Frank C. Stuart, who
has been In ovorseas service for near
ly a year, and who before leaving was
employed at the ico houses. Frank Is
In a baso hospital recovering from a
wound In the left leg which-he re
ceived on the fourth day of tho drive
at Verdun. It was thought at first
that ho would lose tho leg, but it is
now believed that It will be saved.
Ray Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
G, W. Miller of this city, who lias
boon in servico in Franco for a year
as a momber of the supply train, sent
$200 home to Invest in Fourth Liberty
loan bonds. The spirit shown by Ray
Is truly patriotic and American. Not
only is he faclsg danger ovory day
in transsportlng food and ammunition
to the front line trenches, but ho in
dicates his willingness to fur
ther help out his cou,ntry by purchas
ing bonds to the limit of his ability.
Such instances as this mako lots of
us ashamed of ourselves that we are
not doing moro for our country.
Hay movement Is rather slow at
present, the. Omaha and Denver, as
well as the other .western markets
seemingly being well supplied. The
price has been around nineteen dol
lars per ton, but a dealer said yes
terday tho price is likely to break
within a week. This dealer estimates
that one-third of tho crop of tho coun
ty has been shipped.
Tho Big drive is now on to sell
every suit In tho store within a fow
days while wo are offering them nt
actual cost and less. BLOCKS
County Treasurer Souder hehj, a
U's land salo yesterday, offering to
customors sevoral hundred tracts up
on which the taxes had not been paid
and which tho law directs shall be
rcld on tho first Monday In Novem
ber. A large number of purchasers
were present to buy tho land.
Money to Loan.
Plenty of six per cent money to loan
on farms nnd ranches, Interest pny.
able nnnually .with privilege jf pny
In IT part or nil nt any time. Loans
closed promptly, No dciny.
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
POLARINE PUTS PEP IN
EVEN in zero weather, Polarine
will keep your car in the pink
of condition. Full power and speed
await the throttle, if Polarine is lim
bering up your motor.
Polarine maintains full lubrication in winter
it doesn't congeal in the crank case nor clog up
cylinders. A clean-burning, non-carbonizing
lubricant, produced at zero temperature for
perfect cold weather lubrication. Yet it with
stands intense engine heat without running
thin or breaking up. The sign tells where.
Red Crown Gasoline insures greatest
winter mileage and power. Try it.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
V (NEBRASKA) f
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Ijfrrwjj ffiolqrine LnTfTrf'
p OILS 3
tTAKOuUD tt COMPANY H
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Public Sale of Cattle and Hogs
375 HEAD OF CATTLE
100 Head of Good Stock Hogs.
AT RIVERVIEW RANCH
Threee miles north of Sutherland, Neb., just across the North Platte river
Thursday, Nov. 14th, 1918, beginning at One P. PL
60 Head of two-year-old Steers, 95 Head of two-year-old Heifers. 60 head of
extra good calves, 50 head of White Face Cows, 75 head of Extra Good White
Face Cows, 50 head of Shorthorn Yearlings.
llnnA n Qlnplr ITnrfo weighing about 100 lbs. each. These hogs
1VV AlaU UI OfcUVU JLLUgt?
stock yards in Sonth Omaha,
have just been vaccinated and dipped at the
Ladies of the Red Cross will serve dinner. .Something witl be sold for the
BENEFIT OF THE RED CROSS.
A credit of eight months will be given on approved notes bearing ten per cent interest.
IRVING G. BARIGRT, Owner.
C. A. LAU, Clerk;
Bob Turner.who for soveral months
conducting the billnrd hall In the Goo
zoo building cn Sxth street, was ar
rested Friday on tho charge of violat
ing tho postal laws,, and Is now In
jail The violation with which Tumor
is charged Is that or receiving poison
throueh the mail Ho is a morphine
fiend,, and ever since he has been lo
cated in town he has received at in
tervals a package containing sulphnto
of morphine. Last wek he received a
package containing a half dozen two
ounce bottles of the poison, which got
into the hands of tho local officials
before it reached Turner. In order
ing tho drug ho had it sent in a nct
iclous name, and ordered tho keeper
of the Commercial Hduse, at which he
roomed, to deliver to him the package
which arrived addrossed to that par
ticular name. It was through this
me'.hod of dealing that he was appre
hended, the landlord of the house as
sisting m causing Turner s arrest.
Turner's condition is smch as to
indicate that bo i' a confirmed dope
fiond, and ho has used It so long that
it requires o. very heavy doso to pro
(hice tho 'desired ofCect. ,
Tho penalty for sending and receiv
ing poison through tho mail is from
one to five years Imprisonment.
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CITY ANT) COUNTY NEWS.
HOB TURNER AHRKSTEB FOK I ISSUES LKTTEH TO ALL
VIOLATING POSTAL LAW RURAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
Chairman Woingand has issued the
following letter which he is sending
to all voters in the rural school dis
tricts: Dear 'Friend and Fellow Citizen:
At the suggestion of President Wil
son and the United States Army and
Navy, the seven great agencies doing
social, educational and welfare work
for our soldiers and sailors at home
nnd overseas, havo been consolidated
into on huge organization in order
that the spirit of tho country in this
matter may be expressed without dis
tinction of race or religious opinion in
support of what is in reality a com
mon service, and thus avoiding the
time and expense of seven different
You are hereby notified that there
will be a meeting of all resident per
sons In your school district at your
school house on Monday, November
11, at 2 p. m., for the purpose of re
ceiving subscriptions to the United
Wnr Work Campaign. Your district
comimttee will be present and will
give you nny information you may de
sire regarding this campaign.
This is n real test of your patriotism
as there will bo no "coupon" attached
to this pledge. It is absolutely neces-j
sary and obligatory that everyone'
give to this fund for it is just as es-1
nuuiiui in iviiuuiiK una war ua any 01
tlio other agencies such as the Red
Cross and the Liberty Loans, as our
boys must be well taken care of, and
you .must give in accordance with
I sincerely hope that you will do
your duty ns a patrioite citizen, as
well ns to seo that all others In your
dlftrict do likewise, so It will not bo
necessary for the Committee to resort
to drastic measures in 4thls connec
tion. REMEMBER THE DATE: MON
DAY. NOVEMBER 11.
THE MEETING PLACE: YOUR
Yours for tho United War Work
THE POTASH PLANT NOW
BUILDING AT SUTHERLAND.
In tho war work campaign in the
cVty which will be hold next weej,
a committeeman has boen appointed
for each ward, who will appoint his
solicitors. A committeo of-threo has
been appointed to canvass tho busi
ness district. This latter committeo
has nlready secured a number of fifty
dollar subscribers. A list of those
who subscribe $50 will bo published
A few exceptional bargains In sec
ond hand Fords. Hcndy & Ogler Auto
Harry Hayse and Claude Elye,
chnrged with auto stealing, aro still
hold In tho county jail. Hayse plead
ed guilty and will bo sent to tho re
form school. The parents of Elyo,
who live In SIdnoy, camo down last
week and asked that their son be
hold until they mako an nttempt to
get him into army service.
Miss M. aieman, Btoam baths and
Swedish Massago. ladles and gentle
tnon. Phono 897. Brodbeck bldp. 85tf
A combination salo ot Poland China
bonrs will bo held nt tho Besack bam
in this city November 20th. Tho herds
roprosonted will bo thoso of C. G,
Landh&lm & Son, Clnus Anderson, B.
G. Sowles & Son and J. M. Souder.
Thirty-six spring and fall anftnals
will bo offered.
Strayed 2 cows, branded cockoyo
on tho right sido or hip. Notify Thos.
G. Rowley. 82-4
Vnlley roads that woro well dragged
after the lato snow storm aro In good
condition, and are In markod contrast
with tho stvetchos that woro not drag
gell. As a cenornl proposition dragg
ing Is tho solution to good roads.
Every now Fall suit In tho storo Is
now roduced to actual cost and loss.
A truck load of potatoes from Clyde
Trottor's farm at Brady woro mar
keted In town yesterday and they wore
especially largo. Tho yield exceeded
200 bushels to tho aero.
Entire stock of silk and wool Jer
sey drosses at greatly rcducod prlcos
All Sammy Girls aro requested to
assomblo at tho dopot upon tho arriv
al of train No 2. today to extend a
farewell greeting to Frank McGovom
nnd R. D. Blrgo, who loavo for a
traiining camp on that train.
For Salo Swoot Clovor soed (white
blossom) 25o nnd 30c por pound. Wrlto
for sample-, L. C. MILLET, Grand
Island, Neb. 84-3
TESTED AND PROVEN
There Is a Henp of. Solace In IJcIng
Ablo to Depend Upon n Wcll
For months North Platte reader
havo seen tho constant xpresslon of
prniso for Doau's Kidney Pills, and
read about he good work they havo
dono In this locality. What other
remedy over produced such convinc
ing proof of merit?
M. C. Rogers, Prop, of harness
storo, 514 Locust St., North Platte,
says: "Onco in a while my kidneys
havo boconio disordered and if I
didn't nttend to them right away I
would get in bad Bhape. My back
would become lamo and there would
bo a steady acho in It. When I tried
to stralgthen up after sitting down,
a sharp pain would catch mo. I know
my kidneys were tho cause of It, for
at such times they acted too often,
especially at night, Doan's Kidney
Pills havo always relieved any digns
of such trouble, putting my kldnoys
In a good condition. I know Doan's
can bo depended upon and I am glad
to recommend them."
Price 60c, at all dealers . Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's KIdnoy Pills tho same that
Mr. Rogers had. Foster-Mllburu
Co.. Mfgrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.
The Sutherland Courier has tho fol
lowing to say cf the potash plant now
being erected at that place:
Right now the Republic Chemical
Works are excavating for one of tho
largest building in Western Nebras
ka. This building when completed
will be 90x285 feet. The foundation of
this building will require 1500 loads
of gravel, which by tho way is right
cn the property owned by this com
pany and will not cost so much to
Tho side tracks are in and freight
is being unloaded from them. Before
permisson would be granted for these
tracks it was necessary for Mr. Por
ter to prove to the powers that be in
Washington that he had potash In
paying quantities and that tho gov-o-nment
would benefit by having side
tracks put in. The government sent a
man here for the purpose and he pro
nounced it good.
Two surveying crews have been
b isy surveying tho route for tho pipe
Une which will carry the potash from
the laker; north of ns to the plant and
it Is expected that the laying of the
pipe will commence in about two
For this work something over 81.-
OOn.OOd worth of tools is already on
Che ground. Also $125,000 worth of
material is on the way which will be
used in putting up the building.
Mr. D. S. McCalman, formerly con
sulting engineer for tho U. P., has
charge of the construction work, and
Is one of tho busiest men in these
parts. Ho is a pleasant gentleman to
meet and his record for work in the
past is a guarantee that the Republic
Chemical Works knew what it was
doing when placing him in charge.
Tho executive office of tho Repubic
Chemical Works is at 913-14 National
Bank Building, Omaha, Nebraska.
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1. and 2 Belton Building
North Platte, Nebraska.
DK. W. I. SHAFFER
K. of C. Rulldlng
NOHTH PLATTE, NEBR.
Associated With Dr. Drost.
Why not writo your flro nnd cyclono
Insurance Willi u reliable company
who Invest their premiums In Liberty
Bonds and phe our county the credit.
!?ee us for farm nnd nutomobllo rates
NEBRASKA REAL ESTATE CO.
L. M. McCLARA,
My one best reference I'm always
dated nhend Phone at my expense
DEimYBERRI & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day phono 41
Night phono Black GS8
Repairing, Cleaning and Pressing.
GERLE'S TAILOR SHOP
We Take Orders for the
Standard Custom Garment Co., of Chicago.
Will Make Garments in Our Shop if Desired.
604 Dew.y Street Over Green'e Billiard Hall
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