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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1918)
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., NOVEMBER 12, 1918.
Make the Kaiser exceed
the speed limit on the read
back to Berlin.
Our boys will do it, if you
keep them cheered up
through the U. W. W. C
Within 10 3IJles of Metz.
As tho last hours or the mighty com
bat drew near, French, Belgian and
American forces were rapidly) push
ing the last German troops frftm
Franco and Belgium. General Per
shing's men attacked Sunday over a
front of seventy-one miles from the
Mouse southeastward Into Lorrlane.
This drive, probably the last to bo re
corded In the war, gained an average
of two or three miles and approached
within ten miles of the fortress of
Metz. , V'4
Hard-working men and women are
as liable to kidney, liver and bowel
disorders a3 any others. Prickly
Ash Bitters is tho worker's friend, be
cause It keeps these organs In sound
vigorous condition. Price $1.25 per
bottle. GUMMERE-DENT DRUG CO.
Not Seeing Well
is Econmic Waste
If It is hard for you'to'sce clearly, or
If yon Itnvc headaches, nervousness,
or other distress caused by eye strain,
you can't do your -work as well as yon
A pair of properly fitted glasses will
increaso your earning power, and also
make you feel much belter.
Conio In and hare a talk wtyh out op-1
tometrist. Lot lilm explain In just
how glasses work. I
C. S. CLINTON,
Jeweler and Optician
At the Sign of the Big Ring
A Complete Line of Useful and
THE REXALL STORE
The Drug Store that is UP TO THE MINUTE IN
PAUL MANTIS OF 1IKNS1IEY
KILLED IS ACTIOS OVNNSKAS.
D. E. Martin, farmer and stockman
living north of Hershey, was Ih town
last evening and stated that he had
rpctlvnd word from Waelifngton Sat
urday that his son Paul R. Martin
had been killed in action October Gth.
Paul, who was but eighteen years
of ago, became a member of Company
E of this city when first organized
two years ago, and served on tho
Mexican border. Going with the com
pany to Camp Cody, ho remained
there until last Maywhen ho was sent
overseas . ,
Memorial service for the dead sol
dier boy will be held at tho Methodist
church at Hershey at two o'clock next
Sunday afternoon. It will be a mill
try funeral, and the North Platto
Homo Guards have accepted an invit
ation to Join With the Hershey Homo
Guards in payln military honors.
Getty Buys Mnldoon House.
H. N. Getty purchased the Albert
Muldoon residence on west Fifth
street Saturday, paying $7,500, which
is certainly a reasonable price. Pos
session will be given the first of next
CITY AjND COUNTY NEWS.
Mrs. Guy Popejoy 'and baby left yes
terday for a two weeks' visit with
relatives 'n Waterloo, la.
Judge Grimes went to Lexington
this r-ioming whs:c he will hold a
terin of district court this week.
Clyde Trifle returned yesterday
morning from Omaha where he trail
sacted pusinois ? - day "or two.
Fred Elliott left tills morning for
Toledo, Ohio, where he was called
bj- the rerious Illness of a brother.
Mr3. Harry Dixon, who was called
to Omaha o couple of weeks ago by
the serious illness of her son-in-law,
Dr. Conlin, returned home yesterday
-Mrs. Tpun. Snlishnrv left vostordav
for-'Aurorar Neb!, where she "will
spend tho winter with relatives. She
was accompanied as far as Grand
lahiiul by her s-.n Arthur Salisbury.'
H. H. Newman, county federal di
rector has received a telegram from
the State Federal Director to go
ahead with the registration of boys,
as the present development has no
effect on this organization.
No one pays higher prices for cream
than I do. E. A. WOHLFORD, Agt.
B. C. Co. 80-4
Mrs. A. B. Hoagland and children
are expected today or tomorrow from
Rochester, Minn. Mrs'. Hoagland
went there expecting to have treat
ment for approaching deafness, but
after examination at the Mayo hos
pital the expert announced that he
could hold out no encouragement for
For Sale young calf. Inquire 321
Send your gifts in
time to reach him by
It is not too early now.
It takes weeks and weeks
for mail to cross the ocean
and reach your boy at the
To make sure that lie
receives your remembrances
in good condition, we will
be glad to pack them for
you FREE OF CIIARCE.
WOULD SOW AT PKACE.
Death Deallntr (Jims on Entire llattle
Front Silenced ut Six O'clock,
. Washington time, Ycstor,dii)".
The groatost war In history ended
Monday morning at C o'clock, Wash
ington time, after 1,576 days of hor-;
hor, during which virtually the whole
civilized world has been convulsed.
Announcement of tho troniondpus
ovont was made at tho stato depart
ment at the capital at 2:45 o'oloak
Monday morning, and in a few sec
onds was Hashed thruout tlio conti-,
nent by tho Associated Press.
The torso anouncement of the stato
department did not toll anything of
the scene at Marshal Foch's head
quarters at tho time the armistice
was signed. It was stated, however,,
that at 6 o clock, Paris time, the sig
natures of Germany's dolegates woro
fixed to thO document which blasted
forovor tho dreams which embroiled
the world In a struggle which has
cost, at tho very lowest estimate, 10,
Following in bi'ief aro tho tonus
of the. armistice as announced by
Prudent Wilson Monday afternoon
in an address to congress: -
German nn.iles to evacuate France,
Belgium. Alsace-Lorraine nriU Lux
emburg vi h!i. fourteen days.
Gorman armies nitiit evacuate left
bank of Rhine, that territory to bo
administered by allies.
In connection with the evacuation
of the left bank of tho Rhine fit is pro
vided that the allies shall hold the
crossings of the river at Coblenz;
Cologne and Mayenco, together with
bridgeheads In a thirty-kilometer
Tho slight bank of tho Rhlnelahd,
that occupied by the allies, is to be
come neutral zone and the bank held
by the Germans is to bo evacuated in
nlnteon days. Tho armistice is for
thirty days, but tho president spoke
of the war as "coming to an end."
Germany must surrender 160 sub
marines, 50 destroers, six battle
cruisers, ten battleships, eighC light
cruisers and other, nilscella'neous
Among the financial terms aro
restitution for damage done by the
German armies; restitution o tho
cash taken from the national bank of
Belgium and return of gold taken
from Russia -and Rumania.
The military terms include tho sur
render of 5.000 guns, half field and
half light artillery; 30,000 machine
guns; 3.000 flume throwers and 2,000
The surrender of 5,000 locomotives,
50,000 wagons, 10,000 motor lorries,
the railways of Alsace-Lorraine for
use by the allies and stores of coal
and iron also aro included.
German troops aro to retire at once
from any teritory held by Russia, Ru
mania and Turkey before tho war.
Allied forces aro to have access to
tho evacuated territory either thru
Dnntzig or by the river Vistula. The
unconditional capitulation of all Ger
t forces in East Africa within ono
month is provided.
Russian and Rumanian treaties aro
Armlstlco lasts thirty days with
privilege of renewal.
Germany must surrender all sup
plies of war.
All allied vessels in German hands
must bo surrendered.
Germany must notify neutrals that
they aro freo to trade on tho seas (with
Tho immediate repatriation of all
allied and American prisoners with
out reciprocal action by the allies
also Is Included.
: :o: : .
V. S. Hoys' Working Reserve Corps.
All boys who havo attained tho age
of fifteen years and sovon months and
up to eighteen years who havo not
registered for selective military ser
vice must reglstor Thursday, Nov.
14th, between tho hours of 8 a. m.
and 6 p. m. Place of registration
county agricultural agent's office,
basoment Building & Loan BIdg.
II. H. NEWMAN. County Fodoral
-: :o: :
For Rontr Furnished room in
modern houso. Inqulro 417 oast Fifth.
Tho canvassing board l!as not yet
completed tho canvass of tho vote
,cast Tuesday of last wook, tho delay
j being duo to 'tho non-arrival of a
certificate from Lincoln of the Lin
coln county soldier voto. Only forty
iflvo Lincoln county soldlors voted.
I Mr. and Mrs. Porcy O'Brien loft
foB tho oast Sunday, tho formor going
to Excelsior Springs for a two weeks
stay and tho lattor to visit rolativos
in Independence, Kan.
Will you pay his dues to his club "over there"? They're
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Theo. Broeso went to Oninha Sun
day to visit his wife, who is in a
sanitarium in that city.
For qnlck action and satisfactory
talb list your land with Thoclccke. tf
Miss Florenco Stamp and Carl Bon
ner went to I'lattsmouth Saturday to
attond tho funeral of the lato Chas.
Good barn for sale, 24x24, 16-foot
posts; good haymow. Inqulro at 709
south Pine. - 86-4
Misses Lucillo Wilcox and Nanlno
Iddings loft yesterday for Lincoln to
visit friends for a fow days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Quay, of Sta
pleton, camo over Saturday ovonlng
and spent Sundayvwlth Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Moroy.
Miss M. Sleman, steam baths and
Swedish Massages ladles and gentle
men. Phono 897. Erodbock bldg. 85U
L. L. Walkor and daughter Mrs.
Lass and chlldron leave this week for
Kansas City, whero they will probably
make their homo.
A fow exceptional bargains In sec
ond hand Fords, llcndy & Offlor Auto
The hicher the war fund
goes, the deeper the
Give to the limit; the boys
over there are watching
DEERYBEMtY & F0M1ES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day phono 41
Nlk'ht phono Black 588
Pi over mm
ONE OF TSiE HUTS
MAINTAINED THRU THF
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPaMGIN
Tho Kaiser Abdicates.
William Hohonzollorn, Gorman eni
peoror and King of Prussia abdicated
tho throne Saturday, and his son-in-law,
Ernest August, duko of Bruns
wick has ronounced his right of suc
cession. Prince, MaxmllMsin, the inuVerlal
chancollor. will romatn in ofllc'o un
til questions connected with tho ab
dication of tho emperor are sottlod.
For tho regency, Froldrlch Bbort, a
socialist and president of tho main
committee of tho Rolchstag, will bo
Thirty yoars and almost flvo months
after ho ascended tho Imperial throno
William Hohonzollorn, his armies do?
feittcd in tho field, forced to silo for
rmlstjlco terms and tho Gorman peo
ple rising In revolt, gjvos up his
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.,
Having Enlisted in Q. M. C.
it is necessary that I move my family
somewhere in the east.
We offer for sale our entire house
hold furniture. Call 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
H. G. FLEISHMAN,
307 West 6th
teas '.'.tar - i day
powor. Ho camo into authority with
his country at tho threshold o an ora.
of peaco and material progress; and
ho loaves it torn by revolution and
Buffortng from tho hardships and
sacrifices of moro than four years of
war virtually ruined. ,
Paris again colobrated in tho truest
sonso of that word, all iay Sunday
and Sunday night. The city Is a riot
of song, color and Joy.
Tho protocturo of tho department
of tho Solnb announced that "pur
suant to Instructions from tho mili
tary authorities Paris may bo fully
Sunday night "gay Paris" was In
hor old brilliant gala dross again.
Dressmaking. Phono Blnck 1130. 2
North Platte, Nchr.
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