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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1918)
Our Christmas Stock
IS MOST COMPLETE
You know what UNCLE SAM says: '
By doing this you will save man power for
.the nation'. You will get much better service
in the stores and will surely receive a great
deal of comfort in performing your duty to
- your loved ones.
We cordially invite you " to come in and '
inspect our stock which .you will agree with
us is the most complete:
Our crises are bubbling over with Xmas
goods that will sure interest you.
JL U.JLJLU (I JLJ M .MUM UM-U IL'V.
Is an honest, consclcn
. tlous and successful ef
fort to co-ordinate the
functions of the optome
trist ami opttlclnn .In one
establishment for Uio
purpose of furnishing
bettor service at a rens
That' mo hnvo succeeded
Is evidenced by over In
creasing patronage. It is
our amotion to Improve
this service from time to
time and continuously
merit your approval.
Harry Dixon & Son,
Jewelers, Optometrists, Opticians
North Platte, Neb,
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NORTH I'LATTE CELOHATES
jSIGMNG OF THE AKMISTICE.
No elobratfon ever hold In North
la comnnred lt'i Exuberance anil
sincerity with that which marked tho
' signing of Uio armistice promulgated
which celebration bogn shortly before
four yestorday morning, and continued
In a more or less spirited manner un
til twelve o'clock last night. Tho bul
letin announcing that tho armistice
had been signed reached North Platto
at 2:30 a. in., but it was not until
a few minutes beforo four o'clock
that Arthur Hoagland loaded up for
ty pounds of dyaninite in a car, took
It to the city park and exploded it.
Tills wne the first intimation North
Platto had of tho receipt of the glad-
somo news. Following theeo ex
plosions the valves on -tho whistles
J at the round house, tho shops, tho
I water plant, and on many locomotives
in tho yards were opened, and for ful
ly a half our there was a perfect bed
lam. Roused from slumber by Uieso
far reaching sounds, tho people has
tily dressed and came down town on
4 foot and in cars and at 4:15 several
hundred people had assembled at the
corner of Front and pewey, and each
suceeding" minute augmented the
crowd by scores. The drum corps and
tho band soon mado their appearance,
FWS MOIT TUP nnvs R""s of nust,crs cured many
.M& AHOIT THE B01S nml crntea for a bon.flro whlch
1VIK) ARE IN THE SERVICE , wn8 started and then a continuous
parading of the streets and around
the bon-firo continued until nino
o'clock amid drum corps and band
music, singing, doafeifing cheers and
the firing of guns by the Home Guards
Walter Hoxie is now stationed at
Porto Gusto, Sicily, in the naval radio
service. His ship is anchored under
tho shadowy of Mt. Aetna.
Rev. Lindenmeyer, in tho Y. M. C.
A. work at tho Great Lakes trainlnc'In thlrts minutes following the blow-
North Platte, Neb.S
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDoiuild
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Louise Peters, now of Grand
Island, was the guesj of relatives in
Felix J. Bokoskie, of this city, and
Miss Verna M. Kahoe, of Tyron, woro
married by Judge Woodhurst Friday.
A few exceptional bargains in sec
ond hand Fords. Hendy & Og.'er Auto
Dr. Voorhees Lucas nas been ap
ing of the whistles, thousands of
people were on tho streets and a gen
oral hurrah of a timo was held by all.
Early in the morning it was an
nounced that Mayor Waltemath had
proclaimed tho day a public holiday
and shortly thereafter every business
house was placarded with a sign
which read: "Closed tight, the Kaiser
has gone to hell."
During tho day hundreds of. people
from tho country came in, and thru
out tho afternoon Dewey street was
crowded. At two o'clock another pa
rade started in which the band, drum
corps, members of the Red Gross nnd
Canteen workers and scores of auto
mobiles took part.
Tho jollification was continued last
ovening with parades, ben-flres nnd
music by tho band. A country resi
dent who spent yesterday with us re
marked that he never had seen North
Platto put qulto so much pep into n
Conl is $80 a ton over
there. Do you want your
boy to have n warm place
to spend his evenings this
Put the United War Work
Campaign over the top.
BltKSlDENT WILSON CANCELS
OUTSTANDING DRAFT CALLS.
camp, returned to Ids work Sunday
nignt atler a ton days' visit at homo.
Claude Peters, wso was attending
tho students' training school at tho
stato. university, left last week for
Camp TflylorAto go into training for
an artillery offlcor.
Louis Kelly, who had been in a
training camp on the Pacific coast,
returned homo tho latter part of
last week. His "game" leg, duo to
injury received in a football game a
couple of years ago, prohibited him
(from longer remaining in tho service.
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If you want to bny or sell farm or
city property, the record of sixty-four
homes and lots sold by this agency
since March 1st, 1918, should be a suf
ficient recommendation to see us. If
y.ou want to buy or sell, list with ns.
The II. & S Agency, llrodbeck IMdg.
Phone Ted or Black G12. J. E. Sebas
tian, 3It;r., Residence Phone Red .IIS;
J. C. Jlollmnn, Attorney, Residence
Phone. Jjel 3S1; 0. P. Temple, Real
i-.siaie salesman, jces. mono s.n.
' Acting Stato Director Treste, of the
Nebraska Red Cross, spent Sunday in I Mrs. Frank Hoxie and granddauch-
town making preliminary arrange- tor left this morning for Santa Anna, I
ments for tho annual Red Cross mem- .-,, ...... , , . i
brsh.li, campaign which will bo ho,(1 Cal., wher they :11 spend the winter.
(Jet a Winter lop lor you Ford at
Hendy & Ogler Auto Co.
Tho remains of Mrs. Bruce Brown, I
who died Thursday night, wore taken
to Hastings Saturday for interment,
a brothr coming here to accompany
the body and was Joined at Brady by
Mr. Brown, who had been ill with
President Wilson yesterday ordered
the cancollatfon of nil outstanding
draft calls. Tills stops tho movement
of all draftees, and therefore Uio ninety-three
Lincoln county men who
were called to leavo Friday of
this week will not need to go. This
action of tho president was anticipat
ed following tho signing of tho arm
istice. That no more mon nro needed
on tho battle field, and that those now
thoro will need do no more fighting
Is Joyful news to everyone.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Plumor nnd
daughter Alice, of Maxwell, who havo
been visiting in town for ten days,
leavo tomorrow for San Diegb to
spend the winter.
For Sale Ton head of shoats. W.
W. Gates, Phono 875F11. SC-2
County CominiBsloner Springer
came up frdm I3rndy yesterday and
:it at noon for Omaha where ho was
balled by the death of a child of Mrs.
Mrs. M. L. Overstreet left Sunday
fpr a visit with relatives in Lincoln,
whiich was her home before coming
to North Platto.
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Money to Loan.
Plenty of six per cent money to loan
on farms and ranches, Interest pay
able annually with privilego of pay
ing part or all at nny time. Loaiis
closed promptly. No delay.
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
UNCLE SAM SAYS"
Use Home Products
You are Helping to Relieve the Rail
roads When You Say
"COW BRAND FLOUR"
TO YOUR GROCER.
s PATRONIZE NORTH PLATTE INDUSTRIES
Legislature Strongly Republican,
Tho next session of tho Nobrnska
logislaturo will bo ovorvholm(ngly
republican. In tho senato Iho repub
licans will havo twenty-nlno members
nnd tho democrats four, whilo in tho
houso tho republicans will havo olgh-ty-flvo
nnd tho democrats llfto6n. It
has been a number of years slnco tho
republicans havo had such a liig leg
1 For Sale Sweot Clover seed (white
blossom) 2Hc and 30c por pound. Wrlto
for sample. L. C. MILLET, Grand
Hoartburn, heaviness in tho stom
ach, bloated feeling, conted tonguo,
bad breath, dizziness and vortigo,
(blind staggers,) quickly roliovcd by
Prickly Ash Bitters. People who
havo used it say thoy can oat heartily
without mlsory, wlioro boforo thoy
tried it tho most healthful food scorn
ed to get them out of fix. Prico
$1.25 por bottlo. GUMMERE-DENT
All persons caught with firearms
within tho limits of Uio North Platto
cemotory will bo prosoouted to tho
fulloBt extent of tho law, or Bhooting
into tho cemotory grounds. By or
dor of tho Oity Mayor nnd Cemetery
Best Price Paid for
Office nt the Old Stock Ynrds
Ve nlso buy cattle.
North Platte, Nebraska.
Repairing, Cleaning and Pressing.
GERLE'S TAILOR SHOP
Wo Tako Orders for the
Standard Custom Garment Co., of Chicago.
218 East Oth Street
Garments in Our Shop if Desired.
V-Ovcr Kcon'o Gun Shop
December lGth to 23d.
Dr. Morrill, DenWst.
Vilco I 'apartment Store.
Mrs. J. P. McGovern, who came
hero tho early of last week to visit
her son Frank before he left for Camp
Taylor, and had been the guest nt
the Fonda residence, returned to her
homo in Denver yesterday morning.
New light wagon for sale. L. E.
' O. H. Thoelecke and C. C. Hupfer
returned Sunday from a duck hunt on
the Loup rlveV. They were very suc
cessful, though the fowl were not
?T0,noted!,HnI,F,f0onae ly Plentiful they were ten
u . o. jjujo iv. n....b ' i uavs neroro
lur HIV iuitll l mill uiou.i
For Sale Seven
boars. Pure bred.
Westfall, Phone Red 873.
87-3 The remains' of Charles Bailor, hus-
A committee has been appointed on band of she who was formerly Ina
over seas Christmas Parcels, who will Reese, passed through Saturday en
be at Chapter Headquarters, every af- rout to Plattsmouth for burial, ac
tp.rnonn from 4 to 6 o'clock to give compained by Mrs. Bailor.
out cartons to those having labels, i -. J
and recolve, wrap and Inspect tno
filled packages 'until Nov. 15th.
Used Reo, 5 passenger, value $500.
Will trade for any U'nd of good prop
erty. Inquire at Tribune Office.
Sam Soudor has been appointed
county chairman of tho Red Cross .
membership campaign which will he
held December ' 16th to 23d. He will
shortly begin the work of organizing
the county for a 100 per cent cam
Last week a thirty cent local in
Tho Tribune sold a $7,500 residence, n
t locnl rented a house, a
ten cent local sold the furnishings of
a flvp-room houso. Tho jTrlbpo baa
a guaranteea circuiaipon oi uyerj
2,000; it reaches thai p'ooplo, hence
tho advertlsor gets returns from the
advertising ho inserts in its columns.
The regular Lincoln county teach
ers' examinations will bo held Satur-
day. Novembor 16th at Brady. Max-
well, Sutherland, Wallace, Wellfieet
and North Platte.
Tho first school dlstrct to complete
its campaign in tho United War Work
campaign was the ono Bouth of the
city, of which W, P. Snyder Is "he
chairman, who mado his return bat
urday. Tho district went consider
ably over the top. Tho second dls-
trlct to report was the ono In which
Wjn. Ebright is chairman. Ho ro-
ported Sunday, and his district also
Tent considerably over tho top.
Wanted: Drlvor. Inquiro American
Railway Express Co.
What to send "tho boy" ovorseas is
a conundrum to a good many North ,
Platto mothers. Ono lady says that as
socks, wristlets, amUwoarJng apparel
of such nature can bo purchased ovor-
seas as cheaply as. here, that it seems
out of place to send thorn. This lady i
suggests that hard candy, salted al
monds and other confections would
nrobtibly be appreciated more by tho
Ruroc-Jersey Ufalo Pigs.
For Sale Twenty head. These are
registered. Thoy will not be kept over
thirty days. So call or address at
83-G .North Platto.
When the sleep Is disturbed at
night by urinary troubles tho best
thing to do is to take Prickly Ash
Bitters. It has a strengthening in
fluence in the kidneys and bladder.
Price $1.25 per bottle.
GUMMERE-DENT DRUG CO.
To be held 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,
R. G. Sowles & Son,
J. M. Souder,
COL. A. W. THOMPSON, Auctioneer.
A. C. PIELSTICKER, Clerk.
For all Boys and Girls living within
traveling distance of North Platte in
,f ront of our store
Monday, November 18th,
AT 4 O'CLOCK, P. ML
A present free to all who attend. If .',' ,
you would like to own a real nice
Shetland pony, a buggy and harness
FREE be there. ' '
Mothers come and bring the babies
we have a present for all.
GEO. FRATER, Your Druggist
boys than anything else.
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