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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1918)
NORTH. PLATTE, NEB.,
LOCAL A'1 PERSONAL
Miss Irnui IVrne left yesterday for
TunceK Cat., wheie the oxpoctg to
spend tne winter.
Gift perfumes in fancy package.
Shop qarly at tho IIEXA.LL STORE.
Mls Marlon Law on nnd mother
loft ltiBt evening for a visit with
friends In Central City.
Dr. 13. B. Baker is spending today
in Grand Island on business connect
ed with the Fidelity Insurance com
pany. A few exceptional bargains In sec
on hand Fords. Hendy-Ogler Auto Co.
Found yesterday, Ladles pocketbook
containing money, papers and pair
of glases. Owner call, pay for this ad
and rocolvo iropetry.
Tlio TrlWuine'8 "iiddJS machine,"
Slipped a cog Tuesday In tho total of
tho bank deposits la tho. county. The
total should havo read "dvor $3,700,
000." Word was received in town Tues
day of tho arrival of a ten pound
boy to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maize
of this city. Mrs. Maizo is at present
This should be a real gift Xmas.
Remember everyone, and don't forget
that DIXON'S Store is full of sug
gestions. C. H. Hayes and M. F. Maynard,
of Ogalalla, were In town the -early
part of tho week and drove home a
Dodge toUrlng car and a Dodgo com
For your ladies' Xmas what would
please her more than ono of tho fine
cameo pins which are on display at
DIXON'S Jewelry Store,
Elwood Rodgors, a member of the
students-' training school at the Koar-4
noy state normal, spent Thanksgiv
ing with his parents In tljis city. Ho
will romadn ih school until June.
v Remarkable, gathering of bargains
for saving shoppors. Como tho first
day possible and take advantage of
those exceptional bargains offered by
THE LEADER MER. CO. .
The tietsnthm hospital was closed'
Wednesday, all patients having recov-;
erri from attacks of tho flu. I
D.iy your6oat. suit, dreaa or fursv
during the sato at THE LEADER t
MBit.' CO. and reap the reward of!
your foresight. ;
Dr Conlin. who has boon a guost
at the Dixon homo for a couplo of
weeks wlillo recuperator frcm Sferio-is1
illness, will return to Omaha Sunday,
leaving Mrs. Conlin and baby horo
to conttnuo thefcr visit.
Buy your coat, suit, dress or furs!
during the Uo at THE LEADER
MER. CO.. and roup tho reward of
The remains of Miss Elea Kelso, n
trained nurse who had been employed
In Counclt riuffs, arrived Wodnoaday
and were taken to tho home of her
parents iu Plant ' precinct for inter
ment. Death was duo to the llu.
RemdrknWo gathering of bargains i
for saving shoppors. Come tho, first
day possible and .take advantage of1
theso exceptional bargains offered by
THE LEADER MER. CO.
I am trying to procure some chil
dren's clothing for a family of eight
children in want. If anyone has any,
cast-off clothing nnd will bring It to
mo I will sco that It gets to this fain-;
ily. Mrs. W. V. Hoaglnnd.
More than half of the attendants
at tho village fireman's dance at Her
shey last night woro young people
from North Platte, who being denied
tho 'pleasures of the dance by tho flu
ban took this opportunity to Indulge.
North Platto had its Thanksgiving
football game yesterday afternoon be
tween teams composed of high school
students and employes of the shops.
Tho high school boys won by a score
of twelve to nothing. As tho game
was Hot widely advertised the atten
dance Was rather small.
Good CoWmbla records at DIXON'S
Jewelry Store: Over, the Top. I'm
always Chasing Rainbows, Fancy
You Fancying Mo, Levinsky at the
Wedding, Those Drafting Blues.
Juik Hauler Is nsslstlng In the
Erodbeck market "till the boys conv.0
homo," throe of Mr. Brodbeck's sons
beng in tho"servic .
A dafeatiVB flue caused a minor
blaie hi tho W. R. Mnlonoy furniture'1
ftoro yesterday but was discover!1
before any daman occurred.
County Chairman Pnttorso'h. of tho
Ccunty Council of Defense, has been
notified that the National Council of
Defense has withdrawn all restric
tions on Christmas bctylng. Each por,
.-c-n is now at liberty to buy what .ho
or she may desire without fiacturlng
the rules of conservation.
All RcndB Load to Romt and all
Copying end3 at THE LEADER
MERCANTILE CO. You may look at
all the stores for bargains In tho best
coats, suits, drosses and furs, but If
vou'ro wise, you'll return nnd buy nt
'Lincoln county boys writing homo
frcm the dlfforont enntonments say
that while repo.rti are that they are
"oon to bo turned looso no (Into of
their leaving has been established.
From tho tone of their letters it Is
evidont that camp llfo has now bo
como very much of a drag.
AM Roads Lend t Rome and" all
snooping ends at THE LEADER
MERCANTILE CO. You may look at
all tho stores for bargains in tho best
conts. sufts, dresses and furs, but .'if
vou'ro wise, vou'll return and buy at
Mrs. Belle Ellison, wlfo of Albert
Ellison, a Second 'district ongfnoor.
died! Tuesdny at hor homo in tho
1300 block on west Sixth at tho ago
of thirty-two. Death was duo to Span
ish influenza, with which she had suf
fered but a few adys. The romalns
wore taken to Jewoll City, Kan.,
Wednesday for Interment.
Will there be a Columbia in your
homo this Xmns? Thoro is nothing,
that, will niako youir houie more cheer
ful than music. Tlio Columbia excolls
all in tone quality. It plays all makes
of records, and is nuda ln all finishes
of wood. Step into DIXON'S, tho Jew
eler and seothem.
Elmer C. linker employod in tlie
Union pacific auditor's office In Onuv
1ir. arrived Wednesday night to spend
Thanksgiving with his wifd nnd other
Our friend Col. Jim Boyd McDon
nld, now of Omaha, hag about regain
ed his normal condition nftor being
; con fined to hbJ room for a wook or
ten days with an attack of the flu.
' Thp board of heath hold a meet ng
yonterday foronoon and after eonnld
tlerlng the-' flu situation decided that
it conditions do not grow worse by to-
snorrow ovonlng church sr1ices may
,1)0 resumed Sunday nnd tho picture
'hows may open Monday ovonlng.
D. A. R. mooting Doc. 2, 1918 at
7:30 p. m. Mrs. G. T. Field hostess.
jMusic, Dorothy Hinman. Progress of
the World War with Mnp Illustrnlons,
Mrs. Win. Hundy. National Leadors
Of the Countries at war, Edith Patter
son. Military Lenders of Amorlca
and of tho Allies. Mrs. Annie Church.
Demobilization of thp American For
ces, Mrs. I. L. Mlltonborgor. Roll
Call What shall bo done with tho
National endorsement has been
given tho 'plan of beautifying tho Lin
coln Highway through tho planting
of inomorlal treos along this traneon
tinontal routo, in honor cf tho Amorl
can soldiors and sailors who gavo
their lives In tho sorvico of tholr
country. Through tho Conservation
Department, tho Goneral Fedoratlon
of Women's Clubs hns undertaken to
arrango for the systematic .nlnntllng
Of theso memorial trees lir tho eleven
statqg through which tho Lincoln
Highway runs, from tho Atlantic to
Hero Is something which will In
terest every family who has a boy in
the sorvico of Uncle Sam. A small
metal plato 3 In. x Wi In. long with
this wording uprm it, CTJuV is a
home of a soldlor (or sailor) defend
ing the causo of God, Humanity and
America." This Is to bo put up-out-aide
of the door of the homo of a sol
dier. Tlio prlco is one dollar at HAR
Here is a chance to
surprise vqur wife
with a nice present.
offers an unusual opportunity for
women to see what's what in the new
Furs and Styles. We will show an
endless variety of fashionable designs
in neckwear, muffs and fur coats. By
making selections now you have a
larger assortment to choose from.
On the above date we will have a
special display and sales stock on hand
and invite the inspection of all our
friends and patrons regardless of
whether or riot they contemplate buy
ing. ALBRECHT FURS
By making a small
payment we -will
hold your purchases
until Christmas. '
We are exclusive representatives. You
cannot socure them elsewhere.
These famous furs combine quality of skins
with fur making skill. They have a touch of
exclusiveness that makes them different . and
desirable. It matters not how much or how
little you wish to invest in furs we will fill
your needs and satisfy you.
Children In llnd Surroundings.
A petition bust been filed tir tho
oountj' court ngaf.st WJlltnm Van
Nattn, who has been baling hay twoN
ve miles northwest of town, charging
him with vAili'd neglect of his four
girls ranging 1n age from threu to
curieeu year of age. Thos ohlldren
.with several other pomons aro living
;n a lltilo nhnok that U unlit for ovon
keeping cattle; the mother being
dead they have no parental care, and
thu conditions under which they are
growing up vJill loud to cause such
"fciihlren to lend vicious and Immoral
lives. Tho potltlon neks tho court to
commit the chlldron to a suitable In
pMtuVon or find homes for thorn. Van
Natta will appear' In court in a day or
two and tho caso be threshed out.
Pith of Today's News.
A conntor revolution ' Is In full
swing In Germany. Tho roactionarloa
aro attoinptlng to dissolve the coun
cils of workmon nnd soldiers.
Tho Hamburg Echo, organ of the
Social Domocrnts, claims that tho
sailors and harbor workors aro threat
toning to refuso to work on any ships
which aro llkoly to bo equipped tor
trps to tho United States for tho pur-
poso or transporting food.
Roports from London Bay that tho
blockado ngalnst Germany will not be
liftod, as tho provisions of tho armls
tlco forbid such action. .EffortB had
been made to raise tho blockado in
ordor that Gormany might obtnlln food
Tho population of Vienna Is report-!
cd in a desporato situation owing to a
lack of food. Each of tho ton soup
kltchons aro feeding G.000 men dally.
General improvement In tho hoalth
of soldflors In homo army training
camps and cantonments In shown by
tho report of tho surgeon general for
tho week ending Nov. 22. Now cases
of inlluonzn numbered 3.390, compared
with 4,485 tho woek before, and thoro
woro decronaes In admissions for
Already Paris Is bndly ovorcrowdod
and tho Indications aro that convon
fng of tho poaco conforonco will soo
conditions unprecedented In any other
city. It will practically bo out of tlio
nusotlon to got rooms In any of tho
hotolB. Already dologntes of the var
ious allied power havo reserved hun
dreds of rooms for thomsolvoa and
their stnffs of secretaries. In somo
instance wholo hotels' havo boon ro-
Moro than a million and a half
nrlsonors of various nationalities
haye been released by tho Germans,
according to estimates based u'pon ro
norts received by tho American Third
army. Of this number approaimatoly
250,000' will wins thru- thoAtnorjcan
lines nnd will bo fed by tho Ameri
Tho question of demanding tho ex-
trpdltfon of tho ex-knlsor of Gormnnv
will bo considered nt London ntvr
vppk nt n nrcl'mlnnrv poaco confer-
mioo of Interallied chiefs. Inoludlne
"romlor Clnmenqenu and Marshal
Thanksgiving sorvlc.es woro held nt
tho court house park yesterday after
noon, but tho chilly tomporaturo pro-
vonted a vory largo attendance.
Dr. Shnffor wMl be In his own nfflco
in tho Bolton Uldg., over tho Oasis,
aftor December first.
Flint Lutheran Church,
Morning worship. 8:30 wlthUormon.
A ThankBgivIng Mesaage -belated .
Evening worship, S;15, A Mighty
Pro Vid once.
Snmday School, one o'clock
C. Franklin Koch, 1
Tur Yanks Woro Hosponslbto.
Dr. Solf, foreign secretary in tho
now German government, announced
In Berlin Tuesday that he had sept
propoals to tho' Uptod States for an
armistice nnd poueo because tho par
ticipation of Amorlca in the war "prov
ed tho decisive factor.
l'otostnnt Episcopal Services.
Dec. 1. 1018, First Sunday In Ad
vent; P;45 a. in., Sunday School; 11
a. m., Litany Sormon ami Ioly Com
munion; 7:30 p. m., EvoniiiK Prliyer
and Addross. St, Paul's Chnpol. North
bhio, a: oo p. in., Sunday School.
Wo ask every nioinber to noto tho
ro-cponlng of tho Church and urge
you to bo presont nt least at tho
olovon o'clock sorvlcos. that wo mav
Fhow forth our Thanksgiving to God
lor urn great bonoilts bestowed upon
ill during tho past yonr,
Rov. A. D. Jonos, Rector.
Tho editor of tho Raltliuoro Sun,
who has Just returned from abroad,
mihllshod a lencthv artlcln fn'.liln
panor yesterday In which ho products'
a clash between tho allies when they
surround the peaco tablo. England h
says, win want to "pick ano uernian
bono." to which tho United States will
object, and statos further that tlio
English and Fetich lilgh commands
hnvo no lovo for Goneral Porshlng
and aro loth to give tho Americans.
credit for thdlr work. It may bo pos-
slblo that General Porshlng forsoos
troublo nt tho poaco conference nnd
to this is due his demand that tho
American nrmy of occupation bo not
ios than 1.400:000 men.
You Can Do
Many u man litis found that lib makes
fpVYcr mistakes, does better work and
more of it, hud feels more lit nt tho
end of tho day since he took to wear
Tlio reason Is simple. Properly lilted
glasses gnvo liliu clearer vision vtllUi
out the eye slrnn Hint causes Jiend
aches, iicrvoiiHiiess, Ured, uchlng
eyes. Of course, ho can do hotter
Vou can. too, If you let Clinton's op.
tometrlst. tiiko cni;o of jour yes.
Drive Away the
Chill With a
North Platte Light
& Power Co
C. S. CLINTON,
Jeweler and Optician
At tho Sign of the' Big Ring
If your Radiator leaks, or is
filled with sediment nnd your
car heats, have it fixed before
winter. Before using any
anti-freezing solution, be sure
your radiator is, tight and
Romigli Garage Glh and Locust Street
Tho Most Pleasure Giving
of all kinds sold at the
Ileauty, quality and utility
arc comhinetl at thej
low cost of
4Qc to $3.00
to carry your Yuletide cheer
, Prices are High
Before you ship come
and see me.
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