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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1918)
LOCAL AND 1'EKSONAL
J. J. Halligan transacted logal
business In Chappoll Saturday. "
A card recoivcd by Andy Sludor Fri
day, stated that his son Charley had
For Farm Loans see Gene Crook,
Room west of Vienna Cafe.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Weeks return
ed to Burkett, Neb., Saturday after
visiting friends in town for several
10 DISCOUNT on Men's Suits and
Overcoats. HARRY SAMUELSON.
J. C. Todd, who was sick nt the
Frank Buchanan homo for five or six
weoks, was able to leave Saturday
for Dexter, la.
Dr. Morrill, Denttst. Office over
Wilcox, lejiartment Store.
J. V. Romigh reports the salo of
a Dodgo Brothers sedan to Jonas
Swedborg, of Hershcy. and Dodgo
tourings to Henry Adams of Hershey,
and C. T. Clino of Tryon.
For quick action Anil -.atlsfactorj
ale Hit jour land with Thoclecke. tl
Writing to the homo folks Lieut.
Percy Schott says that when the Com
pany E boys arrfved overseas that
they wero Immediately separated
from ono another and assigned as re
For Sale on easy terms an eight
room house; modern except heat. In
quire of E. 0. Cool. 521 W.. 10th. 3t
In a lotter to W. V. Hoagland dat
ed October 31st Roy Loudon, now a
lieutenant in tho Thirtieth Division,
writes that ho had Just retured from
a six weeks' stay on tho frorit line,
and that ho had been sent to tho rear
to rest up.
Miss M. Elleman, steam baths and
Swedish Massage, ladies and gentle
men. Phone 897. Erodbeck bide. 85tf
LTeut. Cody Boal in writing to Mrs.
Boal from Franco (under date of No
vember Cth says he spent a day or
two with his sister Clara in London.
At the time of writing he had bean
ordered to tho front. He is now prob
ably with the army of occupation in
Dr. H. C. Brock, Dentists. X-Ray
Diagnosis. Reynolds Bldg. Phono 14$
Ewood Rodgers, who Is attending
tho students training school at the
Kearney state normal spent Satur
day and Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Rodgers. The training
school will close in a few days and
he expects to enlist in tho engineering
corps and bo transferred to some can
tonment. Ton need a winter lop for your Ford
Cnr. Seo llcndy-Oglcr Co.
Lieut. Leonard arrived homo the
latter part of last week. He attended
the officers' training school at Ft.
Snelling, received his commission and
had been stationed as instructor at
several camps. He was attacked
twice wHth the flu, tho last time so
severely that after his" recovery ho
was honorably discharged from ser
vice. A good, steady man is wanted for
general farm work. Good homo for
tho rtght man for a year of more.
Address P. O. Box 318, North Platte.
Railroad station agents have been
granted, by Director-General McAdoc,
a general wage increase of $25 per
month above the rate prevailing last
January 1. w;th minimum qf $90.00
por month. Eight hours is to bo con
sidered a dav's work, with pro rata
pay for twn hours overtime and time
and a half for service above ten
For Sales Single comb Rhodo Is
land Red and pure-bred White Or
Islington Cockerels. Ed. Samuelson.
Phono 7S4F12. 92-4
The Episcopal guild will hold, a
social fin tho church basomcnt "Thurs
A enrd was recoived yesterday from
Charloy Sluder stating that ho had
arrived safely overseas.
Lawrence Murrin, who has been at
tending tho students' training school
at Lincoln, is homo on a villi t.
Cows for Sale Seo A. C. Burton
or D. Wnkoflcld. 92-3
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Congdon and
childroa left for Chicago Sunday nfter
a visit wth Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Ccng
For Sale Poland-China and Berk
shire hogs. C. P. HOWARD. Phono
Unless tha government ass for J
more reports, Clerk Allen of tho reg
istration board says he can clean up
all tho work boforo Christmas nnd
tho offlco will bo closed nnd Us work
becomo a thing of memory only.
The slump in freight traffic over tho
Ui(ion Pacific, which, occurred tho
middle of last month, still continues
and road mon aro making about one
third less tsips than they did beforo
tho armistice was signed.
Ray Tumor, who was indicted by
tho federal grand Jury at Omaha for
receiving poison through tho mails,
was placed under $1000 bonds for his
appearance at tho next term of feder
al court in this city.
Tho Twentieth Century Club will
meet this nftornoon at tho homo of
Mrs. Ralph Smith, 523 west Second
street. Mrs. Bert Barber will mako a
roport of tho state meeting of woman's
Two things to remomber: Only 19
more shopping days till Xmas and
tho wonderful Xmas suggestions that
aro on display at HARRY DIXON'S
Threo good used cars all less than
a year old, sold with our 30 day guar
antee. If you want a good used car at
a fair price, come in. 1 Studebaker
7 passenger. Six nt $950. Dodge 1917
touring $800. Maxwell 1917 touring,
almost like new at $500. J. V. ROM
Sometime ago tho county commis
sioners inaugurated the plan of meet
ing, on Monday of each week for the.
tho consideration of general county
affairs and tho allowance of claims.
Tho plan is found to work well, as
the business is cleaned up more
promptly and thoso who have claims
against tho county do not need to
wait so long for their warrants. Gen
erally all tho business of tho preced
ing vink rnn hn trniiHnctnd in one
day. Formerly the commissioners met
about once a month.
Can you) imagine anything more
beautiful than the gold trimmed gob
lets for tho well sot table? These can
bo found at DIXON'S Jewelery Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flolsman re
turned town Sunday night and aro
packing up their household goods pre
paratory to removal to Omaha. Mr.
Fleishman has secured, his release
from military service and wVH open
up an exclusive ladies' shoe shop In
Omaha, having leased for a period of
ten years tho corner room in tho First I
NaAonnl bank building at the corner!
cf Sixteenth and Farnam.
A few oxccpUonnl bargains in see
on hand Fords. Hcndy-Ogler Auto Co.
W. R. Ilacourt, who had been in
service for threo months at the bal
loon school at Omaha, arrived homo
Sunday, having been honorably dis
charged along witli many others at
that school. Though ho was "cver
lastiiigly at it" from six tin the morn
Ign until nino at night, Mr. Harcourt
was much inteested in tho work, en
Joyed it and gained seme in wolgth.
He is again greeting customers nt
tho Harcourt clothing store with his
customary grao'ousness .
Given a Hearty Greeting.
It wns reported Saturday that a
special train of returning soldiers
from Camp Funston would pass thru
during tho nftornoon and that includ
ed would bo some of tho Lincoln coun
ty boys. The drum corps and hund
reds of citizens assembled at tho do
pot to meet the trntn which arrived
at 3:80, but the men on bonrd wore
troopers who had been stationed nt
Camp Kearney, California, had passed
east through North Platto early In
November, and after having been sta
tioned on Long Island, Now York, for
threo weeks wero boing returned to
California. They were, however, given
a hearty recoption by tho people at
tho depot and were served with lunches
nt tho canteen.
Flynn Out of Hospital.
Writing to J. L. Sinclair from
Franco under dnte of Oct. 2Gth. Jas.
K. Flynn In part says:
"Well I am back on the steam-gunge
again nfter a month nnd a half in tho
hospital and It seems like homo now.
I saw some of Tngader's outfit and
also a few of Cool's gnng, but wns
not nblo to locate anyone who could
tell mo whero to find them. As Inst
I have located the 'boy scouts' from
Doming but have not seen them yet.
I am feeling fine nnd still have all
tho bones God gave me when hp start
ed mo out. Everything is very nice
around hero now, nnd though they
keep us pretty busy, wo arc 'sitting
on tho world. "
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Everything Xow Open.
Tho board of health held another
meeting Friday afternoon nnd official
ly lifted the lid from nil public gather
ings and picture shows, although City
Physician Dent expressed himself as
doubtful whether such was Justifiable
In View of tho inllunezn conditions.
The state board of health however,
had advised the local board that it
was a question of closing everything,
i)nclu',ng tho schools, or allowing
everything to be open there coHild bo
no discrimination .
If the flu spreads tho ld will bo
put on tlghtor thnn ever before.
: :o: :
Conifer F.ldcr Hies in fninit.
Saturday morning Mrs. W. C. El
dor received a messngo that her son
Coulter, stationed at Camp Hancock,
Georgia, wns sick with pneumonia,
in tho evening a second message re
ported his condition critical nnd
Mrs. Elder wns making preparations
to lenve, when a third mesage brought
tho sad news that ho had died.
It 'is thought that the body, accom
panied by a soldier, will reach here
Wednesday night or Thursday. It Is
I'vobablo that the soldier boy will bo
given a military funeral.
tn UlSCOrXT on Men's Suits nnd
Overcoats. HARRY SAMUELSON.
R. D. Brge expected to leave Camp
Taylor yesterday, and stopping a
couple of days in Chicago will reach
homo the latter part of this week.
Among thoso mentioned ns killed In
action appearing In tho casualty list
published in Sunday's papers was
Frederick J. Gill, of this city.
Carl Sknggs returned yesterday
from Kansas whero he had gone to.
visit his brother who wns homo on
a fuiioHigh from a training camp
Dodgo Brothers Motpr Cars Eco
nomical Safe worth the money
.when new or used a standard staplo
product. Repair parts and service
hero nnd everywhere a good car to
buy. Ask any owner. J. V. ROMIGH,
Ladies' Coats, Suits and Dresses
On account of the set back to business in general by
influenza, we have placed our entire stock of Ladies'
Coats, Suits and Dresses on sale at reduced prices.
These goods are regular stock goods made by ihe
best tailors in their respective lines, not goods such
as are made up for sales that try to make up for
lack of materials and workmanship by the use of
The reductions we have made are substantial
and we invite you to come in and compare the values.
We arc not quoting prices as that tells you nothing
unless you see the garments.
Cold weather is just here and the season for
these goods is just opening.
HONKER CITIZKN I'ASSKS
AWAY LAST THURSDAY.
Duroc Jersey Bonrs, a few good
ones left. Sired by Illustrator Giant
250409. If you wnnt a good boar seo
lv'm nt my place. Pedigrees furnished
with each one.
GUS LINDQUIST, Route 1, North
Fred Ginnpp, for nearly fifty years,
a resident of Gasun precinct, passed
away last Thursday. Death was duo1
to dropsy, with which ho had been ,
trtUbled for a number of months. The
funeral was hold yesterday and in
terment made in tho Ft. MePherson
Mr. Ginnpp wns ono of thoso mon
who helped to blaze tho way for tho
Bottlers of tho western plains nnd
guard them against depredations of
Indians, for ho was n m ember of H
company. Fifth Cavalry, a military
. unit that probably did more Isdlnn i
DOROTHY GISH in
You see they have a Thrift Stamp Drive nnd to boost the drive
they have a baby show, and Battling Jane's adopted kid wins the
$500 prize nnd then the renl father turns up and tries to pre
vent the kid from soaking the whole sum in Thrift Stamps. Geel
men are all like that.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, Thur. and Fri. DEC. 5 and '6
Disappointed in not getting deliveries in the BOY'S LINE nnd the
HIGHER PRICES which will prevail tills coming spring, we have de
cided to close out stock on hand. This is strictly High Grade Merchan
dise and sold with a guarantee to give satisfaction:
Shoenberg's Guaranteed Suits and
Overcoats Age 3 to 18
$15.00 Values for $11.45
$12.50 Values for $ 0.45
$10.00 Values for $ 7.45
$ S.50 Values for $ (5.45
Nuns and Busch Famous Shoes For Boys
$4.00 Values for $8.00
$0.00 Values for $4.50 f
$5.00 Values for $4.00
w t tunnel' 'wnprto
uinniiui iAvfcSh. ."BrTrvT-
gs Jm 'sagas
Topsy Stockings 10 cent Values !() cents.
C. & W. Roys Waists $1.0 0 Value 75 cents.
C. Ss AY Roys Shirts $1.2 5 Values 05 cents.
Roys Rouble Seat and Knee Overalls
Ago 3 to 10 $1.:I5. Age 10 to 17 $1.55.
Roy's Odd Pants 25 Per Cent Discount.
HARRY SAMUELSON. 1
1 app in these campaigns wore P. H. Mc
Evoy. W. C. Ititner, Luke Healy nndj
one or two others who aro North
Platto residents. In recognition of j
their services in theso campaigns!
i these men were hut roeentlv nresen-!
j' Mr. Ginnpp wns honorably dis
xi charged from service In 18G7 and
IE shortly thereafter homestended land
r2 In Gnslin precinct upon which he had
in conlnuously resided.
O: Ever loyal to his country, over truo
jC ,to his friends, a good citizen nnd an
221 Industrious man, tho passing away of
EXJ Fred Glnapp is regretted by evoryono
Swho know him.
i . .
tfl! Why did thoy fear Lnsslter? Ilo-1
IE j eauf ho rode hard and shot straight, j
red and he backed honor with two blg
blarlt guns. Got acquainted with Las-.
Hltor iln "Tho Itldors of tho Purplo
sago" at the Keith Wednesday and
Hive White, of Suthorlnnd. was In,
town yesterday onroute to Hastings to
attend tho annual convention of coun
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Symptoms of kidney dlsenso should
receivo instant attention, as neglect Is
dangerous. If your back aches or you
have trouble with tho urMie. begin
taking Pricklv Ash Hitters. It is a
dependable kldnov remedv. , Price
fl Ti ner bottle. Gummore-Dent Drug'
Cr . Special Agents. !
Xotlcfl In Creditors.
Estate No. 1589 of Florence Love. I
deceased . '
In tho County Court of Lincoln
Tho Stato of Nebraska. s.. Cred
itor of said estate will take notico
that the tlmo limitod for presenta
tion nnd (Ding of claims ngalnst said
ostaio Is April 3, 1011. and for settle
ment of said ostate i December 2d.
1019. that I will sit at tho couuty
cftirt room in suld county on Janu
ary 3d. 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m. and
on April 3d, 1919, at 10 o'clock n. in.
to receive, exnulne, hear, allow or
adjust all claims and objections duly
wm. h. c woonnimsT.
D3 4w County Judge.
COW BRAND FLOUR
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IT MAKES BETTER BREAD
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aimpiy a llttlo pill to be Injectod undor the akin
Write tvr free IluukkU cm "IlUcklrir anil How to 1'rovcnt It"
FOR SALE BY Wim III mill Mil ll n
Stone's Drug Store.
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