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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1919)
What Do Folks Think
When You Squint?
The Wife ones nsk fjmlr mollior,
VIit makes Mr. Jones look so fun
nyl" Older folks think, ula will ruin Ills
cigcs. Ho ought to got glasses."
If you only nmllzcd how miicli com
fort hurt sullsfucllon properly filled
glasses bring liow much (hey bene-
fit sight ami health you would come
to Clinton's today to luiio your eyes
examined, and lime Jio proper glasses
made for you to preserve and pro'.ecl
C. S. CLINTON,
At the Sign of'the Big Ring
Conrad Walker lias boon at Excel
sior Springs for soma time taking
John II. Edwards loft Friday for
Chicago wharo ho will transact busi
ness for a week or more.
Jonteel Kaco I'owdor gives a de
lightful bloom to the comnloxlon.
Sold only at the REXALL STORtfl.
Mrs. C. I Carson, of Gothenburg.
Is expected horo this week to visit
her 8on Perry Cnrton and family.
Miss Margaret Mottln. late with the
Tramp storo, has accepted a position
In the office of the electric light com
pany. Mrs. Matt Walsh left the latter part
of last week for Council Muffs to
visit with the formor's sister for a
couplo of wooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Hons, of Grocloy, Col.,
aro oxpoctod horo tho first of noxt
month to visit tholr daughtor Mrs.
GoorKO Trexlor for a woc-k or longer.
KANTLEEK Rubber Goods. Thoy
can't leak bocauso they are moulded
In ono piece. REXALL STORE.
Word was received in Sutherland
Friday that Harold Dunn and Harold
Applogatc, both of that town, who
had boeen In sorvlco overseas, had
landod In Now York.
BIG SALE WILL
LOCAL AND FEKSONAL
Julius PIzor left tho latter part of
last weok on a busings trip to Omaha
and KansaH City.
For Sale Thorobrod Huff Orphlng
ton Roostors. Phono Hod BOO. 2
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Husband loft
Saturday for California whore thoy
will visit for a month or two.
Jlr. and Mrs. Chas. Thornburg re
turned to Rttwllns, Wyo., Saturday
after a visit with local friends.
Miss Francis Isaman, who had boon
visiting tho Salisbury families, return
ed to her homo In Aiurora Saturday.
SEE us for SERVICE. THE REX
ALL DRUG STORE.
Harry Urodbcck, who had been sta
tioned at tho Great Lakofl naval train
ing station, received his dlBchargo last
weak and arrived homo Sunday.
Phonograph and 40 records for sale
choap It taken soon. Log houso on So.
The young pcoplo of tho Episcopal
church will hold a social in the church
basement this ovonlng, an Interesting
program will bo rendered.
Lost botweon Clinton's and tho shoo
Bhlnlng' parlor, handbag coriuilnln?
purso with money. Flndor call Red
1017 for roward.
Tho Lutheran ladles of tho Fourth
ward will moot at, tho homo of Mrs.
Guy . Covf,r, 008 west Ninth street
Thursday afternoon, Jan. 30th, at
Jonteel Faco Powder gives a de
lightful bloom to the complexion.
Sold only at tho REXALL STORE.
Chas. Leypoldt, living eight miles
west of town will soli at public auc
tion Thursday of this weok eighteen
head of horses, twelve fresh milch
cowH and a lot of farming niachlnory.
For Sale Flat tdp desk with pol
ished ground plato glass top. Phono
64 G or Red 8110.
Evoryono who knows anything at
all of motion pictures knows that D.
W. Griffith niakos pictures that aro
ncrvcr surpassed and soldom, if ovor,
equalod. Tho "Ulrth of a Nation" and
"Hearts of a World" havo provon this.
Noxt Monday at tho Keith will bo
shown ono of his productions "Tho
Groat Lovo, ' a story of women In war
time. Keop these dates In mind nnd
watcn Kriuay'u paper for further an
nouncomonts of this groat production.
This Is tho tlmo of yoar most try
lug on thoso inclined to bo const!
patod. Many droad wlntor bocauso of
it. Don't worry, Just take IIolllstor'B
Rocky Mountain Toa, naturo's gift of
wonuraua liorbs, so scientifically
ulonuod, results aro guaranteed. Sold
y ueo. Prater. Druggist.
For Salo Uronzo
Tho Mutual Hulldlng and Loan As
sociation begins tho year with, re
sources of over ono million dollars
It rankH tit the forefront of the puroly
homo associations of tho state
Miss M. Slcman, steam baths and
Swedish Massage, ladles and gontlo
mon. Phone 897. Brodbeek bldg 85tf
Sorgt. Chas. Martini, who was with
the HGOth aoro squadron ovorsoas,
arrived In Horsey last Friday. Ho
miraculously escaped with his llfo
The Leader Co's Big Store-
Wide Clearance Sale
Sale Will End.
THOUSANDS ATTIvNH SALE.
Lust Days Kxpccied To Fill Storo To
Capacity With People From All
Over This Section of .Nebraska
"Just as all good things como to
an end, so does thl store-wide clear,
mire sale," said J- E- Nelson, mana
ger of Tho Leader Mercantile Co.
"In somo ways Its a matter of re
gret to tw," wont on Mr. Nolson.
"Whllo we anticipated a big salo be
cause of the values offered It has
provon far larger than expectations.
"Pcoplo havo como from all ovor
this section of Nebraska. Mall ordors
havo 'poured In from all over this
section of tho stato from thoso not
being able to como on account of
conditions of roads. Wo have recelvod
ordorK from nB fnT out as Wyoming
and thoro is Just ono reason for this:
Tho Iluylng Public has put this sale
and our advortlsed word to tho tost
and provon the sincerity of both.
"For this reason wo expect the last
days and Saturday, tho last big day
to bo exceptional, because Monday
morning following prices will rosumo
their proper 1 ovoid on nearly all goods
now on sale.
"Its novor happened in tho Mercan
tile History of North Platto, a salo of
whon ho fell 3,000 feet whllo Hying g0 broad a scope,' concluded Mr. Nol
In a 'piano. gon "nd I dont know when condl-
Ilavlng sold his farm to Mr. Modcen Hons will be such as to make It pos
ot Horshoy, Charlos Leypoldt, living slble for another. For that reason
olght miles west of town will Include every family who can come to North
In his salo noxt Thursday a lot of 1'iauo any oi tne last nays or aauir
farm machinery not previously advor- day should bo hero and take advan
ced. Jttifco of the really unusual opportunity
Dr. II. C. Brock, Dontlst. X-Ray ' . . .0..
Diagnosis. Reynolds Bldg. Phono 148 T(jl(. ((f ,.,,.
It Is roported that F. H. Rico, a Tlios. E. Hurgner is In receipt of
ranchman living north of Brady, has the following letter:
purchased of tho Platto Valley Land
& Cattle Co. 020 acres of land adjoin-
Inc Gothonburg for $G2,000. Thoro
aro splondld buildings on tho place.
Jim. and George Shoup and Jim
and Charloy Whlto of Sutherland at
tended tho horse show at Denver last
weok, and A. B. Yates, Donald Mc-
Neol and C. Haught of tho same town
spoilt; tho wctok In DosMo,incs at
tending a tractor demonstration.
"In reply to your letter of Nov. 2Gth,
will say that your brother joined my
company after I left for France last
August and died boforo I returned to
it curly In November. Upon Inquiry I
find that you have every reason to bo
proud of him. My lieutenant reports
that ho was always a loyal and true
soldier and was really loved by his
comrades. Ho died of pnoumonla Octo
ber 29th, at the army hopltal at Mont-
fort, Franco. To tho best of my know
M. AV. RICHARDS,
Captain U. S. Infantry.
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Tho Harrington Mer. Co. will buy ledgo ho Is also burled there. You will
your Hay and Grain. Obtain our bo notified of the exact number and
prices boforo you sell. tf location of his gravo later. I am ex
Ogalalla partly were In town Sun- f"0,?: B"? "'"L1.." .t;lv you "
.1..., .., .ui.... ,.m, ....M.linnt v mwiu uuiiiuiu imuiumuou uiiih una
Beck relative to tho oreUon of a o you my heartfelt synv
community church In that town, and " ' vn trV.iv
the construction of tno cdlilco is prac
tically. assured. Tho estimated cost
is around thirty tliousanu dollars.
ueo. a. Arnoiu, tno uawieign man. riimiim linln of hVkMul-s
loi. isiacic Loi.1, lies, on uariiom. An arrangement has bcen 'perfect
,u oruers prompuy uonvoreu. -s whorolv thn EvnmrnHsflo mont-
tn a lottor received tno uutor nan intra to bo conducted bv Mr. II. C,
of last week by local rolatlveB Fred Knowles at tho Christian church havo
l'otorsou, who is in Kappoi, uermany, i)eon changed from tho month of
writos that hlH company is on guard March to May. This change was made
duuy and does not expect, to reiurn uor two reasons: ono tho great do
maud on Mr. Knowles time and sec
ond tho possibility of a hotter weather
condition hero. Under the arrange
ment Mr. Knowles goos to Phoenix
Ariz., for March. Tho church has call
Tills Is of Interest to you If you desire to buy or sell n home.
The JL & S. AGENCY SOLD and closed seventy-eight deals for CITY PROPERTY
from March 1st, 1!)1S, to January 1, It has made four sales since January 1st,
15)15), thus beginning the new year in proper style.
Our list now comprises about sixty properties ranging in price from $900.00 to
$5)000.00 situated in all parts of town. We have buyers for homes priced from $2000.00
to $1000.000, especially in the Second and Third wards. Also there are daily calls for
vacant lots in these two wards.
List with us and we will sell if it is possible to do so. If you desire to buy, wo have
some rare bargains.
Own your own home, it Is cheaper. Sleep under your own roof, and be sure you
don't have to move. Pay like rent, but lie your own boss.
yo are AGENTS for the OCCIDENTAL BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION, a
Nebraska Seven Million Dollar Company, the Second largest in tho lVorld, and can
LOAN you the MONEY to build your house on vacant lots. Also we placo investments
at per cent in paid up stock in the Association; or at 7 per cent or better in monthly
installment stock which pays out in 117 months. Ask us about it.
The INSURANCE and BONDING DEPARTMENT of the II. & S. Agency writes
bonds, lire, tornado, automobile, farm,- liability, property damage, hail, and all other
known kinds of insurance, except health and accident insurance. Nothing but Old
Line, responsible companies in the office Will be glad to have you consult us.
Thanking you for your good patronage last year and soliciting part of your busi
ness this coming year we remain,
AT YOUR SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT.
Phones Red and Black 612
I'AMS CHEATIONS YVOKX
II Y STOltKY L JiEW PLAY.
to tho United States until July
tth or lator. Ho says tho houses
and barns thoro aro built togothor.
Fred Is with Co. A, 47th U. S. Inf.
Hoxall Ordorllos. Unspeakably sat
Tho radical change from tho rough
ind ready clothes of a logging camp
to tho filmy and dainty creations from
a Paris atelier, was the experience of
Nan McDonald, played by Edith Storey
in "Tho Silent Woman," which will
bo tho attraction at tho SUN Theatro
Tho story opens in a Hudson Hay
Camp FIro Girls 3Ccct.
Tho Nicafigeo Camp-flro Girls held
their regular meeting Saturday ovon
lng at the homo of their guardian,
Mrs. M. E. Crosby. A council fire was
held and dainty refreshments sorved.
Lottlo Laruo lit tho candlo of love.
Fern Schwell tho candlo of work and
Blanch Llndenmoyer the candle of
This camp-flro has been organized
slnco last October and most of the
girls havo almost fulfilled all the re
quirements to becomo wood-gatherers,
Isractory for tho bowels. REXALL ed Mr. Wallnco Tattle as choir dlrer
DIIUG STOKE. Soo ma for SERVICE, tor. Mr. Tattle is a man of rare qualifl-
countv commissioners mot in lv- Tuttlo Is a man of raro qualifl
sosslon yestorday and . transacted canons as song loauo ana specialist.
routlno buslnoss. Thoy oxpoct to ho In
session continuously for a wook or Even noturo runs riot in "Tho Rain
two as soon as tho court Jury is dis- bow Trnll" ut thn Kolth Wmlnrwdnv
charged, as tho commissioners' room and Thursday among tho bcaiu,tloH of
is useu as a jury room. At tins con- naturo aro Rainbow Hridce. Surnrlso
tinuou session tnoy win niaKQ soini- Valley and tho Painted Desert.
annual Houiomcni wiiu mo county ::o
officers. plan Now Ilon.l (?,,
For Sale Ruta Rod Rabbits for Tho Horshey Times says that the
mcata and other purnoHOfl, Aso a fow Paxtou and Hershoy Water Company
Flopish Giants. Inqalro at 222 oast contemplates tho erection of a head
Tenth stroot. 2-4 Kato for their canal. Engineers Chas
McNamara of North Platto and Frank
Palmor of Sutherland wcro present nt
tlio annual meeting last weok with
plans and specifications, figures on
matorials otc, and tho approximate
cost was estimated at $14,000. Tho
mooting took a thirty day adjourn
mont to discuss way nnd means of
financing tho proposition.
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Roar in mind wo havo merchandise
at tho right prico at all times. Special
prices just now. H. T. TRAMP &
Dr. Morrill, DonW8t. Offlco ovor
Wilcox Department Storo
FARM LOANS I
The Federal Land Bank at Omaha has authorized
J. C. HOLLMAN, Attorneyj
and Secretary-Treasurer of the Osgood National
Farm Loan Association, to receive applications for
Federal Farm Loans.
Interest Rate 5 1-2 Percent
These loans may run 34 and a half years and aro payable in
small eeirii-annual payments. Liberal options of payment on
Do Not Pay Big Commissions.
Tho Federal Land Bank has been established by tho rjovern
mcnt to make Farm Loans at cost. All profits are divided
among the borrower. No other institution can fjivc you these
SIXTEEN MILLION DOLLARS
Has been loaned to farmers by the Omaha Land Bank tho past
year. If you need n loan it will pay you to see us soon. Let us
explain this system to you.
J. C. HOLLMAN, Attorney
And Sec-treas. for Osgood N. F. L A.; Rooms 1 to 5 Brodbeek
Building, North Platte. Nebraska.
trading post in tho Great Northwest
with tho heroine an omt-door girl, fond M, flot ,, tn .,.,, . ,.
of all athlot c sports and whoso host flro Th(J carapflre ls plannlng to camp
dross consist of a simple blouse and out for a weok or tWQ noxt mmm
skirt. Fato draws her into tho life or d , order t0 def expenses,
a. family from tho cast and through , hold fl , f , t
them sho goes to New York. Hero she tJmQ ' s
ls transformed into a woman of the, ' o-
latest mode and charm and her clothes J B u, , tho on tl carth and
aro of the most exponslvo that money undcr t, vaters w,n bo d b&.
can buy. Entering into tho character i twwm I3oroas mastcr of stormg and
of the play Miss Storey is equally at-1 Annotto Kollcrman, "Queen of the
irucuvo uh uio oruuzy muo uiickwooiie s Sen. at tho SUN Thentro for TWO
iiiiu iiiu ii uiisiui iiiuu wuiiiun til
Tho play Is ono which gives this
charming actress full scopo for her
noted emotional powers and tho ro-
manco which runs through tho plot
furnishes a delightful vein of senti
ment which ls beautifully brought out
by this clever player.
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Rexall Cream of Almonds. A liquid
Cold Cream pleasantly porfumod.
UEXALL STORE .Seo us for sorvlco
days, beginning Thursday. Sensational
swimming and high-diving feats, for
which Miss Kellorman is internation
ally famous, aro combined . with the
genuinely dramatic story, which
brings fairy-loro right up to date
with tho latest destructive appliances
on land and sea. In tho big sceno
Miss Kellorman dives S5 feet from a
Pioneer Farmer Passes Away.
Frank P. Hoy, ono of the early set
tlors of the Garfield tablo and a well
known stockman and farmer died
Thursday morning, passing peacefully
away after an Illness of several weeks.
With him at tho timo of death wore
his wife, three daughters and two sons
Funeral sorvlco was held Saturday
and interment mado at Arnold.
Mr. Hoy was a successful stbck-
man and farmer and ono of Lincoln
county's best citizens. Ho had Just
completed a lino modern homo on his
ranch, and was shaping his business
affairs so that ho could take life more
easy after thirty or more years of vig
orous efforts In Lincoln county.
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Otto F. Ress of Big Springs and
Lois Bennet of St. Paul wore mar
iied by Rev. J. H. Curry Thursday.
Judgo Woodhurst united in marrl
aso Friday Lilo Dedmoro and Mildred
Coates, both of Keystone.
J. W. Murray and Polllo O'Neill,
both of this city, wore married by Jus
tice Sullivan yesterday.
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See tho latest risen star on tho
photoplay horizon Marion Davlos in
her sweet breath of springtime "Ce
cilia of tho Pink Roses" at tho
Crystal tonight and tomorrow.
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STRAYED About two months ago
from sections 25 and 35, five miles
northeast of Dickons, two Whlte
facod yearling steors, branded with
Jug or bottle brand on left side on
ribs. Good roward for any informa
tion leading to recovery of same.
JOHN WILKBN. Dickons, Neb.
We havo been assisted greatly in providing tele
phone sorvico in theso busy times by tho cordial co
oporntion of the public, who havo been quick to
appreciate tho extraordinary job wo wero doing
under war conditions, and wo are very grateful for
The King of Character interpretation in
"The Rainbow Trail"
A Fitting Sequel to the Riders of the Purple Sage.
First Show 7:15. Second Show 8:45
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Let V go to This One!
CHARLES RAY in
"The Law of The North"
A Story of the Country where it's five shirts cold. Plenty
ol excitement to keep you from ehilling thru.
Keith Theatre Thursday and Friday
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