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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1919)
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The Masterpiece of the Master
All Critics ap;ree: Griffith has outdone
even his world- wonder "The Birth of a
THE SUPREME TRIUMPH!
Keith Theatre, North Platte,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
February 13, 14, 15.
18 Months in Making.
Taken on the Battle Fields of France, these
scenes will live in history and go down the path
way of time into eternity.
Wovon through all is the most Heart Grip
ping Romance of modern times.
"One would have to write columns to give
any idea of the scenes and incidents.' New York
"More action, more beautiful scenes, more
magnificent acting than you would get in a dozen
so-called features." Boston Post.
D. W. Griffith's
You Laugh! You Cry!
Shout With Joy!
2:1 S 8:15
Sweetest Love Story of all Ages.
See it. You will "then say "Thank' God"
for our boys who went ov er to crush the
greatest tyrant o! all ages Autocracy. ,
RESERVED SEATS ON SALE:
PRICES SOc, 75c and $1,00.
Twelve Hours of Entertainment
Crowded into Three.
Direct from the Large Cities.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Vaunita Hayes visited in Grand
C. M. Reynolds, of Omaha, was a
visitor in town yesterday.
SEE us for SERVICE. THE REX-j
Thurston Woodhurst spent Sunday
visiting his aunt and brother in Kear
ney. For Rent Furnished room. 204 oast
Third street- 7-3
' W. L. Carey, of Omaha, spent yes
terday in town as the guest of C. T.
For quick action and fiotlsfactorj
ale list yonr land with Thoclocke. tf
Tlio Royal Neighbors wll meet in
the K. P. hall Wednesday afternoon
at three o'clock.
Mrs. E. H. Gengo returned to Den
ver yesterday after visiting friends in
town for a week.
Mike McFadden, of Paxton, spent
Sunday with his family who aro guests
at the John Herrod home.
Dr. L. J. Krauso, Dentist, room 3
McDonald Bank building.
Frank Herrod, of Ogalalla, spent
the week end with his mother Mrs.
Rcgina Herrod of this city.
Express your sentiments on Valen
tino day with a box of Liggett's Choco
lates. THE REXALL STORE.
Wanted Contracts for plowing. Call
at 075 No. Locust. Phone Red 5GG. 22
W. J. Ilolderness, lato with tho Art
tiflcial Ico Co., is now electrician for
tho potash company putting in a plant
west of Sutherland.
Dr. Morrill, Denttst. Offlco over
Wilcox Department Store.
Thomas Briggs, elevator operator at
tho federal building, was called to
Omaha Saturday afternoon by the
death of his father.
Chas. Hupfer, who was in tho school
for naval ensigns at Chicago, receiv
ed his discharge last week and arriv
ed lmmo Friday afternoon.
Tho' Harrington Mer. Co. will buy
your Hay and Grain. Obtain our
prices before you sell. tf
Jack Stack, who has beon in train
ing at tho Great Lakes for soveral
months, is expected to return home
about tlie 15th of this month.
Sherwin-Williams nalnts anil vnr-
nishes. Ono for every surface and pur
pose, sola only at the REXALL DRUG
Dr. H. C. Brock, Dentist. X-Rayi
Diagnosds. Reynolds Bldg. Phono 148
Mrs. Thomas Gorham and two chil
dren of Grand Island, who were call-1
ed hero last week by tho death of a'
relative, returned homo Saturday a-l
At the Franklin auditorium Friday
evening tho high school basket ball
team defeated tho Ogalalla school;
team by a score of twenty-two to
For Sale A Jersey bull, two years
old this spring, eligible to registry. .
Writo I. M. Abercomblo, Bignell, Ne-I
braska. 9-3 '
Another light fall of snow Friday J
evening added more moisture to moth
er earth. The sun was right and warm
Saturday and the streets became t
For Sale Four room cottago at 404
So. Willow. Phono 784F2. . 8tf
Real estate men report that they
have sold many residence lots this
winter and that all the purchasers hot
with a view of erecting residences
Get your Dodge Brothers car order
ed now, when wo can give you def
inite delivery date. J. V. ROMIGH.
Dealer. 7-8 1
S. R. Derryberry returned tho lat
ter part of last week from Omaha
whero ho spent several days attend
ing tho convention of Nebraska hard
Mrs. Walter Adams and son Chris
tie, former residents of this city, are
visiting at the Shilling homo while
enrouto to Omaha from an extended
stay in Los Angeles.
A few deslrnltlo second-Iinnd Fords
at tho right prices. Hciidy-Ogjor Aulo
Among tho special features at the
Catholic Girls' Club danco this even
ing will bo musical selections by
megaphone by Messrs. Paul Harring
ton and James Sliaeffer.
ay! Stop, Listen, Read!
Do you know what we seH? Just read
over the list and if you need anything in
our line, phone206 or call at the Lamb
building on north Locuat street.
COAL OF ALL KINDS
PAN CAKE FLOUR
MIXED CHICKEN FEED
EGG MASH FOR
CALF MEAL OF ALL
LINDSEED OIL MEAL
LEYP0LDT & PENNINGTON,
Lamb Building, North Locust St. Phone 206
The Artificial Ico Co. is remodeling
its plant whereby the output will be
considerably Increased. It Is hoped
that with this Increased capacity tho
trado can be fully supplied.
Geo. S. Arnold, tho Rawlelgh man.
Tel. Black 1013, Ros. C14 Garfield.
All orders promptly delivered. 4-S
Mrs. Victor VonGootz, Jr., of Port
land, Ore., who was called to Garflold
by tho illness and death of her father
Frank P. Hoy, arrived in town Sunday
for a visit with relatives and friends.
The Ladies Aid Society of tho Meth
odist church will meet at tho church
parlor Thursday afternoon. A twenty
flvo cent supper will bo served at six
o'clock for tho ladies, their families
nnd friends. -
Old Trusty and Queen Incubators
and Brooders nt Fuclory Prices.
SIMON HRO. S-S
Julius Pizer last week purchased
1G0 acres of tho Scott Reynolds ranch
southeast of town for $10,000 cash.
This land adjoins tho P. & II. ranch
and gives a road outlet to a certain
portion of the ranch land.
Writing from Lembach, Germany, to
a friend, Francis Sandall says: "Still
on deck but not very keen on- bolng
entertained by the kaiser. Wo aro a
short distance from Coblenz and the
Rhino. Expect to be on our way home
boforo long maybe?"
Private money to loan on Improved
farm land. No delay, money sumo day
you make your application. 0. II.
Switchman Harry Douggett, charg
ed with stealing automobllo tires
from a car in tho local yards, had a
preliminary hearing In tho county
court Friday and wns bound over to
tho district court Hinder a bond of
$1,000; which he furnished.
Tho REXALL STORE delivers. Call
No. 4. .HWiSS
Harry Hinkle, who stole a watch
and other jewelry and war savings
stamps from Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cath
ers and from his room mate, and was
arrested at Suporlor, plended guilty
boforo Judge Woodhurst Saturday
and was bound over to tho district
court.- All the property stolon with
tho exception of a watch chain wns
surrondored by Hinkle.
DERRYBERRY & FORBES will have
a mill line of Draperies, Laco Curtains
ana W ton Ituus on ilisnlav nnn iinv
only, AVodnesdny, February 12th. Wili
no a treat to see them.
Archio Hood, who enllBted In tho
navy twelvo days after war was de
clared was discharged last week and
arrived homo Friday. During his ser
vice ho was stationed on four dlfforent
vessels and had soveral cruises to
foreign ports. At tho timo of bin dts
charge ho was chief yeoman on a
transport, a position that was suf
ficiently lueratlvo to hold had not Mr
Hood n desire to completo an educa
tion. Don't loso your noultrv with nnlitn
n!n or roun. when vnu run rum it
with Mo', Roup Remedy. You can get
it at mo Norm sido Drug Store or
or it. MCKarland. 2004 east 4th st. No
Platto. Nob., box C2C. C-tf
Federal labor managor Boolor say
the percentage of tho unemployed li
North Platto Is gradually growln
larger throuchont tho North Ptntt
district, which comprises twenty-three
larger and tlio same is truo throughout
mo .ortn nntio district, which com
prises twenty-thrco counties. Hi
bollovcH, however, that when sprini
work opens on tho. fnrms nnd ir
tho blllldlnc linos. ' a Inrtrn nor
centago of this unemployed labor will
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Don't neglect signals of distress Ir
tho kldnevs. Bnckaohn.
dcrs, pnlo complexion dark rings
anout mo eyos. moan kldnoy troublo.
Begin promptly taking Prickly Ash
wnors: it is a kidney remedy of th
first cinss. Price Jl 2tr ner imiti,
"JIM" CLINTON PREFERS
GERMANY TO FRANCE.
Writing from Rhinobrohe, Gormany,
to the homo folks iundor dato of
January 14th, "Jim" Clinton says In
"At last I am bnck with my regi
ment and enjoying life In Gormany.
Wo wont from the convalescent enmp
to Toul, whore wo recolved now
equipment. Spent ono dny there and
thon started on our trip, going thru
Motz, Luxemburg and Coblenz. Wo
changed trains and had a fourteon-
hour lay over at Coblenz. Wo oxpoct
to romnin at Rhlncbroho for some
time. Wo are on tho bank of tho
Rhino nnd all thoy say about tho
beauty of tho Rhino is truo. This is
indeed somo different from Franco.
nnd Is tho nearest llko bolng In tho
stntes of any country I know. Tho
prices for commodities are reasonable.
Wo aro short on soap, sugar and
bread, but otherwise it soms things
aro fine. Ono can Tinderstnnd why
Fritz put up such a good fight when
you spo tho railroad facilities hero and
tho amount of shipping on tho Rhino.
The rhango was notlceablo as soon
ns wo crossed into Alsace-Lorraine,
nnd as long ns I am abroad I am con
tent to stay hero Instead of in Franco.
I Core wo have electricity, riMinlng
water, cleanliness and beauty. Tho
people treat us lino nnd wo aro "sit
ting on tho world." Mo aro Bleoplng
in beds once again."
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Big Crowd a( Reception.
Tho reception tendered returned
soldiers and sailors by tho Sammy
Girls at tho Elks' home Friday even
ing Attracted a big crowd notwith
standing the stormy weather. Many
of the returned boys were present, as
wcro also relatives of tho boys, and
them was a good turn out of citizens
nt large. Tho program given in tho
lodge room consisted of vocal solos
by Mrs. Arthur Tramp, Miss Sadio
Trovillo and Paul Harlngton, cornet
olo W Earl Stomp, violin roIo bv
Trevoivn Douoot nnd readings by
miss wnitemnth nnd Miss Kelly. At
tho conclusion of tho program tho
lodge room wan cleared nnd dancing
was indulged in until midnight.
About eleven o clock a tralnload of
sailors enrouto to New York arrived
from the west, nnd about a hundred
of them woro brought to tho hall by
i nnfr n workers.
Upon arrival It was announced thnt
he fior would bo exclusively for tho
uso of tho soldiers nnd sailors, nnd for
nn hour tho only men on tho floor
woro thoso wonring tho O. D. or tho
CaKo nnd coffoo wns served in tho
iilnlnir hall, and my how thoso Jacklos
did vt cake.
A a whole tho reception wns very
wof-smi and plonsant affair.
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Fnther and Son Week.
Today opens tho Father and Son
week which will ho observed all over
tho country. Under tho program out
lined, tlio father and son will spend
this evening nt homo with games and
personal chats. Tomorrow evening a
dlnm r will bo served In tho basement
of Hie Presbyterian church with
tonst" by both father and sons. Thurs
day i onlng thoro will ho a conference
meeting of fnthors nnd sons nt tho
Franklin auditorium, when plnns will
bo discussed for providing clean
nmu'inont for tho young people of
tho city. Friday will bo recroatton day
and Sunday fnthors and sons will go
to church together.
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Tl county commissioners hnvo
been engaged for a day or two In
checking up tho books of tho county
tron- irer, nnd transacting such other
routum busInoBs, ns comos boforo
Having bo'' my shoo business I will
for a shor no offor my modorn
home at n In.
W H. r " R, 820 East Gth stroot,
Phoro Rr ' ").
Pny Checks Reduced.
Enforcement of tho eight hour
schedulo haa been general on tho
rnllronilft l tlin west with tho result
Hint mniiv eninlovoes who woro nnld
on an olght hour basis but who act
ually worked a greater number of
nours, havo una tno ngurcs on inoir
pity checkB much roducod. In mnn
mstnnco tho reduction has boon as
muclv ns one-sixth of the tunount for
merly drawn, and In a smallor amount
of cases It has reached one-fourth of
tho amount formerly drawn.
Thrco ncro farm Just outsldo of city
limits; about an ncro and half in al
falfa: four room house Possession
lBt of March. Terms. Inquire 302 So.
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Col. Jim Whlto nnd D. B. White, of
Sutherland, woro visitors In town yesterday.
Mom Deadly Weapons.
Boston, Fob. 9. Socrotnry of War
Baker warned n lnrgo audlonco hero
tonight that "uiiIohs tlio loaguo of na
tions idea prevailed, scientists would
invont, for nnothor war, weapons of
destruction boyond tho comprehension
ot thoso who fought in tho recent
Ho said ho know of an invention
thnt was being porfectcd which would
onablo mon to drop oloctrlcally con
trolled bombs containing BOO pounds
of explosives upon unprotected cities
150 miles distant. Thoso Implements,
ho said, would kill thousands.
Aching in tho small ot tho back Is
an indication of kldnoy disease Tho
proper courso In such, ensos Is to bo
gin at onco tho uso of Prickly Aoh
Bitters. It Is an offoctlvo kldnoy rem
edy und systom regulator. Prlco $1.25
por bottlo. GUMMERE-DENT DRUG
CO.. .Special Agonta.
COW BRAND FLOUR
H0RTH PLATTE ;i!
L CW BRAHD J!
IT MAKES BETTER BREAD
PATRONIZE NORTH PLATTE INDUSTRIES
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
North Platte Substation,
Offers for sale at public auction at tho Substation Farm
Bred Gilts and Tried Sows
One o'clock P.
TUESDAY, FEB. 25, 1919.
The breeding is Critic B, Grand Model, Deet's Illus
trator 2nd, Pathfinder, Orion Cherry King, Kern's
These sows aro herd mates of tho barrows that won
seven out of a possible nine ribboiiB at tho Deliver Show.
Transportation from and to town will bo provided
out of town bidders requesting same. Lunch at noon.
W. P. SNYDER, Supt.
Gummcrc-Dent Dr"r Co,, Special Agt
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