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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1919)
Where are My
He would not have to fuss with two pair
of glasses if he wore
I. GLASSES IV.
THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
They afford perfect reading and instant vision in
one pair of glasses.
Opticians and Optometrists.
DR. 0. II. CRES5LER,
Ofljce over the McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
If the wind storm broke any glass
for you call up the REXALL STORE.
We deliver glass. Any size.
Russell Langford, who was In over
seas service In the artillery and ar
rived In Now York ten days ago, ex
pects to rccelvo his discharge In a
day or two and then start home.
BRIGHTON UP with SherwIn-WIl-llam's
Paint. Sold only at the REX
W. B. Salisbury, street commission
er, loft Wednesday morning for Lena,
111., where ho will spend several
weeks visiting relatives. It Is the
first time in twelve years that he has
taken a vacation.
Special on Swift's Premium Hams
and Bacon for Saturday. Swift's
Premium Ham 38 cents per pound;
Bacon 53 cents. Half or wholo piece.
A reward of $5.00 will be paid for
information leading to the identity of
the children who have been in tho
habit of taking photos from tho lob
bies of the Keith and Crystal
Rooming house for salo. Good loca
tion. Phono Red 527. 10-2
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Wilcox left
Wednesday on a trip to Omaha, St.
Joe and Chicago, the object of which
js to purchase stock for tho AVilcox
Dept. Store. They will be absent
about two weeks.
THE REXALL STORE DELIVERS.
Call No. 4.
Harry C. Saum and Miss Opal Coy
kcndall, both of Maywood, were mar
ried Monday by Judgo Woodhurst.
They were accompanied by Guy and
Express your sentiments on Valen
tine day with a box of Liggott's Choc
olates. THE REXALL STORE.
Judgo Grimes has returned from
Kimball county where ho held a term
of court, and beginning Monday will
preside at tho adjourned term to bo
held In this city.
Lots of new spring suits and coats
aro coming, in every day at THE
LEADER MER. CO. When in the
storo ask tho sales people to show
them to you.
A. Kloinow, of Wellfleet, who was in
town Wednesday, reported roads to
that town in very bad condition. Ho
started home yesterday In tho strong
wind and probably had rough going.
A fow desirable sccoml-linml Fords
nt tlio right prices. Ileiuly-Ogler Auto
Charles Dixon, secretary and treas
urer of the Nebraska Optometrist As-'
sociation, will leave Sunday for Lin
coln to complete arrangements for
the state convention which will be
held next week.
Wright's Condensed Smoke. 4 Saves
time. Apply it with a brush. REX
ALL STORE, Agents.
Stalo Fire Warden Rishol, of Lin
coln, spent yesterday in town looking
over the town for tho purpose of not
ing possible fire hazzards end confer
ring with Chief Russel and with flro
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Throe acre farm Just outside of city
limits; about an aero and half in al
falfa; four room house. Possession
1st of March. Terms. Jnqulro 302 So.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
.i I ft r n r MT
FARMERS' Post-War Problems.
If there ever was a time when the farmer needed
the services of a strong bank manned by competent,
officers to back him up financially and counsel with
him on production, marketing and expansion prob
lems, that time is now.
With the era of stationary and declining prices in
sight, sound business judgments will be needed if far
mers are to continue to receive an equitable return on
their labor and investment.
Iu forming these judgments two heads are better
than one. Whether you are a regular patron of this
banlPor not, our officers are at your service.
Platte Valley State Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Deposit? Guarcm-leGcl Under Liciu7g of tKisStale
Closing out nil winter goods at big
bargains. Undorwoar, sweaters, for
man, womon and children at THE
LEADER MERCANTILE, CO.
George Brownfteld, who lives a mllo
southwest of IIershoy, was in town
Wednosdny advertising a snlo which
ho wil hold next Tuesday. Ho will
soil twolvo horses, ton head of cat
tle, brood sows and farm machinery.
Jonteol Faco Powder. Invisible and
clinging. THE REXALL STORE.
Judge Hoagland and Messrs. Shil
ling, Boll and Brown havo returned
from York whoro they attended a con
f,eronco hold for tho purposo of mak
ing nrrangomonts for tho encamp
ment of war societies to ba hold at
York In May.
Got your Dodgo Brothors car order
ed now. whon wo can give you dqf
Inito delivery dato. J. V. ROMIOII,
Tho first of tho Rod Cross escorts
sent out of Omaha with wounded sol
diers mado tho trip as far west as
Kearney Tuosday with three cars of
wounded boys. One of tho escorts was
a trained nurse who did eleven sur
gical dressings between Omnha and
For Salo A Jersey bull, two years
old this spring, eligible to registry.
Writo I. M. Abcrcombio, Blgnell, Ne
Yostorday J. E. Sobastlan ceased
his ovorastlng hustle for llfo insur
anco prospects and devoted the day to
welcoming tho arrival of a new son.
This young man coming during
father and son week was certainly
very appropriate. Tho mother and tho
boy aro reported to be doing nicoly.
THE REXALL STORE DELIVERS.
Call No. 4.
Willi o the wind was blowing a fifty
drawing card at the Sun theatro
terday morning a firo alarm was
turned in from a Dewey stroot busi
ness I10U80. Fortunately tho llnnios
wero extinguished in Inclpioncy and
without tho need of tho department.
Tho flro alarm, however, created a
Dr. TI. C. Brock, Dentist. X-Rny
Diagnosis. Reynolds Bldg. Phono 148
Theda Bara in "Cleopatra" proved a
eight mile gale nt seven o'clock yes
Tnfesday evening : and Wednesday
matinee and evening. The scenery
was wonderfiul, and though Theda at
times appeared wearing little but a
smile, her costuming was in strict ac
cordance with that of tho noted quccn
of tho Nile.
Tho Harrington Mer. Co. will buy
your Hay and Grain. Obtnln our
prices before you sell. tf
Tho disngreeablo weather last eve
ning seems to not to have effected
theatro goers for the Keith was pack
ed with people who paid their money
to seo Griffith's "Hearts of tho
"Wonld. Tiioso present last night
pronounco it a-wodorful screen croa
tion and that Its heralded greatness
had. not been overdrawn. Itwlll be
repeated tonight' and tomorrow night.
AVnntcd Two experienced wait
resses and a dish washer for the-now
McCabo Cafe. Apply at 120 west
Fourth street after 5 p. m.
That tho good roads spirit is not
confined to North Platto was shown
Wednesday when a Horshoy-resident,
learning of tho action takort'by the
good roads meeting Tuesday ovening
said: "We aro mighty glad North
Platte has takon tho inintive; go to
it and Hershey will meet you halt
way." With that spirit prevailing all
over tho county bettorroads aro cer
tain to follow.
Wanted Girl for housework. In-
'quiro of Mrs. Will Waltemath, 42,1
, V'. 3rd street.
' Tho McCabo Cafe in charge of Mrs.
Abel will havo its formal opening
Sunday, beginning with tho morning
service. This enfo will servo both
regular meals and short orders and
will specialize in homo cooking, which
no doubt will provo a drawing cardT
Mrs. Abel asks tho public to givo tho
McCabo Cafe a trial, feeling confident
that she will bo ablo to please those
who liko a good and well cooked
homo meal. ,
If you want a nlco house, poultry
nnd fruit tract of 5 acres. Seo mo
soon. Prico reasonable. R. McFAR
LAND, 2005 East 4th street. P. O.
Box C2C, North Platto. Ctf
Tho high wind Wednesday night di
vested trees of good sized limbs, blow
down awnings In the business dis
trict .twisted off several lights at
street intersections and blow In win
dow lights in two or threo business
buildings. Trash receptacles at tho
street corners wero blown from their
moorings and scattered promiscuous
ly over tho streets. It was certainly
a wild night, tho worst wo had for
months, but fortunatoly tho tompora
ture did not drop to much below the
All sizes of WINDOW GLASS.
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Thursday, February 27, 1919.
Sixty-five head o f cattle, three
horson, ono mulo and a lot of farm
machlnory. For particuars see bills
ED KIERIG, Ownor.
Indian motor cyclo In good shape
Almost now. Will sell cheap. Phone
U5l . 9-2
LOUISE GLAUM IX- "SHACKLED"
AT T1IK SUN SATURDAY NIGHT.
When Lottlso Glaum Is announced
as the attraction nt the SUN Theatro,
very human, crlnnlnir nnd rntnnntio
n,nd when tho author Is known to ho
uawrence McCloakey, who hns written
ninny of the foromost successos of the
scroen. nnd that tho production has
boon made under tho direction of
RCKilintd Harknr Hi Ilia Dnmtia
Studio -tho rosiest expectations aro
in a way to uo juntilled. Miss Glaum,
It Is to be remomborod, will no longor
npponr in roles of a vampire tvpo, nnd
"Shacklod" Is far from being a story
of this nature. On tho other hand, it
strums on tho heart strings of tho
llnor emotion and awakens a doop
Hympathy for tho horolno. All tho
world loves a lovo story. Hero Is a
lovo story with an oxcoptionally
Htrong and novol nppoaltho kind
that reaches chmr ilnw,. intn ti.n i.......t
and sets things aglow thoro.
Then, too, thoro Is an unusual back
ground of society llfo with all ttio gay
drOSShlir of fiinlilrmnlilr. Inl. ti.
... ....... u mm iiunvu
ana tlio elaborntonoss of tho most ox-
ciusio drawing-rooms. It Is not tho
kind of SOrlnfv nlnv Hint i.
j .... imo uruu
mado so painfully familiar, but soclo
ty llfo as it Is really lived, with itF
Ights and shadows, Its fun mid its
drama, for thorn nr iimmnnin ne nr.t
big drama i this production, mo-
iiiu.i.s wnoso tonsion and thrill Loulso
Glaum knows supremely well how to
"i"s iu ami unvo Homo.
Al tllP SILM Tllnntrn Ct....!...:
(From tho Tolepost)
-A loiter has beon received by his
parents that Jorrv Snvrfur lmu
Cd nt rami) Unili'n nml la 1v..,
his dischargo soon.
JUTS. J. W. l.Vltnr nvnnnta
about the 18th Inst' for Laramie,,
Wyo., to visit indefinitely nnd rocu-
ijuuuu in mo a. i .Nugent homo.
Two weeks ago wo mentioned Irl
Sowlc lmylnii a lino Pnlnmi.ruii
a Norfolk. Woll, ho sold It on tho
gruuim io an lowa farmer and cleared
iuu ducks over and nbovo exponsos.
Work commenced Mnml
ing away tho shod on tho north of
juiib oommer s store, that construc
tion may COllimonnn nil lln Piipninro
Stato Bank Building.
Joltn Uohron, accompnnled by Ed
Hostettcr. went to Omnli
Friday to undergo an operation of tho
lOIlgUO. Ills tOllCUO had HWnllnn an
ho could hardly speak that evening.
it is witn pnuo wo call attontlon to
tho statements of Maxwoll's two fi
nancial institutions. On Nov. 1, 191S,
Maxwell deposits w'ero $127,000' in
rounu numuers. on Jnn. 28, 1919, as
shown bv theso statements tlin ilo.
posits wero $1SG,000 or a gain of $49,
000 in threo months.
Having sold my farm flvo milos
WOSt Of North Platte. T will Roll nn
February 19th, 1919, cattle, horses,
uoar.ly idow tVvrm machinery'. 1500
bvushols of corn nnd forty head of hogs
' U. T. STEGMAN.
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Tlio following cbmmunicaitioii
roarhed The Trlbuno offico Wednes
day: Tho open season Is again hero for
certain bicyclists to run down men,
"women and children on tho sidewalks
of our residence streets.
'Mtlzons should givo warning to
thfir wIvpr and children" to walk in
tlio streets, and avoid use of tho walks
umil such time as protection will bo
furiished by sworn officials, or until
tho formation of an old time vigilance
committee, which seems necessary to
adjust this and certain other matters
in order to mnko our town a decent
and snfo plnco to livo in. Citizens let
us all got busy, and havo back bone
to assert our just rights.
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To the Public
('. S. Clinton. Onticlnn. will hn In
Lincoln tho last week of this month
attending tho Optometrist Convention.
Will bo pleased to make an appoint
ment with nnyono wanting their eyes
testod boforo that time.
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' For Sale Four room cottage at 404
So Willow. Phono 784F2. 8tf
If you want the family to bo heal
thy and active, givo them Holllstor's
Rorky Mountain Tea this month. It
repulntos tho bowels, helps tho ap
pet'to, puts llfo and energy in tho
wbelo family. 3Rc, Tea or Tablets.
J. O. PATTERSON. Druggist.
COW BRAND FLOUR
-I .-.-I,, I J ., I. ,
NORTH PLATTE. KIR
COW BRAND .A
IT MAKES BETTER BREAD
PATRONIZE NORTH PLATTE INDUSTRIES
Having sold my farm, I will sell on my place 4 miles west
of North Platte nnd 2 1-2 miles southeast of Birdwood Station,
joining what is known as the Red Ranch on tho south, on
Wednesday, February 19th,
Commencing nt 12:30 the following described property
9 HEAD OF HORSES
1 buckskin gelding 10 years old; wt. about 1200; 1 bay mare 12
years old. wt. about 1300; 1 bay maro 0 years old, wt. about 1000;
1 coming 3 year old gelding; 1 coming 2 year old gelding. 1 com
ing 1 year old more colt; 1 black mare 9 years old; 1 roan horso
9 years old.
Several Good Milch Cows. 2 coming 2 year old heifers
:3S II15A13 OF SHOATS
FARM MACHINERY: 2 sets of harness, P 60. wagon with top box,
hay rack, 14-inch stirring plow, disk harrow, smoothing harrow 3
section, Deere corn planter with 80 rods of wire nnd drill attach
ment. Canton 6 shovel cultivator. Moline 0 shovel cultivator the
above machinery bought in spring, two Standard mowers, two
listers, 2-row cultivator, binder, gas engine, 50 gallon gns tank
Overland car, 1500 bushels of corn in crib, 8 dozen chickens and
other articles too numerous to mention.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
Terms of Sale.Siuns of $10 and undor cash; over that amount 8
months tlnio at 10 percent. No property removed until sottled for.
O. T. STEGEMANN. OWNFR
RAY C. LANGFOKD.lOlork II. M. .101IANSEN, Auct.
Say! Stop, Listen, Read!
Do you know what we sell? Just read
over the list ond if you need anything in
our line, phone 206 or call at the Lamb
building on north Locuat street.
COAL OF ALL KINDS
FAN 'CAKE FLOUK
MIXED CHICKEN FEED
EGG MASH FOR
' CALF MEAL OF ALL
LINDSEED Mi MEAL
LEYP0LDT & PENNINGTON,
Lamb Building, North Locust St. Phone 206
The Overland Garage
Having employed Miner Hinman as manager together with a corps of good
mechanics, respectfully solicits your business,
Dress in fashion. Choose
from the Shayne- Brun
classy patterns and each
one guaranteed pure
wool. And don't forget
Extra trousers FREE
if you ODDER NOW
The Suit Man
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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. M-,
TUESDAY, FEB. 25, 1919.
The breeding is Critic B, Grand Model, Deet's Illus
trator 2nd, Pathfinder, Orion Cherry King, Kern's
These sows are hord mates of the barrows that won
seven out of a possible nine ribbons at tho Denver Show.
Transportation from and to town will bo provided
out of town bidders requesting same. Lunch at noon.
. P. SNYDER, Supt
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