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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1919)
Signs of Eye Strain.
Eyo strain is muscular strain. A net
work of tiny muscles enables tho eyo
to contract or expand, let In. much or
llttlo light, and to focus that light.'
A defect In tho shape of tho eyo may
causo those muscles to work extra
hard and undor constant strain, this
will causo tired, weary, aching, tear
ing eyes, headache, norvousnoss and
iProporly ground glasses, such as you
securo at Clinton's, end strain and the
troubles it causes.
C, S, CLINTON
JEWELER AXD OPTICIAN.
At tho Sign" of tlfo Big Bins.
The Women's florae Missionary So
citey of the M. E. church will moot
with Mrs.. Antontdos on west Sixth
street Friday afternoon.
Quite a numhor of farmers came to
town Saturday for tho purpose of see
ing the tank. They had not learned of
the mishap to tho tank.
LOtAL AND PERSONAL
Al Tift returned yesterday from
Iowa and will remain fop some tlmb
looklng'aftor bUBlnoss mattors.
Attorney T. P. Ryan, of Grand Is
land, was. In town yosterday on busi
ness beforo tho county commissioners
and loft in tho ovoning for Sldnoy and
to make Victory Lonn au-
Tho Overland Garage loports the
sale of Willys-Knight enrs last weok ! Alliance
to C. E. Drown and Curt Hinnmn.both ' drosses.
residents of this city. The dining room of tho now Palaco
For Sale Washing machino in good Hotel was thrown open to tho public
condition; can bo operated olthor by1 last week, though It will bo ton days
hand or motor. North Platte Light & bofore all tho ground floor rooms aro
Power Co. 23-2
Mrs. Albert Muldoon came down
from Ognlalla to spond Easter with
friends and while here was itho guest
of Mrs. II. M. Grimes.
Al Johnson, of Pueblo, a former
North Platte resident, was the guost
of Mr. and Mrs. C.. W. Buskins Sun
day whilo enroute to Iowa.
For Sale Eggs for setting from
pure brad Barred Rooks and single
comb Rmxle Island Reds, $1.00 per
setting, L. I. Tucker, phone Red" 1003.
DR. 0. H. C&SSLFR,
Offieb over the McDonald
Leslie Itaro. who
finished. Tho second and third floois
will bo ready for occupancy ns soon
as delnycd rugs aro received.
T. F. Bishop, of Council Bluffs,
has boen spomllngji few days in town
on business. For "several years prloi
to 1890 Mr. Bishop was foreman at tho
Union Pacific ico houses and will bo
remcmberod by many of our people.
The fire department was called to
the Wyllov Walker home at 914 wast
Fourth street to extinguish a fire
originating among some old olothos
in an outbuilding. Moral send your
F. J. Shell and family, of- Suther
land, visited friends in town Saturday
Now is your opportunity to buy a
suit or coat or both at an oxtromely
discount, do not fall to seo us.
E T. Tramp & Sons.
J. B. McDonald, of'Omahawacall
cd horo Saturday by tiio iUnossof lib
I havo' two registered Horoford
bulla. Wish to soil one fqr cash and
trade tho othor for a registered bull.
E. Sodorman. 29-4
Goorglna McKay camo down from
'SuU'iorlnnirio Sp6nar thtJ Week-end
with tho homo(fqH8.(. , .. t
F6r Trade- JO Acres laiia" and' town
lot in Lako Vlow, Oregon, for auto
mobile AddrosB 2 South Maplo street,
North Platto. tf!9
f CUT AND COUNTX NEWS.
RC JL. Oravs, of Omaha, spent the
jveek end In town visiting friends
while enroute to Denver. "
Mifffi Gertrude 'Scott . accompanied
Ruth Loan from Denver to spend the
Easter vacation cere,
Pacific valuation department, came i
down from Cheyenne Saturday to
spend Easter with the home folks.
W. L. Cary, of Omaha, spent Satur
day in town, coming here to be pre
sent at the opening of bids for the
construction of the state aid road.
Hall Insurance on Growing Crops in
best companies.. Woodlntrsi's Insur
Hnce Ageitcy, Koom S. Reynolds build
ing, Jlrs. Kelso, 3IanttM". 26-1
Comity Treasurer SoMder, who re
cently sold hlf residence in the south
east part of town, Is erecting a five
room modern cottage near the site of
the house he sold.
. Frank Ericsson ' -and brother, of
Gothenburg, were in-town yesterday
transacting business, and visiting
the Union 1 0u clothes to the Red Cross te be
shipped to, the Belgians.
We visited the Pass greenhouses the
other day and found the stock of bed
ding plants the best we have teen
there for several years.. .Chaa.Pass,
Sr.. has been looking after the Inside
work for nearly a year past and this
largely accounts MV the splendid
condition of the flowers and plants.
.Owing to a re-arrangement of book-Ito-ts
"The One Woman" will be shown
at the Keith theatre Wednesday Mid
Thursday, April 80 and May 1, instead
of this week aa was formerly adver
tised. It will be worth your waiting
for though, so please kep the dates
An auto in the Durbin garage- be (Sp
ared Saturday evening, 'termed. Jflle
gasoline and grease on tho ei
and resulted In the Are department
ing summoned. Employes of th
ane, however, quenched the
A- -; - . . ir:
Lieut. Cody BoftI and. Mrs. Boal leit J Mends. Frank landed In North Platte
yosterday morning for Cody, Wyo., to! n 1S7B and later located in OhWtlln
Vinit Mrs. W. R Cody. j preoinot.
The PMinW nwnn ninU will meat Call ohoue 212 and. vou will bo In
r . ..iti, mm um with iho Ktunmt hm.i owktwrv with a Pvrenc extinauiaher before
Unrke, 814 east Third street. ., ' ' Btore in the cltyvA trial, order meanD I Are .truck .arrived. The damage p
Vm M aJetaaV steam- baths and a customer, im sttgemann. ; Hignt. , , .
ZhnTm k(mr'V. 27-2, The ruling that packages, lor trig
u.on Phojif 897. Erodheck bldg Bf.tf. Pc tBifster McEvoy is now at Jars overseas must be accomnawM
,t.iji r,.. t-w n,.. i llceHostfir, AUTOi.. nntvitiK an -etamin- oy a written reucBi sigm-u ur?,',
J.,iU ii' ..v f"11 ,
inn. N.,:, 1-D1 Tir.1.1 n nkvtv'nt thn K. C '
lie jl a ' j v,.- y - -r - -
tesss Chronic CositipatioM. . n
nerves Implored nt thoslsou?
n aubluxated vertebra:
(Health Talk No. 1 by Dr. States, Chiropractor.)
Where constipation Is chronic; and the suf
ferer must resort to artificial methods daily, tho
caiiBe, Invariably, lies In nerve interference.
llio nerves that impart vfgdv to tho lower
bowols leave the backbone between certain jolts
In the small of the back. - When by jar, accident
6r strain Uicbo joints become out of alignment,
it pinches the nerves and a sluggish condition or
partial paralysis of the lower bowels results.
Hundreds of sufferers from chronic cdnstl
pation and all the ills it brings, have found spinal
adjustments removed the cause.
FREE Call for a free consultation and
learn what this new science can Wo for
Nei'er Feels A Paiii Now
For ten years I suffered from chronic constipation am one winter bid muscular
and inflammatory rheumatism, being utterly unablfc to walk or help myetf. '
I trietj patent medicines, prescriptiotts and artesian baths with only temporary re
lief, thejn commenced taking Chiropractic adjustments, In fourteen adjustments my
rheumatism left me and my constipation was ended. There has been no return oi
Ask about Case No. 1002. -
rtipri w.'stip for tho cause of Rtomach ! saneiior officer has been Clone 6'
.... ... . t d .... j . . lu.
Mrs. U. (J. Cmigdon loft the Jatrj
part o' Lrfweek for a vfslt with hr '
son G'.y -i?d family ih riiicafro.
i.irp for -en ,
seven pevnds nuiyjiow-.be ent.
ixputv Stato Engineer Cochran' 1se' Wn entered tlto-G-
J.o 1viUi Mrn Cocbrftn. He
John Wth; -wiio"
in' town for 'a week jor more, left yes3
Taiilay art! nirM urvif.e. -Trronft
918 Of' itiack 293. -Ht"-b IlnmllUm, f
Dtlst. X-Ray The 18th Engineers, v.hich wore
anions tho nrKc nair, to ije-yent ove
lil raihofirt aoJicitine committee 'foi-tAt'tii -njin a:-.a win, arrive m aww
tho Victory loan were from W. :clTpvk May l.-t. Ib thi unit nr .Will-
whore tlie former ha a eaa in. court, i "
tZ6ffL t Mlk''3 Reynolds Bid. Phone 448 Umoii
tlculirr:oe3WI bftrfesf 4n tojsu, t- f,,f
Uscrlbing m thousand dollkfs. - I .criner nom i-mub ooy waovww:
T Ceoro--Bak-ki3. of Wll!ialnn6i i . orfi'a at tho- tiaM
MI.I( Wk a n..Jttvtvo1iu .fear VlS'lBSf.afV' ' H '
A e'ry ttns.ve Jino of SUUS nrffe.fl' rh it
"wts .To fierecr -from foias. on imi , flhi n
:P; Mi V meeting illlo hld at the ei g
nn,uu' ,T , . , . fociocx lowwro t.u irons ir iije yur - fte pn the fthtln lin? aod
lPavJBf for thrt Tififw Samrdiy. r-:'-K: : Mr. E. ft. Plusiiaer tvlahos 1 rv.
1-a.vjM., a.i i1ounoi! that he ia ready to tali-
r V CI ill r. . i w " rvv , y
t i!ntfl H-iiiirjm .with tht vie Stedobakcr car and ficora ai
array o!' or-QUpation,' ha-, bew sip- jiroro of horsey dlflpvpa agq-:. Rlanr-he
nointeO ma-or of the -to ,n in Vhicb V; Unlor, 4m!les t-aat of ExpoHni.'nt,
hp is kieatprt. Station. " 2S-2
Indhir. Runner ,-diTCktj nnd oggs for1 ; ;o: :
f.Me or trade for chickens Thoao Krd " ,v FOR SAM
:;i or ".:i Rt 70 wuot Eleventh i A rc?fifltcr Preach Draft Stallion.
,ireet. 28-5, foaled Ap'il 21, '1915, Bire Beau-
IV.il ruder date ofjmauoir 2t741 5387); dam Dolly
.irrders for Taylor's California fruii
br.nd r-iclc r' and V'xtid pared. J?hon
Keel 4S1. 1 1 South Sycn more. 2S-.
'An e?.act duplicate o' the taoiou
.T,r) Gaf thiwgh v.;ics Oenev: '
Allenby and the British forces feeen
ly' marched Into Jerusalem is one of
the newest technical, acbievemoflta
ecrcen. Tls gate is notavroftl.v
arroni? the scores of 'spectacular s
m: LATEST AMI GREATEST
(1LLI0 HOLLAR 1'IUTUKK
' t the Sun. Tasatre touixht will be
gi ; ii three-jfight engagement of the.
niu-h heralded "8alome," toujted s
tti ' latest abd greatest "million dollar
let uro." Matinees wiihbe given Wd
ft. 'ay an Thursday at 2:80. A
i i?lve an idea of tho tensely dra
tr. !c plot of "Salomo," tho stry iij
b Is -h "re With" given.
. id An'tinai tetrareh of Galileo
Paraea, la tnore interested in
V. a:.taoa entertainment than in tlie
' , re of Ms peQjtle. Ho 1 falling
d uor aad deeper iuto moral, degro
L'' on. , - L .
' hi-a ,,como8 John tho Baptiat,
Sc'.uhlng th3 coming pfa new king-.
. i. warning the sinful to .repent,
Sag Horod arl hla ambitious v?ftrd
loino, his eil IhRplration, wjth
mds ol .flro. Hfl Is hailflfl b th,f
4 H aa h. "8iind Eiitelf The
ir cBle JftlfewivMni. oiQl$h' in .hi?
;.OJtl tWBlr iiatoa
rnpa. gotss' to naaet Mja
ises uer arts on nitn.i Jonn.
by Salomo'sf entieerhents,
Ififht. Herodi fa' the m1det,of h
livbaSich,. calls upon the beautiful
Salome p dance beforo his throno.
JflJO-, OOnwa in renponie to his call ana
Ia4iMW ill wild abandon. ,
0ep in v ine ana bliuded by her
4euUQU appeal. Herod rashly offers
!ier,.fc- rti'il. 'oven unto half of my
kingdom' Salome thereupon nialteh
aor rftucst tor the head of John tho.
BaBtftt "In a charger."
Her vish is- granted, -and with it
eonsummation ends one of the moat
moving tragiidles that the world ha
n-.rf.li 2ftth. Tjeonard -Rtidmoiid eain hflM4ie. Full rfKHtrauoit wm oo snovn;Um .i,.h.i eioi
' " . f it , . i lui iuwv j J it jevuv I'V '
A onlU leave Maren SIBt On me nrsi leg ' to mieresieu parue. .hhuioi vau in.rtu1.ir ThMa Itara rirodueiinh tanli.
l 4U ----- -v- ,
.I, rim kuu theatre, .ueyona tae gr.
of tho journey home. It ia jjrobable won at ray farm' half mile east of the;
. , FOR SALE.
'aftiftiO" grown elm trjees,
Uth, street,' phone Hed
tluit be is, now on the ocean home
, BplteV school house.
W. J. THOMAS.
Come and see the demonstrationW Chi-Namel at our store on'
'Mes given befow and learn tbeueauty and economy of Chi
i$iicl Products fqr home decoration. '.'
c yjru tef an old ditty softwood or previously' painted floor, try 'your hand at
rainiag atc see lor yoorseu now iascwiaung ana cssy ir toqcbo bub w
rm 5 miStcs. -
j FAOKTORY EXPERT WILL" DEMONSTRATE
J, matter what yoiMesire to refinlsb new or old, hard or soft wood floors, fnr
iture, woodwork, waKs, doors, fixtures, picture frames, screen, screen doors;
v-.diatore, bnca-brac, autss, carringes or wood, metal, plaster, cement, brick 0
tonc, we want to show yotthe Chi-Namel Product-best fitted for that partic
ular purpose and easiest for amateurs to apply without laps or brush marks.
i lil-Namel Finishes are the highest qua'.i : f products possible to produce. They
rubody a different and better principle ot manufacture employing a remarkable
WATERPROOF, SELF-LEVELING ClUNCSE OIL which is imported at great
cxpenee and subjected to many expensive secret processes to produce Chi-Namel.
Come and bring your friends we. cordially invite everybody.
THIS COUPON WORTH 20 cents
upon the purchase of one quart or more of Chi-Namel Varnish
during the CHI-NAMEL DEMONSTRATION.
(Dates given below)
CHI-NAMEL DEMONSTRATION, STONE'S DRUG STORE,
APRIL 24lh, 25th AND 26th
p-vo io ancient buildings ana-stjtei
le&rtins; up to tho' palace of i
Herod .".th central lower of , whi
rlre more than 150 feet. On eith
side of the tower are wings. 20 fc
long, mafetng' the building Itself '
fet in lonieth. , In the distance I
acres of plcturenque homes.,
We write Mfe Insnrnnco In 0 '
Banker of Lincoln, Tifh. W wri
"Accident and HcaHii Insnranc. V-
f write Fire, Tornado and Hall Inst
ance. Yo, write any kind of Insu -auee
that can be bad in any sgeney i
the world. Call on us, we hare bei ;i
In the business twMtty-frre yesi
Woodhnrsts Insurance Agency,- B
8c Keynolds Bnlldlng, Mrs.' Kel-
Manager. . 0c
. Paul SchwslRer In a letter to t
home folfca writes that ho is bf
from Germany- nd now 'at Tom
France, and at tho time of writing b '
been transferred to waiter in the '
fleers' mess. He 'ho traveled ab'
quit a lot slfloe going overseas, a'
has visited Verdun, Met; To
Rheims; and some of the smal'
towns, as well as- having seen r
country devasted by the, big batt;
From what he has -seen of the Frc
people he 1b inclined to bellevo t'
the charge of general immorn
among them is sustained. Travel
into Germany as far as Cbbleitz.
pronounces that country much f
looking than France.
A1'' few Registered Hereford Bi
These bulls are grandsons of Mon
the great Beau Mischief, and are g '
Individuals. Phone 75J8F4. Fr !
McClyinont, two miles, east of '"
farm.. L"' i
"My B60 sere ranch, well improv"l,
4 miles southeast of Tryon, McPIkt
son county. "Will take good city
property In part pnyment.
R. A. MoFARLAND. Phono Red TA2
North Platte, Neb. 18tf
; :o: :
You feel different tho mlnuto "'
take it a gentlo.soothlng wanntlr fills
the system. It's a pleasure to tUe
Holllster's Rooky Mountain Ta.
Helps purify tho blood, drives out tlie
gorms of Winter, get you huntll i.
tw-tllnjT, full of life and energy.
I Tea or tiblet1? GorRo FratT.
life? A CAVALIERI in
Jjraneas itjiayseem there
' is but one bridegroom. Bet
l)t(iome and ce how il is
Thursday & Friday
'Arrange for your Gas be"
fore tlie spring rush is on-
$27 to $80
- NORTH PLATTE
LIGHT & POWER
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS,
,f ; ' HAZEPPA LOtCl3 M?. .
i Mting Higlit9 Second and Foiivtii
Wedaesdays 0! oech Month.
Halt, 602 )i Dcwty, ' . Plwbtl
Harry B. York, . i plieae Black 485, 503 South Pine, V
0. K.. Elder, V. "., phone itwl SJ43, 211 Houth. MyeMf,
D. M. Hogsettr )fn ptoae im 08 621 West Fifth. '
i L. Baskins, M. W., yaono Oi. Buildlny Loan Blldflq
H. M. Sender, K. B. 8, phone Bed 45, fiOl South D-v ? .
Jf. . Seba-iUan, M. l phone Bed 849, 911 East ?( n,1.
Bey Mohlirfunn, If. F phoadf Black, mi, m Houl". . .:
ML'. M. Austin,- M. X phen B!ak W West f."ui!.
J, W. Rowland, I. 0., pliuoo Bod Ml? tSO Kat l'.
t IV. E. Starr, Oi G phone G7t, m Wtl fifth.
pW BRAND FLOUR
IT MAKES BETTER BREAD
PATKON1ZS NORTH PLATTE. iMOVSTKISS
Mutual Building and Laan
Qf North Platte, Nebrak
' RESOURCES OVER 01 KILLION DOLLARS.
The Assotatiorjiiaa unluiiitcd. funds at its c'onuuiit4
assis'io the btliWing ot purchase of horoeff for the popi&of
North-Platte. If you ar interested, the officers of this
Association will render iwery assistance and sliow ypjp how.
easy il is to acquire your own home.
T. C, PATTERSON, t&ESSIE F. SALISBURY,
SPRING AND SUMMER ASSORTMENT OF STY1ES.
In Standard Custom Garments o! Chicago
is now in and ready for your inspection. We
will be pleased to take your order now.
We also make Uniforms for Conductors and s
Urakcmen from $26 up. Call on us and
see our new line of goods Yours truly,
Over Illrscufold Clothing Storo. CARL GrERXjiE
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