The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, August 08, 1919, Image 4
Pntnlnne nrniinrt TCMTnCV are (IVOr- F0P1) HI' .ftHlnii12CbaliiatWfJhore. and thof WTPH tMftikHi rirtni la nrn nn i.mi nor iiiihii-. ol nnpkf.fi. Tho total yield In the Kear- D. V. Ford returned to his home noy district Is estimated nl 150,000 bushels. i,frus vnoar sHiiviqe " ' To tho Patrons on the City Routes :- This will explain Why thoro Is only North Platte Wednesday night after one delivery a day on, most of th$ fifteen months' service overseas. Ford, routes. All the mall received at (his the ox- I . . . i . I . .llnn I rf I . . X f f -J - iA. a 't- - . 1 , WHO UOIOre entering uiu minnu wu.h ouiui' uumua in iruui o o uiuck. ill Christian Scicnco8d?vico Sunday " VmnkArpd as Union Pacific flreman.KvaB evening until 8:30 in the iriorninn a. m. Wednesday "evening meetings .a. Ahktgth catnf, cariy, in IDiTS. cent fof tho small amount that comos every week at .00M A' cordial wvl-.g )j0fty n,0rM'r was sent oyer- in on No. 2 nt 1:20 p. m., so when the ration is exionueu 10 an iu i m Bnaa USf of Combanv' fE. pjirr ers CO out in tho mnrntntr nnrt not r. B. T nnn ( " " 1. - o o - - I Fourth Engineers. Upon arrival, on this mail delivered, they have practlc- Fronch soil, his company lost out nt- any an mo man ueuvcreu mat comes iThoso sorrlces. tfulldlng & Loan build ing, room 25. MKly.'i".i?'' Si Wanted A felH Tor general house work. Phono Red 533. C9tf. Mrs'. Jane Guyman and children nro spending tho week In Schuyler with r relatives. . r Aiwava stoDlit the Itcxall. Wintcd Bxrlqit"co.. lady cook, and vlady for pastry work. Apply in por son at The Oasis. "inn. w iini'irf nr Mr M i Over- drcii leave tonight for Payetto, Idaho,1 participated In the Mfuso and Arsonuo No. 2 comes In and han a small amount "Itlllg Iier UOUgnior, airs, m. u. wvui ..,. .,,, ,. ,ni ftrn ,wina r,n,l uvnrnl ntlior linttln cauntlv ht ninll which tlin rnrrlnra ilnllvnr nm1 uiritif for bnvnrnl WPPk H ' m - hivj i uiimi. mvn uvuw uhh.j T 1 - - ---- , . ...... ,. - - Birci.1, lor HLvorai uk. j homo. Mr. Smith expects to pur- as :ntenl?e, ufMib fortunately camo hlso make collections from street lct- Tho Itoxall handlos the goods. tf chaR? an interest In a lumber business throuch without serious Injury. , ter boxes. When No. 11 came in ubout Wl'ilam Elliott who had b(Hn in conducted b lils brother. , Not only has Ford returned homp, noon from the cast it used to m&ko the Frniico for tho past year with thi cinoenng corps, returned homo y torday, A vorv good 1918 Dodge Brothers f r ""s"'" i3,,luru",V and nravery. Ho was given the AmoV "CUT TIIK HIGH COST OF CALICO touring car, ontlroly overhauled and J' i ,can distinguished scrvico crosa for We have H0OO yards of Light and . 1 anAA T IT T)m n i ilfinl- UJU MM.r guaranteed, ouu j. v. iiuhhbu, uh or. Statement from. Vogtmnsjer. ThOjrfgunty comnJssIonFflwro ,-JnJ .OjwMuo.ynKUpyaitiln frpm Nortli I'latte, August c, 1919. i-Besslon this week checking ' up the flieoicinc precinct ycsteniay, -saia mat book? of tho county, treasurer. Thlsi W'ork will be continued next week and . floml-nnnual settlement made with the other county officers. I Always stop at tftq Rex nil. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Smith and chll- tlo timo in gcttlngto the front, and in during t(io 24 hours. At 1:20 p. m, prospects for corn could not ba bet torin fact thoy had In that section tho best corn west of Illinois. "Fifty or 3lxty bushels to tho aero will be" the yield in our section of tho county," Bald Mr. Youngs . 2. pn-'ritrii riMir-'iiffiir nnu'v dv 'iTirn" but HO lias orougni oacn wuu nun in- seconu uenvery very neavy, uui uijs "IIJI lllli JIluJl tUSl l t lAlillU i...iu r ,nn nf wl,lrti )m U nrnml ti-ln lino lioon rllannntlminrl os- We have JIOOO yards of Light and '"'"-". n T ST I dark C Inch percale worth today 10c l" ' Y " ?Z V'l: x " TWfl TIII'IIILIN HIT IIIHLIIIUUIOIICU rci til; "J'" 1 oxtruordinnry heroism In action at the dark 80 Inch-percale worth today l()c Mrs. C. A. Lowell and children, of Mvor Veslo on August 5th when ho per yard. On snlc nil day Saturday ii,ft,i if Wf,infinv fnr Chlcogo, arc guests of Mrs. Lowell's snowed undaunted courage In build- August 0th, at 25c per ynrd. L nnli L vlirU nhl wn Parents, Judge and Mrs. Mlltonbergcr. ng bridges and In earring mcssagoa 59-2 THE HUH. ,,C?K n"'L M M TnrB. hfPll Ono object of her visit is to welcome through a terrific barrligo and ma- ::o:: dilcaco 'puroimse goous or .....-.u thQ rcUrn Qf her brother I5utlor from Clothing to. I ovorcpnB Bcrvlco, who Is expected to y Mary bought a now Edison on tue roach home tomorrow ipaymont plan Mary will bo a lucKy man from Dixon tho Jeweler, ijiu lima wnu muuiun . k nllo t.. lL,ntna Mitoln in nil Ita fnrmu fa nn In- 1'Htrumont you will be proud to own: Wlliam Thoyor, who was with tho ,roud to play for your frlonds; afid cnglnorlng corps in Franco, returned proud to have it grace.your household Jiomo yesterday aftor a year's sor-; ns an artistic plcco of furniture. Such S-lce overseas. ' is tho Now Edison. Harry Dixon. Mr Hnrrv Dixon entortalned at a, Tlic city, council met in roAiuar bl- dancing qhlne gun fire. The other honor modal riles Complaint lllth CflnimIslon. is thu Italian war cross presented lo Tho following paragraph appeared him by an Itallnn commander ns ta In the State Journal Wednesday. mark of merit for distinguished scr- "A. R. Turner and R. H. Smith of vice In action, and for bravery in most North Platto have asked tho commls desperate situations. Accompanying sion to Inform them if they can be tho medals wero letters from both the subjected to tho hazard of life under American and Italian commanding coal oil lamp conditions because the officers local electric light company won't give Wliilo Ford fully, appreciates thcae them service unless they pay a bill recognitions of meritorious service, owing by a former renter. Tho land- lio In modest about them, and claims lord won't Day tho bill, claiming that Dartv TllOSday cvonlng In weekly eenslon Tuesday1 OVOllIng, pas.- Hint Mm wnrk lir nnrfnrmnd wns nnlv tho rnmnnnv'n dnlnv In remHnc tho honor of Miss Burns who is vibiting rd an ordinance letylng taxes for tho the nuty of any good soldier who was meter was responsible for tho loss of DR. LINCOLN WIRT RETURNS FROM EUROPE CAPTAIN OF AMERICAN RED CROSS EXPEDITION f VISITING PALESTINE AND TURKEY hero from Denver. ,cnsuinE e.ir and nllowed bills on inc. t?,.i .i v.,.i The tax levy hl year will basayeral luo i.iU8 . u a..u "'""" jnina higher than last year. There .111 Stovcns, who had been visiting rola- ' . 6 iP,.,MO f rvprnl 'miilH lives in tho city, returned to their b 0 J " ln eaHe "f s"eri" lnll,H In n..ttn Town voqfordnv. . ln ln0 SCIIOOI 11 y. OC OU1I Will willing to do his best. o:: VTr Pnetnitoann nnrl Mtfta ATnTITfirot Frederlckeon left yesterday for Lar-, rtmle, AVyo., whero they will make an oxtonded stay with friends and relatives. tho light bill, and tho company says no money no service. Mr. Turner says I tho company also refused to tako the commission ns to If you aro building you cannot af ford to miss our sale of lighting flx- Jlplscopals Defeat McMiodists. Tlic Episcopal and Methodist tcanls Judgment of tho of the church league played a goo!; whether this is a Just rule, claiming game of ball Tuesday evening, the tho commission has no Jurisdiction take care of your Eye former winning by a score of nine to ninna trmihlo! wo crunr. I six. a numuer oi rooters ior Dom antee to givo you satis- teams were In tho grand stand and en- faction, sign or tno uig p.h .. Iltnc Rnn la wlHi tlnf n Rnm In Gor- ""UUBiiuui nuts uiiui uniuiK nu many, will bo homo Boon. Mm. Geo. T. Field and Mrs. Fred W. over light rates." ::o:; Lbonchcad plays were fow. : :o: tures. Wo save you one-half. Electric nlncker entertained nt bridge Tuesday . A Short Chickens I . Fixture & Supply Company, Gth and mn nt tho homo of the formqr. If-la"T8llVn.Bn 8C,ctln lt1rI,b Vine streets, m.Lr-tnwn c.o.sts were the Mcsdames utar l? No.rth Platte h.av? liad. clllc i r. . . ... n. ens stolen from tnom uurlnir thn nast Mro. D. A. Russell and daughter Mar-,imxm oi uoiroii ,umum uu oa.iiu.u months, thev sIlould communicate immediately In North IMntt. Neb. OI i;ncago, warren oi luiuim, r uw, ,. XTmlwl ofoH.At' whoro Mr nrnnllls In thn autoinohil nt T.lnnnln ntul Mm " T . ::o: 1nrln nnil twn Hnnn lprivo todav for Modfrrrt Orecon. whero thev will vis- It01' Halllgan, ! Hi fa Tfiicicnll'u tnnflifir Tlrn. Mnrv MISFCH mtHwurth. formerly of this cltv. , Wyoming and Irving of Kentucky, Kodaks and films at tho Rexall. CvIl Cool returned homo Wednes day after belnc dlscharced from tho ranges, stoves and household nrtlclos army. Ho was In France over a year, Seo our low prices on men's and boys' and was actively ongaged in battle, shoos. iuiiiiiijiJeiKX, bolng both shell shocked and gaaqed. 49-C Dick Cornell aTarrled Miss Eda Vivian Wilkey and Rieh- tho ard Donald Cornell were married Mon day in Omaha by the Rev. Howard C. Whlteomb of the Calvpry. BaptlBt church. Mr. Corail Is a non of Mrs. Allco Cornell of Lincoln. The bride's home was formerly in Lexington, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Cornell will be at home Neb., e Uligan. oi Lincoln, unu uiu ., , , . , . . ; , Doyle of Lincoln, Kocken of tha number, t ho dote ab out when talfe Cut tho High Cost of Living- Bargains In second hand furniture, en and other information. If sufficient information can be obtained there promises to be a mild sensation in North Platte. ::o:: Sells Ranch Property ,.,.T,iJ Mqqto business. Lincoln Journal. Hand Concert Program Following Is tho program of con cert b" tho Nortli Platto Municipal band, Earl Stamp, director, at court house park, Friday, August 8th at 8 p. m fni.rt T it.n1.1t Dnnntnnlnt. 104east FVont ranch twelve mi es of IlorS'v.l March-Gardes Du Corps-Hal. nnn nln r. r;fl nnKAtt Wna anlil IifO WlUikUH- I- week to John Pemrose, of Suthclnnd, The tract Is all grazing land, and It Is said that the prlco paid was a good ono for that class of land. The sale was mado through the Roberts Bros. Land Co. Thomas. Two songs by Jas. Schaffer with band accompaniment Kiss Mo Again (from Mile. Modiste) Herbert. My Barney Lies Over the Ocean Grant. Four Part Suite Atlantis Safranek. No. Nocturne and Morning Hymn of Praiso. No. 2 A Court Function. No. 2 The Princo and Anna, Why This Bank- A State Bank Is ai Safe Bank. jS'ew Bank Soon to Open. . , E. A. Olsen, ono of tho promoters of , v' j-ri,n n.otrtinn nf AtlnnHs tho Union State Bank, which Is soon VajHe PathetIquo Hawaiian Moon to 3 opened ip this city, arrived from ,iM truckman Concord, Neb., yesterday accompanied serenade A Night in Juno King. oy ins inmi y ana win maico Aorcn ; March0ur Starry Flag-Schoflsld. fiauo ineir nomo. mr, uisen liunrms The laws of this state are made for your protection. Thev aro made bv men who are your neighbors and friends. If yotiVould secure the advantages . r and urotcctlon of these lawa you must put your ) '"' self in line with their action. Wi Tlie Depositors' Guaranty Fund is the result of a -.'State law and through its protection your de posits ln this bank are Guaranteed 100c on the dollar. Deposit with this bank The Platto Valley State Bank and be SAFE absolutely. Platte Valley St&te Bank, NORTH PLATTE, NEB. Combination Sale At Johansen's Sale Barn, North Platte, Saturday, Aug. 16. 38 Head of Cattle 12 milch cows, 26 steers and heifers, yearlings and two year olds. i 10 Head of Hogs Shoats and Sows. Other articles too numerous to mention. us that tho furnishings for the bank aro enroute, and that it is hoped to have the now Institution ready for business not later than Soptember first. : :o: : O'Brien Sells Jtanch Tho T. J. O'Brien ranch, northwest of Sutherland, was sold this week to Christ Beers, of Salem, Neb. There aro seven thousand acres In tho ranch and tho prico paid was $125,000. There are good buildings on th prop erty, Including silos, and a consider able portion of tho tract can bo farm ed. Mr. O'Brien, who Is a well known Omaha hotel man, purcased tho prop erty a number of years ago. ::o: : Boys Arrlvo From Overseas, Wednesday! morning Paul Marti. Francis Sandall, Tom McGovGrn and Bryan HIggins, four North Platto boys arrived home from overseas, sound, ' hearty and healthy. They sailed from Ilrost July 10th. showlnc that they Svoro rather rapidly moved toward demobilization and their happy homes, I'aul Marti left Coblenz. Gormnnv. July 9th, tho Journoy consuming three days less than a month. Canteen's Courtesy to Convoy. Tho Red Cross canteen was tempor arily moved to tho city park last Sun day ovenlng, and for about threo hours sandwiches, coffee, doughnut3. Ice cream and lemonade wero sorved in March Our Starry Flag- o ; i Always try The Rexall pays, first. New Method Tire Repair Co. YES. MIt. MOTORIST, AVE l!AN SAVE Yllir MIIM.Y liberal quantities to officers and mon'on your tiros. Vulcanizing will do It Hundreds of miles of scrvico can be added to each of your tiro casings, unions tho shoo is absolutely worn through and ln a hopeless condition. Vulcanizing tho way wo do glvea you practically a now shoo or now tube, and costs a frac tlon of. tho price of a now one. Wo handlo now tires, White Rose gas and Red Crown gas, and good grades of motor oils. It was the effort of every true American to find his lilcho during tho war period and to fill It. ; Few men have succeeded so signally in this effort as Dr. Lincoln Wirt.j It was not necessary for Dr. Wirt to change his subject or undertake addi tional burdens in ordor to continue his work. Yet when tho call camo, ho gave up his lyceum and chautauqua work the past two yearB to do his bit In Red Cross work. Dr. Wirt made several trips to France in the Interest of the Red Cross and holds tho honorary title of Captain. He has just re turned from Palestine and Turkey where he was at the head of an American Expedition of Red Cross Relief workers. I Dr. Wirt will givo us first hand Information of tho great problems to be met In reconstruction of the devastated countries of Europe, the great and wonderful relief work the Red Cross is doing; a lecture full of information and vital truths, A lecture every person in this community ought to hear. For three years Dr. Wirt was Territorial Superintendent of Education for tho U. S. government In Alaska, founding the public schools which today are farthest north. Has travelled in most every country on the globe. Hear him the evening of tho fourth day. S. M. ' SOUDER T. F. HEALEY Liberty Land Company Office Over Rexall Drug Store. Choice Farm Land in Lincoln and adjoining Count ies. Also some good Ranches. Houses and Lots in all parts of North Platte. Look tor the qi l si.. of tho transport corps. All davj Monday tho canteen at tho dopot was kept open ior tno transport mon and many of them took advantago of tho opportun ity, to partake of tho well nrcnared and nlcoly served lunches. Both of ficers and men wero profuso In their thanks to tho canteen ladles for tho courtesies extended. ::o:: $2,500.00 Buys A six room houso. two closets and pantry, on a corner lot. ugni ana gas, wator and sowor. 903 woat Sixth street. E. C. RICHARD. ::o:: No Trucks for Nebraska Stato Engineer Johnson, who wont to Washington this weok to seo about C14 trucks and tractors which tho fed oral government promised to turn over to mo state of NobrasUa for cood roads maifn.g, round upon iirrival thoro that uio tniu trucks and tractors would not bo given tho state. Thorn In n clasn between tho ni-my and agricul tural oopartments over tho transfer of tho vohlcles. Congressman Klnkado, uowover, siaieu mat no would sturt a campaign to socuro thoso trucks and tractors for tho state. Tho failuro to get rue vomcios at this timo proved a groat disappointment to Engineer Johnson. : :o: : Our closing out sale of llchtintr fly. tures starts at onco and continues un til our stock is exhausted. You can't afford to miss thoso bargains. Come In any timo during tho day or evening. .uiuviric nxuiro s supply Company. Sixth and Vino street. When in need of good things to eat Call 212. We receive daily Butter nut and Kream Krust Bread in sanitary' parch ment wrapping. Blue Ribbon Coffee is our leader. WE DELIVER. Dick Stegeman, PHONE 212. 815 NO. LOCUST. jAl P 1? iE S Summer Apples AND Siberian Crab Apples Now on the market at the ; Glenburnie Fruit Farm Two Miles North of Sutherland. INCORPORATED 1887. Mutual Building and Loan Association, Of North Platte, Nebraska. RESOURCES OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS. The Association has unlimited funds at its command to assist in the building or purchase of homes for the people of North Platte. If you are interested, the officers of this Association will render every assistance and show you how easy it is to acquire your own home. T. G. PATTERSON, BESSIE F. SALISBURY, President. Secretary.