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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1919)
VICTIM OF ST VITUS DANCE
IS NOW WELL
Case Jw. 171
This young womtm had St. VltuB Dnnco
or Chprea, suffering nil tho torturos of
this dlfpafo of ceaseless activity.
The condition came on shortly after typhoid Inoculation.
Control of tho inuscloH of tho body boeatno bad and thou
worso. Tho only moans of rollof was oplaton.
She hoard of chiropractic. She had trlod everything olio,
and felt one thing more wouldn't count
for much, and might do somo good.
When naturo stood man unrteht Bho
made tho backbone subjoct to strains
that animals do not suffer. "When tho
Jolnst of Hint floxlble column become dis
placed, they Interforo with and pinch tho
big cable nerves that loave tho splno
to ontor tho body at a point betwoon
In the case of No. 17(5 tho pressure was
no bad that bodily control was lost In
norvous Irritation; Spinal adjustments
relieved tho pressure by rostorlng the
displaced joints to tho normal position.
Hoti'th i r.turally followed. Tim St. VHiih
Dance Is pone.
FREE-What Is your case? Call and
find out what chiropractic can do for it.
LOCAL AND PEHSONAL
C T. Whclan returned yofeterday
from a business trip to Omaha.
F. W. Cross and family left yostor
day for Los Angelas, Cal., whoro they
will spend lite winter.
Now Shipment of fancy colors of
yarns Just In Rt Wilcox Department
ConsulU.tlon Is froo.
DRS. STATES & STATES
The P. S. C. Chiropractors.
Dulldlng and Lonn IJuIldlng
Are given with rcI-
all diieasos ntfoctlng
tho following organs:
Starts on V. V. Tonight
At cno minute past twolvo o'clock
tonight 325,000 railroad employes in
tho Contral Westorn roglon of which
thoso en tho Union Pnclflc are a palt
will resolvo to go fourteen days with
out sustaining a personal Injury to
themselves or bolng the causo of In
Jury to another.
This "no accident" drive of two
weoks duration has been staged by
tho national rnllrond safety first corn-
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hodden loft yes-1 mlttoe, and through the 2,000 local
terday morning for Donver where they safety first committees, made up of
will spond a month's vacation. I approximately 33,000 committeemen,
Tfnn' .iroo. i:lrt. nto.. a vnrv each individual railroad employe has
! conipleto lino at Wilcox Department been asked to use extra precautions
qtnrm to prevent accidents not only to him
self, but to others, and to correct as
Mrs. W. R. Hodshlro Is enjoying a far ns no cn imz(irdous conditions.
visit with hor mother, who nrrlved ::o:.
from fig east yostorday morning. j f0 j'j.ji Today.
Henry Schuff, of Grand Island, ;ame' Tho Kearney high school and the
up yesterday to look after business ocai nign scnooi iooi oau icams win
! Miss Emma Downlnc. of Tryon, was
the guest of friends In town Tuesday.
Dr. N. McCabe and Mrs. McCabo re
turned Wednesday from a visit In Om
aha. Ball brand rubbors and overshoes
the kind that always give good ser
vice at Wilcox Departmont Storo.
For Quick SaleEight roonii all
modern residence. Liborty Land Co. tf
Mrs. Hnrlcy Ponnlngton spent sov
oral days in Cheyenne this week vls
..The II. & S. Addition Annex lots
will bo on sale Oct. 22d at 9 a. ni. Sco
announcement Oct. 21st. 60-2
Miss Mablo McVIcker Is spending
tho day at tho McVlckor mllllnory
whllo enrouto to Alllnnco and Caspor.
For Sale Passenger brakomon's
coat and Vest In good condition. In
quire nt Harry Samuclson's storo. 80-2
Edwnrd S. Conklln and Florence Do
Forrest, both of Gothenburg, wore
united In marrlago by Judge Wood
DR. 0. II. CRESSI.ER,
Office over the McDonald
LOCAL AND PEItSONAL
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gamble loft
Thursday for California whoro they
will spond the winter.
Rev. II. E. Hess has been in Dos
Moines for several days on business
connected with tho centenary work of
tho Methodist church.
A combination sale will bo hold next
Saturday at tho salo barn,
horses," harness and othor
.will bo sold.
Mrs. Emma Kosbau returned tho
first of tho week from Omaha whore
she had boon taking modlcal treat
ment for some tlmo past.
'Keep your eye on our fall and holi
day goods. You will seo something
worth whllo. C. M. Austin, Jowolor.
Miss Lena Buskins canio up from
Omaha Tuosday and
couplo of weoks with
Mr. and Mrs C. W. Basklns
Mrs. Thos. Gorham roturncd Wedr
nesday to her homo In Grand Island
aftor a Bhort visit with hor daughtoni
Miss Maymo and Mrs. Buchflnck.
Call 212 for frosh grocorlos. Dick
Tho Harrington Mercantile Co. have
purchased of a Gothenburg party 1,500
tons of prairie hay which tho firm will
at onco ship out.
Clinton & Son moans Eye Satisfac
tion. An electric sign has been swung out
In front of tho Labor Temple, in
which twonty-slx lodges of organized
labor now hold their meetings.
ban Valerius has purchased through
T. C. Patterson tho rosidonco property
at 721 west Sovonth street. Ho will
tako possession next spring.
Mrs. M. M. Doty and daughter re
turned the early, part of tho week
from Omaha whero the latter had an
opvoration for appondlcltis.
Mr. Rooks camo down from Jules
burg Tuesday and spont a couplo of
days hero In order to sco a friend who
portalnlng to his farms west of the
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A son wan born Tuesday to Mn and
Mrs. Harry Cramor. Mother and bov
aro reported to be getting along nice
ly. For results list your farm, city
and ranch property with the Birdwood
Land Co., offlco Room 44, Tlmmorman
Mrs. Mike Hayes and daughter Miss
Anna left Wednesday for Hot Springs,
whoro thoy will spend a couple of
When In North Platte stop at the
New Hotol Palace and Cafe. You will
bo treated well. GStf
Miss Sarah Kolly, secretary of the
Red Cross homo service, will go to
Wallace today on business connected
with hor position.
Harry Luto, of Paxton, float candl
date for tho constitutional convention,
spont yesterday in town while enrouto
homo from Omaha.
Call In and let mo show you a per
feet blue rives one carat diamond.. C
M. Austin, Jeweler. 79-2
battlo for supremacy at tho east end
park this afternoon commencing nt
2:30. - The Kearney team -comes
flushed! ' with 'the courage" following
victory by high scores In two gamos;
the locals aro encouraged by the over
whelming defeat of Lexington last Fri
day. Kearney seeks the state cham
pionship; North Platto hopes to bo the
wreckers of Kearnoys hopes. In all
events it promises to me a battle royal.
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o Arrivals Wednesday.
Wednesday was the first day since
Thursday of last week oxcept Sunday
that no nirships arrived at this con
trol stntlon. The non-arrivals were
due to the rain and other unfavorable
conditions. Eloven pianos wore hold
at SU Paul all day Wednesdny waiting
for fair weather, and thoso came
through in a flock yesetrdayN, stop
ping only tho required thirty minutes
at this station.
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Save 20 to 40 per cent on your win
tor coat or suit and select one now
from the big spot cash purchase of
tho leading Now York makers. All
I their sample room models, some over
n- mi mm n a nn i,.,i 300 garments in all to select from at
Monday from Pleasantville, Iowa, and Tho Lcndcr Mercantile Co.'s.
will spond three weeks here as guests. ',
" """"" Lots in Ottensteln's Grove, Block 3
Herman Schleuter went to Grand Miller Addition; sidewalk, gas and
Island yesterday, where ho was called sower in. Call at residence 314 west
by the Illness of his mothor-In-law. Third street. Phone 258. 73tC
Mrs. Schleuter has been
mothor for ten dnys past
Art Store For Snlc.
r -.... a. in i in.
t. ii..i v..i iiiii rn...l...,. uwiruuiii in 111 nuuiui wu lire torn-
Itnll.HnLr i iVmn '107 iVJl Polled to sell our art store. It's a bar
JJMIUIlig. lliono.IU7. ntl nln R - ,- rPn T,, n
was ono of tho airmen making tho
Buy your furs at AVilcox Department
Mrs. Edwlna Schatz, who had beon
Bpondlng sovoral days In town, return
ed to Omaha Wednesday. While horo
sho disposed of nil of hor household
goods, and will no longer call North
Platto hor home.
Mrs. Win. Allen came up from Omn-
wlll Bpond a ha Tuesday for a visit with her par-
her parents, Fonts Mr. and Mrs. John 'Weinberger
and her Bister Mrs. Walter Beam, who
.arrived last week from her homo in
x Stolon Ford car, liconso numbor
'137C52, ongino numbor 2505710. ?25.00
reward. Address 611 south 'Chost
nut street. SOtf
Ted WiederanderB, of Gothenburg
was brought to tho General Hospital
In this city a fow days ago and oper
ated upon for appendicitis. His con
dition 1b reported favorable.
Wanted Liberty bonds at
price. Louis Lipshltz.
T. F. Healoy has received appllca
tion blanks for those who wish to np
gain. See or write Tne Brauer Co.,
Gothenburg, Nob. 78-1
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Good Health is Valuable ,
Your health depends very greatly on the functions of
the digestive organs. See that yon do your part to keep
them right hy starting with tho mouth. Have clean
teoth hy using one of these preparations.
A thorough cleanser because pepsin is the only sub
stance that dissolves that coating that forms on the
teeth that holds foreign substance and causes de
cay , 50c
Pleasant, cleansing, antiseptic and whitening !l5c
The Chlorate of Potash Paste that overcomes acidity
of the gums 50c
Cleanse the mouth hy using ZE PYJIOL
Indorsed by lending authorities as ono of the best pro
phylactics and germicides. Used extensively for
Pyorrhea and Bleeding gums J 50c
LA VOltlS Astringent and Antiseptic 50c
Then the Stomach, Liver and Powols should he Icepi!
in order hy taking a small dose each morning he
fore breakfast of
.A combination of fruit acids with Sodium and Lithium
Phospates Effervescent and pleasant to talie 50c
Or SALINE Cathartic and Uric Acid Solvent 50c
War tax to be added to above prices.
O.V. &i:.W. MeCrnckcnProp
irotel arcQnbo lJuilding
Phono Xo. 8
3Ir. Land Buyer.
We are prepared to supply your ev
ery nood; from tho small eighty acre
market farm to tho twenty thousand aero well
i improved ranch.
Our holdings aro in Nebraska, Colo
rado, AVyomlng and South Dakota. Wo
p.y as enumerators, i-orsons noiwoen acrefJ ln th,B terrltory. Tllls Iand cost
the ages of eighteen and seventy may doublQ what lt dld four ycars ag0
aippiy. iiie pay is six uonars a uay. LISTEN MEN It is duo .for the sec-
For Sale Ten horso power tracfor ond double in tho very near future,
good as now. Price $350.00. Phone The people are going to the middle
Tjini, iioo CflLk wrRt. tn fniincl a linmo fnr MinmsolvoM.
J I ( . W J V J. u u I VJ U 1 I ' - - ...... --
. m , ii, v t'i realizing that their children cannot
"A Tnllnr-Mndn Mnn" will ho the nt-' . .. . .. . .
. :, . , :,, . . ' , , i nave nnoiner opponunuy 10 acquire
traction at. the Keith theatre this ey-tho best of soU at n lce soon to bo a
onlng. It comes to us very highly , th, of thc t Wo do not want
v.vU......v..uv. you to take our word for it. com:
of recent years. There are twenty- and Beo u or addross your COmmuni
eight In tho cast, and tho play is cation to tho
splendidly, staged. ROBERTS BROS. LAND CO.,
Tho Gothenburc Harvest Festival 74tf North Platto, Neb.
opened yesterday and will bo contin
ued today. This evening there will be
a barbecue at which will bo served
1C00 gallons of soup, two 1000-pound
steers, 12,000 buns, 10,000 dill pickles.
1500 gallons of coffee, 1000 pounds of
wcinles and other good things in proportion.
Serge dresses give nn unusual
amount of service. Tho largest stock
ln North Platto is at Wilcox Depart
In Tuesday's issue of Tho Tribune
T. C. Patterson advertised two houses
for salo. Two hours after tho paper
had boon issued he sold one of the
houses to Dan Valerius and within
twonty-four hours had received more
than twenty inquiries about tho hous
es. This demonstrates two things;
ono thnt houses nro in demand, tho,
othor that tho peoplo road Tho Tribune.
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Collage for Sale.
Six room framo cottage, modern ex
cept heat, two blocks from tho post-
ornco, at n oargaln and on easy terms.
T. c. Patterson. B. & L. Building.
We are closing out our
stock of Pathe records. Re
gular price of these records
run from 75c up. Sale price
bundle of five records for
Walker Music Co.
The undersigned offer for sale at the It. II. SU'ck Tliice, eight miles
lM-st of Xorth Platto south of the South Platto river, on
Tuesday, October 21st, 1919,
Commencing at ono o'clock slmrpi slow time, tho following property to.wlt
18 HEAD OF CATTLE
Consisting of six milk cows, throe yearling steers, two yearling heifers
fovon calvos, ono Polled Durham bull five years old.
6 HEAD OF HORSES
Two black marcs, one 5, ono 10 years old, weight 1100 each; twp bay niareji
ono 7, otholght yenrs old, weight 1200 each; ono sorrel saddle pony, 4 yort s
old, wolghs 800; ono black yearling mare colt; three head of yearling mules
throo sucking mules.
125 Head of Hogs of all Sizes
Four Inch tiro wagon, farm truck with hay rack, balo rack, spring wagon
3-soctIon harrow, two sots of work harness, disc, two-row, riding plow, break
ing plow, Galloway, croam separator noarly now 950 pound capacity, 150 egg in
cubator, 20 barrol wator tank, two barrol tank, and othor articles too numer.
ous to mention.
TERMS: Sums under $20 cash, above thataum six months time at 10 per cont
R. H. STEGK, Owner;
'HD KI1HIIG, AuctlonMr. - . F. O. PIHLSTICIvER, 0hrk
3 Million Dollars
No finer example of courage is known to the world
of science than Thomas A. Edison's work in perfect
ing the phonograph. The skeptics rose in full chorus
when he proposed a better phonograph an instru
ment "that could produce music as human as the art
ists who first gave it utterance."
Mr. Edison's experiments exhausted the en
tire field of research in sound reproduction. -He
built and rebuilt uniil his final, perfected
model cost him Three million Dollars.
AND THE RESULT?
ht And the result? v , , .
Ask some one who attended the Odette Le Fontenay recital Fri
day evening. There was public poof. Mme. Lo Fontenay sang
in comparison with the RE-CREATION of her voice by the New
Edison. And no one could distinguish the living voice from its
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
If you love music, you will agree with Friday's enthusiastic aud
ience: The Now Edison represents Threo Million Dollars well
The eouJ of song is cheap at any price. Yet it is now brought
within reach of your pocketbook. The Instrument used in Fri
day's conclusive test is a duplicate of Mr. Edison's. Three Million
Dollar Model. It sells for $2S5 (in Canada, $431).
HARRY DIXON, Jeweler.
Harold Vcrmilye and Lisle Leigh in "A Tailor Made Man" at
vfclth Theatre, Oct. 17. ' ,
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