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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1913)
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Supplieseverything the student needs
in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils,
straps, etc., etc. We carry a well selected
the widely known "pen that fills itself."
This pen is particularly adapted for students'
use for either classroom notes or home study.
If the Conklin runs dry in classroom, simply
dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little
"Crescent-Filler" and the pen is filled I It
cleans itself at the same time. A number of
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SOLD BY CLINTON, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
Local and Personal
4P. H. Burmood, of Somerset, spent
the first of'this week hare on business.
H. E. Russell, of Arcndin, was a
business vlstor in town yesterday.
Mrs. G. S. Huffman entertained the
Lntheran Aid Society Wednesday
Harry Lowell will leave in a few days
, forDenvor to visit relatives for a week
Jerry Bowcn left this week for Wood
River to spend a week or longer on
WantedGirl for general housework
Mrs. H. C. Brock, 509 West 2nd St.
Tom Green came down from Denver
yesterday morning to spond a couple of
days on business.
Mrs. C. K. Martini and family will
leave at noon Sunday for Omaha to
mako thoir home.
Bmil Vosoipkncamo home the first of
this weok from Lincoln where ho spent
a week with friends. -'--"
Mies Helen Bird returned Wednesday
evening from Fromont where sho spent
Hohry Yost left this week for Kan
sas to take medical " treatment for a
couple f weeks or more.
Washing is hard work in hot weather.
See the Electric Windier at Horshey's
Phone 15. .
Mrs. Gua Huffman will entertain the
M. M. M, Club at hor homo on west
6th street Tuesday aftornoon.
AJr. and Mrs, Beck, of Gibbon, are
expected here today to visit Dr. and
Mrs. Walter Crook for a few days.
Mrs. David Moonoy and daughter
Miss Graco will loavo Sunday for Omaha
aAd'othor oustern cities to visit fiiends.
The Catholic Girls Club will be enter
tained this evening at the home of Miss
Bessie Smith, Tho monthly dues will
Mi;s..fIIttrry Cramer returned a few
days ago from Bushnoll where she
yisltcd her husband who has been em
lHoyeLtliore for soveral weeks.
Visitors from Wallnco this week
were Dj R. Fulk and family, Oscar
Jenkins and family, J. P. Smith,
Geoirga'Pully and Charles Hayden.
Dr; and Mrs. T. J. Kerr accompanied
by the- former's brother J. II. Kerr
and wife of Akron, la., loft a few dayB
ago for Plains, Mont., to spend threo
weeks on a bear hunt.
Before investing, xee what I am of
fering, in west end lots.
0, H. Thoelecke
Mrs. Elmer Burko entertained the
members of tho Novita club at a ken-"
slngton Wednesday nflerno'on'jn honor
of Mrs. Geo. Schatz of Ogden who was
formerly n member. Cicely prepared
lunch was served. Out of-town guests
wero Miss Poinds of Lincoln and
Mrs, Rnsmussen of Chicago.
, Little Irene Mary Norton ontortained
a dozon of hor young friends Monday
afternoon at tho homo iior parents Mr.
and Mrs. P. J. Norton in honor of her
fifth birth anniversary. Tho littlo folks
spent tho aftornoon in various games
and at six o'clock wore served with
nice.rofreahments. A largo number of
P.rotty gifts woro presontod to tho
v'oung hostess in remembrance of the
Hj'' . j r
We announce tho opening of n Shoo
Repaying department, and solicit u
nhure of tho nntronacrtf of thu public.
Good work guaranteed at reasonable J
priCCB. FOUSTKDT & 51UJKDY.
Harness shop on Locust street.
Local and Personal
Jay Smith is. transacting business in
Ogalalla this week.
Miss Myra White, of Sutherland, is
visiting this week with the Misses
Mrs. Perry, of Chicago, is visiting
at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter
Dr. Walter Crook returned Wednes
day evening from a short business visit
Dr. S. D. Barttle, of David City,
visited Rev. and Mrs. B. F. Gaithcr
Mrs. William Diener will entertain a
number of ladies this afternoon in honor
of Grandma Diener.
Mrs. John Cornet left Wednesday
afternoon for Horahey to spend several
days on business.
Miss Irene McGee, of Brady, is visit
ing in town before going to Scotts
Bluffs to teach school.
Attorney Wm. Shumnn was fined the
usual amount Wednesday for exceeding
tho nutomobile speed limit.
Mrd. Eclistino. oE-Storlintr. nrrlved
here Wbtin.c33dy evening to visit with
miss greyi&ner tor two weeks.
Mrs. y alenllno Scharmann who
visited In California for several woeks,
returned horrid a fow days ago.
Mrs. Isaman who was called hero by
thodenthof the late W. B. Salisbury,
returned homo Tuesday ovening.
C. H. Payne, of Council Bluffs, ar
rived lost evening to visit his son Fred
Puyho and wife for & "ouple of weoks.
Mr. awlMrs. Madison who were
married .Jowook went to Sutherland
Wednesday rifterrioon to make their
Mrs, J. S. ! Twinem and children re
turned Tuesday evening from an ox
tended visit in Gliddon, la., with relatives.
Harry Stevens, of Bignoll, was In
town Tuesday enrouto to South Oma
ha with a shipmont of two cars of
Mr. Crane of tho Crane Drug Co., of
usnkosh, spent yesterday in town
whilo enrouto home from a visit in
Mr. and Mrs. Will Booth who woro
married recently at Grand Island camo
here tho latter part of last woek to
make their homo.
Arthur Tramp. Stove McWilliams
and Lee JBird will loave this week for
Denver to spend a week or longer
Miss Ernma Smith, principal of tho
North sidb Bchooi, returned Tuesday
night from Farley In., where sho
spent her vacation.
James Rau, of "Chicago, who is in
partnership with HurIi Scoonover of
this city, spent tho drat part of this
week visiting the latter.
22 Years Ago.
(Taken from The Tribune of Septem
ber 2, 1891.)
A light frost was visible on tho morn,
ing of August 23rd.
Alto, the infant daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. G. S. Huffman, died of cholera
Henry Brunk, of Myrtle precinct,
died suddenly of stomach troublo at
the ago of forty-five.
Colonel Cody purchased C-10 ncres of
land lying north and west of the fair
grounds for $20,000.
Henry Fnka, living south ot the
river, threshed his wheat and reported
an average yield of forty bushels per
acre from a fifty acre field.
Alfred Sorenson was sent over to
Fred Barraclough's residence on an
errand, and as he ascended the steps of
the house another boy in a playful!
manner said, "I will shoot you,'.' nt
the same timo raising a double-barreled
shot gun and pulling the trigger. Just
at that instant young Sorenson dodged
behind a box and this probably saved
his life, as the gun went off and about
twenty shot enterted his arm. Dr.
Dick picked them out
The city schools were to open Sep
tember 8th, with Wuldo Dennis as
principal and Hans Peterson assistant.
Among the teachers were MisscR Anna
Stolle, Eunice Babbitt, Bertha Thoe
lecke, Efiio Cleland and Mnrv Loftus.
Will Hummel), a ten year old boy,
was nrrested for stealing eloveir dollars
from the safe of Davis & G&tward, im
N. B. Olds succeeded J. C. Ferguson
as station agent, the latter going to
Tho Christian Endonvor Society of
the Presbyterian church with a member
ship of sixty mot and appointed com
mittees for the year.
Among tho exhibits sent from Lin
coln county to the state fair was a head
of cabbage weighing thirty-three
Two hundred North Platte people'
went to Grand Island to attend the
...Areoplane Flights and Ball Tournament.,
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.,
September 17th, 18th and 19th, 1913
Arrangements are practically completed for the holding of the Lincoln County Fair
and Fall Festival at North Platte September 17th, 18th and 19th. Indications arc that the
produce and stock exhibits will he very creditable ones, and prizes are offered in every line
that will attract the exhibitor. One .thousand dollars in prize money will be distributed.
The base ball tournament will be held by the strongest teams in the state, and that alone is '
expected to draw large crowds.
The aeroplane flights as scheduled are meeting with the highest spproval, for man's
conquest of the air in its most important sense will be displayed in the ' city on the above
dates for the first time. Great interest is being displayed by the residents of every part of
this section in the-meet, as it will be of the highest class and the most daring aerial stunts
known to aviation are scheduled on the program.
One of the biggest things that North Platte has ever held is anticipated and special
preparation for handling the crowd is being made by everyone interested in' the meet. Re
serve the date and plan to be Avith us in North Platte.
The average man is inclined to regard
last month as tho hottest August we
have ever had, but the monthly sum
mary issued by Observer Shilling of tho
local office shows that August,
1909, and August, 1900, wero jqaj
as warm as last month, the,
average for August in each of the three
years being sevonty-seven degrees. On
tho 27th of last month the absolute
maximum for August was reached
when tho temperature registered 103.
The rainfall last month was ninety
eight one-hundredths of an inch, which
Is the lightest precipitation wo have
had in any August sinco 1894, when
the fall was but seventeen one-hundredths
of an inch. There have been five
Augusts sinco 1875 when the rainfall
wns less than last month. The average
for tho month is 2.4G inches. Had we
received tho average our . corn crop
would have been a good one. 4
Mrs. B. F. Sailor transacted business
in Stapleton the early part of the week.
Lawrence Herrod, of Coldmbus,
came Tuesday to visit relatives for a
Mrs. J. R. Baldwin who submitted
to an operation at the P. & S. hospital
a short time ago, is getting along
The case of Louise Peters ys the
Morrill Vulcanizing Co., for $75
damages don h.r automobile while in
use by Murtin Morrill was decided in
her favor by County Judge Grant this
T. W. Peck and S. 8. Jacobs, who
were employed here in connection with'
the construction of the new round
house for several months, left yester
day for Hastings where they will be
employed on a depot building.
Miss Maude Nowton, who had been
taking treatment at the P. & S. hos
pital wus.djscharge.d.rom that institu-
uon mo urst oi tins week.
Misses Mabel Sawyer, Hattie Martin,
Clara GesBnor and Ora Whlto will en
tertain the Epworth Loaguo this oven
ing at tho homo of the former.
For bargains in choice residences see
Buchanan & Patterson's bargain list in
another column tf
Fred Warren and Miss Virginia Bill
iard returned the early part of tho
weok from an auto trip to Denver,
They wont and returned via Choyannc,
nnd oxporionced no tiro or othur
troublo on tho (MO-mHa trip.
Tho federal court officers, the jurors
and a number of witnosseswere in town
Tuesday but only two cases came
up for hearing before Judge Munger,
the greater number of tho cases having
been transferred to Omaha for hearing.
Judge Munger will come here later in
tho year and hear several equity cases.
Judge Muncer and tho court officers
highly complimented the attractiveness
of tho new federal court room, and tho
offices'for the offirers.
MiBS Annio Krnmph nnd mother
wore visitors at tho Hunter fruit farm
north of Snthorland Monday nnd were
smazedat the extenc of the orchard and
tho burden of apple borne by each tree.
Trees of tho Grimes Golden variety
assume n canopy-shape, the weight of
the fruit bending the branches almost
to the ground. The orchard this year
will produce fifteon thousand bushels.
Fred Pnyno wns oxhibiting on the
streets Tuesday samples ot his fourth
and fifth cuttings of alfnlfn. Tho
samples of the fifth cutting come from
a small patch that Mr. Payno has been
forcing in order to seo just whnt could
bo accomplished in alfalfa growing. He
is cutting his fourth drop this Week and
it is a good yield.
uuniiK mo puui iwo weeks consider-' hbovo ent
nhlA titlittn t ! n n k.iA &. ul. I I .1 '
uiu tviicui. iiuaucuu iiiunvyieu uy SOUU1
sido farmers, tho North Piatto Mill &
Grain Co. being tho purchasers. Thjs
company is shtppjng oift soYornl cars
each week. The wheat is said to" be of
a very good quality.
Mrs. Wallace, who underwent an op
oration at tho P. & S. hospital recently
is doing nicely
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"I was taken with diarrhoea and Mr.
Yorks, the merchant here, persuaded
me to try a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
After taking one dose of it I was cured.
It also cured others that I gave it to,"
writes M. E. Gebhart, Oriole, Pa.
That is not at all unusual. An ordinary
'attack of diarrhoea can almost invar
iably be cured by one or two doses of
this remedy. For sale by all dealers.
In the District Court of the United
Stntes for the District of Nebrasca,
North Platte Division
The United States of America
for the use and benefit of Ed
ward Walker, Derreberry &
Forbes, a co-partnership com
posed of Snmuol R. Derryber
ry and Milton J. Forbes, the
W. W. Bireo Company, John
W. LeMnsters, parties per
forming labor and furnishing
material in the erection of the
Post Office nnd Court House
building in North Platte, Ne
braska, nnd all other persons
uenorm vonsirucuun com- t
pany, of Milwaukee, Wiscon- I
sin. and Massachusetts Bond-1
ing and Insurance Company. I
And now upon this 2nd day of Sep
tember, 1913, the above cause came on
for hearing to the court upon the
known nnd unknown creditors of the
General Construction Company, who
furnished labor or material in the erec
tion and building of the court house nnd
Eostotlice in tho city of JNorth Platte,
,incoln county, Nebraska.
And it is appearing from the affidavit
of Albert Muldoon, one of the attorneys
for plaintiffs in said action that Lavi
R. Duke and Phillip O. Deats doing
business under tho firm name and style
of Duko & Dents at 508 Dowey street in
tho city of North Platte, Lincoln coun
ty, Nebniskn, are creditors of the
dofendant, General Construction Co., for
labor" and material furnished it, is
hereby ordered that Levi R. Duke and
Phillip U. Ueats anu all other persons
performing any labor or furnishing any
materinl used in the erection anu builu-
Mother of Eighteen Children.
"I am the mother of eighteen child
ren nnd have tho praise of doing more
work than any young woman in my
town," writes Mrs. C J. Martin,
Boona Mill, Vn. "1 suffered for five
years with stomach troublo and could
not eat as much as a biscuit without
suffering. I havo tnkn t'treo bottles of
Chnmberluin's Tablets and am now n
well woman nnd weigh 16S pounds. I
can ent anything I want to, nnd ns
much as'l want nnd feel bettor than I
havo at any time in ton yonrs. I refer
to an one in Boone Mill or vicinity and
thoy will vouch for whnt I say." Cham
berlain's Tublets are for sale by all
ntr of the nostoltice anu court house in
the city of North Platte, Nebraska,
are hereby notified to intervene in the
:ltled action and set up their
account or claim for labor done or ma
terial furnished on or beforo the 17th
dny of February, 1911. And it is
further ordered that they, and each of
them, bo so notified by delivering to
each of the said Levi R. Duke and
Phillip O. Deats a true and correct copy
fiS this order on or beforo November
And further that the unknown credi
tors of the snid General Construction
Company bo notified by publication of
this onler in the North Platte Tribune
for threo successive weeks, the last
issue thereof to be published in said
nauor not later than the 17th dny of
November, 1913. And it is further
ordered that if the said Levi R. Duke,
Phillips O. Deats or any other of tho
creditors of tho nid General Construc
tion Company, tho defendant in tho
nbove entitled uction , fail to so inter
vene nnd file thoir claim within the
time herein limited that thev, nnd each
of them, be forover barrd from so
Duted this 2nd day of September,
s03 . W. II. MUNGBK.
- ' Judge.
It will pay you to attend the
Big Power Farming Demonstration
FREMONT. NEB-, SEPT. 8-13
The traction engine will soon replace the horse for farm
use, as it works faster, cost less to keep in condition, re
quiresTeed only when working. Other sections of the
west have proven this and Nebraska farmers should
awaken to this fact. Power when you need it, at any
season, for any pnrpose and for 24 hours a day if necess
ary. Union Pacific
Standard Road of The West.
desires to impress upon the farmers along its lines the
importance of attending this demonstration, not only of
power for field work but power as a hundy-man around
the farm. Come and see to how many uses power can
be put with what profit.
F. E. BULLARD, Agent
North Platte, Nebraska
To Loan on improved farms at low rate
of interest with privilege of partial
Buchanan & Patterson.
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Ask your dealer about quantity
discounts and iron barrels for storage.
Red Crown Motor Gasoline is Best.
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