The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, January 16, 1914, Image 8

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Semi -Weekly Tribune
Ira L. Bare, Editor and Publisher.
One Year by Mail In advance $1.25
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Kntcrod at North Platte. Nobraska, Post
oOico as Second Class Matter.
Friday, January 16, 1914 .
Local and Personal
A. F. Streitz returned "Wednesday
from a visit of n few days in Omaha.
J. L. Murphy, of St. Joe, Mo., was
calling on friends in the city yesterday.
Thos. Quinn, of Lena, Nebr., was
vipitlng friends in this city yesterday.
J. P. Smith, who was operated upon
Saturday, is reported getting along
Dr. Hayman, of Cozod, was visiting
frionds in the city Wednesday after
noon i
For Rent- Unfurnished rooms closo
in. Modern except heat. Phone COS.
County Commissioner E. H. Springer
arrived in the city yesterday morning
from Brady.
Arthur Plummer left yesterdny for
Denver to spend a few days looking
af tor businexj matters. J
Mrs. V. Sherman returned yesterday
from Chicago where she has been
visiting for the past few weeks.
Dr. J. S. Twinem was called to Wal
lace Wednesday ovening to the home of
Ely Ranoy, who is reported ill.
B. M. Simms, a druggist from
Hastings, arrived in the city Tuesday
for a visit with his, son Dr. J. S. Simms.
Mr. and Mrs. William Coker and Mrs.
Horry Worrell, of Sutherland, wero
shopping visitors in the city yesterday.
For Rent An 8 room house, modorn.
201 South Ash. Inquire J. F. Roddy,
420 East Third St. Phone Red G08.
John LeMnsters returned Wednesday
from a protracted visit in Indiana and
will remain, rports to tho contrnry
notwithstanding. Mrs. LeMnster is
visiting rolatives in Illinois nt present
and will not return for soverul weeks.
Mr. Holmes of this city wasoporated
upon yestorday morning nt his home.
Dr. Twinem of this cltv and Dr. Footo
of Omaha preformed theoperntion. Tho
operation was of u serious naturo but
ho is reported getting along nicely.
County Surveyor R. L. Cochran is
putting down some test wells at tho
proposed alto for the new bridgo for
the Lincoln Highway. These teats will
bo submitted to tho state engineer and
he will uso tho data for locating defini
tely tho bridge site.
l'leaso favor us and incldently your
selves by attending our sale in tho
morning. It means much better atten
tion, better service and more satisfac
tion to all. . T. Tramp & Son.
John Den, Mrs. Dalmnln und Mra.
Den, Bistor-in-low to John Den, left
Ttfosday evening for Arapahoo where
Mrs. Dalmain lives. Mrs. Den ond
Mrs, Dalmain havo boon visiting in tho
city for tho past few weeks and Mr.
Den accompanied them to Arapahoo for
n fow dayfl visit.
Tho Caih MarJtHt-its different, A
particular mnrkot for peoplo-who euro.
Remember nn active dlmo has a luzy
quarter sklned a city block. Phono 2(i.
Mr nnd Mrs. Zack Noble, of Big
Pincy, Wyo.. were visiting friends in
the city Tuesday afternoon. They
wore on their wuv to Florida to spond
tho winter. Mr. Noblo wns n vosident
of Lincoln county about twenty fivo
yeais ago and is well known to many of
tho older roflidoutR. When here, ho ran
tho homo ranch for John Bratt.
A wagon load ot coal was reported
stolen somotime Tuesday night from
the local yards- up near tho now round
housoi Tho trocKs showed that the
wagon has drivon into tho .nrds and
acrjs tho tracks to a londeil coal car
and coal was mUsing from the car.
How the person entered the yards and
got away without aotno ono sueing him
is not known, hut Investigation Is being
made to apprehend the thief.
Mess's Panacea, Leo's Egg maker,
Lbd'b Gennozonu for vour nnultrv
troublo. For buIi only nt Schiller's
Drug stores, tf
Considerable interest has been
ifoitsod among the bowlers of this city
by the mteh that has been scheduled
for Monday evening. Tho grocer clerks
havo issued a challenge to tho winnors
m tho mutch between the barbers and
tho clothing clnrks and will bowl them
sometime next week. 0;i tho other
hand, tho barbers havo extended their
challengo to take in any team in tho
city, including tho first division tonm
thut bowled Urnnd Island.
Sheriff A. .1. Salisbury has appointed
Ruy Wilson, of Sutherland ns deputy
sheriff to fill tho vacancy caused by
tho resignation of Thos. Watts. Mr.
Wilson is well known In tho county
and will undoubtedly mnko good In his
now position. Ilia father is ono of the
prominent mon in tho county and is
interested in ono of tho Sutherland
liankfl. Ho has formed in this county
in this county for a numbor of years
und the now deputy sheriff grew up in
the county. Ho will take up his of
ficial duties about January 2Gth.
John Hutchis, of Ringgold, barely es
caped dentil Tuesday ovening at tho
railroad crossing on Locust street
when a switch engine ran into his rig.
Ho was driving down tho street to
tneot a train and the flugman signalled
for him to cross. An ho got on tho
middle tracks, tho switch engine camo
along and scared his team. Tho team
turned around and broko the tonguo
out of tho wagon and tho wagon turned
over and tho engine struck it. Hutchis
held to tho lines nnd the team started
to run. Tlioy pulled him out of tho
wagon and ho struck on his face, bruis
ing it very badly and almost taking off
ono of his oars. Ho was taken to tho
ndrth aido hospital and his injuries wero
attended. Another man was in tho
wagon but escuped uninjured, The
team ran away nnd wero caught up tho
street north of tho trucks.
I choice of any Ladies1 Suit or Coat in the
excepted, worth up to $35.00 at
Can anybody else compete with it, if this is not low enough in
price we have Lot 2, choice of any Suit or Coat, former selling
price up to $25.00, now
These prices, quality considered, are now offered at less than
33 cents on the dollar.
Attorney Rolf Hallignn left yester
day for Ogalaila tn look after some
legal business.
'Lemuel Todd, n railway muil dork
out of this city, is homo enjoying a
woek'a vacntion.
Mrs. J. 0. Knnuss, who has been ro
cciving medical treatment nt tho
North Plntto General hospital, was
nolo to return ta hor home in Cozad
Miss Lilllnn Hcmly entertained a
numbor of ladies at her home on West
Third street yesterday afternoon. About
twenty Iadie3 wore present and all ex
pressed themsolves as enjoying -the
afternoon vory much. v
Therq samj to be a deficiency of
toivchois in Logan county this term.
Co. Supt. Cleo R. Chappell roceived a
telephone cnll yosterday morning from
a Mr. Brothers, director of Lebanon
district, asking her to send up a teacher
from this county.
Mr3. Mnry Wolf nnd daughter Miss
Dora returned Wednesday to their
home in Chappell after u short visit
with friends in tho city. They camo
down to attend tho funernl of Mrs.
Mario Distel, which was hold Tuesday
Tho Presbyterian Choir, Sunday
school toachers and members of Miss
borenson's class willentortnin Saturday
afternoon fiom three until fivo o'clock
nt the nome of Mrs. W. V. Honglnnd
in honor of Miss Vornn Sorenson. All
ladies of tho church nnd congregation
nro cordially invited.
A number of looal men hayo sub
mitted bids to tho postofilco depart
ment for currvintr tho mnll nn tlin
Tryon route. The bids havo to bo in
ly Jnnunry UO and they will bo ex
nminod and tho selection made. This
choice will become effective next July
for b term of four yenis.
Myrlle and Vicinity,
Chas Gambrol and wifo motored to
North Plntto Thursday.
Will Halloy, of North Platte, enmo
out on business tho last of tho week.
Miss Florence Batio who has beon
attending school at Staploton is very
ill at tho home of hor cousin Roland
Batie. Sho is suffering from n nervous
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Grecloy visited
rolntivos at North Platto Wednesday
and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Bokosky. of Mc-
Pherson county, spent tho latter part
oi inst ween visiting tlio families of A.
Phillips nnd Chas. Gnmbrel.
Mrs. Robt. Batie returned from
Stnpleton Sunduy after spending sev
eral days with hor daughtur.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Knajdl woro at
North Platte Monday and Tuesduy
combining buainoss with pleasure.
Garfield Items.
Earl Gill returned homo last weok
aftor spending a month or so in Twin
Fnlls, Idaho and other western points.
Newt Brummot mado a trip to Arnold
last Tuesday and sold n horso while
Mnud Siver wont to Arnold to visit
with Mr, and Mrs. Charles Stalford a
Crushed to
For the next 10 days commencing
euary 16, 1914.
TOg.-romTrrwrnnTOfnrfTT muUl
week-or ton days.
Mr. and Mrs Adam Sense! visited at
the homo of 3Ir. and Mrs. George
Helmkamp Saturday.
Gus Klump took a load of hogs to
Staploton last Wednesday.
Jim Henry returned " Friday from
down by Calloway, where ho has been
working for some timo. '
Geo. Holmknmp and Cy Sensol mYule
a trip to Arnold Saturday.
Mrs. T. Ct Gill nnd.son Earl wero
Arnold visitors Satuiday.
lor a Million."
A Beautiful Comedy
acts, With the Four
ices 25, 50 and 75c.
Mutual Building and Loan Association
Assets December 1, 1913, $566,896.07
Paid up stock pays six per cent dividends nnd mny be
cashed nt nny time on tldrty dnys' notice.
Monthly savings, installment stock, pnys eight per cent
Either stock mny be subscribed for A3 ANY TIME.
This Association is operated under state supervision .and
the stock affords an investment that cannot be excelled for
q rnn7Fr c , ' T C' PATFRS0N. President.
S. GOOZEE, Sect-clary.
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house, plushes
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Siver and family
visited at the home of T. C. Gill last
Lura Drummet had tho misfortune
of dislocating her arm last week.
Mrs. B. A. Stafford is visiting at the
home of 31. L. Smith this week.
A dance will bo given at the L. M.
L- A. Hnll Saturday evening, Jan 17.
School will begin Monday morning.
Nancy Johnson left lu3t week to visit
her sister Mrs. Ollie Johnson at Pnxton
a few weeks.
MP jwMgBBnBEEUiauaLLjijiu mj ie j.i i n hh. i-rrvrrr,-
Drama in Four
Perry's in the
Dp, edfield iedfield
Physicians and Surgeons.
JOB I). REDFIELD. Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
PHONE 642.
Olllce Phono 410 Res. Hlk G52
Bertha E.Mangon, M D.
Physician and Surgeon
Deseases of Women and Children e'.Speclalty
New McCabo tUlbg.
& Physiciou and Surgeon, f
w Office over McDonald Bank. $
Phonos I Office 130
2 Phones f Hesldence 115 t
Dr. J. S. Twinem,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention to Obstetrics
and Children's Diseases.
Phones, ofllco 183, residence 283
Office in McDonald Bank Building.
Worth Platte, Nebraska.
John S. Simms
Physician and Surgeon.
Office In Keith Theatre Building
Office 209 PHONES Residence 38
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Doctors Ames & Ames,
(; Physicians and Surgeons,
; Office over Stone Drug Co,
Y: phonea ) Office 273
6 ones t Residence 273
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . 'DROST,
Osteopathic Physician.
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bnnk Building.
Signet Chapter 0. E. S., j
J NO. 55 I
3 Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday of every J
S month nt Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. J
Oldest Bank hi Lincoln County
State Bank
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
We Solicit Your Business.
si.T:MK.r..w,;f-f jM.Viga'Vuvi sreft jr,-rr;nyi
3 I f I ' House of Good Shows
When in North Plafle. x
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
NirrViK Mntinpo Rnfiirrlnt. A f f.iy.
m noon ut 2:30 O'clock.
Bought and highest market
prices paid
Residence Red 636 Office 459
What is more comfortable or satis
factory tlian nn ovening at homo sur
rounded by the family and with one of
our hnnd-mudo pure loaf eigars to
smoke? Our cigars havo an established
reputation for their goodness.
Try thum.
The Maker of Good Cigars,
Telcphono Red 4 603M Dowey St.
North Pla 'to, Nebraska.
In the County Court of Lincoln County, Ne
brnskn, Dec. Uth, 1913.
In tho mnttor of tho estate of Hattlo
Farrlngton, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that tho creditors of said
deceased will meet tho Executor of said
estate, before the county judge of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, nt tho county court room, In said
county, on tho 20th day cf Jnn. 1914, and on
the 20th da of July, 1914, nt D o'clock a. m. each
day, for tho purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment nnd allowance. Six
months nro nllowcd for creditors to present their
claims, nnd ono year for the Executor to
settle Bald estate, from the 9th day of Dec. 1913.
A copy of this order to be published In th North
Platto Tribune, a legal ieml-wctkly news
paper printed in said n unty for four successive
weeks prior to January 14, 1913.
d23-4 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
Sheriff's Sale.
Ry virtue of nn order of sale issued from tho
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
n degreo of foreclosure rendered in said court
wherein Blanche H. Field Is pluintilf and Thur
lough Chnmbcrs, ctnlnrc defendants, nnd to me
directed I will on tho 24thdny of Jan., 191), nt 1
o'clock p. m., at the east front door of the court
bouse in North Platte, Lincoln county. Ne
braska, Bell nt public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy snld decree. Interest
nnd roils, the following described property
to-wltiEnst one-half (EH) Section twenty-four
(211 Township Eleven (ll) North of Range
Twenty-eight (28) west of the Cth P. M. Lincoln
county, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte, Nob., Dec. 22. 1913.
d23-6 A. J. SALISBURY. Sheriff
Tho State of Ncbraskn, Lincoln county, ss..
In tha county court, Dec. 24, 1913.
In the matter of the estate of James E.
Baker, deceased.
On reading nnd filing the petition of
John N. Baker and Jessie E. Hughes,
praying that tho Instrument filed on
the 27th day of December, 1913, nnd purporting
to bo last will and testament of tho said de
ceased, may bo proved, Approved, probated, al
lowed and recorded aa the last will and testament
of tho said James E. Baker, deceased, and that
tho execution of said Instrument may bo com
mitted and tho administration of said estate may
bo granted to John N. Bakerand Jessie E.
Hughes as executors.
Ordered, that Jan. 20th, 1914. nt 10 o'clock a. m..
In tho forenoon is assigned for hearing said peti
tion when all persons Interested Jn said matter
may appear in the coun'y court to bo held In
and for said count r.' show cause why the
prayer of the petition i hjuldnot be granted
A copy of this orvkt to be published in tho
North Platte Tribune, a legal semi-weekly
newspaper of said county for three successive
weeks prior to Bald date of hearing.
d30-3 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
Eva Roddy, defendant, will take notice that on
the 19th day of November, 1913, William R. Ma.
loney, administrator of the estate of Lois
Shelton, deceased, filed his petition in tho district
court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, against said
Eva Roddy, et. a!., tho object and prayer of
which are to foreclose a certain mortgage
executed by said Eva Roddy to Lois Shelton on
May 27. 1913, to securo promissory notes of even
dntewith said mortgage, upon which there is due
the sum of Eleven Hundred Dollars $1,100.00
with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent
from May '27, 1913. Said mortgage was givea upon
Lot One 11, in Section Eight 8, Township
Thirteen 113 North. Range. Thirty 30 West in
Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Plaintiff also seeks to obtain an nppolntment of n
rccievcr for said premises pending said act'on
upon the grounds that said property is not
sufficient eccurlty for tho payment of tho debt
named in said mortgage and that said property Is
liable to be wnsted'- that the same is not insured:
that said property Is rapidly decreasing in value:
thatlthaano rental vuluo while In the condition
that It Is; nnd that the improvements upon said
property are being destroyed und the real estate
not of value to exceed $100.00 outside of the im
provements thcreou. and that tho Bald defendant,
Eva Roddy, is Insolvent. Plaintiff prays for n
decree that the defendant shail be required to pay
tho amount herein stated to bo duo uron sold
mortgage nnd that said premises may bo sold to
satisfy tho amount found due, and for tho ap
pointment of a receiver to take immediate charge
of said premises. And (.aid Eva Roddy Is hereby .
notified to answer said petition on or before the
23d day of February, 1914, and tint on the Uth
day of February, 1914, at 10 o'clock, q. m., or as
soon thereafter as plaintiff can be heard, plaintiff
will apply to the judge of the district cdmt at
rhnmbers in tho couit house at North Platte, Ne
braska, for tho appointment of bucIi receiver of
said premises, nnd plaintiff proposes the name of
A. J. Salisbury, sheriff of said county, as such
receiver. v!th L on Bonding and Surety Co., as
surctv, nnd plaintiff offers as surety for himself
Lion Bonding and Surety Co-
Admr of Estate of Lois Shelton, deceased.
By Hoagland & Hoagland, Ills Attorneys.
By virtue of an Older of enle issued from the
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
upon a decree of foreclosure rendered in snld
court wherein Charles W. Weckbach Is plaintiff,
and Homer II. Rogers "et a!., are defendants,
and to mo directed, 1 will on the 14th day of
Fil ruary 1914. at 2o'tl ck. p. m., at tho eait front
door of the courthouse In North Platte, Lincoln
count.,. Nebraska. Mil nt public auction to the
higlifft bidder for cush to sntlsfy said
decree, interest rr.d costs, tho following
described property te-wit: All of lots one (1)
two (2) three 3 four 4 other-vise detenbed ns
wrpt half of the west half o section eighteen
1SJ township nine 0 range twenty-seven 271
woat of the Gth Principal Meridan, Lincoln
uuuiuy, i.curaaKti,
Dated North Plotte, Neb., January 12th, 1914
I'-5 A. J. Salisbury. Sheriff.
In the county court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, December 29tli, 1913.
In the matter of tho estate of Putrick Wrin
deceased. . '
Notice it hereby ;cl en, that tho creditors of
said decented will meet ilto Executor of snld
estate, xforo tho counts jm'go of Lincoln county.
Ncbrnino. at tho county cwrt said county
onthoSrd LHS'of Feliunry 1914, and on the 3rd
doi ofALg. 1914, at Uo deck a. m., each day. for
tho puioro of presenting their claims for exam
ination, edJuutment nnd allowance. Six months
aro allowed for creditors to present their claims
and ono year, for the Executor to settle snld
estate, from tho 29th day of December, 1913 A
n?)y.ofnJhL'' onler to bo published In tho North
Platte Tribune, a legal semi-wcekly nowspaper
prnted in said county for four successive weeks
prior to Feb. 23, 1914. weeKS
County Judge.
Nic Stocn will tuke-notice thnt on the
16th day of December, 1913, M. J. O'
Connell, Justice of the pence, of North
Plotte precinct No. 3 in and for Lincoln
county, issued nn order of attachment
for the sum of $27.25 in an action now
pending before him, wherein C O
Weingnnd is plaintiff nnd Nic Stoca is
defendant that property consistinc of
money in the hands of Geo Cnndn has
been attached under said order.
Said cause was continued to the 3l&t
day of January, 19M, at 9 o'clock a
m. Dated December 23, 1913.
C. O. Weingand,
BATE OF WILL. XM,"Alt l liu'
Stato of Nebraska, Lincoln County. SS
In tho County Court.
In tho Mnttt f nt tha C.4..t .
Slutts. deceaseVr """" "l maTy K'
w "off 'nB "T "'.'I1 h6 .Petition of John
W. Slutts. praying that tho Instrument, file!
on the Will day of December. 1913. and imn'ort!
Ing to bo the last Will and Testament of the w id
deceased, may be pravvd. approved, proUteci
allowed and recorded as tho last Will nnd tSIS.
ment of the snld Mnry E. Slu Its Leased
and that the execution of snld Instrument mil?
I committed and the administration of Sdd
B&utS?' l" ranted lTyUr Petitioner a,
omered. That Jan. 20th. 1914, at 0 o'clock n
m. Is assigned for hearing said petition whwaM
persons Interested In said mattor may appear ntn
county court to be hold In and for ld counly and
show cause why the prayer of petl loner sLuld
not bo granted. That scodvoI thi. i!i i
published In the North Pktte Tribune a ,om'ie
weekly newspaper of said county, for thVo i'
CMsiye weeks, prior to said day of hearing
Dated December 29, 1913. ""'ring.
d30-3" JOHN GRANT.
County Judge