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Dy DWICHT NORWOOD
Vlion equal rights for women tri
umphed lu 1020 they not only gnlued
the franchise, but laws were passed
imposing upon them the same duties
us men. They were drawn ns Jury wo
men nnd were eligible to Bit on the
bench. Different experiments in Jury
duty wero tried, oho of which wns the
inuklng up of n Jury of mixed men
The case of O race Fleming ngalnst
Francis lddleston for breach of jprpm.
lse attracted universal nttcntlonTKTIio
law ns It stood nt the time required
that all casus of breach of promise
should be tried before a Jury of tin
mnrrled persons, six being males and
six females. There being a great rush
for admittance to hear the piquant
evidence that It was expected would
bo brought out, a number of young
men and women strove to be Impan
eled on the Jury. The result was six
young men nnd six young women were
drawn and accepted, all of whom
wero of the better class, and the
young women wore all good looking.
It was proved conclusively on the
trial that lddleston had proposed to
Miss Fleming and that she had accept
ed him, but the defendant's counsel
brought In evidence to show that she
had been engaged to unother man at
the snmo tlino. The Judgo charged
that If tho Jury were satisfied that the
defendant had proposed to the plain
tiff they wero to return a verdict lu
her favor. Hut If they were satlsDed
that tho plaintiff had engaged herself
to nnothcr mnn while she wns engag
ed to lddleston they were to find for
Ono of the Jurymen gave an account
of tho proceedings in tho Jury room
Avhllo n verdict was being considered,
of wlilch the following is n synopsis:
"On reaching the Jury room wo ar
ranged ourselves In a circle, men nnd
women being placed alternately, and
proceeded to consider the case. At first
there were remarks from men and wo
men alike, but gradually tho men drop
ped out of tho discussion, leaving It to
the women. Two women considered
Iddleston's offer binding on him; two
women considered that ho was absolv
ed by Miss Fleming's being engaged to
another man, while the other two Jury
women took the ground that Mr. lddle
ston had been treated very badly by
"Tho discussion on the part of the
Jurywomen lasted so long that some
of us. began to yawn. First ono wom
an, then another dropped out of it un
til but ono womnn remained to combat
for her opinion. Then one of the wo
men asked another If sho had seen the
new skirt This switched the conver
sation on to nnothcr track than the
case In question, and in a few minutes
the women wore debating the fashions,
Seeing an opportunity, wo men began
to consider the breach of promise case.
We discovered that wo all agreed that
the woman, hnvlng been engaged to
another during the time she was en
gaged to lddleston, had no clnlm.
"Wo announced to our fellow Jury
women that half of the Jury were
agreed on a verdict, requesting tho
other hnlf to follow our example. They
at once turned their nttentlou to the
matter In point, hut ns there were
three different opinions among them
and each woman stoutly mnlntnlned
her own view time passed without n
verdict. At 0 o'clock lu tho evening
supper was brought In, niid after that,
since the women could not agree aud
wero tired of tho subject, wo paired
off, each man with a woman, nnd sat
tllrtlng till 10 o'clock, when wo were
mnrched off to sepnrato hotels for Uie
"Tho next day n messenger went
from us with a note to tho Judge, who,
supposing It to contain a question of
law, called the court together. Ills
honor was much astonished nt a re
quest for n clergymnn. Since there
was no reason for denying tho request
a domlulo was sent to us, nnd two of
our number were married
"There is something contagious about
matrimony, aud us tho parson wns
leaving ho wns called back to marry
another couplu That afternoon one
of tho men who had been making up
to another of tho Jurywomen pro
posed that wo mnke It uunulmous and
nil be married This was rushing mat
ters, and the only woman left mi
pledged declined to take the only re
maining unpledged man. While wo
wero trying to porminde her the Judge
ent to know If wo had reached a ver
diet Tho foreman sent back word
that we had a case of an obstinate
twelfth Jurywoman, but wo hoped
soon to bring her to an agreement.
"Half an hour lator we all (lied Into
tho courtroom and wero naked the
"'Have you agreed to a verdict?'
" 'We have agreed to something else,'
repllod our foreman.
"'What do you moan?' asked the
" 'Four of our twelve hae been mar
ried lu tho Jury room, and we have
ngroed to mako it unanimous, tho rest
to bo mnrrled hero by ,our honor In
" 'Hut tho verdict In the case that
lins been tried beforo your exclaimed
tho astonished Judgo. 'Wero you un
able to bring the obstlnnto Jurywo
man to nn agreement?'
" 'We brought her to an agreement,
your liquoi. to marry tho eleventh
" 'Case dismissed.' said the Judgo."
Report of Woman's
Tho Womans Equal Suffrage Confer
ence, held nt Lincoln last week, was n
success from ovcry point of viow.
Drownell Hall was nicely filled with u
band of quiet, but very enthusiastic
women. Only the chairmen of tho var
ious counties or their representees
had the privilego of the floor ns dele
gates, and thoy wero from all over the
stutc, and from all walks of lifo, though
the housekeeper very much prevailed
and thoro were somo men from whom
we hod good council.
It seems to be in, our near, the more
populated pnrts of tha itato wliero
more or less nctlve work, has been
done nil winter, where thero are least
prostrations among those who always
wait until a question is passed upon, be
fore thoy know what they thiuk nbout
it. Thoy are getting accustomed to tho
demostrations nf both sides. The
"Antics" nro working hard too. and
the suffragists aro reaping good results
from their labors.
In the eastern part of the stale, tho
"Auto tours" aro bocomming quite
common. They nro planing them all
over the state, b ive or six cars, well
decorated with flags and pendants nnd
banners go to from one, to threo small
towns in nn afternoon or evening.
They tnko musicians, speakers, enthus
iasm and their picnic lunches.
One lndy told mo that in somo places
the commercial club sent out cars to
meet them. On tho last evening of the
convention I wont with ono party to a
naarby town. It was quite an Imposing
sight when about eighteen or twenty
cars, bright with colors, and loaded
with spcakors and musicians, women
andjmen mobilized around tho Lindell,
There were club women, and univer
sity women nnd men, and business men
and farmers, and political men are all
going or Boeing tho crowd off".
Ex-goyernor Aldrich, Mrs. Haldwin,
a chnrming and convincing spenker
from Kansas, Mr. Quinnof Gothenburg
a bright young Uni, student and others
miulu a flno impression on tho crowd.
Mrs. English, prominent in prison and
social reform work, and whom many of
us know from the Chautauqua platform
sang swootly "Give the Ballot to Tho
Mothers" and the crowd joined in on
tho chorus. Good violin music was
also a drawing card.
There was so much business of im
portance, that on tho last afternoon
speakers from the floor were limited to
Tho working plans will be given out
from time to time later. Thoy devoted
a little time on the last afternoon, to
singing of suffrage songs. A suffrage
yell, was also given, that is giyen out
ri om headquarters, and later I dis
covered that it was the product of one
Now Bring on Your Hot Weather
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC FANS in the office ami home
insure a pleasant, refreshing breeze on the hottest day. They
enable you to work better and rest better.
A WESTINGHOUSE FAN will last many years and needs
no attention except an oiling once a year. The 12-inch office
fan operates for one-half cent an hourthe 8-inch residence fan
for less than one-fourth cent.
North Platte Electric Company,
C. R MOREY, Manager,
Best of all Colored Minstrels
On Vacant Lot South Dewey Street.
' I. - - ! "
Do NotJMiss It, This
Parade at Noon.
of our North Platte women's endeavors
Mrs. C. J. Perkins,
One evening we were well entertained
with a contest, consisting of six women
speakers, on the suffrage question. Tho
one receiving first place', was presented
with a gold medal.
Mews boys on the street, vied with
each other in" the evening shouting.
"All about the Suffragists.''
Tho Lincoln women entertained tho
chairmen all together nt the noon-day
meal, and tho food wns in largo part
furnished by the business men of Lin
coln. I cortninly never ate better food,
for thoy gave of their best and very
libernlly. They received a hoarty voto
While my stay in Lincoln was delight
ful, my trip home was scarcely less so,
for never before have I taken a trip
across the state, when it looked so
beautiful all along the way. It surely
looksa "land of promise.
'Nebraska Next' Mary II. Axtell,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Goodenovv spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Ruby.
Newton Brummet returned home
Sunday after spending abont threw
months in Twin Falls, Idaho. His sis
ter Lena also returned with him.
L. M. Claudson spent a few days in
Omaha last week.
The dance Saturday night was not
very largely attended although every
ono had a good time.
VernaSiver went to North Platte
Monday to attend instute.
L. H. Joy sold his store to Carl Mans
field of Stapleton.
The Farmer's Club will meet with
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Richmond of
Willnrd June 12.
Edith and Harry Goodenow and
Courtio Auble spont Sunday with Myron
Auble of Cliir Table.
John Helmkamp of St. Louis, Mo.,
is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Helmkamp a few days. L. M. S.
The Opportunity is Here Backed by North
Don't take our word for it.
Don't depend on a stranger's state
mont. Read North Plntte endorsement.
Road the statements of North Platte
And decide for yourself.
Here is one case of it:
Hans Johnson, 8M Walnut St, North
Platte, Neb., says: "For years I was
troubled by kidney complaint, due to
heavy work in the blacksmith shop. I
have frequently taken Doan's Kidney
Pills, procured from McDonell &
Graves' Drug store, (now Schiller &
Go's) and they rid me of backache,
lameness nnd other kidney disorders, I
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, as a
remedy that kidney sufferers should
JJtVl. 1 1 1J
Real Funny Show.
Performance 8 p. m.
F you grownup men and women will look
will recall that you used to like to play.
Plav is the thing that develops action
their muscles to do the work that makes them useful as men and
In the same way it trains their minds to be alert and to "be on
the move" every minute.
So boys and girls must have their play- and lots of it.
The question then is, HOW will they play?
In the cleanest kind of a way or you won't see good results.
The Children's Chautauqua is teaching boys and girls the right
kind of play. It is introducing in each Chautauqua town an interest
in equipped playgrounds and is teaching supervised play to thou
sands ol boys and girls.
If you have a boy or girl, get them into this Children's Chautau
qua and see them grow!
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For sale by all dealers. Price 50 .cents
Fostur-MilburnCo., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United Statos.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Notlco Of Special Election.
Notice is hereby given that on the
.joth. day of Juno, 11)14, a special elec
tion will ho held in tlio City of North
l'latte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, vi
which the following proposition will bo
submitted to the votors o said city:
"Shall the Mayoi and Council ol the
city of North Platte, in tho county of
Lincoln, in the State of Nebiaskn, is
sue Twche thousand 00-100 (12000.00)
Dollars, City of North Platte Bridge
Bonds, in denominations of One thou
sand 00-100 (1000.00) Dollars each,
bearing inteiest at the rate of five per
cut per annum, payablo semi-annually,
interest and principal payable
at the office of tho Stato Treasurer of
the Stato of Nebraska. "
Said bonds to bear date of July 1,
1011, and the intorcst on said bonds to
be payablo tho 1st day of January,
1015, and on tho 1st day of July, 1915,
and on tho 1st day of January and on
tho 1st day of July of each and every
year thereafter, until all of tho inter
est on said bonds shall have boon paid.
Said bonds to bo numbered consecu
tively from ono to twelvo inclusive
and the intorest thereon to bo evidenc
ed by coupons thereto attached.
Bond number ono to becomo due nnd
payablo on the 1st day of July, 1925.
Bond number two to becomo duo and
payable on the 1st day of July, 1920.
Bond number thrco to becomo duo
and pavablo on the 1st day of Jul,
Bond number four to become duo and
pnyablo on tho 1st day of July, 192S.
Bond number flvo to becomo duo and
payable on tho 1st day of July,1929.
Bond number bix to becomo duo nnd
payable on the 1st day of July, 1930.
Bond number seven to becomo duo
and payable on the 1st day of July,
Bond number eight to be come
duo and payablo on the 1st day of
Bonds number nine and ten to bo-
come duo nnd pavablo on tho 1st day
of July, 1933.
Bonds numbers cloven and twelve
to becomo duo and payablo on tho 1st
day of July, 1934.
Shall tho Mayor and Council of the
Citv of Noith Platte, in tho Coun
ty of Lincoln, Stato of Nebraska,
levy a tax in tho year 1914 and in cacb
and every year thereafter, sufficient
to pay tho interest on said bonds, and
sufficient to pay fivo per cont of tho
principal thoroof as providod by law;
and in tho year 1921 and each and ovory
year thereafter sufficant to pay tho
principal of said bonds as thoy bo
come due, until sufficient tax has boon
levied to pay all of tho principal of
said bonds, and such tax both for in
terest and principal, to bo levied upon
all of tho taxablo property in said
City of North Platte.
Said bonds to be used for the pur
poso of constructing n wagon bridge
neioss the North l'latte River, com
mencing nt a point ou tho South nnd
West bank of tho North Platto ltivor,
Two hundred (200ft) foot North of tho
center line of a continuation of 4th
Street in tho City of North Platte,
Lincoln County, Nebraska; and run
ning thence at a right anglo across
-nhl North Plntto Itiver, Twenty-nine
bundled (2900ft) feot to a point on
the North aud East bank of said North
Platte Itiver Light hundred (800ft)
feet North of tho South lino of sec
tion thirty-six (30) in Township
fourteen (14) North, of raue thirty
CIO i Went of the 0th. p. m. said bridge
to bo npproxim&tolv twonty-nine huu
died (2900ft)- feot" in length, aud of
sufficient width" for two toams to pass
each other at any point on said bridge,
and to be constructed of ooueroto and
steel, and to comply with the plans
and specifications prepared and furn
ished by Tho Stato Engineer of the
Stato of Nebraska, said bonds repre
senting approximately twelve-fiftioths
(12-50) of the entire costs of tho con
struction of said bridge ns hereinbo
t'oie net forth, the ontire costs of which
is to bo approximately fifty thousand
on inn (50,000.00) Dollars, one half
(l:'i of such ontiro cost is to bo borno
b the State of Nebraska Aid, ns pro
Mded for in Article 3, Chapter 2S sec
tions 123 to 131 inclusive, of tho Be-
vised Statutes of Nobraskn, for tho
enr 1913; and thirtoon-fiftloths (13-50)
of tho entire cost is to bo borno by
Platto Precinct, Lincoln County No
brnska. Should tho Stnto of Nobraska fail
to grant said Aid and should Platto
Precinct, in Lincoln County, Nebraska
THE CHILDREN'S CHAUTAUQUA
Teaches Them Hobu.
fail to issue bonds in tho sum of Thir
teen thousand 00-100 ($13,000.00) Dol
Inis, in aid of tho construction of said
bridge, thon the bonds of said City of
North Platte herein submitted, shall
not bo issued.
Said bridge to bo constructed upon a
lino two hundred (200 ft.) feet north
of the center lino of a continuation of
4 tli streot in said City of North Platto
Lincoln county, Nebraska, and connect
with the public highway on the north
and east bank of said North Platto
river, intended to be the Lincoln Mem
Tho ballots to be used at said elec
tion shall have printed thereon:
FOR: issuing twelve thousand ($12,
000.00) dollars in '.'Tho City of North
Platte Bridge Bonds," in denomina
tions of one thousand ($1,000.00) dol
lars each, bearing interest nt the rate
of five per cent, interest and principal
payablo at the office of tho State Treas
urer of the State of Nebinska. Said
bonds to bear date of Jul 1, 1914, aud
tho interest on said bonds to bo payablo
on the 1st day of January, 1913, and on
tho 1st day of July, 1915, and on tho
1st day of January and on the 1st day
of July of each and every year there
after, until all of tho interest on said
bonds shall have been paid and to levy a
tax in the year 1914, and in each and
every year thereafter sufficient to pay
tho inteicst on said bonds and suffi
cient to pay fivo per cent of tho prin
cipal tlieieof as provided by law; and
in tho year 1924 and each and ever'
year therecafter sufficient to pay the
principal of said bonds ns they becomo
due, until sufficient tax has been levied
to pay all of the principal of said;
bonds; such tax both for interest and
principal to bo levied upon all of tho J
taxable property of said Citv of North I
Platte. " !
AGAINST .issuing twelve thousand i
($12,000.00) dollars-in "The City of
Xort Platto Bridge Bonds," in denom
inations of one thousand ($1,000.00)
dollars each, bearing interest at tho
rate of five per cent, interest nnd prin
cipal payable at tho office of the State
Treasurer of the State of Nebraska.
Said bonds to bear dato of July 1, 1914.
and the interest on said bonds to be
pnyablo on tho 1st day of January,
1915, and on tho 1st day of July, 1915,
nnd tho 1st day of January and on the
1st day of July of each and overy year
thereafter, until all of tho interest on
snid bonds shall havo been paid; and
to levy n tax in tho year 1914, and in
each and overy year thereafter suf
fieient to pay tho interest on snid bonds
and sufficient to pay fivo per cent of
tho principal thereof as provided by
law; and in tho year 1921 and each and
every year thereafter sufficient to pay
tho principal of said bonds as thoy be
como due, until sufficient tax has been
levied to pay all of tho principal of
said bonds; such tax both for interest
and principal to be levied upon nil of
tho tnxablo property of said Citv of
Those voting in favor of said proposi
tion shall mnrk their ballot with an
"X" after the paragraph beginning
with tho word "FOR" and those vot
ing against said proposition shall mark
their ballot with an "X" after tho
paragraph beginning with the word
Notice of said election shnll bo given
by tho publication of a notice in tho
North Platto Tolograph and in tho
North Plntte Tribuno, tho former being
a weekly newspaper ami the later a
semi-weekly nowspaper, both published
in the City of North Platte. Lincoln
county, Nebraska, nnd of general cir
culation in snid county of Lincoln, each
of saiil nowspnpers having been desig
nated as official papers in said city,
said publication shall be published for
at least four weeks prior to said elec
tion, and the City Clerk is hereby in
structed to cause a publication of 'such
notice to be made.
Said election will be open at 0
o'clock in tho morning limi will eou
tinue to be open until 7 o'clock in tho
afternoon of saiir day of election aud
the polling places of &nid election will
be nt tho entrauce to the old Lloyd
opera house on tho corner of Pine and
Sixth street in tho First wnrd of said
City; and nt tho County Commission
ers' room in tho County Court House
in the Second ward of said City; and nt
tho old Hose House situate 'on Vino
street between Front and Sixth streets
in the Third wnrd of said City; and at
the Hose House in the Fourth ward of
said City; said election -will bo con
ducted in manner and form as nrovidod
by tho ordinance of said City aud tho
statutes of tho Statt of Nobraska.
By order of tho City Council of tho
City of North Platto, Lincoln Countv,
Dated this 23rd day of May, 1911.
O. F. TEMPLE,
ni2Sj25-5w City Clerk.
back a few years you
in children. It trains
Drs. Quigley & Simms
First National Bank Building.
44 s 4 'i' 4A ; -A k 4, i
t GEO. 0. SENT,
t Physician and Surgeon,
5 Office over McDonald Bank, f
Phones i Office 130
1 hones J Residence 115
W ft Mr fr-ft fr fcftTHfrt-frM- S'S-ft-ftfo
Oliver P. Braugh, otherwise Oliver
P. Stokes, and Sarah Braugh, non-resident
defendants, will take notice that
action has been begun in the district
court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, by
Herman Koester, tha object and prayer
of which said action are o quiet and
confirm in tha plaintiff against tho de
fendants title in the following describ
ed lands situate in Lincoln county, Ne
braska, to-wit: The Northwest quarter
of Section 29, Township 10, Range 30,
west of the Cth P. M. To have estab
lished in plaintiff title by advorsa pos
session by reason of the open, continu
ous, notorious and adverse possession of
said described lands by the plaintiff for
more than ten years last past.
You and each of you will make ans
wer to said petition on or before the
29th day of June, 1914, or decree will
be taken against you as in said petition
HERMAN KOESTER, Plaintiff.
By E. H. Evans, his Attorney. ml9-4
Phillip Konton, will take notice, that
on the 2i)th day of April, 1914, P. H.
builivan, a Justice of Peace, of North
Platte Precint No 1, Lincoln County,
Nebraska, issued an Order of Attach
ment for the sum of 18.54 in an action
pending before him, wherein Peter
Galanes is plaintiff and Phillip Konton,
defendant, that property consisting of
money, in the hands of the Union Pacific
Railroad Company, a Corporation, has
been attached under said order.
Said cause was continued to the 29th
day ot June, 1914, at ten o'clock a. m.
Poter Galanos, Plaintiff.
North Platte, Nebr. May 18th 1914.
Notice of Sale of Land Upon Execution.
Notice Is hereby pricn that by virtue of an exe
cution Issued by Geortto E. I'rosscr. Clerk of the
District Court ef Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
n .iuilprment rendered in the District Court of Buf
falo county, Nebraska, which had been herefore
filed In the District Court of Lincoln county. Ne
braska, in faor of John W. Smith asainst M. J.
Graham, full name, Marion J. Graham, I have
levied upon the following described real estate as
tho property of said Mnrion J. Graham, to-wit:
All of Section E, In Township 1G, North of Ilanre
29, West of tho Cth P M Lincoln county. Ne
braska, and I will on the 13th day of July, 1914, nt
2 o'clock. P, M., central time of said day at the
east front door of tho court house in the city of
North Platte, in said Lincoln county, Nebraska,
sell said real estate Bubject to a mortgage of $2,000
and accrued Interest thereon, at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash to satisfy said execu
tion upon which there is due the sum of $635 with
7 percent interest from November 6th, 1913, nnd
$23.75 costs tri?ctvcr with accrued costs.
Dated nt North Platte, Nebraska, Juno 5. 1914.
A. J. SALISP.UUV,
j9-5 SheriH of Lincoln County, Nebraske.
Ttv trlrtnn nf .in ncil-.. nf .ml.. !.... 1 e ..
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska.
uiiun ii uKi oi joreciosurc renuereil In said
court wherein L. C. Severns, is plalntlir, nnd
fTMriQ Dn.mn.enn n.l 1- T !.... .
w...... ,.....ov.. ,.i, ,. i. jvusinuseun are de
fendants, nnd to me directed, I will on the Cth day
i iuiy n, in - o ciock, p. m., nt the east front
door of tho court house In North Platte, Lincoln
county, Nebraska, sell nt public auction to the
hluho8t bidder for ensh to satisfy said
decree, interest and costs, the following
described property to-wit: All of Section Nine
(9). Township Ten (10), Range Twenty-Light
(28), except One and Ono-half Acres in the North
west Quarter of tho Southeast Quarter, west of
the 0th Principal Meridan. Lincoln eounti, Neb.
Dated North Platte, Neb., Ma 29th. 1814.
J2-B A. J. SALiBHimv, Sheriff.
NOTICE roit PUBLICATION
Serial No. 04656
Department of the Interior
United States Land Oflico
North Platte, Nelirnskn. Juno, 4, 1914.
iSotk-e is hereby given that Willnrd P. rieWher.
or Dickens, Ntb.. who on January 21, 1910,
made homestead entry No. 0455b lor
SH and NWM Section 12. Township 11, N. Hanae
32. W. of Cth Principal Metldlan. has (Hod notice of
intention to mnko final three ear proof, to
establish clnlm to the land abovo described
beforo tho register ami receiver at North Platte.
Nebraska, on tho 5th day of August, 1914,
Claimant names ns witnesses Philip Hell,
C A. Anderson, Wendell MeCrum and J. 11 Pitch
nil of Dickens, Nebr.
JO-G J.E. Evans, Itegiatei
Ily lrtue of an order of salo issued from tho
dlsti let court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
n decree of foreclosure rendered in said court
wherein Hobert P. llurtictt is plalntiir nnd Samu
el A. Thomas is defendant, und to me directed I
will on tho 13th day of June, 1914,at 2 o'clock p m
nt tho east front door of tho court house in North
Platte, Lincoln county. Nebraska, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy
said decree. Interests nnd costs, the following de
scrlbed, property, to-wit: Southwest quarter
of Section Four In Township Twelve, Range
Tmrty.four west of the Sixth P. M.. Lincoln
Dated North Platte, Nebr.. May 11th, 1914
A J. SALISUUIiy. Sheriff,
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