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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1914)
Ira L. Bare, Editor and Publisher.
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Entered at North Platte, Nebraska, Post
ofllce ai Second Class Matter.
FRIDAY, JULY 21; 1914.
Independents Lose to OkiiIiiIIii.
Tho Ognlalla aggregation defeated
tho Independents at Ogalnlla Tuesday
afternoon by tho score of 3 to 1, tho
samo score as the first game Tho
gamo was lost on errors, Ogalalla not
having an earned run, P. Sandall
brought across tho ono run for North
Platto. Ho went to first on a alnglo
and was advanced to second by a
sacrifice by Duncan. A. Sandall then
came up 'and lined out a good clean
lilt, scoring P. Sandall.
Throo different times tho North
Platto boys had a chance to "tlo tho
scoro when they had a man on second
and ono on bird, but they were not
hitting and tho men wore left on tho
bases. Three orrors by Plorco, two
by Pass, ono by Rlnckcr and ono by
McCluro lot In tho scores for Ogal
alla. A chaugo in the lineup was
made and the team was strengthened
somowlmt by tho change, but somo
othor changes will bo made In tho
near future. Harold Langford waB
put In at short-stop and HalUgan was
put In tho field. Langford played a
good gamo and with a little moro cx
porlonco will mako a good man.
McCluro pitched an excellent gamo
nllowlng throo hits and striking .out
Bovon mon. marlott allowed live hits
and struck out ton men. North
Platto totaled sovon orors and Ogal
alla only throe. Bailey, a pitcher of
Grant, was umpire.
llesl Diarrhoea Remedy
If vou havo over used Chambor
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Lfiarrhooa
Remedy you know that it Is n suc
C0B8., Sam P. Ouln, Whatley, Ala.,
writes. "I had measles and got caught
out in tlio rain, and It settled in my
Btomach and bowels. I had nn awful
time, and had It not boon for Chamber
lnin's Colic, Cholroa and Diarrhoea
Remedy I could not possibly havo liv
ed but a fow hours longer, but thanks
to this remedy, I m now well and
strong." Por sale by all dealers,.
Only Tlireo Rig Clrcux'S.
Thoro aro only three of the circuses
of tho first class traveling on tho road
today. That Is, there aro only throo
circuses carrying three rings In which
tho performance Is given. These clr
cuses aro the Itanium & Ralley, Tho
Rlngllng and tho Yankoo Robinson
' circus. All of tlu'Ho shows have three
rlngs.two elevated otag03 and tho
usual hlppodrono track where tho
races aro run. Tho Robinson circus
gives Its Wild West performance In
tho hippodrome track. Tho other two
shows do not carry tho Wild West
' annex, but give a spoctular perform
ance in addition to tho circus.
Tho Sioux Palls Argus-Leadoi
speaking of tho Robinson circus,
states that the performance is on a
par with olthor tho Darnum or Rlng
llng circus nnd status emphatically
that tho present Yankee Roblnoon clr
oub will oxcoll tho Burnum show with
In a fow years.
lliiclmunii Ranch For Sale
480 noroa 1& miles west of Suther
land. 120 acres under ditch, 05 acres
in alfalfa, 20 acres In boots, 80 ncres
dry farming nbovo ditch, 5 acres or
chard and grove, 280 acres pasture,
all well foncod, good six room house,
largo barn, corn crib, granary, chick
en houso, hog shed and pasturo, sheep
shod, corrals and two good wells, and
windmills, Ono of tho best located
foedlng ranchos In Llucoln county.
Prlco $35 por aero. Would take cat
tlo In trade. Terms, one-half cash,
balance G por cont. Apply J. N. Bu-,
chnnnn, 1530 Dotrolt St., Denvor, or D.
M. Foyor, Sutherland, Nob., who will
ahow tho farm. -
Also 1G0 acres 2 miles northwest
of Sutherland, 102 acres Irrigated,
balauco pasture. Prlco $9,000.
51-0 FOYER & BUCHANAN.
For tho accommodation of patients
In and out of tho city, I havo open
ed u hospital for tho treatment of
medical, surgical and confinement
cases, This hospital will bo known
as tho "Nurso Brown Momorlal."
JOHN S. TWINEM, M. D.
Manager Mrs. Margaret Hall,
Supt. Mrs. Storllng, Graduato Nurso.
1008 West Fourth Street.
North Platto, Nebr.
Aguliiht loss by lire, hull, lightning,
tornado nnd windstorm, (Jet the best.
Rralt & Goodman write It.
Attornoy and Mrs. Albert Muldoon
leu yoatoruay morning in tiiolr enr
for Saratoga, Wyo., whero thoy will
spond throo weoks on an outing nnd
Old Wheat Flour
WE HAYi: SK(TRi:i SlT.'U'll.NT STOCK Ol' OLD WHKAT TO
HUN US UNTIL SKI'TFJIRFR, AND YOU CAN AVOID Till'. USUAL
TROUIILK WITH YOUH-RRLAR .MAKING 11Y RUYIXG OUR CP.LF.
HRATL'R PURITAN AND 01UOLI. FLOUR 3IAHK FROM OLD
WHEAT, AND EVERY SACK .GUARANTEED.
RUSH MERCANTILE CO.
Local and Personal
For SaleTwo good outbuildings.
Apply to C03 West Sixth stree. 53-2
Miss Nona Peters of Overton visited
In tho city ovor Sunday with Miss Cora
J. P. Clabaugh of this city -sold his
rosidonco proporty rocontly to Moses
C. P. Strauss of tho McDonald state
bank spent Sunday visiting hla par
ents in Lexington.
Mrs. W. II. Wintorcr of Keystono
was visiting friends in the city for a
few days this wcok.
W. II. C. Woodhurst left Tuosday
aftornoon for Horshey to look uftc
somo busings natu-rs.
Miss Jennie Mltcholl, of Lexington,
arrived Sunday and is the guest of her
aunt Mrs. M. V. Mltcholl.
il.'i per cent discount on nil Cliisollne
,-!j.:i )i:iiimii:itJtY k forrks.
T. Roberts of Mnxwoll wiib a vis
itor to tho county seat Wednesday
calling on friends and transacting bus
iness. Cmintv SUrvovor R. L. Cochran
spent sovoral days this week In tho
Sutherland vicinity looking aftor some
Tho Lady Maccabees will hold nn
Ice cream social at the I. O. O. P. hall
Saturday afternoon, July 25. Every
Arthur Tramp Is roportcd on the
sick list this wcok. Ho has been 111
for somo tlmo and was obliged to go
to bed Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Motcalfe re
turned this week to their homo In Ov
oi ton af tor a visit in tho city with Earl
Wlnslow nnd family.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Stogoman and
daughter Ella loft yostorday morning
for Iowa, wlioro thoy woro called by
tho death of a relative,
Por Rent 5 room house, bath
room, collar and pantry. C08 East
Fifth street. John Bcnkosky. Apply
C0C East Fifth street. 63-2pd
Tho MIbscb Bocck of Grand Island
arrived in tho city Wednesday evening
for a visit of soveral days at tho home
of E. T. Tramp and fnnflly.
Mrs. E-. C. Grnnnoll rotumed Tues
day from a visit of soveral weeks
with her parents and othor relatives
and friends at Big Springs.
MIsb Maymo Plzor Is expected to
arrlvo today from Grand Island
whore sho visited for Bovornl days
with relatives and friends.
Earl Sousor of Overton was In tho
city a fow days last wook visiting rel
atives nnd looking after somo mutters
of business. Mr. Sousor Is in tho hurd
waro business at Overton.
Sanford Hartman left tho first of
tho week for Sioux City whero ho will
spend soveral days visiting nnd look
ing aftor somo business affairs.
John Bratt of tho Bratt & Goodman
firm loft Tuesday evening for TSlbort
county, Colo., to look after somo lnnd
intorosta. IIo expects to return homo
P. A. Bernor of Omaha, time-lock
oxpoit was in tho city Wednesday and
called at the banks to overhaul their
timo-loeks and make any necessary
Dean J. J, Bowkor, of tho Episcopal
church, left tho first of the wcok for
Omaha wharo ho Spent sovoral flays
on church business. IIo expects to
return homo today.
$1. J. Forbes moved his family Mon
thly from his realdcnco on West Gth
Btrcot to bin new bungalow which
was recently coniplotcd at 910 Weot
Will Friend, Porry Cnrson, Henry
Wostenfoldt find Chns. Echolborry nt
touded tho ball gamo at Ogalalla Tues
day aftornoon botwoon tho North
Platto and Ogalalla teams.
Charles Hondy, Mr. and Mrs. West
fall and Mrs. Geo. N. Glbba left Wed
nesday for York, whore thoy will
mako a visit of aoveral daya with rela
tives and friends. Mrs. Glbbs will
visit her paronta, Dr. nnd Mrs. J. B.
Mia. Carrie Baylor and daughter of
Cuba, IH., arrived In tho city thla wcok
for a visit with Mrs. Baylor's brothe.rs,
M. E. and Ucuuon Scott,
M. E. Scott
wont to Omaha Wednesday to meet
them at that placo tind accompany
Passenger tralna Nos. 19 and 13
wero very Into Wednesday morning
on account of a frolght train being
wrecked east of hero and tying up tho
trafllc for sovoral hours. No. 13 was
ovor four hours lato and No. 19 ovor
Tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Row
ley, residing on a ranch west of tho
city, was brought to this city this week
to recelvo treatment for injurlea bus
talnod when ho waa kicked in tho fnco
by u horao. Ilia Injuries woro not of
a serious nature, but thoy wero never
Tho county commissioners left yos
torday morning for Sutherland and
vicinity to look over somo county
road mattora. A now road survey la
being made this week from Sutherland
to tho county lino west and somo con
troversy nroso over tho aurvoy and
the commissioners went out to settle
Mrs. Wnltor Kockon ontortaincd tho
Club Novlta at her homo Wednesday
and a pleasant afternoon was report
ed. A largo number of tho members
woro presont and tho aftornoon was
spent with kenslngton and other so
cial diversions,. At tho closo of the
afternoon nlco refreshments wero
Miss Esther Linberg of Sidney ar
rived in tho city this wook for a visit
of a fow days with Miss Marjorie Den.
Lost Tuosday ovening between the
Baptist church and oxperlment sta
tion gontlemnn's gray Bweater. Re
turn to this office. ,
Justice of tho Peace P. II. Sullivan
filed his petition recently with tho
county clerk asking that his name
be placed ont ho primary ballot as
candidate for county Judge. He had
many moro than the required number
of signers under tho now law requir
ing tho candidates for this ofllce filing
for olllcc by petition ns non-partisan.
William L. Chausseo of Sutherland
filed nn affidavit for replevin Wednes
day in tho county court agaln&t John
McNcol of that village. He alleges
that ho is the owner nnd entitled to
Immediato possession of certain des
cribed property which Is now held by
tho defendant. The proporty described
is n gas engine, a washer, a mangel,
shafting, tubs, etc.
Charles Boguo returned Wednesday
from Donver and othor points In Colo
rado whero he spent two weeks on a
trip. He attended the Elks' conven
tion at Denver and also visited othor
points. IIo loft yesterday morning for
Omaha to lopk after some Union Pa
cific buslnoss. Ho Is on the grievance
committee for the engine men.
P. L. Mooney, Ralph Alden, Ray C.
Langford, Y. A. Illnman and Dr W.
P. Crook all took their cars and droe
a picnic party out to Hall's grove
Tuesday evening. They took along
plenty of lunch and spent the even
ing on tho river bank. The early
part of the evening was spent In wad
ing and JiiBt before dark a nice sup
per was served. Whllo tho rain broke
up tho party rather early, a pleasant
time was enjoyed by all present
Attorneys Muldoon and Halllgan ar
gued a caso Wednesday morning be
foro Judgo Grimes in tho district
court in chambera rolatlve to an In
junction suit which was started in
tho district couit of Keith county nt
the last term. Tho suit is Keith county
va. John McConaughy and Is to
onjoln tho defendant and certain
othor farmers of Keith county from
taking down fences along certain
public highways. The suit is a tqsf
case and whllo It does not seem of
any great magnitude it is a case of
." per cent dNcouut on all Gasoline
.-:j.:i I)i:rryri:rry & roitiws.
The caso of Maurice J. O'Conucll vs
Thomas J. Long for the collection of a
reward ottered the first of tho year by
tho defendent was tried Tuesday In
tho county court and the Judge do-
cldcd In favor of the pluintlft. From
tho cvldenco it seems that Mr. Long
offered a reward of twenty-flvo dol
lars for tho arrest and conviction ot
any person wlio iurnisneu intoxlca
ting liquor to hjs son, Ed Long. The
son wa3 "spiked" at the saloons, but
he got liquqor through other parties
O.'Connell caused the arrest and con
victed olio Will Hunt of the crime and
alleged that when ho applied for tho
roward the defendant refused to pay It
A case was filed In tho county court
.Tuosday afternoon by Walter Fulk
and John A. Fulk against Mnblo W,
Turplo, Frank Turplo and Neal Tur-
plo. Tho caso Is for the collection of
$750 damnges with interest nnd costs
which tho plaintiffs allege to be due
them for injury to a wheat crop thoy
had sowed. They claim that a tract
of land wa3 leased by the defendants
in tho yeni' 1012 for a term of tlireo
years and that they had a sub-lease
and that In tho tsrtr of 1913, they, with
tho ndvisomont of the defendants,
sowed seventy-five aeros of fall wheat
which they wero to ralso on shares
That early In the year 1014 tho de
fendants leased tho ground to other
parties and that tho other parties
disced up tho wheat and left them with
GHIIAT BARGAINS IX CITY LOTS
Also nice homes, impnned farms
mid farm land. Small pnjmcnt down.
BRATT k GOODJIAIN.
Owing to tho popularity and great
demand for Homeopathic treatment,
and requiring nsalstanco, 1 wish to
announco to my friends, old and now,
that I havo Induced my classmate, Dr.
S. J. Richardson of Pcmborvlllo, Ohio,
to locnto In North Platto in an inde
pendent practico, and he will also
look after my work during any tem
porary absenco of myself from tho city.
tf DR. J. S. TWINEM.
a safi: ixvi:st.mi:nt
Our 7 per cent and S per cent senii
annual Interest ilrst mortgage loans
ranging In sums of fciloU.OO and up
wards. ..Nothing better nor safer for
jour Idle money. See
BRATT & GOOIWAX.
ORDEK OP IIEAKING.
Tlio State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, ss.
In tho County Court
In'tho matter of tho estate ot Jacob Meyer,
To the creditors, helr. legatees and others in
terested In the estate of Jacob Mcer,
Take notice, that Karl Urodbeck has filed in
tho county court, n report of his doings ns ad
mlntstrator of said estate, and It Is ordeied that
tho samo stand for hearing the 11th day of Aug.
A, D. 1914 before the Court at the hour of 9
ociock, a. m.. at wmen tlmo any person In
terested may apptar nnd accept to and contest
Notice of this proceeding and the hearing
thereof Is ordered ah en to all persons Interested
In said matter by publishing a copy of this order
In tho North Platto Tribune, a semi-weekly news
paper printed In s id county for three consecutive
weeks prior to said date of hearing.
Duted July 10th. 1014.
jil-3 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
Ily virtue of an order of salo Issued from the
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
a decree of foreclosure rendered in said couit
wherein Robert T. Durnett Is plaintiff and
Samuel A, Thomas, et. al are defendants, tmd
to me directed 1 will on the 22nd day of Aue, 1914,
at 2 o'clock p. m., at the east frontdoor of the
court house In North Platte. Lincoln county, Ne
braska, sell at public auction to tho blithest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree. Interest
and costs, the follossing described property
to-svlf. Southwest Quarter (SWU1 Section Fou
(41, In Township TweUe (I2, Ranuo Thirty.
Four 131), west of the 0th P.M.Lincoln county,
Dated North Platte. Neb., July 20, 1914.
J21.6 A. J. SALISUURY. Sheriff.
For Stale Senator.
I hereby announce myielf a candidate
for the nomination. for (.State Senator.
25th district, D a waon, , Lincoln and
Koith counties, pubjacl to the will of
the Republican yoterajjit tho primary
election, August 18, l'JH.
D. W. DOUTIIETT,
1 resnactfullv announce myself ns a
candidate for tho republican nomination
for representavcaMfm the legislative
district compos&d,oi Lincoln county,"
subject to the 'decision of the voters nt
tho August primary
I hereby announce my candidacy for
tho republican nomination for tho of
flco or sheriff, subject 'to tho action of
tho voters nt tho primary election on"
August 18th. A. J. SALISBURY'.
For County Clerk
I' respectfully announce myself aa a
candldato for tho republican nomina
tion for county clerk 'at tho primary
oloctton on tho 18th May of August,
1914. ' C. W. YOST.
I hereby announco myjelf ns a candi
date for the republican Wiomination for
county treasurer, subjeciJto tho decision
of the voters at the August primary.
For County Commissioner.
I heieby announco myself as a candi
date for the republican nomination for
county commissioner from tho Second
district, subject to the decision of the
voters of the primary election.
E. H. Springek. Brady, Nebr.
I respctfully announce that I am a
candldato for tho republican nomina
tion for county commissioner from tin
Second district and will appreciate the
support of the votors at tho primary
election August 18th
G. A SCHRECONGOST,
I hereby announco myself a can
dldato for nomination for Count
commissioner of Lincoln conntv
from tho Third district on tho
domocratlc ticket subject to tho pri
maries on August 18th.
D. D. WHITE
I hereby announco myself as a can
dldato for the republican nomination
for county commissioner from tho
Third district, subject to tho deciaion
of the votera at tho primary election.
D. M. LEYPOLDT.
I heteby announce myself n candidate
for the democratic nomination for the
county commissioner for the second
district, subject to the deciaion of the
voters at the primary election, and most
respectfully solicit ycur support.
J'. D. KELUHER,
I hereby announce that I have filed
for tho republican nomination for
county commissioner from tho Sec
ond District, and respectfully solicit
your support at tho primary election
For County SnperenJenL
I hereby declare myself a candidate
for the oilico of County Supterintcn-
dentTjf Lincoln county, subject to tho
win ot tlio democratic voters in the
primarien August 18th.
WILLIAM E. TOOLE,
I hereby unuouncc myself as candi
date for nomination for county super
Intondont of Lincoln county on the dem
ocratic ticket, subjoct to the August
Having been requested by my
frlonds throughout tho county to file
for county superintendent of Lincoln
county, I have flleil my application to
havo my name placed vupon the prl
mary ballot on tho democratic ticket,
and will apprcclato tho support ot tho
votera at tho prlniaryolectlon.
MILDRED A. OLSON.
I hereby announco my candidacy
for the nomination for County Sur
voyor, (second term), subject to tho
wish of tho democratic electors at
tho primaries August 18th.
It. L. COCHRAN.
I hereby announco that my name
will bo presented at tho primaries to
bo hold August IS, 1914, for nomination
for tfto olllco of County Judgo, under
tho non-pnrtlsan Judiciary law, and
havo filed tho petition required thore-
undor. If nominated and elected I am
prepared to glvo up tho practico of law
and dovote my time to tho olllce, carry
ing out tho spirit as well aa tho letter
of t'v '"V. GED. E. FRENCH.
Dop't allow your dairy cows or
horses to n,r,l from flies or mosquitos
uurinc ' it summer months. Use
Dr. Iless a Fly Chasor. For sale at
at the Rexall and Nyal drug stores, tf
The Market Season.
After the Inmost the season of
marketing life grain mid produce.
The mnrkft season makes' the sen Ice
of u bank liupcrnthc.
The Pliitte Vnllcy Stntc Hnnk it III
sene jou during the -linn est sea
son will assist j on in marketing jour,
nionej requirements or mhlsc ou In
iiinklng temporary or long time In
U'stiilents. Vou me linited to make use of the
tnrlcil nnd excellent sen Ice this bank
places nt jour disposal.
4 Per Cent Interest
II T- -. m'n , "I-VL ,"t JTUt-5I
3 Rings. 1000 People 2 Trains o Cars. 2
T'l-"!'"' ''""" ?-.,., uiij
capt, buck's 20-PERFORAUNG SEA
SHOW EVER EIUI8ITED
Rider of the World.
FRED and BESSIE
pion Lady Principal
&vfeggggnapnaapgq 1 1 1 iwsmiiiiiuiii
r fTfhiinTii nn i min ! mi i fitsifTnl
'. ) f I. Jfii i It l4yvv A it J
300-REAL CIRCUS ARTISTS-300
50-Rfe'AL FUNNY CLOWNS-60
10-ROYAL TOKIO JAPANESE-10
"CLACK DIAMOND," THE BALL-ROOM HORSE
Ross Ashcrall's High-School Corses
FAMOUS WIZARETTE WIRE FAMILY
r(wl (j Q "largest Deast thai
"Alice," The Famous Bear Girl
THE PARADE TELLS THE STORY
v " wJveoIiTfiTHm5??; EXHIBITED
tfJB&&Z'MtL. .&SS&a ROBINSON.
TuoTo feslsSij rlisilsS THE
Kg o o 6 t- rr; -7 brute
ss3lo o o o o 0 ' , ''1, THAT
..-0.iJ 1 m.tAr-S THE EARTH.
10 KEEPERS TO SMS''SS SnX 10 KEEPERS TO
GUARD HIM. ,CZjQ.irfef5l( X' GUARD HIM.
t. at - " "- sii s J
Yankee Robinson. Texas Dill Kongo, The Lsrireet Clephans on risrth, The World's Oreatest
tisrebsck Riders, Including Albert Davenport, I'red and Ueole Costello, Msrle Dasenrort, Mile.
Sweeney, Ralnh llowser. Ross Aslicratt's Illnh-School llrrses. Cspt. Duck's Sea Lions. Pauton's
Zouaves, together with JOO Circus Artists, Cowboys, Cowgirls. Cossaclts. Indians, Mexicans Dull
riichters, and the Oreatest Bunch of Ducking Droncos ever Exhibited, gj
Two Shows -Circus andoWHd Wast Fop One Admission
WILL POSITIVE!. EXHIBIT RUIN OK SHINt
Wednesday, July 29
Stability, Efficiency and Service
Ilnvo heon tlio Factor's
in tho growth of tlio
' i' 1- . TWT .
$& rirsc in aaonai panic,
XORT1I PL,ATTB, XBBRA.STCA.
, Vv .
.s K CAIJTAJv AXD SURPLUS:
' OneHundred and Fity'Thousand Dollars.
- - NEBRASKA
on time Deposits.
CANVAS EVER CONSTRUCTED
Herds of Elephants. 300 Circus Artists.
.xicnsc3. oeais tor iu,uw reopie
Rronco Rider of the
of the vsorld.
One Hundred People In a
"THE HANGING OF
TnE nORSE THIEr."
A Real. Genuine
Slout Indians. Cossacks.
Mexican Bull fighters.
Crratest Dunch of Bucking
Broncos ever exhibited.
WalksLarger than Jumbo
Finest Horses Ever Exhibited
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