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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1914)
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1MMVS IX 1IEEP WATEH.t
Accident Happened Wednesday Aboe
the Now Sutherland Hrldgc H).
.standcrs are Powerless to Aid.
Be in the Fashion
Wear a Bracelet Watch
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CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Editor Eames, of the Maxwell Tele
post, was a business visitor to the
county seat Wednesday.
Mrs. Wade of Stapleton was visit
ing in the city for a few dey3 this week
with her sister, Mrs. C. It. Morey.
Attorney Johnson, of Julesburg ar
rived in the city Wednesday for a vis
it with Attorney James T. Keefe.
Dert M. Reynolds was visiting in
Stapleton and Cozad Wednesday look
ing after some business affairs.
Attorneys J. J. Halligan and W. V.
Hoagland left yesterday morning for
Chappell to attend the session of dis-,
All Yeomen children under fourteen
wishinc to take nart in the Yeomen
children's day program phone Mrs. J
Geo. Tarrard or Mrs. Philip Evans.
Dick Shinklo and Jake Koch of the
Hershey section returned Wednesday
from South Omaha, where they mar
keted cattle. They found the market
weak and unsatisfactory.
C. H- Walter and Xeale Turpie
took shipments of cattle to South
Omaha this week and found the offers
so low that they remained several
days trying to find outsido purchasers.
Mrs. John Deal, of Ogalalla, was
Visiting .friends in the city Tuesday.
She came this far with "herO sister-in-law
who was returning home and
stopped off here for a visit. .
The Red Ribbon dancing club held
a social dance Tuesday evening at the
K. P. hall. A good crowd attended
and a nice time wns reported. Music
was furnished by VanDoran and
William Brown, who won the Over
land automobile in the recent con
test put on by the Grand Island Inde
pendent, drove up from there this
week for a visit with J. G. Leonard
and family of this city.
THE CHALLENGE OF CHECKS.
In guarding your financial interests, Platte
Valley State Bank checks challenge errors,
thefts, disputed payments, and other foes that
would stealthily approach you .
With a check-book as your body-guard, and
your money strongly safe-guarded in this
Bank, you can go about your business with sure
knowledge of protection. Better start your
checking account this week.
Platte Valley State Bank,
"Home of Checking Accounts"
North Platte - - Nebraska.
They are much in style for
both, men and women.
On the continent everyone
They are convenient, stylish
We invite your inspection o
our display of movements in
gold filled (20 year), sterling sil
ver and nickel plain or en
Judge H. M. Grimes left Wednes
day for Ogalalla to look after some
H. G. Knowles, pastor of the Chris
tian church, is riding around in n
new 1915 model Ford which he pur
chased this week.
S. R. Derryberry returned Wednes
day morning from Tryon where he
drove in a car and he announces that
the roads are in excellent condition.
H. I. Block, of the Block Ladies'
Outfitting store, returned yesterday
morning from Omaha and other east
ern points where ho spent several days
on business for the store.
"Bob" Waldo, a former time-keeper
in the district foreman's office but of
late years holding a similar position
in-Cheyenne, .was in town Wednesday
visiting friends. He had been cast
spending his vacation.
Mis3 Ethel Donegan returned this
week from Denver where she had been
confined to a sanitarium for several
months. She spent about eight months
taking treatment in that city and her
condition is reported much improved
Mrs. Y. A. Hinman left this morning
for L0s Angeles where she will spend
a month with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Grusen. She was called
there by the serious illness of her
father. Mr. and Mrs. Crusen former
lived in this city.
Mrs. W. II. McDonald returned
Tuesday from a month's visit in tlio
east. She accompanied Miss Janet
ti' Paughkeepsje, where the lattek"
entered Vassar college, and enrouto
home visits were made with relatives
and friends in New York state and
Dr. D. T. Qulgiey, of this city left
yesterday for Omaha where he will
be located from now on. He will have
an ofllce on the seventh floor of the
City National bank building and will
not do a general'practico. He will now
confine his work- to surgery and ra
dium treatment. Mrs. Quigley and Bar
lett will not go until tomorrow. They
remained over that Barlett might fin
ish this week in the schools here.
Money to loan on improved farm
lands at eight per cent, no commission
to pay. Address D. 18, Tribune of
Slska Koatkutsa, a Japanese farm
hand who has been employed for some
time on the Plzer ranch in the Suther
land vicinity, was drowned Wednes
day afternoon while attempting to
cross the Platte river a short dis
tance above the new bridge at Suth
erland. The horse which he was rid
ing floundered when they struck deep
water nndt hrew the man into the wat
er. Konkutsa and a number of other
men were driving cattle across the
river and ho had fallen behind the
rest. He attempted to cross In an
other place where the water Is turned
under the new bridge nnd struck a
swift current which ranged from
twelve to fifteen feet In depth. Tho
horse became frightened and as near
as can be told reared and fell back
wards. The man sustained a brulso
on his face and it is thought that the
horse struck him and dazed him so
that he was unable to get out.
The man stayed with the horse for
some time but finally the horso went
down and came up without tho man
and swam ashore. John Ritner, coun
ty bridge inspector, wns tho only eye
witness to tho accident and he wns
so far away that he could not get to
the man. The current is so swift that
diving for the lost man was impossible
and the men had to wait until tho body
washed down stream and out on the
Ho was in the water less than twen
ty minutes, but when ho was taken out
ho was dead. W. R. Maloney, county
coroner, was in that vicinity and he
Was called at once ns was also n doc
tor from Sutherland, but when they
nrrivcU the doctor pronounced tho
Koatkutsa was twenty-nine years
old and leaves no family in this coun
try. He was unmarried. The funernl
will ho held this afternoon.
Odd Follows Hinc Itig Time
A number of members of the local
r. 0. O. F. lodge went to Tryon Tues
day where they instituted a "new lodge
Tuesday evening. They report a Jolly
good time, and state that tho Tryon
people entertained them in a com
Tho men arrived in Tryon about six
o'clock in the evening and went to tho
hotel where their supper was served
them free of charge. They then went
to tho hall and took twenty-nine mem
bers into tho order. The work start
ed at eight o'clock in tho evening and
was finished at five o'clock tho fol
lowing morning. All the caitdidatcs
were given the four degrees of work
and in addition the oiilcers were in
stalled. Int ho down stairs of tho building
where the work was put on tho Tryon
people had a big table loaded with
tempting viands of all descriptions. It
was open to all tho men for all night
and two largo washboilers filled with
cofiee were kept going all night over
gasoline stoves. Tho men were given
breakfast at the hotel in tho morn
ing nnd left Tryon about six o'clock
for this city.
Ghj Snonr ltujs Stock in Shir.
Negotiations were completed Wed
nesday whereby J. Guy Swope pur
chased that part of the stock
in tho Star Clothing House which was
formerly owned by Harry Pritchard,
a former resident of this city, now
located at Grnnt'sf Pass, Ore. Mr
Swope is now a full member of the
Mr. Swope came to this city ton
years ago nnd went to work in Tho
Star and lias made good. His experi
ence and ability in this line of business
qualifies him for a successful career.
Mr. Vanderhoof has had charge of the
store for some time and will continue
to hold his place In the management.
The transaction was made to take ef
fect under the new management yes
All Real Home Bargains
Must be Sold Within Next
$1,200.00 East 2nd street, only five
blocks east main street. Cor
nor lot GGxl32 feet. NMco trees.
Four room house and barn.
$1,200.00 Corner of 12th nnd Willow
streets. Corner lot C0xl32 feet
Good four room house and
outbuildings. Fruit trees etc.
$1,400.00 Corner lot in Cody's Addi
tion. New Ave room house, 2G
x28 on ground. Good cement
cellar, one of as nice a little
homes as there is in tho ad
dition. $500.00 will handle the
$1500.00 West 9th street. Five room
brick in fair condition. Only
V blocks west of Locust
street and just across from
Lincoln school. Full fiG.132
foot lot. Sewer in and paid
for. Nice trees. Easy terms.
$2200.00 300 E. 10th street. Two full
lots, with Ave room house,
house in excellent condition.
Good barn. Nice trees, both
shado and fruit. Good cement
collar. Wash houso and good
chicken houso and yards.
Sower in. and connected to
houso. Easy terms.
$1GOO.OO G13 E. 3rd street. Full GG ft
lot. Five room houso. House
in good condition. Ideal loca
tion. $2000.00 New flvo room houso on
W. 4th street Just one block
west of old Cody property.
Full basement under entire
house, bath room and wired
for electric lights Easy terms.
$2500.00 East Fourth street property.
8 blocks cast of Dewey St.
Now G room houso, modern
except heat, Easy terms.
I also havo some choice residence
lots on west 3rd street, as well as In
other parts of the city.
We - will offer Saturday
about seventy-five skirls, mostly in $10 and $12 val
ues, to close out the styles, at $2.98. Come early
and get your choice.
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"We are Only Weeping Widows," Song Hit in "Princess Roulette1' at the Keith Thea
tre, Monday Evening, October 5th.
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.11 rs. J lurry HnlliiiKMiorUi
Dies at Home in llershc.
Mrs Harry Ilollingsworth, for thir
ty years a resident of this county died
Tuesday afternoon shortly alter one
o'clock at her homo in Hershey. She
was formerly a resident of this city
and is well known to many here. She
was forty years old at the time of
her death which was duo to nn illness
from which she had suffered for sev
Mrs. HolliiiKswortli was formerly
Miss Jeitrey Wnro and she came to
this county when she was hut tin
vara of iirp. Slio was married here
to Harry HolliiiKsworth, who is a
(aipenter in Horshey, nnd she leaves
In hides licr liu.-iliand and her man
mends a little daughter six years
of age. Several years ago 3lie wau
ill and on September lfi, 11)11! she was'
luken to Omaha whero slio underwent
a serious operation. She was in indif
ferent health until about four months
ago when slio was taken bad again
The funeral was held Wednesday
iiiternoon from the home In Hershey
and a millibar from this c'tjl at
tended. Miss Ann O'llare is reported (iilte
ill .and it is feared that she Is taking
down with typhoid.
What Would You Hot
There are many times when one man
questions another's actions and mo
tives. Men act dllterently under dif
ferent clrcuinstnnees. The question Is,
what would you do now If you had a
severe cold? Could you do better than
to take Cliamborlaln'B Cough Remedy?
It Is highly recommended by people
who havo used It for years and know
Its value. Mrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru,
I Ind., says, "Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedy is worth Its weight In gold
anil I take pleasure In recommending
It " For sale by all dealers
Mrs. Dan Dons left Tuesday evening
fc her homo in Huntsvillo, Utah, af
ter a month'n visit In the city with
her parent 3, Mr. and Mrs. William
Heyse, and other relatives and friends.
Mrs. Henry Jioal, of Broken How,
spent a few days in tho city this
week visiting at tho Hubbard home.
She was enrouto to her home alter a
visit with relatives In Ogalalla
El Has mmltSip jsUs
IS 2fag&bt FlSSIf giTiTlB
H This is the Motor Thnt Will Do the Work of Several
A few inexpensive attachments of the simplest nature
make it a sewing machine motor, a bulling motor, a grind
ing motor, a flexible shaft bulling motor, an exhaust or
ventilating fan motor. All attachments are standard and
may be purcliased singly at any time. A good little motor
to stimulate the heating system in severe weather. Re
member this, you will have occasion to think of it later.
North Platte Electric Co.
('. It. MOHEY, Manager.
friction and j $
wear with ; ft
standard oil M m
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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Toned up Whole Sjstem.
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done
,w ro or mo than I ever dared hope
ior." writes Mrs. .Esther May Gakpr,
Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several
bottles of 'these tablets a few months
ago. They not only cured me of bili
ous attacks, sick headaches and that
tired feeling, but toned up my entire
system." For sale by all dealers.
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C. F. Temple.
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