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FRIDAY OCT. 2, 1914.
As a teacher In the North Platte
high school Miss Allccn Qantt, the re
publican candidate for county super
intendent, is denied the privilege of
making a campaign of the county.
However, she Is doing the best she
can by getting out Into the more pop
ulous precincts on Saturdays and
meeting ns many of the voters, as pos
sible. Having Intimately known Miss
Oantt since early childhood, woll ac
quainted with her qualifications, her
energy and her ambition, The Trib
une editor supports her candidacy
with pleasure, knowing positively that
If elected sho will 1111 tho position of
county superintendent elllclently. Mlbs
Qantt Is a graduate of tho state uni
versity, has proven a most successful
teacher in the high school of this city
and Is one who keeps abreast the
times In educational work. She Is a
tireless worker and no task Is too
great for her to undertako
Candor compels us to admit that
Governor Morehcad will bo a hard
man to defeat. Not that he has
proven a brlllant or successful gover
nor, but rather that he has proven
n good politician and has built around
him a "machine" greater than any
othev governor over possessed.
Through the several boards and com
missions, tho members of which nre
bis appointees, he has In the field
today forty or fifty traveling agents,
who are professedly making1 the
rounds on business connected with tho
boards and commissions but whoso
real object Is to beat tho bushes for
Morehcad. They are doing this on
rullroad mileage provided by the state
and tho state pays the traveling ex
penses. This small army of men are
smooth fellows and It goos without
saying that they are making votes for
KnferlaliiN Catholic Choir
Tho membors of tho choir of the
Catholic church were delightfully on
tortalned Wednesday at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trovlllo, olght
miles out In tho country. Mr. and Mrs.
Trovlllo entertained at a six o-'clock
dinner and at a barn danco In tho ev
ening. Tho party of thirty persons loft In
tho afternoon In automobiles for tho
Trovlllo farm and arrived shortly nf
tor flvo o'clock. A threo-courso dinner
was served and It was followed by
toasts. Father Patrick McDald acted
ns toasttnastor. Tho following re
sponded to toasts: Ida Ottenstoin,
Mary Tlghe, Frank McGovorn and Per
ry Carsen. A toast to tho members
of tho choir from James Koefo was
read, as Mr. Koefo was unablo to bo
prcsont. It was pronounced very
good and afforded much merrlmont.
Aftor tho toasts dancing was en
joyed until a late hour when tho com
pany returned homo with pleasant
memories of an onjoynblo ovonlng.
Snrlorlnl Surprises In
The (ilrl From Hrlfrhlon
When Princess of Uoulotto conies
to tho Keith theatro on Monday, Oe
toger 5 as tho first of tho Graces of
Musical Comedy to bo offered boro
there will bo prcsont ed for tho admir
ation of tho male theatre goers and tho
envy of tho fair sex tho most elabor
ate, fashionable and stunning display
of feminine gear over witnessed In
this city. Nearly sovon thousand dol
lars lu roproaoutcd In tho gowns and
costumes worn by tho femlnlno prin
ciples and chorlstorB In this produc
tion. MIbb Florenco Cole, the prima
donnn, nlono requires oloven hugo
wardrobe trunks to carry the forty or
more gowns from which alio selects
soveril for each performance. It Is
Indeed a great sartorial carnival that
is promised to tho pcnplo of this city.
Albort Ilaspol Is in receipt of a
letter from his father who resides in
Berlin, Gorm'any, in which tho writer
states that so far as buslnoss is con
cerned, no one would know that Ger
many Is at war. Food stufrs aro plen
tiful and tho prices aro lower than
beforo tho war. Farming operations
aro carried on as usual with tho ex
ception that boys Instead of niun nro
doing tho work. Mr. Ilnspol has two
brothers and three cousins who aro
at the front.
The first two games botwoon tho
Philadelphia Americans and the Bos
ton Nationals for the base ball cham
pionship of tho world will bp played
In Philadelphia on Octobor 9 and 10.
Tho third and fourth games will bo
played In Boston on October 12 and 13.
Tho fifth gamo will be played In I'Mla
dolphla, Octobor 11, and tho sixth In
Boston, October 15 , If moro than four
games nro necessary to decide the ser
Ono day last week 10,000 peoplo at
tended tho Buffalo county fair at
Kearnoy. This largo atendanco was
probably due to tho fact that thoro
were races connected with tho fair.
Thero has been a strong domand for
races In collection with tho Lincoln
county fair, but so long ns wo have
no permanent grounds, It Is usoloss
to talk about liorso races.
Tho locnl order of tho Knights of
Columbus will hold an entertainment
Octobor 12th In colobratlon of Colum
bus Day. A nice program of enter
tainment Is boing prepared and It will
bo announced Infer.
Charles, tho son of Mr. and Mrs.
Owon O'Nell, was oporated upon this
morning at tho Brown Memorial
A flno lot of heating stoves and
ranges at Hershoy'B, opposite tho post
olllce. E. H. Goodman loft last evening for
Sldnoy whoro ho will spond u Bhort
time on business.
Tho Degroo of Honor social will
meet with Mrs. John Jones, 103 south
Locust street, TueBday afternoon.
A son was born yesterday to Rev.
und Mrs. O. W. Wood of this city.
Jnuies Itnnwior, Carpenter,
Sustains Serious Injury.
Jnmos Browner, a carpenter em
ployed by Contractor John DIsbrow,
was seriously hurt Wednesday after
noon about 4:30 when a porch which
ho was helping repair at the T. M.
Cobagen homo fell on htm. Both legs
were broken nnd his face was badly
bruised. Ho also received some other
bruises nnd perhaps some other In
Browner nnd tho others of the car
penter gang were repairing tho porch
and Browner wns engaged In raising
tho front of the porch with a screw
Jack. In some way tho Jack slipped
when ho had raised tho porch some
dlstanco und Jet It fall. Tho rafters
struck tho yo'ung man on the top of
the bead knocking him over forward
and pinning him beneath tho debris.
Ills faco was crushed down ngalnst
tho Jack and tho cornice of the porch
struck him ncross tho thighs. A large
nail was run through his right cnlf.
Tho othor men lifted the debris and
ho was taken to tho P. & S. hospital
whoro ho Is under the care of Dr. F.
J. Wurtelo. Ills nose wns smashed
and his upper Jaw bono broken on tho
right side of his face. His chest and
nbdomenwero nlso badly bruised up.
The bono in tho lower third of his
right thigh wns broken and his left
thigh was broken about the middle.
Tho doctor wns four hours yesterday
morning dressing tho wounds and
when he completed tho tnsk the
young man wns swathed In bandnges
from head to foot.
Browner Is a young man of about
nineteen years of ago and Is a finely
built man. Ho regained consciousness
during tho night nnd was able to talk
yesterday morning. His Injuries are
of such nature that tho exact extent
of them cannot be ascertained. Ho will
bo confined to tho hospital for some
i:iks nre Sen 1 with Fine Supper.
Tho sixty-four Elks who partici
pated In tho billiard tournament were
served with an exceptionally flno sup
per Tuesday evening under tho direc
tion of Stownrd Smith. The appetites
had been whetted for the occasion, ev
ery dish was greatly relished, and tho
amount of food consumed by tho hun
gry Elks wns almost appalling. How
over, Mr. Smith having catered to the
bunch on several occasions,, nindo his
measures bountiful and theisupply o
good things wns more than adequate.
Steward Smith announced that If
those present so desired a tourna
ment woul bo held each month during
the fall and winter, and the applause
tho statoment received evidenced that
It was favored.
Clyde Frlsto, captain of the defeat
ed team, made a speech In which ho
did not concedo superior skill to tho
winners, as thoy had only won by a
paltry six blllards, and was confident
that in another contest tho losers of
tho Inst tornament would bo winners
In tho next. Tho losers challenged
tho winners for another tournament
nnd tho challenge was promptly ac
Rev. Fr . McDald In well chosen
words, and in behalf of tho assembled
Elks, extended thanks to Steward
Smith for the excellent meal, for tho
Interest ho takes In providing enter
tainment for tho members, nnd for his
Sale on South Bond Malleable
Ranges Commences .Holiday, OCT .",
and continues until OCTORKR 11th.
Now Is tho time to get tho Best Rango
on Earth and $12 worth of Aluminum
ware free with each Range during
DERRYBERRY & FORBES.
II. V. Conlos Dies at Sutherland.
H. F. Contes, for many years a
resident of this county, putted away
last evening at his homo In Suther
land. Dropsy was the cause of his
death and he bad been a sufforer from
that dlseaso for some tiino. Mr.Contes
wan a prominent Odd Fellow In this
county and is woll known to many. Ho
was past seventy years of ago at tho
tlmo of his death. Ho leaves four sons
and ono daughter. Tho sons nro
Frank, Elmer nnd Adnoy, of tho Suth
erland vicinity and J. D. who lives In
Indiana. Tho daughter Is Mrs. Frank
Cokor. Tho funeral will bo hold to
Football at :i::il).
Tho Initial football gamo of tho sea
son on tho locnl grounds will bo played
this afternoon at 3;30 bctweefi the
Curtis Aggies and tho locnl eleven.
Tho gnnio gives promiso of a good
one and will undoubtedly draw u good
Tho probable lineup Is ns follows:
Stlinrt COlltor. ("Jri'iiir rir. TTnrwl n,nl
Jones rt, Thompson re, Boal and Miller
iK. vernon u, iiuruo le, rool ql), Lou
don lb, Hoxlo rh, Kelly fh; Buskins
and Halllgan olllclals. All of tho sec
ond team Is avallablo for subs.
f. j. imi:nfr & co.
Real Kstule and Insurance
Como und boo us for town lots In
different parts of tho city. Good ln-
salo and rent. Wo havo also good bar
gains In farms and ranches.
Cor. Front nnd Dowcy Sts., upstairs.
Tho regular Horvicos next Sunday.
Morning worship nt 10:30; ovonlng nt
7:30; Sunday school at 12 o'clock, in.
Intercession will bo made at each
sorvieo for "healing pence and restored
miiuuni among men nnd nations."
May tho christian peolo comply wltlj
President Wilson's request that "all
God fearing porsons repair on that
day to their placos of worship thoro
to unite their petitions to Almighty
(od. The day will full of its object
It tho prayer Is nil left to tho pns
tors or to a few of the church peoplo
It Is meant, too. for us to all "of ono
accord" In our soveral places of wor
ship, nnd that to pray. May tho eam
ost petitions that will ascond from all
over this great land of ours rench the
throne and prevail for peaco on earth
to tho ond.
Why not Publish It ?
When you want a fact to heconio
gonorally known, the right way Is to
publish It. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru,
Intl., was troubled with belching sour
stomach nnd frcquont hendnches. Sho
writes, "I feel It 1b my duty to toll
othors what Chamberlain's Tablets
hayo dono for me. Thoy havo helped
digestion nnd regulated my bowols.
Slnco using them I hnvo boon entlroly
well." For salo by all dealers.
A DAILY FOR A DOLLAR
From Now Until April 1, 1915, Giving You
All the War News
Fresh from the scat of trouhle, through the big press associat
ions and special service.
Affairs are independently treated as the paper is not tied up
with any interests. ,
will he fully reported in the interests of the taxpayers of
Nebraska. Markets, special articles and a vigorous policy
make this the paper you should read.
Lowest Priced Daily
in the state. Try it at this cut price. Paper will stop when
time is up, Send your order to
LINCOLN DAILY NEWS
Buchanan & Patterson's Bargain List.
Nice G room cottage, corner lot, shade trees, toilet in house,
connected with sewer, city water, electric lights, pice porches, on
West 7th street, five blocks from new round house. Price $2,250
Good G room cottage, with bath, toilet, electric lights, city
water, 920 West 6th street, a bargain at $2,500.00.
Good new 12 room frame dwelling on North Side, well lo
cated for boarding or rooming house, modern except heat. Worth
$5000.00, our price $3500.00 easy terms.
Fine 8 room cottage with basement, electric lights, city water,
toilet, bath and heat. Convenient to new round house. Price
$3700.00. Terms easy.
The handsome modern two story dwelling 1110 West Fourth
street. Price $4600.00. Easy terms.
If you are in the market for a home let us show you our list!
We can save you money and loan you money to buy with.
Buchanan & Patterson,
Rooms 3 and 4 New B. & L. Building.
THAT ARE QUITE SPICY
Give the cook good spices and you'll notice the difference in tho eating.
Our spices are full strength and have the proper amount of "spiciness"
to give your cooking zest and piquancy.
Allspice Cinnamon Block Peppor Ginger
Cloves Nutmeg Cayenne Pepper Mace
Everyone clean, perfect and pure. In pound, half pound and quarter
pound packages. Why pay moro for "near spices" when you can get
spices that are quite spicy at prices that are right.
Sell your Cattle and Hogs to
Julius Plogensen, No. Platte.
Hgihest cash, prices paid. Office
open day and night in North SirV.
Barn. First class horse and o"o
livery in connection.
Phone No. 29.
The North Side
Feed Barn has forale
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS.
Bran, Shorts, Baled Alfalfa,
Hay, Good Seed Potatoes.
Goods promptly delivered.
Our terms are cash.
TELEPHONE No. 20
Order of Hearing on Final Settlement
Thn Stato of Nebraska, Lincoln Coun
In tho County Court:
In tho Matter of tho Estnto or Mary
K. Slutts, Deceased.
To tho Creditors. Heirs, Legatees
and Othors Interested In tlvo Estato of
Mary E. Slutts.
Tako notico, that John W. Slutts
has 11 led In tho County Court, a ro
port of his doings ns Executor of snld
estato, and It Is ordered that tho same
stand for hcnrlng tho 20th dny of
October, A. D., 1914 before tho Court
at tho hour of 9 o'clock A. M., nt
which tlmo any person Interested may
appear and oxcept to nnd contest the
Notico of this proceeding nnd tho
hearing thoreof Is ordored given to all
porsons Interested In said muttor
by publishing a copy of this ordor in
Tho North Platto Tribune, a semi
weekly nowspapor printed in said
county, for thrcp conccutlvo weeks
prior to snld dato of hearing.
Dated Sept. 22, 1914.
s29-3w JOHN GRANT,
Plenty of Money to Loan
on Farms and Ranches.
Rates and Terms Rasona
ble. Buchanan & Patterson.
COL. DAVE LOVE
Experience with sales of all kinds.
Dates made with any bank in Lincoln County.
In the County Court of Lincoln Coun
ty, Nebraska, Sept. 22 1914.
In tho Matter of tho Estato of Beatrice
E. Gllfoyl, Deceased.
Notico Is hereby given, that the cred
itors of said deceased will meet the
Executor of said Estate, beforo tho
County Judgo of Lincoln, County, Ne
braska, at tho County Court Room,
In said County, on tho 27th day of
Octobor, 1914, and on tho 27th day of
April 1915, at 9 A. M. each day, for
tho purposo of presontlifg their claims
for examination adjustment and al
lowance. Six months aro allowed for
creditors to present thoir claims, and
ono year for tho Executor to settlo
said estate, from tho 22nd day of
Soptombor. 1911. A copy of this order
to bo published In tho North Platto
Tribune, a legal seml-wcokly news
paper published in said county for
four successive weeks prior to said
s29-4w County Judge.
Notici: run ruin. lo.v'i ion.
.Serial No. 0B20S.
Department of the Interior
United Htntes Land OIllco
North Intt, Nebraska, Kept 21. 19H.
Notico 1h lioreby Klvon that Klmer
DaKKett, of North Platte, Nobraslta.
who. on July 28, 11)11. made Homestead
Entry No. 05208, for Ku of NUtt. Sec
tion 10, Township 12 N. HaiiKo a0 ,
6th Principal Merldlnn haH Iliad notico
of intention to mnko final throo year
Proof, to ostublUh claim to tho laud
aliovo described, beforo tho Hoclstor
nnd Hecelvor. nt North Platto, Nobrns
Hal on the 17th dny of November. 19H
'Claimant nome a.i wltnesHes: Arthu
CQer, I.ouls (Irulka, Joseph Hhaw, Wll
Cojllns, all of North I'latte, NobrnBka.
sp-C J. K. UVANS, HoglBter.
1008 West Fourth St.
ants. ar. hall,
MISS LULU 3EAXWELL,
joiix s. twinem,
Physician and Surgeon
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Gynecology
Obstetrics and Children's Diseases.
Olllcc McDonald State Bank Building.
Corner Sixth nnd Dewey Streets.
Phones, Olllce 183, Residence 283
Dfy. ulield Infield,
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILLIS J. ItEDFIELD. Surgeon.
JOG II. REDFIELD, Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
". Hospital . .
Office phono 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DR'OST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
Physician and Surgeon
Specialty Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
New Office in McCabe Building,
DEIIRYIIEIUIY & FOHUES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day Phone 234.
Night Phone Black 588.
HIDES, EUKS AKD JUSK
Paying Top Price for Hides
BOXES $7.00 to $8.00 PER TON
of nil kinds
SO. PLATTE JUJfK HOUSE.
Bought and highest market
Residence Red 636 Office 459
C. H. WALTERS.
WILL BE AT THE
Saturday, October 3, 14
ONE DAY ONLY
Hours 9 A. M. lo 6 P. M.
Remarkable Success of these Talented
Physicians in tho Treatment
Offer Their Services Free of
The United Doctors, licensed by the
state of Nebraska, for the treatment
of deformities ond all nervous and
chronic diseases of men, women and
children offer to all who can call on
this visit, consultation, examination
and advico free, making no charge
whatever except tho actual cost of
treatment for the purpose of of prov
ing that they have at last discovered a
system and method of treatments
that are reasonably sure and certain
In their results.
These doctors are among America's
leading stomach and nervo specialists,
and aro exports in tho treatment of
chronic diseases of tho blood, liver,
stomach, Intestines, skin, nerves heart,
spleon, kidneys or bladder, rheuma
tism, sciatica, diabetes, bed-wetting,
tapo worm, leg ulcers, weak lungs, and
those aillicted with long standing, do?p
seated chronic diseases, that havo
baflled tho skill of other physicans,
should not fall to call. Deafness has
often been cured In sixty days.
According to thoir system no more
operation for appendicitis, gall stones,
tumors, goiter, piles, etc. By their
method theso cases unto;.. plicated aro
treated without operation or hypo
dermic Injection. Thoy were among the
first in America to cam tho namo of
"Woodless Surgeons", by doing away
with the knife, with blood nnd with
pain in tho successful treatment of
theso dnngerous diseases.
If you havo kidney or blndder trou
bles bring a two ounce bottle of your
urlno for chemical analysis and micro
Worn-out nnd run-down nv?h or
women, no matter what your ailment
may be, no matter what you havo been
told, or tho experience you halo had
with other physicans, settlo It forever
In your mind. If your cnao Is lncur
ablo they will tell you so. Consult
them upon this visit. ,It costs you
Romember this free offer Is for
this visit only.
Married ladles must como with their
husbands nnd minors with their
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given to Surgery
Office: Building and Loan Building.
Elmer E. Itnmford and Suslo 11. Jlnni
ford Will Take Notice:
That on tho 19th day of August, 1914
Loulo E. Sherwood, plaintiff herein,
filed his petition in the District Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska, against
said defendants, Elmer E. Bamford
and Suslo B. Bamford, tho object and
prayer of which are to foreclose a cer
tain mortgage executed by S. E. Bam
ford and Anna Bamford his wife, and
Elmer E. Bamford and Suslo B. Bam
ford, his wife, to tho plaintiff herein,
upon the following described prem
ises: All of Section eleven (11) in
township twelve (12) north of range
thirty-four (34) west of tho sixth
(Gth) P. M. also the south one-half
oft he norteast quarter (S& of tho N.
E. M) and lots numbered ono (1) and
two (2) and tho southeast quarter
(S. E. 4 ) of section two, (2) same
township and range also, tho south
half of the southwest quarter (S& of
tho S. W. 14) and all of tho southeast'
quarter (S. E. Ya.) and tho Bouth half
of the northeast quarter (SV6 of the
N. E. 14) of section fourteen (14)
township twelve (12) North of Range
thirty-four (34) west of the sixth P.
M.; to secure the payment of a cer
tain promissory note dated June 24,
1907 due and payable In ten years af
That by the terms of said mortgage
If the makers thereof, or anyone for
them failed to pay tho interest when
tho same became due, the plaintiff
herein cduid elect and declare the
whole sum duo and payable and that
thero Is now due upon said note and
mortgage the sum of $7,000.00, togeth
er with Interest at tho rate of six per
cent from June 24, 1913, for which
sum with Interest from said date,
plaintiff prays for a decree that de
fendants be required to pay the same
and in default thereof that said prem
ises may be sold to satisfy the amount
You and each of you are required
to answer said petition on or before
Monday, the 26th day of October,
Dated this 12th day of September,
LOUIE E. SHERWOOD,
By MULDOON & GIBBS,
sl5-4w His Attorneys.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
from tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered la said Court
wherein Mutual Building & Loan Asso
ciation, a Corporation is plaintiff, and
Corda V. O'Brien, et al., are defend
ants, and to me directed, I will on the
3rd day of October, 1914, at 2:00 o'clock
P. M., at the east front door of the
Court House In North Platte, Lincoln
County, Nebraska, sell at Public Auc
tion to tho highest bidder for cash, to
satisfy' said decree, interest and costs,
the following described property, to
wit Lot Six (G), Block One hundred fifty-one
(151), Orglnal Town of North
Dated North Platte, Nebraska, Aug
ust 31st, 1914.
A. J. SALISBURY,
To Sarah Calhoun, Harrison Gay
lord, Julia Gaylord and George Gay
lord, her husband; Carrie Drlstol and
George Drlstol, her husband; Jennie
Lewis and Elmer Lewis, her husband;
Kate Clinker and Lue Cliuker, her hus
band; Gertrude Clinker and John
Clinker, her husband; Charles Gaylord
and Jennlo Gaylord, his wife; Augus
tus Gaylord and Myrtle Gaylord, his
wife; Edward Gaylord and Mary Gav
lord, his wife, non-resident defend
You are hereby notified that James
A. Shaw as plaintiff has filed his cer
tain petition In th.o District Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska, against you,
impleaded with Anna Shaw and Thom
as B. Shaw, an incompetent, McDon
ald State Bank, of North Platte, Ne
braska, a corporation, nnd School Dis
trict No. 5 of Lincoln County, Nebras
ka, a corporation, the object and pray
er of which said petition aro to con
firm tli" shares and Interests of the
plaintiff and defendants in tho follow
ing described land situate In Lincoln
County, Nebraska, to-wit: Southwest
Quarter of Section Eight (S). Town
ship Fourteen (14), North of Range
Thirty (30), West of tho 0 th P. M. as
set forth In said petition and for a
partition of said described premises
or for the sale thoreof if said partition
connot be Justly and equitnbly made
among the different owners thereof.
You and each of you will make ans
wer to said petition on or h-jforo the
21st day of November, 1914, or default
will be taken nnd Judgment entered
as In said petition prayed.
JAMES A SHAW, Plaintiff.
By E. H. EVANS, His Attorney.
Dated at North Platto, Sept. 21, 1914
Notice of Snle.
In the matter of the estato of John
Notico is hereby given, that In pur
suance of an order of L. M. Pemberton,
Judgo of the District Court of Gage
County, Nebraska, mado on the 27th
day of July, 1914, for tho salo of real
estate, hereinafter described, thero
will bo sold at tho front door of tho
court house, In North Platto, Nebraska,
on th3 10th day of October, 1914, at
nlno o'clock In the forenoon, at public
vendue, to the highest bidder for cash,
tho following described real estate
, Tho undivided two twenty-firsts of
tho north, half of tho northeast quarter
and tho east half of tho northwest
quarter of section thirty (30j in town
ship nlno (9) rango twenty-seven (27)
In Lincoln County, Nebraska
Said salo will remain open one hour.
Pated this 19th day of September,
HARRY B. ANDREWS,
Uuardian of Kenneth Burch and Ramo-
na Burch, Minors.
E. N. KAUFMAN and
MULDOON & GIBBS,
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