The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, June 18, 1915, Image 8
Semi-Weekly Tribune IKA L. HAKE, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ono Year by Jlnil In Adrnnce....$1.25 One Year by Carrier In AdTnnce..81J0 Entered at North l'latte, Nebraska, Postofllco as Second Class Matter. nil day, .nr.i: ihiii, iir. Jlukos Report on Drainage. At tho session of tlie city council Tuesday ovoning, city Lnginoor aic Nainara made a report on drainage For taking care of the water which conies from the west, Engineer Mc Namara recommends that the drain age ditch on the south side of the track wont of tho city bo cleaned and used as a waterwny that will dlschRrgo Into tlio Surbtirbau ditch. However, in order to take care of this wator the Irrigation ditch would need be en larged for a distance of about four and one-half miles, This work would cost tho city about $2,000. On tho north side of the track lie rccommonds that a road ditch load lng from the railroad north to the Plntlo Valley Irrigation ditch bo cleaned and onlargod and used to carry tho wator Into the Irrigation ditch, This later ditch would need bo onlargod for a dtstunce of two miles, and tho work north of tho track would cost about $000. lie also makes pro vision to take caro of other surplus wator north of the track by a ditch through the Blrgo and Dllllon lands. In tho city tho streets running east and west should bo made to drain the city. Afternoon Wedding. A pretty and impressive wedding was solemnized at tho church of Our Savior at 4 o'clock Wednesday aftor noon when Miss Hazel Smith became tho brldo of Chester William Doram. Dean Bowkor performed the ceremony and Mrs. Bowkor played tho wedding march. Tho brldo was attired In a dainty gown of white embroidery and carled a largo boquet of whlto flowers. Her veil was hold In place by a wreath of small flowers. Sho was given away by her grandfather G. II. Smith. Miss Esther Schwalger acted as maid of honor. Sho woro a yellow messallno gown under a gold laco drapo and carried white carnations .Clarcnco Day stood witli tlio groom, After tho cere mony a number of friends and rolatlves attonded the reception and dinner given nt tho homo of tho groom'a par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Doram which had been tastefully decorated with yollow and whlto (lowers and ribbons. Mr. and Mrs. Doram .loft at six o'clock for eastern points. Tho wed ding gifts were numerous and beauti ful. Mr. nnd Mrs. Doram will reside In tho cozy new homo on cn3t Fourth Btroot whlcli the groom has In rendl noss. Both- young pcoplo have a host of friends who wish them every happi ness. Library Hoard Makes Report. Tho library-board, or rather the sec retary, Miss Annie Kramph, made a re port for the past year to tho city council Tuesday evening. Tho ro cclpts for lust year were $1,079,13', nnd tho expenses $1,147.73, leaving a bal ance of $531.40. The., library has at present 3,227 volumes, 201 volumes having been added during the pust year, and fourteen destroyed or lost. The borrowers number 2,484, a gain of (135 during tho past year. Chas. McDonald, Dr. N. McCabo and E. T, Tramp, whoso term as momborB of the library board had expired, woro re-appolnted by tho council. Lutheran Anoiinceiuents. Sunday school In tho morning nt i first of this week Morning Worship at 11 o'clock. Ser mon subject, "Causo and Effect of Controversy." Evening worship at 8 o'clock. An address by Itov. Alfred Oilman on "Ex porienco In China." This address will no doubt bo full of Information nnd Interest to all. Trombono solo by Arthur Tramp and othor special music by tho choir. A special congregational meeting on Monday evening at 8 o'clock at tho church for tho purposo of considering Bomo Important matters relative to tho now church building. Evory member and friend of this church Is earnestly urged to bo present. v Prnlrlc Dog Poison. (Formula used by tho federal cx- crptrts In Wyoming and copied from tho Dally Drovers Journal Stockman.) Here Is tho formula used by the gov ernment experts in killing prairie dogs, resulting In tho extermination of as high as 00 per cent of tho animals from the first spreading of tho poison nnd practically wiping out lnrge towns with the second spreading: Thirteen quarts oats, 1 ounce strych nlno, 1 ounce baking soda, 2 table spoons gloss starch, 1 tablespoon corn syrup, 1-8 ounce saccharine, 1, pint water. Dissolve strychnine In water and bring to boll. Dissolve starch In sniftll amount of wator BOjiarato from strychnine. Dlssolvo soda In smnll amount of water soparatoly. After strychnine bolls, add starch until cooked. Take from fire; add 'soda slowly; then add syrup ami saccharine. 1'our mixture over ontg and stir thoroughly. Lfcrge dog towns In this vlcllnlty have beon completely wiped out with this poison, which costs about G cents an acre. A visit to one of the large dog towns near here a fow days after tho poison had boon put out, discovered but ono lone prairie dog, whore ordl-f narlly ilfty could bo soon nt any time of day. Tho success attending tho op- i rations of tho government parties hero has Induced many private In dividuals to tako up tho work of clear-' lng their own land. j Hall In Hull and Buffalo. A Grand Island telegram to tho Bee dated Juno 15th says; Several largo sections of Hall county woro last even ing visited by a terrific hall storm. In tho extreme western part of tho county! a strip soven miles wldo was sovcroly, polled, wheat Holds being reported a 75 to 100 por cent loss. Bctwen St. Michael, In Buffalo county, nnd Abbott,! Hall county, there was also a long strip In which the loss was heavy. This ! In nditlon to confirmed reports of Hes sian tly dnmagc to wheat and tho rot-! ting of corn on ncount of too much cold and wot weathor and tho loss of tho ilrst crop of alfalfa Is regarded as a handicap which may bo ovorcomo In part, but will require favorable weather conditions. NORTH PLATTE, MONDAY JUNE 28th FREE. 2 MILE STREET PARADE every morning -rain or swine at iuo NURSE BROWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 1008 West Fourth St. MRS. BT. HALL, Superintendent. Graduate Nurses in Attendance JOHN S. TWINEM, Physician and Surgeon. JOHN S. SIMS, M. 3)., I'hy biclun and Surgeon Office B. & L. Building, Second Floor. I'hono, Offlce, 83; Residence 38. Week Old Chicks For sale at ten cents each. Inquire of Harry Lantz, 321 east Fourth. 42-2 600 People fjl Menagerie. Congress of (Hippopotamus All Nations 1 1 BusodSweating Y (FN fs Wf Mffi O KM. I RAi MS M. DEB EM OTH Lions Tigers Leopards Trained but Untamed Millions for Itlik's. New York Orders amounting to (.it o"0 000 000 for rifles for Eng land and her allies have been placed In tho United States slnco January ,but hub nas nan little effect on the opera-j Hons In the field, since only a trifling ' percentage of the purchases have been j delivered. Exports say It will bo lato In the! present year before Amerlcnn manu-' facturerB, who ure now transforming! their plants for tho making of guns nnd ammunition, will ho able to begin ' to fill their contracts. Tho earliest of th(i larger contracts call for Initial de- nvortca September 1, I Marriage LIcenst'H. Juno 15th Chas. Boborson of psh kosh and Geneva Schaltz of Lowellen; O. F. Wagner nnd Eva L. Horton both of. Paxton; Fred Oertwlg and Lillian Kpppcr both of Kearney. Juno 16th Fred Kocstor of Well fleet nnd Mabel Dunn of Curtis; F. B. DoughiB of Velm nnd Jennie Rund borg of Omaha; W. It. Fabllngor of Qandy and Mabel Hughes of Garfield. For Hale. Threo Registered Short Horn Bulls. TheBO bulls are Yearlings and good ones. Frank Strolherg, 0 miles west of North Platte. 42-4 HAcresTemtsI;1 3 Herds of Elephants Dazzling Massive Maghip Performance Features' , Geo. B. Dent, Physician and Surgeon Special Attention given to Surgery and Obstetrics. Office: Building and Loan Ewildintr. Ofhce 130 ) Residence 115 tntfts Tho boy scouts loavo today for a hike Into tho hills, whoro they will camp out tonight and tomorrow. They pack With them blankets and othor ac coutrements. They will bo acompnnlod by Itov. Barton, Leonard Robinson nnd Ell Hansen. FOR SALE I have a fow alfalfa and hay slack 1 Joseph Piolatlckor, of Wallace, vis ited his brother F. C. Plolstlckcr the Dr. Morris, of . Oshkosh, returned homo Wcdncsdny after making a brief visit in town. Grocers say tho strawberry season Is about closed, though somo shipments from tho Colorado floldB may bo ex pected. Taken aa a wholo tho straw berries received this season havo been n bottor quality than usual. .vse -Mil i j irr m mrz. I WO Ui MSTITUTI AT OtiE PRICE OF Admission ORIGINAL wjm. 1 a RAIN 0RS)SHINE PERFORMANCES - 2:5n48sl5 DOORS OPEN ONE HOUR EARLIER Arthur Hoagland took tho county commissioners to Somerset yesterday, making tho trip In an hour and somo minutes. Tho commissioners say tho road wan Tory rough and Hoagland had them "In tho air" most of tho time. Tho Ogalnlln ball team havo strengthened their lineup by securing Pitcher Fussol of Geneva who Iibb boon making a record on tho Big Springs team, also Guy Grimm, who wll piny with them as soon na ho ro covors from tho Juries ho received In a recent game. For Sale (lorrucnfeil Trnn llnllillm u wiilni. ....Li l.iFft .'.if T..t.i II... 11.1 i - . ... . . . " ' . v.mub iuh jui. .nini inn iiiuiK mr can no moycu lviinoni uonic taken hay men. Cheap. J. K. NI8LKY, down, nt Horshey's Opposite Post Of. -! r.usi .-icvciuii sireci. nee. CZ3C It It inner OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH The First National Bank Member Federal Reserve Bank System. OneHundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars. STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE M HAVE BKEN THE FACTORS IN THE GROWTH OF THIS BANK, AND THE SAME CAREFUL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO SMALL ACCOUNTS AS IS GIVEN TO LARGE BALANCES. 3EZ3E INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. It 1CZ3C F. J. DIENEIl & CO. ; Tho English houso of f!fltnuinnH Vnto.l Rcnl Estate nnd Insurance a" additional war credit of $1,250, o.wi ..u rny mi iru in . 000,000 Tuesday afternoon, mnkinf n different parts of the city. Good in- I"1"1, of 4,310,000,000 sinco tho war vostmentB on easy tonus. Houses lor . "??,.V u 3s eatlmaled that tho er- salo and rent. We havo also good bar gains in farms and ranches. Cor. Front and Dewey Sts.. upstairs. II. H. LAND GRAF l'ainler, l'upcrlinnger md Decorator Phono Black 570. penditures for the next three months will average fifteen million dollars por Two bandits locked tho cashier of a oaiiK in tno outskirts of St. Louis in me vault aim men escaped with $5,000 Loss of men in tho Brltlnli nnw nn to May 31 havo ben given out at 13,547, ui which js.id wero KlUCU. lVYLIE WALKER, With the Gaston Music Co. Times, Ifegulatcs, liepairs and Rolmilds l'ianos. Telephone !i:tS or Call Clinton Jewelry Store. "A Tragedy of the Platte Valley." BY COL. F. IN. HERMINHAUSEN Story of murder of Vernon Con nett. Qet it at the Huffman Smoke House. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an order of salo Issued from the District Court of I.lnrnln County, Nebraska, upon a decree of loreciosuro rendered in said Court wnerem Time s. Ulankcnburg is plain tiff, and Mary Becker, ct. fondants, and to mo directed. T will nn tho 10th day of July, 1915, at 2 o'clock p. in., at the oast front door of tho court house in Nnrlli PI soil at public auction to tho highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree, Intorest and costs, tho following dc- Buriueu property, to-wit: boutli hair (SVi) of Northwest quarter (NV K), Southwest quarter of Northeast quarter (SWVl of NB4) and Northwest quarter of Southwest quarter (NWtf of "SW) of Section Twenty-four (24). Townshln (1C), Rnngo Thlrty-threo (33), west of uio sixtn principal morldinn, Lincoln uouniy, weurasica. Dated at North Platte, Nebraska juno btn, iui&. J8-5 A. J. SALISBURY, Shorlxg, SHERIFFS SALE. , By vlrtuo of an order of salo issued irom uvo district court of Llncol county, Nebraska, upon a decree of roreclosuro rendered in said Court wnoreiu salmon c. Stowart is plain tiff and George Kdnlmnn nml T.mll, Edolman aro defendants, and to me directed, I will on tho 17th day of July, 1U15, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the east front door of tho Court House in worm l'latte, Lincoln County, Nebras ka. soli at Public Auel Inn tn Mm lilr.li ost bidder for cash, to satisfy said de croo, Intorest and costs, tho following doscrlbQ(.proporty, to-wit: Northwest Quarter (NWM) of Sec tion Elevon (11) and the Southwest quarter oi tno Boutliwcst Quarter (SWV4 of SWfi) of Section Two (2) all in Township Nino (9) Rango Tweuty-eight (28) Lincoln County, Dated North Platte, Neb., Juno 12, IVIO, 1-15-5 A. J. SALISBURY, Sheriff Hospital Phono Black G33. House Phono Black G33. IV. T. PIUTCIIAIU), Graduule Veterinarian Eight years a Government Veterinar ian. Hospital 218 south Locust St., one-half block southwest of tho Court Ilousf.. oith Finite, Neb. f Office phone 2-11. lies, phone 217 L . C . D R O S T , Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nebraska. McDonald Bank Ruilding. Phones DR. J. S. TWINEM, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention Given to Gynecology Obstetrics and Children s Diseases. Office McDonald State Bank Building Corner Sixth and Dewey Streets. Phones, Office 183, Residence 283 J. B. REDFIELD. PHYSICIAN 'Ss SURGEON Successor to HYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL Drs. Redfleld & Redfleld Offlce Phone 642 Res. Phono G7G DERRYHERRY Ss FORBES, Licensed Embaliners Undertakers and Funeral Directors Day Phone 234. Night Phone Black 58S. 'Legal Notice.' ': Louis Joseph' Einstein and Herman Einstein, defendants. Will take notice that on tho 29th of day of May. 1915. Wesley T. Wilcox and John J. Halllgan, plaintiffs herein filed their petition in tlio District court of Lincpln County. Nebraska, against said defendants, the object and prayer ot which are for a partition of the north half of tho northeast quarter and tho north half of the northwest quarter of section twenty-six, town ship sixteen, north of range twenty- nine west of the 6th P: M. in Lincoln county, Nebraska, equally between the plaintiffs and the' defendants, and if said land cannot bo equitably divided, that tho samo bo sold and out of tho proceeds tho plaintiffs be paid for cer tain taxes which they havo paid on saw land. You aro required to answer said pe tition" on or before tho 12th day of jtuy iai5. Dated 29th day of May, 1915. WESLEY T. WILCOX, JOHN J. HALLIGAN, Jl-4 Plaintiffs, Probate Notice In tho Matter of the Estate of Cor- nollus Sullivan, Deceased. In tho County Court of Lincoln Coun ty, Nebraska, May 25, 1915. Notice is hereby given, That tho cred Itors of said decease'd will meet tho Administrator of said Estate, beforo tho County Judge of Lincoln County, Nebraska, at the County Court Room, in said County, on tho 2nd day of July, 1915, and on tho 3rd day of January, 191G, at 9 o'clock a. .tn. each day, for tho purnoso of presenting their claims ior oxaminntlon, adiustment and at lowanco. Six months aro allowed for creditors to present their claims, and one year ior tno Aununistrator to set tlo said Estate, from tho 2nd day of July, 1915. This notico will bo pub lished In tho North P"latto Tribune, a legal semi-weekly newsnanor nrlnt- ed and published In North Platte, Lin coln County, Nebraska, for four con secutive weeks proceeding July 2nd, IV lb. GEO. E. FRENXJII, Jl-lw County Judge, . -w S3 Welcome a Good Cigar And a good cigar means ono mado at the Schmalzricd factory. Our rep utation ns a mnlfnr n ftrnnil nlnnro In North Platto oxtonds back thirty years. ii wo uiu not maico good cigars wo WOUld havo been forcnil tn plnan Mm factory years ago. If you have not been smoking Schmalzrled's Cigars it is not too lato to begin. J. HF, Schmaizried. oss anil uat A. - Bought and highest market prices paid PHONES Residence Red 636 OHke 459 C. H. WALTERS. NOTIfJU FOIl PDULIOATIOX IJeimrtiiicut of the Interior. U. S. Land Olllco nt North Platte, Neb. , April 23, 1916. Notice Is hereby given that Minnie Eliza -McOulre. now Soi.ki. nf Vnriii Platto, Nebraska, who on February 8, 1012, mado Homestead Entry No. 05371, for E of SEU Section 2, Township 11 N llange 30 V, Cth Principal Merid ian, has filed notice of Intention to make final threo year proof, , to estab lish claim to tho land above described before the Reirlatnr nnil T?iaI v at North Platte, Nebraska, on tho 21st day Claimant natnnfi nn wltnnRnnnf ennf f Shaner, of Maxwell, Nobr.. Jesse Hlgh bersor, of North Platte, Nebr., Andrew Howard, of Wellneot, Nebr., Mary Rich ards, of North Platte, Nebr. J. E. EVANS, a27-v Register. Probate JTotlce In "the Matter of the, Estate of James M. Rannie, Deceased. In tho County Court of Lincoln Coun ty, Nebraska, May 25, 1915. Notico Is hereby given, That the creditors of the deceased will meet the Administratrix of said Estate, before the County Judge of Lincoln County, Nebraska, at tho County Court Room, In said County, on the 2nd day of July, 1915, and on the 3rd day of January, 1916, at 9 o'clock a. m. each day, for the purpose of presenting their claims for examination, adjustment and al lowance. Six months aro allowed for creditors to present their claims, and ono year for the Administratrix to settlo said estate, from tho 2nd day of July. 1915. This notice will be pub lished in the North Platte Tribune, a legal semi-weekly newspaper printed and published In North Platte, Lin coln County, Nebraska, for four con secutive weeks, proceeding July 2nd, 1915. GEO. E. FRENCH, il-4w County Judge. Legal Notico To Charles E. Cotton, Ora D. Cotton and Richard E. Cotton, Defendants: You and each Qf you will take no tico that on tho 14th day of May, 1915, Henry Clark, plaintiff herein, filed his petition in tho District Cdurt of Lin coln County, Nebraska, against said defendants, impleaded with others, the object and prayer of which are to ex clude the said defendants and each of them from all interest in nnd to one cortaln promissory note for Four Thousand and no hundredths ($4000.00) Dollars payable to the order of Charles E. Cotton, and payable Sep tember 1, 1915, dated May 8th, 1916, and signed by P. E. Gunderson and Gus Gunderson, and for a decree to have the said defe-ndants hold said note In trustt for tho plaintiff and for an order, that the said defendants and each of them be required to delived Bald note Into Court for tho purpose of having the samo delivered to the plain tiff horein. You and each of you are required to answer said petition on or before tho 12th day of July, 1915. Dated this 1st day of June, 1915. HENRY CLARK, Plaintiff. By WILCOX & HALLIGAN, Jl-4w His Attorneys. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA, NORTH PLATTE DIVISION. Probate Notice. In tho Matter ot tho Estato of Ann Jano Barraclough, Deceased. In tho County Court of Lincoln County, "Nebraska, Juno 1, 1915. Notico is hereby given, that tho cred itors of said deceased will meet tho administrator ot said estate, boforo tho County Judge of Lincoln County, Nebraska, at the County Court Room, In Bald County, on tho 9th day of July, 1915, and on tho 9th day of January, 916, at 9 o'clock A. M. each day, for tho purposo of presenting their claims for examination, adjustment and allow ance. Six months aro allowed for creditors to preseht their claims from July 9th, 1915, and ono year for the administrator to settle said estate, from tho 1st day of Juno, 1916.- This notico will bo published in tho Seml Weokly Trlbuno, a newspaper printed in said county, for four wooks suc cessively, on and after Juno 8th, 1915. GEO. E. FRENCH, J8-4w Count y Judge. In the Matter of Charles H. Emple, Bankrupt. Case No. 39, In Bankruptcy, Voluntary Pofltlon. Notico of First Meeting of Creditors. To "tlio Creditors ot Charles H. Emple, of Sutherland, in tho County of Lincoln in tho District aforesaid. Notice is hereby given that on the 11th day of Juno A. D., 1915, tho said Charles H. Empio, was duly adjudi cated bankrupt: and that tho first meeting of his creditors will be held at tho office of tho Referee in Bank ruptcy in North Platto, Lincoln Coun ty, Nebraska, in said district on tho 25th day of Juno A. D. 1915, at 10 o'clock in tho forenon at which time tho said creditors may attend, provo their claims, appoint the trustee, examino tho bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly como beforo said meeting. WALTER V. HOAGLAND, Referee In Bankruptcy.