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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1915)
LOCAL AKD rEnSOyAL
Charley Boedor returned Saturday
from a two.w'Wks' visit In Omulia.
Claude Delaney, of Xorthport, spent
Saturday In town on business matters.
Miss Lorcnc Harvey, of Horshcy, Is
visiting with her llttlo friend, Luclllo
Dueler, this week.
John Holcombo shipped dlavon cars
of cattle to Dalo Creek, AVyo., tho lat
tor part of last week.
V. W. Burr returned to Denver Sun
day evening after spending a week at
tho experimental farm.
Mrs. Anna Simpson returned home
Saturday morning from Horshcy whore
she visited frlonds for a week.
Miss Clark, of Tryon, entered tho
Nurse Brown hospital for treatment
last week and Is doing nicely.
A new assortment of Peggy O'Noll
caps, all prices, at
E, T, TRAMP (c SON'S.
W. S. Dolson and Mrs. Henry Schott
wore called to Lisco Saturday by the
death of their sister, Mis. Belle Mul
len. Will Connor, of Wood River, visited
Frank Dunn the latter part of last
week," 'while enrouto' home from Chap
pell. Miss Amelia Burklund, of Suther
land, visited local friends last week
and returned home Saturday aftor
noon. Roy Marovish, of Sutherland, came
down Saturday morning to visit his
Bister, Mrs. A. J. Frazier for a few
Miss Naomi Dowhower, who was
the guest of relatives at Bridgeport,
returned homo the latter part of laBt
Mrs. Roy Gunsolly and children, who
have been guests In Ft. Pierre, S. D.,
for three weeks, are expected home
Ned Stuart left Saturday evening for
Los Angeles, after spending two
months with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Stuart.
J. F. Clabaugh is carrying his right
arm in a sling this week, having in
Jured his wrist while cranking a car
Friday afternoon. '
Attorney W. V. Hoagland will leave
about August 27th for Silver Creek
where he has been reuested to address
a meeting of the I. 0. O. F.
Mrs. Stella Adams, who resided here
for a number of years, came down from
Denver the latter part of last week to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Carl LIntz.
Mrs. A. J. Frazier and daughter,
Tryon, who visited the former's broth
er in Sutherland for ten days, return
ed'homo Saturday morning,
liss Sadie Tcets, of Omaha.a-forni
er resident of this city, arrived here a
few days ago to bo the guest of Mr,
and Mrs. W. D. Joder for a couplo of
Wo have the ladiesfiber silk liose
at 50c, the very best quality.
E, T, TRAMP & SON'S.
George C. Hanria, age 4G, of Madi
son, N. J., and Bertie Sherman Price,
age 40, of Greeley, Colo., were married
at tho county judge's office Saturday
morning by Judgo French.
A new two story eight room modern
cottage will bo erected at the experi
mental farm in tho near future. , The
contract was given to Howard McMi-
chfeal the latter part of last week.
Do peoplo continue to have opera
tions performed when at least 98 ot
(the cases operated on could be cured
by other means if properly treated by
the Quaker Specialists?
As proof of the work our Doctors
are doing, without operating we here
with reprint an affidavit that appeared
In the Beatrice Express and Sun last
November. If you want more proof,
call at any of our offices, visit withjDiir
patients, and be convinced.
State of Nebraska.County of Gage, ss
Personally appeared before mo one
Doctor Fred W. Buck, who being duly
sworn deposes jmd says
That ho has practiced medicine for
more than 20 years, and that during
that time ho has never performed a
surgical operation or advised ono to
bo performed on any case of appendi
citis, gall stone, mastoid absess, hem
orrhoids, (piles), fomoral...dIrect or
Indirect inguinal hernia (rupture), hy-
drocolo, or ulceration of tho stomach
or bowels; and deponent further states
that during his 20 years of practice,
ho has nevor had a patient die from
any of tho above diseases while undor
his care. Deponent further stntos
that ho Is tho originator of-tho small
needle direct Injection method of cur
ing hernia, which has cured evory case
that has taken his treatment according
to direction during tho past ten years
(Signed) FRED W. BUCK
Sworn and subscribed, to before
me a Notary Public, this second day o
G. II. FROLICK,
My commission oxpires January
Thurs., Aug. 12
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Mrs. Harry Cramer and son John
Wesley went to St. Paul, Neb., Satur
day aftornoon to visit ,Mr. Cramer,
who is employed there superintending
the building of grain elevators.
Mrs. William Dolson and daughter,
Miss Florence Gurnscy, returned Fri
day evening from Grand Island, where
they spent a week, having their furni
ture packed and shipped to this city.
A recent Issue of the Keith County
News stated that Harry Crook, former
ly of tho Robhausen barber shop had
purchased tho Beal tonsorlal narlor at
Ogalalla and took possession last
Now'SuIts arriving dally. You can
rust assured they aro tho very best
tyles at tho very best prices.
E, T, TRAMP & SON'S.
Mrs. D. T. Qulglcy and Miss Kathcr-
Ine Seyferth, of Omaha, who spent two
weoks here, left Sunday evening, ac
companied by their mother, Mrs. An
na Seyforth, who will make her home
The Lincoln County Teachers' Insti
tute will Jo,hold In this city from Aug
ust mm io August zutii, and anyone
who can accommodate the teachers
with board and room will pleaso noti
fy tho county superintendent.
Attorney and Mrs. E. R. O'Brlnn. of
Olewln, Iowa, were guests of Attor
ney James Kecfe last week, while en
routo Home from a honevmoon trln In
California. The younc men wore class
mates In a law school In Iowa sevoral
A party of ten society nconle held a
picnic at tho Country Club Friday ev
onlng in honor of Miss Kathorlne Soy-
lortn, or umalia. The pleasure of the
evenng was marred a little by tho rain
storm which necessitated an earlier
return than was planned for.
Friends In the city received word
Saturday thaUMiss Arvilla Whltaker,
who is visiting relatives In Vprmllllon,
S. D., was Injured in an automobilo ac
cident 'last week. Hor mother, who
was witn nor, was pinned under the
car and her arpi broken in three plac
es. J. W. Galloway, vice president and
manager of the I. L. A. and Western
Railway Co., spent last week as the
guest of Messrs. C. 0. Weingand and
Thomas Orton. Mr. Galloway is In
terested In sweet clover and was
very enthusiastic in his praise of the
crop In this vicinity.
Mrs. V. E, McCarthy and son of Po-
catella, Idaho, former residents of this
city, nre visiting In town with former
mends while on their way to Ogalal
la to visit her brothers, the Messrs
Ilanna. Mr. McCarthy was employed
as trainmaster during their residence
hero several years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Voodry, of May-
wood, lornier residents of this city,
celebrated their golden wedding last
week at tho Grogg home In Maywood.
Two hundred guests wero present and
among other presents a purse of gold
was presented, them. . .They were mar
ried at 'Davenport, Iowa, in 18G5, .lo
cated hero In 1S91 and moved to May
wood in 1003.
Governor Morehead has chosen fifty
gentlemen of Nebraska to go as dele
gates to tho International irrigation
congress to be held at Fresno, Sacre
mcnto and San Francisco from Sep
tember 13th to 20th nclusive. Among
inoso namuii are v. v. iioagianu, oi
this city, F. S. Bible, of Paxton, Fred
Pierson of Sutherland and W. P. By
ron, of Gothenburg.
Five room cottage, city water, elec
tric lights and sewer. ?15 per month
Inquire of T. Simant. 303 south Chest
nut Btrcet. 57tf
liiiral Carrier KxaiuinuMon
The United States civil service com
mission has announced an examlna
tlon for .the county of Lincoln, Neb., to
bo held at North Platte, September 11,
1915, to fill tho position of rural car
rier at Brady and vacancies that may
alter occur on rural routes from other
offices In the above mentioned county,
Tho examination will uc open only to
male citizens who are actually domi
ciled In the territory of a post of
fice In -the county and who meet the
other requirements set forth In form
No. 197.7. This form and application
blanks may be obtained from the of
flees mentioned above or from tne
United States civil servico commls
sion at Washington, D. C. Applications
should be forwarded to tho commis
sion at Washlncton at the earliest
iV horse that refrains from eating
Is using tho horse sense method oi
curing itself of some Intestinal trou
ble. Nature sometimes fails, so take
no chances but go to tho aid of na
ture as soon as you seo something
wrong with your horse and give it a
dose or two of B. A. Thomas Stock
Remedy. If it does not respond at
once, this medicino cost you nothing
and It's Just as suro with cows or
sheep. We give you your money back.
Sold hf A. F. Fink.
One set 1 ton Fairbanks Wagon
Scales. Jos llorshey, Opposite Post
office, Phone 1,". 5.V(f
Mrs. EHznbeth Evelyn Graves, of
Maxwell, died at the home of her
daughter Mrs. Clara Grogg on east
sixth street tne latter part oi last
week at tho ago of flftey-two. Mrs
Graves had been ill for several months
with perlncious anemia and recently
came to this city for treatments.
Funeral services wero conducted Fri
day afternoon by Rev. Cram and the
remains taken to Maxwell tor nunai
For Cuts and Sores.
Farris Healing Remedy comes in
concentrated form. To it you add a
nlnt of linseed oil, if you want a heal
ing oil, or a pound of lard or vase
lino If you want a salve. AVo guaran
tee that this makes you a full pint
of bettor healing medicino than any
thing you ever used no matter what
the nr co. Why should you pay meu
icine prices for simple oil or lard or
vasellno? For sale by A. r . Finn.
Joo Richards, ,of Omaha, who was
an employee of the Richards Dry
nnnils Ktnrn llPTA RPVPTfll VPfirH BCO
came Sunday to visit friends and In -
cid-ntly attend the ball game.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Miss Bertha Votaw, of Curtis, spent
Sunday with local relatives.
James Seaton, of Wallace, Is visiting
his son C. A. Seaton In this city for
n few dnys.
Jack Welllver of Maxwell spent Sun
day hero attending the ball gnmo antlt
Virgin Wnrren and P. Gafulnor, of
Ogalalla, wero down Sunday to attend
The itown rif Sholton hns voted
,000 bonds for a now Electric Light
and Power Plant.
tUtcr spending some time In Scotts
Bluffs, Attorney Johnson spent the
week-end In town.
Frank Johnson, Lloyd Young nird T.
T. Mnrcott were among tho Brady
peoplo hero this week.
For Rent Furnished cottage on
Second street, south of new round
houso. Phone Bllck 408. 5S-2
Miss Hunter of Sutherland, who
visited Mrs. L. W. Walker, returned
home yesterday morning.
John Reynolds has resumed work nt
the Wilcox department store, nftor
taking his summer" vacation.
Miss Lillian Sicks returned Satur
day evening from an extended visit
with her father In Kansns.'
R. H. Brln, of Dallas, Texas, a
cousin of Julius Plzor, Is spending
this week at tho Plzor home.
A mooting of tho Twentieth Century
club has been cnlled tor Tuesday af
ternoon, Augtfst 17th nt four o'clock
In the library building.
Mr. and Mrs. Snm Souder havo as
their guest this week the former's
brother Eugene Souder of Moorefleld,
who came here a few days ago.
W. R. Wrin of Farnnm Is among the
visitors in town this week on business.
Jay Smith spent a few days witli
friends in Grand. Island last week.
Peter C. Peterson received a legacy
of seven hundred dollars from Den
mark Saturday, havng been named as
ones of tho heirs n his step-mothers'
Frank Conneally and brother Luke,
of Wallace, accompanied by their fam
ilies came Saturday to spend this week
visiting friends and attending Chau
Miss Margaret Cralgle returned.
Saturdny from a live weeks' visit with
the Downlo family in Oakland, Calif.,
and witli other relatives in Los
Mrs. Louis Riesman, of the Dallas
Cotton Comb factory who is touring
Nebraska stooped over Sunday in our
city. Ho reports poor roads but good
Mrs. Harry Ford, of Chicago, who
has been spending tne summer in
Denver with her father, Frank Dentler
is expected today to visit her aunt,
Mrs. Frank Lowell. '
City Clerk Terhple sent out fifty
notices yesterday to property owners
who havo neglected to put In cement
walks around their lots and connect
with the walks already In.
Tho Lincoln Highway Garage has se
cured the services of H. H. Sanders,
of Denver, Colo., as machinist. Mr,
Sanders comes well recommended and
has had ten years' experience.
Ralph Welborn, a brother of Ray
Welborn of this city will be confined
in tho Grand Junction hospital for
thirty dnys as a result of injuries re
ceived In a horseback-riding contest
He voluntered to ride , an outlaw
horse at a celebration there and was
thrown off, trampled upon and bit by
the animal, which proved to be 'un
manageable. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
Whereas at a regular meeting of the
City Council of North, Platte, held
August 2nd, 1915, the following mo
tion was adopted. Moved that the
Council approve tho following con
tract with tho North Platte Light &
Power Company and that the. Mayor
and Clerk be authorized to execute
same and that the same be submitted
for tho approval or disapproval of tho
voters or tho City of North Platte at a
special election to be held on Sep
tember 14th, 1915 for this purpose and
in tho manner provided by law.
Street Lighting Contract between
North Platte Light nnd Power Coin-,
puny and City of North Platte.
This contract entered Into by and
between North Platte Light and Power
Company, a corporation, as the party
of the first part, and City or North
Platte, in the County of Lincoln and
Stnto of Nebraska, as party of the sec
1. The party of the first part here
by agrees to furnish to tho party of
the second part, and tho purty or the
second part hereby agrees to take and
use, for tho purposo of lighting the
streets, alleys and public places of the
party or the second part, and during
tho period of five years herelnbelow
described, electric light 'supplied by
such number of overhend -suspended
hooded Incandescent street lamps as
may bo required and lrom time to
time ordered Installed by tho party of
the second part during said period, at
tho following rates and prices, which
the narty of tho second part hereby
agrees to pay to tho party of tho first
part, and upon the followlngterms and
2. For sixty candle powor Incandes
cent lamps or their equivalent in can
dle power, each per annum $21.00; for
eighty candle power Incandescent
lnmps or their equivalent in candle
power, each per annum $23.75; for one
hundred power incandescent lamps or
their euuivalent In candle power, each
per annum $20.50. for two hundred nnd
fifty' candle power Incandescent lamps
or their equivalent In cnndlo power,
each per annum $5S.OO; for four hun
dred candle power Incandescent lamps
or their equivalent In cnndlo power,
each per annum $S2.50; for thirty-two
cnndlo power Incandescent lamps as
specified and provided for In Para
graph 3. $18.00 per annum.
For arc lichta or high candle power
Incandescent lamps used In place of
1 are lights as specified and provided for
in Paragraph 3, $ns.uu per annum.
i, ,., i ,J
! ",n,1,mo,?tl y, l"8tnEe t8, ...Llm,,s
sunn ur iiKiueu iiuiu uusk mull (iiiwu i
each night. All lamps and equipment
shall be furnished and maintained by
the party of the first part.
3. It Is agreed by the parties here
to that the party of the first part will
promptly, after the confirmation of
l,s contract by the affirmative vote of
imi en-dors oi .Norm 1'intte, Nebraska,
proceed to Install and equip a now
and modern system. Including wires,
polos and accessories, for tho servico
of such sixty, eighty, ono Hundred,
two hundred and fifty and four hun
dred candle power Incandoscent lamps
or their equivalent which tho second
party may order Installed
undor this contract. Tho work of In
stalling such now and modern svstem
for street lights ns provided for above,
shall after commencement, be carried
on tlllligontly to completion.
i-niu tno completion of said new and
modern system, tho street Hclits
used by tho second party and supplied
by the first party, shall be continued
in use nna paid for nt tho schedule
named In Paragraph 2.
4. In the event of nny of said lamps
not burning during the time required,
the party of the second wart simii h
the right to deduct the pro rata amount
irom tne mil for each night such lamp
falls to supply light for more than two
consecutive nights, after receipt by
the party of the first part of written
notice from the proper official of the
party of the second pnrt that said lamp
Is not burning.
5. All street lamps provided for
herein shall be placed nt such points
within the territorial limits of the par
ty of the second part as may bo desig
nated by the mayor and city council
or authorized representative of the
party of the second part; provided that
no lamp shall be ordered Installed at
a greater distance than seven hundred
feet from tho location of a then exist
ing street series lamp; and should
the party of the second rmrt renulro
the re-loeatlon of nny lamp after the
same has been located, then tho party
of the second pnrt shall pay to the par
ty of the first part the acutal cost of
labor and material- necessary In such
. The party of tho second part
shall, in conformity with the law. sub
mit this contract for approval or dis
approval, to Its electors at a special
election held September fourteenth,
191:. Should this contract by said
electors ot such election be disapprov
ed, then no oblgntlon hereunder shall
bo upon cither party hereto. But
should this contract by said electors
at such election be approved, then this
contract shall in each and nil of its
provisions take effect and be and con
tinue in full force for and during a
period of five years from nnd after tho
first day of November, 1915; it being
distinctly understood and agreed that
the party of the first part shall have
a reasonable time in which to supply
the necessary equipment for the ful-
flllng of Its obligations hereunder, and
that It will make every effort to supply
such equipment as speedily and soon
'7. Each and all of the rights, privi
leges and advantages lodged In or pass
ing to the- party of the first part by
virtue hereof may by It be transforrcd
and assigned, but only upon the as
sumption by any grantee or assignee
of each and all of the obligations of
the party of tho first part thereunder.
In Testimony Whereof, North Platte
Light and Power Company has here
unto set its ltnnd and attached Its cor
porato seal by Willis Todd, Its Vice
President, thereunto authorized, and
City of North Platto 1ms hcrounto set
its hand by Its mayor, attested by its
city clerk, all on tills 3rd day of
August A. D. .1915.
NORTH PLATTE LIGHT AND POW-
(Party of First Pnrt)
By WILLIS TODD,
Witness to slgunturo of Party of First
CITY OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRAS
KA. (Party of Second Part)
By E. 11. EVANS,
Therefore notice is horby given thnt
a special election will bo held In tho
fity of North Platte, Nebraska, on
Tuesday, September 14th, 1915, at the
places hereinafter specified in tho sev
eral wards of the city for the purpose
of submitting tho following proposi
tion to the voters of said city; "Shall
tho Mayor and Clerk of said city bo
empowered to enter Into a contract
with the North Plutto Light & Power
Company a copy of which Is printed
nbqye rtr '" purpose or street light
Tho polls of said election shall bo
kept open betwoen tho hours or
o'clock A. M. and 7 o'clock P. M. on
said day and the voting places therefor
in tho sovcral wards shall uo as roi
First Ward at tho entranco at tho
Lloyd Onern House In said ward.
Second Ward at tho Court, Room at
the County Court House In said ward.
Third Ward at tho old IIoso House
situated on Vino Street between Front
and Sixth streets in said ward.
Fourth Ward at old IIoso houso on
North Locust street in said ward.
Tho ballots for said olection shall
havo printed thoreon:
For granting permission to tho May
or and Clerk of the City of North
Platto to enter into a contract with said
company for tho purposo of street
Against granting permission to the
Mayor and Clerk of the said city
to outer Into said contract with tho
North Platte Light and Power Com-
Those voting In favor of granting
said permission shall mark tholr bal
lots with an "X" opposito the para
graph beginning, For granting snld
Those voting against granting of
snld permission shall mark their bal
lots with an "X" opposite tne para
trrnnh heclnnintr IlKalllEt.
This notico shall bo published 30
days prior to said oloctlon.
Slgnod thin 9th day of August, A. D,
E. H. EVANS,
C. F. TEMPLE,
Herbert Bristol and son returned
Saturday evening from a short visit to
Two Ranges In One
The Duplex Alcazar is a single range that does the
,work of two. Willi it you can cook in comfort every month
in the year. "
Burns Coal and Gas separately or both at once. YoU;
can burn coal in the winter and keen the kitchen warm; gasp'
in the summer and keep the kitchen cool. .
K The p"jj'frL
M Smi Own tt uivfof tai
S Coal and Cos
It Is Different and Better
Simple to Operate; not a part needs to he removed or
replaced, cither in the Oven or on the cooking top. You
simply "I'ull or Push the Lever"' and oven is ready for use
with any fuel. It is actually Two Complete Ranges in One.
HERE AT LAST IS
The COAL and GAS RANGE that is Right
Let us demonstrate it to You.
HOWE & MALONEY.
MmV.9.1KJ?W ' I'll
seams in every axle, so small you can't
see them but large, enough to cause
friction and wear. They are filled by
the Mica in
Made of finely powdered mica and hiuh grade urease
stock. Kills, friction will not run or gum.
Sold in 1 and 3 pound cans, ealvamV.ed iron pails, kees,
half-barrels and barrels.
Eureka Harness Oil
Feeds the leather. Makes harness
look better and last long.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Money to Loan
ON FARMS AND RANCHES
Lowest Raten and Best Terms.
Plenty of Money on hand to Close
Buchanan & Patterson
J, S. Davis Is expected, to return to-
j day from Lincoln, whero ho spent two
(weeks on business
Patented Fob. 9, 1915.
11' Mi ihlil lt
There are holes and
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