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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1916)
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Entered at North Platte, Nebraska,
Postolllco as Second Class Matter,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMMIR 22, 1010.
Deserting of Consideration.
Elsowhoro wo publish a Jotter writ
ten by P. R. Hulligan nnd addressed
to the Voters of Lincoln county in
which ho makes statements that do
Borvo carnost consideration by thoso
whom ho nddrossos.
Mr, Ilalllgan, with a patriotism
that notio can fall to admire, respond
ed to the call Issued for inon for ser
vJco on tho Mexican border. Not only
was ho willing to enlist his Borvloos
at u tlmo when a war with Mexico
seemed unavoidable, but It was largo
ly through his efforts that tho North
Plalto company was organized and en
listed nnd becamo part of the force
on the border lino. That ho should
drop his law practlco add respond to
his country's call to probably partic
ipate In a guerilla warfare :hat meant
tho Iohb of thousands of men equally
ns bravo as hlniBolf, is certainly com
mendatory, and wo bollovo will bo so
considered by tho votore of tho coun
ty. Mr. Ilalllgan may not bo ablo to
mako a campaign for tho office of
county attornoy, for which he rocolv
od tho republican nomination, and if
so, wo believe ovory republican in tho
county, as woll as democrats will con
clude tholt Mr. Ilalllgan Is ontltlod to
their support without his pdrsonnl
visitation, lio Is well qualified for
tho position, having graduated from
tho law department of tho stato uni
versity, followed with sovoral, years of
active prhctlco in tho courts. It is
certain that ho would bo fearless in
his prScBoculion of the law-breaker
OFFICIAL rKOCKilMNOS OF
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
llert Hudson and Philip Halm wlio
had boon employed horo in brick wprk
for sovoral months went to Loxlngton
last evening to accopt positions.
Jesus Hormandoz ago 28 and Marino
Favlla aandolupo ago 32, of Horshoy,
wora marrlod at tho court house by
County Judgo Fronch yesterday morn
E, W. Pear, of Wnllnco, spont Tucb
ilay In town advertising a stock salo
-which ho and Mr..Sandorson will hold
October 4th at tho Sanderson plaoo
nina miles south, or Sutherland.
L. D. Spencer, a morchant of Wal
laco, spent Wednesday In town truns-
nr.ing business. Ho romrtcd bus!
ness in his 'town activo, duo to aomo
oxtont to tho big wheat crop grown
oy uio larmora.
For Salo Puro Bred Duroc-Jorsoy
, Hogs, male nnd fomalo. All eligible
to registry, inquire or qr address
Blankonburg Bros., Phono Red 851,
1305 North Locust street, North Platto,
Mrs. Edward Tschahold and sous are
expected horo In tho near futuro from
El Paso, -Tex., to mako tholr homo In
tho ainn npartmontfl. Mr. Tschavold
lms boon employed at tho Dixon store
ror sovorai months.
Just smarted up in our now building
corner Front and Lecust. Wo buy and
soil everything hi tho Junk line. After
Octobor 15th, wo will handle Jurni
NORTH PLATTE JUNK HOUSE
Tho music nud art department of
tho Twentieth Century club will bo
chtertalnort at tho homo of Mrs. W.
II, Cramer Tuosday evening, Sept. 26.
All ladles whpnro interested in this
work uro requested Ho attend.
Postmnstor McEvoy roturnod yes
torday from Omah whore ho wont to
hnvo an examination. An x-ray detor
mined chronlo ulcor of tho atcmach
ub his trouble which It Is holloved
will yield to trcatmont and thus avoid
Soptombor 18, 1916.
Board mot pursuant to adjournment.
Pronont Hormlnghausen, Springer,
Whlto nnd county clerk.
Resignation of R. F .Soulos, ovorsoer
of District 17 Is hereby accopted.
Claims allowed on goneral fund:
A. C. Durtcn, refund of roal estate
taxes, 1012, 13, and 14, excessive Valu
A. P Kelly, printing, $128,00.
D. 1). White, services and mllago,
Lincoln County Agricultural Society,
county fair, $800.00.
Romlngton Typewriter Co, supplies,
Precinct assessor's claims allowed
H. E. Andorson, Buchanan, $72.33.
H. B. Attoborry, gprlngdalo, $39.00
R. C. Durko, Brady, $114.00
Orcoloy Bundy, North Platto No. 4,
J. M. Burnett, Nowoll, $78.00.
F. J. Dlonor, North Platto No. 3,
John Dlscoo, Payne, $58.30,
Bort Evarts, Jeffrey, $55.08.
J. H. Fitch, Willow, $68.20.
Ooo. O. Fowlor, sJollors, $55.20.
S. J. Filbert, Modloino, $111.04.
August draff, Walkor, $75.88.
R. E. Qiosborgor, Somerset, $75,80.
E. L. Garrison, Woll, $60.00. '
Fred Griffiths, Dickons, $121.35.
John J. Qlnapp, Oaslln, $81.00.
Jesse Hlghborgor, Plant, $84.00.
C. P, Howard, Rosedale, $120.00.
Torkol Jepson, Fox Creok, $84:80.
F. M. Kusor, Cox, $79.GQ. .
D. W. Kunkol, Kom, $30.00
C. S, Kilmer Tnblo, $07.35
Will Lano, Whlttler, $53.C0.
Fred Loudon, North Platto No. 1,
L. C". Marovlsh, Sunshlno, $81.40.
Otto Mcsmer, Lemon, $60.00
J. W. Martin, Siuhorlnnd, $173.50
D. E. Martin, BIrdwood, $05.0P.
J. W. Nugont, Maxwoll, $144.00
J. P. Nystrom, Vroman, $70.15.
.Clias Oman, Antolopo,$96.00.
'T. L. O'Rourko, Cottonwood, $111.00
G. R. Phillips, Hooker, $58.00.
Jonathan Pcaso, Harrison, $49.75.
M. L. Smith, Garfield, $72.50.
J T. Stcphons, Deor Crook, $60.10.
S G. Swanson, Wallace, $163.00.
II. W. Strickland, Pcckhnm, $03.90
B. M. Btackhouso, Osgood, $43.85.
F D. Tatman, Myrtlo, $59.00
Chas, A. Wyman, Hlnman, $105.00
I. E, Wnro, Nichols, $124.40
Gus Wlonborg, Miller. $51.00
B. A. Wilson, North Platto No. 2,
O, II. Covoll Hall, 123.50.
B. F. Roso, road work, Dlst.
James Ross, road work, Dlst.
J. H. Roso, road work Dlst,
O. F. Purdy, rend work, Dlst.
Louis Macoy, road work, Dlst. 31,
C. L. Grant, road work Com, Dlst. 2
Whoroupon tho board adjourns until
O. W. YOST,
soptcmbor, 19, 1910.
Board mot pursuant to adjourn
mont, Presont Hermlnghauson, Spring
or and county clork.
L. W. Edls, road work, Com. Dlst. 3,
NobraBka Tolophono Co. toll chargos,
July and Juno, $20.b3.
Nobrnska Tolophono Co. ront for
Sept. $18.75. '
W. R. Thoislng, road Avork Com
u. ii. Leiningor. auto lilro. $10.95.
Board spent balanco of day vlowlng
roads in west part of county and stood
adjourned to Sopt. 22, 1916.
C. W. YOST,
John TIgho roturnod' today from
Lexington whoro uo visited hlsdnugh
tor for a week. . .
Bdrnoy Guymnn has roturnod from
Fremont whoro ho attondod ' a. shoot
jnot wook. ,
Mrs. Frank Gardner has roturnod
from Co'zad whero bIio visited rela
tives Xer two days.
Mrs. Houry WncUer of Wllber. who
has been a guest at the- Lundgrnf
qoiiiq will loayo Sunday.
Dr. C. E. Lano, of Cuba, 111., Who
camo bore sovoral months ago has
rented tho tho (two front rooms on
tho second floor of tho Bolton building
and will open a dental offlco thore.
Report of tho condition of the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At North Platto, In the stato of Nobr
Ua, at the close of business On Septem
ber 12, 191C.
LotiiiH nnd din
on rod 2C3.61
U. 8. bonds de
posited to mo- -,'
cure elrdulatlon .
tnnr value). . .1100,000,00
Doaltod to hct
euro U. S. de
Total u. 8. bonds
Hondo other thnn
U. 8. bonds
pledged to se
cure postal sav
than U.H. bonds
ed unnledtrod 10.IC7.03
Total bonds, eo-
Stock of Fodor-
Hank (SO per
Kaulty In bnnlf-
Furnlturo and j
rioal estate own
ed other than
Net amount due
Not amount duo
New York, Chl
ciiko, and St
Not amount duo
In other reeorvp
Not amount duo
rrom bunks nna
In 10 or 11
Other chocks on
ImnkH In tho
town as report
and cunts ....
Notes of other
- bank notes . . .-
Coin and curtlll-
with u. H.
due from U. H.
You run nlunyH rely on the rintto
Tnller State llnnk to furnish tou with
1 funds vl$n you dcslro to piirclmso.
your M'Intor feeders. v
Our rates mn terms nre the bwit. you
can obtain In this territory nnd wo'vo
eliminated nil "red .tape' , from the
I , . Call and talk It over with ono of our '
V , ' officers at your earliest convenience, . ' HL '
C Platte Vy State Bank ' 7
VI North Platto, Nobraska. s
2,492.15 . v 3
Less current ex-
, ponses ana tax
Not nmount duo
to bnnkB nnd
Included In 31
nud 32) :
Do in and Denoslta
Indlvldunl do- , , ,
to cheek 387.048.44
deposit due In
Ichh than 30
United HtnteH de-
nofllts . -,-Ti
State of Nobradkn, County of Lincoln ss.
I, P. L. Mooncy, Cashier of the nbovo
namcd bank, do solemnly swear that
tho abovo ntntoment Ih true to tho .host
of my knowledge nnd holtof.
i1'. u. jauuiNiui, uasnior.
Subscribed nnd sworn to beforo mo
this 18th day of Soptmber, 1916.
N. 13. UUCKL13Y, Notary 1'ubllc.
k. l'. sEEtinnaRit,
HAY C. I.ANaKOltD,
JOHN J. HALLIQAN,
Teacher of Singing
Studio 122 West Front Street.
DIt. JOHN S. TWINEM
Special Attention to
Surgery,' Gynecology and Obstetrics.
IfOItTH I'LATTE, NEB.
Nurso Bnciwn Memorial Horipltal.
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D.,
rhyslciau and Surgeon ,
Office B. & L. Building, Second Floor.
Phono, Office, 83; Residence 38.
W. J. HOLDEltNESS
Wring Storngo Batteries
Phono1 176. .
Grocery orders to 32
Thoy will given prompt and
MINNESOTA MUTUAL Id EE
It's tho household word in Western
Nobraska. It's Old Lluo, tho best icon
oy can buy. It'a what you noed, for a
savings bank and Insuranco that in
suros. Thoy nil buy It,
"Tlioro is h Konson"
For further Information
Phono, call or nddross
J. B. SEBASTIAN, Stato Agent,
The Oli Line Mas
NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA,
Lincoln County Fair -:- -:-
September 25th-30th, 1916.
3rOM)AV, SEPTEMHEU 2:th
, 8 p. m. Opening of Midway. ,
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th"
D!0 a. m. Rocolvlng of exhibits, stock, otc.
2"Tp, m. Free Attractions.
7:80 p. m. Free Attractions.
WEDNESDAY,. SEPTEMBER 2fth
9 a. m. Receiving of exhibits otc. N
12 o'clock. Closing of Entries.
2 p, m. Frao Attractions.
7:30 Fro Attractions.
THURSDAY, , SEPTlpIBER 2Sth
This is -Logan, Mcl'herson, Keith, Arthur nnd Per
kins Counties tiny, she is going to lie n Hummer.
9 a, m. Grand Opening of all exhibits.
10:30 a. m. Free Attractions.
1 p. m. Bettor Babjos Contest.
1:30 p. m. Wild West Program and Races. Wild
Horfso Race. Wild Mule Race, mules must be rode
with surclnglo only. This Is glvon undar tho manage
ment of Caso and- Stebblns, tho wild west boys who
know how to rldo thorn. Bucking contest open to
the world. Tho Fair Association offers $25 in cash
for tho best bucking horse or mulo brought In (only
ono entry by slnglo party) and in addition offors. $30
In cash far tho best rldors. Money , to bo divided
$1C.00, $10.00, $5.00. Mile Dash. Trotting Race, 3
heats. mile Cow Girl Race. mile Oow Boy Race.
5-8 Milo Dash.
8V p. m. Special meeting Nobraska . Stockholders
Farmers Life Insuranco Co. at Court House.
Midway open until 11 p m. each ovenlng.
, FRIDAY, SEPTJDniER 29th
This is Custer, Dawson nnd Frontier Counties
Dny. Everybody will bo present from John
to Henry nnd from Snlly to Susan. It is nlso CHIL
DREN'S DAY, tnjio off your lints to Young Amerlcri.
9 a. m. Opening of exhibits and attractions.'
10:30 a. m. Free Attractions. 10:40 a. m. Boy's
Sports and Ball Game
1 p. m. Bettor Babies Contest.
l:30p. m. Parado on track of all horses, cattle, etc.
2:00 p. m. Boys and Girls Race. (Seo special pro
gram). 100 yard dash, H. S. Boys' Loving cup. Polo
Vault, H. S. Boys' Prilo Loving Cup. Foot Ball Game,
two fifteen mlnuto halvgs, 1st team N. P. H. S. vs.
2d team N. P. II. S. Saddle Race, mile. Bundlo
Jtace mile. Pacing Raco 1 mile. Yi mile Pony
Raco. Mule 'Wagon Raco mile. Two mile Relay
7:30 p. m. Free Attractions on tho Midway.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 80th, LINCOLN COUNTY- DAY
Saturday is going to bo the big day of tho fair.
This Is Autcmobllo Day and you are going to seo-eomo
of the most Interesting niid bfcst automobile races
ever seen In Western Nebraska. On this day overy-1
body stays over, for she Is going to bo a hummer
from start to finish. '
9 a. m. opening of exhibits and attractions.
10:30 Freo Attractions. , ,
1 p. m. Botter Baby Contest ,
1:30 Speaking by Hon. M. P. Kinkald.
2 p. m: Shetland Pony Race mile. 'Freo Attrac
tions. Potato Raco on Horses; Free for All Trot or.
Pace Raco, 1 milo, Lincoln County Horsos only, Freo
Attractions; Two Mile Relay Raco; Novelty Auto
mobile race, five events (See, special program) ; 5
Mile Motorcycle Raco, 10 Milo Automobile Raco op'on
to the world.
No charge will bo made in the ovenliigs. Admis
sion Free. General Admission will oniy be charged
Iho last three days.
General Admissions 50
-Children over 10 and Hinder 15 25
Bleachers 10 and .20
Grand Stand 15 and 25
Friday is Children's Day
-And tho following Prices will provall.
Children under 10 FREE
Children over 10 and under 15 10
Ages from 15 to 18 i.,'. .25
Genenal Admission . 50
Come to the Biggest and Best. Fair in Western Nebraska.
W. D. FISHER, Secretary.
For Additional Program
and Particulars write
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and 'Surgeon.
Special Attention given to urgery
Office: Building and. Loan Building
1 IVBOIUCIIUB U
J. 15. IIEDFIEL1).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
PHYSICIAN SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs. Redflcld & Redfleld
Office Phone 642 Res. Phono 676
Bought and highest market
Residence Red G3C
C. H. WALTERS.
Nothing "Would Plonso Huslmnd
or Father Horo Thnn n Box
of Our Cigars.
Please him becnuso they nro good
Cigars mndo from good tobacco
mndo well by hand mndo fresh.
Ask the men who liavo been smoking
our cigars for 25 years ns. to their
lYo carry n full lino of smokers'
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
To Ina Fishbaugh, non-resident do
You aro horoby notified that on tho
10th day of May. 191C, George Fish
baugh lllbd a petition against you In
tho District Court of Lincoln County.
Nebraska, tho object and Iprayor of
which n to obtain a dlvorco from
you upon tho grounds of oxtromo
oruolty and adultery. You are ro
quired to answer Bald petition on or
bonoro Monday tno sotii day or Octo
by George N. Glbbs, Ills attorney.
DEIUtYBEMlY & FOBBES,
Undertakers nud Funeral Directors
Day Phone 234.
Night .Phone Black 688.
Offlco 333 , Res. Black 613
I)E. HAROLD A. FENNER
G Roynpld Building
Office houts 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
7 p. m. ;to 8 p. m.
Hospital Phono Black 633.
House Phono Black 633.
TV. T. FRITCIIARD,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218-south Locust St,
one-half block southwest of the"
NO OILS OR SALTS NEEDED.
Tho onlv dlscovorv tn vonrs for
Stomach, Liver, Constipation, Dizzl-
ness mid iienunciie.
T. y. 11. TABLETS.
At Stone's Drug Storo.
To Herman EInsitoIn, Matilda EIn
stein, Leopold Einstein, Max Einstein,
Hoiou aiustoln, Daniel Theodore Eln
stoln, and Grotchon Clara Einstoln,
and tho unknown owners and unknown
claimants to tho North one-half of lthe
North ono-half of Section Twonty-six,
Township Sixteen, North of Rango
Twonty-nine, West and being tho heirs,
devlsoos, legatees, and personal repro
sonitatlvos of Louis Josopk Einstein,
Horman Einstoln, Matilda Einstein,
Lqypold Einstoln, Max Elnsoln, Holon
uinsoin, junnioi iiieoaoro juinsiein,
and Gretchen Clara Einstoln, Defen
You will tako notlco that on itho 13th
day of Soptombor, 191C, Wosley T. Wil
cox ana John J. Halllga. plaintiffs
horoin filed their amendment petition
in tho district court of Lincoln coun
ty, Nobraska against said dofondants,
tho object and prayer of which is for
a partition of tho North half of tho
North half of section twonty-six, town
ship slxteon, North or Range twonty
nine, west of tho Cth P. M. in Lincoln
County, Nebraska equally botlwcon tho
plaintiffs and tho defendants; one-half
to tho plaintiffs and Uio other half to
tho dofondants; nnd if said land can
not bo equitably divided that tbo same
bo sold and out of the proceeds, tho
cost of thoso proceedings bo paid, that
tho plaintiffs bo paid one-bnlf of tho
monoy which they have paid out for
taxes on said land wtUi Interest, and
that tho balanco of tho money bo
divided ono-half to the plaintiffs and
one-half to tho defendants.
You nro required to answer said
amended petition on or beforo tho 30th
day of Octobor, 1916.
Dated Sept. 14th. 1916.
"Wesloy T.Wilcox and John J. Halli
gun, Plaintiffs. sl7-o!3
Notico to Creditors.
Es.tato of John N. Bonner, De
ceased. In the County Court of Lincoln
Tho Stato of Nebraska, ss. Credi
tors of Bald estato will tako ' notice
that tho tlmo limited for presentation
and filing of claims against said es
tato is April 20, 1917, and for se
tlomenit of said estate is September
16, 1917, that I will sit at tho county
court room In said county on Octdber
20, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m and on
Marcli 20, 1917, at 9 o'clock a. m., to
receive, examine, hear, alloKv, or ad
Just all claims and cibJecMons duly
filed. GEO. E. FRENCH,
sl9-ol7 County Judgo.
, SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
from tho district dourt of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure ifondered in said court
whoroln Zara I. Mitchell Is plaintiff
and John Rlchnrd-Noary Is dofondant,
and to rao directed, I will on tho 30th
day of September, 1910, at a o'clock p.
m., at tho oast front door of tho court
houso in North Platto, Lincoln county,
jeurasKa, sen at puuuc auction to
tho highest bidder for cash, to satisfy
saiu uecreo, interest anu costs, tho
following doscrlbod property, towit:
Tho undivided one-half () into'-cst
or Lot oignt, is), uiock ono hundred
and five, (105) In North Platto No
Dated North Platto, Nob., August
26th, 1910. A, J. SALISBURY,..
a29s29. ' Sheriff.
Notlco of Final Report.
Estato of Sarah Jane Meyers, de
ceased, In the County Court of Lincoln
Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all per
sons interested in said Estato tako no
tico that tho Administrator has field
n final account and report of his ad
ministration and a petition for final
settlement and discharge as such, and
praying for his discharge and a decrco
of descont and distribution, which has
been sot for hearing beforo said court
on Octobor 6th, 1916, at 9 o'clock a,
m., whop you may appear and contest
Dated September 11, 1916.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
81203 County Judgo.
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