The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, October 24, 1916, Image 11

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    Semi-Weekly Tribune
IEA L. BABE, Editor and Publisher.
One Tear by Mull In Artrnnco.... $1.25
One Year y Cnrrior In Advnuco..$lJ0
Entered at North Platte, Nebraska,
Postofflco as Second ClaBS Mattor.
Hnlllgnn Sf 111 at tlio Front.
Many voters of tho county may not
Ijo aware of tlio fact that P. R. Ilnlll
gan, the republican candidate for
county nttornoy, Is atlll on tho Moxl
can bordor as captain of Co. E, Fifth
Itoglmont, Nebraska National Guards.
Wlion tho call for voluntoors waa
mode, Mr. Halllgan .promptly respond
ed, and was largoly responsible for
tho organization of tho North Platto
company. Advices from tho border are
that the Nobraska regiments will bo
kepi thoro for several weeks yet, thus
doprlvlug Mr. Halllgan of nn opportun
ity to campaign In his behalf. It seems
to ua that no campaign should bo noc
csBary for Mr. Halllgan; that voters
regardless of political complexion will
concludo that any man who Is patriot
ic onough to responds to tho call of
his country when it Is threatened
with war, Is entitled to their support
without bdlng solicited. Wo would hold
to that vlow oven though Mr. Halllgan
wero a democrat.
Arrostofl for Hootlcgglng.
Charley Tumor, colored porter at
tho Robhouson harbor shop, was ci
roBted yostcrday on tho chargo of sell
ing liquor, tho salo on which tho
chargo is made occurring Saturday
ovonlng wlion it is alleged he d'apcied
of n pint of whiskey to Karl Schick
of this city. It has been ru
mored at times for sovor'al months
Jpast that Tumor has been selling
liquor, but not until yesterday could
ovldonco sufficient to causo an arrowt
bo secured.
Ho was arralgnod yestorday after
noon, pioad not guilty and tho caso
sot-for hearing Thursday,
, ::o::
Owing to tho ongngomont of tho
Birth, of a Nation at tho Keith this
wook, Gloria's Romanco and also tho
morchants' frco matlnoo will bo hold
at the Crystal this week, Pleaso bear
this in mind,
Tor Quick Salo -Ono of tho beni
lmlldlng nots on west Cth St; 0GxlS2.
sidewalk in and sowor and gas In al
loy. This lot must bo sold by .Nov. 1st
and can bo sccurod at a bargain. In
qulro of 6. R. Robinson 322 Wost Sec
ond etroot. 81-2
Col. Qoo. T. Pattorson, who had boon
stationed in tho Philippines for two
years, Wb a guest at tho homo of his
father T. C. Pattorson, Saturday and
Sunday, whllo onrouto to Now York.
Colonel, Pattorson, who Is in coast do
fonso sorvico will probably bo as
signed to duty at San DIolgo, Cal.
Reports received at tho dry fodor
aon lioadquartors at Lincoln and
Omaha from all ovor tho state Indi
cate!, thnt prohibition will carry hy
a big majority. Even in counties nor
mally wot, the sentiment in favor of.
dryJs growing rapidly. Tho oflBuranpo
of ntdry victory should not, however,
boKol'-'a luko warm spirit. Tho blggor
tho mnjprltythb greater tho victory.
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lik IV, 'itEItMINGirAUSEN.
Democratic CiYntllditto for County
, (JojuitilsBlonor, First District.
Yottr Hupport on tho 7th of Novem
ber Is solicited on tho rocord ho. has
mada during tho paat threo years,
which rocord la open and above board
and your Investigation of It is courted.
During those three years ho has aimed
to servo tho taxpayers In a conscien
tious way, has transacted tho business
of' tho counly in a fair and Impartial
innnnor, and has taken as much inter
est in county nffalrB and applied tho
snmo careful methods as ho would to
Ills private business. Ho bolloves that
if offlcloncy counts ho is entitled to
your 'consideration and your sup
port. (Advortlsomont.)
Otto Nelson, U. P. traveling storo
keeper, transacted business hero yes
terday1. '
Fireman Carl Skaggs loft at noou
Friday for Omaha to take tho exam
ination for engineer.
U. P. Special Agent R. L., North re
turned Sunday evening from Hastings
where ho spent a week.
Vic Anderson, U. P, superintendent
lioro loft yestorday afternoon for
Grand Island to remain scvoral days.
Firemen James McNoll and Walter
Johnston went to Omaha last evening
to take tho examination for engineers.
C. H. Studovant, of Denver, came
hero tho latter part of last week to
tako chargo of tho Amorlcan Express
A, E. Erlcksdn, who had been in
chargo of tho American Express Co.
for a year past, resigned thb latter
part of last weok.
Ralph Hanson, formerly of tho U.
P. freight offlco yesterday accepted "a
position In tho Union Pacific storo
room as stenographer.
Trainmaster Adams, of SIdnoy,
spent tho week end hero on business
and visiting his son Christie ""Adams
who has boon vory ill.
J. II. Peck, traveling managing
agont for tho American Express Co.,
who frequently visited horo was trans
ferred to tho Omaha offlco tho lattor
part of last week.
W. S, Wllmot, formerly U. P. di
vision storekeeper at jbranha, wh
frequently transacted business at tho
local storo room, was transferred to
Choyonno this week. D. B. Allen,
formerly gonoral storo keeper, will bo
his successor.
John Frcderlcl, of tho B. & B. de
partment, camo down frbm Novins
tho lattor part of last weok to seek
men to assist In tho work thoro. Sov
oral extra holpors are needed and
'thoso in chargo find It difficult to got
onough men to meet tho demand.
P. L. Burmood, a formor fireman
and onglnoor of this city, who has boon
living on his farm near Somerset for
four yoars, returned to town yester
day and ro-ontered the sorvico as pns
songer flroman. During' his nbsence
ho succeeded in holding his rights.
A special train having as passen
gers mombors of tho Ames family of
Now York and Chiof Engineer Huntley
passed wost Sunday night, Tho party
goes to Sherman hill to mako ,ar
'fangomontfl to movo tho.Amoa monu
ment from its present .location 'to, a
slto at Sherman station.
T. L. Hall, ono of tho state railway
commissioners, Bays that In tho pnBS
ago of tho Adamson eight-hour law
for tralnraon, tho Stato Railway com
mission in tho futuro will bo compolled
to tako into consideration tho amount
of additional monoy It will take for
tho railroads to pay this extra money
In Nebraska when -considering any
application for a ralso In rates or
for finy application which may come
up covering tho cost of. oporatlon.
Jurors for November, Tornu
Fallowing are tho Jurors fdVho
term of court which convonos Novem
ber 20th:
W. T. Aldon . . . North Platte,- N.q. 2
T.'L. Bakor Somerset
Alox Brown Miller
It. Gi, Uurko Brady
R. A. Bockus... . Plant
Elmer Centos N.orlh Platte No.' a
W, 0. Elder, Vroman
Harry Fleishman.. North Platto No. 3
John Groon,,..,i t...Galin
Charles aorkln.,.-... ..Well
William Iloyso.,,. North Platto No. 4
Goorgo LcDJoyt,.', Nichols
Henry Layton ...Maxwell
L. D. Nowton Modlcino
Elmor Owons North Platte No. 4
James Smallwood. .North Platto No. 1
E. K. Soudor, Door Crook
Fred SImantB Hall
Lostor Tarklngton. .North Platto No. 4
John Tllllon Nichols
CharloB Thomas Dickons
William Wcakloy. . . , Willow
RoyBco Wolllvor...... North Roscdalo
J. R. Whlto Sutherland
Kill The Chill
See our window for some
thing attractive in a gas room
You need it before you start
the furnace or base burner.
North Plattelight&Power Co,
Dr. Morrill, Dentist.
Ted Bogue, of tho state university,
spent tho week end visiting his
Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stono Drug
Miss Nina VanDorun returned Sun
day morning from Chappoll whre sho
visited friends. .
Miss Mario Martini went to Hershoy
Suudny ovonlng to visit her sister, Mrs
Fred Rasmussen.
Miss leabcllo Walkor, who 'has been
visiting in Molroso for Homo time;
will return today.
Mrs. Charles Barrons, and child, of
Molroso, are expected fiorc' this weok
to visit hor parents Mr. and Mrs. Con
Mrs, Bowmanf of Wood IUve, spent
tho week end visiting ho . driughter
Mrs. Elmor Coatcs whllo onrouto to
Houbo for Rent S)lx rtfoms and
cellar at COG south Chestnut strefct.
Inquire at 115 west Fifth street, Mrs.
M. E. Gregg. ' 80tt
Found Ynlo Key 'on ring attached
to loathor case. Owner can' have same
by calling at this offlco and paying
for this notice.
Jako Pizcr, who conducts ono of the
most wldoly patronized .mercantile
houses In Grand Island, visited his
brothor Julius Pizer in this city" yes
terday, Wo are in need of a 'First-class
salesman to handlo our agency In
North Platto and surrounding terri
tory. Grand Union Tea Co., 510 South
lGth, Omaha, Nebr. 81-3
For ' Salo Quick Meal ' Gasoline
Rango for $10 and a tfteel rango
(Rango Eternal with bright steel top)
good as now, $40. Inqulro of Mrs. O.
W. Brandt, Hotel McCabe. 80-2
From 22 to 25 and more mlic3 to
tho gallon of gas, 7000 to 10,000 miles
to tho sou of modorato priced tires,
mako your Dodgo Brothers car an
economical pleasuro car, and verv
easy and comfortable with all. Jjt,.
J. V. ROMIGH, Dealer.
Miss Sybil Gantt, who Is attending
tho state university, spent tho week
ond with tho home folks.
E. F. Seebergor loaves today for
Omaha to attend tho sessions of tho
stato bankers' association.
A baby boy was born tho latter part
of last Week to Mr. tnd Mrs. A. C.
Coberly, of Goring, formerly of this
Mrs. H. N. Smith loft yesterday
morning for Lowellon to visit friends
for a week or longor.
Mrs. Charles Vernon, who had been
visiting in Grand Island, returned tho
latter part of last weok.
For Rent Rooms for housekeeping.
400 east Third.. '
Mrs. Charlos Burroughs and niece,
who visited In : Chappoll last week,
came homo a few days ago.
. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rowloy, who
were married last' week, at Boolus, are
oxpectcd to roturn homo, this evening.
Chovrolot cars, repair parts and ser
vice at J. V. Romigh garage.
Rags, for a short timd $1.00 per 100.
Must bo sacked. Paying a good prlco
for all kinds of metals and rubber.
Bonos $10 per ton, but must bo dry.
Tho enrollment In tho Catholic
school during -'the past threo weeks
was Increased by ten now pupils, mak
ing a total of ono hundred and thirty
Room and board in private homo,
close in, phono Red 117. 80tf
Mrs. Cathorlne V. McDonald, of
Sutherland, well known nmong tho lo
cal people, died tho lattor part of last
week. Tho funeral servces were hold
Saturday afternoon and tho remains
taken to Cozad for intormont.
Little eye ills grow to big one
koep thom littlo and they'll trouble
you littlo. Harry Dixon, Jeweler and
, Ira Simpson, who has been on the
Mexican border with Company E for
several months, is expected to return
homo In a short tlmo. His return is
mado necossary by tho physical con
dltlon of his mother.
Supplying Your Needs
The most important thin&
to'a man engaged in any line
of businesS'is to be sure that
his legitimate needs are
adequately" supplied.
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The McDonald State Bank
studies the needs of its
customers and provide for
them to as great a degree as
is consistent with sound,
safe banking.
If you need money for any
legitmate purpose and are
entitled to it, you may obtain
it from us at the lowest
current rates and with the
least possible trouble.
That is one way in which
we serve our customers,
among wnom we hope soon
to numbet you.
McDonald State Bank.
It's A Pretty Good Plan To Shingta
Before the roof begins to leak;
It's a pretty good plan to batten
Before tho wind begins to shriek;
It's A Pretty Good Plan To Build Seme Shads
To keep this under cover
Tho plows, cultivators, binders
And one thing and another.
And you'll find it a pratty, food plan
Lumbar and Building .Material Bills
Coates Lumber & Coal Co.
North Platte, Nebr.
Lutheran Brotherhood Will Bnnijticf.
Tho annual banquet of the Lutheran
Brothorhood will be hold Friday ev
ening of thisweck In the Episcopal
church basemimtj Covers will bo laid
for about oho hundred, and tho speak
er of tho evening will be Dr. Yarger,
ono of tho best known orators of that
denomination In thb west. The ban
quet will bo served by tlio ladles of the
Mrs, H. C. Brock entertained tho
Travol and Study club .at . hor homo
last ovonlng. 'Miss Whlttakor read a
paper on "Mrs. Itlppen of Philadel
phia," Mrs. Simms ono on tho "Boxer
War In China," and Mrs. Goodman
'Characteristics of the ChlneSb Peo
ple '
Tho defendants, Robert S. Hoppor
and Mrs. Robert S. Hoppor, his wife,
first namo unknown, will tako notice
that on the 2nd day of October, 191G,
the plaintiff Herein, Frances A. Ben
nett, filed hor petition In tho district
court of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
against said aefendants. the object
and prayer of which is to foreclose a
cortaln mortgage executed by the de
fondant, Robert S. Hoppor, as a singlo
man, to tho plaintiff herein upon tho
following dscrlbed real estato, to-wlt:
Tho Southeast quarter of Section 5,
Township 15 North, Rango 30 West, In
Lincoln County, Nebraska,, to secure
tho payment of ono certain promissory
noto dated at Frooport, Illinois, on tho
9 th day of Sptembor, 1914, duo two
yoars after date, for tho sum of Threo
Hundred and no ono hundredths
($300.00) Dollars, drawing Interest at
tho rato of sovon per cent per annum
payable semi-annually, until due, and
ten per cent per nnnum aftor due. That
there was due oipoh said noto at tho
dato of tho filing of the petition herein
the sum of Threo Hundred, olid Fdrty
soven and 97-100 ($347.97) Dollars
with Interest thereon at the rate' of 10
per cent por annum from said dato.
Plaintiff prays for a decreo that tho
defendants bo required to pay tho
samo or that tho premises abuvo des
cribed may bo sold to satisfy the
amount found duo and for such other
rollof as Is Just and equitable.
You and each of you are required
to answer said petition on or before
Monday tho 11th day of December,
Dated this 23rd day of Octobor, 191G.
o24nl7 Her Attorneys.
Mutual Building &Loan Assn.
ASSETS $840,000.00
To Prospective Building & Loan Borrowers;
Non-resident Building & Loan Companies are adver-'
tising the fact that they have reduced the monthly payments
of borrowers to $1.10 per month on each $100.00 borrowed,
making the monthly payment the same as the Mutual Build
ing & Loan Association of North Platte. They fail to slate
that of the $1.10 paid to the non-resident company, there is
only thirty-five cents credited as a principal payment, the
balance seventy-five cents being taken for interest. Of the
$1.10 m6nthly payment, to this association on each $100.00
borrowed sixty cents is for interest and fifty cents is credited
as a principal payment.
This difference in the amount credited the borrower
will result in the borrower in the non-resident company be
ing compelled to pay not less than $25.00 more on each
$100.00 borrowed in order to discharge the debt than they
would if they were doing the business with this Association.
Mutual Building & Loan Association
Yimwahttoknow who the Candidates are.
I am a Candidate for Representative nominated
by Democrats of this county.
I am willing to serve you, your vois is solicited
Sincerely, ; , ,
Butler Buchanan.
tln RluaitiiiiiiiirfjrtmiuHR-ntirji i-,n...kuniMii.iI. . . . . Lit
"Why, sir, the Union may be preserved from dismember
ment by this proposed railroad."
gack of the name "Union Pacific"
was the certain knowledge that this
railroad must be built to htldthe Union together. And
when thclinc was finished, a feeling of security and a
wave of rejoicing swept the country from coast to
coast. No other public or sepii-public -enterprise
ever was so popular.
.x. 'T10 h' d,l!n",td the or'8n of thil road but the director of
the Union Pacific have never ceased to regard the great iyitem
Attaitonal iJiMo-norhavethey ever failed to maintain
cy of the Union Pacrfic than were spent in building the original
hne. It is properly called "The Standatd Road ol.the West."
Jtins East and IVett with a Boulevard of Sieel
General Passenger Agent
Omaha, Neb.
CACT7TV l?riC5nr i 300
Uni lul 1 J. JUCJ Rooms
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frlendrrlncT.atthJWnere HUcltraen toP- fln" ur
,.?S?i1P5w loIutrfr fir. proof hotel. We welcome th. Stockmen. We'll make
f, Hfoa?i!?blc n1 ?r rate are moat reasonable In the city. Itoorai with private- toilet
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