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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1919)
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JULY 1, 1919.
IIENny SELLS KAXCII AT
MAXWELL FOR AKOUND $00,000
Chas. Hondy has sold under contract
to Alfred C. Coombs, who has, boon
living south of Horshoy, his ranch at
Maxwell for a consideration of around ,
'Sixty thousand dollars. Tho ranch
contains 1280 acres, 480 of which is
bottom hay land. I
Part of this land was acquired by j
Mr. Hendy after his honorable dls-
charge from the army at Fort Mc-1
Pherson In the early 70's, and the bal
ance purchased somewhat later.
Mr. Combs will take possession next
Wilcox & llnllignn Dissolve
The law firm of Wilcox & Halligan,
which has existed since January 1,
189G, has been dissolved by mutual
consent, July 1, 1919. Tho firm suc
ceeded Grimes & Wilcox when Judge
Grimes was elected to the district
honcb. and has been continued since
that time. Mr. Wilcox retires from
the firm as he no longer desires to
remain in active practice, but will
still have office with the new firm and
will participate In closing up tho old
business. Tho new firm organized to
take the place of Wilcox & Halligan
consists of John J. Halligan, Robert
H. Deatty and Victor H. Halligan. and
will bo known as Halligan. Beatty &
Best grades Monogram, "Wolf Head
and Hcrniolino oils for yonr car, 20
cents per quart at Hendy-Ogicr Auto
Tonight and Tomorrow
In a mighty drama' of the
He gave to the limit, for the
happiness of the women he
100 PEU CENT OX
SECOND AND THIRD
Last week was "no accldont week"
on tho railroads of the Central-Western
region, and while tho result on tho
Union Pacific system is not now oi
talnablc, It la known at this terminal
that no accidonts occurred on the Sec
ond and Third districts the district
east and the district west ot North
Platte. This rates those two districts
as in the 100 per cent class, and the
North Platte englnemen and trainmen
are to bo congratulated on their care
fulness and efficiency. One minor ac
cident is reported on tho Fourth dis
trict, this occurring at Pino Bluff
when a woman living In an outfit car
was bruised when a switching engine
bumped a string of cars Into tho outfit
On the Fifth district nn employe of
th,e round house at Laramie was burn
ed while pouring oil Into a fire box
of an engine.
The worst accident of the week on
the system seems to have been the
engine explosion near Schuyler, which,
however, was fortunate in that only
tro engineer was burned and he not
Dr. Geo. B. Dent returned yesterday
morning from Rochester, Minn., where
he went to visit T. C. Patterson. Ho
left Mr. Patterson feeling Improved,
but It will be a couplo of weeks be
fore an operation will be performed
The Rexall handles the goods. tf
It cost Raymond Johnson $9.80 Fri
day for excessive speed driving on the
streets. The former penalty of one
dollar and costs has been discarded;
It Is now "five and costs," and Judgo
Mlltonberger can say It without bat
ting an ye.
See our high grade line of wrist
watches. We have one at $110.00 that
Is inndo of 14K gold platinum and four
diamonds; this will interest you wo
are sure. Call In and see us. H. Dixon,
the quality jeweler.
Special Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, Middles $1.05 ut the Style
Tho sand pit down at the South
river bridge is now a favorite and
largely patronized swimming hole.
Men, women, boys and girls, arrayed
In scanty bathing attire frequent the
placo by the dozens every evening.
Many of the boys are good divers and
swimmers and some of the girls swim
Tlib Methodist aid society will mest
in tho church parlors Thursday after
noon. Lunch will be Served.
America's favorite? actor.
A story of an American Cowboy King who sacrificed his
right to a coronet to aid his brother and win a girl. A
smashing tale of life in the Rocky Mountains.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
1 1 ii im .1 - I mi
Health Talk To. 12 by
The trouble known as asthma
is due to lack of nerve strength in
the lung passages. Overly sensi
tive or weakened nerves cause the peculiar gasp
ing and struggle that is characteristic of this
Spinal adjustments remove the cause by re
storing the nerves to normal free
dom and strength. Spinal ad
justments remove the nerve pres
sure which is the source of asth
FREE You can find out what
spinal adjustments will do in
your case by a call. Consultation
DRS. STATES & STATES
Tho P. S. C. Chiropractors.
Building and Loan Building
North IMfttte, - Nebraska..
During January I
began to suffer a re
currence of sovero
At tho timo I was
scarcely able to
work or get a
round. Four chiropractic
adjustments put mo
on my feet and gave
jno such relief Has
only one who has
suffered tho terri
ble torturo of asth
ma can appreciate.
A Sworn Statement.
SIX H0MJ3S AUK ENTERED
WITHIN TWENTl'.FOUlt HOURS
A bold burglar made n visitation to
at least four Fourth ward residences
Sunday night, and for his onorgy was
rowarded by a gold watch and six
dollars In cash. In two uf the home,s
ho awakened the Inmates else his bag
of loot would have been greater.
Entering tho B. F. Roblson homo ho
took a pair of overalls, carried thorn
to the porch and rilled them of a gold
watch, leaving tho overalls on tho
At the Will Owens' residence tho
thief gained entrance to tho kitchen
and In passing through the room
knocked a tin cup to tho iloor. This
awakened Mrs. Owens, who called to
her husband and tho burglar beat a
Tho home of Pcto Hayes was visited
and six dollars secured. Other valu
ables wore in sight but wero not mo
lested. At tho Slg. Scott residence the nobo
made by the burglar awakened Mrs.
Scott and upon her giving an alarm ho
made a hasty get-a-way.
Tho police aro working 'an clews
which may lead to an nrrest of a cer
The burglar, however, did not con
fine his efforts entirely, to tho Fourth
ward, for Saturday night two resi
liences on tho south side woro entered.
Some timo during the night tho homo
of PhH Deats at 221 south Sycamoro
was entered through a screen door
which was cut. Tho thief mado his
get-a-way with twelve dollars in cold
cash. Tho next move of the burglar
bold was to enter the residence of E.
R. Plumer, . gaining an entranco
through the basement. However, ho
was frightened away before he suc
ceeded inransacklng the premises.
In view of these house breakings it
will bo well for tho householder to
take extra precautions In locking tho
doors. We would also suggest that a
shot gun be kept handy It's easier to
get your man with a cun than with a
Brulo Here Sunday
In the ball game at the city park
next Sunday tho opposing team will
bo Brule. Just because Brule Is a
small station In Keith county, don't
think they do not have ball players
all speedy players do not live in largo
towns. The fact is tho Brulo team, if
reports aro correct, will mako North
Platto play its best t
. Tho time of calling ip game 'has
been changed to 3:30. This will give
timo for your two o'clock dinner to
settle before going to the park.
"Chlldrpn nf nanlalitnnnt" wna film
ed in the real Northwest country, and
the nlcturo certalnlv Hhnws it. Snmn
of tho most beautiful scenes lmagln-
nnio aro shown, and tho entire work
ing procedure of a lumbering camp Is
demonstrated.- The lofty peaks of the
Sierra Nevada Mountains, where tho
picture wos filmed, form tho back-
Kround thrnilirlinnt Vnrvnl lVTnn-
Gregor wrote tho scenario and di
rected ino picture. "Children of Ban
ishment" can bo seen tmilcrht. nnH .to
morrow at the Crystal theatrj.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ponnlturtnn nr.
rived home from Estes Park Saturday
evening,, their return being hastened
by the death of Mr. Pennington's fath
er at Staunton.
Wr. S. Dolson has sold to J. D. Wol
bach tho middle one of tho three hous
es he owns on west Sixth street for a
consideration of $6,500.
Ladles whlto kid colonials and
white cloth colonials at tho Shoe
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
C. R. Moroy will roturn today from
a business trip to Omaha.
Mrs. E. F. Sooberggr will entertain
Jlio Indian Card Club this afternoon,
Mrs. II. C. Brock will leave tomor
row for a visit with relatives in Fnlr
bury. Bit; salo of children's glnghnm
dresses now on at Tho Leader Mercan
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Russoll and son
returned Sunday from a visit In Chi
cago. For Rent Unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 902 east Third
Misses Adelo LoDioyt and Mabel Mc
Farland arc the guests of frlonds in
Bli; assortment of Middles, choice
$1.1).". at tho Stylo Shop, Tuesday,
Wednesday nnd Thursdny.
Mrs. Raluh Smith and chlldron havo
gono to Kearney to spend the week
ApronB nnd house dresses on snlo
at 95c, $1.45, $1.95, $2.45 and up at Tho
Loader Mercantile Co.'s.
,M1bs Elalno Bundy returned Sunday
from Wallaco whore she had been vis
iting her sister Mrs. Rancy.
Boys' rompors nnd wash suits on
said at 75c, 95c, $1.45, $1.95 and up a
ThoJ Leader Mercantile Co.'s.
Mrs. W. H, Malzo wont to Overton
Saturday, having been called thero by
tho 'sudden death of hor father.
Frank Strollberg, who lives near
Blrdwood siding, was called to Kenr
noy yesterday by the death of his fath
er. Eight young married ladles will hold
a picnic In tho hills this ovoning com
plimentary to Mrs. C. M. Reynolds of
Miss Irene Hill, of Charleston, S. C,
spent Saturdny hero as tho guest of
Paul Rutledge. Miss Hill Is onrouto
Mrs. T. L. Green went to Grand Is
and the latter part of tho week to visit
horifather who has been seriously ill
for 'some time.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Buckley and Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. It Morey leave Thursday
by auto for Hastings where they will
spend tho Fourth.
Boys rompers and waists on sale at
75cj 95c, $1.25 and up at Tho Leader
Mrs. H, James, neo Miss Helen Ta
tuJliL arrlved Saturday from Denver
anljjftrlll spend tho summer with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Tntuin.- '
Mr. and Mrs. Roo and daughter Jen
nie and Mr. and Mrs. Grndlo Turnc,
' of Junction City, Kansas, were guests
1 Friday of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Redmond,
j T. V. Swcnson, president of the new
' Union State Bank which will open In
i North Platto, is In town offering stock
in tho now Institution to merchnnta
' nnd others.
I The most wonderful b'argalns being
offered In children's gingham wash
drosses on palo at 98c, $1.39, $1.79,
S1.9S and $2.25 nnd up. Tho sale price
Is loss than tho cost of tho material.
Tho Leader Mercantile Co.
J. C. Pennington, father of H. L.
Pennington, died suddenly nt Staun
ton, Neb., last Friday. Tho deceased
was well known here, as he had been
with Loypoldt & Pcnnington-ns a trav
eling hay buyer and soller.
Tho directors of the Chamber of
Commerce met Inst evening and ap
pointed a committee to solicit funds
for band concerts on tho Fourth of
July and for weekly open air concerts
during tho summer. It Is also pro
posed to socuro camping grounds for
auto tourists who pass through the
LEST WE FORGET.
Starring Rita Jolivet, international
star. Survivor of the 111 Fated S. S.
Lusitania. 28,000 People employed
in making this Stupendous Produc
tion. What Her Eyes have seen Yours Shall see
Three Days, Commencing July 1st.
Prices Matinee 10 and 25 cents.
Evenings 15c and 35c including war tax.
TKANS-CONTINENTAI, FLIGHT IS
POSTPONED WITHOUT DATE
When tho trans-continental airplane
flight wns llrst proposed and a possible
dnto established, Weather Observer
Shilling of tho local office, wns di
rected to mako night temperature
maps dally. Yostexday ho received a
lottor stating that ho could discon
tinue making tho maps as tho flight
hud boon postponed without data. Ho
was further advised that in advance
of the selection of a futuro date for
making'tho flight ho would be ndvlsed
and tho making of the maps would bo
Wo people of North Platte can tlioro
foro havo poaco of mind for a time nt
least and not bo worried for fear that
wo would not bo nt tho landing placo
when tho piano arrived.
Mhlor While Passes Away.
A wlro received Saturday announced
tho death of Major Whlto nt Palo Alto,
Cal., his passing away being due to
noute kidney trouble. Mr. nnd Mrs
White were ndvlsed by wlro last
Thursday night of their son's condi
tion, and thoy left for California Fri
day morning. When thoy reached
Reno, Nevada, thoy wore handed a
message telling them of his doath.
Major had been a medical student nt
tho Loland Stanford University, and
was making exceptional progress in
his work. Ho wns a very brilliant
young man and had boforo him a very
Tho Masons recolvcd a messago lato
yesterday afternoon stating that tho
parents accompanied by tho remains
will start east today and aro "expected
to reach homo on train No. 20 Friday
evening at 5:20 west time.
You will llnd tho latest In whlto
footwear at tho Shoo Market.
A luncheon will bo served nt tho
Elks' homo noxt Thursday from twelve
"SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS"
DRAWS ItIG AUDIENCES
Harold Boll Wright's fascinating
talo "Tho Shepherd of the Hills" open
ed Its big two day engagement at tho
Keith theatro yostorday to Immense
In tho plcturlzed version of his Ptory
Wright prosents it from cover' to cov
or, rounding out ono of tho host high
class entertainments that Is offered in
Amorlcn'8 popular amusement todaj'i
the movie. The stage version of tho
hook attracted millions to tho theatro.
Manager Ralph Holmes, who Is Mr.
Wright's personal representative with
tho picture, states that according to
tho way peoplo aro flocking to tho the
atres wherovor tho plcturo is present
ed that the plcturo will out-mensuro
tho stage production for popularity.
Tho story Is too woll known to revlow
It from that angle It being a great
story of tho out doors ono can readily
seo tho plcturo possibilities and Mr
Wright has exploited them to a
It will bo given its last showing tonight.
Olork Wanted A young man ot
some experience preferred. Must bo
of onorgetlc ambitions. To the right
party this will tcrmlndto in a good
position. Call on Manager, Tho
Leader Mercantile Co.
Doputy Shorlff Chappoll went to
Goring last . night to bring back
"Chick" Clark who Is wanted "for
stealing a ring belonging to A. B.
Hoagland. Clark secured tho ring a
month or more ago and was finally lo
cated at Goring and Jailed.
Women's, mlssos' and children's sun
bonnets on salo at 47c by Tho Leader
LADIES' EXCLUSIVE HIGH GRADE FURNISHINGS
For Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Ladies' Nansook Teddy Bears, with lace and insertion
trimmings at $2.75. Others at $2.75 and up.
Lonsdale Night Gowns, full size and 'length, embroidery
trimmed at $1.76. Others at $1.75 up to $5.00.
Nansook Gowns, large and extra large sizes, in pink or
white, tfmcy trijnuned with ribbon, lace and em
broidery, at $2.00.
Myslin Petticoats with 3 inch embroidery flounce at $1.25.
Muslin Petticoats, fine quality, 10 inch flounce, trimmed
with lace and embroidery, at $2.75 to $5.00.
Extra Large Sizes in Ladies' Nansook Teddy Bears, 44 to
50 sizes. "
Extra Large sizes in Satin. Camisoles, 44 to 50.
Extra Size Union, Suits, lisle bottoms, silk tops, 40 to
Why do without it when Gummere
Dent still have a ton on hand at the best
prices in the county.
We-realized the need of it in plenty
of time to be prepared to furnish it, and at
prices which were set before the scarcity
became so great.
1-2 lb 40c
l lb 75c
5 lbs, per pound . . ... . Vf, . 70c
14 lbs, par pound .: . .. .'. ...... 65c
28 lbs, per pound 60c
100 lbs, per pound 57c
GET IT AT
Gummere-Dent Drug Co.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB, PHONE 5.
Or with the Farmer's Co-Operative A ssociation at Hershey.
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