The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, August 02, 1920, Image 5
KE I THl S' 10AGLAND DIED FRIDAY. Wednesday arid Thursday Will Rogers IN water, water, Everywhere" 1'JtOMINENT IX LODGE, SOCIAL AND BUSINESS LIFE. proved up.oivhis claim, Thon ho moved his famllyto North Platto and has lived horOTBinco. ; . m tr Judge Hoaglanayas"; a inomber.of for mnny years and acilvo In tuolfo or tho church, no was n prommont worker hi Uio Odd Fellow and was honored with many appointments and offices tho most Important of which wero In tho state encampment. Ho was J. S. Hoagland, senior member 'of ft hnbor tho Sovereign Grand tho nrm of Hoagland and Hoagland, Ll,S ot Nebraska for 20 years and Lawyers, died at his homo hero last , wns onco 0,cctci1 Grn"d Patriarch of Friday after a very brief illness. Ho , tho Graml Encampment. When tho uuu feuows noma was estabusncu at York, Judgo Hoagland was appointed Chairman of tho Board of Tmsteoa and ho held this placo until n fow Something lively on n "dry" subject. An easy wny to solve a "hard'' problem LOCAL AND PERSONAL Vlctorolas and Victor records. Tho Gummere-Dent Drug Co. Dixon & Son grind their own lenses. Mr. and Mrs. J. Sommers, 'of Max well, spent Saturday in tho city. Sylvester Rauch left Saturduy for Salt Lake City to spend two weeks. Try tho Itexall first, it pays. 14tf Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Benge, of Wal lace, visited friends in the city Sat urday. Miss Mildred Norris came down from Cheyenne Saturday to visit friends for a week. ..Steam Baths, Massage and Electric Treatment nt 812 East Gth, St. Phone 897. Mrs. Arthur Itush. tf. Mr. and Mrs. L. Irley, of Hershey, spent Saturday in tho city visiting their sou Ray. Mrs. Oscar Pennington, of Ogallala, left for her homo Saturday after visit ing Mrs. Asa Snyder. Mrs. Sells, of Hale, who has been visiting at tho W. H. Stegall homo left Saturday for Missouri. Mrs. Dr. Hart, of Julesburg, camo Saturday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Guynan. "Wo can make immediate deliveries Wood Brothers All Steel Individual Threshers. HENDY-OGIER CO. 57-2 Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Carroll and son came home Friday evening from a trip to Montana and Colorado Charles Reynolds and wifo spent Saturday in tho city enrouto from Colorado to their homo in Omaha. Mrs. It. L. Gray and daughter Helen left Sunday for the eastern part of tho state where they will visit for two weeks. Miss Ruth Davidson returned from Kearney Saturday after taking tho summer course in tho , State Normal in that city. If you want to get;next to that Egg -Crato Wallop you will have to see Charles Ray tonight at tho Kei' . and tonight will be tho last chance, tco. Don't forget. Mr. and Mrs. R. Dickey and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tlley and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Baker returned Sun day from their trip to Estes Park and report a line trip. ' I Bryon Stegall camo homo today from Chicago where he-has been em-j ployed for two years with tho Bur roughs Adding Machine Co. Ho will visit his parents about two weeks. Tho mid year meeting of tho com mercial organization of secretaries which was to be held in Columbus on August 3rd and 4th wa3 called off bok cause of lack of agreed attendanco to mako it a success. was born Fcbr. 101 1847 at Jersey City, i N. J. At an early age, his father Wll- j Ham VanFleot Hoagland brought tho , family to Illinois where they wont to ' farming. Hero our friend went to tho country schoolnnd later taught sov-, oral terms of school. Hero ho learned , tho carpenter's trade. Then tho Civil War camo and as soon as ho could i cntor although not yet eighteen, ho enlisted and served during tho balanco of tho war. After his dischargo ho re turned to his homo and shortly mar ried Miss Mario Waples at Bunker Hill, 111. Two boys, Walter and Arthur wero born hero. In 1873 the family moved to Lincoln, Nobraska and in 1878 J. S. Hoagland be'eamo sheriff of Lancastor Co. Ho was tho second man to hold this office-. At tho closo of his term as sheriff ho engaged in tho lumber business in Lincoln but took up tho study of law and was admitted to tho bar in tho early SO's. Ho camo to western Nebraska in 1834 as president of a Soldier's colony and settled on a homestead in Logan Co. and drove a broncho team fltfy miles to his homestead every week until ho years ngo. In 1595 ho was stato Sena tor from this county and served ono term. Upon coming west ho begun his activities in tho G. A. It, and hold many important places until in 1918 ho was made Department Commander for Nebraska. During all this tlmo until recent years ho was practising law and wns known from Kearney to tho stato lino for his ability in civil and criminal procoedure. Last winter ho took Mrs. Hoagland to Florida for her health driving his car tho wholo way thero but on the, return trip ho contracted pneumonia from which ho did riot fully recover. Tho Immediate causo of his death vas cancer of tho bladder which was not discovered until shortly boforo his death. Ho Is survived by his wife, Mario L. Hoagland, son Walter who is sena tor from this district and his partner in tho law firm of Hoagland and Ho opened a law office in North Platto hiongland and his son Arthur who is Assistant Secretary of tho Reserve Co. of North Platto. Fidelity Come! Try Mr. Edison' Realism Test Does the New Edison make you feel the presence of the living singer? Does it Re , Create the efforts of ' famous instrumental ists, of creat bands and orchestras? J' The Realism Test en ables you to deter mine for yourself. HARRY DIXON DEALER Campflro Girl's Council Meets. At tho monthly meeting of tho local council of tho Campflro Girls held last .night at tho homo of Mrs. Adda Turpio .tho resignation of Mrs. H. N. Getty as Secretary of tho Council was accepted arid Mrs. Glen Scott was elected to fill tho vacancy. Plans were made for tho Girl's Camp which will open on Tues day, August 10 and last until Friday. ::o:: Base Ball. Tho Elm Creek Base Ball Club prov ed an easy victim for Nortli Platto Sunday when they wore defeated by a score of 10 to 0. Tho lacal team went to Sterling yesterday and was defeated by a scoro of 5 to 4. Board of Edncntion Meets. Tho Board of Education at its regu lar mooting last evening decided to erect another cottago school on tho campus of tho Lincoln Building, mak ing two thero and two on tho Wash ington school grounds. Tho salaries of all Janitors was raised to $125 a month for twolvo montn. Tho Board lias ask ed that a lovy amounting to $110,000 bo granted them for tho needs of tho school noxt year and it now looks as though that will not meet tho needs of tho constantly growing city. Mrs. Dr. Georgo Blickonsdorfer'and daughtor Madolino returned to Donver this morning after spending a fow days with rolatlvos in the city. LOCAL AND PERSONAL 0. H. Thoelecko reports a sale Sat urday of 1000 acres of tho Cody Ranch land for a consideration of $180,000 to residents of Douglas County. Raymond Ogler returned Saturday from Chicago where ho had been attending tho Armor School of Tech nology during tho summer months. James G. Carson, of North Platto, and Mildred R. Rossflold, also of this city, wero married Sunday by Judgo Woodhurst. Mrs. Carson is tho daugh ter of Mrs. E, Hacklor of this city. 1. A. Gilbert and family returned Friday evening from a two weokB trip in Estes Park am! other Colorado points. Mr. Gilbert did somo Ashing but is not making any claims to tho honors. Miss Marjorio Strawman, of Uni vorslty Placo Nobr., has accoptod a placo in tho elementary grades of the local schoolB for noxt year. Sho has been a student at tho University of Nobraska. Gwendolyn and Paul McRoynolds, who aro spending tho summer with rolatlvos near Ogdon, will roach hero noxt week and Join their parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. McRoynoldB, in making this their homo. ''Miss Gwondolyn last year attondod tho Wadlolgh High School in Now York City whoro over thrco ihousand girls woro enrolled. We're Shouting for BIG BILL RUSSELL IN "SLAM-BANG1 n JIM" Adapted from "Snap Judgment" I -At THE- Sun Theatre, Thursday and Friday LO CAL ANi) JPE ItSONAL Tom Hoaloy returned this weolv from a business trip to Omaha. 1 Mrs. W. W. Cummlngs wont to Sid ney yostorday to visit for a woek. Ellen MeGovom left yostorday on a two weeks vacation In Storllng. Gaorgo Freed of Columbus camo Saturday to visit friends In the city. Mr. and Mrs. Will Thayer rotumed from their trip to Denver Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Comwoll wont to Denver yostorday to visit for a week. Donald McFarland left Sunday for Omaha to spend a wcok visiting Moilo Ronch. Miss Bessio Rannio of Omaha spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. Annlb Rannio. Mrs. EarhLambort and cliildron wont to Oshkosh yesterday to visit Mrs. L. Robinson. Mrs. W. F. Wendibom and daughtor Edith left yostorday for Donver to spend a week. Miss Bertha Thoelecko, of Omaha, camo Saturday to visit her brother Otto Thoelecko. Miss Ester Elder camo homo from Kcarnoy where sho had been attending tho Stato Normal. Tho Walters family and Harry Wal tomath returned Sunday from their trip to Estes Park. When in North Platte stop at the .Vew Hotel Palace and Cafe. You will bo treated well. 58tf Mrs. Davis," who has been visiting Mrs. G, M. Trotter let Monday for her homo in Oakland, Iown. Miss Lcota Scharmnnn left Saturday for Kcarnoy to visit at tho Miller homo for a couple of weeks. :o:: WILY SUFFER SOI Why suffer from a bad back, from sharp, shooting twinges, headaches, dizziness and distressing urinary ills? North Platto people recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Could you ask for strongor proof of merit? Ask your neighbor. Mrs. A. G. Wessburg, 70S' W. 4th St., North Platte, says: "I have been a terrible sufferer from kidney dis order and backache. Tho doctor said I had a floating kidney and it was so swollen that it wns plainly noticeable. I had awful pains through my kidneys and I could not stand on my feet long. My kidney acted frequently, too. My doctor advised an operation. I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills how ever and got a box. After a couplo of dSys use, tho ;palns became less se vere. Tho swolllng gradually went away and I was completely cured. Since thon I have felt no return of kidney trouble," (Statement given August 7, 1907.) On Juno 7i 1920, Mrs. Wessburg added: "As tho years go by my faith in'Doan's Kidney Pills grows strongor. It is many years sinco Doan's cured mo of kidney complaint and since then I have enjoyed good health." GOcrn't all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. FIRST MORTGAGE WANS. A real Investment Is on6 that combines safety of principal together with , a fixed and definite in come an investment yielding a rate of interest ' ' that Is liberal yet consistent with sound, conserva tive business methods. No investment on earth so nearly approaches this "v high standard of excellence as ' ' 7' First Mortgage Loans on Real Estate In this character of investment the element of speculation is entirely removed, and in these days of uncertainty and ,unrest it behooves ono to look carefully to tho safely of principal and certainty of income. You can secure such loans from $500 to $10,000 . which wo have made with our own money and offer for sale.1 - - Consult us if interested. Goodman-Buckley Trust Co. NORTH PLATTE, NEB. ATTENTION FARMERS AND HAY GROWERS Wood Brothers all steel individual thrasher complete with weigher and loader $!23S.OO Power Hay Press, the money maker, , with self-feeder $660.00 These prices at North Platte and while our present stock lasts. Hendy-Ogier Auto Co. Phone 34 EJUVENATION" THREE ACT COMEDY TO BE GIVEN LAST NIGHT 1 OF CHAUTAUQUA i "Rejuvenation," a sharp, clean, wholcsomo thrco act play In which politics, -woman suffrage and prohibition aro woven around tho elixir tablet of eternal youth, la to bo tho big climax last night of our cfiautauqua. Tho Wales Chautauqua Players, a thoroughly pro fessional Now York cast solected by Mrs. Wales will present this clover comedy with Miss Madolino ArmlB tead as leading lady. Tho Dally Beacon, Paris, Illinois, has this to say of tho Wales Chautauqua PlayerB and "Rejuvenation"- "Rejuvenation," a thrco act comedy dealing -with lovo, politico, and intrigue, proved to bo a dolightful enter tainment to a largo Chautauqua audience in tho big ttwembly tent Wednesday night. The play was presented by tho Clara Vaughan Players, everyone of whom is an? artist in this lino. It is a story of a woman eighty years old who, makes a backward flight for youth by tho aid of elixir tabletsJ From eighty to fifty thon thirty-live and Anally twenty wbero cupId steps in and captures a vlotlm. In th meantime sho Is haying brilliant success in politics and comes very near bolng nominated for tho governorship of tho stato. Her male associates are battling with each, other, whllo an efflmlnnto English Lord! brings out the) humor of the situation." 1 Tho play is full of hearty laughs and It will bo a wellj pleased crowd that leaves tho tent last night otj chautauqua. '