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cv . rvj 4y$ ritoe VS 1 tuw 4-M"l"l'' TWENTY-NINTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., APRIL 7, 1914. No. 22 Sheriff Salisbury Hurt When Car Overturns Jtorih Ultl Sheriff A. J. Salisbury barely es capod serious injury yesterday morning at about 10 o'clock when his car turned turtle on Garfield table about thirty five miles northeast of tho city. Ho received a big gash across the right temple and several bruises about his body and was pinned undor the car for about thirty minutes. The sheriff was driving to the north east part of the county on official busi ness and while driving down a slight grade his car ran off into a canyon and overturned. The mist in the air gathered on the wind shield so that he could scarcely see in front and he failed to notice a sharp turn in the load. Tho car turned over and pinned tho sheriff's right leg under one side of the body so that he could scarcely get out. The glass in the windshlejd was broken and cut a deep gash in his fore head that required thirteen stitches to close. He finally crawled out from under the car anil walked a mile to the home of Fred Fox who brought him into the city. He is very weak from loss of blood and was taken immediately to the P. & S. hospital where his injuries were attended. Tho car was hauled in behind Mr. Foy'b car. Air. Salisbury and Mr. Fox arrived in the city at about 1 o'clock and the sheriff was able to return ,homo by 4 o'clock. He is still very weak from loss of blood and his injuries will un doubtedly lay him up for some weeks. He considers himself very lucky in get off with as few injuries as he did. Dies After Five Days Illness. Clarence Carlton Bradley died Satur day morning at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bradley, 505 East Sixth street, after an illness of only rive days with pneumonia. His death came very sudden and a great shock to his relatives and many friends. Ho had been working up until the first of the week when he laid off with a bad cold on'his lungs which turned into pneu monia. Clarence Carlton Bradley was born August 21. 189G in Elm Creek, Neb. He lived there withhiB parents until he came to this city several months ago. He was employed in the Hemphill job offico until a few weeks ago when his parents moved here from Elm Creek, after which he went to work in the -job office of The Telegraph. Ho leaves to mourn hi3 death his father and mother,, two sisters and threa brothers, besides a number of friends both in this city and "at his old homo. Ho was the eldest of the family of children. The funeral was held yesterday after noon at 2 o'clock from the Christian church of which he was a member. II. G. Knowles, pastor of the church de livered the funeral oration. Interment was in the North Platte cemetery. The funeral was largely attended and the floral offerings were beautiful. Baseball Draws Good Crowd. A fast baseball game was piayea Sun day afternoon at the ball park between the Company Q team and the Junior high school team, resulting in ascoronf 9 to 8 in favor of the Company Q boys, The game draw a good sized crowt con sidering the weather, and was a fast game from start to finish. At the end of the eighth inning the score stood 8 to 4 in favor of the high school boys but the older men had a streak of good plays in the ninth inning and ran in five scores All tho men were in good form and played a game with comparatively few errors. The feature of the game was a double play by the Juniors in the seventh inning, a line drive to Cotiroy at a short stop to White on first base putting the batter and tho runner out. A similar play was made by the Com pany Q boys in the eighth, line drive to Langford to Stack, but the play missed fire on account of an error by Stack. The batteries were: Company Q, Lang ford, Richeson and Day; Juniors, Ver non and Clabaugh. Umpire Bert Cul ton. Six Lots in Dolsons Addition Sold This Last Week. These lots are going fast. $5.00 down and S5.00 por month. 0. F. Temple, Agent. 4 ShERWINI hXWlLUAMS j 1 1 f Paints MbWarmishes m ' i m UNCLE SAM is taking off his coat to "Brighten Up," and we proud citizens of North Platte shall not he far hehind him. We're going to fashioned Spring cleaning, not only in our homes, -but in our streets, our garden, our hack alley, and in our public buildings. It's so : have a real old- much more pleasant and healthful to live amid bright, attractive and sanitary surroundings, and with broom, rake, mop and paint brush we can make North Platte one of the best looking spots on the map. Be a Brighten Up Crusader! Help' make your home town better, brighter, busier and more beautiful. 7 Brighten Up Your Barns. S-W. Commonwealth Barn Red A bright handsome red, for. painting barns, corn cribs, fences, etc. Works very easily, covers well and is more economical to use than short-measure barnpuints. Commonwealth Barn Red is always put up full measure. Also made in gray. Brighten Up Your Roofs S-W Preservative Shingle Stains (made with Cresote) S"-W Shingle Stains will cover on an average surface about 150 square feet to the gallon if brushed, or 2 1-2 to 2 3-4 gallons will stain 1000 ordinary shingle as a dipping coat for usual laying. Made in 23 colors warm browns, soft grays, attractive, greens, etc' Will protect the shingles from decay and lengthen their life Brighten Up Your Woodwork S-W Floorlac For staining and varnishing floors, furniture and woodwork at one operation. A combina tion of stain that is non-fading and good floor varnish, which is tough and durable and will not show scratches and heel-marks readily. Comes in convenient cans in eight natural wood effects. Easy to apply hard to wear off. ' Briqhten Up Your Floors S-W Inside Flbor Paint Prepared ready for the bru"sh. Mode expressly for inside floors. Is easily applied, dries overnight with a good gloss and stands hard wear. Ten sensible, attractive colors which with stand the tramping of many feet. First among our many Brighten Up materials comes SWP Sherwin-Williams Prepared Paint a paint which will make the outside of your home all Spic and span for the sunny spring days. It's very durable, too made from the best white lead, zinc and pure lins.eed oil, and ground finely by powerful machines. There is no guesswork about SWP. 1 hat s why we recommend it, and sell much covers best, wears longest, cheapest in the end so Brighten Up Your Shelves. S-W Family Paint A paint for household use, suitable for baseboards, shelves, boxes and the many little things about the house; produces an oil finish that con be repeatedly washed. Handsome assortment of colors. Brighten Up Your Screens. J-W screen tnamel For renewing old screens. Forty-eight permanent attractive colors m Presenting rust Does not close up the mesh and D - l - . . . nrwl rlrina with n hinh rilncc tnnt- nrouiinlo duct- nnrl dirt from adhering to the screen. Made in black and Call for color folders and information. "V Td Brighten Up Crusade Rule. Brighter Homes Brighter Gardens Brighter Streets 10 Do not nllow rubbish to accummulate. Do not throw anything on sidewalks or streets. Do not let piles of ashes or trash remain in back yard Do not mark or deface sidewalks, fences, build ings or public property. Keep the garbage can covered and destroy breed ing places of flies and mosquitoes. Plant grass and flower seeds make a garden and encourage the love of nature, sunshine and fresh air Apply paint to fences, sheds and buildings. Brighten up yourself, brighten up your home and-spread the brighten up spirit among your neighbors. Brighten up your business, brighten up your town and promote its social, industrial and commercial progress. Let brighten up be your slogan. Call for Crusade Badge and Book Free. green. Brighten Up Your Buggy. S-W. Buggy and Auto Paint A varnish gloss paint of great durability, made to stand outside exposure. For painting oud vanishing at one operation buggies, automobiles, carriages, wagons, sleighs, carts, sleds, farm implements, etc. Eleven hright, serviceable colors. Brighten Up Your Walls S-W Flat-Tone You can have sanitary, washable and attractive walls in your homo by using Sherwin Williams Flat-Tone. This material is made in liquid form, is applied direct to the plaster, and dries with a flat, variety, finish. In Flat-Tone there are 24 soft, restful shades to choose from you can match the other decorations without trouble. Then when house cleaning time arrives, all you have to do is wash the the surface with soap and water and it's clean and fresh again. We shall be glad to toll you all about this splendid decorative finish, SfUII I ED P PA TL D : Lj. IT 99 q, , voiLLoi ql kaj., me offgnten up otoie.g , . ' ,.,. An exciting runaway occurred Friday shortly before noon, when n team driven by Joo Weam became frightened at the corner of Fourth and Dewey streets and ran down the street. Just what scared them is not known, but they were a young team and very nervous. They ran west to the corner of Fourth and Locust streets and then turned south and were not stopped un til they reached tho home of C. It. Lewis, across the south rivor bridge. The wagon was smashed up quite badly but further than that no damage was done. The team belongs to Mr. Lewis and Mr. Wenm drove to town to deliver me milk. Ho has not been soen since the runaway and it is thought that he left the city. Ho is a stranger here, having come here only recently to work for Mr. Lewis. An interesting special service was given Sunday evening at the Methodist church along the lines of temperance. Aside from the sermon, a redalng, "Pledged in Wine," was givon by Mrs. Marshall Scott. Tho reading was espec ially good and was well rendered and was much enjoyed by the congregation. The office of C. F. Temple in the I. O. O. F. building is being enlarged i,!c ,! tn tu in Another room, the room that was formerly occupied by Attorney M, E. Crosby is being added to the suite. A door is being cut in between them and it will make a fino suite of rooms. The work is being done by P. M. Sorenson. For Easter. Catholic Prayp) TJooka nnd r.osaries. at Clinton's Jewelry store. Local and Personal Mrs. W. J. Tileyof this city.Slttended the declamatory contest Friday evening at Cozad. I have money on hands to handle some good farm loans. C. F. Temple. Miss Vlasta Voseipka left last week for Kearney whore she has taken up a course in business in the Kearney normal school. Ask to see Regina Hats-worn by women of style. At The Hat Shop, 3 doorseast of First National Bank. The case of The Brady Vindicator vs. Max Westfall, which was to have been heard Saturday before Judge Grant, was dismissod on request of the attorney for tho plaintiff. Canton farming Implements at Ilershoy's: LocuBt street, opposite postoffice. , Miss Irene Hubbard, stenographer in the county judge's office, left Saturday evening for Cheyenne where she spent Sunday visiting rolatives and frionds. She returned home Sunday evening. For Rent Four room house furnished or unfurnished, extra lot for garden and aslo good chicken yard, phono Hlk 512. The dates for tho eighth grade county examinations have been changed from April 9th and 10 to to April 8th and 0th, on account of Good Friday coming on April 10th. They will be held at the court house. Thl change was made by the state superintendent. Closincr out flowers and millinery trimmings at less than cost. Parlor Millinery. D. M. Douthett, of Ovorton, has filed his certificate for the republican nomina tion for statu sonator in this district. Ho took this action after Senator Hoag land of this city had foimally declared that he would not be a candidate. Mr. Douthett has been a resident of Daw son county for many years, is a very rupanhlp man and hi vrcntin In that i.f fi'Hv.nig und btock growing. Charies Dixon was an over Sunday visitor with friends in Sutherland. Wilfred Stuart, of Lexington was in the city over Sunday visiting friends. J. M. Frioto', of the Dickens vicinity, was in the city yesterday transacting businoss and visiting his son, Clyde Fristo. SEEDS of all kinds for farm nnd garden at Hershey's, corner Locust and Fifth streets, phone 15. Miss Irma Huffman will return today to Omaha to resume her studies in the dramatic school after a week's visit with her paronts. Dean J. J. Bowker of the Episcopal church, left last evoning for Hastings and uranu Island to spend a few days on church matters. He will return home Thursday. Cedar Moss brightens the carpet. Phono Black 368. 21-2 Attorney J. G. Bealer and daughtor Miss Myrtle and Miss Elizabeth Hin man will leave this evening for Den ver where they will spend u few days on a pleasure trip. Mrs. Harry Dixon left Sunday for Denver called there by a telegram an nouncing that hor mothor, Mrs. Horace Austin, is very ill. She will remain for an indefinte period. M. Perkins, Singer Sewing Machine agent, successor to F. Perkins, West Fourth Street, Phono Red4G8. 21-2 Blaine Kitzmiller, a former North Platte boy arrivod in tho city Friday evening from Denver for a visit of a few days with friends nnd relatives. He is now located at Denvor where he has a good position. License to wed was issued Saturday afternoon from the office of the county judge to Herman J. D.Timmer, 19, and Miss Emma Frecrick, 19, both of the North Platto vicinity. Tho groom is a yonng fnrmer residing west of tho city and tlio couple will make their home on farm. Tiger. Press Drills at Hershey's, Locust street, opposite postoffice. Attorney J. G. Beoler lef t today for Gothenburg to look after some legal business, Ho whs cnlled there in con sultation with the prohibition workers regarding the question of illegal voting. Kemmeror Nut Coal now for sale on track, also a car of lump coal. Call or Phone 73. York Feed Store. Miss Janet Alden, a 1913 graduato from tho North Platto high school, was in the city over Sunday visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Alden of West Third street. Miss Alden is now teaching school at Lodgepole. Gall on "Your Bosom Friend." DIckey's Sanitary Laundry C. II Leinlnger returned Saturday morning from Sutherland where he has been working for tho past two weeks in tho interests of the Yeoman lodge. He announces that an organization of twenty-five or more members will be consumated there in the course of n few weeks. A special teachers' examination will bo held at the court house by County Superintendent Cloo. R. Chappell on April 17th and 18th. Tho teachers' read ing circle examinations will bo held April 18th, and at that time all teachers Wishing to have their certificates re newed are required to tako the examina tion. The examination will be held either in the district court room or in the high school auditorium. Snocial display of hats for misses and children, Wednesday April 8th at the Hat shop. 21-2 Mr. and Mrs. John Dny arrived in the city last week from Sheridan, Wyo., whore thoy had been visiting for a few weeks. Mr. and iMrs. Day lett here several months ngo with their family for Tacoma, Wash., and they been living there for some time. They an nounce that thoy are glad to get back to Nebraska and that they' will make their homo here. Advantages to the People Under the Proposed New Electric Or dinance Compared with the One Now Effective: Hates TWENTY per cent lower. Belter service. Extension of new lines to all applicants. .Increased number of factories induced by lower power rates. A new fire-proof power station, giving steadier and better light. Installation of a new system of street lighting, giving North Platte a more attractive appearance day and night. We ask every voter to make it possible to help us boost the city by favoring the new ordinance. We do not ask for excWsiye rights The field remains open to all. The city may install its own lighting plant at any time. We desire the privilege of investing new capital. We are putting new life into an old Company and mean business. North Platte Electric Co. E. 13. Pehiugo, Asst. Cen'l Mgr. C. R. Mohey, Local Mgr. o ..