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THE iNOKTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE: TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 18.
Srd Exclusively to u
OverTwenty-One Million People
Unlversallv accented as the
Leading Fire Coffee of thcWorM.
Sells tlie above Coffee
together with a complete Hue of
$ For information record
ing the Great Irrigation .
Belt of Lincoln Co., write;
the Lincoln Co. Immigra-5
tion Association, North
$ Platte, Nebraska.
Prices Always Reasonable.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
Paid For Country Produce.
In search of a good cigar
will always find it at J.
F. Sclimalzried's. Tn-
them and judge.
Write T. P. Gordon, St. Joseph.
Mo., for prices on all kinds of
Grain and ship him your Live
l.v the county cornTor Lincoln county, Ne-
NOTICi: OF CONDEMNATION.
To l'etr Uurke, A. IS. llrown.txerutor of the
liilc of Jtenjnmiu llerliey, ilcceared, nnil tlio im
known lu-Irx of Hie aiil Itenjamin Hi-n-liey, ile
reiired. mid Anna M. HowIhihI, .James JaRRer. John
L. Way, NiclioK Ueach Jfc Co., Kli ISeacli, Jr., Ira
Nichof;-. Herbert Nirhols the unkuown heirs at
luwof Kit llench, Jr., .leeeuw-il, Mary K. Nlclwl.i,
II. L. Williams A. C. Mit-Ii. Johu llrntt. The
Union Pacific Kuilway Company, 8. U. H. Clark,
Olier W. .Mink, K. Kllory Awlon-on. John W.
Doanc ami 1'n'ilerick It. Comlert, Receivers of the
Iluion Pacific Kailway Company. The North Platte
National l!mik, Milton A. Doolittle, receiver of
The North Platte National Ilauk, anil all unknown
owner- of nmj parties interested in any of the
lam!" herein Ix-lovr lecrileil:
You anil each of ynn will take notice that on the
lay of January, ltfCi, the Farmers Ditch and
Canal "Company, of Lincolu county, Nebraska,
lileil its petition in the county court of Lincoln
romitv, Nebraka, the object anil prayer of which
i io liave lhe county judge of said court appoint
Jive ilMntere-ted freeholders of Lincoln county,
Nebra-ka. to ascertain the commutation due to the
following named owners of and iersons interested
in the follow ins described tracts nnd parcels of
land, from the said Farmers Pitch and Canal coin
panv for a right of way for the construction and
lmil'ilin of itr- irrigation canal across said tracts of
land, according to the location of said canal a
.liown bv the plats attached to said jetition, viz:
A -trip of land 101 feet in width across the N. 4
of section 27 in town-hip 13 N., range 29 e-t. and
covering, taking ami requiring 15 4-100 acres of
aiil section 27. Al-oa Mrip of land from 100 feet
lo lfW feet in width acro-s the S. W. 1 j of the N. W.
't and the S. W. 't of section 2ri in town-hip 13 N.,
reus" 21' west, and covering, taking and requiring
12 42-ltiO acres of said section 2ti. Also n strip of
land 100 feet in width across the N. IX H of the N.
V. l and the E. of section 35 in township 13 N.,
21t west, and covering, taking and requiring
t J2 5-100 acres of said section 35. Also a strip of
land 100 feet in width across the S. '5 of the S. W.
! of section :V in township 13 N.. ramie "J we-t,
iind covering, taking and requiring 6 13-100 acres
or -aiil -ertionSfi. Al-oa strip of land 60 feet in
width across the N. K. Ii of the N. W. of section
7 in township 12 N.. rnngo 28 west, and covering,
taking and requiring 2 67-100 acres of said section
and all of said r.bovo described, Btid mentioned
lands being owned by and belonging to the un
known heirs of Benjamiti Hcrshey. deceased.
AUo a strip of land 50 feet in width acro-s;
the S. ri. M of tut: S 12 'i of section 18. in
town-hip 11 X.. range 6 west- ami covering,
taking ami reouiring 1 CT-IO acres of said
section IK. and lxjing owned by and belong
ing to John L. Wav. Also a ntrip of land 45
feet in width across the S W ' of the X W
i and the S of section 21. in township II
X. range 20 we.-t. covering, taking and re
li!iring Cltr-PiO acres of .-aid section 21. said
lands being owned and belonging to Anna
:t. 1 lowland and uik.ii which last de.-cribed
lands James .Tagger holds a mortgage.
Al.-o a .-trip ot land K feet in width acros
t he .S W r of section 6. town 12 X.. range 2s
W.. covering, requiring and taking C I'-lfJ
acres thereof and being owned by Peter
Jlurke. Al-o a strip oi land H' feet wide
across theX Kqr of section 25. town 12 X..
range 2S W.. and covering, requiring and
taking 1 sf-10o acres of said tract and being
owned bv and belonging to the lirm of Xich-ol-.
lieach ,t Co, arid Mary K. Xicliol and
mum which lands the defendants II. L. William-.
. ('. Phelps and The Xorth Platte Xa
lional ISunk have or claim to have a mort
gage intere-t. Al-o a strip of land 100 feet
wide a-r)s- the S hf of the X K qr and the
X K or of the S K qr of section 1. town 12 X..
range 21' W.. and covering. requiring and
taking 7 12-100 acres thereofar.il said lands
being owned bv and lelonging to John llratt.
Al-o a strip of land 100 feet wide across the
X W qr of section I. tow n 12 X- range 20 W..
and covering, requiring and taking 7 21-100
acre- thereof, said lands being owned by
and belonging to the I'nion Pacific Kailway
Said petition will lie heard on the 2d day
of March. lfcV5. at one o clock in the after
noon of said dav. and the prayer of said ie
tition will be "granted unless good cause
shall be shown by the said re.-pective inter-e-ted
par tie- wny the prayer of said peti
tion should not be granted."
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
inv hand and the seal of said court this 26th
dav of Januarv. ii5.
JAMES M. KAY.
iSeal. ! jcic County Judge
Indications point to a large at
tendance at the Kirmess this even
The past few nights have" tested
thc.quality.ofthe : plumbing in this
F. M. Heck has moved his fam
ily, into the rooms over "his meat
The remains of the late Jack
Ryan were shipped to South Omaha
Friday night for interment.
Frank Frederici was made
happy last week over the arrival of
j twin girl babies at his house.
, Judging from the looks of the
! docket for the next term of the dis
, trict court, divorce business must
be good with the lawyers.
Read the ad of the Boston
Store on our first page and see if
you can obtain the same prices at
any other store in town.
As. is usually the case, the
Omaha Bee is ahead of all would-
be competitors by arriving in this
city at three oclock p. tn upon the
California fast freight.
Dawson county people are go
inr to work to furnish seed and
feed for the farmers without wait
ing for the votuiir of bonds, the
banks agreeing to advance the
Fire Friday night caused a loss
of SI. 300 to Nye & Ormsb', of
Kearney, but fortunately the loss
is covered by insurance. The ju
nior member of the firm is Frank
Ormsby, fonnerry of this city.
Profiting by the hint given the
sheet some time previously in re
gard to .the art preservative, the
Era last week managed to print a
very creditable picture of the big
irrigation flume west of this city.
To-night there will be a sur
prise part' at , but there, in its
After March 1st. the HOSFORD
FARM in Plant Precinct. ISO acres un
der fence: 103 broken. Good buildings,
two wells and mills. Commands canyon
ranpe and is excellent placo for stock.
Terms- 850 cash in quarterly ibstall
meuts, one-third of crop and tenant to
Keen wells and mills in order.
Apply to MARY IS. HOSFOHD.
T-S-10-ii North Platte, Nob.
Hershey & Co's.
zeal to give its readers all the news
The Trikuxe came very near giv
ing the snap awa Don't every
one expect it, or there will be many
I Through the courtesy of John
E. Evans. deputv secretary of state.
we have received a copy of house
roll 113, with the endorsement that
it was the first bill adopted by the
legislature. It is. the measure au
thorizing the expenditure of fifty
thousand dollars for the relief of
western Nebraska sufferers.
That there is a great deal of
bogus coin floating in this city is
evidenced by the fact that the
writer had passed upon him a
queer quarter. The editor of the
Telegraph has what purports
to be a silver dollar, which, like the
poor, will always be with him.
Verily these are hard lines for
humble newspaper men.
More relief continues to arrive
daily, and the express companies
appear to be more charitable than
do the various freight lines, as a
rule their shipments coming "D.
H." One barrel received by a party
here had been sent around via Kan
sas City and had several dollars
charges theron, which was promptly
remitted by the company as soon
as it was notified.
Man' North Platte people find
serious objection to the scabby ap
pearance of the potatoes grown in
this section. A writer in an old
established eastern horticultural
publication says potato scab may
be prevented by soaking the seed
from one hour to one hour and one
half in a solution of corrosive sub
limate consisting of one ounce of
' this chemical to eight gallons of
water. If this is an efticacions
remedy it is a very cheap one, and
well worth a trial.
The best and cheapest boots
and shoes, every pair warranted, at
the Boston Store.
Maude Dillon entertained a num
ber of her young friends at a birth
day party Saturday afternoon.
Dentist Penn, who has his of
fice with Dr. Eves, will be in the
city Feb. 7th and 8th. All work
A street fakir was combatting
the elements yesterday by trying
to retain an audience. It required
considerable cold nerve to do so.
Sheriff Miller failed to find one
of the jurors drawn for the next
term of the District court. Frank
Gadka, who has moved to Cleve
A private masquerade ball is
being arranged for at the opera
house for next Friday evening un
der the management of P. H. Lon
ergan. Another car of relief goods was
received here this morning. While
mentioning this we note that our
postmaster has been selected by
some charitable person as a dis
bursing agent, and has received a
small stock of supplies.
C. F. Scharmann has purchased
Will McDonald's insurance busi
ness, and will open an office in the
building west of McDonald's store.
He will also attend to collections
and handle real estate. The Tri
kuxe wishes the young man suc
cess. Receiver Doolittle arrived in
town Saturday morning and at once
began checking up businee at the
North Platte National Bank. Mr.
Doolittle is a pleasant gentleman,
but The Triiiuxe trusts his servi
ces will not be long needed by the
Peter Carlson, Emil Peterson.
W. W. Scott, C. K. Martini. John
Starritt. Jno. Kraniel and Mrs.
R. H. Willerton, were among the
the names added to The Trikuxe
list week. New subscribers have
averaged one per day since Jan'y
"Dusty" VanDoran is now go
ing around with an arm in a sling,
the result of recently fracturing his
collar-bone upon a merry-go-round
of his own manufacture. This is
the second time he has had his
clavicle broken. Better "look a
leedle oud." "Dusty," or the next
time it may be your neck.
The various sheriffs of the
state have had a bill introduced in
the Nebraska legislature extending
the-term of their office to four years.
Two years at a time is sufficiently
long for a county to be afflicted
with a poor oilicer. The measure
will no doubt fail of adoption.
The bonds of the South Side
Irrigation and Canal Co., were re
ceived this morning from the state
auditor's office, after having been
duly registered. The election was
held on the 7th inst, the bonds were
advertisng in an Omaha publication
for two weeks, and they were reg
istered on the 21st. This is very
Eastern people who have been
reading sorrowful tales of short
feed and destitution in this part of
j Nebraska would be surprised to
walk into some of our meat markets
and gaze upon the fat quarters of
the animals that have "rustled" all
winter without a mouthful of grain,
and have fattened upon the nutri
tious buffalo grass.
Some of these days some travel
ing genius who has knowledge of
North Platte's fondness for secret
societies will strike the town with
a scheme for forming a Society for
Telling the Truth, and he will get
i numbers at so much per head.
Right here is a good place to say
that we know a number of men who
would be ineligible to membership
in such an organization.
Treason! Treason to Colonel
Cody! A fellow way down in Yan
keeland has mailed the secretary
; of the Lincoln county agricultural
society a proposition to bring his
"Wild East" and exhibit it at our
next county fair. This proposed
invasion of the domain of our own
and only "Buffalo Bill" should be
treated with the most supreme
Don't fail to attend the great
; sale now in progress at the Boston
SOMETHING IN SILVER
Always makes a pretty and useful present. We have a
nice line of Hair Pins, Side Combs, Collarettes, Muff
Holders, Eniery Balls, Spool Holders, Hat Marks, Coat
Hangers, Slipper Buckles, Garters, Key Rings, Match
Boxes, etc When you need any little token you can
surely find it at our store.
CLINTON, The Jeweler.
HARRINGTON & TOBIN,
SOLE AGENTS P0R
Pillsbury's Best Flour.
Also Dealers in
GK0CER1ES, FEED, SEED, HAY,
ALFALFA, SEED POTATOES AND SEED OATS.
"VVo Soliolt ITotii' Trade,
At the regular annual meeting
last Saturday of the Lincoln County
Agricultural Society, the following
officers were elected for the ensu
ing vear: President. Chas. F. Id
dings: vice-president. Chas. E. Os-o-ood:
treasurer. Lester Eells: sec
retary. James B. McDonald: direc
tors for three years. J. R Bangs.
John Keith and Isaac Dillon. Now
let these gentlemen take hold and
rives us a model exhibition of a
county fair. With the advance
ment made the past few months in
irrigation interests there need not '
be much fear but what a fine agri
cultural display can be secured, if
the effort is made. Secure ycur
attractions early, gentlemen, and
keep a list of them before the peo-
Before buying your dry goods
and shoes call at the Boston Store.
Jos. Schatz has been quite sick
for several days- past, but is now
When old Sol begins to quit
work after 6 p. m. he has quite a
perceptible effect upon the weather.
Geo. C. Stoddard has fins week
been engaged in straightening up
the records in Butler Buchanan's
abstract olfice. '
John Ouinn 'has now taken a
position as deliveryman for Har
rington & Tobin. He was one of
the victims of U. P. retrenchment.
There is talk of getting up a
local dramatic performance in
which Bison William will figure as
the star. Why not present "The
Sheriff Miller started for the
insane hospital this morning with
Allen G. McNeel. the commission
having pronounced him a subject
for treatment. '
County Attorney Beeler will oc
cupy tor his office the rooms form
erly used by the late Judge Church.
Mr. Beeler will move hjs family
over from Wallace shortly.
Miles McGlone yesterday acci
dentally put his hand through one
of the large glass in a door in the
McDonald block. His hand was
very severely, cut thereby.
If the county commissioners
have any doubt as to the sincerity
and good faith of The Tribuxe's
UIU 1U1 Ltll- I.UIU1LJI 11 ir. foiling
them accepts its proposition .
The most reliable goods for the
least money at the Boston Store.
It is said that a lodge of the
Junior Order United American
Mechanics was instituted in this
city Saturday night. gTiiis makes
the eighty-third society in North
Lost on or aboul the 8th of
January, on the streets of the city,
a copy of "Samantha at tfie World's
Fair," enclose&ln'oftgiaal package.
Finder will'' please leave same at
W. L-. Parte had a well written
irrigation artiSe in Sunday's World
Ilcrald, whicli' 'in a measure will
offset the injury dciQ to this lo
cality by that pap,fcs harrowing
tales of general destitution.
The senate committee upon
irrigation has' reported favorably
upon senate file No. 50, Senator
Akers' irrigation bill, and it will
probably pass without any material
changes. It is a modification of the
Wright law of California.
It is said that H. W. Allwine
is now located in Omaha and en
gaged in dental practice. Like
the others of those, who have gone
he is slowly drifting toward North
Platte, and will be with us ere the
leaves fade and. fall again.
Messrs. Beeler. Buchanan and
Orr discussed the question of "what
shall we do to be saved?" last night
in the county treasurer's office. The
preliminary ground work of next
fall's campaign was mapped out,
after the wasting of much that
passes for brain tissue.
- W. A. Penn, dentist, will be at
his office in this city February 7th
The Nebraska House dining
room will be ready for occupancy
about day after to-morrow. The
room has been very much enlarged
and handsomely papered and re
painted and presents a very neat
appearance. It is the second larg
est dining room in the city, being
surpassed only by the U. P. hotel.
Owing to increased freight rate
to eastern points the shipments of
hay have fallen off considerably
lately. Hay is now selling at $7.50
per ton on the track. 50 cents less
than early in the fall. Should the t
coming- two months prove wintry
it is likely hay will advance in
price. Harrington & Tobin have
300 tons under cover in this city.
There seems' -to have been a
clerical error in the pension papers !
received by J. J Wilson- last week,
as the allowance, which has Jjeen
S12 per month since 1S92. was not
raised, though it would seem sucl:
was the intention of the pension
department. Mr. Wilson's injuries
are such as to entitle him to a pen
sion of $30 per month.
Every Body Likes Them.
They are the best that is the
The 625 has gone
into the back
shop for heavy repairs.
Engine 649 is receiving some
light round house repairs this week,
a new coat of paint.
The receivers of the U. P. this
week received their first invoice of
North Platte made brooms.
Chas. Stroud, a boilermaker until
recently employed in the shops
here, left for Omaha last night.
Engine 505 passed through this
city to-day from Omaha where she
had been receiving an overhauling.
Eli McCart returned this morn
ing from his trip to Red Oak, Iowa.
He is highly enamoured with that
The 79S was turned out of the
round-house yesterday after being
repainted and getting sonic light
Engine 632 has gone into the
back shop for an overhauling, and
Gus Norton is now breaking in the
692 to take her place.
Fred Fredrickson had a chance at
passenger yesterday morning com
ing in on time on No. 7. He says
the 62S is good for that run with
out half trying.
Some very fine brass screen wire
was received here yesterday to be
used in the ventilators of the new
ice-house. It was a rather more ex
pensive article than was needed tor
Matt Stokes who has been work
ing in the boiler shop here for many
months past will this week leave
for the east. His family will ac
company him as far as Perry, la.
The bridge and building depart
ment is putting in the remainder of
the pit timbers in the round house.
The ones they are now using arc of
oak timber, and will be much more
durable than those first put in. al
though much harder to work.
Yesterday a train crew was laid
off of the Third district, A. W. Mc
Keown being the unlucky man. It
is now feared by timorous brake
men that the management will cut
the freight crews down to one brake
man, the same as has been done in
passenger service. There are too
many cars in a string to make this
FUTURE SOURCES OF WEALTH
: : : For Sale : : :
DITCH :-: FARMS !
One-half mile from North Platte. We will sell you
a farm of any size you may desire.
PRICE $15.00 TO $25.00 PER ACRE.
Terms to suit the purchaser
FRENCH St BALDWIN,
Why not get the BEST?
Has no superior no equal. It is the result of studied im
provement in milling machinery the product of the hard,
excellent wheat of the north. If you arc not using -the
Washburn Flour, try it. It is sold by
JOHN HERROD, SOLE AGENT.
GEO. W. DIULaARD,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
PIONEER COAL YARDS.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Anthracite and Bituminous Coal
Always on hand. Your patronage respectfully solicited.
Orders for coal left at Douglass' Drug Store on Spruce
street will be promptly filled.
Hoagland went west on No.
7 yesterday morning.
John Bratt was in Omaha
latter part of last week.
Isaac Dillon made a business trip
to Sutherland to-day.
Lester Eells returned Sunday
from a business trip to Omaha. j
Guy Laing left Sunday morning :
for a business trip to his Cheyenne
David Hunter was a county seat visi
Elmer Coates was on the sick Hat tho
latter part of tho week.
Chas. Richards is tilling his ice house
with tine ice cut from tho river near the
Tho Methodists have engaged tho
school house and from now on will hold
their services there. Wether a Meth
odist Sunday school will b& organized is
now one of tin leading topics
John Keith was on our streets Thurs-
D. H. Eavey, of Brady Island,
transacted business in North Platte
Kobert Sherwood leaves to-morrow
morning for his home in Platts-
P. II. McEvov is
day and as jolly as ever.
Jas. R. White has returned from hia
trip to Illinois.
Geo. Eaicrson of tho Emerson Seed
Company spent last week in this vicinity
looking after the companys landed inter
ests. The prospects are that he will
j build in Sutherland and make this his
visitin"" his pormanent residence.
a ..4..i .!. I brother -Ted" tin in Keith countv I J- u- Wmgham of tho huu was on
will be some dav a large source of Ullii wees.
revenue to Lincoln county are the
vast beds of marl that are to be
our streets Monday rustling up business.
Anil still r(MllllIc:ma I'onn or-.tninr,
A r n- .... 1... 1.. '
iwjitm wami ti,0 i8t ono reBortc(1 iB nt tho residence
tive engineer is visiting with Mr. of a . MeKinstrv-mother and child
found in the low canvons and hills and Mrs. N. B. Olds. doing wll.
bordering the Platte vallcv on Mrs. Chas. A. McDonald left ves- Dr. JleCabo was called from North
the south side of the Soutl
river. This deposit is nearly similar
in character to the marl that is
mined and sold for fertilizer in New
Jersey. South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida. Some day in the
future, when the lands of Nebraska
require the use of mineral manure,
there will be mills that will grind
up thousands of car loads of this
material annually, and these de
posits will be the means of bringing
many thousands of dollars into Lin
coln county. The supply is practi
There is another source of wealth
that will also be utilized in the
good times coming.
There is also to be found in the
vicinity of these beds great deposits
of infusorial earth that is used in
the manufacture of dynamite. This
can also be used as a polishing
powder for the cleaning of metals.
Some day some enterprising genius
will start a diamond polish factory
here, and send this abroad over the
land. Lincoln county has several
sources of wealth in sight that will
some day be utilized.
One peculiarity connected with
the formation of Lincoln county
that may be of interest to geological
students is the connection of two
different geological formations in
our countv. The formation of the
Platte I terdav
home at I? ostoria
for her former
Salisbury and wife, of
left on train No. 2 this
morning for Pine Bluffs. Ark.
W. II. McDonald went to Omaha
I'latto Sunday to attend Mrs. Noilson
who has been on tho sick list for some
time; also a little chKd of Dudley Miller
and W. M Ilo'.try's youngest boy. Tho
Doctor seems to he having a good run
or busincFs from this locality.
The Suthorlsnd Cemetery Association
j yesterday morning accompanying has purchased tho northeast corner lot
that far Mrs. Harriet McDonald.
Ira D. Nichols was in the city
yesterday. It is said that he is
contemplating removing to Florida.
Mrs. G. W. Finn returned from
St. Joe. Mo., where she was called
ten days before by the illness of her
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Simons de
parted the city Monday, the former
going to Seattle and the latter to
visit her parents at Breckinridge.
'SCIIOOT. HOY" OlfclFCTS.
Editor Trikuxe. I notice that
ignoramus who performs the func
tions of editor of the Era throws
slurs at the high school cadets in
registering his disapproval of that
organization. It only tends to
further reveal to the public the
ignorance of the small individual
who edits that so-called paper. lie
forgets, or else does not know, that
military discipline is a science and
that it is taught in the highest in
stitutions of learning: he forgets
count' is placed on the maps as
largely the case, especially on the that ifc also tends to devt-'loP the
north side of the river; but the Col- , muscles and makes the boys more
orado cretaceous formation is to be vigorous while in the school room
found on the east bank of the Bird- n,,rCl;n their studies. Airain. he
has little knowledge as to what is
wood creek, section 15. town 15,
l,onv;..r ,-rv.tr.,-Pfm -rnnvls tatlgll I 1 U Hie II Igll CHU... . .
of the heavier cretaceous gravels , wuSiil in ...y
that are found everywhere along ( knowing that thirty minutes of
the base and in the vicinity of the each-day is devoted to the same ex
Rockv Mountains. Our students ri.:.ps Zs tamWit bv the instructors
! of the cadets. School Boy.
of this science will some day in
vestigate this formation.
Shoes must walk if there is any
possible way of making them do so
bv selling them at low prices.
500 acres of land under the Farm-
On February 12. 1895. the Union
Pacific will sell tickets from Ne
braska and Kansas points to all
points in Kansas, Nebraska, Wy
oming, Colorado, Utah and Idaho,
ers and Merchants' ditch, only one , at rate of one iare for the round
1 V ii ji j it.
leuiarKs mauc u an mat ouy ineir mi,e froin town; suitable tor garden tr- lus 00 Ticket- -ood 20
Shoes of Richards Bros. Words of farminjr. beet raising and like pur- i v' 1 ,
, , - ,,ld B. ,.lf f tii I,! r-in iw ' days. Stop-overs allowed,
praise are heard on every hand, and t poses. A plat ot tlie lanti can oe t - i .
there is no question that the people seen at Otten's shoe store. Fori See your nearest Union Pacific
that read and keep posted fully ap- prices and other particulars inquire agent
predate a crood ' thinir ' when "they of E- W.BAKER. E. Dickixsox,
North Platte. Neb.
j Gen'l Manager.
E. L. Lomax.
G.P. & Tkt.Agt.
in UiarKsons audition to outhorland
and the same is expected to bo laid out
s"on. Some little kicking is being done
because tho lot is so close to tuwu but it
is said tho purchasing committee spent
sovoral days looking for a more suitable
location and could not Hud any ono
who would sell grounds, so it seems to
have been that location or none. Wo
certainly cannot get along without a
cemetery much longer.
G. W. Applcgato has purchased tho
Knolos lot in the cast part of town and
damo rumor says a now house may bo
built there in tho near future.
Mm. Humphreys and Mrs. Johsn
Franzon, living southwest of town, have
been quite sick the past week.
David Hunter has been canvassing
for water rights on the new ditch and
states thnt over iifty contracts have al
ready been made 'out. This is a good
showing. It proves that the ditch is a
good thing, also that our people know a
good thing when they seo it-
Mrs. M. E. Shoup is having a largo
cave dug n her lot and will soon bo
fixed for stowing vegetables in th win
ter and hiding from black clouds in tho
summer. She is also preparing to run
a fence around her property and will
have about the neatest place in town.
I have a very tine grade of Chenille
Covers, for stands and dining room ta
bles, which I sell for
$1.50 AND $2.75.
Quality considered, they are very cheap.
I also take orders for
Enlarged Pastel Portraits,
fmm $3.00 to Slo.CO. Also all kinds of
frames which are fine and which I sell