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Semi - Weekly Tribune
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Entered nt North Platto. .Nebraska, Post
office as Second Clasi Matter.
FRIDAY, JULY 21, 19
All tho way from Cleveland, Ohio,
comes the intcrcstingrumor that James
II. Garfield, Jr., fa tho choice of
insurgent republicans for presi
dent nnd that the talk of LaFollotte Is
just for effect, in other words "noth
ing doing" for tho Wisconsin man when
the limo comes to cut loose nnd stam
podo tho country for Garfield. This is
a real interesting story nnd rcnd3 as
though it might have tho sanction of
young Jim, but time will show that tho
trick can not bo turned, first because
LnFolIette will not stand for it, and
next because LnFnlottotes never could
Bwnllow nnything ns mild as Jim Gnr
flold. Koarney Hub.
Tho. center of population of the
United States is four nnd ono-fourth
miles south of Unionsvillo, Monroo
county, Ind., according to n Census
bureau nnnouncomont justiflauod. Since
1900, when it was six miles southwest
ofColumbus, Ind., it bus moved thirty
one miles westward and sevon-tenths
ofil milo northward. Tho westward
movement Is attributed by census offi
cials principally to the growth of the
Pacific and southwestern states. Tho
geographical center of tho United
States is in northern Kansas, so that
the center of population, therefore, is
about 500 miles east of tho geographi
D. D. White, of Sutherland, else
where announces his candidacy for tho
democratic nomination for county com
miBait)n?r. Mr. White lino resided in
tha" valley for many years and is
known ns. an enterprising citizen, a
good democrat and n man who enjoys
thd confldonco of his neighbors and
friends. Mr. White was Bomewhat
tardy in making hla announcement, and
becomes a candidate largely through
tho insistanco of frionds. Now that
ho. lias cntored tho race ho will probubly
dd' some hustling, for David is known
a hu t'.or of tho top-notch branch.
Thu raco between him 'and his democra
tic opponent, who is also n pusher,
ought to be ono worth watching.
"Lexington Man WanU Piesidccy,
Nebraska hns & full-flcdirod. self-an
nounced candidate 'for tho presidency of
tho United States Jn tho person of
Robort G. Rosa of Lexington, who to
day asked Secretary of Stnto Walto to
place lib name upon tho primary ballot
next spring in ordur that tho people of
tho state might havo an opportunity of
expressing a preference upon; him as
well its LuFoliette,Tnftni(d oftjes.who
are ambitious to occupy tho white
now was uoieateu inst year rror con
grons. Ho woh i candidate in tho Sixth
district, where tha only thing that kept
him from winning was that Kinkaid had
80 many homesUtfidurs backing him that
there wore only 017 votes left for tho
Daynon county aspirant,
A,t flrat Secretary of Stnto Wnito was
irtciiiuii to pay no attention to the com
mutiicution from Candidate Ross, b.ut a
porimnl of the now primary law relating
to exprosslnn of presidential preference
' rdvcmlcd'thnt no fco is .necessary in this
Mr. Ross orred in that ho thrust him
fiolf forward instead of allowlmr .ntlinn
to' do jbo, aa thu new primary law states.
; , i as?
Julv 17. 1011.
'Board met ngrconblq to adjournment.
jn-qacmt, Wnlter, Stroitz, Roberts and
Claim of V. J, Wickstrom dnmngo
by locution of Road No. 309 allowed for
$12.00 and disallowed for ?148 and tho
county clerK la directed tq notify over-
scar to removo gates acrpns Raid road
. gvet land owned by F. J, Wickstrom
George Grtrrnan is hereby appointed
overseer of Road Diet. No. 51.
-.. .Clnim of Jus. Crow overseer of Road
?VM. Wo, 11 nilowou oU.Uoau Dlst. 41
Consent petition of C, D, Fowlos arid
.Gthers asking for road on Sections 20
and 20, Township 13, Rango 27 being
ueemeti lor uia puuuc goou, Bmne ia
;, granted, said road to be 00 feet wide,
Tno surveyor is uiroctcu to survey
) tno rona poutionou xor uy u. u, t owies
, and othora.
, Tho Platte Valley Bank is hereby
'designated a depository for county
if Tho Bond of thu Platto Valley State
bank as security tor county funds i
Board adjourned until tomorrow.
July 18, 1011.
Board met same as yosferdny.
. lJlda for tawng ,care ot paupers
opened nnd tabulated, there being but
ono bid, that of Mrs. Emma Pulver,
same is accepteu ma nonru reserves
tho right to taico care oi,aomo , paupers
at other placea and'uirocts tho county
attorney to urnw up a contract.
Bond of J. S, Bobbins, Juatico of
Peace, Wallace precinct, approved,
UhocKou dooks ot county juugo ami
July 19, 1911.
Board mot samo as yesterday, com
pleted chocking county treasurer.
O. II. Thoelocko Is hereby appointed
com y commliisu nor of highways at a
Balmy of ?5,00 per, day for tima act
Bally cmployod. -
Adj. utned until July 25th.
To tho electors of the city of North
Notice is hereby given that oir tho
2nd day of August, 1911, in tho city of
North Platte, an election will be held,
nt which tho following proposition shall
be submitted to tho voters of said city:
"Shall the city of North I'latte issue
its bonds in tho sum of $22,000.00, in
denominationsof$l,000.00 each, dated
Apr. 1st 1911, due in twenty years
from their date, but payable at any
time after ten years, at the option of
the said city, to draw interest nt the
rate of flvener cent tier annum, payable
semi-annually, principal and interest
payable at the Fiscal Agency of the
State of Nebraska, in the city of New
York; said bonds to be issued for the
purpose of obtaining money with which
to erect a city hnll, to accomodate tho
city officers and records, tho fire de
partment nnd firo apparatuses and po
lice department. And shall the proper
officer of naid city bo authorized to levy
and eoliect a tux annually, in tho samo
mannor as other municipal taxes may
bo levied and collected, in an amount
sufficient to pay tho interest and prin
cipal of said bonds ns they mature, in
audition to the sum authorized to bo
levied by Section 82, Art. 3 Chap. 13
Compiled Statutes of the Btntc of Ne
braska for tho year 1909, until said
bonds and interest nre paid on all the
tho property within the saiu city ns
Bhown and assessed upon the assess
ment rolls of enld city." Said bonds
to be negotiable in form.
The nolllntr places for Baid election
Bhall be: in tho First Ward nt the hose
house in said ward, in the Second
Ward in the Commissioners room on the
socond floor of tho court house in said
ward, fn tho Third Ward at tho hose
houso in said ward and in the Fourth
Ward nt thu hoso bouse in enld ward.
Tho bal ots to bo issued at said elec
tion shall have nrintcd thereon:
For issuing $22,000.00 of the bonds of
tho city ot North I'latte, for the pur
pose of erecting a city hall, tonccommo
unto tho city officers and records, the
tiro department, tiro apparatuses, and
tho polico department, and for levying
and collecting a tax annually to pay the
interest and principal or snid oonus as
Acrainst Issulnc $22,000.00 of the bonds
of the city of North Platte, for the
purpose of erecting a city hall, to ac
V.;.IIIIIVU.. ... UIIIVV.IOUIIU l,W.Ut,
tho nro department, nro apparatus and
tho nollco uonartment. and for leWlmr
nnd collecting a tax annually to pay tho
interest and principal of said bonds as
'Uioso voting in fnvor of said propo
sition snau marx tneir uauot with a
cross, opposite tho paragraph beginning
'ForiNMulngtpOO.OOof thobouda of
tho city or North I'latte and those vot
ing against snid proposition shall mark
their ballots with n cross, opposito tho
paragraph begining with
"Against tho issuing of $22,000.00
bonds of tho city of North Platto."
Said election shall be opcitf at nine
o'clock a. , m. and remain open until
seven o'clock n. m. of said dato.
In witness whereof I havo hereunto
subscribed my name this 3d dav of
(Bgd) thos. u. Patterson, Mayor.
Attest. (,gUl UHA8. 1'. TEMPLE,
Notice of Incorporation.
Notice is horobv iriven that thu un
dersigned havo formed n corporation
under tho namo and stylo of "The'
Plntto Valley State Bank", with its.
nrlncinal nlnco of IrnnnnnUnrr lis hunt.
noas, in th'o city of North Platto, Lin-
coin county, stato of Nebraska, and for
tho purpose of transacting a commer
cial banking business, tho amount of
tho capital stock, authorized and paid
in is the sum ot iuty thousand do ara
($50,000) and tho life of tho cornoration
will bo from the 3d day of July. 1911,
to thu 1st day of July, 1931, Bald corp
oration having bubn duly authorized by
tho Stato Banking Board of the state
of Nebraska for tho transaction of a
commercial banking buHinoss. and tho
amount of indebtedness of said corpor
ation shall at no time exceed two
thirds of its paid iif capital stock, ex
cept for deposits, and thu nirntrs of
snid corporation, nro to bo conducted
by n board of directors consisting of J.
W, Payno, Julius Pizor, II. Molilmnn,
C. II. Walter. F. C. Pielstlckor. J. G.
Bcrtlor. M. E. Scott. Goo. L. Scott.
and C,' A. Liston, with F. C. Piel
stlckor as president, Julius Pizor us
vice president, M. E. Scott us cashier
and L. E. Mehlmann as assistant
uateu this oth day r July, 1911.
J, W. Payne,
Julius Pizor, ,
C. II, Walter,
F. C. Pielstickor
J. G. Bcoler,
M. E. Scott,
C. A. Liston
Closing out Sale
Echelbery'a New and
Second Hand Store.
Ranges from $5.00 up.
Stoves from $1.00 up.
Large Refrigerators $4,00.
Gasoline Stoves $i.oo.
Dressers from $2.00 up.
Commodes from $1.00 up.
Iron Beds from $1,00 up
Carpyts, room size, $2.50.
Come in and see the goods.
C. II, SAWYER, MGR.
Hack and Heavy Draying of all Kinds.
Piano .moving a specialty. Up-to-dato
1911 piano truck. Ofllco hours 8 a. in,
to On. m. Oillce with Postal Telegraph
Ofllco phono 201 . Residence 051
Ofllco phono 241. Ros. phono 217
L.( C . DROS T,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
I hereby announce mvsclf as n can
didate for the republican nomination
for county treasurer, subject to the
decision of the voters of tho primary
election August 15th, 1011. I will fully
appreciate tno support ot republicans.
J. Jti. WALTERS.
I respectfully announce that I am n
candidate for tho republican nomination
for county treasurer, subject to tho
decision of the voters at tho primary
election August 15th. Support given mc
win uo appreciated.
ALBERT N. DURBIN.
I hereby announco my candidacy for
tho republican nomination for county
treasurer, subject to the decision of tho
republican primary August 15th. I will
appreciate the support of republicans
on that day. Frank Murray.
Fellow citizens of Lincoln countv: I
hereby announce myself a candidate for
county treasurer and respectfully solicit
your support ni ino pons, ii oiecicu i
will endeavor to do my duty in such n
way as to meet the approval ot tno
people. Walter B. McNeel.
1 am a candidate for tho republican
nomination for county treasurer and
will appreciate any support given mo
at tho primary election August 15th.
W. fl. U. WOODHURST.
I horubv nnnounce mv Candldacv for
the nomination forcounty clork subject
to tho decision of the republican party
at tno primary. vvm. utten.
I hereby anhounco myself aenndidate
for county clerk subject to the decision
of tho republican voters at tho primary
election to bo held Tuesday, August
15th, 1911, and respectfully solicit
U. WILLIAM YOST.
The undersigned is nro publican candi
date for tho office of County Surveyor,
subject to the decision of the voters nt
tho primary election. Respectfully,
irAUL li. MEYER.
I nnnounce mvsolf as a candidate for
shcriti, subject to tho decision of the
voters at tho primary election to bo
held August 15th, 1911, and respect-
iuiiy BU(icib 111a support 01 uiu rcpuun
cans nt that election.
A. J. Salisbury.
1 lierobv annnounco mvself as a can
didate for tho republican nomination
for sheriff, subject to tho decision of
tho voters at the primary election on
August 15th and respectfully solicit
I. L. MlLTONBEGER.
I horcbv announco mvsclf as n enndi
dato for the democratic nomination for
sheriff mibjcct to the decision of the
voters nt tho primary election on Au
gust mm anu rcspoctiuny solicit your
C. C. MCGee.
I hereby announce mvself as n candi
date for BnoriiT on tho democratic ticket
subicct to tho decision of tho voters at
tho primary election on Augustl5, 1911.
UDD if. HEBHAUSEN,
I hereby announco mvself aa a candi
dato for tho democratic nomination for
sheriff, subject to tho decision Of the
voters at the primary election'. ' '
Arthur J. Sullivan.
1 m - - i
1 hereby announco myself as q candi
date for tho nomination of county super
intendent subject to the decision .of the
Cleo R. Chappell.
I lwrebv announco mvself aa a can
uuun . , .jut ..iiiiiianijriiiii.
didate for tho republican nomination for
county superintendent, subject tp the
decision of tho voters at tho primary
election August lptb. Your support; Is
rospectfully solicited. l
CLERK DISTRICT COURT.
I announce myself a candidate, for re
nomination for clork of district court
subject to the will of tho republican
voters nt tho primary election to bo
held Tuesday, August 16th, 1911, and I
BBsuro you your support will bo greatly
Geo. E. Prosser.
I, John Grant hereby announce my
self a candidate for tho Democratic
nomination for County Judgo, subject
to the decision of tho voters at the
primary election August 15, 1911, and
most respectfully solicit your support.
I hereby announco myself ns a candi
date for thq republican nomination
for countv judgo, subject to tho
decision of the voters at tho primary
election on August 15th, nnd respect
fully solicit your support
M. E. Crosby.
I heroby announce myself as a can
didate for tho republican nomination
for county judgo, Hubjocf. to tho decis
ion of tho voters ut tho primary elec
tion August 15Ui.
E. W, Crane.
I hereby announco myself a candid
date for county surveyor of Lincoln
county on tho democratic ticket subject
to tho decision of tho voters at the pri
mary election August 15th,
RoberI L. Cochran.
I respectfully announco myBelf aa n
candidate for the democratic nomination
for county clerk, subject to tho deci
sion of tho voters at tho primary elec
tion August 15th.
Francis W. Conneally,
I horeby announco mysolf as a candi
date for tno republican nomination, for
county commissioner from thu Third
ditrict, subject to tho decision of voters
at tho primary election. You support
solicited. J. W. Auiiott.
. I hero announce myself a candidato
for tho republican nomination ftfr
county commissioner from tha Third
district, subject to the decision of tho
voters nt tho primary election in August,
and respectfully solicit your support, I
am a resident of Nowoll precincfc nnd
my postolllco address is Hershey.
H. J, Runner.
I hereby announco my enndidacy for
tno democratic nomination for county
commissioner in district No. 3, subject
10 tno result or U10 primary eldctiO.'
Henry H. Fulk.
Ne4ke for tiit.
Bids will be received bv the secretary
of tho school board at Hershey for a six
room brick school house. Pinna and
specifications on fllo and may bo seen at
Bank of Lincoln Co. Bids will bo re
ceived until one o'clock p. m. July 22.
1911. The board reserves the right tD re
ject any or all bids. Home labor to bo
employed as far as possible. A certified
check for $500.00 must accompany each
bid payable to secretary of school board.
U. M. LiEYPOLDT, Hecy.
and Cabinet Work
Alue Wood Turning, Picture. Framing
Room rVleuldinjr, and Window
Screens a Specialty.
Shop 107 East Fifth.
Save Your Suits.
Wouldn't you like to wear that per
fectly good last spring's suit again?
And wouldn't you wear it if vou could
shorten the jacket to conform to tho
present'style. If you haven't tho time
to do it, or if you don't know how, just
send it to us. Wo arc doine a Great
deal of this kind of work this spring, ns
11 -1 : '1 .' j
wuii im umuiiiiiu, uyuiiiK, prcaswK unu
ndding new collars and. cuffs. A few
such changes will
improve your old
suit so that you
will actually enjoy
The French Diy Cleaning and Press
A. SIGEL, The Little Tailor
223 E. 0th St. Phone 182
Application for Liquor License
Matter of Application of Patrick G
Hnynes for Liquor License!
Notice is heroby given that Patrick
G. Hnynes did upon tho 80th day of
June, 1911, file his application to the
Villairo Board of Trustees of Bradv.
Lincoln county, Nebraska, for license to
sell malt, spirituous nnd vinous liquors
on Lots 13 14 nnd 15 in Block G in the
Village of JJraJy, Lincoln county. Ne
braska, to begin at tho municipal year
or vju anu to end witn tne same with
in the spring of 1912.
If there bo no objection, remonstrance
or protest med within two weeks from
July 4, A. D., 1911, said licenso will be
Patrick G. Haynes, Applicant.
Notice of Sale Under Chattel
Notice is horeby given that by virtue
of u chattel mortgage dated the 7th day
of March, 1911, and duly filed in the
ofllco of the county clerk of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, on the 29th day of
Mar. 1911, executed by Henry M. Bald
ridge und Isnae S. Baldridtre to Chnrlov
Meyer to secure payment of the sum of
$3150.00. upon which there is duo the
sum of $3210.90. Said mortgage pro
vided that on any attempt to dispose of
uiu inoiiuruy uuauriuuu in sam mort'
gage, saiu mortgagee or nis assigns
could take possession of snid goods and
chattels wherever found and sell the
same at private sale or public auction
or so much thereof as will bo .sufficient
to pay tho amount due or to becomo
due. Said mortgagers having mndo
default by selling said mortgaged prop
porty there is now duo on said notes
tno sum 01 saztu.yu. Anu no suit or
nny other proceedings having been in
stituted to recover suid debt or nny part
inoreoi, uicroiore 1 win sen said prop
erty described, viz: 39 cnlvss, all bliick
except six red ones, heifers nnd steers
mixed; 3-1 two-yenr old cattle, all blatk
but five: about half Bteors and helfors:
20 three-year old cattle, all black but
nvo; six cows, black and red: one black
bull; 21 horses, consisting of one black
span ot mares six years old; ono span
01 sorrei norscs, tnrec anu lour years
old; ono span of brown horses, ono six
yonr old and ono 18 year old. ont sorrel
maro ono gray maro ; seven and nine years
old; four three-year old bay. horsca and
mares; six two-year old horses and
mures; all bays; two bay maro colts;
unu ajiiin 01 niiiruB; one Borrci anu one
bay. All machinery, farming implo-
tnontn nnrirtr? urnrmn an1Jlto lrnlilnl
wt,,,C OUUIUVO YUJilblUBf
harness etc., valued at four hundreq
and forty dollars. Two brood sows
yaiueu at $30.00 being all tho stock,
horses, cattle and Implements, excopt
uno uiiio gray coit, two year old cows,
reu m coior, an 01 said cattio are
branded with letter M and inverted G
with bar under both, brandod on thfc
right hip, at public auction, at tho
houso located on Section 32, Township
12, Rango 32, in tho precinct of Nowoll,
Lincoln county, on tho 29th day of
July 1911, at ten o'clock a. pi., of said
Dated this 3rd day of July, 1911.
ml , NOTICE OK SETTLEMENT.
The Stato ot Nebraska, Lincoln Comity, h.h.
In this County Court.
In tlioMattorer tlio Estato of George II,
To tliecrcriltoi-K, hotrs legatees and ntliors
Intorestoil In tlio estato of Ueoruo II.
TaWotnotljo. that I.ostor Walker, ad
ministrator handled in tlio county court a
rctxrt of his doings an administrator of
naid cHttftn and It In ordered that tlio
maino Htand for hearing tho 1st diy uf
Aug. A. n. 1011. heforo tlio court
at tlio liout ot I) o'clock, a. ni., at wlilf.h tlmo
any pursou Interested may awx-ar and ecopt
10 ohl content tlm samo. And notice of Mil
proceeding Is ordered given In the North
rlatto Tribune a 8eml-VeoUly nowspapu
prlnt. d in said county prior to tld date.
Wltuesa my hand and Os of t! coun
ty court at North I'latte. Nob., this 10th day
of July A D. 1911.
John Quant, County Judgu.
Smif, S'milibBs, CaraatKi'
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those in tho sick, and with na
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any other, and with less expense
to tho human economy. This
system of medicino has at its
command anything in the realm
nf cure, such as electricity in any
form, tho Vibrator, Massage,
Hyrotherafenties. Therefore tho
correctness of choosing this lino
of treatment, rather thnn whims
with a single borrowed idea.
For out of town patients nnd all
those interested: rooms furnished
when desired, for confinement,
medical and tho necessary surgi
cal cases. Trained nurses in
Dr. J. S. Twinem,
Medical and Surgical Praclicioner
I GEO. D. DENT,
I Physician and Surgeon,
r Ofllce over McDonald Bank.
31 Phnn..a I Office 130
I Phonus Residence 115
JOE B. REDFIELD, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Specialty: SKIN DISEASES.
Day and night calls promptly answered
unice r. a. Hospital, rnone w&.
DR. W. W. SADLER,'
Physician, Surgeon, Optician.
District Surgeon U. P. R.. R.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Homeopathic Phyilclan and Surgeon
S Upeclal attention given to confine- S
tt ,menta"d children's diseases, g
W Ofllco I'liono 183 1!.!S. I'hono 283
Offlco McDonald Stato Hank llldV
Notice of Special Election.
Notice is horeby Riven that on tho
20th day of June, 1911, tho Mayor nnd
City Council of the city of North
Platto, Nebraska, passed and approved
an ordinance entitled:
"An ordinance granting to tho Ne
braska Telephone Company, its succes
sor and assipns, right of way for tho
maintenance of wires, underground
commits nnu appurtenances thereto,
through, upon, oyer and under the
streets and alleys of tho streets of
North Platto. Nebraska; regulating the
erection and construction of poles,
wires and conduits and protecting the
same in saiu city 01 JNortn i'latte, etc."
And that on the 18th day of July. 1911.
a petition was filed in the ofiice of tho
ciont 01 tno city or JNortnriatte, signeu
by 217 qualified voters of tho city of
North Platte, the samo being 0 per
cjrjtot tne voters ot sucncity, request
ing that tho saiu ordinance "bo rc-
torreu to the voters 01 the city of
Nprth Platto, Nebraska, at a special
election in said city, to be called and
held, according' to law, for their rojec
tidn or approval".
Now, therefore, I, Charles F.
Temple, city clerk of tho city of North
Platto, by virtue of the power in me
veflted hereby call a special election to
bo held on the 2nd day of August, A.
D. 1911, between tho hours of 9 a. m.
and 7 p. 111. in Baid city of North Platte,
for tho purpose of voting on said ordi
nance. Tho voting places at said election
shall bo in tlio First Ward in said city,
at tho hose houso in said ward, in the
Second ward in 'said city, in the com
missioners room in tho court houso in
said ward, in the Third ward in said
city at the hoso houso in said ward nnd
in the Fourth ward in said city at tho
hoso houso in said ward.
Tho Ballots to bo used at said
election shall have written or printed
Approving the ordinance passed Tand
approved tno 20th day of June, 1911,
by the Mnyor and City Council of tho
city of North Platte, Nebraska, en
titled: "An ordinanco granting to tho Ne
braska Telephone Company, Its succos
sors nnd assigns, right of way for tho
maintenance of poles, wires under
ground conduits and appurtenences
thereto, through, upon, over and under
the streets and alloys of the city of
North Platte, Nebraska; regulating tho
erection nnd construction of poles, wires
nnd conduits and protecting the samo In
said city of North Platto. 'r
Rejecting the Ordinanco passed and
npproved the 20th day of June, 1911,
by the Mayor and City Council of tho
city of North platto, Nebraska, en
"An Ordinance granting to the Ne
braska Telephone Company, its succes
sors and assigns, right of way for tho
maintenance of poles, wires, under
ground conduits and appurtenances
ttiqroto, through, upon, over and under
trie streets anu alleys of tho city of
North Platte, Nebraska; regulating tho
erection and construction of the polos,
Wires nnd conduits and protecting the
samo in Bnid city of North Platte'
Those voting ip favor of approving
said ordinanco shall mark their ballot
With an X opposito tho paragraphbegin
ing "Approving the ordinance passed and
npproved the 20th day of June, 1911."
ThOse voting to reject said ordinanco
shall mark their ballot with an X op
posite the paragraph beginning "Re
jecting the ordinanco passed and ap
proved the 20th day of Juno, 1911."
Copies of said ordinance in pamphlet
form can bo obtained by voters who de
sire same froo of charge at tho ofllco
or tho City Clork of the city of North
Platte, in the rear of tho Platto Vallov
Bank. Charles F. Temple,
Clerk of City of North Platte.
Send Us Your Shipments of
Grain and Hay
Wo nav tho ton market. Three cou
pons free with returns on each car of
hay you Bhip us to handle for your ac
count Fifteen coupons and $3.50 in
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Set worth $10.00.
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can ho seen at the ofllco of the Semi-
The F. C. Ayres Mer. Co.,
20th and Wazeo Streets,
Notice for Bids .
Sealed bids for tho construction nf n
Public Library Building will be re-
cuivuu ui ujju ciock r. m.. Juiy aum,
1911, by Annie C. Kramph, Secretary
ruDiic jjiorary tioarti, first National
Bank Buildimr. North Platto. NehrnRWn.
All bids must be in strict accordance
witn plans and specifications prepared
by Carj E. Schaoffcr, Architect, North
Platto, Nebraska and must be accom
panied by a certified check for 3 per
cent of tho bid, check to be made pay
able to Annie C. Kramph, Secretary.
PlanB can be seen at the office of
Annie C. Kramph, Secretary Public
Library Board, North Platto, Nebraska
and at the offlco of Carl E. ShaefTer,
Architect, North Platte, Nebraska.
Tho right is reserved to reject any or
all bids. Tho successful bidder must
furnish a good and sufficient bond for
faithful performance of tho contract
and said bond must bo approved by tho
Library Board, their judgment to be
final and conclusive as to the sufficiency
of tho bond.
By order of tho Public Library Board,
North Platte, Nebraska.
Annie C. Kramph, Secretary,
Butler Buchanan, President.
Road No. 344.
The commissioner appointed to view
for tho purpose of estaulising a public
road as follows:
Commencing at tho northeast corner
of Section 12, township 1G, range 20,
and running thenco west one mile to tho
northwest corner of section 12, town
ship 10, rango 26, thence running south
ono and one half miles to the south
cast corner of the n. e. quarter section
14, township 16, rango 20.
Also commencing at n. 0. corner of
section 14, township 10, range 20, and
running west one hnlf mile as nearly on
tho line as practical; has reported in
favor of tho establishment of said road
and all claims for damago or objection
thereto must be filed, in the office of tho
county clerk On or before noon on tho
31st day of August, 1911.
Dated North Platte, Neb., Juno 28,
1911. F. R. Elliott, County Clerk.
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Road No. 347.
The commissioner appointed to view
for the purpose of establishing a public
road as follows: Commencing at the.
northeast corner section 20, township
1G, range 20, and running thenco east
along the north-section line "of said sec
tion 20 to a point about 40 roads cast
of tiie northeast corner of northwest
quarter: thenco southeasteriy around
the canyon in northwest quarter of
northeast quarter of said section and
back to section line at about the north
east corner of northwest quarter of tho
northeast quarter of said section thenco
east along said section lino about thirty
rods; thence southerly across the cor
ner of tho northeast quarter of the
northeast quarter of said section 20 to
tho intersection of tho east lino; thenco
south along tho oast line of said section
to tee intersection of Road No. 212 has
reported in favor of tho location of
said roads as follows:
Commcnclne at tho northwest corner
of section 20, township 16, rango 20,
and rnnning thenco east along tho
north section lino of said section 20, to
a point about 40 rods cast of the north
east comer of the northwest quarter;
thenco southeasterly around tno can
yon, thenco in an easteriy direction
to section lino between sections 2C and
20 said town and range,
I also recommend that a road com
mencing about 40 rods west of the
northeast comer of the northwest quar
ter section 26, township 10, range 26,
and running thence in a southerly
direction for about 80 rods to intersect
with the former described road and all
objections thereto or claims for dnmage
must be filed in tho office of tho county
clerk On or before noon on tho 31st day
of August 1911.
Dated North Platte, Nob., Juno 28th,
1911. F. R. Elliott, County Clerk.
Primary Election Notice, 1911.
I, F. R. Elliott, County Clork, of
Lincoln County, Nebraska, do hereby
direct that a primary (election bo held
at tho voting places in tho various pre
cincts of Lincoln Gounty, Nebraska, as
by law provided, on tho third Tuesday
in August, A. D. 1911.
At said primary election, candidates
for the following offices snail bo nom
inated to be voted on at the regular
November, A. D., 1911 election:
Threo judges or the Supremo Court;
Two regents of tho State University;
One state Railway Commissioner;
One district judge Thirteenth judicial
district in Nebraska.
Ono county judge;
Ono county treasurer;
One county clerk;
Ono county surveyor;
Ono county superintendent;
Ono clerk of tho District.Court;
Ono county commissioner, commis
sioner district number three;
One overseer in cash road distsict;
Two justices of tho peace; (in each
Constables; (in each precinct)
Which election will bo open at 12 M
Pn and continue open until 9:00 o'clock
'n the afternoon of tho samo day.
Dntel, North Platte, Nebraska, June
F. R. Elliott, County CUrk.