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TUESDAY, AUGUST 15,1911.
Stnto Sunt Crabtrcu having tendered
!hls resignation, tho governor has ap
pointed J. E. Delzcll, lalo of Lexing
ton, to that position. Mr. Delzcll is
woli known in North Platte and Lin
coln county, oh n prominent educator,
ilnd his friends congratulate him on his
appointment. Thoro is ho question but
that ho will creditably All tho office.
Tho vote nt tho primary election in
Lincoln county toduy promises tb bo
tho heaviest sinco tho primary law
went into effect This interest comes
through the large number of candidates
in tho field, each candidate having friends
who are working for his success. For
n couple of ! weeks past the fight for
county treasurer and sheriff has been
The overseer who looks nftor tho
district which Includes tho road running
past the Millar farm InNlchols precinct
will pardon uu for saying that tho soft
spot just cast of the mentioned farm
is tho worst proposition botweon Grand
Island and Julcsburg. The car in which
wo were riding Sunday didn't get stuck
for we didn't attempt to cross, but tho
fellow ahead of uu had a trying time In
" extricating his car.
Tho. Tribune man spent nn hour in
Sutherland Suuduy and Ewaa certainly
impressed with tho numW nnd class of
improvements being mndo in that town,
Suvoral of the newer residences erected
nro of modorn architecture and com
pare favorably with North PInttc
"Jiomes, Cement sidewalks nro holng
laid, crosswalks put in, the lawns are
well kept, and tho growth of trees
should be the prido of every resident of
Sutherland, It is cortainly'n noat and
attractive looking town and more,
it has a bunch of onorgotlc business
Tho bill granting 'leave of absence to
nomesteaueru in certain sections oi tho
.west qn account of the dry weather,
,v , has passed tho senate nnd house and is
, up to tho president for lila signature,
iu, which he will no doubt attach. In
T Mpeaklng of tho bill Congressman Kin
kaid said: "While only a vory small
-iwrcentago of my constituents will find
it' profitable tonvnll tliomsolvos'of rellof
Hffordcd by tho hill, I fool warranted
in having tho Nebraska, districts in
cluded in ita provisions and I rest rtiy
position urion'tho proposition that tho
good fortune of those who have good
crops should not be permitted to stand
in tho .way of relief frotn misfortune
the misfortune of those who have uf
fercd , . crop failures.
Riders Fr&m Near and Far.
Tho Congress of mughridors with
Buffalo Bill's Wild WtHjtanrf Pawnco
Bill's' Far East comprise genuine rop
rouentivos of tho world's equestrian
nations. Our own Indians, cowboya
and cowgirla will moasuro skill in tho
' saddjo with Cossacks from Russia,
Bodoulns from tho dessert, Gauchos
from South America, Vaquoros from
Mexico, nnd In comparison with 'tlio
llqynl Irish Lancers, the Gorman
Cuirassiers and Japanese soldiery will
he matched troopa of United States
Cavalry. Add to these displays ovory
possible Btylo of lorHemanship, tho ex
citomontof the Indian battle scenes.
the war dances and tho othor features
with tho exhibition, a program of un
uuual interest is euro to bo provided by
tho Wild West nnd Far East when it
visits this city noxt Saturday,
Msfunl Building k Loan Assechtisa
Of Nwtk Platte, NeWwki.
In order to aupply funds for approved
iuuua una Hssocinucn win issue a lim
-itod amount of it paid up stock.
This stock draws dividends at tho
, rata of six per cent por annum. DIvl
.. denda payable semiannually March 1st
nnd .September 1st. Money invested
In this stock may bo withdrawn at any
timb upon thirty days notice.
' This association is operated undortlio
. auperylslon . of .tho SUto Banking
xuuru hiiu mi 11a assets are invested
in mortgages onlmproved North Platto
reai osiiuo on umo marram.
Satil. GQ07.BB, Secy.
Taken up on or about Aug. 0, 1911
by tho undersigned on ftoctlon 21, town
. 11, range au, west, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, (Van BrockJIn ranch), whora
the undersigned resides, ono (I) gray
muru, ago 0 yours, wlgh 1HO0, colt by
hor sido; ono (1) iron roan maro, nga
8 years, weigh 1300, with colt by hor
Mdqt three (!J) dark iron gray marea
. weight botween 000 anil 1000 iba, ago
Witwoon 2 and 3 yoars; 0110 (1) bay
maro, weigh 1000, ago 9 years, one (1)
light; gray maro, weigh 0, ago 8 years
, Above animuls can bo found on the
Vatt Brocklin ranch, about Uwilos
Bouth-onst of North Platto, or 12 miles
north-east of Wolllleet,, Nebraska.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
W. J. O'Connor spent Sunday in
John Baker transacted business in
Con Walker transacted business in
Ogaialla last week.
Clyde Trotter of Brady was n visitor
in town Saturday.
Clyde Gliddon visited in Ogaialla tho
last of the week.
Miss Ethel London is assisting in tho
Dickey Ice Cream Parlors.
Phil Pizer of Ogaialla Sundayed at
tho Julius Pizer home.
Arthur Kosenbloom spent tho week
end with Omaha friends.
Miss Casslo Miller began work at
tho Leader yesterday morning.
Photographer Anderson spent Satur
day in Horshoy on business.
Glen Ncalo of Kearney spent Saturday
and Sunday with W. T. Bank nnd family.
Fred Glnn loft Saturday to transact
business in Horshoy for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian of Chappcll
have been visiting in town for sovoral
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mudd, of Hershoy,
visited town friends Snturday nnd
Attorney J. S. Hoagiand spent tho
Inttcr pnrt of last week in Ogaialla on
F. J. CottreliofLoad S. D., who spent
several weeks with his son has returned
Miss Elizabeth Weinberger loft yes
terday f r Omaha to spond a week
with her Bister.
Miss Edna Elliott returried to Brady
tho loot of the week after a short visit
Miss Anna Prcltauer, of Gothenburg,
hns been tho guest of Miss Norma
Silino for several days.
Mcsdames Tout, Groves, Russell,
Gibbons and families nro camping nt
Hall's grovo this week
mi.. Ann .Ti,H.n t n.i i ,.iu
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Imm MHn A mAIa IT . 1 1 ! .
...Bm.o. uuwuru, i.uvmg r-
riveu aatuniay morning.
Miss Vnunita Hayes is expected
mini, rnmnrmw Tritri n trnnira'
v... .uiiiv. . w 11 ..wilt . h . U llvvitO
visit in Lincoln With relatives.
Keith Neville and D. A., McDonolj
came homo Saturday from tho Western
Handicap Shoot in Omaha.
Miss Esther Itolnnd has resigned her
position nt Dickcy'a and accepted one
in tho Hartmnn cigar factory.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Nowton ere tho
proud parents of 11 baby girl which wns
born to them Sunday evening.
E. A. Batchclder, advance agent for
.1 . . 1 ' I
T M II S.F1 Hllf. Moi.l f.nnnnnln.l K.ntHnnH
. . "" Mnn..-u uuoiiiubo
with Manager Stamp Saturday.
Mrs. F., J. Cottrcll is expected this
week to visit hor son Roy and wife.
Mm, Cottroll resides in Lead, S. D.
Ray Stromburg loft Saturday for
Omaha where ho will take trootment
for rheumatism for several weeks,
Mrs. VanPatten, of Hastings, who
iiod been tho guest of lier son Fred and i
Wife for some time, loft Saturday.
Charles Ottcnhoimcr, of Now York,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Julius
nzor, while ejirouto hpmo from Suit
Miss Blanclw Williama of Lincoln who
spent n woek with tho Crane and Bailor
families returned homo Saturday morn-'
Ed Mulcahy, lato of Choyonno, has
been visiting in town for Bovoral day8
while unroutu to Minneapolis to spend
Mrs. W. J. Osgood returned Stollhor
lomo in San Franciaco Saturday evon-
ng niter spondlng sovoral weeks atthe
Miss Jessie Cashing, of Omaha, who
h. ... . , . ... , ' .
;i r? lTT? .J. J,or .B18l?r'
mwuuir mingm loiibaturany lor
aiunoy to visit hor paronts.
Dane Daily in North Platte, Citizens
Tell of It.
Nearly overy reader has heard of
Doan's Kldnoy Pills. Their good work
In North Platto Btill continues, and our
citizens are constantly adding endorse
ment by public testimony. No better
proof of morit can bo had thnn tho ex
perience of friends nnd neighbors. Road
Honry F. Brooks, 715 West Cth St.
North Platto, Nob,, Bays: "I think as
highly of Doan's Kidney Pills today ns
rocommonaod them n tho NorthlP atto
nanora I Buffered fMmdinm
papers. 1 auirered from sharp, piercing
pans thru the small of my back nnd
mar arid painful Passagea of the kidney
Becretions. Doan's Kidney Pills pro-
cured from McDonoll & Graves Drug
Btore, banished the palna and aches so
that I felt llko a dlfforont man nnd
corrected the disordered conditions of
tho kldnoy pecrotlons, I hnvo had no
serious trouble alnco thon and I glvo
tho full credit to Doan'e Kldnoy Pills.
I advise all kidney BufTerers to try
For Sale by all dealers, Price EOc,
Fostor-MilbunrCo,, Ru'lfalo, N. Y.,
Hole ugv'pa.fpr, United States.
Romembor tho nameDoan'sand
tnko no order,
0 LAUPsA IDA ROSS
Copyright by American Press Asso
ciation. 1911. ' ,
On one of the Vermont lakes lucre
Is a house one end of which projects
over tho water. Farmer Unoch Dale
occupied (lie place with hlx family,
conxintlng of Ills wife and children.
Ills oldeat daughter, Daisy, was a
daisy Indeed-straight, comely, and a
plcasaut Miiillo usually .played about
her lips whenever nho Hpoke.
Tho only trouble about Daisy," snld
her father to his friend Ulcksbn, "Is
that she's got it lover. I don't like
him. He's n good boy, but th'oro's no
sand In him. Nobody will ever ncctiso
Dan Potter of setting the lako till re.
"M'cnrs to me." replied Hlckson,
"that most gal at your darter's age
have n lover If they eun git one. and
an for Dim Potter. I don't remember
you or I ever sol tin' the lake nllre."
Tliut may .be." resitonded Dale, "but
I'm not gohi" to give Daisy to any
body that Isn't well fixed nohow."
One nlKlit Dau was awakened )y a
glare of light shining In at, tils win
dow, nnd. raising himself on bin el
bow, be looked nut to hoc about It. It
wan ueros the lane anu was enncr
Farmer Dalo'H or one of two other
houses thiit'weit built close together.
til!" upper whulows! "
A n. n trt.tu I It til ltttn ! IttfV tilt tf iitID
Tho first thought thnf entered unirs
head was that Farmer Dnlo would bo
burned to a clinr. nnd lin hoped he
would. The Bccond thought was tunt
Daisy might bo burned, too, nnd i Sir
Jumped him out of bed. Hurrying on
hl clothes, he run down to the water
edge, catching up n pair of oara ns ho
wont, got into a boat and started
across tho lake.
Tho dlstanro wns a mile, the burning
houso not being directly opposlto Dan's
starting point. As ho drew near
enough to get his benrlnga ho ww that
tho house was Farmer Dalo'fl. The
light of the flumes lit up the faces of
pomins standing about. A llpo had
been formed to pnsa bucket of water.
mU U)c W)r(. ,mu ,,r,,,cntV bLM.n stop
p,.(! ,v Morai'tlilng appalling. The look
' "ere running about,, wl d y, to
no niirpniw. nnd )imi could bcp i-nrni
er and Mrs Dale with neveral of their
clilldren about them, wringing their
hands. Daisy was not there. .
The explanation wtw this: When the
lire was discovered Farmer Dale took
tho nmallcr children, til wire carrying
ttw. fnlHHruuf fflifl trtit tltf.nl unfltlt
dowi;Htl,,rrt ,', out of tl)0 uo,iHO, ,t
Wns only then that he thought of
Dnlsy. who occupied u room Jn that
part of the houso tlint qvorhnhg the
Dale went upstairs ugaln, but the
UMb UUU V..MO... MJ M
.1 . ' 1
Ure. that bad been, caused by. n a6-
fccUvo cujm,1Py running up tnrougn
the center of tho bulldlnir. Uhd nc
quired such a headway at that point
that It cut him off from Daisy's room.
Ho ran downstairs und went about
frnntlcnlly. vainly looking for some
way of reaching thnt portion of the
houso where Daisy slept. It being an
extension over wnter prevented u lad
dor being rnlsed, and the wind being
off tho shore the tlamcs and smoke
wero blown bo iih to envelop tho part
ho wished to roach,
Willie the ' i was lighted by the
flnmcs Dan was in darkness nnd'part
ly obscured by smoke. He was igno
rant that Daisy was supposed to be
bUII In the burning building, but ho
knew very well where her room was
located, for ho bad often while out
on tho lako seen a whlto handkerchief
waving to him from Her window.
Perhaps It whk thin that ted hu In-
stlnetlvoly to pull In na tiear as posal-
b, to tll burning houso. When ho
enme so near ns to fool the heat ho
turned tlie boat around and kept on
Ulnwlv hnoltlnir In. Thon nhnvo tlin
crackling, the roar .and tho Bhouts of
those on tho ahoro ho heard a cry. no
could Bee nothing ior the amoko, but
nvillliv jruilin Ul LUU liuusc, LlltlJ uu
board a splash In front of him. und
lu backed right In under name and
H,noi;0 till within a few feet of tho
suddenly something rose right up
out of tho water besido lilm. He
uolzcd It and held garments. Pulling
the thing partly up out of tho water,
he realized that he held a humau be
ing. With dtfllculty he pulled tho fig
ure Into the boat, and It lay limp In
Then, taking up tho oara,
ho bucked away from the heat and
smoke that hud Imm-oiuo Intolerable.
Reaching a point where the light.
unobMcurcit by smoke, enabled him to
use his o.vox, he saw Unit the flguro In
his bout watt a womun in n night
gown. Turning up the face, ho ox-
"Great heavens. It's DalsyJ"
Housing the oara ngalu, ho pulled tho
uwl1 w,lu u 1UW ts""uh bitokwi iu
tho 8Uore Homo dbitanco away from
fhlv h,lpnln ,,, nn,, n
:Voor hoY h.
Farmer Dale among them, upa ran to-
"I'vo got Daisy hero," ho Bald. "She
Jumped Into tho lako and I picked her
Daisy was noon brought back to con-
sclnuHness and was looked upon by
her parontR nn ono raised from tbu
"Waal. Dale' said Hlckson later.
Kline yer tried to Bet he lako allro
and fnl'led. I reckon yer don't expect
uh much nf Dan I'nttler
No. I don't." Dale replied.
"(ioln" t(i glvo tier to hlmV"
"lteckon he bls'n auyway, ' Bceln'
if it hadn't hetu for him she wouldn't
ar been nllvo."
Netke t Banter.
Parties found huntlne or tresspassing
on land owned or leased by tho under
signed will be prosecuted to tho lull
extent of the law.
JOS. KNAJDL, RUPERT SCHWAIOER,
E. WlUOHT, FULMAN ROMJY,
J. C. ASKWIG, GEOIIOE MORMAN,
D. J. Greeley, Zell Russell,
Are a Netesslly
for ladles performing house
hold dutica especially during
canning and preserving season
Only 50c a pair.
Cold Cream, Chamois.
SCHILLER a CO.,
1st door north lstNat'nl Bank
Closing out Sale
Echelbery's New and
Second Hand Store,
Ranges from $5.00 up.
Stoves from $1.00 up.
Large Refrigerators $4,oo.
Gasoline Stoves $i.oo.
Dressers from $2. 00 up.
Ccjmmodes from $1.00 up.
Iron Beds from $1.00 up
Carpets, room size, $2.50.
Come Jn and feee the Roods.'
The Ladies s Home Journal, Deline-
ator, Vogue, etc., are advertising the
bpirella Corset. These advertisements
are of particular interest to corset
wearers. As .local corsetiere for the
Spirella Company I am in position to
give you the. benefit of my training
and espenencc. I guarantee your cor
ct to fit you, to.be the proper model
r . i j !' .11
i or you. i ao resiaence mung, wm
ii j . .i " . i i ...
caii, aeraossuraie ine corsei aua cx
plain it to you at your convenience.
MRS. M, K. DUKE,
408 East Sixth St
Phone Red 202.
HAIR DRESSING PARLOR.
Everything modern and Banitary.
Electric Ilalr Dryer, Electric
Vibrator, Electric Hair Curler,
Electric Parlor Cooler. Every
thing up-to-date. Hotter equlp
ed than most of the largo city
shops. Ilalr goods of the latest
styles always on hand.
Phono 201 for appointments
MRS. C. M. NEWTON
and Cabinet Work
Also Wood Turning, Picture Framing
Roam Moulding, and Window
Screens a Specialty.
Shop 107 East Fifth.
To Mamio G. Culton. Defendant:
You nro hereby notified tlmt on tho
ajtli day of April. 1911. Albert 11. Cul
ton uicd a petition against you in the
District Court of Lincoln countv. No
braska, tho object and prayer of which
are to obtain a divorce irom you on the
grounus that you have wtiuuny aban
,.w.u,4, iv.iuk va
torin of more than two years last past
You are required to answer said no-
itIo.n on or befpre the 18th day of Sop
r B. cultok, Plaintiff,
By E. II. Evans, His Attorney.
3F. J. BROEKBR
Wo wvjj recently installed n French
Dry Cleaner for Men's and Ladies'
apparel of all classess, and w
guarantee satisfactory work. Wo
are also tailors and know how to
Wo carry samples of goods one!
mnko clothes of nil kinds to order,
insuring first-class workmnnshi
and perfect fit.
A Kmg Who left Hmm i
sot tho world to talking, but Paul
Mathulka. of Buffalo. N. Y,. says lie
always keeps at home tho King of all
Jjoxativcs vv. King s jmow una rius
and tlmt they're n blessing to nil his
family. Cure constipation, headache,
indigestion, dypepsln. Only 25 cents nt '
stone Drug Co.
Suits All Classes.
The clears wC make and sell suits all
classes of men. Wo hnvo several
brands of nickel cigars which are pro
nounced a superior article by smokers
of good judgment For tho man who
wants ja. finer cigar, wo have the ten
centers, which are ns good n cigar ntf
you can buy anywhere. There are men
in North x'latte wno navo smoKca our
cigars for over twenty-fivo years and
are satisfied. That tells the story of
J. F. SCHMALZMEIX
j DR. W. W. SADLER,
I Physician, Surgeon, Optician.
J District Surgeon U. p. R. R.
I Hehqiiey, Nebrabka.
Office phono 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
-McDonald Bank Building.
g 9 saX Mf
il X. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
U . Doclsrs Ames & Ames, ft
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office over Stone Drug Co. $
WILLIS J. REDFIELD, M. D
Surgeon, Physician, Consultant.
Offico Physicians and SurgecnsIIospita
Phones: Office G42, Residence 644.
DRW. F. CROOK,
A Office ovor McDonald State Bank f
I GEO. D. DENT, I
$ Physician and Surgeon,
Offico over McDonald Bank,
nt.. ) Office ISO
iriiuuuii r Regidcnce 115
JOE B. REDFIELD, M. D
Physician and Surgoon.
1 Speclallyt-SKIN DISEASES.
Day nnd night calls promptly answered
uiuce o, Hospital, rnono wz.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Homeopathic Physlolnn and Surgeon
Special attention srlvcn to conllno- S
raonU and cbUdron's dlscasos, Z
Olllco IMiono 183 lies. Phono 283 a
Onico McDonald State Hank Hld'e
Jog-along Transfer Co.
C. It. SAWYEK, MGR.
Hack and Heavy Draying of "all Kinds.
Piano moving n specialty. Up-to-date
mix piano trucK. uince hours 8 a. m.
to G p. m. Office with Postal Tolograph
Office phone 201. " Residence 651
Send Us Vour Shipments of
Grain and Hay
Wo pay tho top market Threo cou
pons free with returns on each car of
hay you ship us to handle for your ac
count Fifteen coupons and $3.50 in
cash will secure for your hhmo an ele
gant 42-Piece Royal Blue Dinner
Set worth $10.00.
Consitm vour hnv to us and nlonsn
the Indies and also get a good prfco for
Our Motto: Fair treatment and
, Samplo of the quality of these dishes
can be seen at tho oflko of tho Semi
The F. C. Ayres Mer.
( 20th nnatlWn?eo, troets,
d honea Residence 273 p
Scaled bids will bo received up to 6
p. m., central time, August 2Cth, 1911,
by J. Q. Wilcox, Chairman Building
Committee, account Witcox Dop't
Store, North Platte, Neb., for the erec
tion of a frame rcBldenco for Rector of
Church of Our. Savior of North Platto,
Neb., in strict accordance with plans
and specifications prepared by Carl E.
ShuefTcr, Architect, North Platte,
Nebraska. All bidders will be required
to accompany their bid with a cortifled
check amounting to $75.00, payable to
J. Q. Wilcox, Chsi. man Building Com
mittee, tho same to bo forfeited by tho
bidder whoso bid id accepted, if he fails
to signs contract and give bond re
quired. ' Plans and specifications may
bo seen at tho office of Carl E.
Shacffcr, Architect, North Plnttcc-'.
brasVn. Separate bids for' hcatng,.
plumbiug nnd electric wiring systems
will bo received, subject to all condi
tions above. -
It Is tho intention to award tlm rnn.
tracts to the lowest responsible bidders.
but tho right Is reserved to reject any
or nil bids or to waive informalities in
any proposal. J. Q. Wilcox,
iu..! r..!i.i: -.
uiiuiuiiuii uuiiuni ijumuiittce.
To J ames L,anffloV. nwnnr nf T.nfc'7
8 and 9. Block 19. North Plntto Town
Lot Co's Addition:
Tho owners nf nrnnorfv nn thn nnrtk
Bide of Fourth street, between Wash
ington nna Grant avenues, arc hereby
notified that tho mayor and council of
tho City of North Plntte, Lincoln coun
ty, Nebraska, passed and npproved nn
oruinuncc on uio an aay ot September,
1906, ordering n sidewalk adjoining
their Bald premises, to be constructed
ns tn Hnn nnd crmrfn. nnd nf nnm.nnni
. - - O , ... " rv.,u,iv,l.
mnterial, na provided in tho general or-
uinunces 01 saiu cuy reguintlng tho
construction of sidewalks in sahfeitv.
Unless Said Wftlk is tonnnfmipfml hv
you along the south sides of Lots 7, 8
anu v, 01 Baiii ijiock i, owneu by you,
in accordance with said ordinances, on
tho snmo will bs constructed by said
city anu me costs assessed upon tho
said lot owned by you adjoining which
the same shall bo constructed.
CHAS. F. Temple, City Clerk.
To H. G. Rronkfi. nwnn nf T.nfa
7 and .8, Block C, of tho North Plntto
Town Lot Co's Addition:
Tho owners of property on the north
side of Third dtrpof. hotwn.m HnfOnl.!
avenue and Oak street, are horepy no-
iiuuu uiub uiu mayor ana council ot tno
city of North Platto, Lincoln county,
Nehraska, passed and npproved an or
dinancc on the 7th rinv of Rnnfnmhnr
1909, ordering a sidewalk adjoinine
their said premises, to be constructed
as to line and goade, and of permanent
material, ns provided in tho genoraf or
dinances of said city, regulating the
construction of sidewalks in said city.
.Unless said walk is constructed bv
you along tho south side of Lota 6. 7
and 8, Blocks C and 153, owned by you
in nccordnncn with nnirl nrdtn
or before the 16th day of August, 1911,
tho same will bo constructed by said
sum cny ana costs assessed upon tho
lot owned by you adjoining which the
Ciias. F. Temple, City Clerk.
To Jnrnca CunntntrVinm nnmor nf T.nf
8, Block 19, of tho North Platto Town
Lot Co's Addition:
Tho owners of property on tho south
sido of Fifth street, between Washing
ton nnd Grant avenues, nre hereby no
tified that the mayor and council of tho
City of North Plutto, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, passed and approved an or
dinance on tho 19th day of October,
1910, ordering a sidewalk adjoining
their said premises, to be constructed
as to lino nnd grade, nnd of permanent
mnterial, as provided in tho general
ordinances of said city, regulating tho
construction of Bi'dewnlks in said city.
Unlcfc'a Bald walk is constructed by
you along tho north Bide of Lot 3,
of said Block 19, owned by you, in ac
cordance with said ordinances on or be
fore the 15th day of August, 1911, tho
same will bo constructed by snid city
and tho costs assessed upon the snid
lot owned by you ndjoining which tho
same shall be constructed.
Ciias. F. Temple, City Clerk.
Tlio Statn of Nebraska. Lincoln County, s.s.
111 niu iuuty uouri.
In lin M a,t..i Af I . 17 , n . n . .
roiiiocrfpuors. neirs lesatucs and ntliors
Inture8tod in tho estato of Ocorco 11.
Take nolloo. tliat Lester Watkor, ad
ministrator lias fllml in tlm iviimiv ct
said estatn and It Is ordered that tlio
aamo Mandator IiearlnK the 1st day of
Auir A. D. 1UI1, boforo tlio court
at tlio iiour or o'clock, a. m., at which tlmo
any person lntorcstcd mar appear and except
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proceedlnir Is ordered irlvou In tlio North
Platto Tribune a Heml-Wcekly nowspapo
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Of July A. I). 1911.
Joiir Oiunt. County Judio.
ORDKU OP 1TKAIUNO ON PETITION FOR
AI'l'OlNTMKNT OK ADMINISTRATOR
Htate of Nebraska. Lincoln county, ss
In tho county court.
In tho. matter of tho estate of Ered
Hiixoll, deceased .
Onroadlniftindnilnir thoYotltlon of Ella
Huxoll prarliik'. that administration of
said estaio may be granted to her as admin
Istratrtx. Ordered, That Aucust 16. 1011. A. D..at 0
o'clock a.m. Is assTmod for hearing said
petition when all persons Interested In said
matter may appear at a county court to be
huld in and for said county and show cause
why the prayer ot petitioner should not be
wanteds and that notice of tho pendency of
said petition and tho .'icarlncr thereof be
civen to all persons Interested in said mat
ter by publishing a copy of this order In the
North I'latte.Trlbuns a legal weekly news
paper printed In said county, for three sue
cctUe weeks, prior to said day ot hearing,
Dated July M. NIL
J23-J John Grant. County Judge.
Serial No. 02233.
NOTICE FOR I'UllLlOATION
DKPAWT1IKNT OrIIH I.NTIKIOU.
United States Land OUlce.
At North I'latte. Nebraska. July. 27.1911.
Notice is .hereby given that Daniel
W. UunkM of North, I'latte Nob., who on
Oct. 1st, 1W). madn homestead entry No.
2057J. Serial No. 0M53 for tho east half of
anuthweAt Quarter, fioctlon i. Township 11.
N.. Rango 31 Vf of, tho 0th Principal
Meridian, has Bled notice of In
tontlpn to., make final five, year
5 roof, to establish claim to the land abovo
pscrilied. beforo tho rogtater and receiver
at North I'latte, Nobrask a, ou the zsthday
of Bupt- 1UU.
Claimant names as witnesses: Carl
Itioi'dur. of North I'latte. Nob,, William
Orimtli, of Dickon. NoU. John Pulls of Som
eiwt. Neb., D. O, Tibbies, of North I'latte.
altfl J, E. Evans. RegUter.