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Semi -Weekly Tribune
Irs L, Bare, Editor bhu Publisher.
One Your by Mnll In nilvnnco $l.2fi
Olio Year by Carrier In lulvnnco $1.00
Kntorril nt North Plntto, Nobrnnkn, Post
olllco nit Hecmiil (JIam Mnttor.
TUESDAY,' NOV. 19. 1912.
War Incident of Local Interest.
At tlm song sorvicn nt the Mnlhodlat
church Sunday evening Mrn. Cram re
lated tlio IrirkUnt which led to tint
writing of "Hold tlio Fort," It wnu nt
Alntoonn, On., where n ilutncliment of
union soldiers, Inns tliun 2,(100 In iitim
lior, defended tlio iiiIIIIoiih of rntlohs
Ntorcil there against tho niwtult of
8.000 rebels who wanted those stores.
When II soonind tho moment hnil cotno
Hint tlio gallant dofonilern intiNt mif
render, for oH In tlio distant n dotucli
iniint of Sherman's rommnntl
tlittlr nilnronrli mid Inspired
coming relief tlm Ktillitnt men "hold tho
fort." To thin Inclilunt lociil tuturutil nt-
tnchei. Tho Into .Judge Kldor whk one
of tlio defenders In tho fort, which wuh
conntrnctod of hnlim of cotton, Tho
ntinicAM of tho onoiny 8 firing
tho uottnn on lire mid Kldor
coniinaiidoil to extinguished It.
climbed up on tho wall of cotton
with lili naked hands extinguished
Inclplont blnr.e, hut whilo ho exposed
wnn nhot through the right cheek,
leaving n scar plnluly visible to tho dny
of hln punning nwny.
Nov. 10, 10ia.
Hoard mot pursuant to udlnurnment.
Prooont Htroltz, Roberts, White nod
Following clidinn woro allowed on tho
(lllVoront rood fund to wit:
J O Askwlg, plowing flro gunrds
allowed on Dint .10 t).(H)
C V) Parsons, cash to be used In DUt
Frail Mnrquttto, cnnh,to bu used In
Joint Andarnon, ennh toi be used In
Jonopli llorshey, semper, nllowed on
Dint 111 7,50
II Lako. mad work allowed on com
mlHRlouorn' Dint 1 -10,00
John Schrnm, mad work, allowed on
coimnlssloiiorii' Dlst 1 (1,00 -
A Climnborn. grndiug work No 1U1
allowed on commissioners' DIL 1! 1108,50
C A Robinson, road grading Allowed
on commissioners' Dint 1 5125.40
Following claims woro nllowed on
geiuirnl fund to wit:
HmiUjiKton Tynftwrlter Co. mipplles,
threo olnims (I.CO
A V Heeler, mdia for county poor
Fnriuorn Institute, Dickon 15.00
Jon Horshey, supplies for court Iiouho
Fnrmors Institute, Somerset UI.80
J J Loppcr, bridge work allowed on
brldgo fund 17.50
Tho county board enters Into nn
agreement with CIiiHoh l larnol to
pay one half of two miles of fences
ncrsrni N W 1 Soo 111, and N E 1 of See
II. 7, IU Hd 20 At tho mto of $100 per
mllo in consideration of bin agreement
to acdeiit npprnlHors damages on rond
Honnl mljourua to Deo 7, 1012
, v O'irtNovoinhor 80th. HUtt, tho civil
rvlcu conunlsalou will hold nn oxninin
ntlon to till tho jio.iltlon of llrenuui
liihtmil'itt tho North PhUto fodoral
T building nt n anhiry of ?i!(!0 per nnnunu
, i Hppucniions must no properly ox.
onted nnd llled with tho district ecro
,tnry nt aalnt ym, Minn., not Inter
(ban tho close of bUHlmvss un Nov. SQtlt,
M'la, No vducRtlonal tost will be given
nnd applicant will not ho assembled
for n montnl examination but will bo
rated as to thutroxnorleucenniHdivstent
ability according to the rcconU appear-
inir in ineir nitni lent inna. NicoHire
IiIhuUm nnd Infonuntion mnv bo securvu
ly Wiping nt tho post otllce "to the
neerulttvy of the local exninining board
or to tho poit master.
Tho returns during tho first week
after tho election took very llttla nc-
count of tho socialist vote, Keports
Wn puhlinhcd dnlly of tho number
polled by tho vopulHenn, democratic
nnd progressive pArttes, nnd the
fnct thKt another pnrty wna becoming
(pilto formidable was lgnore or over.
looked. Tha olllclnl nsturiw, in which
nil parties mut have thtr strength
liwiperly credited, ahow that tho veto
polloU by tho aodtutsta was over l,tXX,
000 which la an inerne of nxi Mr cnt
, 4vyr their Vt In 1WS. Should they mVe
i a.i wjual gain Iwtwoeu this ami 15HJ
t ,thev would have a very decided weight
' in iteclding tho, presidency, and a ctsa.
tlnuatHM of tho lucrenne. uutil ll0
Would bo a hopeful contestant In the
election that year. In the rwvolutUuit
Of. politic unexpected thing may
happuii from one presidential campait
Tb nodal dnuco at tho Sadie ranch
Saturday vnlng wni a very enjoyable
oho to the larg numher who attended.
A iwjumj young people from thla city
wero present and reiHirt u pleakint
iM IVck who had boon employed at
"tlu Jlarttuan vtwar faototy for anveral
mmitn left Hnnday vuIuk (w Urand
Ulandto accept a kdmuhtr position and
piaymtno nipi Theatro owhentra.
Atrcttefl of School
Ndlleo J "hereby ulv
ltd day tit Dk itiltl,
itw that on tha
, at 1 o'clock w
MWt at tua nine o wie i ouuty i ia.
wr of Lincoln twuly, tlm Ooimula
slouer of Puhlle Laiuli and building,
or Ida authorUvd repivaentatlvo, will
olKr for loaie at publlo auction all
educational laiuH within aatil county
npon which fwrfeltvuv of contracts hjoi
been doolawd a follow!
N18 Wl t 14 tUt J, fV Cane.
ai uvwaaT. T- pV. ,
8i B V 1 iUMd'W S. ft. Calkuder.
M Ona tU nt John llratu
All ld-MJania Doyle.
HKIN Kl tUHUldlAA.Coll na,
K U. CcwWi.OonnnlwKmfof Vwk
Land antl lUdldinKj.
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Local and Personal.
Kdltor HnBmusnen, of Hornhoy, was
n visitor in town on Saturday.
Hay Murray, of Lincoln, spont the
Inttor pnrt of Inst week with his mother.
Mrs. Edward I'oters left Saturday
morning for Wallnco to visit relatlvos.
Mrs. (Scoruo LowIh roturncd to Hnst
Ings nftor npondlng n week nt tho Mc
Mra. Warren Hogg returned Friday
from I'nxton where sho visited Inst
wuok with frlonds.
Cy IUisioll returned tho Inttor pnrt of
tbe week from Grand Inlnnd whoro ho
Hpent two weeks.
Mrs .1. 1'. Gary roturnod to Omnlm
Friday evening after npondlng a week
in town wmi rointivos.
Dr. Footo, of Omnha, spont tho Inst
of Inst week 111 town assisting Dr.
Twlnoin In surgical work.
MIhh Je.HBO linker, of the locnl tele
phone olllco, who htid been III for n week
resumed work Saturday.
Mrs. Hnrry Mitchell nnd daughter
loft Fridny aftornoon for Omaha to
spend it week with relatives.
MUs Mlnnlo Solmnn returned Satur
day from Chappcll whore sho visited
tho Sudinan fumlly for n week.
Theodore Kirdnin left n few dnys
ago for Denver to spend n month visit
ing bin sister nnd other relatives.
Miss Knthorluo Feathers, of Ognlnlln,
who visited Miss Margnrot Frazlcr re
turned homo Saturday morning.
Miss Wotzoll, of Sutherland, who
vlsitad Mr. nnd Mrs. 1. H. Lonorgnn
returned to Sutherlnnd Saturdny.
.1. D, Hurgmnn nnd daughter Villa will
leave this week for Denver, Snlt Lnko
nnd Ogdcn to spend n couple of months.
Mrs. Johnson left for her home in
Iown Saturdny morning having visited
for two weeks with tho Morcer fnmlly.
Guy Robinson who was called boro
from Grand Inlnnd by tho illness of his
father returned homo tho Inst of last
Mlai Janet Slieedy who had been in
charge of a mllllnory store in Knnsns
returned homo Friday to spend tho
Mrs. O. E. Weil and sister returned
Friday evening from Loun City whoro
they were called by tho death of tholr
Mrs. Doll Davis rotunod to her
home in Loomls tho Inst of Inst week
after spending throo weeks with her
brother 11. M. Getty.
Miss Hcssio Salisbury entertained the
Phllnthen girls In n very pleasant man
ner Fridny evening. Nice refreshments
wor served Into in the evening.
Mr nnd Mrs. Clarence Redmond nnd
son returned to their homo in Gloudalo,
Cnl., tho latter part of last week after
a pleasant visit with the former's par
A prnlrle fire set by n train near
Oshkosh came very near wiping out a
part of tho town according to reports.
The lire burned up to tho town nnd it
was with quick work by the altiaons
that it was extinguished, in tbe tire's
course, which was through tho hay
bottom, It consumed nbout 5500 tons of
hay besides burning n large amount of
Farm For Sale.
The northeast quarter luel) section
twenty-four (V511 township thirteen (18)
rango thirty (!10) nbout seven miles
uutheaat of North Plntte on south side
of Platto river, all smooth land near
nllls, good buildings, fifteen acres in
alfalfa, one of best fnrms in Platte
valley. Price SflO.000.lXi. Terms. Half
.'ash, balance on easy time nt 7 per
cent interest. Address Joseph Hershoy
North Plntte, Nob.
Have You Ptumbid Trtb!?
la ther nved for rfivtr every few
days? Is yviur bUiroom modern and
luxuriantly comfortable? Aro th
kitchen arrangements convenient ad
$t& For Our PlwaW.
...Not only ace w exjwrts at repair
work, but there will b little nd for
repair if vr install jxnir idumblnjj.
Yu'll K sunrited at our fair estimates
if you "talk pric" with u.
R. F. STUART,
Shop Phon 69. Re Phon 6SS
Corner ivtKth and Locust.
Fecit Like a Millionaire.
Tho man who smoke SthmaUmtd'a
olgara U happi. wntentt flkw,
o of those who may has but a few
dollataln lta pocket yet ftid as rich a a
millionaire. A good amok- always
bring kh! feeling, heuc therv'a a
roaaott for huyiux Schmaliril-tnai?
J P, SCHMALZRIEI),
Tke Malcr f GouJ Ctar,
Did you over stop to think my friend
when you said ugly things about your
neighbor that if that person chose to
belittle himself to your lovol he could
truthfully sny nn equally moan thing
nbout you and yours? Do you over
stop to 'ook tho situation fairly in the
faco nnd have to admit that tho moan
nnd unworthy motives thnt you imnuto
to your neighbor nro often tho rooking
Imaginings of your own polluted in
telligence? Hnvo you nover reached n
plane high enough above tho sordidness
of earth to know that thro are lives
that aro clean and pure nnd lifted to
the etoronl blue of heaven's own light.
God pity tho man or woman thnt al
wnya imputes wrong motives nnd dls
honost actions to those nbout them. W
Tho Presbyterian ladies will hold
their annual fair and supper Tuesday,
Myrtle and Vicinity.
Geo. Richards is plastering a
for 1'rnnk Mnllory.
Chns. Gnmblo hns purchased n Buick
enr of the J. S. Dnvin Auto Co.
Wm. IMttman had the misfortune to
lose n horse Saturdny. The animal cut
Its throat on the barb wire fonco.
Manning nnd son completed their
work for Wm. Pittmau nnd loft for
North Plntto Siturduy.
Don't forget tho bnskot supper at
tho Rod school house, Nov. 27-tii.j.
This is thrCaaTWitir" N
Too mnny North Plntte citizens nro
handicapped with bad backs. Tho un
ceasing pniu causes constunt misery,
making work n burden nnd stooping
or lifting nn impossibility. Tho bnck
nches nt night, preventing refreshing
sloop and in tho morning is stiff and
lnmo. Plasters and liniments may give
relief but cannot not roach tho cause
if tho kidneys are wenk, To eliminate
tho pains and aches of kidney bnckncho
you must cure mo Kiuneys.
Donn's Kidney Pills nro for weak
kidneys thousands testify to thoir
merit. Can you doubt North Tlatto
W. F. Ulnlock, (109 Seventh St.
North Plntto Plntto. Nobr.. snvss "I
had an awful, heavy aching pain across
my loins which scorned to take ovory
bit or strengtli from mo. My bnck
was weak nnd helpless. I wno lame
nnd stood urect only with pninful
efforts. Tho kidney secretions seemed
to get more disordered ns tho pain in
my back incroased nnd they wero un
nnturnl and too frequent in passage
I wns ndvlsod to try Doan's Kidney
Pills and got n box. Thoy cured my
complaint nnd I have boon entirely well
For sole by all dealers. Price 60
f.mla KV,..M til..... f t.4rnl
New York, solo agents for tho United
Remember tho nnmo Doan's nnd take
J It " ' .
Oldest Hank In Lincoln County
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $tOO,OQO.OO
W Stllclt Your Duilnis.
When you send your linen to'us it
is handled with the utmost care,
washed In soft water and pure
soap, thoroughly disenfected,
nicely ironed nnd folded, and re
turned to you promptly.
Let the Auto Call.
Your Bosom Friend.
Milk and Cream
is the best sold in North Platte. It is
pure ana ntn ana nnxtueed and bottled
under sanitaiy conditions.
(OUR DAIRY) is under the roan
agement of a graduate of the Je-
orasxa utate College of Asneolture.
W have just purchased more dairy
cow putting us in a position where we
cn supply vry one at all times.
Com in and gwt a bottl it's cheaper
lnt&(vm(TvwitiJ f.f Uocvin vttT.
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Dty. edfield dfield,
WILMS J. ItEDFIEt.D, Surjtoon.
JOK 1). REDFIKL.D, I'hytlclsn.
Physicians & Surgeons
. . Hospital . .
The North Platte
School of Music
The University School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
tho principal branches
plied nnd Theoretical Music
Address nil inquiries to 122 V. Front
street or phone BlncK 311. & .
DR. HARRY MITCHELL.
Telephones Ilcd 456 605V4 Dcway St.
North Plntto, Nebraska f
Signet Chapter O. E. S.,
I Moot a 2nd nnil 4th Thursday 'of ovory
B month nt Mnsonlc Hull at 7.30 p. m.
OKiwo fxtmwmf wvm&Mitiivi' :
$S Per Acre.
This Is the Cheap Land Man.
Havoa Talk With Mo.
Fifty full tcctlons thrown on tho market
by thla hltr cattlo company mluclntr their
mncp. From $5 to J7 per acre. I will sell
you tVtO acres for J 1,000 canh, blanco flvo
yir nt fi per cont interest. I can locate
you from S to IS miles from Ilrnily, Nebr.,
nnil only 2.1 miles east cf North Iratte,
In tho best corn, wheat. ro and oats Ih.II,
and lots of Krass. Start in cattle do not
pay hlnh rent (ret a homo of your own.
This opportunity knocks at jour'tKW but
once. ' v
Main Olllco-G. A. WEST. Secy and Trcas.
Ky Exchiuiiro Dldir, Milwaukee. Wis.
Ocncral Manager's OlliceW. I1,
Iocal Salesman's Oiaco
C. B. Schleicher,
To Whom It May Concern:- 'A .
Notice is hereby eh en that the rnKjor' and city
council will hold n special nicetintr, IwRinnlntr at
tho hour of S-00 p. m., (central time) Tuesday,
December 10th. Itfli, In the lecture rtam of th
librarj" buildlwr for the purposo of mktnK as-s-wnents
for the cuttins of wecvls for ths season
of 1912 on tho follouirur described lota In the citj
of North J'latte, Nebraska:- ,-,
The cost of cutting each piece, sei opposite each
It S. ltlock 9. Miner's Addition, St.PO
lt 4. ltlock '.. Millers AdditKm. JI.CO
UotN ltlock , MtUer'a Addition. l.OJ
IM 6, Ulock 6. Miller's Addition ISA
Ut 1. lock IS. Miller's Addition, JLQ0
Lot 2. lUock ti Millers Addition. Tied N
l.ot 8, ltlock 14. Miller's Addition. X.tX)
Lot , lUock 14, Miller's Addition.J.CO
1)IT. Ukvk 14, Miller's Addition. l.O)
totS. lUock 14. Miller's Addition. I.CO
Lot 1. Block a, SouUt Park Addition. LTO
Lot 2. ltkvk- S. South Park Additicn. M
LotS. Mock 3, ScUth Park AdditNa.lAt
Lot 4. Hkwk 3, South Park Addition, t.0
Lot &. Week S, South Park Addition, l.CO
Lot fi. ltkck 3. South Park Addition, 1 0)
Lot, lllock 11. South Park Addition. 1.CO
I.tS, ltlock 1L South Park Addition, UXl
114. Wock II. South Park Addition. l.tO
N- of WH f Ulk 8, South Park Addition 2.CO
Lot? IUock 4, Trustco's Addition. l.W
It S, Wock 4, Tmitee Addition. 1 A
Lot I. Bkvk S, Trut' AdditKv.l W
Lot S. Block 8. Trustert's Addition, l.pa
Lttt II, IUock S. Trustee's AiMilioti, 1.00
U li Block S. Trustee's Addition. UO
LotS. lUixk& Trustee's Addition, I. CO
U 4. Block 5, Trustee's AaVliUon. 1 AV
Lt &, Wk S, Tnntws Addition. LCO
Lot I. Bkvk S. Truitees Additkm. Lt
LotS, Bkxk 5 Trustee's Addition. l.W
Lot S, BKck . Trustee's AMitk..ljCO
lt ., Bkvk la, No. Platte Town jo CVi's Ad-
UHKin i ivi
Lot S. Mock 1 NcvPUtteTown Ik CV' Ad
ditxt. 1 tv.
LotS. Block 10. NV PUtt. Town Lot Co's Ad
ditKva. 1 1)
Lot H Block 1A. No. Platte Town Lot Go's Ad
ditxxv. 1 0
Lot 4. IUock C, North PUtte Town tot Co' Ad
ditKO. 1 OO
Lot J. Block (X North PUtte Town Ux Co's Ad.
ditwc 1 04
Lot ; Bkvk C No, IHstte Town Lot Cu" Ad
diaon. 1 at
Lot 4. Bkvk T, No. PUtte Town Lot Co's Ad
dition. 1 0
Lot . Bkxk T, North Pixtte Town Lot. Co Ad.
atom, i ai
Lot T. Nock S. Ttsykr's AddiUcn. 1.CO
lt . Bkvk 5, Tajkrs Addition, L
Lot 1. Bkvk J. Tsjkw AvilitKW. UV
LotS, Bkvk T, Hbusaas S.vad AaMition, I.CO
Lot V Bkvk T. UtemaasSvad AdvMtkn. UX1
LotL Bkv. ei. Orceins) town. LOT
Lot I. Bkvk 1S Orcetnal town. LCO
Lot Bkvk 1S OHfwsl Uwn, LTO
Lotk.Hkvk J4.0nstKalttfwn,l.eA '
L.t.Bkvk S4, Ortcwud town, LO
Lt i. BSock lv Orvl town, Li
L4 4,Bkvk SS Ortftnsi town. U
LotS. Bkvk S. OnsfesU town. LW
Ljt Bkvk IS; Onxttui town, 1JM
Lot Bkvk WX. Orf4sal town. LW
Lit L Bkvk MS, Orvfeul town. LW
L S. Bkvk tfts. Oruxsal wn, LW
. Bkvk h OrarwuJ town. MM
IjpS T. Bkvk KN CVuwal town. U ikyk
U $. Kkvk HV, Onreul town. Ui
LoT. RVvkM.tVifvril wwr, l.vJ '
liM L RVvk W Onctnal town, L.CO
Um . Rwl V3 Orxtisl town. Uk'M
Lt , Bvk 1 U. Oncwal town. LAV .
to . Ib.vk Sv Onriul town. 1'0
j i. Bkv-k JvS. OrnosaJ town. LVO
Uti.'Slkvi S Ontnsi town. UfU
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ItwMJI IVwealNcr Ut.W.
CHAS. r. TEMFLE. Otr Oerl.
Ttakefi cm ra mr Txrvisii S milx
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Jrtosr betters. ,No erases
C P HowAlta.
Hot Water Bottles and
Syringes our Specialty.
Wo have just received direct
from factory our now line. Note
Rubber complexion brushes .25
Bulb syringes red rubber... $1.00
2-qt hot water bottle 75
3-qt hot-water bottle........ 1.00
2-qt fountain rapid flow
3-qt fountain syringe 1.15
2-qt combination syringe and
hot water bottle 1.C0
3-qt combination syringe and
whirlpool spray syringes.. 2.25
All rubber goods are guaranteed
from one to three years.
,We carry extra tubes and
fittings for bottles and syringes.
For mail or exprass add 25c.
Stone Drug Co.,
OHico phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
A few choice young
RED POLLED BULLS
Also a few Cows and
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM,
SOUTH DEWEY STREET,
Ono Mil South ol th U. P. Depot.
Of the Best Quality.
W. T. ALDEN, Salesman
The Old Reliable
your clothes need pressinn.
aning and repairing, let the Old Re
liable Tailor do it and do it rijrht We
have been doing this work in North
Platte for thirty years, know how to
do it and do it the way it should be
That means satisfaction to you.
F. J. BROEKER.
.Entrance, north of the Nyal drug store.
Jakob Jakobsen, defendant, will take
notice chat on the ltJth day of October,
1912, Inter-State Live Stock Commis
sion Company, a corporation, plaintiff
herein, filed its petition in the district
court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
against said defendant, the object and
prayer of which are to recover judg
ment for $1500.00 on a note dated Apl.
26, 1912, for $3000.00 payable six
months after date to the plaintiff and
signed by the defendant Jakob Jakob
sen, on which note there would be
$1500.00 du October 26, 1912, and for
costs of suit; aihant further says that
plaintiff has caused writs of attach
ment to issue in said action to the sher
iffs of Lincoln and Perkins counties,
Nebraska, and under said writ f at
tachment the sheriff of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, seixed the following property
of the defendant to-Trit; 1 spotted
pony. 1 set of single hxrne&s, 1 single
seated buggy, 1 black bull, 1 black cow
and one red cow; and th sheriff of
Perkins county, Nebraska, has Mtzed
the following property of the defendant
to-wit: 5 black and wMe spotted
calves, S red calves, 1 wh.c faced year
ling boll and 1 roan bull w.th lump on
You are required to answer said peti
ka on or before the 23rd dav of LV
Istek-State Live Stock Commis
MtssiON Cohpaxy, a Corporation,
By Wilcox, Halligan & Mothersead.
nifi-4 Its Attorneys.
XOTrCE TOB PUBUCVUQN.
Sottl Kn. ta&.
IVetrsnt f tSe Intwrwr.
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Notice is hereby given that on tho
3rd. day of December, 1912, a special
election will be held in the School Dis
trict of the City of North Platte, in tho
County of Lincoln, in tho Stnto of Ne
braska; the polling places to bo as
follows: For that portion of said Dis
trict north of the tracks of the Union
Pacific Railroad Company, at the Hoso
House in tho Fourth Ward in the City
of North Platte, Lincoln County, Ne
braska; for that portion of snid District
south of tho tracks of the Union Pacific
Railroad Company and weBt of Dewey
Street nnd public road No. 6 which is n
contir.u.ition of Dewey stroet. at the
Hose House in tho Third Word of said
City of North Plntte; and for thnt por
tion of said District south of the tracks
of the Union Pacific Railroad Company
and east of said Dewey street and pub
lic rond No. C, tho same being a contin
uation of Dewey street, nt the Hose
House in tho First Ward in the City of
At which said election tho following
proposition will be submitted to tha
voters of said School District:
"Shall the School Districtof tho City
of North Platte, in the COuntv of Lin
coln, in tho Stnte of Nebraska, issue its
negotiable bonds in the sum of $20,000,
00. in denominations $1,000.00 each
dated on the 1st. day of April. 1913.
bearing interest at tho rate of 5 per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
principal and interest payable at tho
fiscal agency of tho State of Nebraska
in the City of New York and paynble
its follows, to wit: In twenty years
from the date therof, but may be paid,
at any time after ten years from the
date thereof ntthe option of the Board
of Education of said School District.
Said bonds to be issued for the pur
pose of erecting and furnishing one
eight-room school building in the First
Ward of the City of North Platte, Ne
braska on block 168 in said ward.
And shall the Board of Education of
the School District of the City of North
flatte, in tno county of Lincoln, in the
State of Nebraska, be authorized to
cause to be levied and collected a tax
annually in nn amount sufficient to pay
the interest and principal of said bonds,
at the same mature, in addition to the
taxes now authorized to be levied by
law on all property within the said
The ballots to be used at said election
shall have printed thereon:
"For issuing $20,000.00 of the bonds
of the school district of tho city of
North Platte, in the county of Lincoln,
in the state of Nebraska, for the pur
pose oi ewcung ana lunnshing one
eight-room school building on block 168
in tne rirst ward of the city of North
Platte, Nebraska, in said district. Said
bonds to be negotiable in form and to
bear interest at the rate of five per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
principal ana interest, payaoie at tne
fiscal agency of the state of Nebraska,
in the city of New York and which said
bonds shall be due as follows: In twentv
years from the date thereof, but may
be paid at any time after ten vears
from the date thereof, at the option of
the Board of Education of said school
district; and for levying and collecting
a tax annually in an amount sufficient
to pay the interest and principal of said
bonds, as the same mature, in addition
to the taxes now authorized to be levied
by law, on all property within the snid
school district." '
"Against issuing $20,000.00 of the
bonds of the school district of the city
of North Platte, in the county of Lin
coln, in the state of Nebraska, for the
purpose of erecting and furnishing one
eight room school building on block 168
in the First ward, of the city of North
Platte, Nebraska, within said district."
Said bonds to bo negotiable in form
and to bear interest at the rate of five
per cent per annum payable
emi-annunlly, principal and inter
est payable nt the fiscal agency of the
state of Nebraska in the city of New
York nnd which said bonds shall be due
as follows: In twenty years from the
date thereof but may be paid nt
any time after ten years from the date
thereof, nt the option of the
board of education of said school dis
trict; and against levying and collecting
a tax annually, in an amount sufficient
to pay the interest and principal of
said bonds, as the same mature, in ad
dition to the taxes, now authorized by
law, on all property within the said
Those voting in favor of said propo
sition shall mark thejr ballots with an
'X" after the paragraph beginning
"For issuing $20,000.00 of the bonds of
the school district of the city of North
Platte in the county of Lincoln, in tha
state of Nebraska.
Those voting against said proposition
shall mark their ballots with nn "X"
after the paragraph beginning
"Against issuing $20,000.00 of the
bonds of tho school district of Jhe city
of North Platte, in the county o'f
Lincoln, in the state of Nebraska."
Said election to be open at (8) eight
o'clock a. m. and contiune open until
(.6) six o'clock p. ra. central time en
Dated this 21st day of Ocfober 1912.
By order of the board of education.
E. T. Tramp, President.
A. F. Streitz, Secretary.
NOTICE FOR PCnUGATlON.
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Deparuneaipr tb Interior.
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tis 61cJ coUo ot tmenttoa to make final
three yjr proof, to rstabtuh claim to th
land atore Jccritwl. before Kctfster anJ
Receiver, at North Platte, NVtu oo the Ulh
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ot North PUtte, Netr . Gorcv V Miller, ot
ooicrtct. Nctw . Am&xli Kunklc iui Grant
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ORDER OP HEARING
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