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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
IRA L. BARE, Editor and Publisher.
Subscription Rates-By mall $1.25 por year, by carrier $1.50; cash in advance
Entered at tho North I'latto, Nebraska, Postofilce as second class matter.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912.
THE SUTHERLAND FARMERS' INSTITUTE.
DY JAMES M.
The corn fair and institute this year
was a decided success. It is the aim of
tho management to create more inter-
rst, and a better fair each yoar, and
after putting our best cfTort3 forth wo
feel in part wo have succeeded.
Wo want to create a spirit in our
community not of "can I get a first prize
if I exhibit," but "is my stuff good
enough,. to show and will it help Borne
one to boo it, and see what canbo done
in Western Nebraska."
We want to make our boys and girls
bettor in whatever sphere of life they
may chose than they have been.
Tho display of agriculture, horticul
ture, fruit, stock, fancy work and art
wore good, in fnct some of them were
very good. Thore was a largo display
oftapple8, 14 or 15 varieties, somo of
theni would ulmost match the sunny
cheeked npplea of tho rocked ribbed
Ozarks whore tho famous upples are
grown that have taken moro prizes at
worldi-iaira than any other terri
tory of the same size in tho world. Tho
finest Janets tho writer over saw are
grown in this North Platte valley.
Missouri Pippins, Ben Davis, Baldwin,
Wine Sap, Grimes' Golden and a num
ber of other well known varieties do
very well! here. Our people nro proud
of their fruit and thoy have n right to
Tho display of horticulture was fine,
but.wai mostly fromd irrigate farms,
which provos we have the soil and if we
can just learn to store our moisture as
theno Institute people aro trying to
toach Us to do, a farm in Western
Nebraska even on the table land will
equal a gold mine.
Tho horses and mules shown were
good and would havo been considered so
SALE OF RED CROSS
Beginning to-day over 80,000,000 Red
Cross Christmas SoqIb will bo placed on
flulo in almost every largo city and
nearly ovory state of tho United States,
the proceeds to go for the benefit of
tho anti-tuberculosis movement in the
community whore tho seals are eold.
This announcement was made today
from headquarters of The National As
sociation for tho Study nnd Prevention
of Tuberculosis which is dirocting tho
8alo from its New York office -
The seals will bo sold from drug
stores, department stores and other
kinds of stores and shops, from post
offices, railwuy stutionq, booths on tho
gtrcot, hotel lobbies nnd in numorous
1 Walter V. Hongland, state senator
elect for this district, hns been men
tioned by tho North Plattu Tribune for
tho position of president pro tern of tho
Nebraska senate. Wo can second the
motion. Mr. Hongland hns seryed ono
term In tho sonato and thereby gained
such information and knowledge as will
fit him for tho position. And besides,
his own natural ability will make him a
competent presiding oflicor. We'er for
Hoagland. Lexington Pioneer.
Senator Works of California will in
troduce a resolution when congress re
convenes for tho amendment of, the con
otitution providing for tho olocti"n of
president and vice president by a direct
voto of tho people. Tho senator will
urge in support of the measure that in
addition to its directness it would have
the advantage over tho present method
that it would avoid tho possibility of a
presidential election by tho house or
vico presidential election by tho senate
Tho Omaha high school may abolish
football aftur this season. Membors of
the athlotic board of that institution
today informally discussed the matter,
nnd agreed to officially consider the pro
posed chnngo beforotneendof the pres
ent football season. If football is
abolished the game will be replaced by
aoccer ball. Tho athletic board visited
tho Creighton campus and saw a game
of soccer. Aftorwards Nathon Borstein
a member of the body, said a majority
of that body believed soccer to have
fo'wer objectionable features than rug
While Nebraska is selling upwards
of forty million dollars worth of poultry
products annually, tho grcut state of
Oregon Is buying three million dollars
worth from Nebraska nnd other states.
Tho state superintendent of public in
'structlon in Oregon is endeavoring to
onlist the school children in the problem
oscnncolling this deficit by having every
child in the ages of six nnd sixteen keop
a dozen hens, it xscnrasKa school
children were to do
that they would
mako Nebraska the
market In the world.
Future ex-presidents of tho United
States aro to bo pensioned in tho sum
of, 525,000 ench annually by action of
tho Carnegie corporation of Now York
Tho grant is provided for with
tho iden of enabling former executives
of the nation to dovoto thoir knowledge
gnipod in public affairs to tho public
good, frco from pecuniary care. A
similar amount is to be paid widows of
ox-presidents as long as thoy remain
unmarried. The pensions uro to bo
promptly offered to the ox.presideiUs.or
thoir widows so that no application will
be required from tlvjm. Payment is to
ba continued so long as the recipients
'remain unprovided for by the government."
in any locality. Our judge, a horse man
from a distance, said he was surprised
at the quality and breeding of the Btuff
shown, and that there were few sec
tions in this part of the state that could
bring out as many good horses. The
prize winners were lined up
marched up and down front street
a thrill of admiration rap through
crowd and one heard on all sides
must keep our fair up, it is better this
year than ever, we never before had
such a lot of fine horses," and this is
the way to keep it up. Bring out your
good stuff reganllcss of Iho judgo's de
cision. You may think you got it "in
tho nock" sometimes but stop- people
look at things different and this is for
an educational purpose not just t) nim
at premiums. There were no cattle
shown but it is th association's inten
tions to create an interest in raising
good cattle as well as good horses and
hogs. Everyone knows it is to tho
farmer that we must look for our beef
supply and it costs no more to raise the
best. Tho hogs on exhibition were not
so many as wc would have liked to
navoseen, but tnoro wero somo very
god ones and they showed what corn
and alfalfa will do.
Tho agricultural display was very
good, consisting of corn, wheat, oats,
alfalfa seed, sugar beets, otc. Corn did
not mature so well here this year as
usual but there was some very good
samples on exhibition. Sugar beets
waro the best this year thoy havo ever
been in the valley.
Wo want to show people that farmors
can hvo and prosper out here in "West
ern Nebrasku. So lot ovory one work
to make our fair a success. It will not
only help the farmors but will help our
county, and raise tho value of lands.
SEALS BEGINS TODAY.
other placeg. Tho number of agents
handling tho sale in this way aggregates
over 25,000, while tho actual number
of individuals engaged in tho sale,
almost entirely volunteers, will leach
well over 100,000.
It is planned to mako tho campaign
this year the largest that has ever been
held. If tho anticipations of tho anti
tuberculosis workers are realized, no
less than $400,000 will bo obtained from
the sale of Red Cross Seals. Practically
all of tho monoy remains in the stntc
or city whero tho Minis arc sold, only a
very small parcontage of it is going to
pay for tho cost of tho printing and dis
tributing the seals nnd for tho expense
of running tho campaign.
The marriage of Miss Maudo Thomp
son nnd Peter Becker took place Tues
day afternoon at tho home of the
bride's parents north of town.
Rev. Johnson, of Kearney, performed
the coremony in tho presence of fifty
frionds and relatives.
Miss Ida Ottenstein played tho wed
Tho bride's frown was a while silk
poplin robo with laco trimmings and
she carried white chrysanthemums.
Her maid of honor was her sistor"Miss
Dora Thompson who wore yellow
chiffon over yellow Bilk nnd carried
Oscar Lencooler of Gaudy, acted as
After tho ceremony a four course
dinner was served and tho young
couple departed for a honeymoon trip
to Denver nnd other western points.
They will bo at homo atStapclton after
A spocial mooting of the Tato lodgo
A. O. U. W. will bo hold next Monday
evening at which an election of officers
will bo held.
Tho Baptist Aid will Bcrvc n chicken
supper at the Masonic hall December
19th. Tho usual fancy articles, aprons,
rugs, quilts and comforts wili bo for
Come to tho Presbyterian church for
your supper Tuesday night of next week
and buy somo of that delicious home
made candy tho young ladies will have
NORTH PLATTE WITNESSES.
The Names of North Platte Persons
Familiar To All.
Who are the witnesses?
Thoy are North Platte people.
Residents of North Platte who have
had kidney backache, kidney ills,
bladder ills, who havo used Donn's
Kidnoy Pills. Thcso witnesses endorse
Ono North Plntto resident who
J. M. Harper. 409 Dowey St., North
Platto, Neb., says: "I had occasion to
uso Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney
troublo when living in Crcston, Iowa
and found thorn to be a splendid kid
noy remedy. They removed pain across
my back which had troubled mo greatly.
They also strengthened my kidneys and
regulated tho pnnsagos of tho kidney
secretions. I do not hesitate to recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at
McDonoll & Graves' Drug Store (now
Schlllor Co's Drug Store")
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents, Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, solo agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and take
Oldest Bank In Lincoln County
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
W Solicit Your Busln.ss.
rfl'iuuseof Good show nil
When in North PlaUe.
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Mntineo Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Homeopathic Physician andSurgcon
Hospital accommodations. Medical and
surgical attention given obstetrical cases.
Onlco Phono 183 Res. Phono 2S3
Ofllco McDonald Stato Hank Illd--
A. 3. AMES. MARIE AMES.
0 Doctors Ames & Ames,
c; Physicians and Surgeons,
Ofllco over Stone Drug Co.
du Office 273
m rnones ReBidenco 273
Feels Like a Millionaire.
The man who mokcs Schmnlzried'a
cigars is a happy, contented fellow,
one of those who may have but a few
dollars in his pocket yet feels as rich as a
millionaire. A good smoke always
brings good feeling, hence there's a
reason for buying Schmnlzried-made
J. F. SCHIYIALZRIED.
Tho Maker of Good Cigars.
Notice for Publication.
To Hans Peterson non-resident
defendant; you aro hereby noti
fied that onthe 10th day of
May. 1912, Sophia Peterson filed a
petition ngainst you in the District
Court of Lincoln County. Nebraska,
the object and prayer of which aro to
obtain a divorce from you on tho ground
that you have wilfully abandoned the
plaintiff without good cause for the
term of two years Inst past. You are
required to answer said petition on or
bofore Monday 21st day of Jan., 1913.
Sophia Peterson, Plaintiff,
By Muldoon & Gibbs, her Attys.
Notice for Publication.
Pntrick J. Conwav and Mrs. Patrick
J . Conway, his wife, nnd all parties
lots seven (7) and eight (8) in block
twelve (12) of Miller s Addition to the
city of North Platto will take notice
that on the Gth day bf November, 1912,
tho plaintiff, Charles P. Ross, filed his
petition in tho district court of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, against said defen
dants, and ench of them, the object
and prayer of which petition is to have
tho title to lots seven (7) nnd eight (8)
in block twelve (12) of Miller's Addi
tion to the city of North Platto quieted
and confirmed in him on the grounds
and for the reason that said plaintiff
has been in tho open, notorious, exclu
sive and adverse possession of said lots
claiming to bo the owner therof for
more than ten years prior to tho Cth
day of November, 1912, and that by
reason of said adverse possession said
plaintiff is now the owner in fee simple
of each and every part and portion of
said lots seven (7) and eight (8) in
block twolvo (12) of Miller's Addition
to tho city of North Platte.
You and each of you are required to
answer said petition on or bef6re Mon
day tho Cth day of January, 1913.
Dated this 25th day of November,
1912. Charles P. Ross.
By Muldoon & Gibbs, His Attorneys.
NOTICE OK SETTLEMENT.
The State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, ss
In the County Court.
In the matter of the estate of William h.
To tho creditors, holrs. legatees, and others 111
tcrcsted In the estate of William L. Douglas, de
ceased. Take notice, that Robert L, Douglas,
has filed in the county court a report of
his doings ns administrator of said estate, nnd it
is ordered that the tamo stand for h wiring the
17th day of Doe. A. D 1912, before tho couit
at tho hour of 0 o'clock, a. m.. at which tlmn in
person Interested mny appear and except to and
contest me same Aim nonce 01 tins proceeding is
ordered given In tho North Platte Tribune, a
semi-weekly newspaper, printed in said county
for three successive weeks prior to said datof
Witneus my hand nnd the seal of the county
court at North Plutte, Nebraska, this 21tuayof
Nov. A D.1912. V
n25-3 JOHN (JRANT. County Judge.
Estray Notice. i
Taken up on section 21, town 1,
range !30, in Lincoln county, by tho
undersigned, threo mares, two sorrels
nnd ono bay branded NE on left hip,
aged about six years; oujhny stnlliop,
3 year old; -ono bay flrul ono broivn
maro G voars old. thteu bav celdinca.
2 and i) year old, orlo sorrel mnre 3 yoar
old, ono yoarllng brown colt. Owner
Is requested to call, prove property,
pay charges and take animals away,
Dfy. redfield led!ield,
Phystclana and Surgeons.
WILLIS J. BEDFIELD, 8uraoon.
JOB U. REDFIELD, Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. . Hospital . v .
The North Platte'
School of Music
The University School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
All tho principal branches of Ap
plied and Theoroticnl Music taught by
Addre3s all inquiries to 122 W. Front
street or phone BlacK 341.
DR. HARRY MITCHELL
Telephone lied 450 505!4 DeWcy St.
North Platte, Nebraska.,
Signet Chapter O. E. S.,
NO. 55 s-,v
- - - -
f Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday of every
I month at Masonic Ilnll at 7.30 p. m.
This is tho Cheap Land Nan.
Have a Talk With Me.
Fifty full sections thrown on the market
by this hig cattle company reducing their
range. From $5 to $7 per acre. I will sell
you 640 acres for $1,000 cash, balance five
years at G per cent Interest. I enn locate
you from 9 to 15 miles from Hrady, Nebr.,
nnd only 23 miles east cf North Pratte,
in tho best corn, wheat, rye and oats belt,
nnd lots of grass. Start in cattle do not
pay high rent rot n home of your ownf
This opportunity knocks at your door but
once.; Il& .
Main Ofllce-G. A. WEST. Secy and Treas.
Ry Exchange Bldg, Milwaukee,Wis.
General Manager's Offico-W. P. BRYAN,
Local Salesman's Office
C. B. Schleicher,
To Whom It May Concern!-
Notice Is hereby givtn that the nu) or nnd city
council will hold a special meetlniilrtieVimning nt
the hour of 8 00 p, m , (central time) Tuesday,
December IOth, 11)12, In tho lecture room of the
library building for tho purpose of making as
sessments for the cutting of weeds for the teason
of 1912 on tho following described Ms, )n tho city
of North Platte. Nebraska:-
Tho cost of cutting each piece. Bet opposite each
Lot 3. Block 9. Miller's Addition, 51.00
Lot 4. Illock 9, Miller's Addition. J1.00 '
Lot 6. Block 6. Miller's Addition, -JJXV
Lot 6. Block 6, Miller's Addition Mxtr
Lot 1, Block 10, Miller's Addition, J.0Q
Lot 2, Block 10, Miller's Addition, 1.0ft
Lot 5, Block 14, Miller's Addition, 1 00
Lot 6, Block 14, Miller's Addition, 1.00
Lot 7, Block 14, Miller's Additlon.'lrtOV4
Lot 8. Illock 14. Miller's Addition IM-"
Lot 1. Block 3, South Park Addlti6n,-1.00
Lot 2, Block 3, South Pnrk AiMition.-l.OO
Lot 3, Block 3, South Park Addition, 1.00
I-ot 4. Illock 3. South Pnrk Addition, LOO
Lot 5, Block 3. South Park Addition 1.00
I.ot 6, Block 3, South Park Addition. 1.00
Lot 2. Block 11. South Park Addltlon.-l.00
Lot3, Block 11, South Park Addition, 1.00
Lot 4, Block It, South Park Addition, 1.00
N - 'i of W of Blk 8, South Park Addition 2.00
Ixt 7. Block 4. Trustee's Addltlon,'l,W)
Lot 8, Block 4, Trustee's Addition, l.OO
Lot 1, Block 8. TrUBtco's Addition, 1.00
Lot 2, Block 8. TrUsteu's Addition, 1.00
Lot 11, Block 8, Trustee's Addition. 1.00
It 12. Block S, Truster's Addition, l.OO
Lot 3. Block 3. Trustee's Addition, l.OO
Lot 4, Block 3, Trustee's Addition. 1.00
Lot 5, Block 3, Trustee's Addition, 1,00
I,ot 1, Block 9, Trusteo's Addition, 1.00
Lot 2, Block 9, Trustee's Addition, 1.00
Lot 3, Block It, Trustee's Addition, 1,00
Lot 7. Block 10, No. Platte Town Lot do's Ad
Lot 8. Block 10, No. Plntto Town Lot. Co's Ad
dition, 1 00
It 9. Block 10, No. Platte, Town Lot Co's Ad
Lot 10, Block 10, No. Platto Town Lot Co's Ad
dition, 1 00
Lot 4, Block C, North Platto Town Lot Co's Ad
Lot 5. Block C, North Platte Town 'Lot Co's Ad.
Lot 6. Block U, Ko. riatte Town Lot uo a Au
Lot 4, Block 7, no. j'latteTown lxi,uos Au
Lot S. Block 7, North Platto Town Lot Co's Ad
Lot 7, Block 3, Taylor a Addition, l.isi
rtl 8. Illock 3, Taylor's Addition, 1.00
Lot 1, Illock B, Taylor's Addition, 1 Ml
l-ot3, Illock 7, Hlnman's Second .Addition. 1.00
l.ot I. Hlock 7, Hlnman's Second ,Addl jlon, 1.00
Ut 1, Hlock 122. Original town, 1.00
Ixit 1, Illock 189, Original town. 1.00. iv
Lot 2, Illock 189. Original town, 1.01)
Lot5. Illock 84. Original town, 1,00
Ut 6, Illock 84, Original town. 1.00.
Ixt 6, Illock 1G0, Original town, 1,00
Ixit4, illock 88, Original town, 1.0(1
Uit 3, Illock 8.1, Original town, 1.(0
It 7, Illock 153. Original town, 1.00
l.ot 8. Block 153, Original town, l'.OO
1-ot 1, Hlock 108, Original town. l.OO ,
l.ot 2. illock 108. Original town. 1.00
I-ot 3, Hlock 108, Original town, MXHM
IajUI, Hlock 108. Original town, lJJO .
Iot7, Hlock 108. Original town. WW
lt 8. Hlock 108, Original town, l.Ort
It 7, Hlock 161, Original town, 1.00
Utl, Hlock 104, Original town, 1,00
Ut 4, Illock 120, Original town, 1X1 V
, Ixit 6, Hlock 141, Original town, liH)
, I-ot 2, Hlock R8, Original town, 1.00
Ixit It, Hlock 58, Original town, 1.00 .
Lot 4, Hlock 58, Original town, 1J
AH uer.nrnnWeitixl will lllo thoir objections.
it any they have, to tho assessing of taxes against
jno nnou ileucrlUcM
property on or uejore oiu
property on or before
in., (central time) Uccimbcr
il time) Decimber 10th. 1912,
CIIAS. F. TEMPI'S. City Clerk.
i Taken up on my premises 8 miles
northwest of North PlaUe, Neb., tho
following described cattle towit: one
Jilack threo year old heifer and two
red- yearlinir heifers. No brands or
Lather marks on same.
C. P. Howard.
1) clock p
Ofllco phone 241. Res. phono 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
I FOR SALE! I
A few choice young
RED POLLED BULLS
Also a few Cows and
SOUTH DEWEY STREET,
One Mile South of the U. P. Depot.
Of the Best Quality.
W. T. ALDEN, Salesman
The Old Reliable
When your clothes need .pressing,
cleaning and repairing, let the Old Re
liable Tailor do it and do it right 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.
NOTICE OP HEARING.
In the county pourt In and for Lincoln county,
In the matter of the estate of Andrew W. I ran
State of Nebraska, county of Lincoln, as.
To all persons interested in the estate of
Andrew W. Francisco, decenscd.
Whereas Andrew W.Francisco Jr. has fited In my
oflice an instrument purportinK to be the last
will and testament of Andrew W. Francisco,
deceased, late of Los Angeles county, Uallfornln,
together with a certificate of the probate court
in nnd for said county of Los Angeles, state of
California, and a petition prayint; to have the
some admitted to probate, which will and testa
ment relate to both real and personal property.
It is therefore ordered that tho 17th day of
December, 1912, at 9 o'clock, a in., at my office in
said county, be fixed as the time and place set for
proving said will, at which tlmo nnd place, you
nnd all concerned may appear nnd contest the
probate of tho same.
It is further ordered that said petitioner rIvo
notice to all persons Interested in said estate of
the pendency of said petition, and of the time
and place set for hearing of said petition, nnd by
causing n copy of this order to bo publishtd in
tho North Plitte Tribune, a legal weekly news
paper published in North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, and of general circulation in said
county for three successive weeks previous to the
day set for hearing, viz: December 17th, 1012.
In witness whereof I havo hereunto set my
hand and affixed the official seal this 10th day of
No ember, 1912.
n29-U John Grant, County Judge.
Auction of School Lands.
Notice is hereby given that on the
23d day of Dec. 1912, at 1 o'clock p
m., at the office of the County Treas
urer of Lincoln County, the Commis
sioner of Public Lands and buildings,
or his authorized representative, will
offer for lease nt public auction all
educational land3 within said county
upon which forfeiture of contracts has
been declared as follows:
N J S Wi 1G44-33 J. L. Case.
Si 16-10-33 T. T. Padgett.
SJ S W J 3G-IG-29 S. B. Callender.
Lot One 16-14-34 John Bratt.
All 10-9-32 Jomes Doyle.
All 36-9-32 James Doyle.
SEINE 36-16-34 Lydia A. Collins,
E. B. Cowles, Commissioner of Public
Lands and Buildings.
Dated Nov. 12, 1912.
Jakob Jakobsen, defendant, will take
notice chat on the 16th 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 tho plaintiff and
signed by the defendant Jakob Jakob
sen, on which note there, would be
$1500.00 due October 26, 1912, and for
costs of suit; affiant further says that
plaintiff has caused writs of attach
ment to issuo 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, seized the following property
of the defendant to-wit: 1 spotted
pony, lse'tof ulngfe harness, 1 single
seated.buggy,! Wack bull, 1 black cow
and one red "cow; nnd tho sheriff of
Perkins county, Nebraska, has seized
the following property of tho defendant
to-wit: 5 black and white spotted
calves, 3 red calves, 1 whlto faced year
ling bull nnd 1 roan bull with lump on
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 23rd day of De
Intku-State Live Stock Com mis
mission Company, a Corporation,
By Wilcox, Halligan & Mothcrsead.
n82-4 Its Attorneys.
NOTICE FOR PUIIL.ICAL10N.
Serial No. 02145.
Department of tho Interior, ,
U.S. Land Oflice at North Platte. Nebr
Qct. 16. 1912.
Notice Is hereby gh en that John H Hin
min. oi North Platte, Nebr., who, on July 14,
1904, made II. E. entry No. 21X105. Serial No.
02145, for NHSWW. NM SEW. NE4 Section
32. twp. 12. N. rge, 31. west of the 6lh Principal
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to mako
final five year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the register and
receiver, at North Platte, Nebr , oh the 12th
day of Dec. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: Arthur Con
nor, Curt Illnman, Thomas Rogau, Carl llroedcr,
all of North Platte, Nebr
o29-6 J, E. Evans, Register.
Notice is hereby given that on the
3rd. day of December, 1912, a specinl
election will be held in the School Dis
trict of tho City of North Platte, in the
County of Lincoln, in tho Stato of Ne
braska; tho polling places to be as
follows: For that portion of said Dis
trict north of the tracks of the Union
Pacific Railroad Company, at the Hose
Houso in tho Fourth Ward in the City
of North Platte, Lincoln County, Ne
braska; for that portion of snid District
south of the tracks of the Union Pacific
Railroad Company and west of Dewoy
Street and public road No. C which is a
continuation of Dewey street, at the
, Hose Houso in the Third Ward of said
.City of North Platte; and for that por
tion of snid District southvof tho tracks
1 of the Union Pacific Railroad Company
1 and east of said Dewey street and pub
, lie road No. C, the same being a contin
uation of Dewey street, at the Hose
House in tho First Ward in the City or
At which said election the following
proposition will be submitted to tho
voters of said School District:
"Shall tho School Districtof the City
of North Platte, in the County of Lin
coln, in the Stntc of Nebraska, issue its
negotiable bonds in the sum of $20,000,
00, in denominations $1,000.00 each
dated on tho 1st. day of April, 1913,
bearing interest at the rnte 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 payable
as follows, to wit: In twenty years
from the date therof, but may bo paid
at any time after ten years from the
date thereof at tho 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 tho First
Ward of the City of North Platte, Ne
braska on block 1G8 in said ward.
And shall the Board of Education of
the School District of the City of North
Platte, in the County of Lincoln, in the
Stato 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 tho
taxes now authorized to be levied by
law on all property within the said
The ballots to be used atsaid election
shall have printed thereon:
"For issuing $20,000.00 of tho bonds
of the school district of the city of
North Platte, in the county of Lincoln,
in me a mm oi iNeorasKa, ior tne pur
pose of erecting and furnishing one
eight-room school building on block 168
in the First 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 and interest payable at the
fiscal agency of the state of Nebraska,
in the city of New York and which said
bonds 8hailbodue ns follows: In twenty
years from the date thereof, but may
be paid at any time after ten years
from the date thereof, at the option of
the Board of Education of said school
district; and for levying arid collecting
a tax annually in an amount sufficient
to pay the interest and principal of said
bonds, as the same mature, in addition
to tho taxes now authorized to be levied
by law, on all property within the said
"Against issuing $20,000.00 of the
bonds of tho 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 be negotiable in form
and to boar interest at the rate of five
per cent per annum payable
emi-annually, principal and inter
est nayable at tho fiscal agency of the
state of Nebraska in the city of New
York and which said bonds shall be due
as follows: In twenty years from the
date thereof but may be paid at
any time after ten years from tho date
thereof, at the option of the
board of education of paid school dis
trict; and against levying and collecting
a tax annually, in an amount sufficient
to pay the interest and principal of
said bonds, aa tho same mature, in ad
dition to tho taxes, now authorized by
law, on all property within the said
Those votine in favor of said nrono-
sition shall mark their ballots with an
"X" after the paragraph beginning
"For issuing $20,000.00 of tho bonds of
the school district of the city of North
Platte in the county of Lincoln, in the
state of Nebrnska. N
Those voting against said proposition
shall mark their ballots with an "X"
after the paragraph beginning
"Against issuing. $20,000.00 of tho
bonds of the school district of the city
of North Platte, in the county of
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. m. central time on
Dated this 21st day of October 1912.
By order of the board of education.
E. T. Tramp, President.
A. F. Stueitz, Secretary.
NOTICE FOIt PUnUOATION.
Serial No. OJ782.
Department of the Interior.
U. 8. Land Offlce at North Platto. Neb.
Oct. ilth. 1912.
Notice lalieroby given that Aloxandor M.
Gregory, of Somerset, Neb., who. on Mar.
lOtu. lOofl. made II. n, No. 23t3, 'Serial
No. 03782, for w of o4, See .18. Township II,
north. Range 30. W.. dtli Prtricipal Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to mako final
three year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before Iteglster and
Receiver, at North Platte, Neb, on tho 11th
davof Dec 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: Ed Wilson,
of North Plant, Nebr , Ueorge AV Miller, of
Somerset. Nebi . Amanda Kunkle and Grant
Trlbble. of North Platte. Nebr
o!4 0 J. E. Evans. Register.
ORDER OF HEARING
Stato of Nebraska, Lincoln County, S. S,
In tho County Court. October 25, 1912.
In the Matter of tho Estate of John
On reading and filing tho petition of Charley
Holm, praying that the instrument filed on the
25th day of October. 1912, and purporting to bo
the last will and testament of the said deceased,
may bo proved, approved, probated allowed and
recorded ns the last will and testament of tho
said'John Franzep, deceased, nnd that tho exe
cutioner said instrument may bo committed and
the administration 4f said estate may be granted
to himself as executor.
Ordered, That Nor. ltfth, 1912, at o'clock a.
m is assigned tot hearing said petition when all
persons interested in said matter may appear at a
county court to be held in and for said county and
show cause why the prayer of petitioner should
not ba granted. A copy of this order to be pub
lished In the North Platte Tribune, a legal semi
weekly newspaper for three successive weeks
prior to said date of hearing,
o2v-t County Judge.