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Ira L. Ere, Editor aad Fnblwifr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Ycnr by Mail in advance $1.25 uno i ear vj uarncr in iiuvanco, 91,1m Entered at North Platte, Nebraska, . office m Second Class Matter. Post FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1911. Tke City Hall Bewli. The fact that tho proposition to vote 815,000.00 bonds to build 0 City JJall and Homo for tho Flro Depart ment, lias been presented by tho unan imous action of tho mayor and council entitles tho proposition to careful con sideration at the hands of tho voters. Thero is no doubt butthey hnvo given thin matter careful consideration And that they are only nsking for what they disonscs having placed him Cody Talks in Omaha. Colonel William F, Cody, "Buffalo Bill," confirmed tho report that he would run for the firat United StatcB senator from Arizona while in Omaha Monday. Arizona, tno of tho territories that is importuning congress to admit it to statehood, is understood to be stroi'g for Cody, and he declares his 'illlngneis to run if the citizens wish him. Buffalo Bill also stated that in case the United States got into a war cither with Mexico nr over 'ho Mexican trouble ha would offer his services to tho United States army as scout. Colonel Cody was appointed chief of scouts in the. war with Spain, but did not serve, as tho war was over or nearly so when ho received his appointment- Colonel Cody stopped in Omahn to see Bill McCune, who has had charge of tho Indians in tho Buffalo Bill show over run co it was started in umann in 1883. Mr. McCune is now in tho Wiso Memorial hospital, a complication of thero re- thon will bo tho time for chopping wood." In regard to tho war situation and tha possibility of n mix with cither Japan or Mexico Colonel Cody doclared his opinions wore purely personal, but whatever hapnoncd he thought that American capital In Mexico should bo protected. Tho Buffalo Bill show will open its s. On tho second utr It is season this ycnr in Washington, D. C, invitoBnppcndicitis.cur to locafo quarUra for a paid April 17. Tho-show will visit Omaha nn0dgJ cI,i,,0UWI0M' Chl"8' 25c at tins year, mnxing a inrewcii lour wun consider the best interests of demand. Tho tstlmato of the architect is that for $15,000.00 tho city can erect a two-atory building 41 feet by 80 feet, with pressed brick and stono trimmings; ono half of main floor to bo used for tho ilro ap paratus and horses for tho hoso wag on; the other half of tho main floor to be devoted to the city offices, Including council Chamber, wator department, pollco court, city engineer and dork's efflco with suitable vaults for the pres ervation of the city records; with a basomont under the half dovoted to city offlcos, proposed fireman, who will havo charge of nnd drive tho horses on tho hose wagon; there will also be a larra room for tho general fire department, which can be ' usd for social purposes and meetings anli off this room thore will be n dor mitory with five or six free beds for the uso of volunteer firemen who will make their hemoa in tho building, thus insur ing n crew for quick service in case of night alarm. The balanco of Bccond story wiltmnko an auditorium about 30 feet by 42 feet. It is proposed to erect this building upon the city lot on the corner of Vine and Front Btrcots, facing east on Vine. According to the published electfon ' lie Uce the bonds will be issued, for twenty" years with option of paying after ten years und they will draw five per cent interest. It will take $750.00 per annum to pay this, interest. A levy of ono mill on the preeent valuation would produce a- bout $850.00, waking the interest and leaving small balance for the sinking fund, which balance would Increase .from year to year as the valuation of the taxable property increased. By the erection of thin building wo would save the rental and maintenance expense the city Is now paying upon the several hoso houses wo are now maintaining and tho rntal of a down town office on the grade for the wator department, which will soon havo to bu provided for. These savings would fully equal the one mill tax levy necessary to pay tho interest and principle of th 0 bonds. Tne present arrongemont, with tho city offices and records scattored over the city ami the records subject to loss and fire and our fire department housed in rniserabie ahncka, ia h disgrace to the city. There is not a city in tho state of half the size of North'Plntto but has a substantial City Hall with suitable offices for tiie City Officers and a home for their Fire Department. It is high time that North Platte was - getting into the procession with the other progressive towns of the Btate. tho city ccntly. "Arizona should have bfen admitted this year," said Colonel Cody in speak ing of his candidacy. "However, wc will surely bo admitted noxt year, nnd forest itself in independent compan ies, knowing that any time agents of the Bell can purchase tha ' controlling interest in the independent companies and by its well known business meth ods make tho minority interests value less. "Second because tho proposed law will givo to tho railway commission the absoluto power to say that no munici pality ot locality shall permit tho es tablishment of n competing company except upon tho granting of a certif icate by tho railway commission that such, company is a public necessity," According to best available statistics it cost Japan $585,000,000 to achievo what is culled its victory over Rusla. Its present national debt is $1,125,153- 411, which amounts to $21.50 per capita. It is paying out under thoheadof "in terest and other annual charges" $76, 283, 530, as compared with $21,803,000, which the United States is paying, and the United States' revenues are about treble those of Japan. Tho people of Japan nro said to be paying 20 to 30ter cent of their incomes for taxes. The debt, according to some of tho Jnpan eso nowpupcrs, is more than the nation can endure. Surely it would not occur to sober intolllgenco to think that a nation bo overwhelmed financially would wantonly seek war ngalnst any other power, especially ono liko the United States. Bee. -A Kills a MurcWcr, A merciless murderer Is Appendicitis with many victims, but Dr. Kings Now Life Pills kill it by prevention. They cently stimulati stomach, liver and bowels, preventing that clogging that with Colonel Cody at the helm. "I havo been with my show since It I started in Omaha May 19, 1883, missing only nine performances. Tho United StateB is such a large country it is Im possible to mako a farewell tour In one yonr, and I may havo to continue an- othor seaBon after 1011." Colonel Cody wns accompanied by his sinter, Mrs, Julia C. Goodman of Lin coln, while on Ids visit to Omaha. Bee. The Merchants' and Manufacturers' League Bends out the statement that in jNouragKB, a license state, uinro wcro 424 convicts in tho state during tha year 1010 as compared to 890 In the penitentiary of the Btate of Kansas, a prohibition state; that 102 we.r admitted" to the penltenitiary of Nebraska in 1010 as compared to ' 203 for Kansas; and that tho totals of prisoners in tho penltoiitarlea and county jails in 1008 woro 021 for Nebraska nnd j Mn . mi r tit z,ii2 ior Kansas, xno ngurer, it is as serted, aro from tho bienninl reports of the wardens of tho two ponitentiar leu and, as to the number of prisoners In penltunitarle nnd jails, from tho an ..t . . ii . mini report 01 mo uuiteu states com mlsslonar gonernl of Immigration While thero might bo somo difference in tho matter of tho number of convicts is tho penitentiaries, on account of tho unprocodently reckless use of pardons and paroles in this state, yet oven this feature, undoubtedly somewhat in favor of Kansas, would not make up tho en tire difference. It may bo urged and it will be urged that no attention should .be paid to this statement 'because it conos from an organization interested in tii continuance of tho manufacture at a . ana saie or. liquor, iiowever, tne un biased and open mind will probably Mrs. Millard Asks for Divorce. Tiie following from tho Omaha Bee of Wednesday will bo of intorest to old residents of North Plntto who' woro nc nuulnted with Mrs. Millard when as a girl sho lived in this city; Mrs. Frankle Barton Millard has in stituted proceedings In district court to secure a divorce from her husband, William B. Millard. Mrs. Millard charges desertion und asks for the cus tody of the three younger children. Tile suit was filed late Monday afternoon by W. IL Do France, attornoy for Mrs. Millard. Mrs. Millard makes no charges in her petition other thnn tho ono of plain de aortion. Sho states that on Docembcr 20, 100C, her husband desorted her and that for the Bpacn of four years and more since that time he has boeh. willfully absent. Mrs. Millard boforo hor marriage in November of 1883 was Miss Frankio Barton, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Guy C. Barton. Mr. Millard is a son of ex Sonator Joseph H. Millard. Thero are four children, nil boys: Barton, 25 years old; Joseph II., 1G; Henry Ray, 12; Wlllnrd B., jr., 10. Mrs. Millard states in hor poMtion that it would bo to the best interests of tho minor children that she bo given their custody, as the father resides in a small mining camp In a remote section of Montana and is without sufficient means to support them. She also a ays that they have beon wholly supported by her since the tlmq that their fathor deserted her. Notice For Publication. Willi nm Ilynn will tnlc notico, that on tho 21st day of February, 1011, Wm C. Elder, County Judge in and for Lin coln County, Nebruskn, issued an, order of attachment fr the sum of $50.70 in an action pending before him, wherein John F. McAbee is plnintiff, and William Ryan, defendant, and that property of the defendant, consisting of wages due 1Im In tlin Itnnila nf tt. TTtilAti Ti rt I fi nun, 11, tuu ituiiwo ui viiv w.iiuii Hunt; Railroad Company, a corporation hav ing its piaco or business in Lincoln County, Nebraska, has been attached under said order. Said causo was con tinued to tho 24th day of April, 1911. John F. McAhee, Plnntiff. By M. E. Crosby, His Attornoy. i! 1 A; J. AMES. M AH IB AMES. Doctors Ames & Ames, Physicians and Surgeons, Office over Stone Drug Co. I oirice 273 Phones f -Residence 273 1 COL DAVE LOVE, Auctioneer. Load Inn Auctioneer of wpainrn - . . . Nebraska. Charges low nnd satisfac tion assured. Phone or write. Sutherland, Neb. DR. A, A. WARD, Ofllco: Hotel Tlinmerrunn. Special attention given diseases ot vroraen and cmeigcncy Btirgery. Happily Surprised. This picture represents a man who recoivod n box of our cigars for n gift. That he was pleased can be noted by Ills wldo smilo. You will bo equally E leased rwith our cigars, whether you uy, ono for a nicklo or dime. J F. SCHMALZRIEn. Go to Opposed To Merger Plan. Tho Independent Telenhono cOmnanv penitentiary of Omaha is one t tho Independents that is opposed to the merger plan. Lysle I. Abbott, receiver for that com pany says: "It is an open secret amonir telephone omciaia wno aro puBiung tins meirrcr litigation, both Bell and independent, that the plan is to mergo operating companies in tho South Plntto territory into one lnrgn company under Inilepcn dent management and to merge all tho companies in the Nortli Platto country into ono -largo company under Bell management "The noxt step planned is for tho two companies to ngre upon somo basis to incrcaso tiiu rates and to jointly secure such increase from the railway com mission showing that the incrcaso !b necessary to put their business upon a sound footing. While no ono has made tho Btatcmcnt to mo, I um convinced that the result in the near future will bo to put all telephones In the state, or at least in the cities, on tho basis of measured service. This will very mater ially Incrcaso tho rovonue of tho com panies and, of course, Increase rates to users. "As my own conclusion, no -state want some proof of the error or untruth meat having been mudo to me or in my in tne reports 01 ins wardens and of hearing, I predict that tho Bell, If tho th United States authority before do- legislative planB succeeds, will aoon ciaring mat tne figures nre absolutely pur:hasi oroukIi of tho stock of tho valueless, It would, of course be a fact South Plntto Independent to tako 1 . SORENSONS FOR Furniture Repairing and Cabinet Work Also Wood Turning, Picture Framing Room Moulding, and Window Screens a Specially. Shop 107 East Fifty, NOTtOF. rOU PURUOATION, Serial No O1017. nonartniPiit of Hit Interior U. H f.htul Ollli-e lit North Platte. Nel. Mar Itli.inil. Notleo hereby Blvon that Maybull (J. McNcol, of Nortli PI atte, .Nebraska, who on May fitli, Hfll. irailti Homestead entry No. HW7. Serial No. omiT. for wutli half, northeast, quarter and tsotl'li half northwest quarter of kixMIou si, township 16. north ran St, wont of the tSth Principal Meridian, Iibk tiled notice of Intclitlon to make final flvo year lirrxif. to establish jlnltn to thn land aboro described, imfore tho Iterator and Itecclvcr at North Platto, Nebraska, on , the lOthduy of May, 1011. Ulalmant name ax witnesses! David Maoombflr. James llochan. V. Yf. Orovcs. all of North Platto. Nob., Waltor llcauchamp, of Sutherland, Nob. niio i ,T. R Evans. Ttojrlstor. Horlal NO. umi. Notico for Publication-Isolated Tract. Public Land Sale Department of tho Interior, U- 8. Land Oillco at Nortli Platte. Neb March 3, 1911 Notico Is hroby given that, as directed by thoCotnmlfhloner of tho Goneral Land Oillco Under urovUlons of Act of Congress an proved June 27th. 1DM). (3lgtat.. Ml), wo will oiTor at public sale, to tho hli?h st bidder, at ten o'clock a. m.. 011 tho 8th day of May, lull, ot thin ofllco. the. fnllowlnis-doscrltiod landi Kttnf SEW of Portion t). township IS, N., iinnguw. v. v'i mil rnncinoi Aioridian. Any persons claiming adversely tho abovo described lands aro advised to lilo their claims or objections on or before ttio tlmo designated for ah J. K- Tvans m7-0 Jtcglstor. NOTICE KOft PUHMOATION Horlal No. vma. Department ot tho Interior. U. S. Land Oillco at North Platto. Nub, ....... . lrcli . 1U. Notico Ifi-heroby given that (J cor go J Long or North Platto. Neb., wh on April 21. 1WW, tnado homestead untry No. 2123. serial No, iiSsltl, for southwest quarter, Bee 20. Twp. II, N It. !!. V of the nth Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to mako final live year proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, boforo tho Hcglstcr and lto celvur at Nortli Platto, Nebraska, on tho 0th day of May. lull. Claimant names as witnesses: Gcorgn ivupi, uvorgo rauernon, unns SCHICK and 1'ied "lmautfl. mV- INotlco for Publicntlon. Borlal No. OlWio-osoflfl. Dcpartmentof the Interior. O. 8. Land Olllce at North Platte. Nob. xr .... . . Mar-7th. 1911. Notico ly horcbr irlvnn that Chris UrUlrlr tit North Platte, Neb., who on May 2S. 1WI, tnado Homestead Rntrv No. lftftlt. snrlnl n. (UWfl. for MH NK, and 8M NW'4. and on .liinoflOth, 1WM, made Homestead Entry No. MiH. Horlal No.OWmi. for NH NV!f. NM NEW onoHJi. nil in section, a). Township, it, N , rango 'Jl, V of thoslxtn principal meridian lias muu noiico oi intention to mako Ilnal II vo year uroof. to establish r.lnlm to dm lttDd above descrllstd, boforo tho Reglstor and. Kocoiver at North Plat to Nobraska, on tho 0th day of Slay. 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Lorcn 'linlr. .less T.otiir. flamnnl Ilnwltlnu. I.VnuL- Steel all of North Platto. Nobraska miu-" 1 10 Kva ns, ItevlKter HUMPHREYS' Roor.lflcH euro hv nctlnt iliroctlv on tha sick jmrj without dist'irbug tho roat of tuo uystoin. t ior f ovcra. 2 3 1 7 8 0 10 nceMary for; an Intelligent and logical conclusion, to know how Riany of the Kaneaa felons arg such for vlolatlbnaof th Jlqur UwfH.1 QrttntI Island Indepen- con trol 01 tne company and thoreby get control of the telephone industry of the atato, This control wijl bo absolute and perpetual for two reasons. "First; Because capital will not In- No. No. No, No. No, No.- No. No. No. U No. 12 No, 13 , No. 1 1 No. ID No. 10 No. 10 No. 20 No. 27 No. 50 No. 77 W'oruiB. Toothing. DlnrrUca. Ooiifjhu. Xuurnluln. " llendnchcs. Dyspepsia. Bupprossocl rcrloda. Wliitcs. Croup. !' Tho Skin. lUiounrntisau lliilatla, Cntitrth. Whooping Oongh. TiieKlilmsya. TI10 llliiadnr. 1 L Grippe. In small liottlen of ik Uuis that lit Iho veal pookot. At DrtiR'.'h ta ir nmlled, 25q. eaoh, 3r Medical Uuhlo niniled ficn. . Hmnphrt'MixLCo-.l-or Wllla-j Jobu BlrovU Mw ork. all of North Platte. Nob. J. E. Evans. Ueglster. GEO. D. DENT, J Physician ni Suracnn, ; Oilic ovqr McDonald Bank. 4 I "fisssaii.- i JOE B. REDFIELD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. SpeclaKyt-SKIN DISEASES. Day and night calls promptly answered Office P) S. Hopital. Phone 642. WILLIS J. REDFIELD, M. D. ' SiJrgeeH, Physician, ConsHltant. Ofllcc Physicians and Surgeons Hospita Phonos: Office G42, Residence 0-14. Change Proposed Road No. 334. Tho commissioner annotated to view tlib change in proposed road No. 334. commencing nt station jno. 12 on proposed road No. 334 about 20 rods east and 10 rods north of the south west corner northeast quarter of north west quarter' of section 30, township 14, rnngo 33 nnd running thenco southeast to tho quarter section corner between northeast quarter and southeast quarter of tho northwest quarter section 30-14-33 thence east one-hulf mile on quarter section lino of the northeast quarter section 80-14-33 to connect thereat with becond Street in the city of Sutherland, Neb., and to vucate all that part of proposed road 334 between station number 12 and station number 0, hns reported in favor of tho change, with the following exception in the petition tho road is to jog north nt tho nortnwest coiner ot tm Uummoryland, jog not to bo a square jog, but tho center or tho road is to bo tho north west corner of tho Gummery land, from that point the said road la to run east along tho north lino of the Gummery. land taking tho entire CG feet for the public road from the Wilson land, and all objections thereto or claims for damorre must' bo filed in the oflien of the county clerk on or before May tho atn, tail, or such road will bo ostab- llsncd without roterenco theroto. m7- P. R. Elliott. Countv Clerk. Legal Notice. James W. Potter, otherwiso J. W. Potter, Gcorgo M. Potter, Otherwise Georgo N. Potter, Eva D. Potter, Clyde W. Potter nnd Hazel Potter n6n-reBi-dent defendants will take notice that on the 14th day of March, 1911, Emma J. Turpio nnd Mabel W. Turplo, filed thpir certain petition in the District court of Lincoln connty. Nebraska, the object of prayer of which oaid petition aro to quiet tho title of tho Plantlir, Emma J. Turplo, in tho West Hnlf and of the Piaintlif, Mabel W. Turpie, in the oast. half of thatcertain tract of land situate in Lincoln county, Nebraska, and des cribed as follows: All that portion of Section nine (9), in township Thirteen (13), north of rango thirty (30) west of tho 6th p. m. lying south of tho south channel of the South Plnttc river anu east ot tho public road now inter secting said section nine (9), in a north erly and southerly direction, against tho defendants and each of them; nnd for a decree finding that the defendant, James W. Potter took titlo to tho said described lands by warranty deed from tho Union Pacific railroad company lii tho name of J. W. Potter and tho de fendant George M. Potter took tho title to said lands hv warranty deed from James W. Potter In' tho nnmoof George N. Potter; nnd that at tho time of the execution of said deed to George N. Potter, the defendant. James w. Potter was an unmarried man; and that Cyrus N. btreoter wns a duly author ized Justico of tho Peace of Eaton County, Michigan, nnd qualified under the laws of tho State of Michigan to take tne acknowledgment of saidJames W. Potter to said deed: and for a decree quieting tho titlo in tho plaintiffs against tne aoienaants, uiyue vv. rotter and Hazel Potter, against tho sale of said described lands bv Eva D. Potter. guardian of Clyde W. Potter and Hazel Potter, minors, and tho proceedings of and prior to said sale; and for decree finding thnt the notice' of the order to show cause upon tho application of said guardian was published for tho required length of time and in tho manner directed by tho court and a3 nrovidedd by law nnd that the day set fomhe hearing thereof was duly adjourned by salo in said proceedings by said guard ian, ..was published for the required length of timo and -in the manner provided by law: and that said sale nnd tho proceedings therefor wero in all respects due and regular: and that the said defendants, Clyde W. Potte.r and Hazel Potter are precluded anu estopped irom claiming any mtor est in sam premises, uy reason of nny defects or irregularities in said guard ian 8 sale, for tho reason that said de fendants havo attained their majorities ana at sam time uiu mako lull and com pleto settlement with their guardian and said cuardian hns lone sinco been discharged: nnd that tho proceeds from said sale of said minor's interests wero reinvested for their use and benefit nnd thoy have had the use and benefit of Bald proceeds up to the time of tho said settlement with tho said guardian; and that said defendants aro barred by the Statutes of Limitations of the state of Nebraska from claiming any interest in said premises, by reason of nny defects or irregularities in said guardian's sale nnd proceedings prior thereto, that thnt certain mortgage made and execu ted by tho defendants as part of the consideration for said premises upon said guardian's sale and tnken in tho name of tho defendant, Eva D. Pottor, was as a matter of fact taken by Bntd Eva D. Potter in her capacity as said guardian; nnd for such other and further relief as justice and equity may require. You and each of you nro required to answer said petition on or before tho 24th day of April, 1911 or your default will be taken in said causo and decree rendered against you as in snid petition prnyed. J. BRQEKER, Merchant Tailor. We have recently Installed a French Dry Cleaner for Men's and Ladies' ojiparel of all classess, and we guarantee satisfactory work. We are also tailors and know how to repair clothes. We carry samples of goods and make clothes of all kinds to order, insuring first-class workmanship and perfect fit. ORDER Ot' IIKARINOON PETITION FOR Arl'yiKT.tl KNT UK AD.M1N1HTKATOH OR ADMINISTRATRIX, fltato of Nebraska. Lincoln County, 'sa. In tho county court. Ill tho in at tor of tho cstato Mirv Dudley, dceoasod On readlnir and flllnir tho petition ot Leon ard Owlvert urarlnir that tho administration of said estate may lo ertnted to Loronro 8. Urlttvnham as administrator, Ordered, That Mar. lUh. 1011, at 0 o'clock a. ra Is asslsned for hcarlnir said petition when all iorsoiin Interested In Bald matter may uu i ar at a county court to be hold In inu nr - Ul county and show causo why tho iiraytr 01 petitioner should not bo er anted 1 and that notice ot tho pendene) of said pet ition nnd tho hcarlnir thereof bo srlvcn to all in'rson Interested In said matter by publish ing a ci py ot tills order In tho North Platte Tritium1, a Rcml wcoklr ncwspiper printed In said county, for six succcssIto Issues prior to said day of hearing. M Hand lVhruary 10th, 1911. f2l.il W. O. Kmikii. County Judge. Uy Kathcrlno V. Clark, Clork County Court. NOTICE. 1 ho unknown hnlrn nt Tlinmn Tt deceased, will take notico that on the 5th day or January. 1011. Marirarot J.- Ilundy. plaintiff herein filed her petition In tho dis trict court of Lincoln county. Nebraska, aitalnst the said defendants Imploaded with Union Pacific railroad company, a corpora tion, tho object and prayer of which said petition aro to uulot the tltlotolotclirhtln block eltthty-flvo ot tho original town of tho city of North Platto. In tho plaintiff horoln, Margaret J. Ilundy. as against the said de fendants, tho unknown heirs of Thomas Lowe, deceased, and tho Union Pacific rail road company, and to enjoin said defendants, tho unknown heirs of 'riiomas Lowo. de ceased, from asserting or claiming any right, title or Interest in or to said lot eight in block ulghty-Uvo and irom Interfering with tho poxsusslon of tho plaintiff In tbo same, and for general equitable relief. , You are required to answer said petition on or bofo o tho 2UI. day of March, rail. ..... MAltOAllET J. IlOKDT, Uy Wilcox & Halllgan Her Attorneys. , , NOTICE OF HEARING. In tho County Cmrt ofLlncolu County, Nobraska, In the matter of tho Estate of Duncan Hallantlne, Deceased. Whereas. Lillian II. Ilruco. has filed in my ofllco an instrument purporting to be & duly authenticated copy of tho last Will and testament of Duncan Hallantlne. deceased, together with a duly authenticated certlU cato attached thereto, stating that the said Last Will and Testament has boon duly ad mitted to probato and a'lowed in tho Sur rogate's Court of tho County of Delaware, state of Now YorK, and praylLg that tho samobo admitted to probate and allowed In this 8tso as tho lasUWIU and Testament of tho said Duncan Hallantlne, decoased. It Is therefore ordored. t hat tho said petition bo heard on March 27th 1UU, atOo'clock a. m-, vhen all poisons Interested In said mattor Jiay appear at tho county Court to bo held in and for said e unty and show causo why tho prayer of tho petitioner should not bo granted. It Is also ordored, that tho tlmo and placo aforesaid this court will receive, examine adjust and allow all claims and demand of all persons against tho said decoasod and that any persons having such claims or demands against said deceased shall present tho samo to the county court on or before the date as xlgned for tuch hearing. t W. C. Ei.ncn. County Judgo Uy KATitrniNB V. Ot.AitK Clork County Court Notice oi Incorporation. Notice is hereby given that the Kaufmann &VernertCompnny has been duly incorporated under the Jaws of the state of Nebraska. The name of said corporation is tho Kauf mann & Wernert Company. Its prin cipal placo of transacting business is at North Platte, Nebraska. The gen eral nature of the business to bo trans acted is a neneral mercantile business and the owning nnd leasing of such real estate bb is necessary for the rjroner conduct of aaid business. The author ized capital stock is $5,000, all of which was fully subscribed and paid in at the commencement of tho business. Iho existence of sa d cornoratlon com menced on the 1st day of February. 1911, and shall terminate on the 31st day of January, 19G1. The highest amount or indebtedness or liability to which said corporation is nt any timo to'Bubject itself shall not exceed two thirds of its paldup capital stock. Tho affairs of said corporation shall becon ducted by n board of directors, con sisting of three in number. KAUFMANN & WERNERT Co. By David Kaufmann. Pres. Attest Walter J. O'Connor, Secy. f24-4 NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION. To tho Electors Of tho citv of TxJnHh Plntto. NotICO iS hercbV ClVOn thnt nt thn nnnilnl nlnntlnn hnt.l in tViu ntf.. nt Mn.ll, -uiu, on uio 1111 uay 01 April, lull, tho following proposition shall be sub mitted to tho electors of said city, viz: '!!'?.!! ,t,MJ City of North p,Btt0 ,Bsuo I8 bonds in tho sum 01 ifio.wu vv, in denominations or $1,000.00 each, dated July 1st, 1911, duo in 20 years from doto. but poynblo at nny timo after the end often years, at the option ummi u.,,, kuwiuw iiiiurui. ut uio rule oi nvo per cent ner annum, nnvnuio semi- ....I.U..HJ, iMHivipui mm uueresi payaoio nt tno nscai agency ot tne atnto ot Ne braska in tho City of New York. Said bonds to be used for the purpose of ob taining money with which to erect a city hall to accommodate the city ofilcors ami city records, tno lire department nnd ilro apparatuses, and tho police department. And shall the proper ofllcora be authorized to levy nnd collect u wix m nuniiy in tno samo manner ns other municipal taxes may bo lev ied and collected, in an amount sufficient to pay tho- Interest and principnl of , Ha 1 "i " uuiimoii 10 tno sum nutnorizeu to oe levied in sec- t on 82, Article 3, Chnpter 13, Complied Statutes of the State of Nebraska for tho year 1909, pn nil tho property within said city, as shown and valued upon tho ussesamen rolls of tho assessors of said city. Said bonds to be negotiable in form?" The ballots to be used at said elecUon shall have printed thereon: T , FOR Issuing $1G,000.00 of tho bonds of tho City of North Plntto for tho purpose of erecting a city hall to nccommodato the city ofilcors nnd city records, fire department and iiro apparatuses, and tho police department, and for lovying and collecting a tax annually to pay tho interest and principal of said bonds as they mature. . . AGAINST Issuing $15,000.00 of tho bonds of tho City of North Platte for tho purpose of ercctinga city hall to accommodate tho city officers land city records, flro depart ment and fire apparatuses nnd pollco department, and against lovying and col lecting a tax annually to pay tho interest and principal of said bonds as thoy mature. 4 Section 2. Thoso voting in favor of said proposition shall mark their ballots with on (X) aftaritho paragraph beginning: FOR issuing $15,000.00 of tho bonds or tjio city or North Platto. Those voting against said proposition shall mark ih21Lb,ttILota,v,'!,lh, nn. (X nft;r th0 Pampniph beginning. AGAINST issuing $15,000.00 of tho bonds of the city of North Platte. Dated this 14th day of March, 1011. Attest: (Signed) Ciias. F. Temple, n (Signed) Tiios. C. Patterson, i i City Clerk. Mayor. T mt LEGAL NOTICE! In Tho District Court ot Lincoln County, Nebraska ' In tho matter of tho Application of John Gaodke. Guardian of Kggert Martens, an In competent person, for loavo to soil roal estate ,. OnDBlt. On reading and flllnir tho petition duly verified by John Gaedko. Guardian ot tho person and estate of Eggort Martons. an In competent for license to sell tho following do'crlbed r al estate 'o-wlt: Tho Southeast R.M?iAuf. (S.lci0of. Northeast Quarter (NEW) tho EastHUf(EM) of tho Southeast fiV..r.or.(s!f.y) na,ld. 11,0 Southwest Quarter (8VM)of tho Southeast quarter (8EW) of Section Twonty-threo (S3). Township Ton (10) jjurui, iiBuiic tuirii ono wij west or l'- m, in Lincoln County. Nobraska. for the us tho 6th !nr the for tLo malntonanco IHtruosoHf ratslnir fund Ot said Eirirert Martens. Aud it appearing fronltho said petition that tho said real ostato consist of a quarter soc lon of land In Lincoln County. Nebraska, from which tho income derived does not exceed J.VX) per year: It Is thfrofore ordered that tho noxt of kin of said Kggert Martens, and all persons Inter ested In Mild o tato appear boforo mo at Chambers In tho Court IIouso. In tho City of North Paltto. Nebraska, on tho 2lst day of April. 1U1I, at U o'clock a. m.. to show cause If any thero bo. why llcenMi should not bo granted u said John Gaedko. guardian, to mI "said roal estate for tho 'pur poses above sot forth . Ills 'urthor ordered that a copy of this prdor ) personally served on ail persons Interested In said frstate at least fourteen days Imforo tho date set for tho hearing, and published onco oach week for four successlvo wqoks. In tho North Platto Tribune, printed and published In said County of Lincoln. ,iVaiV? c.ha.a!!or".,n.Sa,d Lincoln County, this lth day of March, lll, "-' Judgo of the District Court- . , PRORATE NOTICE, brk'a? KTtiZXl? UnCOln C0Untr' N" nM9uffl. 01 lbomUt 01 M"yE' Notleo la hereby given, that tho creditors of h aid deceased will meet tho Administrator of said estate boforo tho County Judgo of Lincoln county. Nobraska. at tho county alX.' .anrt on tno da' of October, mil, at B o clock a- m. each day, for tho pur jioso of prosontlng thelrclalms for oxamlna tlon. acljuttmont and allowance. Six months aro allowed for creditors to present their claims and ono year for tho Administrator to mJI'0 inn d ,n1a.tatn ..from ,Ul8 ,U dar Ot Mar.. 1011. This notico to ho published fo ufJli c1css'vo issues in tho North Platto Platto Tribune, a legal newspaper published In said county prior to Apr 18th. fin. mlT-8 oflN QRANT.OounlyJadeo.