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In commemoration of this event there can be no more fitting- present than something1 coming from our stock. She will' treasure it and have a kindly feeling toward the giver, not based on the value of the gift, but in acknowledgement of the remembrance, and of the gives for in pur store no matter what you buy, you will buy right. CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician. SCHILLER & CO., Prescription Druggists Klrst Door North of riest Nation' ank Wnntcd-Girl nt Stonm Laundry. Pr."Amu8, nnd Mrs. Vloln Jtobort- Bon will spend tho Fourth nt Qs'likosh. For RontRoomB for llf'ht house keeping. EnquiroG14 Enst Third atreot J. J. Frcldmnn of Duluth, Minn., brother of Mrs. Julius, PIzor, wns a vis-. Itor hero several dnyn lust week., Wnntod A good wnro pony, Inquire at A. F. Fink's harness shop. S. W. Mnyon. , Miss Fonnn Heeler returned Satur day from a week's visit with friends nt Kcnrnoy. Mrs. Chis. Jlcndy, Sr., returned Sat urday. j from' a visit wIUl frfonds nt Oniuhn nmfBlulr. 1 , Tho Christian nld society will moot with Mm. J, K. Jeffrey, oust Third streot, Thursday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. V. Cox nnd Miss Wlnnio Bridges havo returned from their, trip to Excelsior Springs, Mo. Mrs. Frnnk Votnw, who hns been Intd iip for novornl weeks from n . fractured llmb,Is up and around again. Misa Helen Doolittlc roturnod from Omnhti Friday nnd will mnkq n short vIbU with friontos boforo going to 'Cnll- f Ah. .! . .. . J. J. Hnllhinn nnd W. T-AYNlddx'tift! turned Friday from their two weoka', vacation which thoy spent nt points 'In Colorado. ' ' i Mrs, T. Greenland of Gundy, Bpent i Friday In tho city visiting friends , on her way to Purdhnm for u visit . with rolntlvoH. ., , Z. Ynmngnstl, a young Jap, had' his inco severely scmuoiiycBioruny irom os-ij I i a i ' i.i'.y cuping aiuain irom u locomotive, ' wnnu ho wua oporating tho turn tobll). Tho residence on tho Hill ranch' near . Mriwy jHirned a few unyu ago.- Mr. NliholUho Coimnt,, whs, nbwiit, and.lt wgimiMWtiiblo for tho wife and child 'dren'to'skvo any ot tho contents, 'f, 5000 ncrcs of iniprovod fanning nnd hay land imdarlrrlgntlonliiPlalto valley east nnd West of Uoruhoy, Nobr,, For! Salo op easy terms: apply to tho 'North Plntto Land nnd Water Co., Herpliey, Nob, A. Wicbtrom, Supt; Miu. D. L. Killon and children of Chicago who hnvo been tho guests o( Mm. Hny Langford for two dayB, do parted yesterday for Kearney Where thoy, will muko n short visit on their home. Mrs. M. T. Haskell, well, known to many of our renders, undorvyotit a serious operation in St. Loula recently, Word received by friends from Mr, Haskell Saturday states that hla'wlfo Is improving nlcoly and that; proH,octs for her speody rocovory are vory promis ing. . - A movement lift boon started by a number of wide awnko bushiosB men to organize n chamber of 'commerco horo, and n meeting for this purposq will bo held on next Thursdny ovonlng, when all business men nnd property owners of tho city, who aro Intonated in fleeing some orgunized step taken p advance tho general interests of North Platte, aro urged to bo present. Thla Is not to bo n social club, but an organization whoso object will bo to' ivach out for now ontorprlsos, nnd always boost for North Platto. Novor leave liuir ci out a bottle of Chn Cholera un;I Dlnrrl re journey wlth rlajiilB Cdlic ir,,lt,Ia 1 aiM'cnhVot Mimoni. certain to uo bo obtained ,whai.- . m. cn pr better judgment of him who ii -s yi-'-.. ifmyijtcii w DR. W. F. CROOK, DENTISt, Orndunto Northwestern Unlvomity. '1 Onico pver McDonalu Stnto Hank Dr. Dent nnd wife were Omaha vis itora yofltonhy. Diat. Supt. Chamberlain Bpent day with friends at Ognlalln. 19 i 1 a Sun- uignesi price pnui lor sweet cream nt Kciihor'H ico crenm parlor. Mrs. Alico Stnfford wont to Oshkosh Sunday to spend tho summer with her parents. Misa Louelln Durbin, of .Hnnchcstcr, Wyo., is visiting relatives horo nnd nt Wellllect. Wnntod A girl for general house work. Appjy to Mrs. W. 'H. McDonald, 407 woBt. Fifth St. Wanted A' man and wifo without children or flinglo' girl to work nt Cody ranch, Phone A-114. Mrs. Edith Gnntt nnd fnmlly nrrlved fcom Lincoln Saturday and will occupy their now homo on north Locust St Miss Lucy Dunn wont to Grnnd Island thia afternoon to visit Mrs, Thomna Gorlmm for a couplo of weoks. Mrs. Al Tift departed Sunday for Myland, S. D., whore hor husband tho contract for building n largo has rca orvlor. T. It. Dlshop nnd G. C. Koulcr, rep resenting tho Trrincontlnental SnlcB ,bo., of Denver, aro In tho city this week. ' ' Mrs. Louden and daughter, of Salem, Ind., will arrive today nnd visit for month with her nophow, D. B. Loudon, and fnmlly. j Will Volltnor of Omnhn tnrried in tho Vily between trains yostordny renew ing old Acquriintnncoa. Ho Is on his way for n plensure jaunt in Colorado. Mra. F. II, Garlow entortnincd tho Junior MotheT-s club Fridav. tho ocens ston.of Jano Cody Garlow's second birth finnlvorsary.. The little .ones hud nierry' time. , Scott Vuughnn, of Horshoy, n former North Platto mnn, is Buffering from a brokon collar bono nnd fnctured rib. i. .. . , - . 1 m uio rvnuit oi oeniK inrown irom u buggy by a runaway toum. Tho pnrishonors of tho church of Our Suviour nro contributlng'townrd n fund to bo used na North Platto's quota of 1 tho money being rnlsed to purchnso nn auto for Bishop Beechor. Clork of tho Circuit Court, Goo. II. Thummel, Clork of tho United States District R. C. White, Judge W. H. Mungor, of Omnhn, nnd Deputy U. S. Mnrshal Lognn Snmons, of Koarnoy, woro hero yostorday nt tho federal court sitting. Among a small numbor of cases disposed of wns that of David T. Hall vs. Chicago, Burlington & Qdlncy Ry. Co., for damages and tho enso wns remanded back to Cheyenne county. ' Escaped With Hit Life. "IVonty-ono yonra ngo I, faced, an awful donth," writoa II. B. Martin, Port Hnrrelson, S. D., "Doctors sajd I had consumption and tho dreadful cough I had looked like It, Buro enough. I tried ovory Uilng I could henrof, for my cough, nnd wns under tho treatment of tho best doctor In Goorgotown, S. D., fcjr h yonti but could got no relief. A friend .ndvlsod wo to. try Dr. King's Now-Dlscovory, I did bo, nnd wns com- nlotoly curod. I feel thnt I owo mv Hfi to tills irrent thront nnd lung euro.'' Ita positive! v guurantoed for coughs, colds, and nllbronchlcul affections, 60c & 1,00 Trlnl bottlo froo nt Stono Drup Cln Your Qlaites. The most McJont Itlculljr fitted clnssoA In the world will do hiore liarni than KoHl iinlrsa they ore properly kept urid crrcctly worn. It la u stroiif stnfp inent to make, but most people wear dirty Klnnsca. oven ijione who nri fns tldloiisly enreful In nil other respects. Peering through nny clouded ami tin certain window la n Hlmln upon the vision, now much more must the strain be when the window la so close to the oyo tint! It is almost n part or ltl 'Glasses must be worn nt the exact angle for which they were prescribed nnd no other. For this renson ninny people mid nil children do better In spectnclea than In ( eyeclnsses. The glnKHcw Hhotild be lifted to the eye by the optician, after which enre should be taken not to handle nnd loosen the frame. If this occurs In the. slightest degree they should again be fitted and tightened. Yoilth'a Companion. For Sale. 1C0 ceres of land Ave miles south of Hershey, Neb., improved, ninety acres under cultivation. Price $25 per ncre. Good terms. Address J. B. Montgomery, Coad, Neb. Powor of Words. "For mo," writes Lnfcudlo Ilonru It tho ".Tapnneso Letters of Vifcndlc Ilenm," "words hnvo color, form chnrneter. They have faces, porta innnherx, gesticulations; they luivt moods, humors, oc'cOiitrlcltleS; the; havo tlulH. tones, pcrHonnlttioH." A good lustnnco of this power up penrs In a description of Paul's Blug' lug: "There wns it great dluYjprcssure n stilling heat, u whlspcrliig(jf allks n weight of toilet perf umes Thet enmo an awful hush nil tho silks atop ped whispering. And there -Buddenlj sweetened out through thnt dead, hoi nlr a clear, cool, tonsd'tiireufiigust oi melody unlike any sound: I cycr henrc beforo save In tropical nlgmsfroa tho throat of u mocking blnp It wat Auld' Lung Syne" only,, hilt Willi novel n ircmoio or nruiieo, a mnrveious, au daclous simplicity of utterance." Right in your busiest season when you havo tho least tlmo to spare you nro most likely to take diarrhoeh nnd lose several day's time, unless you hnvo Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nt hand and taken dose on the first appearance of tho dis ease. For sale by nil dealers. ' "THo Tcxna of Europe" In tho reminiscences of Mrs. T. P, O'Connor, "I Myself," the author tells of her first meeting with Henry .Inmes, whom she calls "a sort of Massachu setts Sir Galahad:" The first-time 1 met him I sat nest him nt u dinner. I had Just conic, to London, nnd he naked me If I liked, it. 1 said I hadn't mndo up my mind, mid ho said I would that in London you were allowed every ludcpundgucv )f opinion and neUon. ouly you iust'cmi tribute Homethlng Koclnlly beauty (mjd ho bowed very courteously lo pie,, hud i noweii very pretiiiy io uitiii or wn or ngreenblenes.s and (hen London .ac cepted you. I said: "History repeiit.4 Itself, lu Tcxna. where I was born. (hey sny n man Is not asked his un ttiitiallty. his religion or his politics tmt only If lie Is n cood fellow." "A'h aid Mr. .lames, "fheii London Is Ihv lexaH of Fnrniio." Kill More Than Wild Beasts. The numbor of people killed yenrly by wild beasts don't approach tho vast number killed by disoaso. germs. No Hfo is Bafo from their attacks. They're in nir, water, dust, oven food. But grand pratection is afforded by Electric tiltters, which destroy nnu expel tneso deadly disoaso germs from tho system. Thot'a why chilis, fovor. nnd ague, all malarial nnd mnny blood diseases yield promptly to una wonuortni uioou puri fier. Try them, nnd enjoy .the glorious health and now strength, tlioy'll give you. Money bnck if not satisfied. Only ouc nt stone Drug uo, ( Nolice to the Public. Notico is hereby given thnt scaled bids for tho cam of tho county poor win uo receivcu ny uie uounty Clerk at North Plntte, Neb., snid bids to bo filed on or boforo noon on tho 14th dn'y of July.'lOll, bids to bo in nccordnnco' wiui tho specifications in tho clerks olllce. Commissioners resorvo tho right to reject, nny or an nuts. F. R. Elliott, County Clork. For summer diarrhoea in children al ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnu uinrrnoen Kcmcuy nnu enstor oil, nnd n speedy euro is certain. For snlo by all dealers. Office phono '2 11. Itcs. phono 217 L. C . DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nobrasku. McDonnld Bnnk Building. Send Us Yonr Shipments of Grain and Hay We nnv tho ton market Three cou pons free with returns on ench car of hny you ship us to handle for yoitr ac count. Fifteen coupons and $3.50 in cash will secure for your hhmo nn ele gnnt 42-Piee Royal Blue Dinner Set worth $10.00. Conslim vour hnv to us and nW.qn tho Indies nnd also trot a cood nrico fdr your hay. uur Mot: FaiCt. treatment and prompt remittances. Snmnlo f tho auiilitv of those dishes can bo at- , t he oflko of tho Semt Weekly 1 11 1 v yres Mer. Go., W. zee Streets, , lc rado. , 1 THE NORTH PLATTE CHATAUQUA (Continued from First Pago.) Evening. 8:00 -Mr. W. T. Wilcox, Presiding. Preludo Tho Strollers Quartette. Entertainment Tho Itawels "Tho Past, Prosont and Future of the Now ZealaBd," Illustrated by the Bong, chants, dances, etc., of tho peoplo (in costume). t TIiHriKlay, jHly ao Forenoon 8:10 Joint session of tho Lincoln County Toacners' Institute and tho North Platto Junior Normal School. 8:10 "Tho Teacher and tho Pupil In Reading" Supt. J. O. Lyne of Mlnden, Nob. . 8:46 Daily Devotional Exercises of tho Institute. -8:65 "Primary Work in Schools (with a claaa of children)" Miss - Maudo Mollyneaux of North Platto. 9:30 Instituto Chorus Rehearsal, Supt. Wilson. Tout of tho North Platto City Schools, Director. 10:05 "Tho Value of History In nor University, Lincoln, Principal of tho North Platto Junior Normal School. 10:40 Observation of Children's Work under tho direction of Miss Annetto Wnhl of tho Kindergnrton, School of Chicago. 11:26 Drawing and Sotching, Illustrating 'and Cartooning, Supt. D. F. Dlckorson, off Lexington, Nebraska. 11:55 Business and Executive Sosslon. 9:30 Chlldron's 8cton Indian Work under the direction of Miss An ncttto Wahl of Chicago. Open to nil ticket holders. ' Afternoon' 2:00 Rov. C. B. Hnrmon, Presiding. Preludo Tho Strollers Qunrtette. Lecture Tnhan, "Tho Whlto Mnn." Subject, "Things I Saw N nnd Did as n Savago." 4:00 Lecture and Cooking Demonstration by Miss Florence Norton of Chicago. .Subject, "Cake Evening. 8:00 Mnyor T. C. Patterson, Presiding. Prolude Tho Strollers Quartotte. , Lecture Frank Dixon of Indiana. Subject, 'The, Squaro Deal A Picador Soolal Reconstruction." Friday, July lit Forenoon. 8:10 Joint Session of tho Lincoln County Teacher' Instituto and tho North Plntto Junior NorniafSchool. 8:10 "Illustrative Lessons in Nature Study," Supt. Wilson Tout ot tho North Plntto( City Schools. 8:45 Dally Devotional Exorcises of tho Instituto., ; , ' 8:05 "Practice Things In Teaching Arithmetic," Supt. V. L. Strick land of Nolson, Nob. 9:30 Instituto Chorus Rohenrsal; Supt. Wilson Tout of tho' North Platto City Schools, Director. "i . s - 10:06 "Toaclior's Cortlficatcc," Supt. William Ebright of Lincoln County, -1 10:40 Observation of Children's Work under tho direction of Miss An- ' notto Wnhl of Tho Kindergarten School, Chicago. 11:25 Round Table Questions and AnBwers, conducted by Dr. J. A. Beattlo of Cotnor University, Lincoln, Principal of the North Plntto Junior Normal. 11:55 Business and Exocutlvo Session. 9:30 Soton Indian Work for Children under tho direction of Miss Annetto Wnhl of Chicago. Open to inspection by ticket hold ers. . v Aftetwooii. 2:00 Rov. R. B. Favorlght, Presiding. Coricort Thd Strollers Quartette ' ' v 4:00 Lecturo nnd Cooking Demonstration by Miss Florence Norton of Chicngo. Subject, "Spocinl Diets end tho School Lunch Box." Evening., " v - 8:00 Senator W.. V. Hoagland, Presiding. . Prolude Tho Strollers Quartette. Lecture Entortalnmont Tahan' "The White Indian." Subject, "Tho Tragedy of tho Red Race." '' Saturday, July S3 Forenoon. 9:30 Soton Indian Work for tho Children., Munder tho dlroction of Miss Annetto Wahl of Chicago. Last mooting for tho work. 10:00- Public meeting of tho North Health Association. Tho . but good apoakers , will bo Til n nt 1 tl tr will ltrt "QtoiiI Mm mooting will bo "Swat tho published' lator. Afternoon. 2:00 Supt. William Ebright, Presiding. ; Entortninment -and field moot by Miss" Wnhl and hor Soton Indians. 4:00 Lecturo nnd Cooking Demonstration by Miss Florence Norton of Chicago Evening. Rov. Q. F. Williams, Prosldlng. 8:00- Concort by tho Apollo Concort Company of Chicago. Sunday, July 23 Afternoon. 2:30 Preludo Apollo Concort Company. - Lecture Mrs. Lena Morrow Lewis of Now York;- Subject, "So cialism." - . Evening. "' - ' ' 8:00 Rev. Father McDald, Presiding.' ' Prelude Apollo Concert Company. Locturo Father Nugont of osophy ot Civilization." AoDlication for Liauor Licesse Mnttor of Application , of Patrick G. Hnyncs for Liquor Licenso: Notico is horeby given that Patrick G. Haynes did upon tho 80th day of June, 1911, file his application to the Village Board of Trustees of Brady, EfiTcoln county, Nebraska, for licenso to sell malt, spirituous and vinous liquors on Iots 13. 14 nnd 15 In Block 6 in the Village of Bra ly, Lincoln county. Ne braska, to begin at tho municipal year of 1911 and to end With, tho somo with Jn tho spring of 1912. , it mere be no objection, remonstrance or protest filed within two weeks from July 4, A. D., 1911,, said license will be i'ATIUCK U. HAYNES, Applicant. NOTICE KOH PUBLICATION. 8erUl No. 03527. Department ot tho Interior. U. 8- Land OIllco at North I'latte. Nnb. Junit M. mi. Notice ti hortiby given that May bolt O . 1. ... . A . tui.t.rvji, ui iiiiru t im.iv. iiuu,. nut-, .iiii. tt,lW mado honientear. entry No. Stl0.svrlal No Q-'Wl tor NH ot NM. 8WK.8EW. an't Potion 84, Township 16, N. Itanto 33 W. ot the aih Principal Mprtdlan. has tiled notico of ptttntlon to make tlnal tivt ypar proof, to estalilUli claim to thu land aliuvo dps tIIxhI. hfnr the ltpuUtur and Itn. McNt-el. ot North Plattu. Nob.. crlvor at North Platte, Nobranka. on tho '.3d day of Auir, tl . uiainant nauien as wltncaseat uavin ma in nor. jaipra Italian or norm viauo. Lllla.ru tl roves. Walter lletuClikir t. of llorsliov. Neb. Education," Dr. J. A. Boattio of Cot- and Cookies; Platto TuborculoBls and Public program is not complete at this dato secured. , Tho genornl topic of tho T?lv " Oil in tiT fvt ni.ni.vnm will lirt Fly.1 Complete program will bo Subjoct, "Salads nnd Somo Pdlnts On Serving." Des Molnos, Iowa, Subject, "Phil- Save Your Suits. Wouldn't you like to wear that nor fectly good last spring's suit again? And wouldn't you wear it if vou could shorten tho jacket to conform to the present style. If you haven't" the time to do it, or if you don't know how, just senu it to ub. we are aomg a great denl of this kind of work this Borinc. as well as cleaning, dyeing, pressing and adding new collars nnd cuffs. A few such changes will improve your old suit so that you will actually enjoy economy. Tho French Diy Cleaning nnd Press ing Place. A. SIGEL, TheLittle TUor 223 E. GtiTst. Phoned A mass convention of the democrats of Lincoln dounty is called to meet at the courthouse, North Platte, Neb., July 8th, at 2 p. m. for the purpose of electing delegates to the democratic convention, to elect n county central committee and transact such other busi ness as may come before it M. Keith Neville, Chairman, Chas. Temple, Secretary. Netice to tkc Public. North Platte, Ncbr., June 27, 1911. You are hereby notified that tho board of Equalization will bo in session at the County Commissioners' ofllcft at North Platte, Nebr.,from July 5 to 8 inclusive, to hear complaints with reference to the equalization of personal property. P. R. Elliott, County Clerk. Notice. Scnled bids will'bo received by tho cotmty clork of Lincoln county, Neb., up until noon on the 1st day of July 1911 forcaskets nnd burial of paupers. The county commissioners reserve the right to reject nny or all bids. F. It. Elliott, County Clerk. Road No7344. Tho commissioner nppointcd to view for tho purpose of cstablising a public road as follows: Commencing at the northeast corner of Section 12, township 1G, range 2G, and running thence west one mile to the northwest corner of section 12, town Bhip 1C, range 20, thence running south oncnnd one half miles to the south east corner of tho n. e. quarter section 14, township 1C, range 20. Also commencing at n. e. corner of section 14, township 1G, range 2G, and running west one half mile as nearly on tho line as practical; -has reported in favor of tho establishment of said rond nnd nll'clnims for dafnngo or objection thereto must be filed in the office of the county clerk on or beforo noon on the 3lBt (fay of August, 1911. Dated North Platte, Neb., June 28, 1911. F. It. Elliott, County Clerk. Proposals. Senled bids will be received up to 4 o'clock p. m. July Gth, 1911, by Annio C. Kramph, Secretary 'Carnegie Lib rary Board, First Nationnl Bank Build ing North Platte, Neb., for the erec tion of a Carnngie library building at North Platte, Nebraska. All bids must bo in strict accordance with plans and specifications prepared by Carl E. Shadier, architect, North Platte, Ne braska, and must bo accompanied by a certified check for 3 per cent of the bid, made payable to Annie C. Kramp, Sec retary Carnegie-Library Board, North Platte, Nebraska. Plans can bo seen nt the office pf Annie C. Kramph, Sec retary Carnegio Library Board, North Platte, Neb., and at the office of Carl E. Shaffer, Architect, North Platte, Nebraska. Bids for heating plant, plumbing and electric wiring must be accompanied by a certified check of 3 per cent of tho amount bid and mndo payable to Annie C. Kramp, Secretary Camegio Library Board, North Platte, Nebraska. Tho right is reserved to reject any or all bids. By order of tho Carnegie Lib rary Board, North Platte, Nebraska. Annie C Kkamp, Secretary. Butler Buchanan, Chairman. Road No. 347, The commissioner appointed to view for tho purpose of establishing a public road as follows,: Commencing at tho northenst corner section 2G. township 16, rango 2G, and running thence east along the north" section hnciof said sec tion 2G to a point about 40 roads east of the northeast corner of northwest quarter: thence southeasterly around the canyon in northwest quarter of northeast quarter of said section nnd back to section line nt about the north east corner of northwest quarter of tho northeast quarter of said section thence enst along snid section line ubout thirty rodsj thence southerly across tho cor ner of the northenst quarter of the northeast quarter of said section 20 to tho intersection of the east line; thence south along the east lino of said section to tee intersection of Road No. 212 has reported in favor of the location of said roads as follows: Commencing nt tho northwest corner of section 20, township 1G, rango 2G, and rnnning thence east niong the north section line of said section 2G, to a point about 40 rods cast of the north east corner of the northwest quarter; thence southeasterly around the enn yon, thence in nn easterly direction to section 1 line between sections 25 nnd 2G snid town nnd range. I also recommend that a rond com mencing about 40 rods west of the northeast corner of the northwest quar ter section 2G, township 1G, range 26, and running thenco in a southerly direction for about 30 rods to intersect with tho formor described road and all objections thereto or claims for damage must be filed iq the office of the county clerk on or before noon on tho 31st day of August 1911. Dated North Platte, Neb., June 28th, 1911. F. R. Elliott, County Clerk. Primary Election Notice, 1911. I, F. R. Elliott, County Clork, of Lincoln County, Nebraska, do hereby direct that a primary election bo held nt tho voting plnces In tho various pre cincts of Lincoln Gounty, Nebraska, as by law provided, on tho third Tuesday in August, A. D. 1911. At said primary election, candidates for the following offices shall bo nom inated to be voted on at the regular a November, A. D., 1911 election: Three judges of tho Supreme Court; Two regents of the State University; One state Railway Commissionea; One district judge Thirteenth judicial district in Nebraskn. Ono county judge; Ono sheriff; One coroner; One county treasurer; One county clerk; ' One county surveyor; One county superintendent; Ono clerk of the District Court; Ono county commissioner, commis sioner district number three; Ono overseer in eash rond distsict; Two justices of tho peace; (in each precinct) Two Constables; (in each precinct) Which election will be open nt 12 M noon and continue open until 9:00 o'clock in the afternoon of tho same day. Dated, Nor.thjPLaJto, Nebraska, June 28- Ltftlounty Clerk. steamships, tvor m lo i i ucaiers. J304Q J. E.K.VAN8. llNrUtor.