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Semi -Weekly Tribune
Ira L. Bare, Editor and PaMklter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year by Mail In advance ,.$1.25 Ono Year by Carrier in advance $1.60 Kntered at North Platte, Nebraska, Post office at Second Class Matter. TUESDAY, DEC. 12, 191 1. May Force Roeterell. A Washington dispatch dated yester day nays: All attempts to disguise Uio the fact thnt a concerted movement in on foot looking to the nomination of Theodore Roosovelt ns the republican candidate for president in 1012 were ap parently dropped today when it becamo known that members of the nationnl committee were being sounded as to thelrvlew of tho feasibility of "forcing', tho nomination of the former president. Officials Select Depaties. Count Trcasurer-clectDurbin, County Clerk-elect Yost and ShcriiT-elect Salis bury announce the selection of their deputios as follows: Deputy county treasurer Miss Koto Clark, who for several years has been employed in tho various offices in tho court house and proven horsolf very capablo in all classes of clerical work. For his deputy Clerk Yost selected Arthur Allen, a young man of Walker precinct, who has taught in tho schools of tho county, is well fitted for tho position and is re commended by all who know him. Sheriff Salisbury Iibh named Tom F. Watts, of Hinman precinct, ns his dep uty. Mr. Watta is a young man well known nnd everybody lias good words to say of him. RAILROAD NOTES. Jnmes Weeks roturnod Saturday from a month'a visit In Illinois. Charlca Bogua loft Friday noo fonr Lhoyenno to spend sovcral days on business, Operator Jess Thomas has gono to SIdnoy to tnko a trick during tho torn porary absonco of one of tho regular men. , .General Manager Scott and Supt, of Motive Power Fuller, spent tho weok end in town on business for tho Union Pacific. ' Tho Union Pnclflc strikors seem con fident that tho striko will bo called oil by January 1st and that by that dato they will nil bo back at work. They base-this view on a numbor of dvonta that have' lately occurred, and by re marks, mado by tho Union Pacific official, it (b hoped by all that this view taken by tho men will matorallzo. Nine and one-half hours pot- day and seven days por week ia now. tho rulo at the Union Pacific shops in Omaha. Ac cording to Union Pacific officials tho Omaha shops aro working tho fullquota of men, as aro nil of tho othor shops on tho system. Thero is no longer a linlf holiday on Saturdnv. but Instead thin mon nro working full time every day In tho week, including Sundays. -Omahn - For many yearn North Platte, oho of the big U. P. division points in tho WOfltern niirt of thn frrttnt utntr. nf Nn. ( - w , iw braakn, has hnd an old fashioned bar rack called a dopot. Tho town deserves a hotter one, and tho .Union Pacific promtsod a now one, but that was lomg ago, ami tlio promise has notyot been fulfilled, and tho nconlu un thnrn gutting reativo ovor tho continued pro crastination. -Loxlngton Pioneer. A Swift Run. ;Lngt Saturday tho Los Angolcs Lim ited arrived in North Piatto two hours hihI forty' minutes Into,, whon It wa8 i . . , uiHcov.creu mac n woman was on the train who was onrouto to a hospital nt Rochester, Minn., to undergo a serious oporauon. If the ileluy was not made up in tho 291-mllo stretch between North Plutto and Omuhu tho woman would miss connections with tho Northwostorn to St, Paul nnd bo forced' to lay ovor in Omaha twenty-four hours, thereby risk ing her life. When this fact was learned the conductor gavo . tho ongl hoor orders "to hustlo ulong," and the trip of 291 miles was mado in 800 min utes, Fivo stops wore made, average ing six minutes to tho stop, nnd deduc ting this tlmo from tho 300 minutes tho Limited mado an averagu of about aixty-flvo miles an hour. Mrs. Frank Wlnkloman loft night for Rawlins nnd Encampment, Wyo. Mrs. Saml. Boardmnn loavoa tonight for a protected visit in Portland, Ore. Christmas packages of Palmer's 1'erfumo; tho Rest Mado, at Schiller &Co. -Mrs. Andrew Andorson wont to. Lin coin yesterday to visit friends for a week or longer. Attorney Carl Ilohlmnn returned Sat urday'hftcrnoon from a short , business visit in Lexington. Frank Stuart roturnod to Ognlulla yesterday,, nfturispendl.ng tho week ond with tho homo folks. - Miss Livingston, of Kearney, arrived Saturday nnd will visit her sister Mrs. Gleason for a week or longer. Real Cross Seals. Red cross seals aro now on salo at a number of our business houses, and tho national association for the study and prevention of Tuberculosis is issuing tho following instructions to its fifty thousand paid nnd volunteer workers en gaged in selling the seal, and to the millions who will buy these holiday stickers for uso on their Christmas mail. The Post Office Department has approved of the scat design, nnd thoy may, therefoic, In accordance with order No. (5020 of tho post office depart ment "bo affixed to tho revcrsa side of domestic mail matter." Red Cross seals must b6 placed only on the back of letters nnd not on the address side of any packages going through the mail. They may bo placed anywhere on mat ter going by express. As many seals may bo used on tho back of a letter or package as may be desired. Everyone Is urged to uso them liberally, slnco every seal is a bullet in tho fight against tuberculosis. Core should be used in sending mer chandise through tho molls not to place seals over tho string with which the package is tied, slnco this seals tho package against inspection and subjects it to first-clasB postage rates. Red Cross seals may be used also on tho reverso sido of mail matters sent to Austria, Germany Great Britain and most of tho British Colonics except Indin and Australia. Guatemala, Uruguay and Portugal refuse to admit mall bearing non-postage stamps. Scats may bo used on tho face of checks, on bijls, on legal documents, and on any commercial paper. These Christmas seals nre not good for postage. Thoy will not carry any mall matter, but any mall matter will carry them. Tho slogan of tho cam paign this year is "A million for tuber culosis from Red Cross seals." Every lottor or parcel sent out during tho holiday season should bear ono or more seals. Myrtle and Vicinity W. S, Ross lost two head of cattle with stalk disease last Monday. Will Lano and Ed Wright nro nt North Piatto serving on tho jury. Gcorgo Moran finished husking corn Wednesday, Charles Gambol murkbted a load of hogs Friday. M. W. A. Camp 9712 will havonNow Year's dinner at tho school house in district twenty-nine. Mrt. Mary Gordon and daughter and famUy nro visiting relatives In this vicinity. ,WH1 BIckloy markctod a load of hogs Tuesday. Mrs. Georgo Kelly has moved back on the farm. Tho cobo of A. Aborcromblo. of Max well, vs Jncobson for tho violation of a contract which came up In tho district court last weok was decided in t'nvor of tho dofondent. DOUBLY PROVEN. North Platte Readers Can No Longer Doubt the Evidence. This North Piatto citizen testified long ago. Told of quick rellof of lasting bon oilt Tho facts aro now confirmed. Such testimony is complete the evl donco conclusive. It forma convincing proof of merit. Mrs. A. G. Wessburg, 798 W. Fourth at., North Platte, Neb., says: "I hold, a higher rogord for Doan's Kidney mis man when l rocomonded thorn In August 7, 1907. Another member of my family has slnco been troubled by kidney complaint and has received world of rollof through tho uso of Doan's Kidney Pills. I told In n nrn ylous statement how I obtained relief from a dragging pain In my back and trouble with my kidneys. A doctor diagnosed my enso as a Uoatintr kidnov. Many n day I was unablo to stnnd on account of the pnln through mykldnoys nnd tho Hecretlons were unnatural. An operation wns advised, but luckily ; loarnod of Bonn's Kidnoy Pills nnd pro cured a supply from McDonell & Graves Drug Store nnd bognn1 their use. A few days' uso removed tho pains nnd restored my kidneys to their proper working order." For salo by nil donlors. Price CO conta. Jt'ostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, Now York, boIo agents for tho United States. Romembor tho nnmo Doan's--ond take no othor. GEO. D. DENT, Physician atiiJ Surgeon, Office ovor McDonald Bank. Phonoa l Office 130 u,onoa fResidencollS Notice for Publication. Serial No. (Kill Department of the Interior. U. B. Land Oftlco at North I'lattc. Neb. Doc. Hth.lBll. Notice 1 hereby, siren that llcnrr V. HlCKioy. or i ryon, neo., wuo on veo, if, iwo tn&Jo Homestead Entry No. Mai. Burial Nn. Oaill. for KH. and KH of VK Section 0, Townililp, 16. North, ransro sw, wcit nt tho sixth principal meridian hai filed notice of Intention to make tlnal flYuvoar uroof. to establish claim to tint laud abovo described, beforu thn lipirlnlor and lteceivor at North Piatto Nebraska on mo wiiMiay or i' oo, iuii. Claimant namoa an wltncHsost David N. Callomlor and Harry U CalloiuliT ofTrioili Nob. Jacob Moyor. Noith Platte, Nob. Elmer M Mayllold, of Npsblf. Nob. U12-U 3, B, TCvakh. UeeUtnr. McDonald State Bank, ' NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Capital Stock Fully Oldest Bank in Wo Respectfully Solicit your Banking Business. Satisfaction Guaranteed' . . '. chas. Mcdonald, President. GIVEN AWAY FREE A $250 Harley Davidson 4-HorseJPower Motor Cycle, Magneto Ignition .... A Ticket With Every Pair of Shoes. Yellow Front Shoe Store, DIENER & FLEISHMAN. Union Really' aifd Investment Company. Paid up Capital $50,000. Surplus 50,000.00. -OFPICCUS AND T. C. PATTERSONPresido,Bt,, . B. BUCHANAN, Sec'y and Treas. i. A V f- - : . - ; First Mortgages on Reol.Eatato Bought, Sold ond Negotiated. x This company Is prepared ib loan money of investors on first mort gages on real estate, amply lcurcd and drawing eight por cent semi annual. Interest. Monoy so Invented will bo exempt from taxation. A Modern Institution For the' trentment of medidal nd surgical cases; Open, to the medical profession. Sicial accomodations for confinement cases Traininti school for nurses in. connection. Address all commu cations to tho superintendent; Phone 642 - Cor. Eighth and Locust Merchant Tailor j Wo have recently instnlleda Freiich Dry Cleaner for Men's and. Ladies' nnnnrcl nf nil olnQcPca 'tJuarnnteo' satisfactory work. :We are aiso tailors ami know how to repair clothes. We carry samples of goods and make clothes of oil kinds to order, insuring first-class workmanship and perfect fit. Wing Hing, New Laundry. Otfensfela Building, E. Oth Cf Haiti WorrPa Specially. CARPET UNO RUG WEAVING 321 West First Slreei:' iPhone 592. " Paid $100,000.00. LiRceln Cemify.- w. h. Mcdonald, Cashier and Vice-Prest, OR J. S. IWINEM'S PRIVATE HOSPITAL 218 West Fourth St, For the treatment of MEDICAL and SURGI CAL patients. Also for accommodtions con finement cases, DIRECTORS- Cigars for Gifts. Tho man who smokes nlwnvu nn predates tho gift of a box of cigars ho prefers such to somo nicnac or gewgaw that affords hltn no pleasure. Our cigars aro appeclated by all men who know a good clgar-and tho prico Is moderate. Glvo him a box of our cigars and ho will feel satisfied. J. R. SCHMALZRIED. Notice to Hunters. No hunting 'or tresspassing allowed on these premises. Jessk LONa - Chas. Roiunbon y H. C. RlDlWQER ' FltED SlMANTS - pE(), pATTE,iS0N Geo. Kopii DAVE' MECOMltKllf DR. W. F. CROOK, DENTIST, n -1.--1 - vt it i rrn!Ain OQlce over McDonald State Bank f A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES. g Dacisrs Ames tt Ames, q p Pkysiciaas mi Saracens, jl Office over Stone Drug Co. Jt 8 pi,nnM )Offico273 K g Phones Residence 273 . (5 Office phone 241. Res. phono 217 L. C. DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Piatto, - - Nebraska McDonald Bank Building. DR. J. S. TWINEM, HomopthloPhyloUn and Surgeon Special attention irlren to conflno- 5 a merits and children's diseases. g O dice I'hone 183 Res. Pbonut283 a Office McDonald State nnk Dld'g- JOE B, REDFIELD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Specially! SKIN DISEASES. Day and night calls promptly answered Ofllco P. S. Hospital. Phono 642. Send Us Your Shipments of Grain and Hay Wo pay tho top market Three cou pons freo with returns on each car of hay you ship Us to handlo for your ac count. Fifteen coupons and 3.50 in cash will sccuro for your homo an ele gant 42-Piece Royal Blue Dinner Set worth $10.00. Consign your hay to us and please tho ladies and also eret a cood nrfco for your hay. Uur Motto; Fair treatment and prompt remittances. Sample of the oualltv of these dishes can bo seen nt tho office of the Semi Weekly Tribune. The F. C. Ayres Mer. Co., 20th and Wnzeo Streets, Denver, Colorado. Notice. To whom it may concern i Notice, is hereby given that the Mayor and city .council will hold a special meoting, beginning at tho hour of 8:00 P. M., (Central Time) Wednes day, December 20th, 1911, In tho council chamber for tho purpose of making as sessments for the cutting of weeds for tho season of 1911 on tho following de scribed lots in the city of North Platte, Nebraska: Lots 5, block 14, Miller's addition 1.00 Lot C, block 14, Miller's addition 1.00 Lot 7, block 14 Miller's addition 1.00 Lot 8, block 14, Miller's addition 1.00 Lot 8, block 6, Miller's addition 1.00 Lot 5, block 10, Millor's addition 1.00 Lot C, block 10, Miller's addition 1,00 Lot 7, block 10 Miller's addition 1.00 Block 11, Miller's addition .8.00 Lot 1, block 16. Mllior's addition 1.00 Lot 2, block 16, Miller's addition 1.00 Lot 7, block 10, North Piatto Town Lot Co's addition 1.00 Lot 8, block 10, North Piatto Town Lot Co's addition J.00 Lot 9,, block 10; Nrth Plntto'Town Lot Co's addition - 1.00 Lot 10, block 10, North Piatto Town Lot Co's addition ........1.00 Lot 1, block 8, North Piatto Town Lot Co's addition . 1.00 Lot 2, block" 8, North Piatto Town Lot Co's' addition-. . . . , i 1 .00 Lot 8, block 8, Nprth Piatto Town Lot Cd's addition. . . r; , , 1.00 Lot 4, block 88, Original town of North Platte.. , . 1.00 Lot 1, block 122, Original town of North Platte 1.00 Lot 3, block 122, Original town of North Platte 1.00 All persons interested will filo their objections; if any thoy hnv5, to tho as sessing of taxes against the abovo de scribed property on or bofore 5:00 o'clock P. M. (Central Timo) Decembor Chaules F. Temtle, City Clerk. NOTICE FOtt POnMOATION. Serial No. OSWfl. Department of tho Interior, U. 6. Land OUlce at North Platte. Neb. September . 1011. Notice Is horeby tlTon that Clarence I. Lewis, ot North Piatto. Neb., who, on Not. in,190,made homestead entry No. fsans. serial No. oSm for BKNWW, and NKXNwW. BM NEW. NWMNKM. NUHWU. BEWHWU. NU SRM. BWMHKU of Bee 10. Town 12. N. llanee S3 W. ot the 6th Principal Meridian, hag filed notice, of Intention to make final Ave roar proof, to establish claim to tho land above desJribod. before tho lteslsterand lto celver at North Piatto, Nebraska, on tba2UU uay ut nuvcmiior, iuii. Claimant 'names as witnesses! Hendorrson J. Kunner, llerslior, Nob.; William Kacka, I)lckcns. Nob.i Paul Bmltb, ot North Piatto, NoUs Spencer W Edmlstnn, Horshor, Neb. oJ-B J. E. Evans. Heelster. NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. Serial No. (XWuo. Dec. 6th. 1011. Notice, is horeby clvon that Owen L. Howard, of WelUlcot. Nob., who, on Nov. 20th. lVOtl. mado II. K. No. IBS94. Serial No! MOW, for nH. nww, hoH nwU and noU svrW. Hectlon ai, Township 11. north Haniro SO. JW. of tho 0th Principal Morldlan. has Died notlcuof Intention to maka final llvo year proof to ostabllsh claim to tho land above described, boforo tho itetclster and Ho c2lf.e?..VJiortn t'ltte, Nob., on tho Dtli day of PoUlUlS. Clalniant names as wttnosscst Howard Sims, Oooreo SchreTOiiiroat. Elijah Conklln. all of Wollfloet. Neb- Jas. Shuck, of North Platte, Noli.. AsMBnent ts ike Articles f Iiscsf pwatrM of tke Awerican Invet Bient and Trust Company ef Nertk Platte, NcWaks. This is to certify thnt at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the American Investment and Trust Com pany of North Platte, Nebraska, held at Its office In North Platte, Nebraska, on October, 10, 1911, tho stockholders all having previously received thirty days' notice of tho proposed amend mont to change the name of the corpor ation, tho somo was acted upon and tho following is a true copy of the pro ceedings of the meeting in reference thereto: "It was moved and seconded that the name of tho corporation bo changed by amending Article I of tho Article of In corporation to read as follows: 'The name of this corporation shall bo American Investment and Loan Company'." All the stockholders being present, nnd representing all the sto:k of the corporation, having voted in favor of said amendment, tho same was de clared adopted. We, John Bratt, President, and E R. Goodman. Secretary and Treasurer of tho American Investment and Trust Company, hereby certify to tho above as being a true and correct copy of the proceedings of said meeting in refer ence to said amendment John Buatt, Corporate Seal President. E. R. Goodman, Secretary and Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to bofore me this 4th day of December, 1911. Marie Yost, Notarial Seal Notary Public. My commission as Notary Public ex pires June 18th, 1916. Notice. John Franzen nnd Carolina Franzcn, his wifo; Joseph L. Franzen and Pella Franzen, his wife; Amanda Peterson and Johan Peterson, her husband; Bernard O. Franzen and Rosina Franzen, his wifo, and J: E. Richmond, defen dants, will take notice that on tho 20th day of November. 1911, tho plaintiff filed her petition in the District Court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, against said defendants, and each of them, for the purpose of having the titlo to tho Northwest i of Sec 20, tp. 13, Rgc. 34, quited in her as grantee of John Franzen; that John Franzen nc- Sulred tho title to said property lirough and by operation of said law as the heir of Adena G Franzen, de ceased, the said Adena G. Franzen.hav ing made homestead entry of said land but died before the title to said real estate was acquired In her name and that the patent thorcon wns made to tho heirs of Adcnn G. Franzen, deceased and that tho said John Franzen, under tne laws oi me stato ot JNenrasKa, is the sole and onlv heir of tho said Adena G. Franzen. ' You and each of vou nro reaulred to- answer said petition on or boforo Mon day, the first day of Junuary, 1912. Dated this 20th day of November, 1911. MULDOON & GIBBS, Attorney for Plaintiff. Sena Franzen Kelly. Notice to Bidders, Sealed bids will tin rnrmwrl nt. flm office of the county clerk of Lincoln county, Nebraskaon or before Decem ber 81, 1911,, for, records, blanks and supplies estimated as follows: oiass A books. 4-8 qr. plain records, loose leaf. 4-8 nr. nrintflil nntro npnrfln lnnon - -j-- 1 I O- T , .www. leaf. 4-tax lists 1-4 qr., 2-4 qr., 1-3 qr. Thft nhnvA rornrrla in n mnrln rvf V " wwavw vw w .11 W u. U,U 'best linen ledger paper, full bound. extra ends bands and front. 6000 tax receipts in duplicate, or triplicate. 2 dozen chattle files of 200 pages each. dft naanrianr'a finnba InAtrn nnnn cloth bound per book. iu,uuu asessor s schedules In dupli cate. , Poll books for 43 precincts (general election) .t Poll books for 43 precincts (primary election). , Class B. Whole sheet blanks per 100. Half 6heet blanks per 100. Quarter sheet blanks per 100. Envelopes, 3Jx6i por 1;000. Envelopes 4x9 J. per 1000. Class C. Sanford's, Carter's or Stafford writ ing fluid per quart Sponcerian, Glucinum or Telia pons per gross. Vanadium or Falcon pens per gross. Velvet pencils or equal, rubber tips, per. gross. All of said samples to be first class and to bo furnished as required by tho county officers.' Successful biddor to furnish bond to bo approved by tho county board, each bidder to have printed on tho envelope. "Bids for Printing." Tho commissioners of snid county re serve tho right to reject nny or all bids. Dnted North Platte, Nebraska,- Nov. 27, 1911. F. R. Elliott, County Clerk. Notice. William Burroughs, Jr., will take notice that on tho 19th day 6f Sent. 1911, P. II. Sullivan, Justice of tho Peace, off North Piatto precinct ,No. 1, in nnd for Lincoln county, issued nn order of Attachment for tho sum of $28.50 in nn action now pending before MS1' w SSf.1.? Ger B- Dent ?s plain tiff and William Burroughs, Jr., is De fendant that property consisting of money in tho hands of the Union Pa cific Railroad company, a corporation, has been attached unuor said order. Said Causa wns rnnHnnnrl tn t. ol -i. - w IUU otu day of Jan., 1912, at 2 o'clock p. m. Fi XT OPiL inn ISUIyVU ilUV, UUl, IVllt Geo. B. Dent, Plaintiff. OIlDEIl OP HEAIUNO ON PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR . A U M I NI8TII ATUIX. aJmoSSM. th0 eaUt0 or mt m? "".P Pd nttV tho petition of Amanda Morrow prayins that administration of ld ostato may bo wanted to Harry h Morrow as administrator. rrjr u. " iiivurusicu in Haiti hnlV7na,PIoa,;.?t a countr court to ba hold in and for said county and show causo why tho prayer of Mtltlona? ihoufd not j SSPttitit55ino.Vc"?t th. wnuenw of Hlin,Ltn.-ft?.'!i"J taereof bo NorVn"uMiHS'v,RCW O' this order In tho jxorth I'lattq Tribune a om -weekly nows- .raoV.10 ay of hcarlnT C- JU12- J, E. Evans. Iteclster. 101.11 JOIIW U1UNT, un U County Judee.