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Ira L Bar. Fditnr nnJ Publisher.
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Entorcd at North Platte, Nebraska, Post
office as Second Class Matter.
TUESDAY, OCT. 8. 1912.
I licrowitb announce) my candi
dacy for county commissioner on tho
republican ticket mid ask the support
of all citizens and pledge to conduct
the coun'y affairs in an economical
and business wuy if elected.
IRA L. MlLTONRKltGKH.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of county attorney, upon tho
republican ticket. Thanking my
friends for thoir interest in nominating
mo, I pledge myself if re-elected,
to enforco the laws justly and with the
the lonst expense possible to Lincoln
county. Geo. E. Frbnch.
The democrats may talk sorno other
things, but the truth of the situation is
that they pin their only hope for suc
cess to the act of the ambitious colonel,
who split off from the republican party.
If soup house times are precipitated
upon us again, we will have Colonel
RoosoVelt's ambition as much as the
party of calamity to blame, but that
will not help us much. Fremont Tribune.
Seward Blade: The Omaha Commer
cial club is endeavoring to create n
statewido sentiment for u new state
house. Better wait until a democratic
president is elected nnd the price of
labor is cut in two. Stone masons who
now receive 80 cents an hour will then
receive '10 cents. The magnificent
Minnesota state house was built during
on, era of hard times at a cost ol only
$-1,500,000, which at this time would
easily cost $10,000,000.
The Lincoln Star renom that Chnir
mlm Epperson of the "bullmoose re
publican" stato committee has rr.ado a
trip to Omaha in tho past day cr two
with tho view of securing tho actlvo
support of Editor Rosowntor for Gov
ornor,iAldrich. The Bullmoose himself,
while in- Omaha, publicly proclaimed
Mr. Rosowater to be a thief and yet his
most effective organization in this
state wnnts the. "thief's" support.
Funny campaign! Grand Island Independent.
In his Beverly address a fow days
President Taft summed up tho pro
gressive candiduto and party very con
cisely as follows. "The new party Is
not united on any cohesive principle
nnd it is only kept together by tho ro
mnrkable personality of its leader.
Were ho to dit tho party would go to
pieces. A third party has split ofT
from the republican party not for any
ono principlo at all, but merely to
gratify personal ambition and vengeance."
The proposed ocenn-to-oconn highway
is being boosted strongely by eastern
people and especially by automobile
builders and owners, Over one million
has been subscribed to the fund which
is being raised to purchase tho material,
which it is estimated will cost ten mil
lion dollars. The material will bo pur
chased and delivered to the states
through which tho road will pass, and
the counties will bo expected to puy tho
cost of making tho road. Tho cost of
mnkfng tho road, exclusive of tho
material, will average about $3,000 per
mile. It is proposed to have the 'work
done under the supervision of,.tho
United States engineers.
Sioux City Journal: Are you still ro
mombcring Judge Peter S. Grosstjup as
"the judge who tipped over tho $29,000,
000 fino?" If 'so you are doing the
judge n great injustice. Ho is now en
titled to bo described as "the former
United Stntc8 judgo who agrees with
Colonel Roosoyolf. in his plans for sett
ling the trust problem by encouraging
mergers and consolidations." Yes, tho
judge's record is quite satisfactory to
the beBt progressive authorities nowa
days. Indeed, it is regarded as a dis
pensation of providence that the judgo
was allowed to resign instead of being
impeached in response to progressive
clamor. Had he been impeached, tho
judgo would now have no time for pol
itics, and the colonel would have to
worry ulong without his support.
Myrtle and Vicinity.
Miss Hazel Phillips nnd Mrs. Anna
Frinklo. Cnbool. Mo., are viBitincr tlioir
istor Mrs. Chos. Gamble
1 Ernest Sandy, of North Platte, inado
siness )xip to Myrtlo Thursday.
Ml Bailey and wife loft Saturday
jrsons, Kan., whore they will
esday when II. N. Parker re-
r a two weeks' absence he
vis wifo had disposed of his
s and In company with
law who had made his
v .Jiad loft for parts
Parker will not try to
(, who had been
t tyja. C. AAMooro,
"riod home 'Sat-
Oct. 1st, 1912.
O A Bacon salary .Irdqr and expenses
general fund 204
Bessie Salisbury part pay general
fund 500 for preparing tax list
A J Salisbury salary Sept. 125
T F Watts salary, doputy, 75.
John Shaner, rent house co poor 5.60
Elmer Anderson, damage rd 22-1 50.00
Nona S Boycr, dept co assessor 48.
Sophia Anderson caro of Emma
Sophia Anderson care of Lucinda
Joseph Wilson snlary Sept. 05
G E French, salary county attorney
Aug nnd Sept 141.00
C W Yost, sulary Co. clerk Sept 137.
50 Cleo Chappell, salary Supt. Sept
Nona Marcott, salary Supt. assistant
A P Kelly, printing 443.18
Maxwell Lumber & Grain Co.
Maxwell Lumber & Grain Co.
Maxwell Lumber & Grain Co.
Ed Walker cement bridges 70.12
Ed Walker cement bridges 14.82
A Chambers grading C D No 2 21G.50
C A Robinson grading C DNol 39G.70
Wallace Quinn rd work R D 49j 100
D B White, services nnd mileage 57.10
Anna Leach house rent Co. poor G mo
R L Cochran and others surveying
R L Cochran and others draining
R L Cochran getting forms for re
J D Lincoln pauper graves 10.00
Macombcr & Lannin mdse poor 4.25
Adjourned to Oct. 2nd 1912
y Oct 2nd
Board met pursuant to adjourmont
Present Streitz, Roberts and Whito
nnd Co. Clork Yost
Following claims allowed on general
Gust Helberg damnges road 3 15 125.00
John II Miller damages road 315 50
Johannn Onion damnges road 3-15 25
N 15 Hendrickson damages road 346 10
James Murray damages road 315 2.50
A N Durbin tux redemption of the
n e J of section 33 township 10 rango 27
for year 1910 same being piid twico
Howe & Maloney mdse jail 5.50
Howe & Maloney Co. surveyor 5.50
Howo & Maloney casket for poor 30-
Howo & "Maloney inquest 10.00
IIowu & Mnloney inquest 30.00
Kuhns mdse for poor 8.70
M Kuhns, mdse for poor, 13.50
Dr C E Keynon, physicians for
Geo W Brown, mdse for ooor, 4.63
Rush Mercantile, mdse for poor, 35.03
II Waltemath, rent for Co surveyor
Jos. Wilson, rent of, horse, 7.00
A J Salisbury, mileage, 1st qr 107.05
Hendy & Ogier auto for Co poor, 1.50
Omaha Structural Steel works, 35.00
1st estimate on Moran bridge bridge
Horrod & Son, mdse poor, G3.53
Worrell Mfg Co, disinfecting jail,
F. D. Westenfeld, mdso for poor9.10
Derryberry & Forbes, mdso for jail
W W Scott, casket for poor, 29.00
Neb. Telephone Co, phone rent, Oct.
North Platto Telephone Co. phono
rent for Aug, 23.05
North Platte Telephone Co. phone
rent, Sept 2G.90
Harry Dixon, repairing adding mac
A F Beelor, mdso for poor, 22.25
C R Chappell, office expenses 35.80
I L Bare, printing, 65.95
Following allowed on road fund
P W Olson, It D No 11, 1.00
II C Cohn, R D No 15, G0.00
J F McGeo, R D No 33, 200.00
A F Dnniolson R D No 8, 50.00
Nnto JBratton R D No 31, 100.00
Henry Linnemeyer R D No 21, 150.00
P K Hoffman R D No 42, 100.00
James Sadie, C D No 1, 12,00
Henry Bretcrnitz C D No 1, 16.00
Henry Bretcrnitz C D No 1, 26.00
C A Robinson C D No 1, 28.00
A McNickle C D No 2, 36.00
Adjourned to Nov 4th
" . . ... ''-. wf
Thomas Cunningham, ol ait. Koso,
Colo., is expected this week to spend
the winter with his sister Mrs. James
Mesdamcs Z. N. Cleveland find Chos.
White of Julcsburg who visited Mr.
and Mrs. Honry Simons, left Saturday
When Things Go Wronc
Remember There's the Telephone
Whether the emergency-isa
bieakdown in the factory, a
fire in the slot c, or sickness in
an isolated farm houi e, a tele
phone brings assistance.
For immediate aid, whether
on account of lire, sickness, or
any otheV urgent wed, the
Bell Telephone is the depend
able mestener of instant cbin-munication.
sssHsi xi IH..H
ssssH Jlr ssssH
J B 'l"IHIW '" ' S T
are a small item, but upon tho proper
insertion of the right quality kind, in
needed places, depends much of
For satisfactory fixtures, satisfactory
work, and real satisfaction in plumb
ing, see us first'nnd get our estimates.
Telephone Convenience tnr Exceodu Its Cost.
Nebraska Telephone Co.
Bell Telephone Lncs Rmch Nearly
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As roquircd by act of congress of
August 24, 1912, tho following state
ment Is made:
I, Ira L. Bare, solemnly swear that
1 am solo owner, manager nnd manag
ing editor of tho North Watte Tribune,
a seml-weekiy newspaper published at
North Platte, Nobr.
Sworn to boforo me this 3d day of
' Notary Public.
My Com. expire Feb. 16, 1915.
Roy Cockran loft today for Denmark
Get Busy With A Baler
IF j'ou have clover, timothy, prairie grass,
or alfalfa, it will pay you to bale it. Loose
hay takes barn space. You cannot sell it
easily and you cannot ship it at all. It is the
hay that is baled which is in demand in the
high-priced city markets. This is. the hay
upon, which you make your profits. There is
money in owning an '
I H C Hay Press
The horse power presses have greater capac
ity than any other horse press of equal-size. .
They are lighter draft and easier on the horses.
The step-over is the lowest and narrowest
made. They have an adjustable bale tension,
which insures compact bales. They are
equipped with a roller tucker to tiirnnn all
staggling ends, thus making each bale neat in '
I H C motor presses consist of a bale cham
ber and an I H G engine mounted on sub
stantial trucks. The bale chamber of the
motor press corresponds in size to the bale
chamber of the horse press 14x18 inches,
16x18 inches, and 17x22 inches. No time is
lost in setting up the machine. It can be
moved easily from place to place, backed to
the stack or barn, and started to work at once.
The engine does not need a man to watch it
and there is no danger from sparks. You can
operate a small thresher or corn shredder, saw
wood, shell corn, grind feed, pump water,
generate electricity, or run a cream r sparator.
Drop in and see an I H C local dealer in
your town, or write for a catalogue.
International Harvester Company of America
I H C Service Bureau
The purpose of this Bureau Is to furnish, free
of charco to all, the best Information obtainable
on better farming. If vou have any wnrthv mi.
tlons concernine soils, crops, land drainacc. Irri
tation, fertllliers. etc.. make your Inquiries specific
and send them to 1 H C Service bureau. Harvester
Uulldlnc. Chicago, USA urvesier
R. F STUART,
Shop Phone G9. Res. Phone
Corner blxth and Dewey.
Bugicido for bed bugs the best
insect destroyer known. A large
bottle for 25c.
Dry Cleans for cleaning silk
nnd delicate fabrics. 25 and 50c
Chinnmel furniture polish, a
full J pt for 25c.
Chinnmel varnibh 20c a enn up
to 3.50. Covers scrathes.
Insect' powder. For lice on
chickens, 10, 15 and 25c cans.
Lee's lice killer 35c qt. Lee's
insect powder 25c can.
Remember we will deliver any
thing you need in our line.
Stone Drug Co.,
Did you get a box of our 25c In
itial Stationery. Usually sells for
iH'Heuse of Good Show im
When in Norik Piaffe.
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Mntinee Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
Office phone 241. Res. phono 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
BR. J. S. TWINEM,
HomeopathlcPhyslclan and Surgeon
g Hospital accommodations, Medical anil
J, surgical attention Riven obstetrical cases.
9 Ofllco I'hone lKi Res. Phono 283
OiTieo McDonald Statu Dank Md'js
DB. HARRY MITCHELL,
Telephone Red 456 E03V4 Dewey St.
North Platto, Nebraska.
j Sigiyjt Chapter O. E. S.,
I . , NO. 55
Mouta tnJ and 4th Thursday of every
I month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 n. m.
VWiM. ihiiiii" mmnm MWMlliWIM'
We make a specialty of
Dairy Products and can
furnish the best in large
or small quantities direct
from our own Dairy Farm
Phone your ordar in
and it will be delivered.
Di Fedfield J(edfield,
WILLIS J. REDFIELD, Surircon.
JOE D. REDFIELD, Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. . Hospital . .
JJ A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES. S
' Doctors Ames & Ames, ;
i; Physicinns and Suraeons, ':
1? Office ovor Stone Drug Co. 0
' PhnnM Office 273 t
S; I hones 1e8idcnce 273 fe
The Old Reliable
When your clothes need pressing,
cleaning and repairing, let the Old Re
liable Tailor do it Rnd do it right. We
have been doing this worlc 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.
Entranco north of tho Nyal drug store.
By virtue of an order of sala issued from the
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
upon a dcciee of foreclosure rendered in said
court wherein Charles E. Gibson is plaint I IT
and Sanford R. Razee ct al are defend
ants, and to me directed, I will on the 29th day of
Oct., 1912, at 2 o'clock, p. m at the east front
door of tho court house in North Platte, Lincoln
county, Nebraska. Bell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash to satisfy said
decre,, interest nnd costs, the following
described property to-wit: Tho cast half
(eM) and tho southwest quarter (aw?u) of sec
tion thirty IT (30), township eleven (11)
rnnKe thirty-two (32) west of the 6th P.
M., in Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Dated Nortli Platte, Ncli., Sept. 23rd, 1912.
s23- A.J. Salisduky. Sheriff.
herial No 03217.
NOTIOR FOR IMJHMOATJON
DCl'AHTMENT Ol' TUB INTKKIOll.
UnltiHl States Land Ofllco.
At North Platte. Nebraska. Hcpt 18,101:.'.
Nutlrp Is hereby Klven that Rupert
ScMiwaicor of North Platto Nob., who on
March 2. 1W7. niado liomcstunrt entry No
Hiptl. Si-rlal No. mm tor tho north half of
th nonlioe'.t nuartei nndhoutliwpHt uuartor
of northwest, imnrter, north half of northeast
nuarter. Noutheast, utiartor of northeast
uuarter and east half southeast nuarter of
Section ?'-', Town 16 N , R autre 30 V of the
Otli Prlneipal Meridian, has filed noticoof In
tention to inalu final flvo year
proof to cstahllsh claim to the land above
doseriboil. boforo the register and receiver
at Nortli Platto. Nobraska. on tiie 21st uVay
of Now mber. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses; Chris
Johnson. I'rank Hood. A D. Allen and Will
L. Slvi's, all of North Platto. Neb.
s2l-n John K. Evans. Resistor.
NOTICE FOR PUnLlCALION,
Serial No. Ob75.
Department of tho Interior.
U. S. Land Office nt North Platte, Ncbr.
Aug 26, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Cogal
Bethel, of North Platte. Ncbr.. who. on Oct.
1908, made H. E. entry No. 0675, for NE . Sec.
32, twp. 12, N. rge. 30, west of tho 6th Principal
Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make
final three year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before tho
receiver, at North Platte, Nebr.,
lay of Oct. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Hunter, Arthur J. Connor, George B. Single,
rruncla Alontague, all ol JNortli l'lattc, Nebr.
o30-6 J. E. Evans. Register.
I 0E0. D. DENT, Jj
Z Physician and Surgeon,
v Office over McDonald Bank. t
3 m,nno ) Office 130
Phonos 1; nesldenco 115
JMiMJMi i JM JMrfJi
iE3ZPtrsr$;:T' vzszt&n$xjrzL.,'j Eszansmmst
We have a cure for rupture without resorting to the danger, pain and
discomfort of a surgical operation. Wo are, the only reputablo physicians
in this lino of work who will take such eaes upon a guaranteo to cure,
or make no chnire. You may dopoit the money in the bank in your
own name and when yqu are well you Instruct tho bank to pay us. Wo
have adopted this method because so many have.boon swindled by quacks
and fakirs. Not one of thorn wilfallow tho pailent'to put the money in
tho bank and pay when a cure ha been made. When taking our treat
ment pationts must come to our office onco a weelothey can roturn homo
tho same day attend to their business or occupation without loss of time.
In order to civo tho people of this vicinity an opportunity to take our
treatment without the expenso of g)iug to'Onmha, one of us will be in
North Platte every Thursday, Write to or calj on
Horn. Olllc. 300, U. Uld(, Omaha, Nab.
' H,t I Tlmmtrman, North PUtte, Nab.
ORDER OF HEARING
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County, S. S.
In the County Court. September 6, 1912.
In the Matter of the Estate of Dorothy
On reading and filing the petition of Robert E.
Rowland, praying that the instrument filed on the
6th day of September, 1912, and purporting to be
tho last will and testament or the said deceased,
may bo proved, approved, probated allowed and
recorded as the last will and testament of the
said Dorothy Rowland, deceased, and that tho exe
cution of said instrument may bo committed and
tho administration of said estate may be granted
to John W. Rowland as executor.
Ordered, That October 8th, 1912. at 0 o'clock a.
m. la assigned for 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 bo granted. A copy of this order to be pub
lished in the North Platto Tribune, a legal semi
weekly newspaper for three successive weeks
prior to said date of hearing.
sl7-6 County Judge.
In the matter of the estate of Edward'Blanken
In the county court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, September 12th, 1912.
Notice is hereby given, that tho creditors of
said deceased will meet tho administratrix of said
estate, before the county judgo of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, at the county court room. In Bald coun
ty, on tho 15th day of October. 1912, and on tho
15th day ofApril. 1913, at 9 o'clock a. m. each day,
for the purposo of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allowance. Six
months are allowed for creditors to present their
claims, and one year for the administrator to
settle said estate.from the 12th day of September.
1912. A copy of this order to published In the
North Pjatto Tribune, u semi-weekly newspaper,
published in said county for four successive
weeks prior to said date.
sl7-4 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
Feels Like a Millionaire.
Tho man who (.mokes Schmalzried's
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 Schmalzried-mOjde
J F. SCHNALZRIED,
The Maker of Good Cigars.
In the matter of tho estate of Jacob Meyer,
In tho county court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, Sept. 17. 1912.
Notice la hereby given, that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of said
estate, before tho county judge of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, at the county court room, In said
county, on the 29th day of Oct., 1912, and on the
29th day of April, 1913. at 9 o'clock a m. each day,
for tho purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allowance. Six
months are allowed for creditors to prebent their
claims, and ono year for the administrator to
settlo said estate, from tho 2Uh day of Sept,
1912. A copy of this order to be published In the
North Platto Tribune, a legal semi-weekly news
paper published in said county for four successive
weeks prior to said date of hearing,
ol-4 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an
order of Balo Issued from the District Court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered in said court wherein Lucy
A. Morgan Is planitlff, and' Mary Herzog et al
are defendants, and to mo directed,
I will on the 2nd day of November, 1912, at
two o'clock, p. m., at the east front door of tho
court house of said county. In the city of North
Platte, Nebraska, sell at public auction, to tho
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree,
interest and costs, the following described
ItNortb-west quarter (nwK) section twenty
seven (27) in township nine (9), north range
thirty-four (31), .west of tho 6th P.M.Lincoln
county, Nebraska , ,
W3ated at North Platte, Neb-.'Sepf. 28. 1912.
"-5' A. J. SALisiivnr, Sheriff.