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Here's allot Shot. In remitting tho price of The Tri bune's subscription, n farmer In the south part of the county soys: "When you fellows in the Platte quit your fighting over a city hall, your water works and other things, nnd pull Ito gcther, then we fellows out inj the country will favor a new court house; but what Is tho use of us country fel lows favoring a now court house when wo know that half you fellows In the Platto wpuld vote against tho proposi tion simply becauso the other half fav ored it. If 1 lived in North Platte I would favor applying chloroform to some of your "town killers," and then perhaps tho Platte would become a good town." Claim Boy is Incorrigible. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Conklin were in town Saturday consulting County At torney Gibbs relative to bringing n charge of incorrigibility against their ten year old son. Tills is tho boy who accidentally shot and killed his little sister a week ago. According to the claims of the parents tho boy is n de generate and is likely at any time to commit 6omo wrong deed. On several occasions ho has threatened to shoot other children, and one time got a gun to do so but wns intercepted by his mother. The boy will bo givon a hear ing before County Judge Grant in tho near future and if conditions warrant ho will probably bo sent to the Kearney industrial school. Would Regulate Price of Grain. Tho National Farmer' Union in ses sion at Salina, Kas.. last week reported in favor of establishing n minimum price for wheat, corn, oats and barley on tho homo markot. To pay the cost of production and six per cent ontho valuo of bind the minimum price of wheat in Kansas, Nebraska and Okla homa should bo SI. 05, corn sovonty conts, oata forty-five cents and barley fifty ccntfl. In other sections of tho country tho minimum price is higher on one class and lower on unother. Now if tho larmcrs can form sprt of a combination to regulate the price of grain, as do other classes of producers, they may be able to make more money. Gounty Court News. Judge Grant last week rendered a de cision in tho case of tho Fairbanks Morso Co. against C. F. Tollefsen, C. W. Shano, II. G. Shunn and Elwood Shane, all of Sutherland. In this case tho plaintiff sued the tho defendants for a balance due on an electric light end pumping plant. The court found thut the plaintiff company failed to comply with Its contract and warranty and gave judgment In favor of tho defendants in tho sum of 370.00, the amount they hnd paid the plaintiff, and found tho right of tho machinery wob in tho plaintiff. John Alexander sued Charles Thomas in the county court for ifCGO.Of) as com imissiona on tho sale of tho defendant's real estate. Tho court held that the plaintiff could not recover from tho de fondant becauso the agreement was not in writing and feigned by tho owner of the land and tho broker or agent, as provided by the statute. Both parties reside at Dickens. The criminal ense of tho State against Oscar Jenkins, charged with tearing down a fenco belonging to D. II. Fulk, of Wallace, was up before Judge Grant tho-latter part of lust week,1 but was compromised. The two men are brothers-in-law, and as they promised to 'bo good," the county attorney con sented to dismiss tho case, tho pnrties paying tho costs. In tho case of Mrs. Louise Potors against, D. E. Morrill and son, M. IC. Morrill, for damages to her automobile, Judge Grant held that D. E. Morrill was a partnor and n member of the North Platte Vulcanizing Co. and as such was a bailee and liable to Mrs, Peters for the.ordlnary coro of tho car while in their possession for repairs. Mrs. Peters received judgment in the sum of 78.50 and costs of suit. The criminal caso of Ray Coiner for the 'stealing of $G0.00 from E. 1). Drown, of Drady, was instituted in tho county court Saturday and was dis missed yostorday by County Attorney Gibbs and wo understand tho case will be heard by Justice of tho Peace V. V. Kitonour of Drady and the state will be represented by Robert Deatty, Here's an Opportunity. Want to give some good man a chance to buy a ranch. Don't care to go into details. This ranch is partly stocked und lots of improvements all now. Owner is old and has money. Wo would accept city property but not at nn inflated price. If you are looking for something to make you money, coll on J. E. Vermillion, '.713 north Locust street, and get particulars. Local and Personal, F. C. Hoxie left yesterday morning for Ogalalla. Emil Carlson, of Maywood, is trans acting bnsiness in town this week. J. H. Posey will leavo next week for Chicago to spend two weeks or longer with relatives. Mrs. Frank Winkleman will go to Spokane tomorrow to spend several weeks with friends. 20 per cent discount on all wall paper now in stock. Duku & Deats. Mr. nnd Mrs C. O. Weingand en tertained the Lutheran brotherhood at their home last evening. After the business session an enjoyable lunch was served. Lemuel Tolle, a well known young baggage man of this city, will be married today at Koarney to n young lady of that city. After the honeymoon trip they will reside in tho Grace property on east 4th street. The American Restaurant has been closed for n few days while repairs arc being made in the kitchon. A cement floor is being laid, new steol ceiling put on and othor improvements made. A dispatch from Denver Says that the Prince of Monnco, owner of Monte Carlo, will arrive in this conntry about Sent. 17th and will hunt in the Rockies with Colonel Cody. The Prince will be cccompanied by his son. A local hunter mokes the guess that not loss than a thousand prairie chickens were killed last wcok by North Platto hunters. That seems like u good many birds, but when you consider that from thirty to forty huntors wore out each day, und that many of them got the lawful limit- nnd then some perhaps a thousand is not placing the number too high. Tho cuso of James Gray of this city, against Dr. W. S. Evuns of Columbus for professional service came up before Judge Grant yesterday. The dispute was over an operation which was per formed on Mr. Gray's hand and resulted in osteomyleilis nnd tho removing of the bone from tho distol pholnnx. Mr. Gray asks for judgment ugainst the doctor for $199.99 for damages for un skilled operation und care of the hand. Judge took tho case under ndviscment. C. O. Troy resigned his position in tho yardmaster'a office Saturday and will accept employment at the Hawley & Lowe Ice plant. HELP WANTED IN NORTH PIATTE And Furnished By the Help of North Platte People Those who sufTer with kidney back acho, urinary ills or any little kidney or bladder disorder, want kidney help. Who can better advise than some North I'latte resident, who has niso sufTered, but has had relief. North Plattefpeople recommend Doan' Kidney Pills. Here's ono caso and thero aro mnny others. Charles F. Burrough, 222 S. Pine St., North Platto, Nebr., soys: Several years ago I had occasion to use Doan'a Kidney Pills, procured from McDoncll & Graves' Drug Store (now Schiller & Go's Drug store) and found them to be An excellent kidney remedy. 1 suf fered from burning pains in tho small of my back and my kidneys were very weak. Short use of Doan's Kidney Pills cured mo completely nnd I have not been bothered by kidney trouble since. I take pleasure in endorsing this remedy for tho benefit of other kidney sufferers. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 centss Foster-MilbumCo., DufTalo, Now York, solo agents for the United States. Remember tho nnmo Doan's and take no other. Miss Either Brand, of Dos Moines who visited friends in town the latter part of last week, left yesterday morn ing for Paxton. In I ORDER I I j0B$S& Dr. J. K. Elms, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses fitted Also Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office over McDonald State Bank. North Platto. Phone 30. NOTICE TO HUNTERS. Notice is hereby giving that no hunt ing or treasspassing will bo allowed on tho lands of the undersigned who reside south and West of North Platte. Violations of this notice will be prose cuted to tho full extent of the law. Buick Climes Old Stage Hill. Tho Duick roadster used by tho U. S. Government at this point made n re markuble climb last Tuesday. Tho car was driven by Mr. Skinner. He was accompanied by Mr. Beck. Tho hill is very stoop and rocky and in many places tho fenders touched tho walls on either side, the cut through the rock being so narrow. Tho Buick is tho only car that has ever made a trip through the cut, all othor autos fjoing through Wright's Gap which consists of a six teen mile detour. Pictures ofjtho climb may bo soon at The-Central Garage nt Scottbbluff. Scottsbluff County Republican. Wanted-To Buy Calves. CO to 100 head first class, largo spring cnlvesi Uniform in color and size. Experimental Substation, Wm. Benaur, Elmor Dogget, Wm. Hunter, Chas. Howard, E. A. Roberts, Odo Roberta, Jess Kunkle, Clark Howard, G. T. Knotts, Frank Fncko, C. Broeder, Eli Kunckle, C. Porter A. J. Hownrd, W. Kunkle. D C. Cnrrigan, C. V. Turpie, D. J. Knox, M. C. Leth, A. Leth, A. Zulur, George Garman, W. E. Mester. C. F. Zimmerman W. E. Collins. G. W. Fdis, J. S. Hardin, L. Lloyd F. Montague H. M. Hersley Jos. Hersley George Single, C. S. Betholl, Wm. Facka, Lester Anderson, M. Ortan, Arthur Conner, Ed Wilson. A. W. Tool. Gunderson Bros. O. L Watkins, J. A. Kunkle, A. Kunkle. D. W, Kunkle, Hugh Songer, L. L. Rowely, Louise Grulko, Word Weekly, Clyde Long, Roy Melton, John Pulls, J. K. Crow, j F. Kronquest, F L. Weinburg, S. D. Goldsmith D. A. Voss, F. W. Collins W. H.Backley, C. R. Osgood, Ed. Froeman. T. W. Ruble the District Court of tho United States for tho District of Nobrasca, North Platto Division Tho United States of America for the use and benefit of Ed ward Walker, Derreberry & I Forbcs,a co-partnership com- j posed of Samuel R. Derryber ry and Milton J. Forbes, the Wv-W. Birge Company, John W. LeM asters, parties per forming labor and furnishing material in tho erection of the Post Office nnd Court House building in North Platte, Ne braska, and nil other persons similarly situated. Plaintiffs, Construction Com pany, of Milwaukee, Wiscon sin, nnd Massachusetts Bond ing and Insurance Comnanv. Defendants. J And now upon this 2nd day of Sep tember, 1913, the above cause enmo on for hearing to the court upon the known and unknown creditors of tho General Construction Company, who furnished labor or material in the erec tion nnd building of the court house and postoffice in the city of North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska. And it is nppoaring from the affidavit of Albert Muldoon, ono of tho attorneys for plaintiffs in said action that Levi R. Duko nnd Phillip 0. Dents doing business under tho Arm name and style of Duke & Dents at 508 Dewey street in the city of North Platte, Lincoln coun ty, Nebraska, are creditors of the defendant, General Construction Co., for labor nnd material furnished it, is hereby ordered that Levi R. Duke and Phillip 0. Dents and all othor persons performing any labor or furnishing any material used in the erection and build ing,of the postoffice and court house in the" city of North Plntte, Nebraska, are hereby notified to intervene in the above entitled action and set up their nccountor claim for labor done or ma terial furnished on or before the 17th day of February, 191-1. And it is further ordered that they, nnd each of them, be so notified by delivering to each of tho said Levi R. Duke and Phillip 0. Deats a true and correct copy of this order on or before November 17th, 1913. And further that tho unknown credi tors of the said General Construction Company be notified by publication of this eder in the North Platto Tribune for three successive weeks, the last issue thereof to be published in said paper not later than tho 17th day of November, 1913. And it is further ordered that if tho said Levi R. Duke, Phillips 0. Deats or any other of the creditors of tho said General Construc tion Company, the defendant in the above entitled action, fail to so inter vene and file their claim within the time herein limited that thev, and each of them, be forever barrd from so doing. Dated this 2nd day of September, 1913. s6-3 v W. II. MUNGER, Judge. Dr. D. C. Crocker. Osteopathic Physician PHONE RED 070. 4- i "fc1 4-4 i.-'4Hf-4- V if if f z ft GEO. D. DENT, Physlciou and Surgeon, Office over McDonald Bank, Phones ) Office 130 J Residence 115 !MMf- M HM- T- - T 01 0 o o aaw DR. J. S. TWINEM, HomeopathlcPhyslclnn andSurgeon Hospital accommodations for Medical and surgical attention given obstetrical cases. OHlco Phono 183 lies. Phono 283 Offlco McDonald S;ato Bank Illd'ft oasissocoitn(0 Buchanan & Patterson's ..Bargain List of Dwellings.. HERE IT IS. New five room cottage on East Fifth street, with toilet, bath and heat and only $2400.00. This will sell quick. Don't delay. Nice six room cottage, shade trees and blue grass only one block from the Court House. Price $2200. The lot is worth what we are asking for the property. Easy terms. 2. 14 Acres, good six room dwelling, barn, chicken house, windmill located only 8 blocks from the High School. This will be equal to full city block and we make the low price of $2500. Easy terms. Five room house and barn, South Dewey street. $1,250. Nice six room cottage 72 1 West Seventh street, handy to new round house. Modern except heat. Price 2,200. Extra nice 4 room cottage on West Tenth street, in the 600 block. Price $1,750. ' Good eight room dwelling on East Tenth street, in the 000 block. Price $1,700. All of these properties are choice can be bought on easy terms. Be sure before you buy. bargains and and see these Buchanan & Patterson, Sole Agents. Alfred Jefferies son of J. E. Jefferies of this city, died in (Kansas City of ty phoid fover Friday afternoon at the age of twenty-nine years. The remaini wore brought hero nnd tho funeral held from the Christian church Sunday afternoon. Mr. Jefferies was formerly employed hero in tho blacksmith busi ness with his futhor and had resided in Kansas for n yonr past He wns mar ried about two years ago to MUs Allco Woggnorof this city who survivos him. Washing Is hard work in hot weather. See tho Electric Washer at Hershoy'H Phono ID. IF ANYTHING HAPPENS to your auto on tho Fourth or any other day call us up nnd we will send the machine and make the necessary repairs. Wouldn't it bo a good plan to have us over haul your carnow. Then nothing will happen to it on the Fourth, that perfect condition can prevent. J. S. Davis Auto Co. Office phone 241. Res. phono 217 L. C . DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nebraska. McDonald Bank Building. ? 1 8 A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES. Doctors Ames & Ames, ?! ( Physicians and Surgeons, l Office over Stone Drug Co. lA . Phones ) Office 273 J Residence 273 J; 1 wwoo w.vm mn anui.umvnit Sigrtet Chapter 0. E. S., NO. 35 Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at Masonic Hall at 7:U0 p. m. DR. HiBY 1TGHELL GRADUATE DENTIST ' Telephone Ked 436 E05H Dew ey St. North Platte, Nebraska. L. A. 5-tf-6--&fe-fr&g--fe-&&i &fr&6-K-6-&& North V Side 4 Jeweler ? 13 years experience at tho bench. Can do nil kinds of repairing. Bed rock prices. All J to L Mritlr irnnrantiMwl v&as-s-ps-ssis-a'fl-av-a-s-s-a-ji'js-ss-s-ss Legal Notice. Notice is hereby given that the under signed, Miner Ilinman of North Platte, Nebraska, will offer for sale at public auction at the Ilinman Garage situate on Dewey nnd 5th streets in the City of North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebras ka, at the Dewoy street entrance, on the 25th day of September. 1913. at the hour of 3 p. m. the following described personal property, to-wit: One model 10, Buick manufacture, 1910 automobile. Said sale to keep open for tho period of one hour, and 'which said described Croperty will be sold to the highest anu est bidder for cash for the satisfac tion of an artisan's lion for thp sum of $149.95 together with the interest there on at the rate of 7 per cent per annum from tho 18th day of August, 1913, for alteration nnd repairs made upon said described property by said Minor Ilin man at the request and for the benefit of G. Malm, the owner thereof; and that a verified statement and descrip tion of the work done and material furnished and description of the said de scribed property was filed in the office of the County Clerk of Lincoln county, Nebraska, on August 18th, 1913, by said Miner Ilinman in account with snid G. Malm, dobtor, and which said lien and tho work and repairs furnished which constitute same, were furnished for a period beginning January 25, 1913, and ending August 3, 1913. Dated at North I'latte, Nebraska, September 2, 1913. Miner Hinman. By E. II. Evans, his attorney. To be published in the Tribune Sep tember 2, .J. 9. 12. 1G, 19 and 23. Oldest Dank in Lincoln County State Bank North Platte, Nebr. CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00 We Solicit Your Buslnissa. PATRONIZE THE nfll Hi 'House ofGoodShowrHI When in North Plane. Motion Pictures. Runs Every Night. Matinee Saturday After noon at 2:30 O'clock. 10 CENTS. I Physicians and Surgeons. WILLIS J. REDFIEI.D, Surgeon. JOG B. REDFIELD, Physician. OFFICE: Physicians & Surgeons . Hospital . . PHONE 642. IWWWtHM ' BJHIWHWUfcrM NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Serial No. 01800 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTEMOR. United States Land Offlco At North Platte. Nebraska. July 25, 1913. Notice is hereby (riven that Bernard A. Voss, of North I'latte, Neb., who on June 28, 1010. made homestead entry. No. 0480'J, for EH NE1, EM, SWM. nnd SEU Section 30, Town ship 11, N. Range 30, W. 6th Principal Merldan, has filed notice of Intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before tho resistor ond receiver nt forth Platte. Nebraska, on the 19th day of September, 1913, Claimant names as wltncssscs: Gcqrgo Miller of Somerset, Neb., William Hunter, Amandus Kunkle, both of North Platte, Neb, Hownrd Simms, of Wcllflcet, Nebr. J29-6 J. E. Evans. Register. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of nn execution on transcript Issued from thcDtstrict Court of Lincoln county, Nebras ka, upon a decree of foreclosure rendered in said court wherein Knox and Walters n corporation partnership It plaintiff, nnd E. Rlma, is de fendant, and to me directed, I will on tho 23rd day of August, 1913, nt two o'clock, p. m., at tho east front door of the court house of Bald county, In the city of North Platte, Nebraska, sell nt public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, the following described property, to-wjt: Northeast quarter (neH) section two (2) In township fifteen (16), range thirty (30), west of the 6th P. M. In Lincoln county, Nebraska. Dated at North Platte, Neb., Jul y. 14, 1913. J15-5 A. J. Salisbury, Sheriff PROBATE NOTICE. In the County Court of Lincoln County, Ne braska, Aug. 2Cth, 1913. In the matter of tho estate of Catherine Mc Gmorn, Deceased. Notlco Is hereby given, that the creditors of said deceased will meet the Exccutois of snld estate, before the count- luJgo of Lincoln county, Nebraska, nt the ii ij court room. In said county, on tho 'SO' . . cf Sept. 1913, nnd on tho 30th day of Mot ' , 1 1 9 o'clock n. m. each day, for the purpose ot presenting their claimB for examination, iidjustmcnt and allow ancp. Six months are allowed for creditors to present their claims, nnd ono year for the Executors to settle said estate, from the 26th day of Aug. 1913. A copy of this order to bo published In the North Plntte Tribune, a legal semi-weekly news paper printed In said county for four succcsslv weeks prior to Sept. 30th, 1913. sM JOHN GRANT. County Judge. ORDER OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR. The State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, ss. In the County Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Mary Buchholz, deceased. On reading nnd filing tho petition of Dredrlck Buchholz prating that administration of said estate may be granted to August Hamer as ad ministrator. Ordered, That Sept. 23rd, 1913, nt 0 o'clock a. m. Is assigned for hearing snid petition when all persons interested In said matter may appear nt a county court to bo held In and for said county nnd show cause why tho prayer of petitioner should not bo granted; nnd that notice of tho pendency of wild petition and the hearing thereof bs given to all persons interested In said matter by pub lishing a cop of this order in tho North Platte Tribune n semi-weekly newspaper printed In said county, for threo successive weeks, prior to said day of hearing. Dated August27th, 1913. JOHN GRANT, s2-3 County Judge' For Thirty or more Years. We have been making, repairing cleaning, and altering clothes for tne people of North Platte. Wo have aimed to givo satisfpetion, and we guess we have been successful, else tho people would not now pat ronze us. Give us a chanco to do your work. F. J. BROEKER. Entrance north of the Nyal drug store. SHERIl'F'S SALU. By virtue of nn order of sale issued from the district court of Lincoln county, Ncbinska, upon a decree of foreclosure rendered In said court wherein Knox nnd Walters a co-partnership is plaintiff, and E, liimn are defendants, and to me directed, I will on the lCth day of October 1913, at i o clock, p. m at the east front door of the court house in North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy said decree, interest, and costs the following described property to-wit: Northeast quarter (NE!) of section two (2) township fifteen (15) range thirty (30) west of the 6th P. M In Lincoln county, Nebraska. Dated North Platte, Neb., September 6th, 1913. 95 A. J. Salisbury, Sheriff. Legal Notice. Notice is hereby civen that the un dersigned, Miner Ilinman of North Platte, Nobruska, will offer for sale at public auction at tho Iiinmnn garage, situate on Dewoy nnd 5th streets In the City of North Platto, Lincoln county, Nebraska, at the Dewey street en trance, on tho 24th day of September, 1913, nt tho hour of 2p. m., the follow ing described personal property, to-wit: One model F, IJuick manufacture, 1909 automobile. Said sale to keep open for tha poriod of one hour and which said doscribed Eroperty will bo sold" to tho highest and est bidder for cash, for tha satisfac tion of an artisan's lien for the sum of $S9.70, together with tho interest there on at the rate of 7 per cent per annum irom tho lBth Uay or August, 1913, for alteration and-repairs made upon said described property by said Miner Ilin man at the request and for the boneftt of George Case, tho owner thereof; and thut a verified statement and de scription of the work done and material furnished, a description of the said de scribed property was filed in tho office of the County Clerk of Lincoln county, Nebraska, on August 18th. 1913, by said Miner, Ilinman in account with said George Cose, debtor, and which said lien and tho work and repairs fur nished which constitute snme were fur nished for a period beginning April 24, 1913, and ending .lulv 8, 1913. Dated at North Platte, September 2, 1913. Miner Hinman. , Ily K, II. Lvans, his attorney. To be published in the Tribune, Sep temper 2, 5, 9, 12, 1G, 19 nnd 23. Established in 1871. Contractor and Builder. Shop Corner Gth and Vine Streets NORTH PLATTE, NEB. R. D. Thomson. Legal Notice. To Albert y?. Kilmer and Jennie Kilmer, his wife, defendants: You and each of you will take notice that the Bank of Stapleton, of Staple ton, Nebr as plaintiff, has filed its certain petition in the District Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska, in which you and each of you are named as de fendants, the objoct and prayer of which said potition is to foreclose that certain mortgage made and executed by you and each of you to The Gandy Bank upon the following described real estate situate in Lincoin County, Ne braska, to-wit: The southeast quarter (sej)and the southeast quarter (sej) of the southwest quarter (swi) of section thirty-two (32), township sixteen (16). north of range twenty-six (2G), west of the Gth P. M. and which said mortgage was given to secure the payment of that certain promissory note made and executed by you for the principal sum of $315.00. And said foreclosure is had for said principal sum together with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from September 5, 1912. You nnd each of you will make answer to said petition on or before October 13, 1913, or tho allegations thereof will be taken as true anddecree entered accordingly. Dated at North Platte, this 2nd day of September, 1913. Bank of Stapleton, by E. H. Evans, s2-4 its attorney. Two Attractions. North Platte has two attractions it pretty women and the cigars made by Schmalzried. Both attractions nre pleasing; and both are in demand. Perhaps you hayo liot been smoking Schmnlzried cigars and don't know how good they are; if so, try them, You will not be disappointed. J. F. SCHMALZRIED, The Maker of Good Cigars. State of Nebraska, Lincoln County. To all persons interested in the es tate of Susan Pickett, deceased'. Whereas, there has been admitted to probate in the county court of said county, an instrument purported to be the last will and testament of Susan Pickett, late of said county, deceased; and John J. Halligan has filed his peti tion herein, praying for the issuing of letters testamentary, I have, therefore, appointed 23rd day of September at 9 o clock in the forenoon at tho county court room in said county, as tho time and place for hearing upon said peti tion. At which time and place, you and all concerned may appear and con test the allowingof the same. It is fur ther ordered that said petitioner give notice to all persons interested in said ostate, of the pendency of this petition, and the time and place set for the hearing of the same by causing a copy of this notice to be published in the North Platte Tribune a semi-weekly newspaper of the county for three suc cessive weeks previous to the day set for hearing. In witnesss whereof, I have hereunto set my hand nnd seal this 30th day of August, 1913. John Grant, County Judge. tf" A fcv.