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tHg SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
4 i IIAILKOAD 3IRJPS VANCE ATTENDED BY 75 COUPLES Tlio dancing party given at thn Lloyd Friday evening by tho trainmen and firemen comwllmontary to tho cnglncors and conductors and tholr ladies, wtt-j nttemled by sovonty-nvo couples. The evonlng was cold and stormy elso tho uttondanco would have been much largor. Though somo dif ficulty was oxporlonccd In hooping tho hall at tho propor toinporaturo, file caused no yory great Inconvenience and tho attendants spent a very onjoy ablo ovonlng. That tho parly was a pleasant ono Is attested by tho fact that tho dancing continued until half paBt one. It Is planned to glvo slmllni partlos In tho futuro to tho end that groator sociability between members of tho different railroad ordors and their ladles may result. Mm- Cntlcrpll' Selected Speaker. Mrs. Roy P. Cottorell, of this city, has boon Boloctcd as ono of the patriotic speakers for this section of tho Btato. The solectlon comes through tho woman's committee of the Ne braska council of defense, which ha Inaugurated a sorlon of patriotic ad drcsBos to bo glvon at public schools, churchos and othor gatherings of organizations. Tho organization ask lng for a speaker Is expected to pay tho travollng oxponscs of tho speaker. ,:o: : Elks Will Entertain Tlmrmlii). Thursday ovonlngtho Elks will give a card and dancing' party at tho "homo. Music for tho evening will bo furnish ed by a flvo-pleeo Hawaiian orchestra which Is touring this country. These players como highly recommended an.l tho commlttoo of tho Elks fool con fidant that tho music will provo do llghtful to all. ,:o:: Pupils' Kccltul. Mrs- J. L. Moran, together with her f 'n'ls, gave a recital at hor homo, 1008 west Third street, Saturday after noon. Tho pupils showed splondld technical training as well as Individual tnlont. Those assisting Mrs. Moran woro Mlldrod Tyler, Margarotto Kino man, Ellzaboth Both, Opal Elswort, Elslo Dolph and AHco Prcdrlca. A scoro or moro guests onjoyed tho re cital. r-::o:: Notice to Water Consumers Water bills for tho past quartor Oct Nov. and Doc. aro now duo. A dis count of ono cent por thousand gallon? will bo glvon on nil bills paid on or boforo January 20th. No discount after tho 20th. HERSIIEY S. WELCH, Water Com JlG-2t 'Tho Wrd of Pnradlsc," "Tho Bird of. ParadlBO," that Inter ostlng story of AmorlcaiiB and modern Hawaii, will bo seen nt the Keith Jan. 21st. Tho production Is undor the per sonal direction of Ollvor Morosco, ono of tho foromost producora In America. Tho play is from tho pon of Richard Walton Tully, who In tho past fow years has sprung Into Ipromlnonco as a writer of plays of oxotle typo. Tho story is of a serious nature bordering on tragedy, yot It Is lntor .snorsod with many flashes of humor, both American and Hawaiian. It deals with tho Amorlcan trador and missionary nnd It also teachon tho lesson that manyomon havo learned boforo, that tho brown and white rnco should not lntornmrry. Miss Coloto Seudder will bo Boon as tho llttiu IJuwallan prlncosa, Luann, and tho cost Includes twenty othors with F.vo Hawaiian slngors nnd players whose ijualnt must lends a natlvo . charm to tho play. Tho scenic effects nro realistic, nnd Includo n tropical thunder storm, and tho eruption of Mount Kllnuen, Hawaii's dreaded .volcano. This Is tho sevonth year of "Tho Bird of Paradise," and each year It keep its old friends and gathers now ones' :o:: It Mors on, Freight Uphold. MUNICH, Ind., If ono who Is rid lng on a freight train pays an omploy of tho railway company anything of value for tho privilege of riding,' ho cannot bo punlshod ns a train Jumper or trespasser, according to William A ilcGIollan, city Judge Evon tho tho railroad omployo has not tho authority to collect paymont, If ho does collect tho person riding has a right to rogard himself as ontltlcd to tho protection of tho railroad, tho court holds. Tho mnttor camo up when four mon, nrrostod by local detectives on chargo of train Jumping. Ono of tho mon tostlflcd thoy had glvon a brake man $1-30, all thoy had among thorn for tho prlvllogo of riding from Lima 0., to Indianapolis. lion At tho present tlmo 1,240 Union Pacific employes nro now with tho colors. Twenty-two or tnoso woro commissioned officers and tho re malndor either voluntoerod or woro drafted. Geo. B. Dent, Physician and Surgeon. Sfeil AHintiit ftm to Sw mi thWitrinr nw wve OJRea: Building and Loan Building .'- . . ' lOfflp 190 "" ' Of Interest to Foreign Horn. Clork of tho district court Geo. K. Prossor has received word that the United States supremo court .has hold that tho "old law" declarations of in tention aro Invalid for all naturaliza tion purposes, Irrespective of whether a declaration of Intontion was filed under tho old law onundcr tho existing law, It is. void if more than seven years old at tho tlmo It Is offered In support of a-petition for naturalization Holders of such declarations, In tho ovent they dcslro to become "citizens, should appear boforo tho district court clork and fllo new and vnlld declara tions of Intention. ::o:: Wheat Is Damaged. OMAHA, -Nobraska winter wheat has boon injured from 25 to 3F per cent by lapic o' moisture and cild, according to .vptrts f-om railrods and othor sources. Snow which now covors tho Holds camo too late to save tho crop In oasttirn and western sections of tho state, but will bo of groat bonofit to that In contral Ne braska- acc eding to A. E. Am'nrftri in chargo of tho federal crop bureau for Nobraska. Anderson says: "East and west Nebraska wont into tho winter with littlo moisturo and the cold open season, similar to that ln?t year which destroyed 80 per cent o tho wheat crop followed. Contral Ne braska wheat Is in fino condition " : :o. : Now Up to the United States. London. Clicrclilll, in a speech said that tho allios havo arrived at tho great crisis of tho war, a situation that miy bo satisfactorily solved only through; acuon oy mo unueu ataics, oy uie dispatching of great forces of mon and ammunition to tho aid of the allies. He roforrod to tho situation on tho wes-! torn lino. Hero, It has been apparent for somo tlmo, tho Teutons aro prepar ing for tho groat stroko of tho war, their iriost trying effort and it is bo llovcd their final offonslvo provided it falls. Enormous 'numbers of mon havo been massed along tho wost front of lato, from Russia and also tho I- tnllan tront, whoro tlipro id lllttlo activity now bocauso of tho heavy Bnows. Tho nlllos havo sufficient men and munitions to hold nny Teutonic advances but not enough to mako counter movomonts with sufficient forces bohlnd them to tako advantngo of such openings as Gormany may mako. Tho . local oxemntlon hnnrrl 1ini classified all registrants whoso quos-' tlonnlres havo boon returned. Tomor-1 row Is tho last day for the roturn of quostlonalros, but A. S. Allen, of tho bonrd, says that there, will probably bo at that tlmo 200 that have not boon returned. This Is duo to registrants changing tholr plncos of rosldonco aud tho Inability to locate them or elso a dolay In tho mall. John Bnkor, ono of tho North Platto boys at Camp Punston, ?amo homo on a short furlour.h tho latter art of hir.t k, Like riU othor Nort. i latte ivp who have boon homo, John looks fine. FltEE 6f01IAKUK Why suffor with indlgostlon, dyspep sia, torpid liver, constipation, Bour otonmch, comlng-up-of-food-aftor-eat- ing, etc., when you can got a sample bottlo of Green's August Flower froo at Stono's Pharmacy. This modlclno has remarkable curatlvo properties, and has demonstrated its efficiency by fifty years of suocosb. Headaches aro ofton caused by a disordered Btomach. August Flower Is put up in 25 and 75 cent bottlos. Por salo in all civilized countries. U H.M.H.H II M ' MUnlMW ' 5 I I IB II B.HI B B.I UNIFORM Two things may prevent your motor from developing its maximum power ut all times Using a gasoline that is not always uniform, and Frequent changes from one gasoline to another. You cannot keep your carburetor properly adjusted if you do either of these things. Standardize on your gasoline. Fill your tank with Red Crown wherever you are. Wherever you get it you'll find it tho samepowerful, speedy, quick-storting and crowded with mileage. At our Service Stations and all good garages. Look for the lied Crown Sign. Put Polarine in your crankcasc. It's the perfect winter lubricant STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Nebr.ik.) WAR SAVINGS STAMPS What They AreWhy You Buy Them. Should This nrtlclo was submitted by Frank C. Bulltn, Stato Publicity Man- agcr, National War Savings Can-, tnlttee. The Nntlonnl AVnr Savings Com mittee Is not only endeavoring to rnlso two billion dollars for tho gov ernment through tho salo of War Savings Stomps, but Is attempting to create In the American people tho hnblt of thrift and economy. In tho words of Lloyd George, tho War 'Savings Committee hopes to tench tho people tlint 1 war times "oxtrnvngnnco nnd tho purchase of non-e8HcntInls Is treason." Every tlmo n citizen In these wnr times purchases a thing not absolutely necessary to his health and comfort he Is assisting In blotting out moro Amorlcan lives by Prussian sholls. When one purchases something ho docs not need he makes men work who could otherwise bo producing guns and munitions to help end tho war more quickly. There are not enough workmen In the country to produce all the luxu ries nnd necessities tho people havo money to buy and at tho snme tlmo mnko sufficient guns, munitions and supplies for the military forces. Those who save tholr money and loan It to tho government nro saving tho lives of American soldiers; those who spend their money "ns they please may help kill their own sons or their neighbors sons who aro over there In u, tl.ondl0S nglltIng f0P tllonii Tho government needs money and labor now nnd needs It bad. It Is tho patriotic privilege and duty of every citizen not only to loan all the money ho can to the government, but to per mit tho government to borrow the la bor It needs through his abstaining from the purchase of things he does not neul. The government Is endenvoring to rnlso money now through tho sale of War Savings Stamps. These stnmps nro Issued In 25-i,'itt sizes (known ns Thrift Slumps), and $5 sizes (known as War Savings Certificate Stumps). When you buy the first 25-ccnt stamp you nro given a card with spaces to hold fifteen more stamps of thin size. These stamps are Intended primarily for children's savings, nnd do not benr Interest, but when the card Is full It can bo traded In on a .$5 stamp that doeu. When you got tho first $5 stnmp you aro given n certificate card with spaces for twenty stamp of this size, Tho stamps draw -1 Interest, com pounded quarterly, which Is equiva lent to about This Is the high est rate of Interest tho government has over paid. A !?v stump costs $-1.12 now and a cent moro each month for the rent of the year, In five years It will bo worth ?5. Hut you do not need to keep tho stamps fire years unless you want to. Whether you havo ou, oi two hundred of them you umy cash them any tlmo ut the postoljico on ten days' notice. But If you do not hold them for live years you get only 11 Interest on the money Invested lit them from tho tlmo you bought them until you cash them In. To got 4 compound Interest you must hold them to 4he date of maturity! Which Is January 1. 1023. & H. ItEDFIELD. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Successor to PHYSICIAN &SUnOEONS HOSPITAL Drs. Redfiold & Redfleld 010 se Phone 642 Res. Puouh 676 f I OMAHA 1 1 NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (Incorporated) One Hall Block North ot Postoflice. Phone 53 A modern institution for the scientific treatment of medical, surgical and confinement case. Completely equipped X-Ruy and diagnostic laboratories. Staff: Ceo. Jt. Dent, M. D. J. B. Rcdfield, M. D. V. la:as, M. D. J. S. Simms, M.D he Nur38 Brown Memorial Homeopathic Hospital 100S West Fourth Street. For tho treatmont of Medical, Surgical and Obstotrlcal Patients. JOHN S. TWINEM, M. I). UK. HAROLD A. FENNEll Osteopath. Helton Building Office hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. . Phones Offico Black 333 Ros. Black 1020 E. VT. FETTER, Physician X RAY Office: First Nntlonnl Bank Building. Office phone 241. Res. phone 217 L . C . DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - NobrnsUH. McDonald Bank Building. SlIEUIKP'S SALE. BY VIItTUK OP AN ORDER OP MAbli issued from tho District Court of .Incoln County. .Nebraska, upon a de croo of foreclosure rendered In said court, wheroln George w. Ruff is plnlntllr nnd AHco D. Montgomery. "William "V. Montgomory and Joseph A. Markee are defendnnts. and to me directed, I will on the loth day or ieb 1'Jlff. at o clock i'. Al.. nt the east iront door of tho Court liouao In North PIntto. Lincoln County. Nebraska sell at public auction to tho highest bidder for cash to Batisty said decroe. rendered in said nctton in favor of tho plalntllff and also tno decroe rendered in ravor or me tie feudnnt and cross-petitioner Joseph A. Markoo. with Interest nnd costs, the ronowmg descrioea property: -rno North West quarter, of section twenty, and the "Woqt half of section twenty nine, In township thirteen. North of rnnir thirtv. West of the 6th P. M.. and also tho following: Commencing at thn South East corner of section nine- tefin fi9). Township tnirteen ui. range thirty" (30), "West, thence West flvo chains along South line of said section: thence Nonh Parallel to tho East line of said section thirty (30) nhnitiR. thnneo East two chains: theme North tnirtoen cnams; inence vveai two chains; thonco Nortn niieen anu 7-10 chains: thence lyasi parnuei to tho South line of the North East quart or inkui of the North East quarter of section, out Ut It. auum ui mini una flvn chains to n nolnt on tho East lino of Bald section thenco South along East lino of Bald section to beginning con taining 26 3-4 acres of land West of tho 6th r. M. in Lincoln uouniy, weurasRii, Dated Norm l'latto, iNOorasKa, jiui nth. 1'118. J16flS A. Jk SALISBURY, ShorlH. Legal Notice. v To M. A. Johnston, first name un known and wife Molvina Johnston, Ed win A. Morgan and Bertna Morgan and J. V. Kirks, first name un known and Calllo S. Kirks, his wife nnd C. W. Cameron, first namo un known and Cameron, his wife first namo .unknown : You aro hereby notified that George Van Zandt has filed his petition in tho District Court of Lincoln County Nobraska. against you and each of you Impleaded with othors, the objoct anu prayer ot which said potltlon is to forecloso a certain mortgage mauo anu executed bv M. A. Johnston, first namo unknown and Molvina Johnston, his wife, unon tho following described lands situated in Lincoln County, No braska, to-wlt: South Half (SMs) of Soctlon Soven (7), Township Kiovcn (11) N. Range Thlrty-throo (33), West of tho Cth P. M. ana the amount claim od to bo duo plaintiff upon said niort Kiico is tho sum of Sl.G3l.8J. You will make answer to said pen tlon on or boforo tho 18th day of Fob ruary, 1918, or your dofault will bo taken and decree entorcd as In said petition prayed. doorgo Van Zandt.PIantlff, J8fl By Evans & Evans, his attorneys, Legal Notice. To Arthur Battles, Hannah Battles Richard E. Spolts and Spelts his wife, first and real namo unknown You nnd each of you are hereby notified that Gcorgo E. Warren has commenced an action against you In tho District Court of Lincoln County to forecloso a certain mortgage mado, exocuted and delivered by Arthur Bat ties and Hannah Battles to tho U. S Llvo Stock Company, convoying tho north one-halt of Section sovonteen (17), township slxteon (16), north of rango thirty-two (32) west ot tno cm P. M.. Lincoln County, NobrasKn, which said mortgago and notes secur od thoroby wero for value on tho 19th day ot July, 1912, transrerreu and as signed and set over to Ooorgo E, Wairon, who is now ownor in good faith thereof. You nro required to answer said petition on or boforo tho 18th day ot Fob uary, 1918. Ooorgo E. Wnrron, By E. C. Hoddor, J8-fl His Attornoy Phono 308 ALBERT A. LANE, Dentist Rooms 1 and 2 Helton Building North Platto, Nebraska. DIENEJt & KENNEDY Itcnl Kstntc, Fire, Tornado nnd Hall Insrunncc. Special Agents Globe Life Insurance Compniiy. Corner Front aud Dowoy Sts., Upstairs Phono Red 672. North Platte, Neb. My best referance, I'm alway dated ahead. . M. McCLARA AUCTIONEER. Phone at my expense for dates. ogaLalla, NEB. KOAI) NO. nfi To nil whom it mny concern: tho special commissioner nnpoinicu to locnta a public road as follows: (Jommoncinir nt tno section lino on the north of Sections nineteen (19) and twenty (20), running south n distance or 3 miles, between the following sec tions, sections nineteen (1U) ana twen ty (20) nnd sections thirty (30) nnd twenty-nlno (29) nnd Sections thirty' ono (31) nnd thirty-two (32), nil In township thirteen (13), range thltry four (34). Lincoln County. Nehrnsko. has reported In favor of tho samo as follows: Doclnninir at the corner to Sections 17. IS. 19 nnd 20. T. 13 N.. It. 34 W. of tho 6th P. M., and running thence south on section line 3 miles between Sections 9 and 20. 29 nnd 30. 31 nnd 32. snld townsmn and range terminating tnoro. All damages or objections thoreto or claims ror damages thereto must no filed In tho offico of tho County Clerk on or before 12 oviock noon of tho Cth day of March, 1918, or such road will bo allowed without rererenco thereto. Dated nt North Platte, this 20th day r .December, yi7. A. S. AIjTjEN. County Clork. ROAD NO. 412. rPn nil wlmm It run v concern! Tho special commissioner appoinieu to locate n nubile road ns follows: Commencing at tho Nortneast corner of Section live, in townsnip iweive north, range thirty west, ' In Lincoln Countv. and running thenco west on tho north section lines of Sections I nnd 0 to the northwest cornor of Sec t on fi. townshln 12. ranco 30 bo cstao lislicd. has rooortcd In favor of the same ns follows: neclnninir at tho N. E. cornor or sec tlon 5, T. 12 N R. 30 W., and running thenco west two miles, between Sec. G and 6, T. 12 N., R. 30 W., and Sections 31. 32. 33, r. 13 iM., u. 3U w., to tno IN. W. cornnr of said section 6. All objections thereto or claims tor damages must be filed In tho olllce of tho County Clork on or before 12 o'clock noon of tho 7th day of March. 1918, or such road will bo allowed witnout rer erenca thereto. Dated at North Platte. Nebraska, this 21st day ot December, 1917. A. H. ALiljliilN. County Clerk. IIOAD NO. 410. To all whom It mav concern: The special commissioner nppointeu to locate a public road as follows: Commencing at tho Southwpst corner of tho Southwest quarter of Section twentv-flve. townshln ten. ranee thir ty-one and running thence east one mile on section line between sections twen ty-five and thlrty-slx In township ten rnnco thirty-one. connecting Roads No 141 and 170, has reported In favor of tho same as follows: Beginning at tho cornor to Sections 25, Z6, 35 and 36, T. 10 n., it. 31 w., ana running thence east on lino between Sections z& and 3t, said townsnip ana range, one mno to tno corner to aeo tlons 25 and 36, on range lino to con noct with Road No. 141. All oblectlonB or claims for damageB must be filed In tho ofllce of the Coun ty Clork on or before 12 o clock noon of tho 6th day of March, 1918, or such road will bo allowed without reference thereto. Dated at North Platte. Nebraska, this 20th day of December, 1917. County Clerk NOTICE OK PETITION. Estate No. 1C25 of Henry P. Doebke deceased, In the County Court of Lin- coin uounty, NeorasKa. The State of Nebraska. To all per sons Interested In said Estate take no tice that a natltlon has been llled ror the appointment ot Hannah Doebke as Administratrix ot said Estate, which has been sot for hearing horln on Jan uary 25, iuis, at a o ciock a. m. Dated December ssv, ivii. GEO. E. FRENCH. J1J22 County Judge NOTICE OP PETITION. Estate No. 1C24 of Caroline Franzen, de ceased, in the county court or lin coin County. Nebraska. The Stato of Nebraska. To all nor sons Interested in said cstato take no tlco that a potltlon has been Hied lor the probate or an instrument purport ing to be tho last Will and Testament or Caroline franzen anu xor tno ap polntmont of Fred E. Pease as Exccu tor of said Will, which has boen se for hearing heroin on January 18, 1918 at 9 o-ciock a. m. Dated Decomber 21, 1917. GEO. E. FRENCH. d2GJ15 County Judge KOTICI! TO CREDITORS Estate No. 1620 of Anna M. O'Rourke deceased. In tho County Court of Lin coin Countv. Nebraska. Tho State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors of snld eatnte will tako notice that th limn llmltA.l fnr nrp.Mnntatlon nnd ill lng of claims agnlnBt said Estate Is Anrll 2R. 1918. and for settlement o said Estate Is December 21, 1918: that I will sit at tho county court room in said countv on January 25. 1918. at 9 o'clock a. m.. and on April 25, 1918, at o o'clock n. m.i to receive, exnmln hear, allow, or adjust all claims and ob jections tiuiy nicu. GEO. E. FRENCH. d25J22 County Judge, NOTICE POIl PUIII.ICATION. Department of the Interior. Serial No. 05830. U. S. Land Olllce at North Platte, Nebr. December 18, 1917, Notice is nereby given tnat Home W. Hamm, of North Platte, Nebr., who, on soot. 2ti. tun. mauo Homestead on try, No. 05830, for NWU Section 34 Township 16 N., Range 2!) W. 6th I'rincipai Aieriaian, nas nied notice Intention to make llnal threo vear proof, to establish claim to the Iandi aoove aescribea, ueioro the itegister and Receiver, nt North PIntto, Nobr., on me uin uay or February, iih. Claimant names as witnesses! Silas Little, of North Platte, Nebr. C II. Schaeffer, of Stapleton, Neb. Wm Pitman, of Stapleton, Nobr. nooort uauc, or atnnieton, jeor. E. J. EAMES. d25-6w Register. NOTICE. OP SPECIAL. ELECTION IN EAST PLATTE PIIECINCT. Nottco is hereby given that a special election will bo held in East Platte Precinct, In Lincoln County, State of Nobraska, on the 29th day of January, 1918, at which the following proposi tion will be submitted to the voters of said East Platto precinct, to-wlt: "Shall tho Board of County Commis sioners ot the County ot Lincoln, state of Nebraska, Issue Thirty thousand Dollars ($30,00.0.00) of 'East Platte Pre cinct Bridge Bonds', in denominations of One thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars each bearing Interest at the rato of bIx por cent per annum, payable semi-annually, interest and principal payable at the Office of the County Treasurer of Lin coln County, State of Nebraska, In the City of North Platto, Lincoln County, In the State of Nobraska. Said bonds to bear date of March 1, 1918, and the Interest on said bonds to bo payable on tho 1st day of Soptembor, 1918. nnd on the 1st day of March and on tho 1st dny of Soptembor of each and every year thereafter, until all of tho Interest on snld bonds shall havo boen paid. Snld bonds to bo numbered consecu tively from 1 to 30 Inclusive, nnd the interest thoreon to bo evidenced by coupons thereto attached, Bonds No.'s 1, 2 nnd 3 to become duo ami payablo on the 1st day of March, Ronds No.'b 4, 5 nnd 6 to becomo duo 1930 I)ay on 11,0 lBt day r March, llonds No.'s 7. 8 and 0 to lmcnmn 1nn nnd paynblo on tho 1st day of March, BOIldS NO.'S 10.11 nml 1" In lincnmr. duo nnd. navablo on tho 1st. inv nt .March, iujz. lionus no.'s 13, 14 and 15 to becomi uuo aim pnyabic on tno 1st day March, 1933. Bonus no.'s 10, 17 and 18 to boi nuo anu payable on tno 1st di Mnrch. 1934. Bonds no.'s 19, 20 nnd 21 to become due nnd navablo on tho 1st dnv of March. 1935. Bonus no's 22, 23 and 24 to becomo duo and nayablo on thn 1st dnv of Mnrch, 1930. Bonds no.'s 25, 2G and 27 to becomo duo and payablo on tho 1st day of March, 1937.' Bonds No.'s 28, 29 and 30 to become due and payablo on tho 1st day of March, 1938. Anu Biinu tno Board of County Com mlssslonera of tho County of Lincoln, In tho Stato of Nebraska, low a tax in tho year 1918, and In each and every year thereafter sufficient to pay the interest on said' bonds, nnd sufficlont tn pay five por cent of tho principal thero- oi ua proviuea oy law; anu in tno year 1928, and each and every year there after sufficient to pay tho principal of said bonds as they become due, until Bufllclont tax hns been levied to pay all of tho prlnclpnl of said bonds as proviueti by law; and such-tux both for Interest and nrlncln.il to hn IrvIpiI nnnn all of the taxable proporty In said East l-iatie I'rccinct. Said bonds to bo used for the purpose of constructing a series of wagon bridges across tho following streams, lo-wu; mo i-Nortn uuannei ot tho Bintte River, tho south slough of tho Platto River, and tho North and Smith limn. ches of the Platte Rlvor. hfurlnnlni? .it a ijoini on tno rMorin bank or tho noMu4 " nl.nnM.xl . 1 Til i 1 1 1 1 1 t,ii.uirci iiiu x'iuLio iviver, wnere ai continuation oi waricot street of tho Vlllago of Brady. Lincoln County, Nebraska, runnlnir In a Hoiitlnvotitnrniv direction, Intersects tho north bank of tno sain Nortn Channel or the Platte River, and thon across snlil North Channel of tho Platto Rlvor to a point on tho south bank of said North Chan nel of tho Platte River, whoro said lino conects with tho Public Highway No. 183; thence commencing on tho north bank of tho south Slough on tho Section iiuu ueiwuuii oectioiis twenty-two czsj and twenty-three (23) in township twelve (12) North, of rani.3 twontv- soven (2 27) West of tho 0th P. M. then across said south slough to tho south bank of said south slough connecting with Public Highway No. 43; thonco commencing at tno north bank of the North branch of tho Pluttn nivnr nn said Section lino between said Sections twenty-two (22) and twenty-threo (23), thenco south across said north branch of tho Platto River to tho Bouth bank inereor, connecting with said Public Highway No 43: thenco comminnlnir at tho north bank of tho South branch oi mo ji-iaite ltiver on said section line between said Sections twenty-two (22) and twenty-threo (23), thenco south across said south branch of tho Platte ivor io tno south bank therof: all of said bridges belntr nnnroxlmntnlv 2003 jeci. in leiigin, more or less, ana precinct, and to be of sufficient width ff any point on said bridges, and to bo constructed of concrete and steel, nnd to comply with tho plans nnd specifi cations prepared and furnished by tho Stato Engineer of the Stato of Nebras ka, and said bonds to bo approximately one-half of the entire cost of tho con struction of said bridges as heretofore out lortn, anu ine cntiro cost or which Is to bo approximately sixty thousand Dollars ($60,000.00), one-half of which Is to bo borne by tho State of Nobraska, Aid, as provided for In Article 5, Chap ter 28, sections 123 to 133 Inclusive, of wiu aunocu oiuiuies oi ine state or Nebraska, for tho vear iflia nmi nta amendatory thereto, said amendatory acts being Chapter 57, page 150 of tho Session Laws of the State of Nebraska, for the year 1916. snouiu tho State of Nebraska fall to grant such aid, then the bonds of said Last Platte Preelnnt hnrnhv nnlarsil voted upon, shall not bo issued. rnp bauots to be used at said special election shall have printed thereon: "For" Issuing Thirty-thousand Dol lars ($30,000.00), In "East Platto Pre cinct Brldco Bonds". In rlennrnlnn Hmm of Ono thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) each ucurtiiK .merest ai ine rate or six per cent por annum, payablo semi-annually, Interest and principal payable at the Olllce of the County Treasurer of Lin coln uounty, Btnto. or Nebraska, in tho City of North Platte, Lincoln County, In tho State of Nebraska. Said bonds to bear date of March 1, 1918, nnd tho interest on said bonds to be payable on tno isc uay or September, 1918, and oni the 1st day of March, and on tho 1st day " or September, of each and every year thereafter, until all of tho Interest on said bonds shall havo been paid, and to levy a tax in the year 1918, and In each nnd every year thereafter sulllclent to pay tho Interest on said bonds, and sulllclent to pay nve per cent of tho principal thereof as provided by law; and In the year 1928, and each and every year thereafter sulllclent to pay the principal of said bonds as they bo come due, until sulllclent tax has bebn levied to pay all of the principal of said bonds as provided by law, and such tax both for intorest and principal to be levied upon all of the taxable proporty In said East Platte Precinct. "Against", issuing Thirty-thousand Dollars ($30,000.00), in "East Platto Precinct Bridge Bonds", in denomina tions of Ono thousand Dollars ($1,000.00), bearing interest at tho rato of six por cent per annum, payable Boml-annually, Intorest and principal payable at the olllce of tho County Treasurer of Lincoln County, Stato of No-braskn, In the City of North Platte, Lincoln County, Stato of Nebraska. Snld bonds to boar dato of March 1, 1918, and the Interest on said bonds to bo payable on the 1st dav of sntmhir. iu in. nnn on inn lnt nv nr Ainrnh mWHM.v on tno ibi uay ot September, or eachand every, year thereafter, until all of tho interest on said bonds shall have been paid, and to levy a tax in the year 1918, and in'each nnd every year thereafter sulllclent to pay tho Interest on said bonds, nnd sulllclent to pay flvo per cent of the principal thereof as provided by law. and in the year 1928, and each and every year thereafter sufficient to pay tho principal of said bonds as they be come due, until sulllclent tax has been levied to pay all of the principal of said bonds as provided by law, nnd such tax both for Interest and principal to bo levied unon nil nf tim inri. ,.nn.... in Bald tiast Platto Precinct; a"ubo young in ravor of said proposl- f.v.n fhaU miTk thelr bnllt with an "X" before the paragraph beginnlnc- nVnH10 w?Jd ''FOR'-anT those voting yF-VJ18! i1ald Proposition shall mark their ballot with an "X" before the AGAINST" " W,th the word Said election shall be open nt 8 o'clock A. M. and continue open until 8 o'clock P M. of said day. and the nolllne Places of said East Platto Precinct wfi Vl VnS h?U8e "ncUon three (3) in township eleven (li) North or range twenty-seven (27) West nf ft a ft .V Wh'c,h ? ot vSfers'l vlng in said precinct south of thn nMfc branch of the south channel of the AattS River in said Precinct will cast their thi'viila'S? on111 Woodmana Hall in the village of Brady, In said Precinct at which all voters 1 vlng In said Pre. clnct nnd residing north of the south bank of the soutlT branch of the sSuth &n,-,?nf.th0 P,Stte River shall wst a?y! 1918." ' n th0 29th day Janfi: ftf fiSS.rV BLSnf CnV d27J24 a. s. Allen, County Clerk,. I 1