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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
READERS SPECIALLY WRITTEN FOR RURAL INFORMATION ABOUT AGRICUL TURAL SUBJECTS FBOM RELIABLE SOURCES circular In tho agont'B office Real- donta of othor countlea may Bocuro tho circular by writing to tho Agri cultural College Labor prices for road work still contlnuo gradually to decline, accord ing to figures collected by tho Bu reau of Public roaIs of tho Unltod States department of agriculture from road Jobs In all partB of tho country. Prices paid for common la.- bor In February decroasod slightly more than 1 cent per hour bolow those raid in January, the ayoraco prlcce for tho wholo country bolng 29 nnd 28 cents an hour, rcspoctivoiy, in tho two montlis. Prices paid for skilled labor also showod a gonoral decline. Whon spring work starts on tho farm thoro Is loss tlmo to do chores and tho temperaturo Is strong to turn tho stock out to pasture. Pas turlng too early often cuti down to a great oxtent, tho growth of tho grass during tho ontlro Boason, ac cording to Uio Agricultural College, Tho grass blado is tho laboratory ot the plant and too early and too close nasturlnc destroys this laboratory which makes tho food necessary for tho development and llfo of tho root syfltom. Not only doos close pastur ing weaken tho grass but it .oxpose tho soil to tho hot sun which cause it tn bocomo dry and hard.. This weakened condition of tho grass por mlts weods to como In and In a sea' son or two tho paBluro Is full of -weeds. Holding tho stock ot n llttlo longer will moro than bo ropald In tho summer returns. A largif proportion of nowly plant ed trees dlo tho first year according to tho Agriculture College. Improper planting or carolosi handling of trees beforo planting Is usually ro sponnlblo for tho largest Bharo ot tho loss. Tho roots of tho trees should bo protoctod from oxposuro to sun nnd wind during tho planting op oration. Thoy may bo wrappod In wot gunny sacks or placed In a barrel or pall of thin mud. Tho Important things to bear in mind In planting tho trcos nro: Tho holo must be largo enough to rocolvo tho roota without cramping and deep enough so that tho treo will stand 3 to 4 Inches deeper thnn it was in tho nursory; somo loose, moist, surfaco dirt Bhould bo placed In tho bottom ot tho hole; tho trcos should bo Inserted In the holo so that tho lowest pormanent branch would be on tho southwest sldo of tho troo and tho treo leaned to that side to counteract tho tendency xKMMXnwmXK to grow to tho norm; me airt snouiu Tho pruning of trees should bog! when they aro planted, says Uio Ag rlculturo College When tho trooa aro dug from tho nursory row many of tho feoding roots aro loft in th ground and it Is necessary to romovo somo of tho top ot tho troos in order to moro noarly establish a balanco between tho tops and . tho roots. Tills pruning should bo given 'immodlntely aflor tho troo has boon sot. Tho fol lowing points should bo kept in mind when performing this oporatlon: . Throo or four branches should bo left RARE BARGAIN IN PIANO Wo havo a hlgh-grado piano in our pososslon at North Platto. For quick disposal wo will greatly sacrifice Uio price. Terms If responsible. Wrlto nt onco If interested to tho Donver Music Co., Denvor Colo. GEO. B. DENT Physician nnd Snrgoon Special Attention Given to Surgery and Obstetrics ' Office: Building & Loan Building Phones: Otflco 130 Rosidonco 115 NOTICE OF TAKING UP ESTRAY When in Omaha STOP WITH US Hotel Conant Hotel Sanford Hotel Henshaw Our reputation of 20 years fair dealing is back of thcac hotels. Gucsta may atop at nny ono of them with the as surances of receiving honest valuo and courteous treatment. CONANT HOTEL COMPANY HnnnBBHBnnmnanaai Takon up by tho undorsigned, 4 horses, near the stock yards, Coun ty of Lincoln, State of Nebraska; on tho 26th day of March 1922: two bay goldlngs, weight about 130O pounds; ono black gelding, weight about 1303 pounds; ono bay mare, wolght about 1200 pounds. Dated this 28th day ot March 1922. (Signed) J. E. STEVENS. in City of North Plntto, Nebraska, on pass and approve a certain ordinance ho 16th day of May, 1922. ..The voting fornung : aa creating r W places of. Bald election snau do as ioi- no. v lows: Tho First Ward at tho A. N. Lincoln County, Nebraska. And that Purbln Garago at tho intorsootlon of tho following strcota including tho Fifth and Dowey Streets; tho Second intersections thereof within tho limits Ward in tho District Court Room at of tho city aro comprised within said tho County Court House; the Third paving district, to-wit: Ward at tho Firo Station at tho inter-1 All that portion of Tabor Avonuo section of Front and Vino Strcota; In said city commencing nt tho south tho Fourth Ward nt tno worm naue nno oi rum dto m. mc iuwioctuuu Bulck Garago at tho intersection of 0( saia Fifth Street with Tabor Avo Eighth and Locust Streets. Tho polls nuo jn 8aid city, then south to and to bo oponed at olght o'clock in the ni0ng said Tabor Avonuo to tho south morning nnd to romain opon unm n0 0f Third Street at tno lntersec elght o'clock In tho evening of said . .., Tnl,.(1 stroot with Tabor day of olectlon. I Avenue in Bald city, thonco weet to Thnno votlncr in favor of Bald or-,n,i oinnir nnld Third Strcot to tho rilnnncn shall mark their ballot with . -p.nnt linn of Washincton Street at tho an "X" beforo tho paragraph bogin-, intersection ot Washington street ing with Uio word "FOR" Issuing wltn sal(i west Third Street in said Fifty Thousand ($50,000.00) or me city ora to terminate, NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT bo firmed by Btamplng at least twice during planting process. In ordor to pack Uio Boll firmly about tho roots; at least 2 or 3 Inches should be left unpacked as a mulch. Tho mistake Is ofton mado In planting trees and othor plants in not getting tho soli firmly packed about tno roots or al lowing air Bpacos about tho roots. This may bo provonted by shaking tho troo up and down as Uio dirt Is applied and firmed. J. S.TWINEMM.D. Homeopathic Physician A Surgeon General Practice and ConstrucUon Surgery Ilospltal Accommodation Platto Valley Hospital Former Name Ttrlaem HospltaL NORTH PLATTE, NEBS. MRS. M. HENRY GILFOYL Teacher of Yolco Cultnre and tho Art of Singing Estato No. 1848 of Charles J. II. Brand, deceased, In tho County Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all per sons intorcstoa in saiu estato taiio notico Uiat tho Administrator has filed a final account and report ot Ills ad ministration and a petition for final sottlomont and discharge as such, Ad mlnlstrator, which havo been sot for hearing boforo said court on May 12th, 1922, at 10 o'clock A. M., when you may appear and contest tho same. Dated Aphil 11, 1922. WM. H. C. WOODHURST, (Seal) County Judge. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Barloy as a hog feed is coming on tho markets in increasing amounts, probably for tho reasons Uiat its usol for browing purposes has fallen off and tho hog Industry hns boon mov ing Ino Uio barloy producing dts- Ros- studlo 108 w. Thlrd Phono 114J trlcts. Tho Unltod tSatos dopartmont Estato No. 1868 of Jano James, de ceased, In tho County Court ot Lincoln County, Nebraska. Tho Stato ot Nebraska, ss: Creditors ot said ostato will take notico that tho time limited for pro sentatlon and filing ot claims against said Estato Is August 5th, 1922. and for settlement ot said Estato is March 30, 1923; that I will sit at Uio County Court room in said county, on May 5th. 1922. at 10 o'clock a. m., and on August 5th, 1922, at 10 o'clock a. m.. to receive, examine, hear, allow or adjust all claims and objections duly filed. WM. H. C. WOODHURST, (Seal) County Judge. of Agriculturo has taken up tho prob lem of finding out the relatlvo feed ing valuo ot light and heavy barloy. Thoro aro no fodoral standards for this grain, bijt light and heavy grades nro recognized on tho mnrkot. During 1921 tho dopartmont maae fooding tests of tho two grades nnd tho trials will bo ropoatod. Not enough data aro available yot for def lnlto conclusions as to Offlco Phono 241 Res. Phono 217 L. C. DROST Osteopathic Physician North Platte, Nobraska. Knlghta of Columbus BuUdtng. NOTICE OF SALE W. T. FRITCHARD Grndunto Veterinarian Ex-Govornmont Veterinarian and cx the rolatlvo assistant deputy Stato Veterinarian morlts of tho Ught and heavy grain, but tho results havo shown that high class barloy has a fooding valuo only slightly lower than good shollod corn. in addition to tho central leador. Tho Uyilon thotJO t0Bt8 ftro completed ho lowest ot those brancnoB anouiu no department will have additional ln- on tho southwost sldo to provent sun formatjon 0a tho mothods ot feeding scald; tho branchos snouiu no 4 or u Hurley, wilothor or not It should be inches apart and on different Biuei fod wi,0io, rolled, dry, or soaked. or tno trunK in oruer to nvom uroio- It , Mnncti(l that hnrlov will ho ca; tho' branchos that aro loft should ttNd muon moro lu tho futuro aa J bo cut off 8 or 10 Inches from mo w foo(li especially whon thoro is a trunk and 'tho loader shortonod back 8carcty ot corn and whoil trtey U two-thirds. All otnor branches buouiu comparatively cheap. bo removod cloao up to wc trunK. Within tho last flfteon yoars tht,ro Hospital 315 SouUi Vino Street Phones. Hospital 633 Rosidonco 633 ED KIERIG Auctioneer For dates and terms call at First National Bank North Platto, Nob. DR. HAROLD FENNER Osteopath Over Hlrschfeld's Offlco Phono 333 Pavlne Bonds of tho City ot North Platto, Nebraska' In denomination of Ono Thousand and No 100 ($1,000.00) Dollars, each bearing lntorest at tho rato ot Six (6) per cont per annum, Also all that portion of Eastman .Avenue in said City commencing at itho south lino of Fifth Street at Uio .intersection of said Fifth Street with Eastman Avonuo in sam city thonco payable semi-annually, lntorest una south to nnd along said Eastman principal at tho office oi tno uoumy , Avenue to Uio north line of Third Treasurer ot Lincoln County, State troot nt tho intersection of said of Nebraska. Said bonds to boar date Third Strcot with Eastman Avenue, of Juno 1st. 1922, and the interest on AlB0 an thnt portion of Chestnut said bonds to bo payable on the 1st. street In said city commencing at day of December ana tno ibi. tno south lino of Uio lntorsccUon ot day of Juno 1923 and on tho lst. stroet with Chestnut Street day of Juno of each and overy year onco B0Uth to and along Bald Choat thereaftor until all Interest on said nut gtroet to tho North line ot Fourth Bonds snail havo ooen pain sww th ,ntorsoctlon of Bald Bonds to bo numbered consecutively 2,"- RtrMit wlfh Chestnut Street from ono to fifty, Inclusive and the fourth Btfeot W1U estnut btreet Interest thereon to be ovidenced by mero mj lorminuic. Jn tho County Court ot Lincoln Coun ty. Nebraska. State of Nebraska, Plaintiff, va. Ono Ford Automobile, Engine No. 732099, Defendant. Notico is hereby gtvon to all per sons Interested and to the public at largo, that by vlrtuo of an Ordor 1b suod by tho County Court of Lincoln County. Nebraska, and to mo directed I will on tho 1st day of May, 1922 at tho hour of Two O'clock In tho after noon of said day at the East front door of County Court House In North Platto, Lincoln County, Nobraslca, soli at public nucUon to tho highest and best blddor for cash, Ono Ford Au tomobile, Englno No. 732099, which said Automobile was by said County Court declared to bo a common nusl- anco and "was found to bo Ingaged In unlawful transportation of Intoxicat ing liquor to wit: WhlBkey, and was slozed, hold nnd ordered sold by vir tue of Chaptor 109 of session laws of Nobraska for the year 1919, same be In senate Fllo No. 196 and entitled TntvrlnHni T.lrmnr? Bfitri nnin to TO- Ros. Phono 1020 maIn open ono hour Dated at North Platte. Nobraska, WM. WALDORF this 15th day of April 1922 m,nr A. J. SALISBURY, Sheriff. coupons thereto attached. Said bonds to be drawn payable to bearer twenty (20) years after date but redeemable at tho option ot tho City at any tlmo aftor flvo (5) yoars from the date thoreof. and shall tho City of North Platto, Lincoln County Nebraska, levy a tax In tho year 1922 and each and ovory year thereafter sufficient to pay tho Interest on Bald Bonds and in the year 1922 and each nnd every year thereafter, sufficient to create' a sink ing fund to pay Uio principal of said Bonda as thoy bocomo due, until bui flclont tax has boon levied to pay all of the Interest and principal of said Bonds and such tax to bo both for principal and Interest and to be lovied upon all of tho taxable property In said City of North Platto, Lincoln County, Nebraska. Theso voting against said ordinance shall mark their ballot with an "X" beforo tho paragraph beglnlng with tho word "AGAINST" issuing Fifty Thousand ($50,000.00) Dollars of tho Paving Bonds of tho City of North Platte, Nebraska', In denominations of Ono Thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars each bearing lntorest at Uio rate of Six (6) por cent por annum payable soml-annually, interest and principal payable at the offlco of tho County Treasurer of Lincoln County, Stato of Nobraska. Said Bonds to boar date of Juno 1st 1922 and the interest on Unloss objections aro filed aa re quired by statuto within twenty days from tho first publication of this no tice, tho Mayor and City Council shall proceed to construct such paving. Dated this 10th day of April, 1922. (Seal) E. H. EVANS, Mayor. Attest: O. E. ELDER, City Clerk. NOTICE OF THE FORMATION OF PAVING DISTRICT NO. 11 W THE CITY OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. To Uio owners ot the record title ot all property adjacent to or abutting upon the Btreota hereinafter des cribed and all persons Interested thoreln: You and each of you are hereby noUfied that tho Mayor and City Council of Uio City of North Platto did under date of April 7th, 1922, pass and approve a certain ordinance forming and creating Paving District No. 11 of Uio City of North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska. And that tho following stroeta Including tho intersections thereof within Uio limits of tho city aro comprised within said paving district, to-wlt: All Uiat portion of Ninth Street ot said city commencing at the East lino of Locust Streot at tho itnersecUon of Locust Streot with Ninth Stroot in Preparations to prevent tho growth up ft ma a high. of mildew on loathor aro not usual. . dlvorBmed industry In tho manu- to bo recommonded, says tho bureau i facturo of product from tho various Makes or Repairs anything, mado of IN THE C0UNTY COURT OF LIN- or cnomiBtry ot uio unuou ouuoa j gand8 of domestic animals Uiat nro Tin or Sheet Metal. COLN COUNTY, NEBRASKA rll"l?:!!rHlToB00cI 't . Under General Hospital In tho Mattcr oTEntato ot Fred " " . ing pianis. According to mo bureau tlvo nnd thoy are dangerous. Leafier of ohomstry ot tho Unltcd SUlteg du. articles auch as harness, hoos, buU ot aBrlcuUuro ronnot nnl said Bonds to be payable on tho 1st j.aid city, then west to and along said day of December 1922 and the lBt day of Juno 1923 and on tholst day Ninth Streot to tho East lino of Oak Streot at tho Intersection of Oak ot December and on the 1st day of ; Street with the west Ninth Street of saju cuy, uiuru to iciuiiuuiu. Unless objections aro filed as re quired by statute within twenty days from the first publication of thla no- Bhall Juno of each and every year there after, until all Interest on said bonds shall havo been paid. Said Bonds to be fifty Inclusive and the interest there-tico, the Mayor and City Council sh on tn Kn ovMnnnnrl hv Miinnng thnrntn 1 PrOCOed tO Construct BUCh paving. attached. Said Bonds to bo drawn I Bated this 10th day of April, 1922. payable to bearer twenty (20) years (Seal) E- H. EVANS, Mayor, aftor date but redeemable at tho op-jAttoat: O. E. ELDER, City Clerk, tlon of tho City at any time after five , (5) years from tho date thereof, and .NOTICE OF THE FORMATION OF shall tho City pf North Platte, Lin coln County, Nebraska, levy a tax in tho year 1922 nnd each and every year thereafter sufficient to pay the lnter- PAVING DISTRICT NO. 12 IN THE CITY OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Office 340 IIoubo 125 casos, ami uoonumu....., """aM popsin woro tho first substancos ot cortain to mlldow if kopt In iv warm, th,8 naturo nroducod under commor damp and dark place. TIiIb means dal condltlon8i Shortly aftor tho I. . of loathor articles during tho spring troductlon of thoao flrat productB Over tho Oasis that particular caro biiouiu uo uikch camo tho manufacture ot pnncroatln nnd summer. Mold will not sorlo . ,md Mor oxtract of Ul0 thyrold B,and ly damage loatnor unless u romainn P,arnmcouttcal houses makln? too long, but It wm ci.ango mo co-oi thoao nnd othor proparaUonB got Ul0 nnd In that way do conBldorable dai.i- mw glnm,a from the pnekor8 but a UKO tO Some artlclOb. nmnlwr nf Hin Inttnr nro nnw mnlflii. Tho Blmplest way to koop loathor finished products In tholr own from tnliaowiug ib to itoop it in n won mutB vonuiatcu, tvry, won hBiwuu Vwl Olnndfl and tlssuo usml In tnaklns proforably ono exposed to Bunllght, o tho0 product8 nro obUlined from caV onoap aim ououvu" .D.."v... Uo, calves, sheop, and hogs. From Molds make llttlo growth in sunshine. Uttlo are takou tho ofarlan, pituitary. wnon mwuow pnoal, prostato, orchlc, supraronal, Bhould bo wiped of with a damp clot'i ,mncreaUC( and IMirathyroId glands, or washotd off with soap and warm. from h nfllrlnn nnA wiUor, and tho loathor ollod lightly imncrcaUc. Products mado from (h(? wlUi caator or noats foot oil and well Uiyrold, supraronal, and pancrentU. dried afterwards. Those simple moth- gland(J M(, rennot nnA p(jp8in aro mas ror provonung ana romoy.B rocoBnlzod ft8 0ff,cUll. There are, how nro satisfactory onusaio. oyor many oth(jr proparat,onB not M Farmers nro woll awaro Uiat their wo known. Ono' concorn Is said to warfnro agalnat destructive Insocta 1r Put out 35 proparatlona of this kind not ended whon tholr wheat la in thotor mnuioinai nnu aurgicai purpoaiM. .1 ammm In tr tna or IK tint I nin wiui vun o "w " DR. V. I. SHAFFER Osteopath Physician DR. REDFIELD Physician, Obstetrician, Surgeon crick Wornoko, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING. To All Persons Interested In Said Es tate: Notico Is hereby given, that Frieda Schorz, on April 3, filed in this Court an instrument purporting to bo tho North Platto last will and Tostamont ot Frederick Worneko, deceased, and which will relates to both real and personal proporty, and also hor petition pray- ins? Uiat tho said instrument do aa mltted to probato, and that letters taxable property in tho City of North Platto, Lincoln County, Nebraska, Dated this 10th day of April, 1922. O. E. ELDER1, City Clerk. NOTICE OF THE FORMATION OF PAVING DISTRICT NO. 9 IN THE CITY OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. X-Ray Calls promptly answered Night or Day gJSST of ld iKdSX Phonos. Offlco 642 Resldenco 076 DR. M. B. STATES Chiropractor Wornoko, deceased, and that said pe tition will bo heard boforo tho County Court In tho Court House, In tho City ot North Platto, County of Lincoln and Stato of Nebraska, on tho 24tn day ot April 1922, at two o'clock P. Rooms 5. 6, 7 Building & Loan Bldg M., at which tlmo any ono may ap- pour mill uuuiuai. mu inuuuiu ui nuiu that tho garnered cropB bocomo Im modlntoly BUbJoct to attack by var louo lnsoct pcBta ot stored grain, com monlv called "woovilB." It la oatlmat od by compotcnt authorities that In King. Uio Unltod Statoa theso posts causo a loss ot over $100,000,000 worth of Krain and grain products annually. In Nebraska thoro aro about 20 Bpocles of inaocta that injuro. Btorod grain moro or Iosb. Somo aro beetles nnd their larvao, others aro tho cater pillars of email moths. Experiment atation circular 15, ot tho UnivorIty of Nobraska Agricultural Collogo do- scrtboB tho eovoral FOR SALE Otflco Phono 70 Res. Phono 1242 DR. J. R. McKIRAIIAN PracUco Umltod to Dlseasso of Womon and Surgery Ovor Roxall Drug Store Phonos: Offlco 127 Rosidonco G56 OTIS R. PLATT, BT. D. Physician und Surgeon X-Ray Dtagnoss and Troamont Over Union Stato Bank Will, and show causo, If any there bo. why Bald Instrument should not bo admitted to probata as tho last Will and Testament of Bald Frederick Wornoko, deceased, and why lottors tcstamontary should not be Issued to said netitloner. Dated at North Platte, Nebraska, April 3, 1922. WM. H. C. WOODHURST, (Seal) County Jndgo. est of said Bonds and In tho year 1922 , To the owners ot tho record Utle ot and each and overy year thereafter all property adjacent to or abutting sufficient to creato a sinking fund to upon tho streets hereinafter dea- pay tho principal of said Bonds as , crlbod and all persons interested they become due, until sufficient taxi' thoreln: has been levied to pay all of the In- You and each of you aro hereby torest and principal of nald Bonds and noUfied that the Mayor and City such tax to be both principal and In- Council ot the City of NorUi Platto torest and to be levied upon all of the 1 did under date of April 7th, 1922, pasB and approve a certain ordinance forming and creating Paving District No. 12 of tho City of North PlaUo, Lincoln County, Nobraslca, And that tho following streets including the Intersections thereof within tho limits pf the city aro comprised within said paving district, to-wit: All that portion ot Sixth Streot ot said city commencing on tho east lino of tho Intersection of Vino and West Sixth Street of said dty thence west to nnd along said Sixth Streot of said city to the East lino ot Elm Street at tho intersection with Bald Sixth Street of Bald City, there to ter minate. Unless objections are filed aa re quired by Btatute within twenty days from tho first publication of thla no tice, tho Mayor and City Council shall proceed to construct such paving. Datod this 10th day of April, 1922. (Seal) E. H. EVANS, Mayor. Attest: O. E. ELDER, City CloTk. NOTICE OF ELECTION Notico Is horeby given to tho Elec tors ot tho City of North Platto, No lii-nclrii Hint iVin Xf.vnr r.til I :lfv fV.ri't ICJ?L1?;mlnUl!)ld, Pu b?rd Office Phono 296W Houso Phono 296R i of the City of No.t.'i Platto, No..-.- Duroc Jorsoy boars, aired by Orion Critic, by Tho King by Orion Cherry J. K. QUINN & S9N 220 East Third St. The Farmtr's Auctioneer H. M. Johansen, North Platto, Nebraska. Phone 783F3 For thoao who do not havo enough moro important stock or machinery for a goneral torod Kraln pesta to be found in No- farm nala, I am locatod bo I can hold hrBko, bo that tho farmer may roc- a combination sale at North Platto .wnirn tho particular pesta that nro or at tho Fairvlow dairy 1 miles .iA m. initirv to bis Kraln, and may weat ot town. I have alwaya got ,'M nnlv the Dropef remedy. In enough Btock or machinery listed with counties having Agricultural Exten- me go we can hold a comblnaUoa sale Jea ngonta there Is auppiy ot m 8y uB. JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D. Special Attention Given to Surgery McDonald Bank Building Offlco Phono 83 Rosidonco 38 DR. L. A. SNAYELY Dentist X-Ray Diagnosis Oxygen and Gas Anesthesia for Extractions. Ovor Union Stato Bank Phono 296. DERRYBERRY & FORBES Licensed Emb aimers kn, hay rov!dod by ordtn-.nce fr the submission to a direct vote ot tho votora of tho City of North Platto, No braaka, tho following proposlUon: An ordinance providing for the submit ting to tho votora of tho City of North Platto, In tho County of Lincoln and Stato ot Nobraska, tho following quoB tlon: "Shall tho City of North Platto, In tho County of Lincoln, State of Ne braska Issue Its 'Paving Bonds of the City of North Platto, Nebraska in tho sum ot Fifty ThouBand ($50, 000.00) dollars, for tho purpose ot raising money for paying Uio cost of paving, repaying or macadamizing tho intersections of BtreotB or avenues nnd spaces opposite alleys in the City of North Plntto, Nobraska. And to pro vldo for levying and collecting by the proper officers ot Bald City a tax an nually to pay Uio interest and prin cipal ot Bald bonds as thoy mature." And by vlrtuo of tho power in roe Yostod, I horeby call an election on To tho owners ot the record title of all proporty adjacent to or abutting upon tho streets hereinafter des cribed and all persons Interested thoreln: You and each of you are horeby notified that the Mayor and City Council of tho City of North Platto did under date of April 7th, 1922, pass and approvo a certain ordtnanco forming and creating Paving District No. 9 ot tho City of North Platto, Lincoln County, Nebraska, And that tho following strcota including tho tntoraoctlonB thereof within tho limits of the city are comprisod within said paving district, to-wlt: All that portion of Fourth street in said city commencing at Uio east lino of Oak Street at the intersection ot Oak Streot with Fourth street ot Bald city, thonco west to and nlong sold Fourth street to tho west lino of the Inters ocUon of Washington Street with Bald Fourth Stree In Bald City, thonco north along said Washington Stroot to tho soutu line of tho lntor section of Fifth Streot -with said NOTICE OF THE FORMATION OF PAVING DISTRICT NO. 13 IN THE CITY OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Mayor and City Washington Streot in Bald cit' also, Council of Uio City of North Platto To tho owners of the record title of nil property adjacent to or abutting upon tho streets hereinafter des cribed and all persona interested therein: You and each of you aro heroby notified that tho Maplo Streot from north lino ot Fourth Strcot to South line ot Fifth Streot, thoro to terminate. Unloss objections aro tiled as re quired by statute within twenty days from tho first public tlon of this no tico, the Mayor and City Counoll shall proceed to construct such paving. Datod this 10th day ot April, 1922. (Seal) E. H. EVANS, Mayor. Attest: O. E. ELDER, City Clerk. Undertakers and Faneral Directors Day Phone 41 Night Phono Black 148 8aid ordinance so submitted to bo hold NOTICE OF THE FORMATION OF PAVING DISTRICT NO. 10. Hi THE CITY OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. did under dato of April 7th, 1922, paoB and approve a certain ordinance forming and creating Paving District No. 13 ot the City ot North Platto, Lincoln County, Nebraska. And that tho following streets including the Intersections thereof wiUiln tho limits of tho city aro comprised within Bald paving district, to-wit: All that portion of Sixth Streot of eald city commencing at tho Bast side of Elm Streot at tho intersection ot Elm Streot with said Sixth Stroet ot said city, thence west to and alone Bald Sixth Street of said city to the oast line of Jefferson Streot at the intersection with said Sixth Hired ot said city, thoro to tormlnnto. Unless objections aro filed as re quired by statuto within twenty dnya To tho owners of Uio record title of all proporty adjacent to or abutting upon Uio Btreota hereinafter des cribed and all persons Intorosted Irom tho ftrat publication of this no- thoroln: itlce, tno Mayor and City Council ehall You and each of you nro hereby proceed to construct such paving. notlflod that tho Mayor and City Dated thla 10th day of April, 1922. Council of tho City of North Plntto (Seal) E. H. EVANS, Mayor. did under dato ot April 7th, 1922, Attest: O. E. ELDER, City Clerk.