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Semi -Weekly Tribune,
Ira L. Bare, Editor and Publisher.
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ofllco R9 Second Class Matter.
TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1912.
Local and Personal.
Miss Snrn Brand of I'nxton,
Sunday with friends in town.
Attorney George Gibba trnnsneted
business in Ogalalla Snturdny.
Hilmor Thompson returned Saturday
from Crelghton college in Omaha.
Charley Herrod has purchased of
Minor llintnan a five passenger Chal
Mrs. Frank Avery, of Paxton, camo
down Sunday to sing nt tho K. C.
0. St. Ongo returned Saturday
from a six wcckB visit with relatives
Miss Thco Schwniger went to Lodge
polo Saturday to visit friends for bov
Frank Smith nrrived from Omaha
Saturday to attend tho K. C. banquet
RpJ May party.
Mrs. M. J. McConnoll and baby
went to Minden Saturday to visit rela
tives for aveck.
James Roddy is enlarging his homo in
tho first ward by the addition of a
couplo of oxtrn rooms.
Mrs. Orvnl, of Texas, arrived Satur
day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hammer
for a week or more.
Miss Workman roturned to Hastings
nfter visiting hor sister, MIbs Nellie,
for sevoral days.
Mrs. James Flynn has returned from
Rawlins, where-she was called last week
by the illness of a relative.
Albert LoDovt camo down from Pux
ton Saturday to visit his brothers and
attend tho It. C. banquet.
F. C. Edwards, of Tryon, has just
purchased a now Reo, the fifth touring
car of tho J. S. Davis Auto Co.
Tho Hartman cigar factory was moved
tho latter pr.rt of Inst week to tho room
over tho McDonald Clothing store.
Tho Houdy-Ogicr Auto Co., received
n shipment of eight Ford cars Friday,
nil of which had been previously sold.
John Costello, n former North Platto
boy, arrived Sunday frpm Sidney to
visit Messrs. John and William Stack.
A ten pound baby girl was bom to
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Reid tho Inst of tho
week. All concerned nre doing nicely.
John Crockett and family wero called
horo from Evanston Saturday by the
critical condition of tho former's
Mrs. Anna McLnno returned to Cozad
Snturday after spending two weeks
with her sons, Martin and Charles Mc
Mrs. Morgan, of Ogalalla, who
visited hor mother Mrs. A. S. Cham-
borlain last week, went homo Fridny
Mrs. Harry Cramer returned Satur
day from Lincoln, where sho spent sov
cral days at the Lincoln School of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thalken, of Pnx
ton, enme down Sunday to attend tho
K. C. banquet and visit Mr. and Mrs.
Littlo Elsio Wnltomath submitted to
an operation for nppondicitis at St.
Luke's hospital Friday afternoon and is
Rev. Allen Chamberlain left Saturday
for Minneapolis, whore ho will spend a
month at tho general conference of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pelton loft the
last of the week for Milwaukee Tho
formor has been employed on the
new government builking.
Edward Mulcahy, formerly of this
city who has been omployed for some
time in Choyenne, enmo down Sunday
to attend the K. C. banquet and viBit
Misses Nellie Workman and Gortrude
Hanks entertained a few friends at a
chafing dish party Friday evening in
honor of Misses Jessio Workman, of
Hastings and Agnes Lewis, of Omnha.
Tho Cadot piny "What Happoned to
Jones," which was produced at tho
a short timo ngo, will bo repeated in
Gothenburg in tho near future, ro
hearsals beginning Saturday.
CURED TO STAY CURED)
JIow a North Platte Citizen Found
Complete Freedom From Kid
If you suffer from backache,
From urinary disorders,
From any diseaso of tho kidnoys,
Be cured to stay cured.
Doan's Kidney Pills make lasting
North Platto people testify.
Here's ono caso of it.
Henry G. Brooks, 815 West Fifth St.,
North Platte. Nob., sayB: "I
highly of Doan's Kidney Pills
I did in August, 1907, whon I publicly
recomendcu them in tho North Platto
papors. I suffered from sharp, pier
cing pains through the small of my
back and kidnoys nnd was annoyed by
irregular and painful passages of the
kidnoy secretions. Doan's Kidney
Pills, procured from, McDonell &
Graves' drug store (now Schiller &
Co'b.) banished tho pains bo that I felt
liko a different man and corrected tho
disordered condition of my kidneyB. I
have had no serious trouble since then
and I give the full credit of my present
hoalth to Doan's Kidnoy Pills.1'
Forsaloby all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fostor-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York', solo agents for tho United
States. - '
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other,
Tho nnnunl Convocation of tho Epis
copal church will bo hold In this city
from May 8th to May 11th. Any ono
wishing to help cntcrtaiu the delegates
will plenso inform Mrs. W. M. Cunning-ham.
In tho last day's shoot of the Omnhn
gun club, Keith Neville, of this city,
broko 170 targets out of a possible 200.
His score was lilteen bolow tho hign
man. The day was n bad one, the wind
blowing at a forty mile gnit.
Friday evening n score of young
folks enjoyed a country dance nt the
new house just completed on W. T.
Wilcox ranch eight miles from town.
Tho happy crowd were conveyed there
in carriages and automobiles and spent
sevornl hours in dancing. At inter
mission an enjoynblo lunch was served.
All report a fine time.
A tornado struck the southeast part
of Custer county Ihursmiy nltcrnoon
and did much damage. The Algernon
school house was completely wrecked.
In it at the time were twelve children
and tho teacher. Miss Clara Mills. The.
building was carried a distance of fif
teen hundred feet. Miss Mills was
Boriously cut about the head and will
probably loose the sight of one eye.
ActiVe operations looking toward tho
establishment of a wireless system to
bo used in dispntching trnins and trans
acting business of the Union Pacific
have neon commenced. The antennae
will be located on tho hcadnuarters
building, the top of the mast rising
forty or fifty feet above tho roof, or
nbout 325 tent above the curb line.
Power will do supplied by tho engines
and dynamos in tho building. It is es
timated that grnm waves can bo sent
through tho air a distance of from
1.G0O to 2.000 miles withtho power at
Congressman Kinknid is always
looking to the further development of
his district even his most ardent op
ponents will hnvo to give him credit
for that! Ho is looking closely after
tho advancement of the bill that
would open for settlement the Fort
Niobrara military reservation, which
would provide 8,000 acres for quarter
section farms and open 45,000 acres
more under tho Kindaid act a whole
section of land per settler, this land
being more largely grazing land. Ho
Is somo Moses in loading things out
of wilderness into settlement nnd de
velopmentGrand Island Independent.
Myrtle and Vicinity.
Farmers nro busy sowing smnll grain,
Grass on tho range is growing very
F. D. Tatman marketed a load of
hogs at North Platte Wednesday.
The Myrtle Cemetery association
made somo much needed repairs on tho
cemetery fence this week.
Bert llrunk shelled corn for F. D.
Tntman Thursday nnd Friday.
Ed Wright sold three head of mules
to R. L. Douglas recently.
Henry Greeley spent the past week
in McPnerson county.
Mrs. Peterson, of North Platte, is
visiting hor daughter, Mrs. E. R.
Send your worn-out enrpets to the
Lincoln Rug factory, Lincoln, Neb.
They will make thorn into rugs and pay
the freight both ways for thi regular
price. Thia oil'or is made rather than
nutting n solicitor in the territory.
Write for price-list nnd shipping tags.
Are Anxiously Awaiting
Will be in North Platte at
Pacific Hotel Saturday,
ONE DAY ONLY.
These aro tho Doctors you no doubt
have read nbout. While you may not
know them personally, you may know
them by reputation or through somo of
our noighbors, they hnve treated.
The remarkable success of these tal
ented physicians ',in the treatment of
chronic diseases has aroused much
enthusiasm in the Northwest.
This is said to be and no doubt is
truo, ono of tho most nblo specialists
organization of its kind in this section
of the country, and must be n success
ful ono from tho many good results
they aro getting.
Tho Associated Doctors, licensed by
tho stnto of Nobraska for tho treat
of deformities and nervous and chronic
diseases of men, women and children,
ofTor to nil who call on them, consul
tation, examination, and advico free.
It is especially requested that mar
ried ladies como with their husbands
and minors with their parents.
The namo, Associated Doctors, is
what it implies n union of specialists
twolvo in number that hnvo gotton to
gether for tho treatment of chronic and
norvous diseases. Not to bo understood
that thoy treat all diseases that tho hu
man body is heir to. They moan to bo
very caroful in selecting and taking
cases as they want good results, which
means good returns in tho way of their
patients recommending thorn to others.
Thoy eBtimato that over eighty per
n5i J3L & lit 1 M
We Have Plenty of Money
to Loan on Good Security.
We Have Helped Others, Can't We Help You?
McDonald State Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Summer Tourist Round- Trip Fares
to the Pacific Coast
From North Platte
Pacisic Coast Points,
From North Platte to Califor
nia and North Pacific Coast Tickets on
Points 30 inclusive;
From North Platte to Cali
fornia one-way via North
Pacific Coast Points i . .
Staudard Road of the West.
Now and Direct Route to Yellowstone National Park.
Protected byjAutomatic Electric Block Safety Signals Excel
lent Dining Cars on ALL Trains,
For additional information und Illustrated California and Pacific
cent of tho patients now coming to
them, como from recommendations of
those they have treated.
They do not treat any acute diseasos
whatever, ' their timo nnd attention
being devoted to such diseases as
Diseases of the stomach, intestines,
liver, blood, skin, nerves, heart, spleen,
kidnoys or bladder, rheumatism, scia
tica, diabetes, bedwetting, leg ulcers,
weak lungs and those nfllicted with
long stnnding, deep seated, chronic dis-l
enses, that have baflled the skill
of the family pjiysicians, should not
fail to call.
According to their system no more
operations for appendicitis, gall stones,
tumors, or goiter. Thoy wore among
the first in America to earn the namo
of tho "Bloodless Surgeons" by doing
nway with knife nnd with nil pnin in
tho successful treatment of those dan
BELOW AUG THE NAMES
of a few of tho mnny patients that
havo many good things to say for tho
Grace Munk, Dell Rapids, So. Dak.,
catarrh and deafness.
Mrs. O. G. Andorson, Mina, So. Dak.,
norvous and kidnoy trouble.
Mrs. John II. Kieser, Yankton, S. D.,
nearly dead with heart and kidney
troublo producing dropsy, was given
only a week to live in, short time under
thoir treatmont was doing somo of her
John Gerlach, Agar, S. D., old sore
Bort Clark, Selby, S. Dak., so pleased
with Associated Doctors troatment,
brought his father in for treatment.
Mrs. Frank Gray, Hazolton, N. Dak.,
catarrh of Btomach, general debility.
Anton DoYoung, ABhton, S. Dak.,
rheumatism, writes ho is doing.fine.
Mrs. Sherman Vann, Huron, S. Dak.,
feels that sho has struck tho right
doctors this timo. v
Mrs. J. L. Hall, Hot Springs, S. Dak.,
writes she is doing nicely under their
Mrs. Ben McBrido, Wagner, S. Dak.,
catarrh of stomach.
Many others that space will not permit.
Boxes for Rent.
w. h. Mcdonald,
Cashier and Vice-Prcst.
Tickets on sale to California April 27,
to May 3; final return limit June 27:
June 12 to 20; final return limit August
12; August 20 to September 5; final re
turn limit October 31.
Tickets on sale to North Pncific Const
Points May 15, 1G and 1G; final return
limit July 12. May 27 and 28 and June
3 to 7; final return limit July 27. June
27 to July 5; final return limit August
27. July 11 and 12; final return limit
September 11. October 12, 14 and 15;
return limit November 13.Wj.. .
Tickets en sale April 27 to May 3;
final return limit June 27. May 15 tol7:
final limit July 15. May 27 and 28 nnd
June 3 to G; final return limit July 27.
June 12 to 20; final return limit August
12. June 27 to July 5; final return Aug
ust 27. July 11-12; final return limit
September 11; August 29 to Septem
ber b; tmai return limit
31. October 12, 14 nnd 15;
turn limit November 15.
sale June 1
Tickets on sale same dates and with
flame ,imit8 at ?G0 fare"
Northwest book, call on or address
F. E. BULLARD, Agent.
RICHARD N. MOORE,
Medically Examined Masseur.
Physical Culture, Form Development.
ALxlomonnl Reduction, Inspiratory
and Sweodish Movement.
Home Treatment .
Thone 537 201 E 3rd St.
We make a specialty of
Dairy Products and can
furnish the bes.t in large
or small quantities direct
from our own Dairy Farm
.Phone your order in
and it will be delivered.
Send Us Your Shipments of
Grain and Hay
Wo pay the top market. Threo cou
pons free with returns on each car of
nay you ship us to handle for your ac
count. Fifteen coupons and $3.50 in
cash will secure for your homo an elo
gnnt 42-Piece Royal Blue Dinner
Set worth $10.00.
Consign your hay to us nnd please
tho Iadie8,3nd, also get a good price for
Our Motto: Fair treatment and
Sample of tho quality of these dishes
can bo seen at tho ofiice of tho Semi
Weekly Tribuno. v
The F. C. Ayres Mer. Co.,
20th and Wazeo Streets,
We Stand Alone
When it come to fine plumbing appur
tenances nnd high clnss work. May bo
n bit egotistical to say so, but its true.
Just visit the best homes nnd offices
in the city and there's where
You See Our Plumbing.
It's neither cheap nor dear. It's
worth just what we charged. Wo do
splendid cheap jobs with plnin goods.
Higher price jobs demand more orna
ment. Try us. You'll bo satisfied and
R. F. STUART.
Shop Phone 3G9. Res. Phono C83
217 East Sixth Streot.
THERE IS ENJOYMENT
In smoking our cignrs, first because
they are made of the best leaf tobacco,
second becuase they are hnnd-mnde
and last because we put bettor tobacco
in our nickle cigar than some manu
facturers do in ten-centers. We know
wo make a good cigar; hundred of
smokers in North Platte know it, but
hundreds of others ought to know it
Patronize home industry.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
) Water Meters.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Sealed bids will be received at the
ofiice of the pity clerk of the city of
North Platte, Nebraska, up until 5 p.
m. of the 7th day of May, 1912, for
furnishing 500 water meters to the city
of North Platte.
Bidders will be given an opportunity
to demonstrate their various meters to
the mayor and city council and to sub
mit their own propositions as to terms
of payment, the city reserving the
right to reject any or all bids or to ac
cept any one which may be deemed
most advantageous to the city.
By order of mayor and city council.
Dated North Platte, Neb., April 2Gth
1912. Chas. F. Temple,
To Whom it Mny Concern :-
Notice is hereby given that the mnyor
nnd city council will hold n special
meeting, beginning at the hour of 8:00
o'clock p. m., (Central time) Tuesday,
May 7th, 1912, in the council chamber
for the purpose of making assessments
and tho levying of taxes for tho con
struction of sidewalks built by the city
nlong tho followingdescribed property:
South side of lots 7, 8 and 9, block 19,
of tho North Platte Town Lot Com
pany's Addition; walk 4 ft. wide and
144 ft. long, making 576 sq. ft., at 11
cents per ft., $03.30.
West side of lot 5, block 179, walk 4
ft. wide and 149 ft. long, 596 sq. ft. at
11 cents a ft, 5565.56.
South side of lot 4, block 2, Bank's
Addition; walk 4 ft. wide, 17 ft. long,
68 sq. ft., at 11 cents a ft., $7.48.
South side of lot 8, block 175; cement
brick walk, 4 ft. wide, 44 ft. long, 176
sq. ft., at 9 cents a ft., $15.84.
East side of lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, block
3, South Pnrk Addition; walk 4 ft. wide,
28G ft. long, 1144 sq. ft. at 11 cents per
On the East side of lot 1, block 6,
Bank's Addition, a strip 6 ft. long, 6 ft.
wide, making 3G sq. ft., at 11 cents por
East side of lot 8, block 50, walk 4 ft.
wide, 136 ft. long, 5-14 sq. ft., at 11 cents
per ft., $59.84.
Five yards of Band for filling, nt 75
cents per yd., S3. 75.
A strip 14 ft. long on the east side of
the Nfci corner or DlocK o, boutn favK
Addition, walk 4 ft. wide, 14 ft. long,
56 sq. ft., at 11 cents per ft., $6.16.
In addition io tho above amounts, in
terest and advertising fees wjll bo
All persons interested will file their
objections, if any they have, to the as
sessing of taxes against the above de
scribed property and for the above de
scribed purpose on or before 8:00
o'clock p. m., Tuesday, May 7th, 1912,
aB above stated for said meeting.
Charles F. Temple, City Clerk.
In the County Court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska. April IB, 11)12.
In tbo matter of the estato of ICatle
Notice Is hereby given, that tho creditors
of said docoasod will meot tho Admlnls
tratorof said estato. before the County Judgo
of Lincoln county, Nobraska, at tho county
court room In said county, on the 20th day of
May. 1012. and on the 20th day of Nov.
1012, ato o'clock a. ni. each day, for tho pur
pose of prosonttng thelrclalms for examina
tion, adjustment and allowance. Six months
are allowed for creditors to prosont their
claims and one year for tho AdruinlHtrator to
settle said estato, from tho ItJth day of
April. 1012. A cony of this order to be pub
lished In tho North Platte Tribuno a soml
weekly newspaper of said county for four
successive weeks prior to bald day of
a'23-4 JOHN ORANT. County Judge
In tho county court of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, April 16, 1912.
In Uio matter of tho estato of Christian Mar
Notice is hereby given, that the creditors of
Buid dcccaicd will meet the administrator of
said estate, beforo the County Judge of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, at tho county court room, in
said county, on tho '20th day of May, 1912, and on
the 20th day of November. 1912. at 'J o'clock a. m.
each day, for the purpose of presenting their
claims, for examination, adjustment ana allow
ance. Six months aro allowed for tho creditors
to present their claims, and ono year for the ad
ministrator to setUe said estate, from the 16th
day of April, 1912. A notice of this order to bo
published In the North Platto Tribune, a semi
weekly newspaper of said 'county for four suc
cessive weeks prior to said day of hearing.
a23-4 JOHN GRANT, County Judge.
Frozen from water pumped from
a good depth, and the lake has
been re-cemented thus insuring
the best nnd purest ice possible
Price 50 Cents
Per 100 Lbs.
We solicit your orders and insure
L. W. EDIS.
Bull for Trade.
A good registered Short Horn bull
to exchange for another as good, or for
sale. Weight 2000 pounds, age five
years, color red ronn.
2o8 EXPERIMENTAL SUBSTATION
Referee's Sale. j
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of sale issued to me by the
district court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, on tho 20th day of Dec, 1911,
in an action therein pending, wherein
Olivers Christian and David E. Martin
are plaintiffs and Claude H. Reed,
also known as C. H. Reed, is de
fendant, and also an additional and"
and supplemental order issued to me by
the district court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, on the 11th day of April,
1912. in said action, I will on the 8th
day of June, 1912. at tho hour of 1
o'clock p. m. of said day at the east
front door of the court house in the
city of North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, the following described
land, towit: The east one-half and the
south-west quarter of section twenty
five in township fifteen, north of rnnge
thirty-three west of the 6th P. M. ; and
also all of section twenty-nine and the
west one-half and the north-east quar
ter of section thirty in township fif
teen north of range thirty-two west of
the 6th P. M. : all in Lincoln county.
Nebraska; also sixteen school land
leases, made by the state of Nebraska,
on the 14th day of August, 1897, for a
term of twenty-five years, from Jan.
1st, 1898, for tho following state school
lands, to-wit: all of section thirty-six
in township fifteen, north of range
thirty-three, west of 6th P. M. in Lin
coln county, Nebraska, and of the in
terests created by said leases in said
land, and the improvements thereon,
each of said leases covering forty-acres
of said section thirty-six; all of the
above described real estate and school
land leases will bo offered for sale in
quarter section tracts, and at the
same timo all of the above described
real estate and school land 'leases will
be offered for sale as one tract, nnd
the bid or bids will be accepted which
will amount to the greater sum.
The terms of said sale will bo one
fourth cash on day of sale; the balance
on March 1st, 1913, on which date the
premises will be conveyed and deliv
ered to the purchnser or purchasers.
Dated this 27th dav of April, 1912.
W. T. WILCOX, Referee.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Sealed Bids will be received at the
ofiice of the city clerk of the city of
North Platte, Nebraska, up until 5 p.
m. of the 7th day of May, 1912, for the
furnishing of one honzonal return
tubular boiler, 60 inches in diameter by
16 feet long, suitable for a working of
pressure of 125 pounds, in accordance
with the plans nnd specifications on
file in tho office of the city clerk of
North Platte, Nebraska. Specifica
tions can be obtained from the city
clerk or water commissioner of North
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check for 10 per cent of the
amount bid, made payable to the order
of tho city treasurer of said city, to be
forfeited to said city in tho event said
successful bidder shall fail to enter
into a contract according to hisbid and
specifications within ten (10) days after
award of same. J
Approximate estimate of cost of said
boiler is eight hundred dollars ($800).
The city reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
By order of mayor and city council.
Dated at North Platte, Neb., April
Chas. F. Temple,
NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION
Serial No. 02578.
Department of tho Interior,
D. S. Land Ollico at North Piatt-. Nob.
Mar. 10. 1912
Notlco Is horoby t?lven that Uonry
Doebku.ot Nortli Platte. Neb., who. on Aug
r2,lOO.",mad homestead entry No. 21322. serial
No. 02&78 for SH Pec. 22. Town 15. N, Ranee
31 W. of tho flth Principal Meridian, has
Hied notlco of Intention to make dual live
year proof, to establish claim to tbo land
above described, boforo tho Register and Re
ceiver at North Platto, Nebraska, on tho 14th
day of May, 1012.
Claimant names as witnesses: James
Ilechan, Hugh Gaunt, George Macombor and
David Macombor, all ot North Platte, Nob.
rn!-8 J.E. Evans. Register.
By vlrtuo of an order of sale Issued bv Ceo.
C. Prosser, clerk of tho district court in and for
Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a judgment rcn
ftnw1 In aoi'il unni-t In untlnn iitliaHilm W
J. Hnmer is plaintiff and Guy Runnels and et nl'
are defendants, I havo levied upon tho following
described real estato as tho property of the said
defendants towit: The northeast quarter of sec
tion (6) bIx, township (16) sixteen, range (26),
twenty-six, in Lincoln county, Nebraska, I will on
the 4th day of May, 1912, at one o'clock on Enid
day at the cast front door of tho court house In
Bald county sell said real estate nt public auction
to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy said order
of Balo and the amount duo thereon together with
costs und accruing costs.
Dated North Platte, Neb., Mar. 30th. 1912.
A. J. Salisbury, Sheriff.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.
Tho State of Nobraska, Lincoln County, ss
In tho County Court.
In tho Matter of tho Estato of Mary
E. Dudley, Deceasod.
To tho creditors, heirs legatees and others
Interested In tho estato of Mary E. Dudloy,
Tako notlco. that Lorenzo llrlttlngham, ad.
ralnlstrator, has filed In tbo county court a
report of his doings as administrator ot
said estato and It Is ordered that tho
samo stand for hearing tho 6th day ot
.May, A. D. 1912, boforo tho court
at tho hour ot 0 o'clock, a. ra., at which time
any person Interested may appear and except
to and contest tho samo, And notlco of this
proceeding Is ordered glvon In tho North
Platto Tribuno, a legal seml-wookly news
paper published In said county for threo
successlvo weeks prior to said date of
Witness my hand and tbo seal of tbo coun
ty court at North Platto. in said county,
this 18th day of April. A. D. 1012.
rl8-8 JQllU, GRANT. County Judre.
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