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Semi - Weekly Tribune
Ira L. Bare, Editor nnd Publiihcr.
Ono Year by Mail in advance .25
Ono Year by uarnor in nnvonco. .
Entered at North Platte. Nebraska, Post
oflke as Swonil Class Matter.
FR1DAV, FEB. 7. 1913.
Friday, February 7
Supported by Miss Adelln Nickerson
and a Splendid Company, in his New Play
Tho present legislature broke nil rec
ords in tho number of bills introduced,
the total in the senate reaching -157 nnd
in tho house tho total was 872. Only n
small per cent of those bills will bo en
acted Into laws.
No real estate agents in Nebraska
are going to maka the peoplo rich or
pull off any other stunts without first
having seeurcd n license from the secre
tary of stato to do ao, provided tho bill
introducod in tho house by Orr of Ham
ilton gets through. Mr. Orr would
have tho real estate man secure n
licence from tho secretary of state by
paying n $100 fee and swearing ho is
obeying all tho luwa ho should obey.
Then ho may go to it.
A bill introduced in the legislature at
the reques't of Mayor Jim Dahlman of
Omaha repeals the eight o'clock closing
hour for saloon in towns of 5,000 or
over. It is no' probable that this bill
will be seriously entertained by tho leg
islature; at least wo hopo not For sev
eral years prior to the enactmontof the
eight o'clock law, Tho Tribuno advoca
ted the early closing of saloons, and the
effect heVo in North Platte has boen
auch as to convince nil that tho law ia a
good ona. Tho law ia satisfactory to a
majority of the saloon keepers, and we
question If many of thorn outside of
Omaha are really anxious to havo it re
pealed. Anent tho recont article in thoso
columns on prizo fighting, the following
is taken from the Grand Island Indo
pondont: As tho result of tho doalh of
her husband in n boxing contest in
Texas, n widow in that atato has just
secured a iudgmont against tho ro-
nt.ira nt h ovoiit nnd tho owners of
tho hall in which it woo held for some
thing over $10,000. Tho boxing con
test which in nlno cases out of ten
unless tho event ia a betting frame-up
is only tho evasive nnmo for prizo
fighting and is prohibited by law, as in
this stato. It is for this reason -not
only tho civil liability but undoubtedly
also criminal liability in n caso of that
kindthat tho ownora of the boat halls
f a cltv aro disinclined to lot it for
such purposes. It Is to be said to the
credit of both the Bortenbach and the
Liedorkrnnz tlutt, whilo not ot iectlng
to a wrestling match, tho mamifcement
will nqt lot Uio hall for prizo fighting.
Sonator Norris Brown has mado Ne
braska famous in a now way. Sinco
ho is tho father of tho incomo tax
amendment resolution, nnd tho amend
ment yesterday received tho last voto
of tho two-thirds of all tho states nec
essary, tho national constitution lias
been amended so us to make nn in
come tax possible. Mr. Brown dc
servds and will undoubtedly recclvo
the hearty fellcitntloiis of his follow
men as it is big uchiovoment a
good monumunt to his work in the
senate. Tno income tax that will fol
low will foriivor bo a memento of his
incumbency. And that un income tax
in needed, In order to provido a mora
just ind equitable distribution of tho
growing burden of government, is no
longer in tho sphoro of dispute. Ab
the attorney general of Nebraska Hon.
Norris Brown won an important vic
tory for tho people In compelling tho
railroads to pay tholr taxes and in de
fending, in tho courts sovoral other
state prpjjrqssivo measures, at that
time only rocontly enacted. As
United States senator ho has now this
groat achievement for entry upon tho
credit side of his ledgor. Nebraska
will be retains in her duty If sho shall
not say, upon his retirement from tho
senate a few weeks honco: "Well
done, thou good Hnd faithful servant."
Ilcrthey People Would Abolish
Tho Lincoln Journal Bays: Senator
Hougland of Lincoln county has it
carved petition from the town of
Ilerehoy usking for n drastic law
against lobbying In any form oxcopt by
. Pitltion, ono form of lobbying
fhn eonstltution says shall never be
denied. Tho petition Is signed by W.
E. Vaughan nnd many farmers nnd
business men at Horshoy. Senator
pie Right of Way"
A High Class Attraction.
I The North Platte
School of Music
Sir Gilbert Parker's Wonderful Story
Dramatized by Eugene Presbrey.
Wonderful Electrical Effects
and Elegant Costumes.
A Guaranteed Attraction. Crowded Houses Everywhere.
Secure your senta early now on salo at box office.
Prices $1.00, 7Sc and SO Cents
THE PAX ACE CAFE
Offors torosidents of, and visitors to, North Platto, tho most
finely appointed sorvico in Western Nebraska, and with this
is a menu that cannot bo excelled for tho price Regular
means are served and short orders can bo obtained any
hour day or night.
THE PALACE CAFE,
Oppot ite U. P. Depot.
The University School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
All the principal branches of Ap
plied and Theoretical Music taught by
Address nil innuiriea to 122 W. Front
street or phone IJIncK.jp41.
Office phono 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bnnk Building.
Dty. Iedfield tydfield,
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILE'S J. REDF1ELD, Surjreon.
JOE B. ItEDFIELD, Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
I" Wl Hjpll. HMWlMPBI MMIW II " ..IH.IIIIH I Hill
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Meeta 2nd nnd 4th - Thursdny of ovcry
mnntU nf Mnannln ITnll lit. 7:30 tl. m.
DR. HARRY MITCHELL
Telephone Red 450 DOOM Dewey St.
North Plntte, Nebraska.
The leading Live Stock and Geu
eral Form Soles Auctioneer in
Western Nebraska is
T- F. "WATTS.
Phono Rod 030.
The Old Reliable
When your clothes need pressing,
cleaning nnd repairing, lot tho Old Ro
liablo Tailor do it-and do it right Wo
have been doing this work in North
Platto for thirty years, know how to
do it and do it tno way it should bo
That means satisfaction to you.
F. J. BROEKER.
Entrance north of tho Nyal drug store.
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES. J
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
Doctors Ames & Ames,
'(: Physicians and Suraeons,
Office over Stono Drug Co.
tn. IO1UC0 273
( Residence 273 6
V r r "
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Homeopathic Physician andSurgeon
5 Hospital accommodations, Medical and
g surgical attention given obstetrical cases.
S Olllco Phone 183 Res. Phono 23
Ofllco McDonald Stale Rank Hld'g
fc. i If flTjF
a ass aeaacosscseaaese (
further states that log rolling, lobby
ing or solleiting in tho city of Lincoln
during a session of the legislature of
any member thoreof shall bo punished
by a fino of $10,000 or imprisonment in
tho ponijontiarylfrom one to fivo yoars,
and f,or n second offense the porion
convicted shall bo deprived of citizen
ship and the right to hold office.
Strike Vote Known Next Week.
Tho result of tho striko voto beinp.
taken by the brotherhood of firemen
and onginomon on the road cast of
Chicago will not bo known until
about February 10, according to a state
ment by brotherhood officials. When
the result of tho vote is made known a
committoe representing the men' will
endeavor to persuade tho manngors to
grant their domands. Neither eido
shows Bigns of recoding on tho the chief
point of difference, the method of ar
bitration. Tho firemen want arbitra
tion under tho Erdman act, which
would mean a committee of three whilo
the managers want a 'commission
sufficiently largo and representative to
o Hidernll questions in dispute."
Tho managers issued a statement ac
knowledging that the striko voto of the
men probably would ba favorable to n
strike, but pointing out the concessions
offered tho firemen and outlining the
probablo result of a strike on the fifty
thousand milos of railrouds.
B. D. Mooney, of Kansas City, is the
guest of his brother Frank Mooney
J. F. Clabnugh who had boen pur
chasing goods in Chicago, came home
vttfciif-'fciiuM -it;4-St t'X'fc-''-.
GEO. B. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon, f
3 Office over McDonald Bank. 5
Phone8 Residence 115
Harry Logakis will tako notice that
on tho 27th day of January 1913. P. H.
Sullivan, a justico of the peace, of
North Platto, precinct No. 1 Lincoln
county, Nebraska, issued an order of
attachment for tho sum of $52.40 in an
action pending before him, wherein
John C. Den is plnintiff nnd Harry
Legakis is dofendant, that property con
sis g i i 'ni- hun i- "1 the
Union Pacific railroad company, n
corporation has been attached under
Said cnuso was continued until ' the
23nd day of March, 1913, nt two o'clock
Dnted North Platte, Neb.. Feb. Gth.
1913. John C. Den,
Truth is Stranger than Fiction.
It is n saving that holds god in the
drnmutlc world as woll as in any ether
department of life. Often truth nnd
fiction aro so interwoven that is impos
si to determine where ono ends and
the other commences. In the rolo of
Charley Stcelo.in "The Right of Way"
tiiiM thought is exemplified very cleorly.
Charley received a blow on the head in
a river tavern where ho was, drinking
brandy. This blow deprives him of his
memory nnd for three years ho lives an
entirely new lifo in a now world. At
the end of that timo a surgical opera
tion restores his memory and he in
stanstly continues speaking the un
finished Bentonce which wns interrupted
threo years before by the blow. Any
surgeon of exporlonco can tell you of
liko instances in real life. That is why
"The Right of Way" Is so intensely in
teresting; because it is n powerful tale
of living, breathing, pulsating, modorn
A. splendid scenic production of this
play will bo brought by Sanford Dodge
nnd his talented company, to the Keith
this Friday evening.
By virtuo of an order of sale issued
in tho district court in and for Lincoln
county, Nebraska, on the 31st day of
January, 1913, in an action or partition
whorein Francis I. Nightingale is plain
tiir and Roy C. Nightingale, Raymond
A. Nightingale, a minor. Zena Olivo
Snider and Marion I. Snider, her hus
band and William Smith, are defen
dant, I will sell at publie auction at
tho east front door of tho court house in
the city of North Platte, Liucoln county,
Nobrnskn, on the 8th day of March,
1913, nt the hour of ono o'clock p. m.,
the following described real estate,
situate in Lincoln county, Nebraska, to
wn: west nnit of northwest quarter
and west half of southwest quartor of
section 2t, township 9, rango 30, west
of the Gth p. rn,
Tho terms of said sale will be cash in
Dated nt North Platte. Nebraska,
this 3lBt day of January, 191.1.
f4-5 O. E. Elder, Referee.
In tho matter of tho estate of Michael Albert
In tho county court of Lincoln county, No
LrnBka, Jnnunry. 24, 1913.
Notice Is hereby given, that the creditors of
said decensed will meet tho administrator of said
estate before the county judgo of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, nt the county court room, In said
county, on tho 26th day of Feb., 1913, nnd on tho
Zotli day of Auir., 1913, at 0 o'clock a. m. each day.
lor tno purpose or presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allowance. Six
months aro allowed for creditors to present their
claims, nnd ono year for tho administrator to
settle said estate, from the 21th day of Feb.
1913. A copy of this order to be published In tho
North Platte Tribune, n legal semi-woekly news
paper published in said county for four successive
weeks prior to February 25, 1913.
J28-4 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
with cigars mado by Schmalzried, and
you will always bo a friend to them.
In their making only the best tobacco
is used, they are well made, and always
give satisfaction. Wo carry a full lino
of tobaccos and smoke,ra' articles.
J. F. SCrirtULZRIED.
The Maker of Good Cigars.
Ho&KlunU ito.oL's to introduce a bill
c mbndyintf tin- main feature of tho
pUtton nn-i i' i becomes a law lobby-,
Un guilty nf I'V rolling, 'upon convic
tion, mnj It." imprisonod in tho pon
'ontlnr. Tho pi'niKin rocelvod by Senator
Ilojifeliin'l " Unit it be mado, unlaw
ful for nnv pvr ns living In this state
Local and Personal.
Mrs. P. E. Lloyd went to Ogalalla
which ' Wednesday afternoon.
My property at 323 W. 8th strsot for
aalo Geo. S. Baskins.
Mrs. Harriot Gibson of the Wilcox
store is ill with the mumps.
ORDER OF HEARING O.V i ! ..x$OU FOR AP
STRATION. In the County Court.
In the matter nf the estate of Byron L.
The StHto of Nebraska, Lincoln County, M.
On reading and HIiiil- tho uiltlmi nt aiimH
Robinson, praying that regular administration of
said estatu tnay be waived as provided by Sec
tions 5802, 3. 4. 5. G, Cobbey's Statute or 1911.
Ordered. That Feb. 25. 1913. at 9 o'clock In the
forenoon Is asjlrncd for hcarinz said pctitkm.when
all persons Interested In said matter may appear
at a county court to be heW In and for said
county, and show cause why prayer of petitioner
should not bo grants.
This order to bo printed for three successive
weeks In the North Platte Tribuno a legal semi
weekly newspaper Qubltshed In Lincoln county.
Nebraska, prior to Feb. 25. 1913.
f3-3 JOHN GRANT, County Judge,
The Kind of Clothes
Custom made Suit
thn il,i 1 States to solicit unv
nro.rfrthUBl9Utuwfor his voto Wednesday morning by tho Illness of
or inUHvnen rr tno passago o , miy
lull. irxSoDt by vpstltlon. Nothing is
Lem TBalley rorurned a few days ago
from a business visit in Omaha.
Guy Swopo has been 111 for n week
past with an attack of nppondlcitis.
Mr. and Mrs, Edward Jensen went to
Portland Wednesday evening to locate.
Flf toon pupils In one of thu grades of
the city scliooli aro III with tho mumps.
Druco Browmwos called to Denver
Thomas Mathors returned Wednesday
Bring In your harness and
saddles and have them fixed
up and oiled. Spring rush
will soon be here and your
harness will not be in repair.
Bring thorn in soon and give
us a trial,
Forstedt & Sheedy
m& in tf i)"titljn about tho evil of evening
." tin ! . rs to defeat a bill. It Sterling.
from a business visit in
Of the Best Quality.
W. T. ALDEN, Salesman
Tailor made Suit.
$26 to $47
over McDonald Dank.
Have You Plumbing Troubles?
Is there need for repairs every few
days? Is your bathroom modern and
luxuriantly comfortable? Are the
kitchen arrangements eonveniont and
sanitary? If not.
Send For Our Plumber.
Not only nre we experts at repair
work, but there will be littlo need for
repairs if we install your plumbing.
You'll be surprised atour fair estimates
if. you 'talK price" with us.
R. F. STUART,
Shop Phone G9. Res. Phone 683
Corner bixthand Locust.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, Lincoln county, ss.
In the County Court.
In the matter of tho estate of Curl E.
To the creditors, heirs, legatees, and others In
terested in tho estate of Carl JZ- SchneiTer.
Take notice, that WJ H. Munger. Jr..
has filed in the county 'court n report of
his doings as administrator of Carl E.
SchaelTer estate, and It Is ordered that
the same stand for henrlntc tho 18th day
of February, A. D., 1913, before tho court
nt the hour of 9 o'clock, a, m., at-which tlmo any '
person interested may appear and except to and
contest the same. And notice of this proceeding Is
ordered Riven In the North Platte Tribune, a
semi-weekly newspaper, printed In said county
for three successive weeks prior to said date of
hearing, February 18, 1913.
Witness my hand and tho seal of tho county
court at North Platte, Nebraska, this 25th oay of
Jan. A. D 1913.
j28-3 .IOUN GRANT. County Judgo.
By virtue of an order of salo issued from tho
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
a degree of foreclosure rendered in said court
wherein Lincoln county Land Company, a corpor
ation is plaintiff, and Viola A. Brodtno
et al are defendants, and to me directed I
will on the 21th day of February, 1913, at 2
o'clock p. m., at the east front door of the court
house In North Platte, Lincoln county, Ne
braska, sell at public auction to tho highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree. Interest
and costs, tho following described property
to-wlt: northeast quarter (neM) and tho south
one-half (sM) of section twenty-one (21), town
ship ten (10), range twenty-nine (29) west of
tho 6th P, M. In Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte, Neb., Jan. 20. 1913.
J22-6 A. J. SALISBURY. Sheriff,
in' House of Good Show I HI
When in North Piaffe.
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matinee Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
R. E. LOUDEN
Twenty-fiva years experience. Satis
faction guaranteed. See or write mo
m'chfO' 320 E. 11th St. North Platte
Tho school district of the city of
North Platte, in tho county of Lincoln,
stato of Nobrnskn.
Sealed bids will be recoived by the
undersigned secretary of tho school
district of tho city of North Platte, in
the county of Lincoln, state of Ne
braska, until G o'clock p. m. 17th day
of February, 1913,for $20,000,00 regis
tered school bonds of said district.
Said bonds will be issued in denom
inations of $1,000.00 each, numbered
from ono to twenty inclusive dated
April 1st, 1913, mature twenty years
from dote but payablo at tho option of
tno district alter ten years.
Bonds will bear five (5) per cent
intorcst payablo semi-annually, on
April 1st and Octobor 1st at the I'iscal
Agency of the stato of Nebraska, New
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified chock for $500.00 mado pay
ablo to F. L. Moonoy, treasurer of said
district. Tho right is reserved to re
ject any or nil bids.
Dono by order of the Board of Edu
cation this Gth day January 1913.
A. F. Stbeitz, Secretory.
Established In 1871.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop Corner Gth nnd Vine Streets
NORTH PLATTE, NED.
JR. D. Thomson.
Oldest Bank In Lincoln County
Norh Platte, Nebr.
W. S.llclt Your Busln.ss.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 078(1.
Departtnontof tio Intorlor
U. B. Land Olllco at North Platto. Nub.
Jan .25th. ll'tt.
Notice la hereby el von that Will O. Mastori.
of North Platte, Noli,, who. on November
7th. IWS, made Homestead Entry Mortal
No. 07$, for U"U, Hoc SKI. Township l'i.
north. KtnceSS W . 0th Principal Meridian,
has llluu notion of Intention to mnkotlnal
throo year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, bufnro Ueclstcr and
ltoculver, at North Platte, Mil., on tho 2fttli
dayot March. 1913.
Claimant natniu as wllnossoss Carl
Ilroeder. John Kowlcr. llimh HotiKur and Will
UimUir.aH of North Platto. Nebr
J.io J. K. Evans. Hoi: Is tor.
To Gooi-ro Herbert llox and Gcorirlna M. II,
Ilox, his wife, non-rusldent defendnnL.
You and t-nch nf you will hereby take notice,
that Isale 8. Gaudreault. plnlntlir, llled his peti
tion In tho district court of Lincoln county.
Nebraska, against you and each of ou In a suit
in which you aro impleaded with Wtlllleet Iteul
Kstato nnd Improvement Company, a corporation,
the object and and pruvr of which petition nro
touulut In tho plalntilf nitalnst you, tltlotulho
following described lands situata In Lincoln
county, Nebraska . to-wlt: I.ots 7 nnd
Hand tho Kouth half of lot 0, In block 7, of tho
oriarlnal town of Wellllcot, Nebraska, and mora
particularly to quiet tlt)o axninst u certain quit
claim deed mado and executed by you to lot 7 and
thu south hair nf lot 0 In said block 7, on Junu 8U,
1907, to ono C. K. Hicks and to euro certain appar
out dofticta therein and particularly In tho ac
You and each of you will make answer to mild
petition on or berora in am tiay ot Marcu, ivia,
or your respective defaults will Ims taken.
Dated nt North Platte, Nebraska. January
Isaik S. Gai'Dhkaui.t, Plnlntlir.
jil-1 lly II. E. Evans, his Attorney.
To Charity iMiller nnd Miller,
her husband, first and real name un
known, Benjamin Ball end Boll his
wife, first and real name unknown,
Joseph Ball and Ball, his wife,
Iirst and real name unknown, Joseph
Sells and Sells, his wife, first and
real name unknown, John Sells nnd
I Sells, his wife, first nnd real name
unknown, Ella Sells, Addie Sells nnd
May Davis, nee Sells, nnd Davis,
her husband, first and real name un
known, Rosanna Armstrong, nee Ball,
and Armstrong, her husband, first
nnd real name unknown, Worthington
Balland Bail, his wife, first and rnnl
name unknown, Bertha Savage and -
Savage, her husband, first and real
name unknown, Amelia Wilkins and
Wilkins, her hiiBband, first and
real name unknown and Floronco
Shepard: You and each of you are here
by notified that you have been sued in
the district court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, together with Thomas Ball
and Ball, his wife, first and real
namo unknown, Alma Stevens and
- Stevens, her husband, first and
roal name unknown, by Hezekioh
Ramsoy, Plaintiff, the object nnd
prayer of the petition filed therein
being to duiet and confirm in the
plaintiff title and possession against you
and eaeli of you in and to an undivided
one-half interest in the following des
cribed lands situate in Lincoln county,
Nebraska, to-wit: .A portion of lot
"I" of the County Clork's subdivi
sion of part of the northwest quar
ter of section 33, township 14, range
80. west of the Gth P. M., des
cribed 3 follows: Commencing at tho
northeast corner of said lot "I," thence
west from said northeast corr.or 10 de
grees north 220 feet west; thence south
10 degrees west 198 feet; thence east
10 degrees south 88 feet; thenco north
10 degrees cast 132 feet; thence east 10
degrees south 132 feet; thence north
along tho east line of Lot ,,I" GG feet
to tho place of beginning, owned by tho
plaintiff under and by virtue of a deed
thereto from one Georgo H. Woodword
and further to have the estates and shares
of the defendants or so many of them
ac tho court may find entitled to sharo
therein as the heirs of Elizabeth
Ramsey, deceased, confirmed and set
aside the remaining undivided one half
interest in said property of which
Elizabeth Ramsey died seized in fee, the
same to be confirmed and set aside to
the plaintiff and tho defendants or so
many of them ns may be found entitled
to share therein as the sole heirs at law
of said Elizabeth Ramsoy. deceased, and
to have all of said described property
partitioned to the plaintiff and the de
fendants as their estates therein shall
be confirmed by the court, nnd for such
other and further relief as justiee and
equity may require.
You and each of you will make
answer to said petition on or before the
24th dny of February, 1913, or decree
will be taken as in said petition prayed.
Dated at North Platte. Nebraska.
January 10th, 1913.
Hezkkiah Ramsey, Plaintiff,
By E. H. Evans, His Attorney, j 14-4
Horlal No. 01JK3.
NOTICE K OK PlMILlOATION
ItKPAllTMMNT Or THIS INTHllIOH.
United Htatos Land Olllco.
At North Platto, Nebraska. Dec 4.1012.
Notion In horoby trlvon that .Toneph
A Knajill of North Platto Nob., who tin
Auimat 80. 100'J, , mado hoiuontoad entry
Horlkl No 0I2KI for all or
Kocllon 31, Town in N., ltanireSO W.. of tho
nth Principal Murhllan, haw tiled notice ot In
tuntlnn to inakn Dual thrmi rear
immr. to OHtahllhli ulalin to tho land above
rloxcrlbod. buforu the rctrlstor and recolrer
at North Platte, Nobraslta. on tho 6th day
ot February, IVI3.
Claimant n anion as vrltnoisoat Casper
V. Hlvlta, Kdwln WrlshU Itupert
Hohwatifor and William I. HlvlK all nf North
OHM) John U, Evans Itcituter.
ROB.. rr .
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