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TUESDAY, MARCH 18. 19 1 3.
The Cily Ticket.
Tho ticket nominated by tho non
partisan mass meeting Thursday even
ing and sinco endorsed by both the
democratic nnd republican conventions
is, viewed from all angles, a splendid
ono, and one that will commend itself
to all who favor a progressive yet
economical administration of city
affairs. Whilo the ticket is composed
of the younger business nnd professional
clement of our citizenship, thoy
have demonstrated their ability to do
well for themselves, and being con
scientious men, they will apply tho
Bamo vigor and samo ability to tho con
duct of city business.
For Mayor Everett II. Evans, born
and reared in North Platte, was se
lected, and It is not flattery to say that
ho is one of North Platte's most lovol
hendod men. He is progressive but not
extravagant in his views and desires;
firm in bis convictions but not unreas
onable; fair and impartial, and as
mayor will demand that tho city re
ceive full vaiuo for every dollar it
The nomlnoes for clerk, treasurer
nnd water commissioner C. F. Tomplo,
F. L. Mooney and Horshoy Wolch,
respectively, aro tho presont incum
bents of thoao offices. Thoy havo per
formed their duties faithfully and well,
und their good work entitles them to
tho votes of all.
For councilmcn tho nominees are
Albert Schatz in the First; M. E.
Crosby nnd Dr. L. (J. DrosMn tho Sec
ond; J H. Stone in the Third, and
Tboodoro Lowo, Jr.. in tho Fourth.
These men nro all "live wires," all con
nected with tho professional und busi
ness lifo of tho city, all havo been
among us for years, wo know them
woll and we havo confidence in their
Ability and integrity.
A. F, Stroitz, tho present secretary
of thobonrd. and Dr. W.J. Rodfield
were selected as candidates for members
of tho board of education. Both nro
educated mon; they are deoply inter
ested In tho wolfaro of our schools.
and no better selections could havo boon
Cortainly this, non-partisan ticket is
mndo up of representative men; in fact
difficult indeed would it ho to gather a
mora desirable lot of candidates.
Republicans and Democrats Endorse,
Tho democratic cjty convention met
in adjourned session Friday evening and
unanimously endorsed tho tickot nomi
nated by tho non-partisan mass meeting
Thursday evening. Tho republican con
vention also met Friday oyening, but
on account of tho severe storm there;
was n small attendance and nn adjourn
ment was taken to Saturday ovoning.
At this hitter tlmo the non-purtisan
tickot was endorsed by a voto of forty-,
nino to twenty-two.
Two Men Badly Frosted.
W, A. Foyo, who lives on tho Blank
onburg ranch at Gannett, brought to
town ycBtorday two . men named Loft,
father and son, who wero sufferers In
tho Friday blizzard. Thursday oyening
tho two men ivero caught out in tht
storm and took refuge for tho night in
n shack. L itor in the night when the
real blizzurd came up tho men began to
Buffer sovorely from tho cold, and by
morning thoy were bonumbod. Foeling
that death stared them In tho faco, they
dotormined to start out for tho Blank
onburg rancli buildings n hnlf milo or
more awny. They had only proceeded n
short distance, when both woro blinded
by tho storm, but fortunntcly stumbled
against a wire fence. This thoy man
aged to follow until it brought them to
tho ranch buildings, where thoy woro
takon in and cared for. Both fuot, tho
faco and ono arm of the older man wore
badly frozen, tho younger ono was not
so badly frozen.
Local and Personal.
F. W. Fibuls has moved his family to
this city from Nora, Nebraska.
Gus. Westfall, of Giand Island, spent
Sunday here with his brother Mac
Mac Westfall returned tho latter part
oi lasi week rrom a short visit in Den
Mrs. Jamo8Guymanis expected home
today from Wood River whore nhn
Tho Christian Aid Society will moot
ff'tb Mrs. Baldwin 109 South Vino
Btreot Thursday afternoon.
Will Votow camo up from Lincoln
university Saturday to visit tho homo
folks for a weok or longor.
Mrs. Fred Uasmusson and children,
of Horshey, who visited rolatives last
weok leturned homo Saturday.
Miss Zola Ballard, of Lexington,
came up tlm latter part of last weok to
visit tho Misses Warringtcn.
Ascialdanco will be given in tho
Masonic hall the lattor part of next
AVeek by Messrs. Corbjn Jones nnd
Thomas Baldock formerly of the
Grceson grocery who has resided in
Council Bluffs for a year past is visit
fng in town this week.
Frank Lowell formerly of this city
Tyho rocontly was employed as night
yard nmstor nt Green River has re
turned here and will locnto in this city.
llie West Central Nobraskn Toachors'i
Association hold their annual convention
in this city on tho 8rd, 4th and 5th of
Apiil. T'lioro will bu some H00 out of
town teachers in nttondanco nnd tho
entertainment committoe desires the
co-operation of our homo peoplo in
securing rooms for tho visitors. Those
having rooms for rent will kindly notify
M. E. Crosby, Socretnry of the Cham
ber of Commerce, phono black 413 or
county auporlntondont, Cleo Chappell,
phon black r0". ' '
Miss Mary Ross, of Lowollcn, is
visiting local frionds this week.
Pete Burgman, of Sutherland, spent
yesterday in town on business
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ross tho
lattor part of last week n baby boy.
Honry Clark who visited last week
in Paxton returned Saturday evening
John Spies camaup from Council
Bluffs Saturday to visit his wife for a
couple of days.
A carload of cattlo arrived here Sat
urday from Sioux City to feed on tho
Mrs. Minnie McGuiro and family who
visited for threo months in Kcllerton,
la., havo returned here.
Wilfred Stuart, a promient young
ranchman of Loxington spent tho week
end In town with frionds.
Tho Morrill Vulcanizing Company
will move their shop from 4th street
to tho Payno lot on Locust street.
A social danco will bo held at tho
Lloyd Opera house by Messrs Day,
Friend and Gulliaume on Thursday
evening of this week.
William Tanner was unanimously
nominated upon both tickets for City
Treasurer in Lexington last Saturday.
The honor camo unsolicited by Mr.
Harry LinJoll who was arrested sev
eral weeks ago for breaking Into tho
Yates storo at Sutherland was given
a sentence yesterday of ono to sevon
years. He will bo taken to tho peniten
tiary in a fewdayB by Sheriff Salisbury
Speed and Power.
The Buick over head valvo motor Is
guaranteed to produce moro speed and
moro power than nny other typo
ever built whether American or
European manufacture, tho actual dif
ference being 15 to 20 per cent. This
is being demonstrated ovcry day in our
One of tho hopeful signs of tho times,
is tho disposition of the public to com
mence to demand a reason for every
thing. Thinking people in general do
not boliovc that anythingjs accidental,
but that a careful study will reveal the
causes of events, opinions nnd all sorts
of social phenomena About a year
ago tho suciatist pnrty of Lincoln coun
ty gave n lyceum cour3o of fivo lec
tures, which dealt with scientific econ
omy and social conditions that was a
great revelation to tho thinking people
who heard them, and wo havo been re
quested by mnny peoplo to hold the
courso this season. Through our Na
tional Lvcoum Bureau, wo havo ar
ranged another courso of fivo numbers
given by fivo othor speakers of nationnl
prominonco who wero here last year.
Tho dates assigned North Platto nro
Mar. 25, April 1st, 8th, 15, and 22nd.
WALTER 7, M2LLABD.
The first number will bo given by Mr
WnKi J. Wilhrd from Ohio and his
subject will In. "Thi Knrlulht Chal
lenge." Ho will dig into the cuo of
tilings as interpreted by tho socialists
and locnl nemoon of tho pnrty promise
an entertaining lecture Every one
should hear nil five of theso lectures,
and thus obtain n good understanding
of socialism, at I.'hbI thoy should be
ablo to tell whether they want it oi not.
The price fr n neuson ticket is fifty
cents, and in addition you will get fifty
centi worth of socialist publications
with each scttaoii ticket purchased
Single mlmbfiion tickets will bo 25
cents. Tho management has spared no
pains to get tho bust talent possible for
Bo sure nnd attend tho first locturo
and you will want to hoar them all
Every one. is cordinlly invited to at-
Taken upon tho 9th day day
March. 1913, on Section 18, town
rongo 28, seven miles northwest
Maxwell, In Lincoln county, Nebr ,
tno undersigned who there rosldes,
black mares with whito on forolmnil
Owner will please call, pay charges and
take animals away.
C. H. James,
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
By virtuo of an order for the sale of
attached property issued out of the dis
trict court by Geo E.Prosser, clerk of
the district court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, upon the judgment rendered
in sn4d court in favor of Intor-Stato
Livo Stock ConimUnion Company, a
corporation against Jacob Jakobson, I
will soil tho following; goods and ehnt
tln, thep'opoity pf Jacob Jakobson,
heretofore levied upon by mo in tho nt
tachm.Mit issued in tho above entitled
To-wlt: Ono spotted pony, ono set of
single harness, ono siijglo seated bugcv
ono black bull, ono black cow, one Tod
And I will, on tho first day of April,
191.1, at 11 a. m. of said date nt tho
Denmark P. 0. in Lincoln county. No
br.iska, sell said prods and chatties at
public auction to tho highest bidder for
cash to satisfy said judgment.
Dated March 17th, 1913.
A. J. SALisnuiiY,
Tho rejection of tho woman suffrage
bill by the houso simplifies tho situation
for tho suffragists. Thoy havo now
nothing to do but submit tho quostion
themselves by initiativo potitlon, and
this they announce thy will do at onco.
This is good fortune for thesfruragists,
little as those who worked for and
against the bill seem to know it. Thoy
may have some chance to win with a
referendum measuie, which can carry
by a majority vote There would have
been hardly a ghost of a show for a
measure submitted by the legislature,
which would hayc required tho fatal
majority over all. In that case thoy
could havo won only as nil the parties
endorsod the measure, a prospect too
small to think about. Stato Journal.
The olection held Tuesday to vote
bonds for a bridge across tho river
north of Sutherland was almost unan
imously in favor of the bonds, tho vote
standing 159 for and six ngainst the
proposition. Theso bonds woro voted
onco beforo but they wore rejected by
tho stato auditor on account of the
terms of payment.
Henry Evans, for moro than a scoro
of years a resident of Sutherland, died
Tuesday of last week at tho age of
eighty-three. Ho leaves a wife and nino
J. C. Wilson,
west of town,
was thrown from a due
gy a week ago
and sustained a badly bruised shoulder.
Ho was leading a horso behind the buggy
when a passing auto frightened the
animal which getting entangled broke
one of its legs. Tho team ho was driv
ing also became frightened nnd ran,
dumping him out.
Evidonco that can bo verified.
Fact is what wo want.
Opinion is not enough.
Horo's a North Platte fact.
You can test it.
Mrs. A. G. Westburg, 708 W. Fourth
street, North Platte, Nebr., says: "1
hold if anything, a highor regard for
Doan's Kidney Pills than when I rec
ommonded them August, 7, 1907. An
other member of my family has sinoe
boon troubled by kidney complaint and
and has received a world of benefit
through tho use of Doan's Kidney Pills.
I told in a previous statement how I
had obtained relief from a dragging
pain in mv bnck nnd trouble with my
Kidneys. A doctor diagnosed my case
ns a floating kidney. Many a day I wns
unablo to stand on account of the pain
thru my kidneys and tho kidney secre
tions wero unnatural. An operation
was advised, but luckily 1 learned' of
Doan's Kidney Pills and 'procuring a
supply from McDoncll & Graves' Drug
store (now Schiller & Co's) I bogan
using them. A few days' use removed
tho pains and restored my kidneys to
their proper working order."
For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents
Foster-MilbumCo., Buffalo, Now Yorl
solo agents for the United States.
Remember tho namo Doan'H nnd
take no other.
Goorgo Mudd, of Hershey, visited
Notice of Sale Under Chattel Mortgage1.
Notice is horeby given that by virtuo
of a certain chattel mortgage, dated
December 19th. 1910 and duly filed of
record in tho offico of tho County Clerk
in Lincoln County. Nebraska on tho 29th
day of March, 1911 and executed by R.
L. Nickeraon and M. C. Nickerson, his
wife, to A. E Donaldson to securo the
payment of 'the sum of $225.00 upon
which there is now due tho sum of
$225.00 and interest thereon at the rate
of 8 percent from December 19th, 1910,
dofnult having been made in payment
of said sum and no other proceeding in
law having boon instituted io recover
said debt or part thereof; therefore I
will sell tho property therein described
O wit: two gray mares, one bay mare,
ono sot of work harness, nt public auc
tion for cash nt Bowen's Livery Stable
in North Platte, Nebraska, on the 5th
day oT April, 1913, at 2 o'clock p. m. of
said day. A. E. Donaldson, By M. E.
Crosby, Ilia Attorney.
By virtuo of an ordor issued in the
district court in and for Lincoln county,
Nebraska, on the 17th day of March,
1913, in an action of partition wherein
Hosekiah Ramsey is plnintiff and
Charity Mlllor and Miller, her hus
band, first nnd renl name unknown;
Benjamin Ball and Ball, his wifo,
first nnd ronl namo unknown; Joseph
Ball nnd Ball, his wife, first and real
namo unknown; Thomas Ball nnd
Ball, his wifo, first and real namo un
known; Alma Stovens nnd Stovens,
her husband, first and renl namo un
known; Joseph Soils and Sells, his
wifo, first nnd renl namo unknown;
John Soils nnd Sella, his wifo, first
and real namo unknown; Ella Sells,
Addie Sells, May Davis nee Soils nnd
Davis, her husband, first and real name
unknown; Roianna Armstrong neo Ball
an 1 Armstrong, her husbnnd. first
and real namo unknown; Worthlngton
Ball and Ball, his wife, first nnd real
namo unknown; Bertha Savago and
Savago, her husband, first and real
namo unknown; Amelia Wilkin nhd
Wilkins, hor husband, first and real
namo unknown nnd Floronco Shephnrd
aro defendants, I will sell at public
auction nt tho east front door of tho
court houso in tho city of North Platto,
Lincoln county, Nebraska, on tho 19th
day of April, 1913. at tho hour of ona
o'alock p m., tho following described
real ostato Bituato in Lineoln Co., Nob.,
to wit: An undivided ono-hnlf interest
in a portion of lot "1" of tho county
clerk's subdivision of part of tho north
west quarter of section 33. township 14
rango 30, wot of the Oth p m., do
scribed as follows: Cnmmnnplmr nt tl
northeast corner of said lot "I;" thenco
west from said northeast corner ton de
grees north 220 ft. weBt; thonco south
10 doineos west 198 ft. thence enst 10
dogrees south 88 ft. thenco north 10
degrees oast 132 ft thenco oast 10 n
grees south 132 ft. thence north along
tho oast lino of aatd lot 'T' 00 ft, t?i
the place of beginning, being nil or anttl
lot "I" exopt a portion thereof 132 ft,
squaro in tho southoast cornor thereof
tho torms of said salo to be cash in
.iP'&'i ?l N.h V,Mi0' Nobraskn,
this 17th day of March, 1013.
qf O r FroEit, u. --
To Whom It May Concerrr-
Nollco Is hereby xlven that tho mayor and city
council will hold a tpcclal moctlnir, beirlnnlnit at
the hour 8.00 o'clock p. m. (central time) Tuesday,
April 15th. 1913, In the council chamber for the
purpose of making assessment and the levying
of taxes for the construction of sidewalks built by
the city along the following described property:
Lot 12 Dlock 2, Trustee's AddlUon. Walk
4 feet wide. 12 feet long 48 squaro feet
it 11 cents per square foot .... (6 23
Lots, Mock 177, oiisrlnnl town, walk 4 ft
wide, 149 feet long, 696 sq feet at He. . 65 60
1G yards sand filling for same lot 12 00
Lot 4, lllock 157, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 145 feet long, 680 squaro feet at lie
per square foot . ... 63 80
Lot ft, lllock 181, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 149 feet long, 696 squaro feet at 11
cents per squaro foot . ... 65 56
Lot 5, lllock 180, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 149 feet long, 590 square feet at 11
cents per square foot 65 56
6 yards sand for Ailing above lot 3 75
Lot 8, lllock 186, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide. 149 feet long, 693 square feet at 11
cents per square foot 65 56
Lot 6, BlocK 20, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 83 feet long 332 squaro feet 11
cents per square foot . . . .... 30 62
4 yards sand for filling above Ipt at 75 c 3 00
Lot 6. lilock 20, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, CO feet long 264 square feet at 1
cents per squaro foot , 29 04
2 yards sand for filling above lot at 75c 1 60
Lot 2, lllock 55, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 66 feet long, 264 square feet at at 11
cents per square foot. ' 29.01
770 yards dirt for filling above lot at 76c 67 00
Lots 2 and .1, Block 66. original town. Walk
4 feet wide, 132 fcetTlong, 523 square feet
attlcentsper square foot. .58 08
Lot I, lllock 66, original 'town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 83 feet long, 332 squaro feet at 11
cents per square foot . 36 62
Lot 2, Dlock 67, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 66 feet long, 264 squaro feet at 11
Cents per square foot... . 29 04
Lot6, Block 41, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide 83 feet long, 832 square feet at 11
cents per .square foot 36 62
3 yards sand for filling above lot at 75c 2 25
Lot 6. Block 41 original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 66 feet long, 264 square feet at 11
cents per square foot 29 Oi
4 yards sand for filling above lots at 75 3 00
Lot 4, Block 54, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 83 feet long, 332 square feet at 11
cents per square foot 36 52
3 yards sand for filling above lot at 75c 2 25
Lots 2 and 3, Block 51, original town. Walk
4 feet wlde 132 feet long, 628 square feet
nt II cents per squaro foot ... 68 08
Lot 3. Block 65, original town. Walk 4 feet
wide, 60 feet long, 261 square feet at 11
cents per square foot 29 04
18 yards sand for filling above lot n't 75c 13 60
Lot 7. Block 20, original town. Walk Oect
wide, 66 feet long, 261 squaro feet at It
cents per square foot ......29 04
4 yards sand for filling above lot at 75c... 3 00
In addition to the obovc amounts. Interest and
advertising fees will be charged.
All persons interested will file their objections,
if any they have, to the assessing of taxes ngainst
the above described property and for the above
described purpose on or before 8.00 o'clock p. m..
Tuesday, AprillStli, 1913, as above stated for said
CIIAS. P. TEMPLE, City Clerk.
Notice of Incorporation.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed havo organized a corporation
under and pursuant to tho statutes of
the stato of Nebraska. Tho name of
this corporation is W.-W. Birge Com
pany.and its principal place of business
is North Platto, Lincoln County, Ne
braska, The general nature of the business to
bo transacted by this corporation is the
buying, selling and shipping of lumber,
building material, coal, grain and hay;
the buying, leasing, Belling and convey
ing of real estato: the buying erecting
and maintaining, leasing, selling and
convoying of buildings, and to engage
in such other business a3 may be
deemed necessary for the protection
and successful conduct of tho corpora
Tho authorized capital stock of the
corporation is twenty-five thousand dol
lars, ($25,000 0,0) in shares of one hundred
doilar3 ($100.00). Tho corpoiation shall
commence business March 3rd, 1913,
and terminate business, March 3rd, 1945.
Tho highest amount of indebtedness
to which tho corporation shall subject
itself shall not exceed two-thirds of
the capital stock. The business of the
corporation is to bo vested in three di
rectors who shall be elected by the
Tho officers shall be a President,
Vice President, Secretary and Treas
urer, any two of which offices may bo
held by one person, and tho duties of
such officers shall bo such as aro more
fully set out in the articles of incorpora
tion, or by-law3 as maybe adopted.
W. W. BlKGE,
R. D. BlHGE,
March 3, 1913. m7-4 Incorporators.
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
Doctors Ames & Ames,
Physicians and Surgeons, ii
Office over Stone Drug Co.
VrfV vefafftfcarrf irvarw'
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The Kind of Clothes
Custom made Suit
$20 to $45
Tailor made Suit.
$25 to $47
ovor McQonald Dank.
Bought nnd highest market
ItcBldonce Red 630 Offico 459
C. H. WALTERS.
Catnlpa Speciosa, genuine, $3.00
to $10.00 per tOQO.
Strawberry Plants $5.00 per 1000
Concord Grapes No. 1, $3.00
Apple Trees, 4-5 feet 2.00 for 10.
Fine line of nursery stock on hand
write for price list today. "
Gate City Nursery,
1802 Farnnm St. Omaha, Neb
I H ' House of Good Sho
When in North Plollc.
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matineo Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
The Old Reliable
When your clothes need pressing,
clonnimj and repairing, let the Old Re
liable Tailor do it-and do.it right Wo
have beon doing this work in North
Platte for thirty years, know how to
do it and do it tho way it should bo
That means satisfaction to you.
F. J. BROEKER.
Entrance north of the Nynl drug store.
Di Infield diMd.
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILLIS X REDFIELD, Surgeon.
JOE B. ItEDFlELD, Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
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Signet Chapter O. E. S., J
Meots 2nd and 4th Thurtday of every J
month at Masonic Hall at 7.30 p. m. B
i-lVW-M WW M11WW rjwojwj lWKW
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
HomeopatlilcPhyslclan and Surgeon
Hospital accommodations, Medical and 5
surgical nttention given obstetrical cases, g
Ofllco Phono 183 Kos. Phono 283 a
2 Oillco McDonald Stato Hank Bid's1
ansa oeeoseesaaasanaeeeee e
DR. HARRY MITCHELL
Telcphono Ked 45C 605M Dewey St.
North Platte, Nebraska.
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Buifding.
GEO. B. DENT,
W Phvcirinn and snrninn 5"
Offico over McDonald Bank, v
rnonts Residence 11B I
SrifclMSt 5ft JHM: -J!rri( H(t" M HriMM
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 0595.
Department of tho Interior.
U. S. Land Olllce at North Platte. Nebr.
Feb. 25, 1913.
Notico Is hereby Riven that Edward Rlina,
of Jforth .PJqtte, Nebr.. who, on February 8,
1910, ' nvide Homestead Entry No.
W59C, for NEif and tho EM of SEW, Section
2, twii. 15,.N, rare. 30, west of the Cth Principal
Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to maka
final thi eo, year proof, to establish' claim to the
land abovo described, before tho register and
receiver, at North Platte, Nebr., on the 25th
day of April 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses: John Reeves,
Robert Reeves', Frank Hood, Henry Greeley,
all of North Platte, Nebr. ,
ml-6 J, E. Evan. Register.
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that tho secre
tary of tho board of education of the
school district of tho city of North
Platto, will receive bids up to and in
cluding tho hour of 8 o'clock, p, m., of
tho 24th day of March, 1913, for the
erection, construction and completion of
one eight-room pressed brick and rein
fooe(f concrete school building in the
First ward on block 168, in the city of
North'Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska,
the samo to bo completed ly August
Bids will bo taken on the construction
and completion of said 1-uilding, on the
installation of tho heatit p plant' and on
tho plumbing separately, or on all to
gether. Tho successful bidder to givo bond in
tho sum of 25 percent of the contract
prico for the faithful performance of
Each bidder on building to accompany
his bid with a certified check in the sum
of $500 and each bidder for plumbing or
heating to accompany ins bid with n
certified check in the sum of $100 as an
evidence of cood fnith. tho same to bo
forfeited should the successful bidder
fail to entor into a contract in accord
nnco with said plans and specifications
insido of ten days nftor tho contract is
awarded to him or them.
All work to bo dono and material to
bo furnished nccording to tho plans and
specifications now on file in tho office
of Bert M. Reynolds, North Platto,
Nebr? and such plans nnd specifications
to form part of the contract. Tho board
resorves the right to reject any and
A. F. Strcitz, S.'-rctitry.
Oldoat Dank In Lincoln County
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
We Solicit Your Buslntso.
Established in 1871.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop Corner 6th and Vino Streets
NOP.TH PLATTE, NEB.
R. D. Thomson.
In a cigar quality is tho prime factor.
Some cigars, even those costing a dime,
don't have the quality. Tho reason our
cigars are popular isbecausc quality is
our first consideration. Some of our
brands have been on tho market for 25
years and thoy aro the same good cigar
as when first made. Our reputation
for good cigars was earned by making
quality tho first consideration.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED
The Maker of Good Cigars.
Of the Best Quality.
W. T. ALDEN, Salesman
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By virtue of an order of sale issued from tho
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
a degree of foreclosure rendered in said court
wherein William M. McLaughlin, administrator of
tho estato of Auber T. Griflith is plalntiir
and Orley II. Skinner, -'et. al., aro defend
ants, and to mo directed I will on
the 29th day of March, 1913, at 2 o'clock--p.
m., at the cast front door of tho court
houso in North l'latt Lincoln county, Ne
braska, sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for rash, to satisfy said decree, interest
and costs, the following described property
to-wit: southwest quarter (swH) section fivo (5).
township nino (9), north of range thlrty-ono (31),
west of tho 6th P, M. In Lincoln county. No-
Dated North Platte, Neb., February 25. 1913.
f25-6 A. J. SALISUUHY, Sheriff,
By virtue of an order of sale Issued from tbe
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
upon a decree of foreclosure rendered in said
court wherein Frederick Whltmore is plaintiff,
and Issac Benton Taylor et al aro defendants, and
to me directed, I will on tho 22nd day of
March, 1913. nt 2 o'clock, p. m., at tho east front
door of tho court house In Worth Platte, Lincoln
county; Nebraska, j,sell. at-public "Auction to the
highest bidder for 'cash to satisfy said
decree, interest and colts, the following
described property toAvIt: All of section
twenty-three (23) all of section twenty-fivo (25) the
south naif (H) and tho northwest quarter (nwV)
section thirteen (13) tho cast half of tho north
west quarter and the west half of the northeast
quarter of section twenty-four (24) tdwnshlp fif
teen (15) north of range 29 (29) west of tho 6th P.
M., in Lincoln county.Nebraska,
Dated North Plstte, Neb Feb, 17th. 1913.
f!8- A.J. Salisbuky. Sheriff.
' Serial No. 01530. ' '
OEPAUTMENT OF TIIK IN'TKUIOR.
United States Land Ofilce.
At North Platte. Nebraska, Fob 10. 1913,
Nbtlce Is liorebr ulvcn that Charles
O. Lou? of North Platte Neb., who on
January 12, 1910. . made homestead entry
Serial No. OlftOU for the oast half
if tho southwest quarter arm lot 3 and 4.
Section IS. Town 14 N., IUntro 30 W., of tho
litti Principal Meridian, has (Hod notico of In
tention to inakfl final threo roar
proof, to establish claim to tho land above
described, liefore tho reitlstor and receiver
al North, Platto, Nebraska, on tho 16th day
of April. 1013
Claimant names as witnesses; Oeoren
Kopf, Quorire IOMir, U A lioblnson and
Dick Itoss, all of North Platto. Nob,
fl8-!i John K.iKvanr Krister.
By virtue of nn order of sale Issued from
the District Court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
upon a decree of foieclnsuro rendered In 6nfd
court wherein John lluvall is planltiif,
and J. J. Walters, et. al,, are de
ft ndants. and to me directed, I wil
on the 15th day of March, 1913, at two
o'clock, p. in , at tho east front door of the
court house of said county, In tho city of North
Platte, Nobraskn, tell nt public auction, to tho
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree,
interest ami costs, tho, following described
Southwest quarter (sw34) section thlrty
fonr (34) in township thirteen (13), north range
thirty-three (33), west of the 6th P. M. Lincoln
Dated at North Piatt-. Neb., Feb. 0, 1913.
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