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TUESDAY. JUNE 24. 1913.
Local and Personal.
Dr. N. McCabo,
Omaha for soveral
who has been in
days, will return
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Marcott went to
Omah the latter part of last week to
upond a few duys.
A largo numhor of auto parties went
to Stnpieton Sunday to witness n double
header bull game.
A son was born to Attorney and Mrs.
William Shuman Saturday afternoon
and died shortly after birth.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Samuelson and
children returned Sunday morning from
Omaha where they spent a woek with
Wcly and Burton Shoop, of Suther
land, returnod home yesterday nftor
noon nftor visiting Harold Cox for a
Autornobilo insurance, Woodhurst's
insurance Agency. -12-8
Miss Grace Pnyno will entertain
thirty-five young ladles and gentlemon
this evening at a picnic nt Sioux
Fifty or more local people wont to
Hurshoy Sunday afternoon on tho two
o'clock train to witness tho bnll game
and as many more went up by auto.
W. II. C. Woodhurst wenttoKenrnoy
to adjust u firo loss for E. M. Smith
who lost a barn, several horses and a
a number of t"o!s In a lire recently,
A large number of young people
from town attended a big barn dance at
the Kelso home west of town Saturday
evening and everyone reported a good
Mildred and Margaret Woods, of
Gothenburg, camo the latter pnrt of
lnt week to visit their sister Mrs.
Ernest Hucklur for a woek for a
week or mor,c.
Mrs. E. Fitzgeral and son Mike, of
Durant, Okla., are expected the latter
partof this week to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Charlos Edwards, being mother ' and
brother of the latter.
For bargains in choice residences sec
Buchanan & Patterson's bargain list in
another column. tf
Henry Border, of Gothenburg, who
was tho guest of his grandson Perry
Carson and daughter Mrs. C. P. Carson
for fievoral days left yesterday after
noon for homo.
Miss Georgia White, who was In
charge of the Hub Millinery depart
ment during the spring season) re
turned to her homo in St. Joe tho latter
part of last weak.
Tho stork visited tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Schiller Saturday and
deposited a lively ajid healthy girl. The
interested parties are reported to
io getting along nicaly,
.Goorgo Handley, ofCentralia, Wash.,
who hud boen visiting in Des Moines
for two weeks, came yesterday morn
ing to visit frionds for u fow days
whilo enroute home.
G. A. Gregory, statu normal trainjng
inspector, loft yestorday af tor spending
soveral days Inspecting tho junior, nor
mal which ha mports to bo in excellent
condition and doing satisfactory work.
Richie Ugai has installed a new
runge in his Kitchen at tho Palace cafe.
The new range is a 1013 Born model
weighing over ono ton, has three ovens
and two Are boxes. In length It meas
ures about sixtoi'ti feet and was pur
chased at a coat of four hundred dollars.
Protect your cows and horses from
flies during the summer' months by
using Dr. Hess Fly Chaser. ThlH pre
paration has been subjected to the
severest teHt before offering it for snlo
and wo know positively that there is
nothing on tho market that will equal
Dr. Heas Fly Chaser. For sulo by
Schiller & Co., Tho Loading Drug
Many Russians nnd Mexicans have
been shipped into tho Horshoy and
Sutherland sections to tako care of tlm
beet crop. Theso laborers are given
$21 psr-ncra for tho hand work.
Sutherland has organized a ball team
which tho Free Lanco says will resut
In that village occupying a more con
spicuous 'position on tho map of Nebras
ka. Tho teutn is now ready to play
any team in Nebraska though not san
guine of always winning.
Tho cherry harvest In the valley is
now in progress, and the crop is gald to
be good. In tome instances tho crop is
being sold for six cents a quart on tho
tree. As tha purchasers pull the
cherries from tho stem, n quart means
a solid quart of the fruit.
Ray Hougeland, who had his jaw and
chin smashed by tho kick of u horse
several wesks ago and had been taking
treatmont at St. Lnko's hospital, in
North Platte, has returnod to his home
south of Sutherland.
Tho village board of Horshoy has
omployd Paul Moyer of North Platto to
establish street and sidewalk erodes
preparatory to u systematic grading of
the.stronts and siduwalk laying. Her
shey is ouch day dropping some of Its
swaddling clothes ami putting on tho
apparel of n "grown up."
Tho Extension Department notified
tho secretary that Maxwell could not
secure the "short course" this year as
thoy had already contracted with three
points in this end of tho state. Paxton,
Hershoy. und Farnam, tho lattor for
tho third timi.-Muxweil Tolepoit.
Ex-sonator C. A. Sibley, o(,Fox
Creek, and Postmaster Langvion of
Curtis, were North Platto visitors Mon
day. .They said whoat In their respoc
tlvo sections would, not ba a very hoaw
crop, but that corn is doing fino.
D. M. Lgypoldt and Carl Wickstrom,
of Hershey, spent last week Osceola ex
amining a flourlne mill with a view of
constructing a similar mill at Hershoy.
A census of the Hershey school dis
trict developed 150 children of school
age. Children in that section prove as
prosperous a crop as do alfalfa, corn
and sugar beets, and they are a bright
lot of boys and girls.
The Wallace Winner avers that John
Thompson of that section has ICO oores
of the finest wheat in tho country. That
means that John Thompson will haye at
least 5,000 bushels of wheat to cart to
market next fall.
The Hershey Times editor took a drive
last week through the sugar beet sec
tion and in summing up tho condition
says: The beets nro coming fine and
bid fair to making one of the largest
yields this section has ever raised. One
especially fine field was that of Roland
Frame's. He has eighty acres nnd his
heln is nearly through with the thinning
and are ready for tho hoeing. They
were splendid and the best we saw on
Thomas McDermott, of Walkor pre
cinct, came to North Platto Saturday
for tho purpose of enriching tho county
tronsury to the extent of nbout $300.
Mr. M Dermott is a heavy land holder
in that precinct, and is also one of the
early settlers. He hns prospered and
griwn to be well-to-do.
The Maxwell school board has elected
Mr. Campbell ot Greeley Center super
intendent of the school, Miss Clark
principal, Mi3 Kane assistant principal
ana .Miss Lienty grade teacner.
Efforts have been made recently to
make what is known as the north road
between Sutherland and North Platte
attractive to travel, or better thun tho
official road. In order that it may
ultimately become the official route,
Tho country traversed by tho north
rend is somewhat better for roadmak
ing than that a mile south and the
prosperous farms there' give the
traveling public a better impression of
tho country. Sutherland Free Lance.
A Chance for School Girls
and Boys to see the
Chautauqua Free and
Get a Cash Prize Be
sides. We have decided to give every school
girl and boy selling 20 wortfi"of season
tickets to the Chautauqua, that is 10
ndults or 20 children tickets or in that
proportion, an adult season ticket and
to the child turning in the largest re
ceipts for the sale of tickets a $10.00
cash prizo und to the one turning in tho
next largest amount, $5.00 cash prize.
All tickets und reports must be
turned in by 6:00 o'clock Saturday
evening, July 12th, 1913, and the win
ners of the cash prizes will be announced
that evening at tho Chautauqua.
Remember, every child that soils
$20 worth of tickets gets an adult
The Chautauqua will be hotter this
year than ever, so every one will want
tickets. Let's get busy.
For further information and tickots,
call at C. F. Temple's office. Room 1,
I. O. O. F. building.
For bargains in choice residences see
Buchanan & Patterson's bargain list in
another column? tf
June 16. 1913.
Board of county commissioners met
pursuant to adjournment, Present
Roberts, White, Horminghausen and
The following claims were allowed,
Paul G. Meyer, viewing roads
with county beard, on general
fund $ C 25
J D Anderson, unloading car of
lumber, on bridge fund 15 00
John J Ginapp, road work district
, 10 100 00
v m uymond, road work district
J 33 00
Bert Light, road work district 25 200 00
II O Rice, servlaes, on general
fund l 00
. Roud No. 3G3 doming up for final
action tho board being of the opinion
thnt said road is for the pubfic good, it
is lieroby granted ns per petition.
Salary of Joaoph M. Wilson, custodian
of tho court house is horeby raised from
65.00 to $75.00 per month, to tnko
ofFoct Juno 1, 1913. t I
The county treasuror is horeby author
ized to rofund to O. H. Eyorly $10.80
from tho taxes for 1912 on un assessed
valuation of $160.00 on nccount of error
in assessing lota "T" & "V" of J. V.
Abbott's Sub. Div. of Hershoy.
Tho county clerk is horoby authorized
to advertise for bids for the construc
tion of two bridges according to plans
and specifications on filo in tho clerk's
oincu. wno Driugo to us built across
Cottonwood Canyon nnd tho other
across tho Medicine on NE 1 Sec. 35-10-31.
Bidders to deposit certified checks
for $300 with bid.
W J Hnrper is horobv given permis
sion to build a cattlo chute across
county road between NW J Sec. 15 and
NE J Sec. 16-9-26, to bo built under
supervision of road overseer and to
conform to requirmonts of stato law for
Wnoroupon tho board adjourns to
July 1, 1913.
C. W. Yost, County Clerk.
Board of Equalization met same as
yesterday. Continued comparing values
of different precincts and took recess
C. W. Yost, County Clerk.
Juno 17, 18, nnd 19. Board of equali
zatlon met each dny as per recess taken
irom uay to uay. continued comparing
values in tho different precincts and
took recess until June 23.
C. W. Yost, County Clerk.
Take Plenty of Time to Eat.
There is a saying that "rapid eating
is slow Bulcide. ' If you have formed
tnu nauit oi eating too rapidly you are
most likely suffering from indigestion
or constipation, which will result even
tually in serious illness unless corrected.
Digestion begins in the mouth. Food
should bo thoroughly masticated nnd in
salviatcd. Then when you have n full
noss of tho stomach or feel dull and
stupid after eating, tako ono of Cham
berlain's Tablets. Many severe casos
of stomach trouble and constipation
have boon cured by the use of theso
tablets. Thoy are easy to tako and
most agreeable in etfoct. Sold by all
WHAT'S BETTER THAN
PORTER'S STAR POP 5ABSS
It's goodness has made it famous. Ask it's friends
A FEW GOOD ONES
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STAR BOTTLING WORKS :-: SJfS ttZ
Is YOUR Telephone
Track Always Clear?
The Telephone Eond to your place of busi
ness should never be blocked.
You should have enough telephone lines to
have an ahvnys clear track for your customers.
Perhaps You Need Another Line!
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE COMPANY
T '""'' Tl i'.'i! '!' ' .1 '" " "' "'-'. --.. ..- 1 1
HandingOutHorsePower for wagons is
Mica Axle Grease
Saves repairs and makes hard roads easy, i
"It's the Mica that docs it."
Standard Oil Company
Attorney George Gibbs went to
Ognlalla yesterday on legal business.
NORTH PLATTE WITNESSES.
The Names of North Platte Persons
Familiar To All.
Who aro tho witnesses?
Thoy aro North Platto peoplo.
Residents of North Platte who haye
hod kidney backache, kidney ills, blad
der ills,: who have used DoBn's Kidney
Pills. Theso witnesses endorse Doan's.
Ono North Platte residont who speaks
is North Platte.
J. M. Harper, 409 Dewey street.
North Platte, Nebraska, say?. "1 hod
occasslon to use Doan's Kftlney Pills
for kidney trouble when Hying in
Creston, Iowa, and found them to be n
splendid kidnoy remedy. They re
moved poin across my back which had
troubled mo greatly. They also streng
thened my kidneys and regulnted tho
passage of the kidney secretions. 1 do
hesitate to recommend Donn's Kidney
Pills, procured at McDonoll & Graves'
drug store (now Schiller & Co's Drug
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cent.
Foster-MllburnCo., Buffalo, New York,
solo agents for the United States.
Itomember the name Doan's and
take no other.
C. F. Graham, first name unknown,
will tako notice, that on tho 16th day
of June. 1913, P. H. Sullivan, a Justice
of tho Peace of North Platte No. 1 Pre
cint, Lincoln County, Nebraska, issued
an order of attachment for the sum of
sMS.50, in nn action pondingbefore him.
wherein Mrs. Maggie Post is plaintiff
ami u. tu. uranam, nrst name unknown,
defendant, that property consisting of
money in tho honds of tho Union Pacific
Railroad Company, a corporation, has
been attnehed under said order. Said
cause was continued tu tho 4th day of
August, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Mrs. Maggie Post, Plaintiff..
North Platte, Nebr June 23rd, 1913.
The best lubricant
Dift ty.df.Bld tyedfield
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILLIS J. REDFIELD, Surgeon.
JOE B. REDFIELD, Phslclan.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
Haas and Cattle
Bought and highest market
Residence Red G36 Oflice 459
C. H. WALTERS.
2 GEO. D. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon, ?
Office over McDonald Bank. 5
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r I'nnnna "":r'-""J
Mi W r JfciUMt
4 wwiw Mtttim i.uw w
1 Signe Ahaptcr O. E. S.,
J NO. 55
I ..Meeti 2nd and 4th "Thursday of every
month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m.
l f Sf " T
and Carbon-Proof Oil.
Polarine affords the highest possible degree
of lubrication, no matter how hard the service
conditions. It will not congeal in the crank
case nor clog in the feed pipes. It burns cleanly,
without carbon deposit.
Ask your dealer about quantity
discounts and iron barrels for storage.
Red Crown Motors
Standard Oil Company
Oldest Bank In Lincoln County
North Platte, Ncbr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
We Solicit Your Business.
I II ' House of Good Show I fl 1
When in Norih Plafie.
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matinee Snturday After
noon at 2,j30 O'clork.
L. A. LINES., 5
It irM nvnnlJnnAA . (kA l.nH.U r .1 "
X all kinds of repairing. Bed rock prices. All S
Jv work guaranteed.
Pure Lake Ice.
I am prepared to furnish
the citizens of North Platte
with a fine quality of clear
lake ice, frozen from fresh
pumped water. Thanking the
public for their liberal patron
age last year, I respectfully
solict a continuance of the
same this seasons.
L. W. EDIS.
Phone OS 55.
Dr. J. K. Elms,
Will hereafter discountinuo all road
work and will do everything in the
practice of medicine. City Day calls $1.
Night Calls $1.50,Country Calls 50c per
mile one way plus auto hire. Lying in
caso $10.00 plus auto hire. These cases
must be prearranged for; office prescrip
tions 50c and in no instance more than
$1.00 all medicines furnishod. Also my
speciality of Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat
and Glass Fitting at J my former price.
Terms strictly cash. Ofiico over
McDonald Stato Bank. Phono 36.
Best of Hospital accomadation for
Surgical and Lying in Cases.
The man who takes enjoyment out of
a good cigar will do well to purchase
our brands. As a home manufacturer,
wo have a reputation to maintain, and
thorefore put better toUacco in our
cigars than do most manufacturers. If
wo did not make goodi cigars, we
could not sell them and would sootl be
forced ouof business.
J F. SCHMALZRIED.
The Maker of Good Cigars,
Gasoline is Best.
DR. J. S. TV.'INEM,
HomcopathlcPhyslclj antlSurgcon e
Hospital accommoJc hl i r Medical and '"'
surgical attention given obstetrical cases,
Omen Phono 183 Res. Phone 283 5
OIllco McDonald State Hank Itlcl'g-
Established in 1371.
Contractor and Builder.-
Shop Corner 6th and Vine Streets
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
R. D. Thomson.
The' Old Reliable
When your clothes need pressing,
cleaning and repairing, let the Old Re
liable Tailor do it and do it right. We
have been doing this work in North
Platte for thirty years, know how to
do it and do it the way it should be
That' means Satisfaction to you.
F, J. BROEKER.
Entrance north of the Nyal drug store.
By Irtuo of an order of sale Issued from tho
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
n desi ce of foreclosure rendered in said court
w herein The, Mutual Building & Loan Associa.
tion n corporation is plaintiff and Chester F.
Perry. Laura Perry, Arthur C. Olson, Edward L.
Jones. Julia A. Jones, Charles Wilkinson.
John G Caster and L'thel Caster are
defendants, and to me directed I will on
the C5th day of June, 1913, at 2 o'clock
). m., at the east front door of tho court
house in North Platte, Lincoln county, Ne
braska, sell nt public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree, interest
nnd costs, the followinpsdesciibed property
to-ttWLots three and four Xo) & (4) in Block
twenty-three (23) In the original town now city of
Jorth Platte Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte, Nob., .May 14. 1913.
m2lM5 A. J. SALISBURY. Sheriff
i SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of an execution on transcript Issued
from theDlstrict Court oi Lincoln county, Nebras
ka, upon a decree of foreclosure rendered in said
court w herein Knot nnd Waitirs a corporation
pattiiorshlri Is plaintiff, nnd E. Rima, Is de
fendant, and to mo directed, I will
on the 12th day of July, 1013. at two
o'clock, p. m., at the east front door of the
court house of said county, In the city of North
Platte, Nebraska, sell at public auction, to the
hiBhest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree.
Interest and costb, tho following described
?l',ortnea3t quarter (ncK) section two
( in township fifteen (15), rancre thirty
l0), west of tho 6th P. M. In Lincoln
Dated at North Platte, Neb.. June 9, 1913.
J1C-B A. J. Salisbury. Sheriff
Serial No. 01407
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT or THU INTERIOR.
United States Land Ollice
At North riatte, Nebraska. .May 12, 1913.
Notice Is hereby 1 en that Roso A. Mathers,
pf Tryon, Neb., who on Tcbruary, 27. 1909, made
homesttad entry. No. 01407. for all of Section 8,
Township 1G, N. Range 31. W. Cth Principal
Merldan, has filed notice of intention to make
thieu ear proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the register and receiver
at .North I'latte, Nebraska, on the 10th day of
Claimant names as witnessses: Julius Mogensen,
H. rred Johanson. of North Platte. Neb.. Joseph
Mahancy, David N. Callender, of Tryon. N'eb.
'n20-(' J. E. Evans. Register.
In the County Court of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, JunelOth, 1913.
In the matter of tho estate of Charles T. Robl.
Notice Is hereby gl en, that tho creditors of said
deceased will meet the Executor of said
estate, before the county judge of Lincoln county.
Nebraska, nt the county court room. In said
the lBth day of Jan.. 1914. at 9 o'clock n. m. each
uay, for the purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment nnd allowance. Six
months are allowed for creditors to present their
claims, and one year for the Executor to
settle said estate, from the 10th day of June. 1913
v..Ci,0?X ." ih)? 'er to be published In the
North Platto Tribune, a legal semi-weekly news
paper printed for four successive weeks prior
to said date of hearing, July 16th, 1913.
J17-4 JOHN GRANT. County Judga.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 01051,
.t o t department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Ollice at North Platte. Neb.
NOTICE I. hereby given that jimeVlfan.
Jr.. of North Platte. Neb., who, on May I. I9u7
W8 ,andE,WN(2- S"'al No. 01061.
vfrt, anu K of EM. Section -n
lJ? n.hlP fr Krtli. lUnw 31, West of the cfh
to k!Wflnftnh" "lcd notl; of 'ntlon
cbiinT tn ?th u rVw ,',roof- t tablt.h
il. i Und b"e "escribed, before the
Kl&l a"d Tf'ver. at North Platte. Neb! on
the 20th day of August. 1913.
u.T,,? '""J,1 P",me u1 w1tmses: D. B. McN'eel.
sa &? Grove'- A"hu,-T-
j-,-i J. R EVANS. RHst.r.
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