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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1913)
the County Board
n , . .Jul 1,1913.
Board of county eornrrilMlonBri mat
puriuant to adjournment Preitat
Robrti, Whit, HrmlnghUMn and
Th following clslmi wre allowed on
th Benral fund, to-nit:
r M Soranion, cupboard for
commiMiontra' room 3 75
R L Cochran, work on road plat
vr J'-'J 5 00
M. Kunni, mdia for county poor 28 60
Rah Mercantile Co, mdi for
county poor 19 90
Th Hub, mdi for county poor 33 84
F D WaiUnfeld, mdi for county
poor (thre claims) 20 40
it i urn, rapalra at court
home 4 40
: North PlatU Electric C. Light
aenrice for March 30 60
X JuIiUB Pizer, clothing for county
I poor (diiallowed f or 3.60) and
., """i'T; 43 00
, Nebraska Telephone Co. Phone
"nt for June and toll chargae 26 90
yj OB white, lervicea at county
C commiiaioner and mileage 98 00
, j W Roberta, services ai county
" n commissions and mileage 68 00
- F W Herminghausen, aervlcea
aa county eommiiiioner and
and mileage 88 00
RFStuart.repalrs at court house 4 30
Sundry Persona, Birth and Death
roport 1st. quarter 1913.... 22 00
' North Platte Electric Co. Light
l services for April 36 39
it v urown, groceries for county
Poor 13 08
Herrod and Son, groceries for
county poor 45 20
0 J McNamara, estimates on
road 167 6 20
M Kuhns, Mds for county poor 15 60
Harry Carothers. Mds for county
Poor 6 76
R L Cochran, surveying and
platting road 355 38 00
Geo. Griffiths, chainman road 355 7 00
M. F Buckley, chainman road 355 7 00
Guy Cartrell, flagman and team
road 355 10 50
The Hub, Mds for county poor 5 00
Bessie Salisbury, deputy assessor
20 days 60 00
Cleo R Chappell, salary for June 133 33
Nona Marcott, salary for June 50 00
Jos M Wilson, salary from June
11, 1913 to July 1, 1913 53 30
A J Salisbury, salary for Juue.. 125 00
T F Watts, salary for June 75 00
C W Yost, salary for June 137 50
C W Yost, office expenses for
June 14 00
Bratt & Goodman, rent for
county poor 5 00
Anna Anderson, care of Emma
Anderson and Mrs. L. Clark
month of June 50 00
Geo N Gibbs, salary second
quarter 1913 212 49
Jens Sommer, mdse for county
poor 23 19
F L Disbrow, work at county jail 45 50
R L Cochran, surveying and
platting road 360 29 60
Fred Marquitt, flagman and
team road 360 2100
Alex Richards, chainman en
same 7 00
Ed Rodden, chainman on same.. 9 30
The following claims were allowed on
the various road fund districts, to-wit:
1 V Dailey, cash for district 37 50 00
Jacob Miller, cash for district 38 75 00
WmSundquist,cashfordistrict35 100 00
C A. Anderson, cash for district 42 100 00
Wm Pittman, cash for district 31 100 00
W K Beauchamp, cash for dis
trict 28, allowed on Com'rs
district 3 50 00
A Chambers, grading roads north
and west of Hershey allowed
on Com'rs district 3 for 342 00
C A Robinson, claying Braugh hill, al
lowed in part as follows, Com'rs Dist 1
$145.00 and Com'rs Dist 2 $145.00
Fred Lundgren, cash for district 8 100 00
Claim of Fred Ridinger for 227.00
grading roads as follows:...
On Com'rs Dist. 1 20 00
On Com'rs Dist. 3 28 00
On road district 11 125 00
On road district 1 54 00
Total 227 00
J J Walter, road work, allowed
on road district 1 30 20
Allowed on bridge fund, as follows:
Fred Ericsson, bridge lumber. . . . 100 00
E C Brown, spikes 16 25
Greeley Bundy, bridge work ... 20 00
Chas Bowman, bridge work 3 00
Permission is hereby granted Sunt.
Snyder of the experimental farm to lay
sower pipes on east side of county road
from the farm to Fremont slough.
Whereupon tne board adjourns to
July 8, 1913. C. W. Yost
July 2, 1913.
Board of equalization met as per re
cess taken. Present full board.
The valuation of cattle in the follow
ing precincts were raised, to-wit: Sel
lers 20 per cent, Cox 20 per cent, Mil
,ler 20 per cent, Antelope 20 per cent,
Payne 20 per cent, Vroman 25 per cent,
Gaslin 20 percent. All cattle in North
Platte raised to $35.00 per head.
The valuation of cattle in the follow
ing precincts were lowered to-wit: Hin
mon 20 per cent, Lemon 15 per cent,
Well 10 per cent, Medicine 10 per cent
Harrison 10 per cent, Sunshine 10 per
cent, Kern 10 per cent.
Whereupon the board takes recess
until to-morrow. C. W. Yost,
July 3, 1913.
Board of equalization met as per
irecess taken. Present, full board.
The board makes the following re
ductions in real estate to-wit;
All of Sec 1, T 11. R 28 reduced to
S A of N V 1 and Si of Sec 2, T 11,
Jl 28 reduced to 25."0.00
E of NW1 Sec 17, T 12, R 28 re
duced to 480.00
Lot 44 Platteview Subdivision re
duced to 400.00
NE Sec 6, r 16, R 27 reduced to
Lots 4 and 5 Platteview Subdivision
reduced to 1000.00
Lots C and 7 Platteview Subdivision
reduced to 1000.00 Ei of L
EJ of Lot 2. Block 105 No Plat'e re
duced to 400.00
Lot 12, Block 115, North Platte re
duced to 3750.00
Lots 8 and 1, Block 41. North Platte
reduced to 1000.00
Ptof NWiof SU'iSec 34, T 11. R
.SO reduced to 3000.00
WJ of Sec 7, T 13. It 31 reduced to
Lot 2, Block 182 North Platte- reduced
NW1 Sec 21. T 10, R Wl reduced to
Lot 2, Block 48, North Platte reduced
, Lot 8, Block 161, North Platte re
duced to 1800.00
, Lot 2, Block 179, North Platte re
duced to 2100.00
Lot 1, Block 179,North Platte reduced
, Lot 1, Block 177, North Platte re
duced to 2300.00
, Lot 2, Block 177, North Platte re
duced to 2500.00
, Lot 3, Block 177, North Platte re
duced to 2300.00
Lot 3, Block 185, North Platte re
duced to 1700.00
Lot 1, Block 9, Killers Add reduced
Lot 4, Block 10. Millers Add reduced
to 3300.00 on additional improvements.
Lot 6, Block 158, North Platte re
rinctA fa i Ron nn
Lot 5, Block 158, Nerth Platte re
duced to 1800.00
S W i Sec 25, T 10, R 30 North
Platte reduced to 1200.00
Auto of Jas Jensen redueed to 100.00
Cattle of DePuy Bros. North Platte
No 4 reduced to 385.00
Thraa horiaa of Alhnrt Haanat Uin.
man precinct reduced to 150.00
First National Bank of North Platte,
McDonald State Bank of North Platte
Bank of Lincoln county, Hershey,
Bank of Brady, raised 2450.00
Brady State Bank, raised 2200.00
Maxwell State Bank, raised 775.00
Western Union Telegraph Co, raised
A A Sehatz Co, raised 1300.00
Citizen's Security Bank, Wallace,
Sutherland State Bank, reduced
The schedule of J. Pizer made out
by the precinct assessor for North
Platte No. 1 is hereby cancelled.
Whereupon the board of equalization
takes recess until July 8, 1913, at 3
o'clock p. m.
C W Yost,
Local and Personal
C. K. Martini returned to Omaha
Tuesday after visiting his family for
Mr. and Mrs. Wertz, of Chappell,
visited Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sebas
tian last week.
Fred Weingand returned to Omaha
Tuesday ago after visiting relatives
for several days.
Dr. Harry Mitchell returned Wednes
day morning from Omaha where ho
visited his family.
Miss Georgia Hoxie returned Wednes
day from Ogalalla where she spent a
week with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shaw left Tues
day evening for Torrington, Wyo., to
visit their daughter.
Miss Tyrone Winklmean and brother
Dick went to Fremont Wednesday
morning to visit their parents.
Mrs. A. B. Hoagland and children
left last night for Salt Lake City to
spend several weeks with relatives.
Mrs. Frank Barnell and children left
Wednesday morning for St. Louis and
cities of Ohio to spend several weeks.
Mrs. J. B. Pizer and son, of Hastings,
who were guosts of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Julius Pizer for several weeks, left
Miss Alice Langford returned Wed
nesday morning from Green River
where she visited her sister Mrs. Fred
Barrett for ten days.
Myrtle and Vicinity,
E R Sivits marketed hogs at the
county seat Tuesday.
G. T. Holloway has sold his ranch to
a party from Adams Co.. Neb.
Charley Robison and family came up
from North Platte and spent the Fourth
with Wm. Pittman.
Master Teddy Greeley returned from
North Platte Saturday where he had
been visiting relatives.
Harrv Lee and family came up from
North Platte and will :help with the
J . C. Askwig came.up to his ranch
A. I. Pittman spent the Fourth at
Causes of Stomach Troubles.
Sedentary habits, lack of out door
exercise, insufficient mastication of
food, constipation, a torpid liver, worry
and anxiety, overeating, partaking of
food and drink not suited to your age
and occupation. Correct your habits
and take Chamberlain's Tablets nnd you
will soon be well again. For sale by all
I n ' House of Good Show
When in North Platte.
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matinee Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
10 CENTS. .
1 GEO. B. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon,
- Office over McDonald Bank. 5
Z Phones t Office 130 t
r l hones J Re3idenco 11B
Dr. J. K. Elms,
Physician and I
Will hereafter diseountinue all road
work and will do everything in tho
practice of medicine. City Day calls SI '
Night Calls $1 .'l,Country Calls 5Jc per
miU' inu way plus auto hire. Lying in
case $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 furnished. Also my '
speciality of Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat '
nnu uiass utting at J my former price.
Terms strictly cash. Office over
McDonald State Bank. Phone 30.
Best of Hospital accomndation for
Surgical and Lying in Cases.
Miss Jessamine Flynn entertainod a
number of young people at a tea at the
Hoxie residence Wednesday evening.
Out of town guests were Misses Katn
ryn Doyle and Agnes Bartlett of Lincoln.
Stability, Efficiency and Service
Huvo boon tho' luotovs
in tho growth of tho
First National Bank,
JXORTH &Z.ATTB, X1SURA.SICA..
CAPfrAL AA'D SURl'LUSt
One Hundred and Filty Thousand Dollars.
Buchanan & Patterson's
..Bargain List of Dwellings..
1 Five room house and barn, South Dewey street.
2 Good five room cottage, corner lot, shade trees
and blue grass lawn, city water and sewer connection,
five blocks from high school. Price only $1400,00.
3 Nice six room cottage 72 r West Seventh street,
handy to new round house. Modern except heat. Price
4 Extra nice 4 room cottage on West Tenth street,
in the 600 block. Price $i, 750.
5 Good eight room dwelling on West Tenth street,
in the 900 block. Price $1,700.
6 Extra nice five room cottage, modern except heat
blue grass lawn and shade trees, 3 blocks from court
house. Price $2900.00
7 Full two story frame dwelling of eight rooms mod
ern except heat, full lot, shade trees and blue grass.
Located on West Fourth street close to court house.
This is property that will increase in value and is a big
money maker at our price of $4, 700
8 Nice Seven Room Cottage and two Lots, out
buildings, shade trees and nice lawn. A bargain at
All of these properties are choice bargains and
can be bought on easy terms. Be sure and see these
before you buy.
Buchanan & Patterson,
To Reduce Friction
is the secret of Motor Car Economy
The Frost and
Reduces friction to the minimum. It is
not thinned out by heat ; never clogs in
the feed pipes, and leaves practically no
Ask your dealer about quantity
discounts and iron barrels for &torage.
Red Crown Motor
Standard Oil Company
Edward Millar, of Chleaero. is er
ected here this week to visit his eoniin
Mr. and Mrs. Watson, of Gothenburg,
who visited Mr. and Mrs. Jane Van
Dyke hare returned home.
THE WAY WE DO IT
impresses moat people with the
way we have the implements and
the "know how" when it comes
to repairing automobile. Hurry
up orders is what we like, and we
keep enough men to repair your
car in record time. Your ordor3
J. S. Davis Auto Co.
Carbon Proof Oil.
Gasoline is Best.
Business Man, Mechanic
Will And the cigars w mak will
suit them. They r th bit mad
for the money, whether you pay a
pickle or a dime. Thn thy ar mid
In North Piatt, whieh should cut some
flgur to thos who beilav In patron
izing home Industry.
J. F. SCHflULZRIED.
The Maker of Good Cigars.
DR. HURRY MITCHELL
Telephone lied 456 605H Dewey St.
North Platte. Nebraska.
L. A. LINE
JJ 13 years experience nt tho bench. Can do JJ
n all kind of repairing. Ued rock prlcci. All JI
A work Kuaranteed. Jj
Established In 1871.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop Corner Gth nnd Vino Streets
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
R. D. Thomson.
Bought and highest market
Residence Red 636 Office 459
C. H. WALTERS.
The Old Reliable
When your clothes need pressing,
cleaning and repairing, let the Old Re
liable Tailor do it-nnd do it right We
have been doing this work 7n North
Platte for thirty years, know how to
do it and do it the way It should bo
That means satisfaction to you.
F. J. BROEKER,
Entrance north of tho Nyal drug store.
Estimate of Expenses.
North Platte. Nob.. Juno 9th. 1913.
To the Honorable Mayor nnd City
Council of North Platte, Nebraska.
Yourcommitteoon finance reports the
following estimate of expense to con
duct tho affairs of tho city of North
Platte, Nob., for the ensuing fiscal vonr
under the caption of the vnrioua funds:
HONDS AND INTEREST.
To pay interest on $100,000.00 .
water bond ?5000 00
To pay interest on $28,000.00
sewer bonds 1400 00
To pay principal on tho sewer
bond 1000 00
To iay salary of city officers, . . 1500 00
For streets and alloys, side...
walks, crossing, etc 5000 00
For sewer maintenance and
Hushing 1000 00
For lighting streets nnd alleys, 3500 00
For incidental expenses, 2500 00
To pny salaries and expenses, . . 3100 00
To pay salaries and incidental
expenses, hydrant rental
and supplies 5000 00
To pny salaries, supplies and in
cidental expenses 2000 00
To pay for expenses and main
tenance of public park, 500 00
To pay salaries, repair exten
sions and improvements,
and incidental expenses for
operating water plant,, .20000 00
Respectfully submitted. A. B. Hong
lnnd. Jos. H. Stone and Richard Owens,
I Notice for Publication.
I In the county court of Lincoln
Allen Brothers Company, a partnor-
ship, Plnintifr, vs E. F. Scott, first and
i real name unknown, F. S. Scott first nnd
real name unknown, H. L. Groves, first
' and real name unknown and John
1 Gildea, defendants.
The defendants E. F. Scott and F.
I S. Scott will take notice that on the
13th day of June, 1913, the plaintiff
filed his petition in the county court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, against E.
F Scott and F. S. Scott, H. L. Groves
and John Gildea, tho object nnd prayer
i of which is to recover the sum of $311. 80
with interest thereon according to the
tenure of certain promisory notes given
to secure the purciuiHi- price of a utock
of merchandise, which said notes are
past due and unpnid. Tlmt there is now
duo upon said notes the sum of $311.80
with interest, for which the plnintifr
prays judgment. That an attachment
has issued in said action against the
goods of the said defendants, towit, n
certain stock of merchandise, situated
in Dickens, Nebraska, (and in the pos
session of John Gildea). You are re
quested to nnfcwor said petition on or
before tho 1th day of August, 1913.
Dnted the 20th dny of Juno, 1913.
Ai.i.en Brothers Company.
I By M. E. Crosby, their attorney.
r aits awl (M a
rJ IAIIJU JU)VVlJ
Oldest Bank In Lincoln County
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
We ffelklt Yeur Buelneee.
m dfield tydfnld
Phyalclana aad Surojaoaa.
WILLIS X. REDFIELD, Surgeon.
JOE I). REDFIELD. I'hyilclan.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
S DR. J. S. TWINEM,
0 Hoapltal accommodations for Medical and 5
s lursrlcal attention siren obstetrical caiei. jf
Ofllco Tliono 183 Res. Phone 283 Z
g Ofllco McDonald State Hank Hld'e
Offico phone 241. Rea. phono 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platto, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
pttfJI'WWWHWiiiii IWW I
Signet Chapter O. E. S.,
Meet 2nd and 4th Thursday sf every
month at Mmnnlr Hall at 7-:trl n m
,.. .....,. .. -. --, rimrrriiiiinnn.nn."
ORDER OK HEARINO ON PETITION FOR
WAIVER OF REGULAR ADMINISTRATION.
In tho matter of tho estate of Albert W. Mc
In the county court.
On roadlntr and llllnir thu petition of Frances
h. McKeown iirnyinK that regular administration
of snlcl eitnta may bo waived as provided by
Sections 6202. 3. 4, 5 and 6 of Cobboy'a Statutes
Ordered, that July 2Gth. 1913, at 9 o'clock a. m..
In tho forenoon Is nsltrned for hearing said peti
tion when all persons interested In said matter
may appear In tho county court to bo held In
and for said county and show causa why the
prayer of the petitioner should not lie granted.
This order to bo printed for four (4) successive
weeks In tho North Platto Tribune, a leiral semi
weekly newspaper published In Lincoln county.
Nebraska prior to July 26th, 1913.
J--4 JOHN GRANT. County Judire.
Hy vlrtuoof an execution on transcript Issued
from theDistrlct Court of Lincoln county, Nebras
ka, upon a decree of foreclosure rendered In said
court wherein Knox and Walters n corporation
partnership I plalntlir. and E. Rlma. Is de
fendant, and to me directed, I will
on the 12th day of July. 1913. at two
o'clock, p. m., at the east front door of the
court house of said county. In tho city of North
Platte, Nebraska, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said dcrreu,
Interest and costs, the following- described
Northeast quarter (nek) section two
(2) In township fifteen (IB), range thirty
(30). west of tho 6th P. M. In Lincoln
Dated nt North Platte, Neb.. Juno 9, 1913,
i'0-5 A. J. SAl.mnuRV. Sheriff
Serial No. 01407
NOTICE FOR PUULICATION.
DEPARTMENT OK Tim INTF.IUOH.
United States Land Olllcu
At North Platte. Nebraska, May 12. 1913.
Notice la hereby given thnt Rose A. Mathers,
or Tryon. Neb., who on February, 27, 1909, made
homestead entry. No, 01407. for nil of Section 8.
Township 10, N. Range 31. W. 6th Principal
Mcrldan, has filed notlco of Intention to make
thieo year proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, boforo the register and receiver
nt North Platte, Nebraska, on the 10th day of
Claimant names as wltnessses; Julius Mogensen,
II. I' rod Johunson, of North Platte. Neb., Joseph
Mahnney, David N. Cullender, of Tryon. Neb.
"120-6 J. E, Evans. Register.
In tho County Court of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, JunolOth, 1913.
In the matter of tho estate of Chnrlcs T. Robi
Notlco is hereby given, that tho creditors of said
deceased will meet the Executor of said
estate, before tho county Judge of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, nt tho county cuuit room, in said
county, on thu 15th day cf July 1913, and on
the 15th .lay of Jnn 1914, nt 0 o'clock n. m. each
day, for thepurposuof piest-nting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allowance. Six
months nio allowed for creditors to present their
clulms, nnd ono year for tho Executor to
settlo wtlil tatnte, from tho 10th dny of June, 1913.
A copy of this older to lie published In tho
North Platto Tribune, u legal semi-weekly news
paper printed for four successive weeks prior
to said date of hearing, July lfith, 1913.
J17-1 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
Notice to Coulractors
Illds will bo received until ten o'clock on Satur
day, July 12, 1913, nt tho olllcu of the undersigned
J. S. Dales, Secretary. University of Nebrnskn,
Lincoln, for thu construction of a stucco hollow
brick olllcu building to bo erected on the Experi
ment Station, North Platto, Nebr.. nnd to cost
approximately $7,500accordlng to plansand specifi
cations now on file In tho olllco of the Superin
tendent of Construction, University of Nebraska.
Illds must bu sealed and marked Hid for Otllce
lluitding, North Platte, Ncbmaku," written
plainly on tho outside.
University of Nebraska,
J. S. Dai.ks, Secy.
NOTICE I'OIt PUULICATION.
Serial No OlOSl.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Olllco at North Platte, Neb.
June 19. 1913.
NOTICE is hereby given that James llechnn,
Jr., of North Platte, Neb., who, on May 1, 1907,
made II. E. No. 22965. Serial No. 01051, for
WM, and WM of EM, Section 20.
Township 15, North, Range 31, West of tho Cth
Principal Meridan, has Hied notice of intention
to make final live year proof, to establish
claim to the land almvn tlescrllK.il, before tho
register nnd receiver, at North Platte, Neb., on
tho 20th duy of August, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses: D. II. McNeel.
William SlelMild, W. W. Groves, Arthur Toops, all
of North Platte, Neb.
AJI-8 J. E EVANS. Register.
C. V. Graham, first name unknown,
will tnke notice, that on the lGth day
of June, 1913, P. H. Sullivan, r. Justice
of the Pence of North Plutto No. 1 Pre
cint, Lincoln County, Nebrnskn, issued
an order of attachment for the sum of
$18.50, in nn action ponding before him,
wherein Mrs. Maggie Post is plaintiff
and C. K. Graham, first name unknown,
defendant, that property consisting of
money in tho hands of tho Union Pacific
Railroad Company, a corporation, has
been attached under said order. Said
cause was continued to the -1th day of
August, 1913, nt 10 o'clock a. in.
Mrs. Maggie Post, PlaintilT.
North Platte, Nebr., Juno 23rd, 1913.
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