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CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Cash Austin left Saturday nigh', for
a fow' days visit with relatives und
friends In Denver.
W. P. Dryon, of Gothenburg, Bpent
yesterday in town transacting busi
ness and visiting friends.
V, H. McDonald returned Sunday
fr.mi Denver whue he had been trnns
. acting business for n couple of days.
Lost between Davis' garago and my
place, tall light for auto. Finder
please leave at Davis garage. Win.
Mr. and Mrs. llort Barber returned
yesterday from their wedding trip
Which extended to the Pacific coast ex
positions. The best arranged 7 room house,
corner lot, shade, till close In, (o ex
change for farm or might accept n
smaller Jkiuho ns part pay. .Sec
1IKATT & (J001UIAN.
W J. Landgraf, W. It. Malonoy and
Ohas. J. Pass left Sunday for O'Neill to
attend the Knights or Columbus con
vention which opens Its sessions to
day. Messrs. Den, Elder, Itobhauscn, Bak
er, Green, Plumcr and Federhoof left
early Sunday morning on a fishing
triri.to Ender's lake. They will return
Thursday or Friday.
W. E. Shuman left last night for
Salt Lake City and Montpeller, Idaho,
to look after legal litigation. Ho will
nlso spend a week In San Diego, Cal
visiting his parents and taking In the
Mr. and Mrsi J. J. DcRolf went to
Grand Island yesterday, to meet Mr.
DeRolf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
DeKolf, of Terro Haute, Ind who
came hero to make a visit with their
son and his family
Ed,. Dieter, who was injured In tho
cxplosibn at the Dooltttlo bakery and
Is at tho Good Samaritan hospital, Is
not making vciy rapid progress to
ward recovery. Ho seems to havo
suffered Internal injuries.
Lloyd Powers, local agent for the
Maxwell cars, reports salca to the fol
lowlngporsons: Chris Koch, of Nich
ols, J. Bruce of Sutherland, C. M.
Trotter of Brady and Henry Shuman
tho iienuy-ugior uo. received a
shipment of seven Ford cars yester
day, all of which wore sold beforo ar
rival. Thdy expect another shipment
in tho near future, also .a carload of
Rev, Dumvlllo, of Scotts Bluff, spent
the latter iart of last week in town
whllo enro'uto homo from tho convo
cation at Grand Island. Ho occupied
tho pulpit at tho Episcopal church
Sunday morning and delivered an
lYo can exchange n good nccUoii of
land near North l'lutto for City prop
erly. Good automobile to trade for
North Platte properly, pay difference
In rush. HKATT & GOODMAN.
"W. A, Burr, federal agricultural ex
port, formerly with tho North Platte
sub-station, arrived from Denver Sat
urday to rcmnln for u fow dayB. Ho
was stationed In Washington during
tho winter, but has again been sent
west with headquarters at Denvor.
Judge Grimes, Reporter Barron uiid
Attorney Wilcox went to. ..Lexington
yesterday where tho judge will hold
nnadJourned term if court It wns
necessary to ndjourn tho regular term
held during tho winter on account of
tho roads being Impossible and wlt
nepos Mind others from tho country
could not get Into Lexington.
A. V. Wortman, lnte with The Tri
bune, left yesterday for his homo in
Bcatrico, whoro ho expects to tako a
position as traveling salesman for a
manufacturing concorn In which his
fatjtot Is Interested. During his resi
dence hofe of a HI tie over a year,
ho won many friends and alto
gether proved a very popular young
Plans and Suggestions
for your homcAre
You Interested? .
I). C. Iloffhlno, who has been in
town for a couple of wcoks compiling
a city directory, is getting tho work
ytpll In hand and will complcto tho
canvass tho early part of June. It
will, howovor, bo the first of July be
foro tho dlrctorlos nro rendy for distri
bution. Mr Hoffltlno has boon engaged
in getting out directories for a number
of years und docs tho work very thor
oughly. Engineer Tom Burney returned Bat'
unlay from a two months' visit in Lob
Angeles, Sun Francisco and othor Cal
ifornia points. Ha met a largo num
ber of former North Platto people,' and
when ho loft Los Angolcs tho North
Platters wore arranging for tholr an
nual picnic. J. II. Cunningham Is
secretary of tho association and ho
told Mr. Burney that ho had the names
of about 160 fornior North Platto peo
ple on his list,
Did yon nee tho now houses build
ing in Taylor's Addition this year!
Only a few lots left.. ."We'll loan you
money (o help you build.
ilolimuii A; beimstian,
Ray Welbom roturnod yesterday
from Colorado, whero ho had bcon
spending two months on his farm
thirty jnlles west of Durango. Whllo
thero Mr. ..Welborn, who has In past
years boon very successful In killing
big game, spent somo time limiting,
and succeeded In killing a cinnamon
bear that dressd live hundred pounds.
The animal wns hunted with dogs, and
two of tho latter wcro badly crippled
In their encounter with tho boar. Mr.
Welbom brought homo with him quite
a quantity of bear meat.
Mrs. A. L. Luckle, East Rochester,
N. Y was a victim of sick hcadacho
and despondency, caused ,by a badly
weakened and debilitated condition of
her stomaqh, when sho began taking
Chamborlaln's Tablets. Sho Bays, "I
found them pleasant to take, also mild
and effective. In a fow woeks tlmo I
was restored to' my former good
For Balo by all dealers,
Notice to the Public
Having purchased an auto delivery
car, wo are now prepared to make
deliveries more promptly. Wc will
also make afternoon deliveries at three
and four o'clock. Phono In your or
ders for tho afternoon deliveries.
BRODBECK & SON.
Found Dead In Bed.
A Mr, Illllegas, aged about sixty
years, who lives on North Blrdwood
creek, was found dead In bed Sundny
morning. His wife awakened about
olght o'clock, and addressing her hus
band, received no reply. Investigating
she found the body cold, death having
apparently ensued tho early part of
tho night without a Btrugglc. Word
was Immediately sent to Mrs. Bert
Edls, of this city, who Is a daughter.
Arrangements for the funeral have
not at this tlmo bcon announced.
Illks Picnic June lillli.
The annunl picnic of the B. P. 0.
Elks will bo held nt Alston's lake,
thirty-five miles south of this city,
on Sunday, June 13th. Arrangements
will bo mndtf for an elaborate affair,
and in addition to Uiobo of tho local
lodgo who will attend, it is expected
that a big delegation will be present
from th lodge at McCook, tho Idea be
ing to make It a Joint picnic of the two
Th Llston lako is an ideal place to
hold a picnic fine body of water, nice
grovo and not by any means last, the
genial Charloy Llston who always ac
cords his brother Elks a welcome as
warm as It Is unbounded,
Who's Miss Nelson 1
Tho last Issue of tho Bridgeport
Blado contained this Item:
"Supcrlntnedent Jeffcrs of the Union
Pacific and President Seebergcr of the
First National Bank of North Platto,
accompanied by their wives, wero the
guests of Traffic Manager Claude Dc
Lancy nt his- enchanted palaco at
Norhtport 'til midnight Tuesday when
their special started eastward. Dur
ing tho afternoon the gentlemen ex
plored Bridgeport, and It Is learned
made tho acquaintance of Miss Nolson,
ono of this city's charmers, 23V& years
old to whom they promised they would
surely return, and would help to cele
brate tho Union Pacific's entry into
Bridgeport later. Tho mayor will do
cluro that day a legal holiday, and
Lwo II all celebrate with them.
Hoch! Tho Union Pacific."
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Lots Nos. 4 and 5, in Block C,
North Platto Town Lot Co's. Addition.
Buy direct from owner nnd save com
mission. See OttonstoIn( or phono
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the Ma
yor and City Council will hold a spe
cial meeting at tho hour of8:00 o'clock
P. M., (Central Tinio) Juno 8th, 1915.
In tho council chamber for tho pur
pose or making .nosssmenta and levy
lng taxes for tho construction of side
walks built by tho City along tho
following described property:
Lot 1, Block 17G, orlglnnl town of
North Platte, walk -1 iL wide,
13G ft. long, G44 sq. ft. nt 10c
a yarns or sand for filling nt 75c 2.25
Lot 5, Block 175, original town or
North Platto. walk 4 ft. wide,
149 ft. long, G9G sq. ft. at 10c. 59.00
7 .yardB of sand for filling at 75c 6.25
Block 192 of tho original town of
. North Platto. .walk 4 rt. wido,.
:17 ft. long, 148 sq. ft. nt 10c. 14.80
Lot 10, Block 4, Taylor's Addition'
. to tho City of North Platto, walk
4 ft. wide, 129V& ft. long, 518
Bq. ft. at 10c 51.80
Lot 10, Block 3, Taylor's Addition
to tho City of North Platte, walk
4 ft. wide, 143 ft. long, 572 fjq.
ft. at 10c 57.20
Lot 8, Blpck 5, PennlBton's Addi
tion to tho City of North Platto,
walk 4 ft. wldo, 5 ft. long, 20
sq. ft. nt 10c 2.00
Lot 8, Block C7, original town of
North Platto, .walk 4 ft. wide,
7 ft. long, 28 sq. ft. nt 16c 2.80
Lot 0, Block 8, Taylor's Addition
to tho City of NoTth Platto,
walk 4 rt. wldo, 07 ft. long, 2G8'
sq. ft. at 10c 20.80
Lot 1, Block 2, Taylor's Addition
to tho City of North Platto, walk
4 feet wide, 139 foot long,G5G
Bquarc root at 10c 55. GO
Lot 10, block 1, Taylor's Additon
to tho City of North Platte, wnlk
4 foot wldo, 0(s feet long, 38
squaro feet at 10c 3.80
Lot 5, Block 10. Pennlston's Addi
tion to the City, of "North Platte,
walk 4 re6t'widoy'9Vs feet long,
38 squaro. feet at 10c 3.80
Lot 4, Bfonk 11, Pennlston's Addi
tion to tho City of North Platto,
walk 4 foot wldo, li feet long,
44 squaro reet at 10c 4.40
Lot 1, Block 35 of tho Original
town of North Platto, walk 4
foot wldo, 9M) feet long, 38 sq.
feet at 10c 3.80
Lot 8, Block 35 of tho orlglnnl
town of North Platto, walk 4
feet wide, 9 foot long, 38 squaro
feet at 10o 3.80
All of tho above. described proporty
being In Lincoln County, Nebraska.
In addition to tho abovo nmounts,
Interest and advertising fees will bo
All persons Interested will fllo tholr
objections, if nny they have, to tho
nssoBBing of taxes. against tho above
described property for tho abovo des
cribed purposo on or bororo tho 8th
day of Juno, A. D. 1915 nn abovo Btated.
c. f. Temple, city oinrk.
Orilrr of Ilenrliitf lvtlllloii f,)r ,.
polnliiuiit of Ailmlulntrntur ir Ail-lulxtritti-l
Statu of NobniHkn, Lincoln County, ss.
In tho County Court.
In the Matter of tho Kstiito 0f Ann
On ronilliiK nnd nllng tho petition of
.lunnuu iiiirrui'iuuKii tmu j'.'ciwnrn nnr
riiclouBh nrnylnv that Administration
of Buhl Kstuto may he Krantod to Fred
erick DnrrnolOUKh ns Ailmlnlxtrntnr.
Ordered, Thrit Juno 1st A. . J1B, at
Inir Bald net Hon when nil unrHnim in.
toroHted In mild matter nmy iinnonr nt
a County Court to bo hold In nnd fnr
Hitld County, nnd show cnuBe why the
prayer of petitioner should not bo
Krnntod; and thnt notlco of tho penden
cy of siiid potltlon nnd tho hearing
uiereui uo uivvu iu uu persons inter
ested In Bald matter by bubUHhlnir n
c6py of this ordor in The North 1'latto
I'liuiuu in Bum inul"v, iur mruu HUU-
rcsBlvo weeks, prior to said day of
.1 i i .1 i ....... . .
Dated May 10th, 1916.
OKO. K. FRENCH.
mll-3 County Judge.
A Fow Facts About the Circus
On Thursday. May 13. Barton &
Bailey's world celebrated shows will
exhibit at North Platto afternoon and
night. This is tho largest amusV
ment enterprise of its character In the
world, Solid trains of their own double-length
cars are required for tho
trnnsporttation of this colossal attrac
tion. Never beforo have so many fea
tures been combined under ono man
agement. A complete menngerlo of
rare and costly wild animals from ev
ery quarter of tho globo aro to be soon
at no extra cost. Elephants, cnmolss
buffalos, lions, tigers, etc., nnd on
down to the smaller bipeds and quad
rupeds. An educational feature not
to bo overlooked.
Aerial porformers who seem to dofy
tho laws of gravity, artists whose bal
ancing feats on the thlnest strand of
wire excites comment, jugglers whoso
numerous feats seem Impossible, rldfiig
acts, trnpczo acts, In fnct, acts of ev
ery kind and nature filling the three
big rings nnd two elevated stages at
all times, "
Wild West riding and roping, hip
podrome races, chariot races, artillery
races ana other riding fntures too
numerous to mention.
Two scoro clowns to amuse with
their runny notions. Tho Kntzenjam
mer Kids, Buster Brown, Happy Hooli
gan and all tho other 'comic suppl-
ment cnaracters are seen as well as
many more. If you do not enjoy hale
and hearty laughter it will bo advis
able for you to keep your eyes off
these runny fellows.
A really wonderful free street par
ade, the like of which has not been
seen In America, will traverse the
main thoroughfares on morning of
May 13 and you should seek a suitable
point from which to witness this
Don't forget that Barton & Bailey's
world celebrated shows will exhibit
one day only, afternoon and night, at
North Platte, on Thursday, May 13.
Thrlty-fivo Hundred Dollars
Buys G40 acres good farm and graz
lng land 12 miles from North Platte,
ror $900.00 more you ran get a school
section adjolalng. Telephone lino and
school house on the land. An ideal
Quarter section hay land close In $30
per acre. Another quarter same lo
callty $27.50 per acre.
640 acres Improved farm and grazing
Innd to sell quick nt $3500.00.
If there are better bargains I have
31-2 O. II. THOELECKE.
..2 Corrugated Iron Buildings which
can be moved without being taken
down, at Jierslicy's Opposite Post Of
Old Timer in Town
C. S. Kilmer, who has resided in
tho north part of tho county sjnee 1883,
was In town yesterday trannactlnc
business. Mr Kilmer says the acreage
or winter wheat in Kilmer precinct is
lrgo and tho present condition could
not ho better. Fruit trees are loaded
witli bloom, tho grass in tho pastures
is line, and altogether tho farmers in
that section aro in good spirits over
th prospects for a big crop. Last year
a fair crop was grown in Kilmer pre
cinct, one tenant farmer residing on
320 acres turning over to the owner
of tho land $1,G00 as tho one-third
share of tho crop, Mr. Kilmer thinks
that land that will do that in a poor
crop year is wortli having and keep
ing, They Come to North
Platte Every Month
The Quaker Specialists
Doctors Buck and Loffler
will Again be at the Tim
merman Hotel May 12,
They aro not strangers to tho people
of North Platte.
They Invito all pesrons Buffering
with any Chronic DIseaso to call and
visit with their many patients now un
der trcameat, to In this wny, learn of
tholr advanced methods of treat
ment and tho results they havo ob
tained In every case treated, This is
tho only truo way to provo their abil
ity as Specialists, and nnyono who is
now nnd has been suffering with any
ohronlc ailniont, will profit by Invsti
gatlng. invesugnio ami provo to yourself
that theso Specialists havo made 225
bpeclal visits to the Bovcral towns on
their regular list for tho past twelve
months. They invito you to first fully
investigate tno results obtained in
tiioir early largo number of pntlohts
They mako FItEE Scientific Exnmlna.
tlon of your case, thou If you aro sat
isfied that thoy fully understand your
irouuio, tnoy will explain tho method
of treatment, tho possibility of a cure,
tno cost or trenment, etc,
Itcmonibor, It costs you nothing to
got acquainted with Doctors Buck &
Lofllor. It costs you nothing nnd It
may bo of real bonellt to learn what
your real trouble Is.
Thoy treat only Chronic Troubles
or uu Kinds, and treat Scientifically.
Remember tho dato, May 13, all day
at tho Tlramornian Hotel.
THE QUAKER SPECIALISTS.
I THIS OVEN IS A FIRELESS COOKER TOO I
H Use it like an ordinary oven if NEW PERFECTION OIL H
fTgQ , K. W. Vroman, "
" ' 109 East. Fifth.
' y2 Block East of P. O.
Sold by Rush Mercantile Co , North Platte.
Also by E. &W. Coker, Sutherland; Ganson & Ganson
Hershey; Jens Sommers, Maxwell: Jnc Fredriclcson, Brady
We are just starting
our 2nd season with
the "Ideal Lawn Mow
er Grinder." After us
ing this machine one
season we find itgives
We can make your
old mower cut like
i dUjjht and highest market
Residence Red 636 Ofilce 459
C. H. WALTERS.
1008 West Fourth St.
MBS. M. HALL,
Graduate Nurses in Attendance
JOHN S. TWDTEM,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office phone 241. Res. phene 217
L . C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDmal.) Ra- k Euildin.
Hospital Phone Black G33.
Houso Phono Black 633.
V T. PRITCHAIID,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218 south Locust St.,
one-half block southwest of tho
.Voith Platte, J'cb.
i) e ititn je it it y & forbes;
Undertakers nnd Funeral Directors
Day Phone 234.
Night Phono Black 58S.
is no longer an experiment, its prac
ticability has been proven and is com
ing Into use moro and moro every day.
Our cigars have never been an ex
periment; they havo always been
good, they havo borno tho mark of
standard for over twenty-flvo years
in North Platto. Wo mako a number
of brands ranging In price from '8
for" 10 cents to 3 for 25 cents. Try
thotn. r !
J. F. Schmalzried.
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