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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1915)
x DR: 0. II. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
CITY A-3fI) COUNTY SEWS.
Cabbage at 75 cents per hundred
pounds, Ltcrk-Saudall Co. 81-2
C. F. Tracy went to Denver the lat
ter part of last week to spend a few
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tlley will leavo
Sunday for Omaha to spend a week
Attorney M. E. Crosby went to Osh
kosh this morning to attend court for
$0.00 Silk Sweaters to close out
quick, now going at $3.98. BLOCK'S.
Henry Cordes has sold one of his
houses in the south part of town to
Rev. C. B. Harman went to Sidney
y03terday morning-to spend a few
days on church work.
(Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Rasmussen and
children of Hershcy arc visiting at
the Martini home tlits weljk.
iMrs.AS.vQ.vM.cGoy.-tof Omaha, came
lasjt evening to visit her mother Mrs.
AL. Wessburg for a fortnight.
Attorney Leslie Raskins went to Ar
thur county yesterday morning to
spend several days on business.
Boys' and Girls' all wool Chinchilla
Coats, linqd , throughout with heavy
worsted lining at only $2.98 at
Thomas Horden Wather and Veste
Fern McMasters were granted a mar
riage license Saturday afternoon'.
Mrs. W.'Hl Munger, of Omaha, "is the
guest of her son Horton Munger and
wife, having arrived Friday evening.
Dr. and Airs. Harry Mitchell and
children came home yesterday morn
ing' from a visit with Omaha relatives.
A train of forty cars bf sugar beets
enrjpute to the Grand Island factory,
passed thrugh the leal yards Sunday
morning. . '
Hawkoy Caps, and new Fall Auto
Caps, of any description, for ladles
and misses, 25c up at BLOCK'S.
Judge II. M. Grimes and Court Re
porter Barron went to Lexington yes
terday morning where , the Judge is
holding count. . .
Francis Norris and Charles Rincker
who attended the foot ball game at
Lincoln Saturday, returned borne yes
Drj J. K. Elms, of Lincoln, formerly
of this city, who had been transacting
business here for several days, will
return to Lincoln Saturday.
ARs Freda rpeRolf,4.of Chicago, who
had been visiting her uncle, John Da
Rolf and family for several weeks, re
turned home yesterday morning.
Don't forget The Leader is selling
Ladles' Plush Coats, sizes 1G to 4G,
with a guaranteed satin lining, for $15
which cannot be duplicated at whole
sale. TlfE LEADER.
, Mrs. J. H. Donegan and niece, Miss
Marguerite. Roddy, returned yester
day morning from Omaha and Lincoln
where they spent the week end.
G. :L. Alley, of Omaha, general bag
gago agent for the Union Pacific, spent
yefjtexilay, moaning here on business at
the local office while enroute to Clicy-'
enne. . ' j
I have a splendid assortment of
dress hats all. trimmed in the latest
novelties. Also a fine lino of trimmed
hats for $4.00' and" $5.00.. Miss Whit-,
taker at tlie Wilcox Dept. Store. 79-2
John Monick who was called hero
by the death of the late Charles
LIcrk, returned to Fremont last week.
Mrs. Monnlpk will visit here until
Sunday with her mother.
What could be more fitting for a gift
than a fine brilliant diamond? It will
prove a good investment as well as a
great joy to the possessor. Wo have
beautiful diamonds from the moderate
priced gems to the ,mt)st expensive.
1 DIXON, the Jeweler. ,
The M. M. M. Club were entertain
ed at card3 Friday evening 1y Mrs.
F. J. Wurtele and Mrs. J. E. Hegarty
at the Wurtele home. Prizes were won
in tho games by Leslie Raskins and
Mrs.W. R. .Malonoy. The evening
was onlivenedSwltlL several musical
selections.. A nicely prepared lunch
wad served in courses at midnight.
Tho funernlof the late Wm, Gar
man was lield at three o'clock Sun
day nftornqon from the homo of his
daughter, Mrs. E. -T. Ogler. Rev.
Barton was In charge of the services
and hymns were Bung by tho Presby
terian choir. Interment was made In
tho North Platto cemotory where a
largo numbor of friends followed tho
remains. Tho floral offering were
very beautiful. Pall bearers -were W.
J. Tlley, Edmond Dickey, F. Buchanan,
Ad. Boyorlo, A. W. Shilling and'L. U.
Dick. Tho G. A. R. attended tlio ser
vices In a body.
Miss yaunlta Hayes spent the week
end in Grand Island with 'friends.
Men's Suits from $8.50 up at Tho
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Brown of Lc
wollcn, aro spending a few days bore
The Catholic Girls', Club will be
entertained at tho homo of Miss Sadie
Shecdy tomorrow evening.
All wool Sweaters to fit anybody,
young or old, In nil shades, belted ef
fects, 9Sc up at BLOCK'S.
HI Smith and wife went to LcMoyne
Saturday morning to visit Mr. nnd
Mrs. Tony Pushman formerly of this
The boys Sunday school class of the
Presbyterian church will hold a Hnl
Jowe'on pa'rty this cvofUng nt tho
homo of their teacher Miss Flo
Men's Union Suits at G5 cents and
up at The Leader.
Miss Wllda Miller Anderson, ago
eighteen of Wallace, was adopted In
tho county court Suturday afternoon
by Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Anderson of
Mesdames A. W. Brown, A. AV. Shill
ing, L. L. Berthe and Jack Sinclair
will entertain a number of friends
at a Hallowe'en party this evening at
the home of Mr3. Brown.
Fur Trimmings by the yard at The
M. K. Neville was among the North
Platte people who witnessed the Corn-husker-Notro
Dame foot ball game at
Lincoln Saturday. Local attendants
say It was some game, the score at
all stages of the game being such
as ito keep the 8,500 spectators on
"their toes". The score was twenty to
nineteen in favor of the Nebraska
For Sale Five room cottage at 509
west Fifth street. Good out-bulldlngs,
nice lawn and trees, sewer connection,
electric lights, sidewalk and curbing.
For price and t6rms apply to Louis
Saturday afternoon was about tho
busiest day the local merchants have
had in months. The number of farmers
in town was unusually large and they
camo to town to buy. Between three
and five o'clock in tho afternoon
automobile's were so thick on Dowey
as 'to really require a traffib police
Hoodies that just
m-c-l-t in yoi'r mouth
Ifcht, flufTy, tt-ndcr
,cal:cc, biscuits and
doughnuts that just
k?op you hanging
'round die pantry all
made with Calumet
the cafost. nurcct. im
economical Baking Pow
der. Try it drive away
Chwip and big conBnklngPowdors do not
SAveyou money. Cnlumetdoea it'sPure
. ' T;- supe.lor t" sour milk anil soda.
ijJSwf Received Highest Award
vw 'it Slip m l'ound Van, j&kL
Vv baking pow0 A
To The nisunincc l'ubllcj.
The Insurance men residing in
North Plnite, and citizens therco'f, rep
resenting various insurance com
panies wTltlng Life, Fire, Accident
nnd Health Insurance, addressed the
following communication, October 11,
To the Chambor of Commerce, North
Thc undersigned Insurance mon nnd
citizens of your city, and Interested
In tho welfare of North Platto and vi
cinity nnd tho citizens, wish to express
our disapproval of you, as a body, en
dorsing nny business of spccinl In
surance, viz: Fidelity LlfeAssoclatlon,
ns an Inducement for them to make
headquarters within tho city. Wo wel
come open competition, but ask that
they como In of tholr own accord,
without any Indorsement of your body.
Before any action on your part, would
like to have you confor with a com
mittee from the undersigned In order
to discuss this matter."
For some unknown reason tho
above request was not granted by
the Chamber of Commerce.
The resolution adopted by tho
Chamber of Commerce in reference
to the Fidelity Life Association of Ne
braska Is misleading to the public, ns
it indicates that this company is an
old line comapny, when In fnct it has
only qualified with tho State Insur
ance Department as a purely Assess
ment Comapny and is only legally
authorized as such In this state, as
the following letter, under date of
October 22, 1915, and over the sig
nature of tho State Insurance Com
missioner will show.
"The Fidelity Life Association of
Lexington, Neb., ..is an Assessment
Comapny and as such Is not required
to make any deposit with this depart
Tho Insuranco Mens' Club,
Oct. 25, 1915. North Platte, Nob.
Wins from Sterling II! to 0. .
Tho North Platto high school foot
ball team, accompanied by fifty or
more rooters, wcnMo Sterling, Colo.,
last Friday nnd defeated the school
team of that town by a score of thir
teen to nothing. Touchdowns were
made by Cool and Kelly. The game was
well played by both teams, but North
Platte showed up the stronger.
In the evening a reception and
dance was tendered the North Platte
team, which proved very enjoyable.
The kindliest spirit exists! between
Will Add Second Story
Joseph Morsxh and Will Klenlr,"who
are having a business building erected
on Locust street between Sixth and
Fifth have concluded to build two
stories Instead of one, as atflrst con
templated. The second story will bo
used exclusively by tho Yeomen as
That this new building is to be two
story instead of one will add much to
its appearance and will not "cheapen"
Locust street as a one story building
Kunkel Family Hold a Reunion.
A reunion of the Kunlrlo family was
held Sunday, October 17th, athe home
of Mr. and Mrs,; Amandus Kunkel
southwest of town. Eight Children
and seventeen grandchldren were
present nnd a very happy day was
spent by nil. One of the enjoyable
features was tho three course dinner
The Kunkel fnmlly are old residents
of the county and. are among our best
G40 acres at G3c per acre all good
fanning and hay Jand, 1G0 acres in
cultivation, good five room house, barn
( for 8 head of horses, grainary 3Gx27.
, cement cave 12x18, good well, 10 ft
Sampson mill 30 ft steel tower, 10 ft
tank, 4 miles of cattle-wire fence.
ani,Ani 1 , , ....... 1 1 .. n
ouuuui huubu uu uuat bcu. jiiii;, uuc
9-11-34, G miles north of Wallace o.n B.
& M. road and 12 mile aouth of Suth
erland on U. P. Rnilrorfd. Address W.
R. Harding, North Platte, Nebr.81-
Knitrhts of Columbus Will Build.
Tho local council' of tho Knights of
Columbus aro making tho preliminary
arrangements for the erection of ni
building on the 44-foot frontage north
of the now Hotel McCabo. Tho pros-1
cut Intention is to erect a three story
uiuv ..III UJ M. i.v:4ii, lu lliu
city and to tho order.
It Is hoped to have all the prelim
inary arrangements completed no that
I work may start on the building enrly
Allison Tenm Wins.
Tho billiard tournament nt. Ibn RlkR
J Club which had been In progress for n
I couple of weeks, closed Sunday. Tho
j team captained by Ralph Allison won
'over Captain Joo Larson's tenm by
fifty-four points. Over .sixty players
( took part in the tournamont. Tho Lnr
. son team will pay for tho suppor1 which
. . . - . 1
(Siowurti smith win sorvo nt tho homo'
; Thursday evening at 7:30. j
For Knlo Cheap.
Tho two-story building bnck of tho
McDonald clothing otore. Seo Otten-
stein, or phone 258. Hit
LOCAL AND I'EKSONAL.
Misses Fern nnd Zoo Watts visited
In Brady tho later part of last week.
Mrs. John Cornett was taken ill
last week with symptoms .of typhoid
Mrs. W. R. Malonoy will entertain
tho 1110:11 bo rs of .the M. M. M. club this
Will Burke and Arthur Barraclough,
who wore visiting In Denver, enme
homo Sunday evening.
Attornoy J. G. Beolcr, who trans
acted business In Omnha last week, re
turned homo Friday.
Mrs. Andy Llddell returned Sundny
evening from Omaha nnd Columbus
where she vlaltcd last week.
When the eyes itch, smart, burn or
ache, thero Is something needed be
sides a ruu. You can't' remove eyo
defects with tho rub of a linger. You
very often cause Incrensed irritation.
C. S. CLINTON, Registered Optomet
rist. Look for tho sign with the
Who will appear in the All
Stars game in this City
Next Thursday Afternoon
Jack Coombs, pitcher for the
Henry, Catcher for the
Hohlitxel, first baseman for the
Steam Heat. Runninc Hot and
Cold ater in alj the rooms.
Corner 6th and Locust St.
I ikiLr.Ji& V'
Jri M lr sM 9iL
The Guard team of the- Yeomnn lodge
wll give their first annual ball nt tho
Lloyd opera house Thursday evening,
October 2Sth. At 8 o'clock the guard
team will bo drilled and' inspected by
Lleutonnnt AVljllamTd. Stoll, first lieu
tenant' of the (nftntry of tho U. S.
army. At 9 o'clock dancing will be
Misses Esther nnd Fnyo Elder loft
ycsterdnyjr Omaha to spend a week
Mrs. James E. Boyd and daughter
Mrs. ElllBBIerbowor, of Omaha, were
guests of Charles McDonald this week
while enroute to California. .
Tho Royal Nolghbors social club
will moot this nftornoon with Mrs. F.
W. Donaldson, 40S cast Elovonth
Tho Ladles' Auxiliary of tho B. of
R. T. will meet Friday afternoon, Oc
tobor 2flth, at the homo of Mrs. Porry
Buchanan, 520 west Second street.
The Rltner vs. Dunn and Waggoner
vs. State Bank of Maywood cases were
decided In tho . supromo court laslt
weok. Tno supremo court nfllrmed
tho decision of tho district court-In
There la little glorious about tho
service of tho submnrlnc. She is the
sneak of war's bloodthlrstlness, creep
ing upon l.er victim like n murderer In
the dark. For her thero Is no defiant
battletlng, no glint of sun on wnve, no
thrilling roar of battle. Sbo worms her
slimy way through the murk to kill
or bo killed In tho horridly practical
business of slaughter. Her seamen toll
amid mere machines. For the scent of
burning powder she supplies tho reck
of gasoline. Her crashing broadside
Is but tho hacking cough of compress
ed nlr. Ami her cud comes not with
mastheaded ensign, but upside down,
with her people tangled In tho gear.
And this is the service which takes the
strongest, tho bravest, tho dauntless.
Thero can, bo no trepidation in tho
spirit which guides tho submarine
twisting through the depths, where, if
she cannot be seen, she cannot see
and where death lurks everywhere.
Tho First Doctor. ,
'The oldest physician whoso exist
ence wns known practiced at tho court
of a Pharaoh of tho fifth dynasty
nbout C.O00 years ago. Ills popularity
with h)s master had apparently been
great, for the Pharaoh had given an
order that hu .should be supplied with
slabs of stone for his tomU similar to
those bo was having prepared for him
self. Ills private life hiid evidently
been less happy, for In every case the
name of his wife, had bee,M erased.
Splints found In the 'Nubian deserts
were slmllnr in principle to tipje of
the present day, and tho knots used to
keep tlicm ii yplaco wore, rpo.f knots,
tho same iis tlioso 110W taught to stu
dents. The bandaging, as today, was
done so that the folds crossed nt right
nngles, with a view to their being kept
In place. Palm Ilbor was used to serve
the function tTf cotton wool and a fine
linen to take tho place of gnuze.
His Ono Luxury.
A wealthy London dandy was noted
for always wearing cosUy flower in
his bjittuholq. Tien. ho lost all his
money Wti.' in tjmo beenmo shabby,
but still every day he wore a fresh
nnd expensive bouquet. Curiosity
prompted one of his old time friends
to ferret, oilt the reason, nnd he uls
covered that In the man's prosperous
dnys ho found It "a bit of a fag" to pay
for his flower every day, and so. In a
very lavish mood, ho struck a bargain
with tho florist that for a lump sum
down and it was not a small one ho
wns to be supplied with a fresh bou
quet of his own choice every day
for five years. The result was that.
although sometimes lie had not enough
ready cash for a crust of bread, ho was
nlways able to claim his flower and to
sport "a poppy or a Illy" as he walkod
down the Strand. London Answers.
Simple Nnil Filo.
Ono of the nicest null fill's you can
got Is a bit of whetstone, miy 0110 and
one-half Inches long. Try different
stoups and select the one wlmso to:
hire best suits the texture of your
nails. By using it frequently you can
eliminate the cutting of the nails. It
leaves a beautiful smooth edge on the
nail. Is quicker untl easier to use than
a steel file and. never produces any of
those unpleasant sensations that so
often nttend the uso of a steel nali Hie.
Horse of Another Color.
"Thnt's marvelous quick promotion
o' that no'er-dao-weel son 0' Donald
son's. They tell mo bo's been pro
posed for'a Held marshal."
"Aye! Ills father was awru' prood Vvct inuf of "mocks i ,Mi 5. Mui
till n wire com' sayln' It wis a mis- er's Addition. '
take. It wis n conrt martini." Lon
"Because they onco saved that city
to tills day gecso aro honored In Home."
"In that case if I were you I think
I'd go nnd live there, my dear." Kan
sas City Journal.
Getting It Straight.
Husband You spend altogether too
much money. Wife Not at all. The
rouble Is you don't mnko enough.
Now Orleans 'J'lmcs-Picnyuue.
Patience Was she shy on her birth
day? Patrice Oh, yes; sho was shy
about ten candles In her birthday cake
(.ciicral Hospital Notes
1 Dr. J. B. Rcdflcld has recently add
ed ncv decorations to his offco which
makes it very nttrnhtlvo.
Miss Loretta Tnlbott .iB-lmprovhig
at the North Platto General Hospita'.,
after hor Injury a week ago.
Mrs. H. D. Tlmmer Is able to be up
and around. She underwent an oper
ation at the North Platto General Hoti
pltn three wcoks ago.
Van Lawronco Is improving nnd In
now considered out of dnngor nt tho
North Platto General Hospital.
Mrs. W. A. Elklns, of Oshkosh, Is liri
proving after a serious operation ot
tho North Platto General Hospital.
Mr. Shrovor, of Maxwell, Is improv
ing nt the North Platto Gcncrnl Hos
pital where ho Is taking treatment for
sovoro Injuries ho received while stack
ing hay a short tlmo ago.
R. W. Crannoll, who underwent n
sorions operation at tho North Platto
General Hospital, is convalescing
nicely and Is able to sit up.
Miss A. M. Buckloy, a registered
nurso of Martin Falls, Ohio, has boon
secured ns superintendent of tho North
Platto General Hospital. (MIss Buck
loy hos had several years ot experi
ence In direction of nurses,
comos highy recommended.
Dr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Rcdflold spout
Friday nt tho Gothenburg barbacuo
and roport a very pleasant time.
Pino Lawn Manuro. Inquire of Joo
Spies, Phono Black 1G1.
HU IT HK.SOLVKD, By tho .Mayor ami
City Council of tho City ot North
IMntto, Lincoln County. Nebraska, slt
tlnn: at a regular mcotlurc ot tho Coun
cil 011 Octoliur nth, 1915. for tho pur
poses of hhhcnhIuk iluiiliiKcM In tho mut
ter of uiiproiirlatliiK private property
for struot purposes mid for tho opqniiiK
of a portion of Willow nnl "A" anil
"H" streets wlthlri- the City of North
Whereas, the Slnyor nnd Council of
tho City of North Platte, Nehrndkfl,
did on tho 2i)th day of June, 11)15, pur-
cnnHo rrom private owners 1110 101
IowIiik ileHcrllieil property to-wlt; He-
nuiiiiK nt tne .Norinensi cornor 01 ua
lorthwoHt (linirter (NWli) Of North
west cnmrtor (NWU). Section four (-4),
Township thlrteon (13) North. Hano
thirty (30) west of tho tith l. M., thonco
south alonn tho east lino ot snltl North
west qunrtor (NWU) of Northwcfat.
linirter (vi Mccnon iour
(1) 11 (llHtnnco of
feet,- thence west pnrnllcl with tho
north lino of Section four (1) a dis
tance of 3 IS. 5 feet, thonco north pnral
lol with tho east lino ot tho Northwest
quarter (NWU) of Northwest qunr
tor (NWU ) Section four H) 11 tllstunoo
of S.O feet thonco east parallel to tho
north lino ot salt! Section four (4) to
tho southwest cornor or lot rour tj
Hlook-rwo (2) to Selby's Subdivision
of 'ltnrK l'lat of n pnrt of Lot Kour,
(1). Section four (4). Township thir
teen (13) north, ltnnuo thirty (30)
West, thence south parallel to the east
Hue of tho Northwest qunrter (NWU)
of the Northwest quarter (NW',4) of
section four (4) 11 distance of 4 foot,
thonco' oast parallel to the north lino
of saht Section four (4) a distance of
138.24 feet thoiiPo north parullol to
tho east lino of Northwest qunrtor
(NWU) or ho Nortwosi quarior
(NWU) Section four (4) a distance of
four feet thence east narnllol to north
lino of Section four (4) n dlstanco ot
10 foot thence south, parallel to uio east
u..,.' .if-1 In. Nm-MiweHt miurtor (NWU)
of tlie.JCorthwo8t quarter (NW',4) Soc-
llOll lOlir (UHUUICU IIL 1
thonco east parallel to tho north lino
of tsuld Section four (4) a. distance ot
115.30 root, thence norm pnrniioi m
the east lino of said Section four (4)
a dlstanco of 250 foot, thoncn West
parallol to tho north lino of Section
four (4) a distance of 115.U0 foot, thenco
north pnrnllol to tho enst lino of North
west quarter (NWU) of" tho Northwest
qunrter (NWU ) Section four (4) a
dlstnuco of NO foot, thenco oast parnj-
lol to the north lino or Mocuon iour
(4) a dlstanco of 115.00 feet thence
north parallel to the oast lino of Worth
west qunrter (NWU) of the Northwcfst
qunrtor (NWU) Section fOUMO U dis
tance or iuj.u ieei. muiiyu .woni piMiii
lel to tho nortlv line of flection, WUr
(1) a dlstnuco of .115.90 feot, thehco
north parallel 10 uio easi 11110 ui
west quarter of tho Northwest quarter
(NWU) Soottoil four .(4) sv (Hstanc6 . of
111.0 feet, thence east parallel to tlio
tlni-tli. lino nt m'ctloil four (4) a dls
tanco of 115.00 foot thence north par
allel to the east lino of the Northwest
qunrtor (NWU) of tho Nortwcst quar
ter (NWU) Section four (4) a dlstanco
of 141.0 feet, thence west parallel to
the north lino of Section t a distance
of llfi.98 ,feet, thehco north parull?) to
tho onst line ot tho NorthwoBt quarter
(NWU) of , the Northwest quarter
(NWU) to -tho north lino of said sec
tion four (4) thence oaBt alonK tho
north lino of Section four (4) to plnce
of hoirlnulnif, for tho purpose of opeu
liiK streets anil for street Improves
inents, and whoras said tract was pur
chased for tho sum of $300.00 ortclUH
Ivo of any assessment together with
costs of purchaso utnountlnir to tho
sum of 190.00, same helnn a ronson
ahlc and Just sum and In tho opinion
of tho council the lowest amount for
which snld promises could bo obtained.
WHKIIUAS, said Council of snltl City
doem It expedient and best that tho
daninKCB nnd costs for snld appropria
tion bo nssesscd nnutriHt tho real prop
orty nearby that may bo especially ben-
TIUOIUCFOUK. UK ' IT H13SOLV13D.
11V TUB MAYOR and COUNCIL OV
TW3 CITY OK NORTH PLATTK, NK
HIIASKA: Thut tho property purchased by said
Cltv to bo paid for by damages and
i levied and iihbomhoiI upon tlo ronl
Iiroperiy intrreny eapogiuuy uuneiuimi
by such appropriation and that said
Council sit ns a Honrd of Kqunllzatlon
for tho purposo cqualllntr said damaKos
and costs of purchase and levying said
tax against such properties at tho reg
ular meotlng of tho Council to bo hold
Novombor 16th, 1915.
Said damages and costs to ho assessed
ngHlnst tho following described lands,
the same being the real property es
pecially benefitted, to-wlt;
uiockh 1 anu - or noioy s nuuiuuii,
Lots 1 nnd 8 n H ock 188 of tho
Orlglnnl Town of North Platto.
Blocks 5 nnd 12 of South Park Ad
dition. . , .
Lots 4 and C. Hloek 189 of tho Orlg-
1 Inal Town of North I'latte. ,
I .South half of Ulock 187, original
' town of North I'latto.
That p.irt or Lot 3 111 section aa,
Twp. 11 N., Hango 30 W., lying south
of Lots 5, 0, npd 7, Ulock 187 of tho
original town of North .Platto.
Hlocks 1 and 2. Hank's Addition.
Illocks C and 11 of South Park Ad
dition. Lots 0, 7 and 8, Ulock 189.
Hlocks 12 and 13, and cast half of
Hlocks 4 and 5, Miller's Addition
Lots 9 and 10, Wilson's Suli-dl vision
of Lots 5, fi, 7 and 8, Ulock 185 of tho
That part or Lot 3 In Sec. 33, Twp. 14
N.. Itango 30 south of Lots ,5, 0, 7 and
8 In Hloek 18(! of tho original town.
Block 1. 2, 3, I, 7, $, H and 10, South
I'asHod and approved this Cth day o'
K. H. IIVAN ,
C. P TI3.MPM3, City Clerk.
MRS. C. F. JOHNSTON, Prop.
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