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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
Uy Eleanor H. Porter
Corrlthtb, KU..r n. rnt
CHAPTER V Continued.
Just ns If I wns to blnmcl (But,
tlicn, we women alwuys get tlio blame,
I notice.) And then he'd attend strict
ly to the books for maybe five wholo
minutes before he asked another
question nbout tbnt party, or the vio
linist. Nnturnlly the lessons haven't
amounted to much, ns you can Imagine.
But the term was nearly finished, any
way; nnd my rcnl school Is In Boston,
It's vacation now. I .do hope that
will amount to something I
It hasn't, so far I mean v..
Itcnlly, what a world of disappoint
ment this Is I How on earth I'm go
ing to stand being Mary for three
months more I don't know. But I've
got to, I suppose. I've been hero May,
June, nnd July; nnd tbnt leaves Au
gust, September, and October yet to
come. And when I think of Mother
nnd Boston and Mnrle, nnd the darling
good times down there where you're
really wanted, I am simply crazy.
If leather wanted me, really wanted
me, I wouldn't enre a bit. I'd be will
ing to be Mnr- six whole months. Yes,
I'd be glad to. ilut he doesn't. I'm
Just hero by order of the court. And
what can you do when you're noth
ing but a daughter by order of tlie
Since the lessons ' have stopped,
Father's gone back to his "Good-morning,
Mary," nnd "Good-night," and
nothing else, day In nnd duy out.
Lately he's got so he bungs around
tho house an awful lot, too, so I can't
oven do the things I did the first of
the month. I mean that I'd been piny
Ing some on the piano, along ut the
first, after school closed. Aunt Juno
wns out In the garden a lot, and
Father out to the observatory, so I
just reveled In pluno-playlng till I
found nlniost every time I did It that
he hud come back, and was in the
library with the door open. so I
don't dare to play now.
And there Isn't a blessed thing to
do. Ob, I have to sew an hour, and
now I have to weed an hour, too;
nnd Aunt Jane trleu to have me lenrn
to cook; but Susie (In the kitchen)
flatly refused to have me "messing
around," so Aunt June had 1o give
that up. Susie's the one person Aunt
Jnno's nfrnlil of, you see. Sho always
threatens to leuve If unythlng goes
across her wlhes. So Aunt Juno has
to be careful. I heard her tell Mrs.
Small next door that gfd hired girls
were awfully Bcurce In Andersonvllle.
As I suld before, If only there wus
somebody here that wanted me. But
there Isn't. Of course Father doesn't.
That goes without saying. And Aunt
Jane doesn't. That goes, too, without
saying. Carrie 1 ley wood has gonu
awny for all summer, so I can't huvo
oven her, and of course, 1 wouldn't
associate with any of the other girls,
even If they would associate with mo
which they won't.
That leuves only Mother's letters.
They are dear, nnd I love them. I
don't know what I'd do without them.
And yet, sometimes 1 think maybe
they're worse than if I didn't have
them. They make, me so homesick,
and I always cry so after I get them.
Still, I know I Just couldn't live a
minute If 't wasn't for Mother's let
ters. Besides being so lonesome there's
another thing that worries me, too;
nnd that Is, thls-rwhut I'm writing, I
menu. The novel. It's getting awful
ly stupid. Nothing happens. Noth
ing! Of course, If 'twas Just u story
I could make up things lots of them
exciting, Interesting things, like
having Mother elope with tlie violin
ist, and Father shoot him nnd fall In
love with Mother all over again, or
else with' somebody else, and shoot
that one's lovor. Or muybo somcbodyVl
try to shoot Father, and I'd get there
Just In time to suvo him. Ob, I'd love
.But this Is a roul story, so, of course,
I can't puf In anything only Just what
nappons; ami uoiumg nnppens.
And that's another thing. About
tho lovo story I'm nfrald there Isn't
going to bo ono. Anyway, tlicro Isn't
a bit of a sign of ono, yet, unless It's
Mntbor. And of course, I bnven't seen
her for three mouths, so I can't sny
anything nbout that.
Father doesn't like ladles. I know
ho doesn't. Ho always runs away from
them. But they don't run awny from
hlni I Listen,
Quito n lot of them call bore to see
Aunt Jane, and they come Uots of
times evenings ana iatb afternoons
nnp( I kRow now why thoy do It. Thoy
como then because thoy think Futhor'll
beat homcupt that time ;and they
want to seer mm.
I,' know It now, but I never thought
of .It tll.tue. other day when Lrhcnrd
ourf hire glr.1, Susie, talking about -It
vylffi Bridget, the Smalls hired girl,
over the fence when I was weeding the
garden one day. Then I know. It wns
Mr. DarHm? had been over the
night before ns usual, and hnd stayed
an awfully Ion time tnlklng to Aunt
.Tnnp on (be front plnr.n. Father had
been then, too, awhile. Sho slopped
him on bis way Into the house. I wns
there and I board her. She wild:
"Oh, Mr. Anderson, I'm so' glad I
saw you I I wanted to ask your ad
vice nbout selling poor .dear Mr.
Darling's law library."
And then sho went on lo toll him
how she'd had nn offer, but she wasn't
sure whether It was n good one or
not. And she told him how highly she
prized his opinion, and ho was a man
of such splendid Judgment, and she
felt so alone now with no strong man's
shoulder to lean upon, nnd she would
be so much obliged If he only would
tell her whether he considered tbnt
offer a good ono or not.
Father hitched and ahemmcd and
moed nearer the door ull the time she
wns talking, and he didn't seem to
hear her when she pushed a chnlr
toward him and asked him to please
sit down and tell her what to do ; that
she was -so alone In the world since
poor deur Mr. Darling hnd gone. (Sho
always calls him poor dear Mr, Dar
ling now, but Susie says she didn't
when ho was ullvo; she cnlled htm
something quite different. I wonder
what It was.)
Well, as I nald, Father hitched and
fidgeted, and said he didn't know, he
wns -lire; that she'd better take wiser
cov ' than his, and that ho wns very
sorr, . out she really must excuse him.
And he got through the door while ho
was talking just us fast as he could
himself, so that she couldn't get In a
slnglo word to keep him. Then he
Mrs. Darling stayed on tho piazza
two whole hours longer, but Father
never came out nt all. again.
It was the next morning that Susie
said this over the back-yard fence to
"It docs beat all how popular this
house Is with the ladles after college
And Bridget chuckled and answered
"Sure It Is I An' I do be thlnkln' the
WIdder Durlln' Is a heap fonder of
Miss Jane now tluin he would have
been had poor dear Mr. Durlln' lived I"
And she chuckled ngulu, and so did
Susie. And then, ull of a sudden, I
knew. It wus Father Mrs. Darling
wanted. They came here to see him.
They Wanted to marry him. As If I
didn't know what Susie and Bridget
meant! I'm no child!
But all this doesn't make Father
like them. I'm not sure but It makes
him dislike them. Anyhow, he won't
huvo anything to do with them, lie
ulwnys runs uwuy over to aboobserva
tory, or somewhere, nnd won't see
them; und I've beard him say things
nbout theni to Aunt June, too words
that sound all right, but that don't
meun what they say, and everybody
knows they don't. So, as I said before,
I don't see any chance of Futher's hav
ing u love story to help out this book
not right away, anyhow.
As for my love story 1 don't see
any chance of that's beginning, either.
Vet, seems as If there ought to be tho
beginning of It by this time I'm going
on fifteen. Oh, there have been be
ginnings, lots of them only Aunt
Jane wouldn't let them go on nud be
endings, though I told her good and
plain tbut 1 thought It perfectly ull
right; und I reminded her about the
brook und river meeting where I stood,
nnd nil that.
But I couldn't inako her seo It ut
ull. Sho suld, "Stuff and nonsense"
nnd when Aunt Jane snys both stuff
nnd nonsense I know there's nothing
doing. (Oh, dear, that's slung! Aunt
Jnne says she does wish I would
eliminate tho slung from my vocabu
lary. Well, I wish she'd eliminate
Borne of the long words from hers.
Mario said that not Mary.)
Well, Aunt Jnne said-stuff nnd non-
Bense, nnd that "I wus much too young
to run around with silly boys. You
see, Charlie Smith hnd walked home
from school with mo twice, butil hnd
to stop tbnt. And Fred Small was get
ting so he wns over here n lot. Aunt
June stopped hlin. I'uul Mnyhow-
yes, Paul Mayhow, Stella's brother I -
enmo homo with me, too, and asked
mo to go vllh him nuto-rldlng. My,
how I did wnnt to. go I I wanted the
ride, of courst, but especially I, wanted
to go because he wns Mrs. Mnyhvw's
son. I Just wonted to shdw Mrs. May
how I But Aunt .nine wouldn'-t let me.
That's the time she talked specially
about running-around wlthsllly boys.
But she needn't have. I'aul Is no silly
boy. He's o'ld enough to got'u license
to drlvo his own car.
But It wns'n'.t Just because die was
young that Aunt Jnno I'ofuscd.
found out aftorward. it was-because
he was any kind of n man paying me
attention. I found that out through
Mr. Claudo Livingstone. Mr. Living
stono brings our groceries. He's n real
young gentlomnii tall, blnclc mus
tuche, nnd lovely dark eyes. Ho goes
to our church, and ho asked mo to- go
to tho Sunday-school picnic with him
I wns so pleased, And I supposed, of
cpurse, Aunt Jnno would lot mo go
with him. Ho's no silly boy! Besides,
I knew him r6al well, 'and liked him
I used to talk to,hlm quite a lot when
no urougirt tno groceries.
But did Aunt Jane let inn iro? Sim
did not. Why, .sho seemed nlmost
moro. shocked tlum she hnd .been over
wuuu uuum &'vu BUllMl, (lull I
"Mercy, clMldl" she exclaimed.
tnVheroln M6 wotfiLdo you pick-up
tUMOjpeop'lor' . And 'sho brought out
that ."those .neonlo" so disagreeably
Why, -.you'd, think Mr. Icryjngsto'ifc wds
n foreign Japanese, or something.
I told her then quietly, and with
dignity, und tflth no temper (showing),
tbnt Mr. Livingstone was not a foreign
Japanese, but wns n very idee gentle
man; und that I had not picked him
up. He came to her own door himself,
nlmost every day. .
"My own door!" exclaimed Aunt
Jnne. And she looked absolutely
frightened. "You menu to tell me that
that crenture has been coming here to
see you, nnd 1 not know It?"
I told her then again quietly and
with dignity, and without temper
(showing) that he hnd been coming,
not to seo me, but In the natural pur
suance of his profession of delivering
groceries. And I said that he was
not n creature. On the contrary, he
wns, I was sure, an estimable young
man. He went to her own church nnd
Paul Is No Silly Boy. He's Old Enough
to Get a License to Drive His Own
Sunday school. Besides, 1 could vouch
tor li tin myself, us I knew him well,
Having seen and tuiked witli lilm al
most every duy for a long while, when
be cume to the house.
But nothing I could say seemed to
huvo tho least effect upon her ut ull,
only to make her angrier and angrier,
If anything. In fact I think she
showed a great deal of temper for a
Christian woman about a fclIov Chris
tian m ner own church.
But she wouldn't let me go to tho
picnic; and not only that, hut I think
she changed grocers, for Mr. Living
stone hnsn't been here for a lon time,
nnd when I usked Susie where lie wus
Bhe looked funny, and said we weren't
getting our groceries where Mr. Liv
ingstone worked any longer.
Well, of course, that ended that.
And there hasn't been any other since.
That's why I say my love story doesn't
seem to be getting nlong very well.
Nnturnlly, when It gets noised uround
town that your Aunt Jane won't let
you go anywhere with a young man,
or let a young man come to see you,
or even walk home with you after the
first time why, the young men aren't
going to do very much tow ard making
your dally life Into n love story.
TWO WEEKS LATER.
A queer thing happened Inst night.
It was like this:
I think I suld before what an aw
fully stupid time Mary Is having of It,
and how I couldn't play now, or nrako
nny noise, 'cuuso Futber bus tuken to
Imaging uround the house so 'much.
Well, listen whnt happened:
Yesterday Aunt, June went to spend
the day with her host friend. Sho
said for me not to leave .the house, as
some member, of the family should be
there. She told me to scw an hour,
weed an hour,' dust the house down
stairs nud upstairs, and rend some Im
proving book nn hour. The rest of
tho time I might nmuse myself.
Amuse myself! A Jolly time I could
hnve nil by myself 1 Even . Fnthcr
wasn't to be 'home for dinner, so I
wouldn't have that exclnjment. Ho
wus out of town, and wns not to como
home till six o'clock.
It wns an awfully hot day. The sun
Just heat down, nnd there wasn't a
breath ofvalr. By noo.n I was simply
crazy with my .stuffy, lon,g-slecved,
high-necked blue 'glnghnm dress and
inygrcnt clumpy shoes. It seemed all
of a sudden as If I ooullln't stniul It
not nnnther minute not a slnglo min
ute' more to be Mary I mean. And
suddenly I determined that for a while
Just a little while, I'd bo M-urlV again.
Why couldn't 1? There .wasn't nny
body going to bo there hut Just my-self.-all
I run then upstnlrs to the guest
room closetwhere Aunt Jnno hail made
me put nil my Mario drosses nnd
things when the Mary 'ones came.
Well, I got out tho very flufllcst, soft
est white dress thero'was there, and
tho little white slippers and the silk
-'ocklngs tbnt I loved, arid thv blue
s'lk sash, nnd the little , gold locket
and chnln .thit,t Mother gavo me 'thnjt
nnt Jnno wouldnt let me wear. And
I dr.essed up. My, didn't I dress up?
And I Just.throw.thosoold heavy shoes
nnd "black cotton stockings- Into tfio
corner, nnd tlio bluo . gingham dress
after them (though Mary went right
nwny.nnd plckod tho dress up, add
hung It In tlio dosct, o'f course ; ,but
I had tho fun at throwing 'It. aiiyai,
TO BE CONTINUED.
Tlotesolas, HoXer Muste
OUR BEST FRIBNDS I
TREAT THEM AS SUCH
Don't abusa or misuse tho greatest I
friends you have your oyosl Modern!
business nnd prosant day busy-noss
tax thorn sovoroly. Watch thorn. Thoy I
ane couBianuy cnanging anu wenK-
whether you know it or not.
:iy sate. Se an optical specialist.
m muy not nood glasses still, you
may. Ho will know. You ought to.
DIXON OPTICAL CO.
DR. J. R. McKIRAHAN
Practice Limited to Dlseasse of
Women and Surgery
Over Rexall Drug Store
Phones: Office 127 Residence 656
DR. y. I. SHAFFER
Over tho Oasis
J. S. TWINEM. M. D.
Medicine nnd Surgery
Hospital Facilities s
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
Office Phone 183 Residence 283
' W. E. Shuman, Attornoy
To Addison E. Erb, executor of the
cstato of Henry B. ,Erb, docensed,
Addison. B. Erb and Elizabo'h Erb,
his wife, Genora E. Bonnethum and
Clinton Bonnethum, her husband, Lin-
nlo Kirk and Reuben Kirk, her hus
band, Harry Erb and Donald Graff,
You and each of you aro heroby
noiuieu mat tno iirst national lianK
of Froeport, Illinois, a corporation, 1
commenced an action In Urn District two cand!dateg for stato, suporintend
Court of Lincoln County, Nobraska, cnt of PubHo TnstriI,,nn. ns nrnv,,1oi.
on May 29, 1922 against you and each
of you as defendonta, the object and
prayer of tho petition filed In said
action being to foreclose a certain
mortgage made, executed and delivered
by one Henry B. Erb (since decoas-
OH) to tlio First National Bank ot
Freoport, Illinois, a corporation, on
May 14, 1920 and which mortgage
was given to secure payment ot a
npte in tho principal sum of Fifteen
Hundred and no I 100 dollars ($1,500)
bearing tho same date and with in-
torest at 7 per anum-from said date,
tho said mortgage convoying to the
said plaintiff as security for tho pay-
mont of said debt all of tho North-
west Quarter (NWK) of section Five
(B).ln Township Fifteen (lo) North
ut iiango xiuriy ,av) west oi u p. m
In Lincoln County, Nebraska, and be
lug recorded on May 21, 1920 In Mort
gage Record 56 at Pago 9 of the Re-
cords of Lincoln County, Nebraska
and to cause tlio said premises to bo
sold to satisfy tho amount due upon
said mortgago and to bar the defend
ants and each of them from all in
terests, rights, title and oqulty of re
demption in tho said premises.
You are required to answer said
petition on or beforo tho 17th day
ot July, 1922.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FREE-
PORT, ILLINOIS, A Corporation.
By Wm. E. Shuman
NOTICE OF PETITION
Hstato f Rhoda A. Edmiston do-
coasod in tho County Court ot Llncolv
Tho State of Nobraska. To all per
sons Interested In snld Estato take
notlco that a petition has been filed
for Uio administration of said estato
nml for tlio appointment of Edwin W.
Wright ns Administrator of said ostato
whlck has been sot for hearing horoln
on Juno 30, 1922 at 10 o'clock a. m.
Dated May 29, 1922.
WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
Seal County Judgo.
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Notlco Is horcby glvon that the
Board of County Commissioners ot
L'ncu'ti County, Nebraska, will on the
5th day of Juno 1922 receive sealed
bids for tho caro of tho County Poor
for tho balnnco ot the year 1922, ns
por specified bidding forms on fllo in
tho County Clork's office.
All bids must bo fllod with tho
County Clork on or beforo 12 o'clock
noon of tho 5th day ot Juno 1922, and
will bo publicly opened in tho offlco
t the tunt CommUxJo.Tovi at 2 P.
M. of tho same day.
Dated at North Platto, Nebraska,
this 16th day of May, 1922.
(Soal) A. S. ALLEN, County Clork.
NOTICE OF TAKING UP BSTRAY
Takon up by tho undoralgned at
2100 Bast Sixth stroot, County of Lin
coln, StAte ot Nebraska; on tho 9th
day ot May 1922: Ono vhlto-facefl
3-yoar old holfor; brand on loft side.
II. V. Paatued, o F. J. Broonver'a
Itetod thU li day ot May 192.
oisoi: yr. D. CRAW.
Como In and see mo when In need
ot Tai Loans. At tho present time
l Qtm mtnyke a few Fam Lonns
T. 0. SWENSON
UNION STATE BANK
! By virtue of tho authority vested
In mo by law and In accordnnco with
Section 2159 of tho Revised Statutes
of Nobraska, I, A. S. Allen, County
Clork of Lincoln County, State of
'Nobraska, do hereby Uroct and pro
House 7L3J lalm tmU ft PrImcliy Election be
i1,eld ,n tho amoral voting places
fIlu,n uoumy, stato oi ncor-
usku, on uuesuay uio ism uay ot
July 1922, during tho hours de? 'it
od by law for tho following purposes,
For tho nomination by each of tho
political parties ono candldato for
United States Senator.
For tho non-polltlcal nomination of
two candidates for Judge of tho Sup
remo Court for tho Sixth Supremo
Court Judicial District as provided
by the Constitution of tho State of
For tho nomination by each of tho
( political parties of one candldato for
.Congressman from the Sixth Congres
sional District within tlio Stato of
For tho nomination by each of the
po'lltlcal parties of tho following can
didates for Stato Offices, to-wlt
One Lieutenant Governor
Ono Secretary of Stato.
Ono Auditor of Public Accounts
Ono Stato Treasurer
One Attorney Genmul
Ono Commissioner ot Public Lands
One Railway Commissioner
For tho non-nolltleal nomtnnttnn rf
Pnr ,,, nnmtnnttnn w ,, , ,
polItlcal partleg ono atate for
stato Sonator from ,llfl anM, RAnnt.
orlal D,8trlct as apportJoned by tho
Segslon lawg of 1921-
For tho nomlnatIon by each of the
polIUcal partleg of one candI(ato for
tho gtato Ropresontatlvo from 89th
Distrlct ag apportloned hy tUo gegs!on
Tnwn nf iqoi
pollUcal partles Qf onQ candIdate for
gtato Repregentatlve from tho 90th
n,strI(,t ns nnnnrtini hv t,ln s,nn
T . 10o,
For tho nomlnaUon 1)y each ot the
m,cal partIog Q thQ fol,ow
(lldates j0r County Offices, to-wlt-
, Ono County Clerk.
I Ono County Treasurer
i One Register of DeedB
I Ono Sheriff
Ono County Attorney
t One County Surveyor
Ono County Commissioner from the
For tho non-piolitlcal nom.lnarlon
,of two candidates for County Super
intendent of .Public Instruction as
provided by law.
j Polls will open at 8 a. m. and ro-
main open until 8 p. m. of tho same
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official
seal this 26th day ot May, A D. 1922.
A. S. Allen
(SEAL) County Clerk
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received at tho
offlco of tho Stato Dcnartmcnt of Pub-
lie Works, fourth floor Brownoll Block
at Lincoln, Nebraska, until 12 o'clock,
noon, on Juno 12, 1922, for gravel, sur
facing, culvorts and Incidental work
on tho North Platte-Vroman Crossing
Project No. 170, Federal Aid Road.
Bids will bo opened and contracts
let in tho Scnato Chamber, Capital
Building as fast as practlcablo after
tlmo for filing bids Is closed. County
Boards are heroby requested to be
nrosont or represented. Bidders aro
Invltod to bo present.
Tho proposed work consists' of con
structing 26.326 miles of Gravel road.
Tho approxlmato quantities nro:
18,500 Cubic yards earth excava
tion. 1,191.04 Sta. Blado grador construc
tion. 17.G00 Cu. Yds. Clay excavation
100 Cu. Yds. Special excavation
Class A Grading.
10 Cu. Yds. Special excavation
Class B Culvert
6,000 Cu. Yds. Sta. overhaul.
14,500 Cu. Yds. MI. Hauling clay
27.25 Cu. Yds. Concreto for Hoad
walls. 552 Lin. ft Wood Guard raiL
78 Lin. ft. 18 in. Corrugated
Un. ft. 14 tn. Corrugated
2 Lin. ft 86 to. Corrugated
280,711 Sq. Yds. 4x20 Graved surfac
ing. 21.9J7 S. Yds, &xM Gmvol sur
facing. 5,133 q. YsW. 3kS0 Gravel sur-Jadag.
Class B, Grading.
200 Cu. Yds. Spoclal excavation
Certified chock for 5 por cont of tho
amount of tho bid will bo required
with oach nnd ovory bid received.
Plans and specifications for tlio
work mny ho seen and Information
and proposal forms secured at tho of
fice of tho County Clerk at North
Platte, Nobraska or at tho offlco of
the Stato Department of Public Works
at Lincoln, Nobraska.
Tho Stato and County rosorvo the
right to wnlvo nil technicalities and
reject any or all bids.
A. S- ALLEN,
County Clork, Lincoln County.
GEO. E. JOHNSON,
Halllgan, Bcatty, & Halllgan, Attys.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate No. 1884 of Louis Rayomo, de
ceased in tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nobraska.
Tho Stato of Nobraska, ss: Credit
ors of suld estate will take notlco that
tho time limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said estate
is Sept. 13, 1922, and for settlement
of said Estate Is May 9, 1923; Uiat
I will sit at tho county court room
In said County on Juno 13th, 1922,
at 10 o'clock a. m. and' on Sept. 13,
1922 at 10 o'clock a. m., to receive,
examino, hear, ollow, or adjust all
claims and objections duly filed.
Dated May 9, 1922.
T. S. Blankenburg,
Acting County Judjie
riiyslclnn, Obstetrician, Surgeon
Calls promptly answered Night or Day
Phones. Office 642 Residence G76
DR. HAROLD FKXNKR
Office Phono 333 Ros. Phono 1020
DR. M. B. STATES
Rooms 6. 6, 7 Building & Loan Bldg.
Office Phone 70 Res. Phono 1242
Office Phone 241 Res. Phone 217
L. C. DROST
North Platte, Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
MRS. M. HENRY GILFOYL
Teacher of Yoice Culture
Art of Singing
Res. Studio 108 W. Third Phono 114J
OTIS R. PLATT, M. D.
Physician und Surgeon
v DIagnoss and Treament
Over Union Stato Bank
Office Phono 296W House Phono 296R
GEO. B. DENT
TJiysIcIan and Surgeon
Special Attention Given to Surgery'
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Office 130 Resldonco 115
DR. L. A. SNAVELY
X-Itay Diagnosis Oxygen nnd
Gas Anesthesia for Extractions.
Over Union Stato Bank
DERRYBERRY & FORBES
Undertakers nnd Funeral Directors
Day Phono 41 Night Phono Black 538
Eyes examined, Glasses fitted. Sat
isfaction, sure. Clinton & Son
W. T. FRITCHARD
Ex-Govornmont Veterinarian and. ex
assistant deputy Stato Veterinarian.
Hospital 315 South Vino Street
Phones. Hospital 633 Resldonco 635
For dates and terms call at
First National Bank
North Platto, Nob.
Makes or Repairs anything made of
Tin or Sheet Metal.
510 Locust Under General Hospital
joiin s. snrars, jti; d.
Special Attention Glvon to
. McDonald Bank Building
Offlco Phono 83 Resldonco 33
Choice lot of young Rod Poll bulls
at farmora prices at
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM
South Dowoy Street
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