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THE NORTH PLATTE SKMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
Hy Eleanor H. Porter
cfrriftibr euum il. r.ru.
('HAPTEN V Continued.
Oil, how good thoc Mario "hltigH did
feci to Mary's hot, dried flesh nnd
bones, nnd how I did dunce and sing
around the room .In those light little
slippers 1 Then Susie rnng the dinner
bell nnd I went down to the dining
room fooling like n really truly young
Indy, I enn tell you.
Susie stared, of course, and said,
"My, how fine wo are todnyj" But I
didn't mind Susie,
Aftor dinner I went nut -Into the hall
nnd I sang nil over the house. Then
I went Into the parlor nnd played
every lively thine thnt I could think
of on the plnno. And I sang there,
toosilly little songs thnt Marie used
to sing to Lester, And I tried to
think I wns really down thoro to Bos
ton, singing to Lester; and that Moth
er was right In the next room wnltlng
Then I stopped nnd turned around
on the plnno stool, nnd the room was
Just as still ns denth. And I knew
I wasn't In Boston. I was there In
Andersonvlllc. And there wasn't nny
Baby Lester there, nor nny mother
wnltlng for me In the next room. And
nil the Huffy white dresses and silk
stockings In the world wouldn't mnko
me Marie. I was really Just Mnry,
and I had got to have three whole
months more of It.
And then Is when I begnn to cry.
'And I cried Just as hard as I'd been
singing n minute before. I wns on
the floor with my head In my arms on
the piano stool when Father's voice
came to me from the doorwny
"Mnry. Mnry. whnt In the world
does this mean?"
I Jumped up and stood "nt atten
tion," the way you have to, of course,
when fathers speak to you. I couldn't
help showing I. had been crying he
had seen It. Hut I tried very hard to
ston now. My llrst thoaght, after my
startled realization that ho was there,
was to wonder how long he had been
thoro how much of all that awful
singing nnd banging he had heard.
"Yes, sir." I tled not to have my
voice shake as I said It ; but I couldn't
quite help that
"What Is the meaning of this, Maryl
Why arc you crying?"
I shook my head. I didn't wnnt to
tell him, of course; so I Just stam
mered out something nbout being sorry
I hnd disturbed him. Then I edged
toward the door to show him that If
he would step one side I would go
nwny at once nnd not bother hint nny
Dut he didn't step one side, fie
asked more questions, one right utter
"Are you sick, Mary?"
I shook my head.
"Did you hurt yourself?"
I shook my head again.
"It Isn't your mothe: you hnven't
l:nd bad news from bur?"
And then I blurted It out without
thinking without thinking nt all what
1 was saying: "No. no but 1 wish I
had, I wish I had; 'cause then I could
go o her, and go away from herel"
The minute I'd said It I knew what I'd
said, and how awful It sounded ; ami I
dapped my lingers to my lips. But 't
was too late. It's always too late,
when you've once said It. So I Just
Waited for him to thunder out his
linger; for, of course, I thought he
would thunder In rago and righteous
Uut ho didn't. Instead, very quietly
nnd gently he snld: s
"Are you so unhappy, then, Mary
And I looked nt him, nnd his eyes
and his mouth and his whole face
weren't nngry at all, They weroJust
sorry, actually sorry. And somehow,
before, 1 knew k, I was crying again,
nnd Father, with his nrm mound me
with Ids nrm around me I think of
thnt 1 was leading mo to the sofa.
And I cried and cried there, with ray
Head on the arm of -the sofa, till I'd
made a .big tear spot on the linen
cover; and I woudcred If it would dry
up before Aunt'Jano saw It, or If It
would change color or leak through to
the red plush underneath, or sonic
other dreadful thing. And then, some
way, I found myself telling It all over
to Father about Mary and Marie,
mean, Just as If he was Mother, or
some one I loved I mean,somo one;I
loved nnd wasn't afraid 'of; for of
course I love Father. Of courso X do I
Well, I told hint everything (when I
gqt started there wus no stopping)
kII nbout how hard It was to be Mary,
id how today I had tried to bo Marie
for Just a little while, to rest me. He
Interrupted here, and wanted to "know
If that was why I looked so different
today mbre ai I had when J. first
enme ; and I said yen, that these were
Marie things that Mary couldn't wear,
And when he asked, "Why, prayr hi
a vole almost croas, I told him, e
course, that Aunt Jane wouldn't let
UJL that. Mary had to wear brown
m-rge mid cailsKlll ooois mm weru
durable, ami that would wear woll.
And when I told him how sorry I
wns about the music and such a noise
.... ... I . ..,.... I 11. ..4
an 1(1 IM'l'll IIIUKIIIR, lie united n umi
was Marie's fault, too; and I said yes,
of course that Aunt .lane didn't HKe
to have Alary piny at all, except
hjuitiis and funernl marches, nnd Mary
didn't know any. And ho grunted n
queer little grunt, nnd said. "Well,
well, upon my soul, upon my soul!"
Then he said, "Go on." And I did go
I told him how I wns nfrald It was
going to bo Just like Dr. Jokyll and
Mr. Hyde. (I forgot to say I've read
It now. I found It in Father's library,)
Of course not Just like it, only one of
tuo was going to bo bad, and one good,
I wns nfrald, If I didn't look out. I
told him how. Mario nlwnys wanted to
kick up rugs, and move the chairs out
of their sockets In the carpet, and
leave books around handy, and such
things. And so today It seemed as if
I'd Just got to have a vacation from
Mary'8 hot gingham drosses and
clumsy shoes. And I told him how
lonesome I wus without anybody, not
anybody; and I told about Charlie
Smith and Puul Mnyhew and Mr.
Claude Livingstone, und how Aunt
Inno wouldn't let me have them,
either, e.vcn If I wns stnndlng where
the brook and river meet.
Father gnvc another funny little
grunt here, nnd got up suddenly and
walked over to the window. I thought
nt llrst ho wns nngry; but ho wasn't.
He wns even more gentle when he
came back and sat down itgaln, nnd
he seemed Interested, very much Inter
ested In everything I told him. Uut I
stopped Just In time from saying again
how I wished I could go back to Bos
ton; but I'm not sure but he knew I
wns going to say It.
Uut ho was very nfcq nnd kind nnd
told me not to worry nbout the music
thnt he didn't mind It at all. He'd
been In several times nnd heard It.
And I thought almost, by the way ho
spoke, that he'd come In on purpose to
henr it; but I guess thnt was n mis
take, lie Just put It that way so I
wouldn't worry over It about Its
bothering him, I mean.
He wus going to say more, maybe;
.but I don't know. I had to run. I
heard Aunt Jane s voice on the piazza
saying good-by to the lady that hud
brought her home ; so, of course, I had
to run and hang Marie in the closet
und get out Mnry from the corner be
fore she saw me. And I did.
Uy dlnncr-tlme I had on the ging
ham dress and the hot clumsy shoes
again ; und I had wushed my face In
cold water so I had got most of the
tear spots off. I didn't wnnt Aunt
Juno to sec them und nsk question;, of
course. And I guess she didn't. Any
way, she didn't say anything.
Father didn't say anything, either,
but ho acted queer. Aunt Jane tried
to tell him something about the mis
sionary meeting und the heathen, und
n grout famine that wns ruglng. At J
llrst he dldift say anything; then he
said, oh, yes, to be sure, how very In
teresting, and ho wns glad, very glad.
And Aunt Jano wns so disgusted, and
nccused him of being even more ub-sent-mtmled
than usual, which wus en
tirely unnecessary, she said.
But even that didn't move Father a
mite. He Just said, yes, yes, very like
ly; nnd went on scowling to himself
nnd stirring his coffee nfter he'd
drank It nil up I menu, stirring
where It had been In the cup.
I didn't know but aftor supper h'0
speak to mo and ask me to come to
the library. I hoped ho would. There
wore lots more things I'd like to hnve
sutd to him. Uut he didn't. He never
said a word. Ho Just kept scowllnc.
and got up from the tablo and went off
by himself. Uut he didn't go out to
the observatory, us he most generally
does. He went Into the library and
shut the door.
He was there when the teleph6ne
message came at eight o'clock. And
what do you think? He'd forgotten he
was going to speak before tho Col
lege Astronomy club that evening!
Forgotten his 'old stars for once. I
don't know why. 1 did think, for a
minute, 'twas 'cause of me what I'd
told him. Uut I knew, of courso, right
nwny that It couldn't bo that. Ho'd
never forgot His stars for me I Prob
ably he 'was Just reading up about
some other stars. or hod forgotten
how Into It was, or something. (Fa
titer's always forgetting things,') Uut,
anyway, when -Aunt Jano called hint
he goUils hut nnd hurried olY without
so much as one word to mo, who was
standing near, or to Aunt Jano, who
was following him nil through tho hall,
nnd telling htm In her most I'm
nmazed-at-you voice how shockingly
uuseni-minued no was getting to Uo.
ONE WEEK LATER.
1'uMier's been awfully queer this
whole week through. I can'.t muko
him out ut ull. Sometimes I think he's
glad 1 told him ull tlioio things lit tho
purlor thut dny I drosaed up In Murlo's
things, und sometimes I think bo's sor
ry und wished I hadn't.
juie very next morning ho came
uown to breakfast with such a funny
look on his face, lloaald good-morn
lug to uie three times, and all through
breakfast ho kept looking over 'at mo
with u kind ofvseow.l that wus not
cross at ull Just -puzzles.
After brewkfastMiu didn't go .out to
the observatory,, not oven lnjo the
library. He udgeted around tha din
ing room till Aunt June went out
lito tho'kttchcu to glve.henordcrs'to
Susie ;theu die burst out, all of a
"Well, Mary, .what shall we do tfl
day?" Just like that ho said 'it, as It
yrt'il been doing" things "together evory
'day of eur Uvea.
"B-dor I asked; and I know I
showed how. surprised I wasfby the
waX I .afauttin'crpl ami Jjtwhoil.up,
"Certainly, do," lie nnswored, lmpn
tlent and scowling. "What shall wo
"Why, Father, I I don't know," I
"Come, come, of course you know!"
he cried, "You know what you want
to do. don't you?"
I shook my head. I wns so nston
Ished I couldn't even think. And whon
you can't think you certainly can't
"Nonsense, Mary," scowled Father.
"Of course you know what you want
to do! What are you in the habit of
dqlng with your young friends your
Carries and Charlies, and nil the
I gue.j)8 1 Just stood and stared nnd
didn't sny anything; for nfter n min
ute he cried: "Well well well' I'm
"Why, we wo walk nnd tnlk und
play games," I began ; but right nwny
aoou I very wen, men, niuu,
I'm not Cnrrlo or Charlie, but I bo
Hove I can walk and talk perhaps
even piny games. Who knows? Come,
get your hat."
And I got my lint, and we went.
Uut what a funny, funny walk thnt
wns! He mennt to mnko It a good
one, I know he did. And he tried.
He tried rent hard. But he walked
so fast I couldn't hnlf keep up with
him; then, when he saw how I was
hurrying, he'd slow down, 'way down,
He Didn't Say Much at First.
and look so worried till he'd forget
and go striding off again, 'way ahead
We wont up on the hill through the
Benton woods, and It was perfectly
lovely up there. He didn't say much
at first. Then, nil of n sudden, ho be
gun to tnlk, nbout anything nnd every
thing. And I knew, by the wny ho
did It. that he'd Just happened to
think he'd got to talk.
And how he talked ! He imkcd mo
was I warmly clad (and here It Is
August!), and did I hnve n good break
fast, and how old was I, and did I en-
Joy my studies which shows now lit
tlo he was really thinking " hat he was
saying. He knows school closed uges
ago. Wasn't he touching me himself
the Inst of It, too? All around us were
flowers und birds, und oh, so many,
many lovely things. But he never said
a word about thorn. Ho Just talked
because he'd got to tnlk. I knew tt,
and It miido mo laugh Inside, though
all the while It mane me sort of want
to cry, too. Funny, wusn't It?
After u time he didn't tulk nny more,
but Just walked on und on ; nnd by and
by wo came home.
Of course, It wusn't awfully Jolly
that walk wasn't; and I guess Father
didn't think It was either. Anyhow,
ho hasn't asked mo to go again this
week, and ho looked tired nnd worried
and sort of discouraged when ho got
back from that one.
But he's asked mo to do other
things. The next day utter the walk
ho asked' me to play to him. Yos, ho
asked mo to; and ho went Into tho
parlor nnd sat down ott one of tho
chnlrs und listened whllo I played
three pieces. Of course,, I dldn'tplny
loud ones, nor very fast ones, "nnd 'I
was so scared I'm n'fruh'l 1 dldn't.plny
them very well. But, he wus very po
lite nnd sutd, "Thank you. Mnry," nnd,
"Thut wns very nleo" ; alien ,he stood
up nnd snld, "Thnnk you" again and
went uwny Into tho library, vory po
Ute, but stiff, like company.
The noxt'cvotilug ho took mo out to
tho observatory to sob the stars. That
wns lovely. Honestly I hnd nperfeat
ly beautiful t4me, und IjIWnk Father
did, too. He .wasn't stiff and .po'llto
ono bit. Oh, I don't mean that ho was
Impollto or rude. It's Just that ho
wnsn't stlff ,as If I wus company. And
ho was so happy with his stars and
Ids telescope, und so glad to show
them to me oh, I had n beautiful
time., and I,toId him so; and ho looked
real pleased. But Aunt Jano came for
mo before I'd had hnlf enough, andI
hud to go to bed.
Tho next morning I thought ho'd be
different, somehow, because we'd had
such a lovely time together tho night
before. Bnt he wasn't Ho JusJt ?ald,
"Good utoriftng, Mary!" and began to
read his paper. AnU lK"reud his pa
per all through, breakfast without say
ing another word to me. Then lie got
up and went Into tho library, andfl
nevor saw him again Vlltlay 'except
at dlnnor-ttoro nmlflupper-ttmo. and
then Hie didn't) talk to me.
w be "coiraNjrep.
By virtue of tho authority vosted
in ma by law and In accordance with
flection' 2159 of tho Revised Statutes
of Nobraska, I, A. S. Alien, County
clerk of Lincoln County, State of
N'ebraska, do horoby. Mrcct tuid pro
claim thnt n Prima Election ho
held In tho several voting places
within Lincoln County, State of Ncbr
1 iska, on Tuesday the 18th day of
July 1922, during tho hours d i
')d by law for tho following purpo ca,
For tho nomination by each of tho
political partlos ono candidate for
I'nltod States Senator.
For tho non-political nomination of
two candidates for Judge of tho Sup
remo Court for tho Sixth Supremo
rourt judicial District ns provided
1)y tho constitution of tho State of
For tho nomination by each of tho
, political partlos of ono candidate for
i Congressman from the Sixth Congres
jsional District within tho Stato of
For tho nomination by each of tho
political parties of tho following can
didates for Stato Offices, to-wit
Ono Lieutenant Governor
One Secretary of State.
Ono Auditor of Public Accounts
Ono. Stato Treasurer
Ono Attorney Genoiui
Ono Commissioner of Public Lands
Ono Railway Commissioner
For tho non-political nomination of
two candidates for State Superintend
ont of Public Instruction, as provided
For the nomination by each of tho
political parties one candidate for
State Sonator from tho 30th Senat
orial District as apportioned by tho
Session laws of 1921.
For tho nomination by each of the
political parties of one -candidate for
tho Stato Representative from the 89th
District as apportioned by the Session
Laws of 1921.
For tho nomination by each of tho
.political parties of ono candidate for
Stato Representative from the 90th
District as apportioned by the Session
Laws of 1921.
For tho nomination by each of the
political partlos of tho following can
didates for County Offices, to-wit
Ono County Clerk.
Ono County Treasurer
One Roglstcr of Deeds
Ono County Attorney
Ono County Surveyor
Ono County Commissioner from the
For tho non-yolltlcal nomination
of two candidates for County Super
intendent of Public Instruction as
provided by law.
Polls will open at 8 a. m. and re
main open until 8 p. m. of tho same
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
sot my hand and affixed my official
cal this 2Gth day of May, A D. 1922.
a. a. Alien
(SEAL) County Clerk
W. E. Shuman, Attorney
To Addison E. Erb, executor ot the
estate of Henry B. Erb; deceased,
Addison B. Erb and Ellzaboth Erb,
his wlfo, Genora E. Bonnethum and
Clinton Bonnethum, her husband, Lin
nio Kirk nnd Reuben Kirk, her hus
band. Harry Erb and Donald Graff,
You and each of you aro horoby
notlflod that tho First National Bank
NOTICE OF PETITION
Estate of Rhoda A. Edmlston do-
ceased in tho County Court ot Llncoly
The Stato bt Nobraska. To all per
sons interested in said liStato tatto
notlco that a petition has boon filed
for Uio administration of said estate
and for the appointment ot Edwin W.
Wright as Aunnlnlstrator ot said estate
which ltas boon sot for Iiearlng heroin
on Juno 30, 1922 at 10 o'clock n. m.
Dated May 29, 1022.
WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
Seal County Judge,
PLAYER PIANO FOR SALE
Wo havo stored In a public ware
house In North Platto a now high
grado player piano which for quick
snlo, will ho sold at a tromendous
sacrifice. Torms to any responsible
parrty. It interested write quick for
The Donvor Muslo Company
NOTICE Or TAKING UP BSTRAY
Taken up by tho undersign od at
2100 Bast Sixth street. County ot Lin
coln, Stato ot Nobraska; oa tho 8th
day of' May 1032: One white-faced
3-yedr old heifor; brand oa loft side.
H. Y. Pastued, oa F. J. Breomer's
Dated tltis m da? ef Hay im
Sigmfc W. V. ORAM.
of Frocport, Illinois, a corporation,
commenced nn action in the District'
Court of Lincoln County, Nobraska,
on May 29, 1922 against you and oacn
of you as dofondoms, the object and
prayer of tho petition filed In said
action bolng to' forocloso a certain
mortgage mado, executed and dellvorod
by ono Henry B. Erb (slnco deceas
ed) to the First National Bank ot
Freoport, Illinois, a corporation, on
May 14, 1920 and which mortgage
was civen to socuro payment ot a
note In the principal sum of Fifteen
Hundred and no I 100 dollars ($1,500)
bearing tho same date and with in
terest at 7 per nnum from said date,
tho said mortgago convoying to tho
said plaintiff ns security for tho pay
ment of said debt, all ot tho North
west Quarter (NW) of section Five
(5) In Township Fifteen (15) North
of Rango Thirty (30) West of C p. m.
in Lincoln County, Nobraska, and be
ing recorded on May 21, 1920 In Mort
gago Record 5G at Pago 9 ot tho Re
cords of Lincoln County, Nebraska
and to causo tho said premises to bo
sold to satisfy tho amount due upon
said mortgago and to bar tho defend
ants and oach of them from all in
terests, rights, title and equity of re
demption In tho said promises.
You are required to answer said
petition on or beforo tho 17th day
of July, 1922.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FREE
PORT, ILLINOIS, A Corporation.
By Wm. E. Shuman
NOTICE OF TilE FORMATION OF
PAVING DISTRICT NO. 15 IN THE
CITY OF NORTH PLATTE. NEBR
ASKA., To tho owners of tho record of all
property adjacent to or abutting upon
the streets hereinafter described and
all persons Interested therein.
You and each ot you aro hereby
notified that tho Mayor and (Cityf
Council of tho city of North Platte
did under date of Juno 2, 1922 puss
nnd approve a certain ordinance form
ing and creating paving district No.
15 of the city of North Platte, Lincoln
County, Nobraska. And thnt tho fol
lowing streots Including tho Intersec
tions thereof within the limits of - the
city are comprised within said paving
district to-wlt: All that portion of
Second Street commencing at . the
west line of tho intersections of Sec
ond Street and Dewey Street In said
city of North Platte, running thence
west along said Second Street to tho
east lino of. the Intersection of said
Second Street with Oak Street of tho
city of North Platto, Lincoln Counts
Nobraska, and commencing at the
north lino of tho Intersection of Third
Street and Ash Street in said city
running thence north to tho south
lino ot tho Intersection ot Fourth
Streots and Ash Streets in said city
and commencing In said city running
north along Maplo Street to the south
line of the Intersection of Fourth
Street with Said Maplo Street and
commencing at tho north line of the
intersection of Fifth Street and Maple
Street in said city running thence
north along said Maplo Street to the
south lino of tho Intersection of Oth
street and Maplo Street in said City
of North Platte Nebraska, there to
Unloss objections nro filed as re
quired by statuto within twenty days
from tho first publication (of this
notice, tho Mayor and City Council
shall proceed to construct suck pav
ing'. Dated this Gth day of June, 1922
E. H. EVANS
Attest: O. E ELDER, Mayor
City Clork (SEAL)
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will bo received at the
offlco of tho Stato Department of Pub
11c Works, fourth floor Brownoll Block
at Lincoln, Nebraska, until 12 o'clock
noon, on Juno 12, 1922, for gravel, sur
facing, culverts and incidental work
on tho North Platto-Vroman Crossing
Project No. 170, Federal Aid Road,
Bids will bo oponcd andontracts
let in tho Sonato Chamber!" Capital
Building n's fast as practicable aftor
tlmo for filing bids Is closed. County
Boards aro heroby requested to bo
present or represented. Bidders nro
Invited to bo present.
Tho proposed work consists ot con
structing 26.326 miles of Gravol road,
Tho approximate quantities aro:
18,500 Cubic yards earth evcava
1,191,04 Sta. Blado grader construe
Cu- Yds. Clay excavation
Cu. Yds. Special excavation
Class A Grading.
Cu. Yds. Spocial excavation
Class B Culvert
Cu. Yds. Sta, overhaul.
Cu. Yds. Ml. Hauling clay
27.25 Cu. Yds. Concrete for Head
Lin. tt Wood Guard rail.
Lin. ft- 18 in. Corrugated
Un. tt 24 in.
Ua. tt. 36 In.
Bq. Yds. 4x30 Gravel surfac
ma, job. 3x20 Gravel but
Sq, Yes. 8x20 Ocao4 surr
Class B, Grading.
200 Cu. Yds. Special excavation
Cortifled check for 5 por cont ot tho
amount of tho bid will ho required
with oach and ovory bid received.
Plans and specifications for tho
work may bo seen nnd information
and proposal forms secured nt tho of
fice of tho County Clerk at North
Platte, Nobraska or at tho office of
tho Stato Dcpartmont of Public Works
at Lincoln, Nobraska.
Tho Stato and County reserve the
right to waive all technicalities and
reject nny or all bids.
A. '8. ALLEN.
County Clerk, Lincoln county.
GEO. E. JOHNSON,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO
PARTNERSHIP Notlco is hereby given that the co
partnership composed of Carlton ,E.
Porter and Hennlng G. Andorsori
heretofore entered into un tho 3rd
day of October 1921, for the conduct
ing of an -lectrlcal contracting bust ,
noss and retail electric shop, was dis
solved on the 15th day of March 1922,
said Hennlng Anderson, withdrawing
from said firm and tho said Carlton
E. Porter continuing to operate t;uu
business' under tho former name ot
Porter Electlc Company, ho to assume
and pay all indebtedness of said firm
and to receive all accounts collec
table and all assets of said firm.
Signed: CARLTON E. PORTER,
HENNING G. ANDERSON.
Wo carry in stock in North Platto
a full stock of Dodge motor car re
pairs, for your quick service. Thoro
is no othes such sorvlce avallablo In
North Platte J. V. Romlgh, Dealer.
DR. RED FIELD
Fhyslclnn, Obstetrician, Surgeon
Calls promptly answered Night or Day
Phones. Office G42 Residence 67G
DJ. HAROLD FENNER
Office Phone 333 Ros. Phono 1020
DR. 3L B. STATES
Rooms 5. G, 7 Building & Loan Bldg.
Office Phono 70 Res. Phono 1242 .
Offlco Phone 241 Res. Phone 217
L. C. DROST
North Platte, Nebraska
Knights of Columbus Building:
OTIS R. TLATT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Dlagnoss and Treament
Over Union Stato Ijank
Office Phono 296W Houso Phone 296R
GEO. B. DENT
Physician nnd Surgeon
Special Attention Given to Surgery
Offlco: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Office 130 Residence 115
DR. L. A. SNAYELY
X-Itay Diagnosis Oxygen and
Gas Anesthesia for Extractions.
Over Union State Bank
DERRYBERRY & FORBES
Undertakers nnd Funeral Directors
Day Phono 41 Night Phono Black 538
Eyes examined, Glasses fitted. Sat
isfaction, suVe. Clinton & Son
IV. T. PRITCIIARD
Ex-Govornmont Votorinarian and ex
assistant deputy State Veterinarian.
Hospital 315 South Vino Street
Phones. Hospital 633 Residence 63S
ED K IE RIG
For dates and torms call at
First National Bank
North Platto, Nob.
Makes or Repairs anything made of
Tin or Sheet Metal.
510 Locust Under General Hospltat
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D.
Special Attention Given to
McDonald Bank Building
Office Phone 83 Residence 38
DR. J. R. McKIRAHAN
Practice Limited to Dioeaseo ot
Women and Surgery
Over Rexall Drug Store
Phones: Office 127 Rosldouco 656
Offlco 340 Ikrtieo 723J
DR. W. L SHAFFER
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Over the Oaato . forth Platto
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