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Consolidated with the Columbus Times April 1, 1904; with the Platte County Argus January 1, 1906.
VOLUME XXXVII. NUMBER 18.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27. 1906.
WHOLE NUMBER 1.810.
We 'Have It.
Wo are pretty unro to have any
lliing in drills, medicines and gener
al drujr store goods that you may
want. "We make it a rule to Block
any worthy articlo tliat is in tho
market; therefore, onr Block change?
from day to day and keeps ever in
condition to nupply the most ad
You'll enve yourself m;iny unneces
sary steps by coming here Brut when
drug store oods are wanted.
6has. H. DaGk
JHaitn Clears am. E
(From files of Journal March 27, 1872)
Rev J. A. Reed is about to erect a
dwelling on the coiner of North street
and Pacific avenue.
A ibll ha p.issed the house anil has
been introduced into senate, creating
two now land districts in Nebraska.
The first, niinilier of the Meriick coun
ty News, published at Lone Tree by H.
Keliwy, him leen received at this office.
Col. -'"lin Kickly has assigned all his
property for the benefit of his creditors.
The HsximierK sue Vincent Kummer,
county treasurer and James E. North.
Married. March 24 at the resident of
G.I. (I. W. Stevens, Rev. Wilson, lli
ciiiting, Li tran (Mark and Mrs. Elizabeth
15. Rice, both of Platte, count)'.
At the regular meeting of the Platte
County Agricultural society, it was de
cided to investigate the feasibility of
holding a c unity fair next week.
A New Store
On July 1st or 2nd, we shall open
to the public oar news .and stationery
store in the new Phillipps building on
Thirteenth street. Onr line will con
sist of news, stationery, lionks. cigars
candies and a new up-to-date soda
fountain. Watch for onr doors to
open, either Sunday or Monday, Jnly
1st or 2nd Condon & Walker.
The Monroe hotel case which has
been in the courts for some time was
tried before Jagde Reoder last week
tho claims of the various parties being
settled as follows:
John Mnntor. $242; E. A. Oerrard
and Henry Garrard, 12; S J Percy.
fCMlH); Rank of Monroe. 207.80;
Nielsen & Head, f 124.50.
Judge llolletibock will be here Fri
day to dic-poso of several motions.
Mr. Frank Kecher and Miss Rose
Kipple will tc married this evening
at the home of the brides' mother,
three miles east of Colnmbns. Only
the relatives of the bride and groom
and a few intimate friends will be
present, ltev. Hilmer will perform
the ceremony. Until Jnly 15th the
young married people will board,
after which they will be at home to
their friends on Ea6t Seventh street.
Tho groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
J G. Bechor of this city and the
bride is a daughter of Mrs. Rosa
Kipple. Bath young people are well
andfavorubly known in Platte county.
Mrs. W. W. Ogden of Missouri, a sis
ter of the bride is the only out -of
Mr. John Byrnes and Miss Anna
Gietzen were married this morning at
eight-thirty in the chapel of St. Francis
Academy, Rev Father Humbert officiat
ing. They were attended only by little
Mary Byrnes, the groom's daughter.
Only the immediate relatives were pres
ent Mr. and Mrs. Byrnes left on the 1
o'clock train this afternoon on a trip of
one month to Chicago, Milwaukee,
Green Bay and other points. The
groom is well known in Platte county
having served a sheriff several terms.
The bride in one of Columbus most pop
ular and most highly reiected young
Dr. E.H. Naumann
Has one of the Inst dental offices
in the state
Fully equipped" to do all den
tal work iu First-Class manner.
Always reasonable in charges.
All work guaranteed.
Over 14 years practice in Columbus.
gSr jr. E a Nimih,
FOR SALE : Good buggy and har
Richard Ramev went to Louisville
on business today. He will be absent
Snpt. Sherman is in Pern this week
assisting in the summer school of the
Mrs. P. Hare will start next week
for Excelsior Springs, Arkansas for a
few weeks visit.
Miss Violet Stevenson returned
Sunday from Omaha, where she was
a guest at two weddingB.
Prof Frank Power of Shelby was
the guest Friday and Sunday nights
last week of Rev. Mnnro.
Mrs. L. W. Snow and Miss Fannie
Geer will give their Sunday school
class a picnic at Stevenson' Lake to
morrow. Mrs. E. H. Chambers gave a lunch
eon last Friday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Sullivan's "ten" of the Episco
Mrs. DeBravo of North Bend re
turned homo last Friday after a ten
days' visit with her brother, Snpt.
11 Rev. Munro was waited upon last
week by a committee of citizens from
Clarks and encaged to deliver the
Fourth of July oration at that place.
Owen Parry of Monroe was in the
city one day last week to take out his
final citizenship parsers. While here
he bought a Tryber piano for his
Small picnic parties and fishing
parties will be the fashion on the
Fourth for Columbus people who are
not attracted away by the celebration
in the larger cities of Schuyler,
Platte Center and Oconee.
A tout thirty of the friends and
neighbors of Mr. and Mrs Albert
Giger surprised them last Thursday
night by walking in to remind Mrs.
Giger that it was her birthday. Thev
loft some pretty dishes as tokens of
Miss Stella Sparhawk returned
Home Friday from Omaha, where she
is a nurse in the Methodist hospital o
spend her two weeks' vacation. Her
cousin. Miss Simmons of Council
Blnfls, who has been visiting here for
two weeks, returned Tuesday.
Henry Carrig moved from his tem
porary quarters in the Journal office
last week to his new and attractive
ollice in the new Phillipps building.
Mayor Phillipps moved at the same
time. If the Journal's editorials seem
less democratic in the future the pub
lic will understand tho cause.
Sunday at the Congregational
church communion services will be
held and the ordinance of baptism ad
ministered. Rev. W. S. Hunt, a for
mer pastor of the church hero, a man
esteemed by all who know him, will
assist in the morning servico, and in
the evening will preach. The pnblie
is corriually invited.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Spear of Albion
and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Thompson of
St. Edward were in this oity Monday
on their way to Colorado to spend a
few weeks of the hot summer weath
er The men of the party, both pro
minent republicans of Boone ponnty,
speak hopefully of the prospects of
republican candidates in Boone county
Rev. Munro is unusually busy this
week. Today he is in Schnyler to
officiate at the funeral of an old
friend, Norman McDonald of Lincoln.
Mr. Mnnro and Mr. McDonald were
close friends for thirty years. To
morrow he wlil go to Newman Grove
to assist in the ordination of Rev.
Theodore Jorgenren of the Congrega
tional church. He will preach the
Nearly twenty-five Colnmbns men
met at the home of Dr and Mrs. O.
D. Evans last Wednesday night to
meet Rev. Westcott. At the meeting
a mens social club was organized for
the purpose of developing the intel
lectual and spiritual side of men's
lives in Columbus in general and in
Grace Episcopal church in particular.
W. L Speice, M. D. Karr and Henry
Ragatz, jr., were appointed a com
mittee to draft rules and regulations
for the society
Miss Anna Gass entertained the O.
K. vj. girls and a number of young
men at a hay rack and lawn party last
Friday evening in honor of Miss
Madge Kauffman. who just returned
from Shenandoah, la. After a pleas
ant ride the truests returned to Miss
Gass's home, where the lawn was
beautifully decorated with Japanese
lanterns, and small tables on which
dainty refreshments were served. All
expressed themselves as having had a
very pleasant evening.
The Journal in behalf of Columbus
citizens, invites its outside readers
to come to Columbus the first real hot
day and sit in the shade and admire
the beauties of Frankfort Park. The
Park comissioners, by a jndicioas
trimming of trees and planting of
flowers are converting the park into
a veritable Eden. We are all proud
of it. Indeed the Journal predicts a
generation of poets as a result of the
influence of the Park environment oa
the young people of Columbus, who
do "beach work" there.
That cannot be impressed too
strongly upon watch owners. This
is it A watch shonld receive the
attention of our repair department
at least once a year.
There may appear to be nothing
particularly wrong with it, still a
cleaning and an overhauling at least
once a year wnuld'Iengthen the life
of a watch wonderfully.
It is asking too much of a watch to
expect it to keep true to its duties if
it is hampered more and more by
slowly accumulating dust and dirt.
Besides this taxes the delicate
mechanism to excess, and certainly
shortens tho life of a watch. A
cleaning and a little oil in the right
places will work wonders.
Ed. J. Niewohner
Jeweler and Optician
Mrs. G. B. Speice went to Council
Bluffs Monday to visit her mother for a
Kiss Metta Hensley spent Snnday in
Omaha the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Beeher went to
Omaha Sunday to visit their daughter.
Mrs. Claud Rife.
The three-year-old daughter of Mr.
.tnd Mrs. Win. Vow fell from a gate
Monday and broke her arm.
Little Donald Fanble fell out of a
cherry tree in the MoMahon yard this
morning and dislocated his elbow.
Mr. ami Mrs Charles Cockson are tho
proud parente of a Imnnoing lioy. which
arrived at their home last Saturday
The Misses Mamie Elliott, Clara Reed
er and Dora Babcock are in Loup Oity
this week, the guesta of the Mnsser
family at a house party,
Alfred Galley, son of John Galley, was
busy Monday and '''uesday unloading a
threshing outfit which he will operate
on tkc next crop of small grain.
C. C. Gray's government records show
a rainfall of 2.27 inches since Juno 17.
This has lieen distributed in small
showers in such a manner that it has all
been ahsorlied by the soil. The result
is that Platte county has never had
promise of n larger crop at this time of
A loaded revolver and a small boy
figured in a painful accident in this
city last Monday. Kennith Snyder
age ten years, was playing with some
other boys near the Third ward
school, Kennith having a loaded 22
calibre revolver. The gun dischaged,
the bullet passing through the mid
dle of his hand. The result will not
More than usual interest will attend
the services at the Episcopal church
next Snnday. Rev. Arthur Gash will
be ordained deacon at the morning
service and in the evening will preach
his first sermon. Rev. Gash will be
presented by Rev. Westcott of the Co
lumbus parish and the ordination ser
mon will be preached by Bishop Wil
liams. Rov. Palmer of Ashland and
Rev Wiles of Norfolk will be piesent
at both services
Postmaster Kramer received a letter
from Prof. Sike last week ordering
his mail to Boston till September 1.
The following post script wiU interest
Prof. Sike's Columbus friends:
"Don't like the climate at all. it is
damp and musty. WiU surely go west
again just as soon as I leave the New
England Conservatory of Music. No
better country than Nebraska for me.
Am not feeling well at all. Don't
like baked beans and oyters three
times a day."
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords 41.50
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, Ribbon tie 1.76
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, Ribbon tie 2.00
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, Ribbon tie, welt side 2.00
Ladies Gray Duck Oxfords, Ribbon tie 2.00
misses Children's and Infant's
irom nuc per pair to i.wi
Barefoot Sandals from Infante at G5c to Men's at 2.00
Just received another lot of Ladies Patent Oxfords in Button
and Ribbon ties. The swellest yet this season.
Men's flats and Furnishings
Men's Straws in Yachts $ 1.50
Men's Straws in Dip Fronts i.fi0
Boy's Straws in Telescope 50
In Shirts the Soft Collars are very popular this season. We have
them in prices ranging from 50c to - $2.50
Men's Net Sleeveless Undershirts 50c Men's Plain Balbriggans 85c and 50c
Men's Mnnsmg Union Suits. . . .$1.25 Men's Mnnsing Union Suite. . . .$1.50
Men's Munsing Union Suits $2.50
The Coatless Suspender, very popular... 50c
aii me new tnings in Fancy Hose,
ARTHUR M. GRAY, COLUMBUS.
Colombo Gets Apprapriatia.
A telegram from Ongressman Mc
Carthy this morning tells the story of
aa appropriation of $7500 to bay aite
for a federal building in Columbus.
These will probably be selected dar
ing this year and the next congress
probably will anproppriate money for
the bnilding. The telegarm follows:
Washington, D. O. Jane 2G,
Carl Kramer, Columbus, Neb.
Seven thousand five-hundred just
passed House for Columbus.
J. J. McCarthy.
James Novels is confined to his bed
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kauffman went to
Omaha Saturday, returning Snnday.
Ben Unrrier, editor of the Fnllerton
Poet was in this oity on badness to
day. Mrs. George liender of Cornlea is
visiting her father, Judge Ratterman
Mrs. M J. Kelley arrived in Colnm
bns for a short visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kramer.
Mrs. Nick Fehringer and Mrs. Stephen
German of Humphrey were in this city
today on their way to Henry, III.
Mr. Fred L. Dickinson and Miss
Minnie E. Walker of Monroe were mar
ried yesterday by Judge Ratterman.
Mr. Edward C. Walter and Miss
Minuie A. Schroeder of Humphrey were
married yesterday by Rev. Holtner.
Marriage license was issued today to
Arthur Conrad Park of Lincoln and
Belva Ann Lockwood Walborn of this
Miss Margaret Evans, left her work
in the office of the Columbus Print
ing Specialty House last week for a
vacation of three weeks at her home
Complaint was filed with the Adju
tant General of Nebraska about two
weeks ago charging Gns Bartholomew
of Company K with appropriating a
rifle to his own use and with absent
ing himself from drill and inspections
for over two years. The first charge
carries a penalty of one year in pri
son and a heavy fine The second
charge carries a fine aggregating near
ly f 100. The complaint has not been
acted on at Lincoln yet and no arrests
mado. The case, if it is tried, will
go before the OompanyK court of dis
cipline consisting of Lieutenant
Broc.K. Serge, Lininger Corporal
Rector and Privates Kennover and E.
Successor to McAllister fetudlo
Supervisor s Proceedings.
Colnmbns. Neb., June, 1906.
TheBoirdof Supervisors of Platte
connty. Neb., met in adjourned session
at 2 o'clo2k p. m. Present: Supervi
sors Clother, Goetz, Held, Newman,
Priest, Schure and chairman Swanson.
The petition of Martin Karges and
others for the location of a public road
commencing at station No. 10 of a pub
lic road designated on the road plat of
the county as "Eby Road," said station
No. 10 being located on the west line of
section 1(5, twp. 14, range 2 west, and
running thence in a northeasterly direc
tion parrallel with the track of the U.
P. R R. Co , about 85 roils, thence south
across said U. P. R. R. track to a point
outside of the right of way of said com
pany to connect with the "Eby Road",
and also praying for the vacation of
that part of the "Eby Road, commenc
ing at station No. 10 thereof, and run
ning thence south across the track of
the U P R R Co to a point outside of
the right of way of said company, thence
in a northeasterly direction parallel
with said R R track about 85 rods to a
point intersecting with the new location
of part of said '-Eby Road" was present
ed anil read and on motion referred to
the committee on roads and bridges.
Wear in Shoes
White Canvas Oxfords
Men's Straws in Yachts $1 25
Men's Straws in Dip Fronts 1.25
Boy's Straws in Dip Fronts 50
Summer Neckwear and Fancy Vesta.
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Counts for anything it will
pay you to consult an experi
enced real estate agent before
buying a home or investing
in business property.
Years of close application
to business have fitted us for
giving such advice and hun
dreds of satisfied buyers at
test our success.
Itcher , lickeibtrger
The petition of W. E. Beckwith and
others for the location of a public road
40 feet in width, commencing at water's
edge of the Loup river at a point on sec
tion line between sections 10 and 15 twp
17 range 2 west, and running thence
east on said section line to the northeast
corner of section 18 twp 17, range 1
west and running thence south on sec
tion line, and terminating at water's
edge of the Loup river, was presented
and read and on ipotion referred to the
committee on roads and bridges.
The petition of John Maslonka and
others for the location of a public road
40 feet in width, commencing at the
northeast corner of Bcction 32. twp 17
range 2 west and running thence due
west on section line one mile and termi
nating at the northwest corner of said
section 32, was presented and rend and
4m motion was referred to the committee
on riMids and bridges.
The petition of Peter Larson and oth
era for the location of a public road 40
feet in width, commencing at the north
west corner of the hJ of nwj of section
9 twp 17 range 3 west and rnnning
thence due east altout SO rods and ter
minating at the northwest corner of the
se of nwj of said section 0 was present
ed and read and on motion was referred
to the committee on roads and bridges.
Tho petition of H. N. Zingg and others
for the vacation of a public road com
mencing at the southwest corner of the
nw$ of aw 4 of section 18 twp 18 rg 1 w
rnnning thence south nlong the east side
of the seetion line and terminating at
the southwest corner of said section 18,
said line of road being a part of the pub.
Ho road designated on the road pint as
"Nickcrson rond,'' and the entire width
of said road being located on the swj of
swj of said section 18 and also praying
for the location of n public road com
mencing at the sw corner of the nwj of
the swj of section 18 twy 18 range 1
west and rnnning thence due south on
the section line one-fourth mile and
terminating at the southwest corner of
said section 18, was presented and rend
and on motion referred to the commit
tee on roads and bridges.
The petition of John T. Evans and
others for the location of a public road,
40 feet in width, commencing at the
northeast corner of section 3(1 twp 19
range 3 west and rnnning thence south
one mile on section line between Joliet
and Burrows townships and terminating
at the southeast corner of said section
36, was presented and read and on mo
tion referred to the committee on roads
The following was presented:
To the Honorable Board of Supervisors:
Gentlemen: I hereby report that on
the 26th day of Jan nary ,1!HH. there was
filed with me the petition of Christ Hill
mer and others for the vacation of that
part of rhe "Hoppen road'in Lost Creek
township, commencing at the southeast
aorner of the nej of ne of section 30
twp 18 range 2 west and running thence
due weet to a point four rods east of the
southwest corner of said ne'ri of ne'rf of
said section 'JG.
At the adjourned session of the Imard
of supervisors, March Oth, 1906, the
prayer of the petitioners was granted
and the clerk directed to proceed ac
cording to law. I then caused a notico
to be published in the Platte Center
Signal, oil objections thereto or claims
for dumages to be tiled in my office on
or before noon. June 2, 1906. No objec
tions nor claims for damages have been
filed and I herewith'submit papers in
connection therewith for your consider
ation. Respectfully submitted.
John Graf. County Clerk.
On motion same was referred to com
mittee on roads and bridges
Communications with county treas
urer's receipt attached, wherein is rep
sented that taxes on certain lands for
the year 1905 were paid under protest,
for the reason that the taxes extended
on the tax list contain charges under
item "Proposed Drainage Ditch Fund,"
therefore asking the board of supervis
ors to cause to have refunded to them
these taves so paid were presented by
persons as follows: George Henggler,
$5.64; H. Mieesler, Adms., $9.45; Bern
ard McTeggart. $596; John Kotlar,
$12.41; Anna Schtldt. $1293; a H.
Davis, $2; Fred G. Stenger, $8.43; G. E.
Chapin. $13.76; Win. J. Newman, $98P;
Patrick Foley. $19 85; Jac. b Louis, $5 56;
Jos. H. Smith, $1648; Pius FotftVl, jr.,
$465; J H. Dawson. 17.69. On motion
same were referred to the committee on
County Treasuree D. A Becher new
addressed the board relrtive to the col
lection of the delinquent personal taxes
of Joseph Henggler, stating that an at
torney should be appointed by the
board of supervisors to assist the county
attorney in the replevin and injunction
suits now pending in the district court
in regard to this matter.
Attorney Hobart now appeared be
fore the board and stated that he will
assist the connty attorney in both cases
in the district court for a sum not ex
Moved by Supervisor Priest that At
torney Hobart be appointed to assist
the county attorney in the matterfof the
delinquent personal taxes of Joseph
Henggler. Motion carried.
All bills and all official bonds on file
with the clerk were on motion referred
to appropriate committees.
On motion of Supervisor Held the
board of supervisors now adjourned
until Friday, June 15, 1906, at 9 o'clock
Columbus, Nebr., June 15, 1906.
A report submitted by E. J. Robinson
and John W. Tulleys, state examiners.
was presented and read. The report
states that they have carefully examined
the books and acconnts of the treasurer
of Platte county, Nebraska, and submits
a detailed statement of the collections
and disbursements of the office from the
2d day of August, 1904, to the 22d day
of May. 1906. The report also gives a
detailed statement of the cash in vault
and money on deposit in banks at the
close of business May 22, 1906; total
amount beiOg $73,680.67.
On motion same was ordered placed
The following bills were on motion
allowed by the board and the clerk di
rected to issue warrants in payment of
sume on the Connty General Fund:
Leopold Jaeggi, dep assessor city of
Columhiii,$153; A W Clark, same, $140;
C A Newman, same Columbus townBhip,
$202.50; Siebert Ueiliel, same. Bismark
township, $127; Edward Lueschen, same
Sherman township, $89.82; J L Lake,
same Creston township.$l22.25; Henry F
Brunken, same Shell Creek township.
$72; Wm Schelp, same Grand Prairie
township, $6095; C O Moore, same Hum
phrey township. $69.50; J O Blodgett,
same Butler township, $99; Chris Bienz,
same Loup township, $53 80; J E Maber
same. Lost Creek township, $158.75;
Con Heesacker, same Granville town
ship, $92.60; Peter Noonan, same Bnr-
rows township, $84.45; O L Magnusson,
same Monroe township, $130; Louis
Jones, same Joliet township, $109.08; M
J Ramaekers, same St. Bernard town
ship, $157; Sheldon Clark, same Wood-
ville township, $92.50; C II Blecher,
same Walker township, $144.40; LH
Leavy, county snpt, sal 2d qr, $300; L R
Latham, county atty, sal 2d qr, $200; J
Graf, county clerk, sal 2d qr, 100; W R
Cornelius, connty physician, sal 2d qr,
$50; City of Columbus, water rent for
court house, $9.45; Henry Ragatz A Co,
mdse for conrt house, 35c; C N McEl-
Fresh, mdse for jail, $3 40; C A Spiece,
coal for court house, $138.45; L F Phil
lippaCo, repairs for typewriter, $2.75;
L II Leavy, connty supt, cash advanced,
$20.95; 1) A Becher, connty tress, cash
advanced, $23.36; John Graf, county
clerk, cash advanced, $47.75; W R Cor
nelius, M D, quarantine cases, $9; John
Graf, county clerk, recording official
bonds, $8.25; John R. Brock, cleaning
county assessor's room, $1; John
Schmocker, registrar, $18.45; C E Wag
ner, registrar, $1.25; R P Drake, regis
trar, $5; John Moffett, registrar, $6;
Henry Gass, sub-registrar, $1.80; Jacob
Glnr, repairs at jail and sidewalk, $79.26;
Keating & Schram, mdse for court house
$16.15; James H Galley, linoleum for
conrt room, $138.68; Dietrichs & Nather,
painting at jail, $60; R C Boyd & Co,
stove and repairs at jail, $8.65; Henry
Gass, repairs at court house, $6; P D
Smith Co, flooring for cleak's office,
$37.47; Rudolf Gisin, repairs at clerk's
office. $26.25; Hammond & Stephens
Co., mrdse. for county $56.50; Omaha
Printing Go. rebinding two indexes,
$7.00; Columbus Printing & Specialty
House, $130.30. Telegram Company,
supplies, etc., for county, $395.65;
Humphrey Democrat, publishing pro
ceedings etc., $47.60; ..Platte Center
Signal, publishing road notice, $7.75;
J. H. Johannes, publishing proceed
ings etc., $5.34; Lindtay Opinion,
publishing proceedings etc., $9.10.
The following official bonds on
recommendation of the judiciary com
mittee were on motion approved by
Edward Rossiter. Special Depaty
County Treasurer; Axel Engberg,
Constable. Monroe township; Frank
Feik, jr.. road overseer. Humphrey
township Fred Saeper. road overseer
St. Bernard township; H. P. Jensen
road overseer Joliet township Adolprs
Plagge. roal overseer Sherman town
ship; Eil Erase road overseer Graa
ville township William Naasel road
overseer Monroe township Dan Wilson
road overseer Monroe township.
The following was presented :
wj ' un-'
DRAFTS ALL OVER THE WORLD
The Firet National Bank issues drafts
payable in any of the leading centers i f
the principal foreign countries aa well
as the United States and Canada. Thaw
drafts can be obtained for any amount
The party named as payee can deposit
them to his credit in regular bank or
upon proper identification convert them
into cash at the bank npon which they
are drawn. Bank drafts cost loss than
Postoffioe or Express money orders and
The Firs. National Bank
To the Hon. Board of Saparvisen.
Geatlemea: The madarsigaad ap
pearing by its duly authorised rapt-
sentativd requests your
body to strike front
roU of your ooaaty the tana for
year 1905, on the following lots
lands situated in the oity of Ooli
bus and Platte Center, Platte oesmty,
Lots 3. 4. 5, and 6, block 121, city
of Columbus $3.32; lots S, 3, 4 and 5,
block 122. city of Oolaashas. $68
part of out lot 6, oity of Oolumhas
5 5: ; all of oat lot 7. oity of Colum
bus $i:t.23; lot 5 and 6, block 94. oity
of Columbus, $28.66 ; part of lota 5, ,
7 and 8. block 93. oity of Columbus,
$49.56; lota 5 and 6. block 94. oity Of
Columbus $28.66; part of lots C. 6, 7,
and 8, block 95. city of Columbus,
$5.53; Triangle track between E. St. &
R. of W. of U. P. R. R. in Platte Center,
(To be continued.)
NOT1CK TO KB3KKM.
To It. W. I'Utt, or to whom it may cobcwtb:
You art hereby notitimi that oa the 7th day of
November, 1HM. the following titweribad real
eHtnte, lo-wit: Lot number one (1) of aectioa
number nineteen (19) ia towatthip number sev
enteen (17) north of range number three (3)
wettt of the lUh V. M. ia 1'latte county. Nebraska,
waHpiirchnBeilat public tax Hale .at the Connty
TniiHiirer'H office in mill county by'R. C. Ander
Hon, for ilelinquent taxes levied and iwotmmI
neninHt the name for the year 1WO, mmI parchaaer
Hinre imyinK the HutMetuent taxmt levied for the
yeartt 1'jat and l'.NXi on raid land. Haid hud was
t iixii I in the name of I. W. Piatt and the tiate
for redemption of xaid land from said mle will
expire on the Hth day 'f November, 190.
12 II U. C. Anobbson.
NOTICE OF HALE.
In the District Conrt of Platte Connty, Ne
braftkn. In the matter of the estate of Leonard McCoae,
'Notice in hereby given that in parsuanee of
an order of Hon. Conrad HbHeaberk, Judge of
the DiHtnct Court of Platte Connty, Nebraska,
maile on the 12th day of May, lWtf. for the sal of
the real estate hereinafter describe I. there will
lie Hold at the front door of the Court Hoase in
Colnmltna. Platte Connty, Nebraska, oa the Mth
day of June, 190K, atl o'clock p. m at public
vendue, to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing deecriliPd real estate, to-wit: Lota
Thirteen. (13) Fourteen (14) ami Fifteen (15) ia
Block Bine the Village oT Monroe, ia Platte
County. Nebraska, on which is.sitaated a livery
barn and a small warehouse. Haid sale will re
main open one hour.
Administrator of the estate of Leonard McCoae,
May 18. 19US. 8-11
Said sale above is adjourned to the
30th day of June, 1906, at one o'clock p.
m., for want of bidders.
Administrator of the estate of Leonard
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Roosters . 3
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