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From the Advance:
Mrs. G. L. McKelvey, of Columbus,
many, because it was so handy "the
next morning after the night before."
But it is no more for public use.
The people of this village were un
pleastanly surprsed and shocked last
Friday when the news was spread
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E. G. BROWN.
A- K. M'KEEN.
Assistant Ticket Agent.
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Dr. E. F. Wiede Raiders.
Office wall Dr. Tie-inc ItHU Murray St.
Especial attention jjiven to Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and Surgery.
phone lieu office 43
Phone IimI unlet- :l
Dr. Dora Wiede Kanders,
Especial attention given to Diseases
of Women and Children.
Office and Residence 1006 Murray St.
Plume Hell 120. Independent s'..
Charles II. Campbell, M. D.
EYE, EAtf, XOHEauft THROAT
Both Phonics COLUMBUS, NEB.
arrived yesterday on a visit to St. Ed-1 around that Mrs. P. F. Doody had died
at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
R. W. Perkinson. She had been in
failing health a number of years and
ward relatives and friends.
Word comes that Mrs. George Horn
successfully underwent an operation at
Columbus last week and is now rapid
ly on the road to recovery.
W. C. Sutton suffered another
paraytic stroke Wednesday and is now
lying in a very critical condition with
very small hope of his recovery
Mrs. William Rengles and daugh
ter. Miss Mildred Rengler, returned
home Tuesday from a ten days visit to
Columbus relatives and friends.
Miss Fannie Britell left yesterday
for Columbus after a week's visit to
Dr. and Mrs. C. Britell. She will
visit among old-time friends in Col
umbus for a few days before returning
to her home at Wayne.
W. M. CORNELIUS
Commercial Bank Building
COLUMBUS. - NEBRASKA
DR.F. H. MORROW
Physician and Surgeon
Office New Luschen Building
Bell Phone Bed 12 hid. Phone 12
C. N. MCELFRESH
ATTO I tN E V-AT- LAW
Post Office Block
COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA
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From the Leader:
Peter Peterson from Chicago, and
Charles Peterson from Wyoming both
arrived in the city the last of the
week to visit their Nance and Platte
O. E. Green shipped fourteen head
of his thoroughbred white-face cattle
Tuesday to the Iowa state fair at Des
Moines. From there they will be sent
to the state fair at Lincoln, and from
there to South Dakota, and then to
Sioux City, finishing the circuit at St.
Joseph, Missouri. There are some
dandies in the bunch and O. E. ought
to bring home a whole bunch of rib
bons, and here's hoping he does.
The Leader man followed the crowd
and took in the chautauqua at Fuller
ton Sunday and enjoyed ourselves huge
ly except that midnight ride home.
Now while the Leader takes a good
many pokes at our county seat, most
of them in a josh, we want to saying
regard to their chautauqua, that the
business men of that town exhibit a
spirit of enterprise, energy and pro
gress! wness rarely found in any town
of any secton or size. That is one
thing they all get behind and push,
and now if they will get behind the
scheme to purchase and park the
grounds and push equally as hard they
will have built a monument to their
public spirit as lasting as time.
News of a surprising character
comes from over at Clarks. We learn
thnt Hufh Lockard. who is running a
meat market ai that place, has been
arrested accused for receiving stolen
cattle. It is charged that Hugh has
been huvimr cattle and horrs from a
couple worthless cusses over in that
country, who never tMissessed money
suflicent to buy a sucking pig, and
that he bought them for about half
price, knowing mat. iney were suneu.
He finally refused to allow them only
$25 for three cattle and one of them
squealed. This is the report as it
comes to us, but it is hard for Hugh's
Nance county friends to believe this
to be he truth in the matter, and are
with holdimr iudirement for further
had come here from her home in Chey
enne just eleven days prior to her
death in the hope that the change
would be beneficial. Although she had
been in poor health for years her
death, which was caused from heart
trouble, was unexpected. Her hus
band and two eldest sons were unable
to reach here until the following day.
Mrs. Doody. whose maiden name was
I Mary Whalen, was born in Ireland
'April 6, 1868. She immigratd to
this country in 1883 and settled in
.Illinois, where she remained until
J 1885 when she came to Platte county.
She was united in marriage to P. F.
nnoilv June 17. 1889. They con-
tinued to make Platte county their
home unltil 1897, when they moved
to Cheyenne, Wyoming, where they
have since resided. Her husband and
four children are left to mourn the loss
of a devoted wife and mother. Wil
liam, Charles, Kittie and John are the
names of the children. The funeral
occurred Sunday afternoon at two
o'clock from St. Joseph's church, Rev.
Cyria conductng the services.
for a few years, we will say that he
would gladly yeild his position to
some ther good citizen under ordinary
circumstances, but he does not appre
ciate the idea of being kicked off the
board in order to make room for some
body else, and we are of the belief
that the other members of the board
share tnis same opinion, so we are all
going down to Lincoln next Friday to
see who is who. And inasmuch as
we are a great believer in advertis
ing, we cannot help but think it is
alright because Humphrey will surely
be well advertised, however undesir
able the advertising may be.
prom the Sand
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Parker have
a new daughter, born August 23.
They are all doing well in the family.
Mrs. Anna Urban of Cleveland,
Ohio, who has been here on a three
weeks visit to her sister daughetr,
Mrs. Chas. Metzer, left Monday for
her home. She was accompanied as
far as Columbus by Mrs. Metzer.
Jozey Curren informed Sand that
August 18, he became the uncle of a
new boy, born that day to his brother
and wife, Harvey Curren of Polk,
Nebr., and that the youngster was
named after him.
President Taft has received a pre
sent of a 104 pound watermellon
from a Texas farmer. About twenty
years ago another TeXas farmer made
presjdent Cleveland a present of a 60
pound sweet potato. Tfiese g -
commensurate with the size of the
state, and in fitting to the broad
girths of the recipients.
E. F. Towslee and N. L. Squier
have commenced the erection of a new
brick building on Vine Street oppisite
H. L. Wallace's. It is to be of brick
with pressed brick and plate glass
front 42 x 56 feet to be divided into
two rooms 21 x 56 feet each. The
north building will be occupied by the
post office and the south will be oc
cupied by F;. Buchanan as a grocery
store. This is a considerable addition
to the substantial business buildings
of the town.
From the Statesman :
Clifford Welsl and cousin Clyde
Wells were over from Madison the first
of the week for a visit a the home of
T. F. Plaggemann.
Miss Sharrar returned to her home
in Omaha on Tuesday. Her cousin,
Hazel Sharrar, accompanied her, re
turning home Wednesday evening.
Word receved from Mrs. B. A. Fye
who is in the Clarkson Memorial hos
pital in Omaha, is to the effect that she
is improving, and she expects the
treatment will be of great benefiit to
Rev. A T. Carpenter and son Lloyd
of Crawford, arrived Friday evening
for a visit with their son and brother
Leon Carpenter, at this place. Rev.
Carpenter returned home Saturday,
Lloyd remaining here for a week's
Henry Kemper, agent for the C.
N. W. at this place, is taking a couple
of weeks vacation. He left on Wed
nesday for Omaha where he will have
his articfiial foot repaired. He will
also go to Crete to attend matters re
garding his father's estate.
Creston defeated Madison last Sun
day on the Creston diamond by a score
of 2 to 1. Lueschen for Creston did
great work in the pitcher's box, while
Bilon of Madison was also at his best.
Taken in all, it was the fastest game
seen here this season.
Judge T. D. Robinson has filed an
acceptance of the republican nomina
tion for the office of county judge.
A large number of republicans in
Platte county wrote the name of T. D.
Robinson on the republican primary
ballot 27 of them in Creston town
ship, and athough his name appeared
with three other candidates on the de
mocratc primary ballot, he recived
morejdemocratic votes in Creston town
ship than the other three
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
Columbus Land, Loan and
of Columbus, Nebraska.
On the' 36th day of June, 1911
First mortgage loan $57.40U tti
Stock loans. SUS
Other.. ............. - ...... .. .,??..r
rvich 1-J63 31
Delinquent interest, premiums and
Total J3ir..l01 4
Capital -tool: paid up 2s9.89tf 75
Uudividrd profits M. w
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30. 1911.
Balai.ee on hand July 1. 1910 t 10.176 44
Dues S4.W34 to
Interest, proiuiuius uud lines 23,139 90
cents ........... ...... ........... T
Membeiship fees :-Se
Total. H49.957 54
Loans. . trijj.jiOO 00
Stock redeemed .Y"52 i?
Ca-u on Uand l-.JKf 31
Real estate. -VU t
Total JI49.9T.7 51
State of Nebraska .s
Platte county r . .
1. Henry Hoekenbenrer. secretary or the
above naiuidavciution.do solemnly swear that
the forvKoinK fctatenwnl ot the condition of.aid
association, is true and correct to the beat of my
knottledc and belief.
L. F. Cott;uai.k. i
G. V. YiEKGUTZ. Directors.
T f HOGAN 1
Subscribed'and uworn to before me this 18th
day of July. 1911.
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Sealed bids will be received at the office of
the Ciuuty Judge of Platte county, Nebraska,
at Columbus on or before 12 o'clock noon of
AUKUst SIM. mil. for the grading and improve
ment of the following described roads of
Platte enunty. to-wll:
Commencing at the southeast corner of the
Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter.
Sectiou 18. Township SO north. Range 1 east
and running east one and one-iuarler miles.
ALso foiiimeneiiig at the southeast corner
Section IM. Township SO north. Range 1 east
aud ruinihig south about 1500 feet. Also com
mencing near the southwest corner of the
Northwest quarter of the Northwest quarter.
Section 18. Towusbip "JO north. Range I east
and running north about 1700 feet. Also com
mencing at the northwest corner of Section
1, Township -Jo north. Range l east and run
ning west one half mile, according to the plans,
profiles, sketches and specillcaUons on Ule at
tbeottlceof the founty Clerk of said county.
The successful bidder is required to give good
and sufficient bond for the faithful perform
ance of his contract. ..,..
The Board of Supervisors reserves the right
to reject any and aU bids.
By order of the Board of Supervisors
Dated at Columbus. Nebraska, this l&th day
of July. 1911.
NOTICE PROBATE OF WILL.
In the County Court of Platte county, Ne
braska. Notice probate of will of Sylva A. Mahaffey,
deceased ... ..
The State of Nebraska to the heirs and next
of kin of said Sylva A. Mahaffey. deceased:
Take notice, that upon Wing of a written
liirument purporting to be the last wUl and
testament of Sylva A. Mahaffey for probate
and allowance, it is ordered that said matter
be set for hearing the 19th day of Angust. A.
D 1911, before said county court, at the hour
oi' 10 o'clock a. in., at which time any person
interested may appear and contest the same:
and due notice of this proceeding is ordered
published three weeks successively In the
Columbus Tribune-Journal, a weekly and legal
newspaper printed, puhlisbtd aud of general
circulation in said county and state.
In testimony whereof. 1 have hereunto set
my hand and official seal at Columbus this 2bih
day of July. A. D-. Wll RATTERMaN,
seal, County Judge.
A Word to the Raters,
Finners mi hvestors
TO THE RENTER
GOOD SEWER WORK
is essential to first class plumbing. All
the nickel and tile in the world will not
make up for poor sewer connections.
We do good plumbing work from the
OUR SEWER WORK
is just as honest as the plumbing work
which is always in sight. Have you any
trouble with your plumbing? Maybe
the sewer connections are not right.
We can tell.
A. DUSSELL & SON
are now arriving. Please give
us your winter orders
Successor to Speice Coal Co.
From the Signal :
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blessen,
G mlies northeast of town, a 12 pound
boy on Tuesday, August 22.
Miss Margaret Regan left last Sat
urday for several days visit with
friends in Omaha. From there she
will visit her brother, John G. and
family at Adell, Iowa, before return
Mrs. Clint Wilber arrived here
Monday from Foster, Neb. She says
Clint has been transferred from Fos
ter, where he has charged of the Ed
ward Bradford Co's lumber yard, to
New Castle, Neb. New Castle is a
town of 700 inhabitants, and is about
35 miles from Sioux City. Mrs. Wil
ber will remain here until a house in
which to live can be found in New
Will Mylet has suddenly blossomed
into a base ball promoter. Several
games have been played in the pas
ture near his barn, between various
teams. Last Sunday there was a very
exciting game between the Tarnov boys
and Mylet's Stars, in which the Star
"twinkled" six times to the visi
tors'5. Saturday afternon the Y. M.
C. A. team of Colummbus will come
up and give the Stars a tussle on the
diamond in town.
Platte Center's watering spot is
doomed. For years the well standing
on lots on which Diers Bros, store is
being built has been used by the pub
lic when anyone wanted a drink of
the "best water in town" they visited
the "Bloedorn well." Summer and
winter it was visited by all; it was
carried to all business houses in buck
ets; many house-keepers used it in
their homes; the stranger in search
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Drake,
Saturday, August 19th, 1911, a
Jos. Keller and daughter Lucy
were passengers to Columbus lasi
Saturday, Miss Lucy going down with
the intention of staying for a some
time to take a course of instruction in
Mrs. Mike Geitzen and two daugh
ters, Cora and Mrs. George McElveen
and daughter, arrived Monday from
Detroit, Michigan, on a visit to the
Henry Geitzen family. The lady is a
cousin of Mr. Geitzen and they had
not seen each other in forty years, the
visit is necessarily a pleasant one.
The Humphrey ball team redeemed
itself last Sunday when the boys went
over to Clarkson and defeated the
team of that place in one of the most
interesting and exciting games played
this year in a score of one to nothing.
Notwithstanding the distance from
here to Clarkson, a large number of
our fans went over to see the game
and they all came home feeling that
they had received their money's
worth. Next Sunday the Humphrey
team olavs the Leigh team on the
As a result of the trouble which
emanated from the carnival company
which was in town during the fire
men's tournament, and which has been
more or less the talk of the town ever
since, the entire town board of Hum
phrey has been cited to appear before
Governor Aldrich on Friday, Septem
ber, 1st to show cause why the whole
board should not be kicked bodily out
of office, or words to that effect. The
complaint which is signed by Dr. Con
don, Chas. Schuth, R. P. Drake, Fred
Van Ackeren and Geo. Eisenmenger,
directly charge that the board refus
ed to do its duty while the carnial
company was in town, as to suppress
ing immorality. Speaking for the
editor of the Democrat, who, unfor
tunately, has been trying to serve the
From the Gazette
A card reached us this week from
Portland, Oregon which states that
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilken, formerly
of Bel I wood, are having the time of
their lives in that vicinity. Before re
turning to Bruning they will take in
San Francisco and other points.
Miss Isabele Willsie left for her
home in Parker, South Dakota, last
Mondav mornine. after a two weeks'
visit with friends in and around Bell
wood. Miss Willsie will take up
school work in Dakota next month, but
thinks here are no better people and
school children in all the land than
she had found in Bel I wood.
Ray Closson went out riding Tues
day evening. When he got in front
of J. M. Sauer's store his horse be
came frighened at the Kempton Co's
hand making a jump, knocked down
and the wheels ran over Ittle Howard
Mishler. One of his fingers was con
siderably burised. His legs were al
so bruised and his neck scratched a
little. He was taken to Dr. Fled
man's office and the doctor thinks he
will be alright in a day or two.
Sunday before last Sam Richen
baugh of Rising, while out pleasure
riding in his auto, collided with Jus
ice Lamunyon who was riding a mo
torcycle. Mr. Lamunyon crashed
broadside into the auto. He was
thrown clear over the car and landed
on the other side, He was not serious
ly injured but received an ugly gash
in his hand and a sprained ankle.
The front of the motorcyclew as
smashed to pieces and the car was
damaged to such an extent that it had
to be pulled in. Rising Ind.
NOTICK TO DEFENDANTS.
William J. Collins. Collins, wife of said
William J. Collins, llrst or christian name un
kuown. John W. Martin. Nina Martin, the
unknown heirs aud devisees of William J. Col
u,w iifceasml. the unknown heirs aud de
visees of John V. Martin, deceased, the un
knowu heirs aud deilsees of Nina Martin,
deceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
of Phillip. Cain, deceased, the Credit Mobi
lier of America and Thomas C Duraut as
Trustee and his Jsuccessors in trust and
each thereof will take notice that there
is on file against them in the District fourt for
Platte county. Nebraska, the petition of the
undersigned plaiutiif. who sues to establish and
quiet as against them and each thereof his
title to the East one-third of Lot Three (3) in
Block Eiuhty-Seven S7 in the city of Colum
h.w Di'it't.. oonniv Nebraska, also to cancel
of record a certain mortgage on said premises
executed bv John W Martin aud Nina Martin
bis wife to Philip Cain ou the 13th dav of Octo
ber. I$79. and recorded in Book D. Record of
Mortgages for said Platte county, at Page 1T3.
also to remove the cloud cast upon the plain
tiffs said title bv said record and by any and
all claims of title to or lien upon said property
by said defendants or either thereof.
Said defendants are required to answer said
petition on or before the 4th day of Septem
Augusts, 1911. Plaintiff.
TO THE FARMER
Why pay rent when you O
can own a farm, buying it
on easy terms when in many
instances one crop will pay
for the land. Tilling your
own soil, harvesting your
own grain, improving your
own farm and building for
yourself and family your
JUST THE WAY
Michael Whitinover. plaintiff, vs. William J.
Collins etal. defendants. No. WU.
Now on this Mh day of August. 1911. It ap
pearing to the court from the affidavits of the
plaintin and his attorney anuexed to the peti
tion herein pursuant to the provision of Sec
tion K3 of the Code of Civil Procedure aud to
the plaintiffs application for service by publi
cation pursuant to the provision of Section
of the Cinle of Civil procedure that It is neces
sary to join defendants- herein the unknown
heirs aud uevlsees of certain deceased per
sons, to-wit: William J. Collins, deceased,
i.ttin w Martin, deceased. Nina Martin, de
ceased, aud Philip Cain, deceased: and that
the names and residences of places of abode
of the several defendants In said petition
named including said heirs and devisees are
unknown to the plaintiff and to his attorney.
It is ordered that the plaintin be and he here
by Is authorized to proceed against such un
known heirs and devisees without naming
It ls further ordered that service be made
upon all defendants herein, including such uu
known heirs aud devisees, by publication for
four consecutive week In the Columbus Tribune-Journal,
a weekly newspaper of general
circulation in said Platte county.
By the Court.
GEO. II. THOMAS. Judge.
I hereby certify that the above Is a true and
perfect copy of the order of the court in above
C. M. ORCENTnERICIerk.
By ANN G ASS. Deputy.
August 8, 1911.
The ideal farm for the
American Farmer is where
he can receive the largest
reward for his labor and
capital invested. Here in
Cheyenne County you will
S receive the greatest returns o
9 fAi TfAiir loViAVTiTifli Ipafl n.an. S
ital invested, greater oppor
tunities for the making of
wealth in the shortest time
possible. Here you combine
farming and stock raising in
a profitable manner, tilling
q new soil, harvesting a new
crop, and increasing your
TO THE INVESTOR
" & 8fc)
of a cool drink was directed to that
spot; it has nearly saved the lives of J people as a member of the town board
She Whare has your ospa been ah
a Dereloplnf a coupl of Bega
ttrw wltt aa iutastaaww tartlopw.
NOTICE TO NONRESIDENT DEFENDANT
Frank Van Allen, boo resident defendant,
will take notice that there Is on Ule in the office
of the Clerk of the District Court, within and
for Platte county. Nebraska, the petition
against him of the undersigned plaintiff who
sues to recover the sum of t!4t.S0 with interest
thereon at the rale of 6 per cent per annum
from September f.1id. I9U9. as a balance due
upon a note of fVrt.OU. executed by said de
fendant to the plaintiff, on the 23rd day or
December. 19U5 ...
Said defendant is further notified that an
order of attachment has beeu issued against
him in said cause on the affidavit of the under
signed plaintiff, pursuant to which there has
been attached certain money or said defend
ant heretorore received on his accouut and
now held for his use by John Ratterman
County Judge for Platte county. Nebraska.
Said defendant is required to answer said
petition ou or before the :Stb day or August.
1911. or the same will be taken as true and
judgment rendered accordingly.
Do not allow your kidney and blad
der trouble to develooe beyond the
reach of medicine. Take Foley Kid
ney Pills. They give quick results
and stop irregularities with surprisng
promptness. For sale by all drug
Farm land offers the safest
and the best investment to
day. Each day adds untold
wealth to the value of farm
lands in this country. Every
person who has invested in
farm land in the last few
years has received from 35
to 200 per cent profit. - Put
your money in land, as it
will advance in price and is
the source of all wealth.
Karr I Hewlon Co. i
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