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lir. I:. i;. Wicii. Ranks.
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Especial attention ui mi to F"ye, F.ar,
Noio, Throat .mi Nursery.
i'L..- i'- ii .: -i- !.- . i.ti.
P'i... . I ... . i. .:. t jr.
l)r. lra Wid lenders.
I ipecial attention y;iven to Diseases
of Women anJ Children.
Office and Residence 11Z6 Murray St.
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Charles II. Ciratrell. 31. D.
i: 1:. i:ai:. .!: tmi thi.o.vi
.. .i :. N't-- O n. "Mill -. N'KH.
W. M. CORNELIUS
Attorney -p.. iLaw
DR. F. H. MORROW
IlnsK'iAN and Surgeon
Office .New luschen Building I
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N . M CELFRESH
ITOi:Ni. i-S.W ,
li -T 'bVh fc. I."K
GOOD SEWER WORK
. -- t.i. T "r- i- ; ur.l :n All
i .: tib- . t..e wodii w.I! not j
t: .ti. ..
n.ak u: f.-r pr ovr connections, j
W- A) e.rt1 plumbirur work from the t
OUR SEWER WORK
i just as n.'iiesr as the plumbintr worn. '
w-.ieh i always in vz. Have vou anv !
trout-1-' w:tn jour i. .binir? Maybe
trr s, vwr -orni.-tc.n- are et richt.
A. DTJSELL & SON
are now arriving'. Please give
us vour winter orders
Successor to Speice Coal Co.
,j-o "sj. "-ZSjh
i " .ir.-tru. tion of thi permanent ;
..i.i to li- tiiiitru"tl south of Colum-
! , . lu-t n-vn :Iih il:it4- an! I-oiin rlv-r I
... . . ,- -- -- .
n.i-i--! aaJ aftr a lns'thy U.cu?sxon
it tu- matter tlt- am- was on motion
l'-t.-rr-.'! unt.l tomorrow.
. ri itni. "f Sui)-r-tor :Vha-elier
t..- r...arl oi up-msor now ailjourn
i until 'j o'cl-K k. a. m.. tomorrow.
'olumbu. NVbra.-ka. S.-pt. 12. 111.
i-:r-iant ti aljournment the board
i -upf rvisor. mt at a olo-k. a. m.
tinn. Louis jVhwarz. chairman. John
Iraf cl-rk. and all m-mbrs present.
M'i'.l uv Hup-rvior n.ith that a
'iiiimittt-H of thre be appunt.-d of
wiin n th- ihairman of th board shall
- 'in-. inr tn- purpo-i to consult with
Jr Siii-M-m in r-trard to ettin irum
iin iit from his pasture lyin &ju:h of
ti -nuth -r..I of tlie Platt rive
'.n.l-- tt t- u-f.i in th construction
..t tii- permanent road between the
l''jMf- ai.d L-iup rivt-r brl-!---'.
M-.tion arriid and -upervlsors
i. "h and .-Vhure and Chairman
au w-ri- appoint-l a u h cum-
il.ii-.l !jv Supervisor Smith that thf
!.. r. .if u.rvisnr now .tdjuurn for
. - . 1 1 . 1 1 1 -- work until 'j n'clm k. a m.
. i..rr..w Motion earriei.
.hin.hus NVhraska. S-pt. 13. llll.
T board of ut-rvi!tor pursuant to
i 1 . .rniit-nt nnn at '-l k. a. m .
Iiui Scliwars. ohainnan. and
i " ;raf. cirk.
i: : iai:d and folinwin members
ioi r-. 1-r i..!..-r. Da.nbrock.
-. . n. r i-!i'ir- and Chairman
y i'e. A'.--r.t an. I -i a-i. Supr
- Sti,.Tn ar..i WiKoti
T " i- !i.i-ini; i rr-sent-.l
i:..artj uf Sup-r i.r.
: .-n I have to n-port that in
i . ii - v it 'i xrf ri-so! ition adopr-
! t '..ard of supervisor" at their
! i. toll, r 2;. !'.!' anil upon
ti.:- u n a ertitii-at l.v Engineer
.. I "..! t--l. ilk si.owins? fiat I'has
I" ! :p . ntractor for the widen-
i c ! reninjf an.l tral'hlnln of
"irnc and J.-weli ilrain.iire ditch.
! i i- . unt-i.'t w.tn the i ountv of
I" ' .- .p'it..j to fie f ,i.rt'i pay-
. t f.M- j.ii.j w-.rk arr.otintins' to
i- k " ". fr.-i-i w ii 'i am., .it j'j p.r
t . - t . I... ri-Ta.ni-d n p-r contract.
1 .-- .-.1 i uarrart ..n Au; i-t '.:. 1911.
' -a..I ' a- Thompson m t'i- eunt
.!" J. I"t ! on til.- Cams' and Jewell
1-ii'i.itr.- .Lt i fund. Said warrant was
i - .re.i l.v chairman Si hwarz and
! . r-. . Flov.i ravi.ion. r-pre-
t'," -.f c-as. Tiomp-'ti
JoliN ;ll.VF I'.iuntv Cl-rfc
I ".;.n : S'in-r-isor Wi'on
1 li- W 1 adopteJ
Ti.- ' wins' resolution was intro
! : ! U Sup-rvisor Wilson
U "Tea- I'uiintv Surve'-or Ro.iter
i- 'i-t in a !' i al .ondition to pr
f ..j t1-. luti' of his office and where-i-
rl -r are a number of new roads
' -urvei-.-.! t!i.-rer..re I.- u
I;. ...iv. . Uv th !-i.ir-' of supervisor-'
' 1" it;.- lountv Neira.-ka. that the
' . rk be d.Te. Te.1 to etlipIoV a
.("iit sure-or to establish th-
... ,,ii sij. h roads -aid urvcvor
.. ti te ' i- -'irvevs and ri lI notes with
' rk of tins board.
! ."'.ithin of Supervisor Si haecher
- i .; is a.lopt.-il
Si. v. v..r I. F ;.ttsi-halk -"jKniitteil
-nr.-v and ti"id notes of part of
t. ii.i.m of the !..wi road and on
i .'. -.inie jj- apprived bv the
' ii I
i" n .n! ran. - of Peter YVehn and
t . r iiri.nst tue alteration of a cer-
t -.I.) iii W.imlnll- t..wn-liip was
;r. . iit..l and read and on motion re-
- '! r.. ttie committee on road and
T'o . iims of Parri. k H.-ldv Kate
r ;..-. . j.,hn fc. Pot-nk J-.hn Ssach
I i ' I I".- Noon in o'l 1 n: of t!ie
.... ":.i .,f Lewis road in Joh-r t vrn-
. . pr-sented and ra-1 md on
.. .-i -rred to the toinmitte- on
- .-.! bridifes
i .ivir.K i.i'is on reconimnd.i-
t , ..vral i imni!ftee were on
i a. J !. tue board and th-
' ! iui- w iriai.ts m pav-
. f m a t!ie r.C" i.iuntv jr-n-
. :"r. sii. .'nunt.- .rt.ir
lrv .in.! office rent
; irt-r .S33 o
; .z i.nirt . b-rk. -al-
- cterk 3.1 nuar 12 in
'ojf .Ik. saiarv as
k ..f noard M tjuar. . ! b
I. r.-n o s ipt . saiarv
. .;. tuber ... . 133 3
'v I 'u . i. janitor alarv Ajc
; t -'. p: 1 2
Craf Ik . cah al-
! I S L-i r.n supt.. cash
.'' TIT .-d ...
i li. i n nin ln-r sup. i.ish ad-
. I" .-il
- e Eariv . anva1ns bond
"1-''" r-' irn"
I Hiev canvassms h.ind
-u- i l. it. retarns
i i ' n ilr.if . o ik . i anvam?
-.tid el-, tion return
n. i.raska Bien pub pricee,i-
: " a,,,i ""'I'1'-'
n i- iriotid . Stephens Co. up-
,, i. - f..r county
K iP -,; Bartlett Co uppl.es
r . on-.ty
x ,- Anderson, ilower plants
'l.r labor and material
r ! H'jMtv
'.. .rubus LlSlit H. , P Co.
i.x. t f.r oitirt houe..
; . M Brat.isan auto hire for
L F ili'tt.. halk survey for
co :nt 16 00
li-: rv B- lermann. commissjoner
: Brodball road 5 50
i'lii Becker stenocraph-r state
- Ed Hissins. Jr A 00
i: B Webb chainman. 3 50
V Palmateer. chainman 2 50
Mir'in C'lristnsr-n. po.-tms up
-"iti..n notices 2 00
Bak' r. puttins up election
tii 6 00
V n A Rice, posting up lec-
: : n.-:. es. etc 4 25
e. rr.. t on oi Supervisor Cbther the
1 i-i of supervisors now adjourned
-r... 2 . '.lo. k this p m
c.jlur -.us Nebraska. Sept. 13. 1911.
P-r-oa: t to adjournment the board
r" ipr. .ji met at 2 o'clock p. m.
H.-n Lou.- Schwann chairman, and
John Oraf clerk
j R..-.1! cal.e.1 and following -nembers
! Supervisor? Clother Dasenbrock.
S. haecher. Schure. Smith. Wilson and
About 200 representative taxpayers
f various parts Qf the county being
present Chairman Shwarz announced
that th.s is the time fixed by resolu
tion at the last session of the board of
supervisors, extending; an invitation to
the taxpayers of the county to be pres
ent at the mewtinj? of the board and
pa itn ipate in the discussion of the
proposition of building- a new court
Supervisor Dasenbrock now stated
that the first step to be taken is to de
cide whether or not Platte county
wants a new court house and a discus
sion of the proposition of raising funds
for the building of the same, either by
direct taxation or by voting bonds.
Mr. G. Fri.-chholz addressed the
board urging the necessity of building
a new court house, whereupon it was
moved by Attorney August Wagner
that it i the sense of this meeting that
Platte county -hall build a new court
house. Motion carried unanimously
by a rising vote.
County Attorney McElfresh now ex
plained the different methods of rais
ins fund- for the building of a court
hous. . whereupon a general discussion
of the proposition followed in whuh
lion. J E North. IL S. Dickinson, R. P.
Irake Ferdinand Fuchs. 1. W Phil
np. William Blither. W. M. Cornelius,
ci, as Seseike. c. J c;arlow. L. H. Loavy
and others participated, at the conclus
ion of which it was moved by Hon. J.
E. North tliat it is the sens.- of this
meeting that a proposition shall be
submitted to the voters of the county
.f voting bonds in the -uin f S250.mj0
for the building of a new court hou-e.
Amendment offered by Attorney Aug
ust Wasner that the sum to be voted
for -hall, not exceed the uii of J1V).-
Vote on amendment declared carried.
V-.te on onsinal motion as amended
le. iared carried.
Move.! bv Chas. Segelke that it is
the -mi of this meeting that the new
u.iirt hou-e shall b er- tei on the
present sue of the old court house.
Motion declared -arried br a rising
Moved bv Sup-rvisor Smith that the
board of sup.-n i--ur now adjourn until
tomorrow at a o'. loi k a. m. Motion
Columbus Nebraska. Sept. U. Pill.
T!:- board of supervisors pursuant to
adjournment met at 'J o'clock a. m.
Hon Louis Schwarz. chairman. John
Craf. derk. and all members present.
Ti..- following resolution was intro
i 4i ed bv Sup-r isor Smith.
W!..-rea-i the townhips of Oconee
and Loup of Platte county have voted
bonds in tue sUm of $a.oii for the
.-..: -truction of a steel wagon bridge
-out.' of Monro- m said county, and
W!..-reas subscriptions have been
i. ad.- for the on-truction of said
i-rt is.- in tue stjm of -tMl0 in aildi
tiin i) sad bonds and whereas the
. ost of -aid bridge is estimated at J3L-
T.i. r f.re be it Resolved that the
iv.intv of Platte assi-t m the cost of
t';e con-truction f said bridge in the
- mi not eceedms 2.ooo.m). n mo
t on .if Supervisor Wilson same was.
Moved by Supervisor Wilson that
t'li. miintv cb-rk. with the aid of the
.oiii iv alt irn-y be directed to jrepare
a resolution relative of making ap
pii. .t n to the State of Nebraska for
-tm -ii.: lor the ..instruction of the
-;.- i wair.ii bridge a. ross the Lou.
rier south f Monr-n- Motion carried.
n ui.ition of Supervisor Casen
l.r... k fie board of supervisors now ad
journed until 2 o'clock this p. m.
Columbus. Nebraska. Sept. II. 1311.
Pur-;. ant to adjournment the board
of -up rvi--ors met at 2 o'clock p. m
lion. Loui- Schwa rz. chairman, and
John Oraf clerk.
Roll called and following members
Supervisors Clother. Dasenbrock
S. ho-. h'-r Schure Smith. Wilson ami
Th" following resolution was intro-iu.-d
bv Supervi-or Smith:
Whereas, public necessity demands
the onstruction of a bridse across
Loup rier -.ojth of Monroe, and with
i I'latte eoiintv Nebra-ka.
.N'.it toeref re be it re .t.-.-d that a
-tee! wason bridse be cn-tructe.i
i- ro-s l., ip river south of Monroe. .W-'.-.i-ki.
and wh-dJv tvithin Platte coun
:v smd ras..n bri.lffe to be . .instruct
ed of st.. and about 2 feet in
nsf i tn-l it... it 1; feet in wid'h and
a-ri-- -aid Lo-p ri -r at a point or
-.. a" 'x lere t:.e .-ast line of s.ftion I
t . "-'up !7 rans- 3 we-t .,; the Sixth
(nil. :pal meridian reai lies Loup river,
s.oiin of Monroe and where ti.t riivr N
jli.il 2 feet wide, -aid Loup river
(ems a stream Hon ins throush Platte
c .i.r.Tv Ne i.raska. ..n.i being more than
..ne hundred and -eVellty-llve feet in
Be i further res.,H-ed that the Cost
of cn-tru.-tion of said bruise be not
to exceed $3 4 . and that the countv
of putt.- N. braska. pav at least $17
iiiii or oR.ha'f of the ii.st of construc
Be u further resolved that the fol
low ms application be made to the
-tate of Nebra-ka for -Mate aid in the
. ..nstru. t:-.n of said brids-. the coun
tv of Platte pledjnns itself to the state
of Nebra-ka to furni-h one-half of the
cost of construction of said bride- as
herein --et forth.
To the State of Nebraska and the
State Board of Irrigation of Nebras
ka. Application is hereby made by the
. nunt'- of Platte. Nebraska, for state
aid to th extent of S!7oi) in tne con--tructi
.n of the following proposed
A steel wason bridge across Loup
rr..r s,jUth of Monro-. Nebra-ka. at a
p..i:tt at or near where the east line of
s.-, uon 1. township 17. range J west
of the Sixth principal meridian reaches
Loup river, and whollv within Platte
Countv Nebraska, said Loup river be
ins a stream Sowing through Platte
county, and more than 175 feet in
width, said bridge to be constructed of
modern steel structure with tubular
pier- and about 2. '' feet Ions and
about 16 feet wide, said river at aiu
point beins about 2.0"0 feet wide
Said bridse to cost not to exceed $34 -into
and to be constructed at the esti
mated cost of $3io0i. For the pur
pose of tixins the estimate cost of con
struction of said bridse reference is
made to plan for steel bridges No. l.0
on rile in the state engineer's of fit e.
That on the 14th day of September.
1'Ul. the board of supervisors of said
county dulv passed a re-olution pleds
ins said Platte county to the payment
of one-half of the construction of said
bridse. a certified copy of wnieh is
hereto attached and made a part of
Said Platte county respectfully re-unest-
that its application herein made
be accepted and approved and that
plans and specifications be furnished
by the state engineer and that all nec-e-sary
steps be taken in the construc
tion of said bridge.
On motion of Supervisor Wilson
same was- adopted.
The following bills were on motion
allowed and the clerk directed to issue
warrants in payment thereof on the
1310 county poor fnnd:
Ernest Schacher. threshing at
cuntv farm 564 00
! PVnesr Rerciitobl. labor at countv
farm 3 50
A. D. Jensen. labor at cour y
farm 3 75
IL F. Grelner. mdse. for poor 3 23
lr. I- P Carstenson. attendirg
sick horses at co. farm 21 00
The following bills Were on motion
allowed by the board and the Merk di
rected to issue warrants in oayment
ther-of on the county road and bridge
Geo -V Hoagland. account clty
of Columbus $34S 32
L. J. Merten. account Granville
twp - M
Geo A. Hoasland. account Co
lumbus twp 'US 33
John Smyers. account Colum
bus twp 13 00
M E Clother. account Lose
Creek twp 30 00
Walrath & Sherwood Lbr. C..
account Sherman twp i5 50
Arnold Nyffeler. account Co
lumbus city 'js 00
Joseph Keller ac-ount Humph
rey twp 134 30
Fred Pa.-enbroek. account Cres-
ton twn 3 00
Peter Lubischer. account Gran
ville twp T ill)
J. D. Adam- Co . account Shell
i 're.-k twp 24 o0
las. Burows. account Shell
Creek twp 41 00
Edwards & Bradford Lbr. Co..
account Shell Creek twp ... 13 )
Walrath .& Sherwood Lbr. Co..
a.-i oiint Burows twp IIS SS
Car! W Gertsth. act ount Bur
rows :wp 30 Do
John 11 S.liafer. account Gran-
die twp S
Jo-eph Bender, account Gran
ville twp 33 j-
John German, account Granville
tap I"- "
X'-.. Schneider Fowler Co. ac
count Grannlle twp 23 6o
f" J Bender account Gran-
.Me twp $)
j..) n H. Ternns. account Gran
ville twp 30 on
W A. Pender account Granvli:.-
.vp 67 50
71ms. A. Van Lvke. account
Grtnville twp 4 0i
Louis Bonder, u. count Gran-
'. twp 6 Co
it Cro.-ser. account Granville
f p 16 'Ji
Chi -. Miller, account Oconee
iv.p 3 23
V .liter i Sherwo.nl Lbr Co
account Oconee ;wp 2.1 7o
Alvin Goke. account Oconee twp C 00
Fred Goke. account Oconee twp 21 4'
Ciar-r.. e Sesea. account Ocon-e
twp 6 . ..
E L. Van Ail-n. acount Oconee
t wp 31 5"
W J Welch, account Oconee
twp 35 00
"ha-. Miller, account Oconee
twp 30 00
c as. Miller, account Oconee
t wp 56 20
John If. liwr-n:e account Oc.i-
ne- tp 1 1 2".
Wm Sis-a. ac.M-unt Oconee twp 3! !3
Wni Sise.i. a unt Oconee twp 249
C.is Miller, account Oconee twp 14 05
George Miller account Oconee
t V 3-0
E L. Van Alb-n. a. count Oeor.et
tw p . - .... 60 25
Chas Miller account onee twp '- s'
Tie- following report was submitted
W vour committee appoint-4 to up-r-.
is.- tne road work on roads leading
fr m Platte Cent.-r under contract let
:o Carl W G-rt- li and C C. Doody
an.l to be paid for out of the inheri
taine tax fund rep..r' that we have
1 .Iv superintended -aid work and that
t!..- -atue iii- been done in a workman
like niann. r and according to ontract
ti.d the sain.- is tt.-r. f-r- appr c-ed bv
is in all res.,;s
M E. CLOTHER,
A I 'AM SMITH.
J F SHURE
n motion :" Supervisor Si:ith the
report was adopted.
Ti- f.d'.winc bills were on motion
allowed b" the board an.l the !erk di
rei ted to i-sije warrants in p.i".mnt of
-an;.. ..ii the inheritance tax f".nd.
C c liootly improving and
siadins r.-nd $4- 0
'"arl W Gert. h. improving and
grading road 223 Oo
I'v 'notion of Suj.er i--or WiNon the
b..arl of supervisors now adjourned
until o'clock a. in. tomorrow
c..iumlis. Nebraska. Sept. 13. pill.
T!" board of supervisors of Platte
oiintv N-bra-ka pursuant to ad-
j.oirtinient met at ' o'clock a. t. Hon-
.-oiiis -:. hwarz chairman, and John
Roll talb-d and following ni-mbers
Supervisors Clother. Da-.nbrock.
S. !ia 'i-r. Si hure. Smith. WiN.in and
Chairman S. nwarz
M..v. ! t. ..per- i-or Schaec r that
can lesson her toil and
make her kitchen more
comfortable during the hot
summer weather by using
ELECTRIC FLAT IRONS
ELECTRIC PLATE HEATERS
ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINES
and many other labor sav
ing devices that we have
on display at our office.
The expense for operating
means nothing when com
pared to the comfort de
rived, f your lights are
dingy or your eyes weak
TUNGSTEN OR MAZDA LAMPS
The kind that make dark
corners look like day.
Light, Heat and
the chair appoint a rommittee of three
to pr-pare a resolution submitting to
the voters of Platte county a proposi
tion to build, equip and furnish a new
court house and to i.-sue bonds to pay
for the same. Motion carried and the
chair appointed as uc!i committ.e
Supervisors Schaecher. Schure and Wil
son. Moved by Supervisor Clother that an
intermission be taken by the board of
supervisors to give the committee suf
ficient time to prepare the resolution
After reconvenement of the board of
supervisors report was submitted as
Your committee appointed to pre
pare a resolution submitting to the
voters of PL.tie county a proposition to
build, enuip and furni-h a new court
house and issue bonds to pay for the
same, beg leave to submit as their re
port the following resolution:
Be it Re-olved by the board of sup
ervisors of Platte county. Nebraska,
that the following proposition be and
is lier-by submitted to the legal vot
ers of -aid county at a special election
her.-by ordered and called to b. held in
Platte county at the several voting
places ther-in on the pjth day of De
cember, l'ill. said proposition being in
the following word ami figures, f
wit: Xotlrf of pevlal Election.
Notice J- brebv given to the legi,
voters of Platte county In the state f
Nebraska, that a special election wi
be I ed m said county at the usual -t-ins
pl.u es therein on the pith da- of
I'ecelnber. l'Ul. foT the purpose of . ,' -
ins on the following proposition r.-
Shall the board of supervisors of
Platte cuntv N-braska. isue the .-..i.-pon
bonds of uid . oiinty to the amour.:
f $1hi.imio to erect, construct and f ir-ni-h
a suitable notrt hous- on the -it.-if
the pre-ent court hou-- in the . if
of Columbus In Platte county. Neira--ka.
said bonds to be issued in sum- ..f
Jl.oOo each t be made payable to bear
er and dated on the 1st dav of .Map h.
I'12. and to become due and payable
ten ears from the date thereof w it i
intere-t at rive per cent p-r annum
pavabl- annually on the 1st day of
March of each war upon interest cou
pons thereto attached, both principle
.nd intere-t payable at the . tre.i.s
office in citv of Columbus, countv of
I'latte and -tate ..f Nebra.-ka. and said
bonds or any portion thereof in the
-urns or not less than $1 ooo shall '
made redeemable at any time after tire
v.-ars from tae date of -aid bonds at
the option and upon the call of ti..
proper officers of said county, and
Shall the board of supervisors of th-.
OlltltV of Pl.ltte calls- tO ll.' levied Up-
ui the taxable? property of said county
in annual tax sufficient for the pa-tn-nt
of the interest on said bonds as it
li-eomes du.. and beginning with and
after .March 1st. 112. shall the board
of supervisors annually cause to b
levied on the taxable property of said
countv an annua! tax sufficient to pa
ei-veti per . -nt of the principal of said
coapon bonds and at tax levy preced
ing she niat.iritv of saj.j bonds !all
the said board of supervisors cau-e to
be l.-v'te.l on the taxable property of
said cuntv a tax sufficient to pav th
prin. n!e and Interest due upon .u.
bond- said bonds -hall b- i-sued. r-g-
st-red and sold bv the proper officers
of said county and the proceeds thereof
shall be paid to the treasurer thereof
ro be held l.v said treasurer as a spe-
jol fund to he di-bursed only on iie
order of th- county board of said oun
tv in paym. tit of warrants regular! v i
-ued for the purpose aforesaid, and f
two-thirds of th- legal votes cast at
said ele,ti..n shall b- in favor of r.e
proposition h-rehv submitted the -a.-i
hoard of sup.-rvisors snail b- autl. ti -
ed to eeCUte and is.-Ue the said ""
To- manner in which the proposition
shall be s.ji mitted shall be b' i-a! "
upon whi a there shall be written
printed the words
For tourr h.o'i-e bonds and tax...
Again.-t court house bonds and tax i
If two-thirds of the ballots ca-t c
-aid election shall be in favor of t! -proposition,
then the same shall - !
. !ar-! adopted, otherwi" it sh.nl '.
. tared lost.
At said el. Ctl'l the polls shall be
.p.-r.ed at ..'clock in the morning and
shall c.se at six o'cloi k in the aft-r-
nn of the said date of election, to be
conducted according to law- an.l aft-r
noti.-t- ther.-of as in such cases made
and provided bv statute.
Bv ord-r of the board of supervisors
of Platte countv Nebraska, this j-.th
dav of September loll.
Chairman of Board of Supervisors
We vour committee further recom
mend that t'i county clerk be dirette.1
to have the necessary ballots print, d
for -aid el... tion and cause the forego
ing "Notice of Special Election" to r
published in all of the newsp iper
pnnted and published in Platte co i-.'
J F. SCHURE.
Moved by Supervisor l-asen' r- k
that the report ami resolution -ui.'i. -
ed bv the .ommittee be adopted b" ' ,e
board. R. II called for vote
Supers l-oi-s Clother. Das-n'"r... k
Schaecher S. hure. Smith and Sehwirc
Voting -yes- Supervisor Wii-on v..t
ng 'no " Motion d- tared carri-d
Moved bv Supervisor Smith tl. c -
board of supervisors now adjourn ;'
til 2 o clo. k tht. p. m. Motion carri-d
Columbus. Nebraska. S-pt. 13 i'Ki
Pursuant to adjournment th- board
of supervisors met at 2 o'clock p. m
Hon. Lotus Sdiwarz. chairman. Jobn
Graf clerk, and all members pres-nt.
Mov-d by Supervisor Smith that a
committee of three be appointed of
whi. h tn.- chairman of this board shall
b one to superintend the construction
of the permanent road south of Colum
bus, between the Platte and Loup riv-r
Motion .arried and Supervisors Smith
and Clother and Chairman Sen wars
ic-r- appointed as such committee.
Supervisor Schure was now tal'.-d
upon to take the chair.
Moved bv Supervisor Schwarz tint
the -l-rk be directed to advertise for
b!s for the construction of that part I
of the permanent road between the
Platte an I Loup river bridges whe h
will be construct-d under the inheri- j
tanc- tax law. as soon as the n'-
sary survey is made by the govern
ment engineer and the plans and P" i
neatlon tiled with him. hid" to b- til-d
with th- county juds- not later than
Octob-r 3th at 12 o'clock noon. Motion
The following bills w-r- on motion
allowed by the board and the el-rk di
rected to lsue warrants tn paym-nt -f
sam- on the Rift county g-n-ral fund
Jhn Ratterman. co. judge. cots
instate cases $30 30
KIopp & Bartlett Co.. supplies for i
county 12 30
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream offTartar
NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
Mark Burke salary for Septem-
br 7) )0
Fr.-d Iasenbrock sup. services as
supervisor 42 40
I F S hure. sup. services as
si.t.ervisor 40 70
C. i-!.: her. sup. services as
slo.-t-.sor 33 70
A 1 1-1 s,RI 1, sup. services as
-i.- . .-or I -.
H- r ?. jec'ner. op. services
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ASSERT THEIR VALUE
The irriirateil area: in the Biir Horn B isin an.l the Yellowstone Valley pre
sent at this time a wholesome example of the '.alue of irrigation On the Gov
ernment irrigated homesteads in the v.eimty of Italstnti. Powell ami Garland.
Wyo.. aad alonir the Yellowsrone river near Huntle. .Mont., there are maejiiri
cent cop:? of alfalfa, wheat, oats, potatoes, smrar lieets. etc.
An ample supply of water is furnished through tiie -ea-on by th Govern
ment. A Ion"; the Biir Horn River, upon lands taken under the Cirey et, there
are liKewise extensive areas of prorltable crops
The Government irrijjated homesteads under the new Ralston unir are now
available for entry. These include some of the most vduable and easily irri
irateii lands in the Basin. They are surro-mded by protectintf and magnificent
mountain ranges. Foeal and Government agvnts help you in everv way to
select your land, and they take a deep interest in the development of y iur tarm.
The writer visited that locality the week of Autrut tith to the 12th and saw
everywhere such excellent yields, such hijfhlv !. elopeii farms, canals full of
water, fast irowm town-: new land ?oin;r under cultivation, a- to warrant
thL- statement, that there are not today, in the United States, better chances
for successful farming- and future homes than upon the irrigated lands of the
above named regions.
Join our personally conducted excursions during tho autumn, ard see for
yourself what I am trying to make plain to you.
nffljffiSwil E. Clem Deaver, Immigration Agent,
The Home of
The Top Notch in Groceries we
Strive to Attain. As we Succeed our Patrons
Gain! When it comes to selling things to eat,
In Quality and Price, We'll not be Beat!
Eleventh Street Grocer. Columbus, Nebraska
-r sup-ivisor 37 l0
Loins Schwarz. sup. services as
sop-iv -. 33 CO
faniet Wilson, sup. services as
supctvisor 43 60
Paniel Wilson, sup., cash ad-
vanced 4 00
.Moved by Supervisor Schure that the
hoard of supervisors now ad.ourn un-
tn Ottober 3 1311. at 2 O'ci 'Ck p m.
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to OCT. 7. 1911
WEDNESDAY NTCHT, OCT 4
FRIDAY NTGHT, CKT.6
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AT RIGHT PRICES
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