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TUESDAY, JULY 23. 19
I herewith announco my candi
dacy for county commissioner on tho
republican ticket and ask tiie support
of nil-citizens and pledge to conduct
the' county ' afTaira in an economical
and business way if elected.
" Iiia L. MlLTONiiElionu.
Republican County Convention.
Pursuant to the call of the Republi
can State' Convention called to meet at
Lincoln, Nebraska, on July 30th, 1912,
for tiie purpose of adopting a platform
and selecting a state contrnl committee,
tho republican county convention for
Lincoln county is hereby called to meet
at North Platte, on July 25th, 1912, at
2p.,m., for the purpose of electing ton
delogates to attend said state conven
tion and for the selecting of n county
central committee nnd for such other
business as may come before the con
The basis of representation from tho
scyero.1 precincts is based on the voto
cps,t for Francis G. Hamer forjudge of
tho Buprerpo court in 1911, general
election allowing one delegate for every
20 votes or major fraction 'thereof is-ns
North I'lotto No. 1
North" IMatto No. 2.
North I'latta No. a
North Matte No. 4
Maxwell ,..... 3
Miller. . 1
Myrtle .t 1
ScIUm-r ,, 1
Sunshine. .,....V. .,1
Iluchanan .. ...... 1
' Cox 1
l'ayno ... 1
Deer Creek 1
Fox Creek 1
Wallace ...i 2
weii :,.. .1
Willow . ..1
E. H. Evans,
Chairman Republican Central
""' ' Committee.
Quite a number of republican county
conventions wore held in tho state last
week', ,8ome of which endorsed the'faft
administration, others declared for
Roosevelt and still others wore silent as
betwoon the two candidates, preferring
to hnvo tho stato convention settlo, as
nearly as possible, the vexatious ques
tion. It looks as though tho state con
vention will bq almost as exciting as
the Chicago convention.
Our Farming Possibilities.
One is simply lost in n forest of
figures when .bo undertakes to computo
the, value- of American farm products.
uere tor inatnnce, is a llnnncinl paper
estimating that our six loading crop's
Cornt wheat, oats, barley, potatoos and
hay this year will amount to$765,000,
000 more than thoy came to last year.
Wo no longer speak of tho toal valuos,
but the cxcpsboj. Not what did laBt
year's crops bring, but how much more
or less-will tho crops of this year bring
is tho question.
Y.ot in spito of all this tremendous in
creasejn tho production of new wealth,
wo nccuso ourselves of consuming
faster than wo produce, Then with
wha rapacious groed wo must consume!
But thp criticism is not wholly unfound
ed. Qur balances at the end of tho
year prove that wo must enlarge our
productive area and increase our ncroage
yield. And the extent nnd chnracterof
our soil permit us to do both. When it
is possiblq to increase our output of six
crops by moro than $750,000,000 with
only tho beneficence of u moro propitious
season as the cause, what could we do
with this plus a general application of
tho principles of intensive agriculture?
Never Owned Watch.
Sutherland, Neb., July 20, 1912.
. I am pleased to noto that the Te)e
graph credits mo with being a stand
pattor to the extent that I do not back
up on any proposition; but it seems to
mo that it might bo well to explain;
though we aro told never to explain
your friends need no explanations; your
enimies will not believe the explana
tion that so far in this life I have
never been able to own a watch, have
never boon auio to iuko irom my
pocket the pear-gold time piece and
point with prido nor view with alarm
the indications shown there, so that
the schedule referred to by tho Tele
graph as sotting forth an Ingonol
watch as valued at one hundred dollars
Could not have beon my porsonal sched
ule, and tho informant of the Telegraph
must havo jangled tho name as well as
the fl cured In the wronc column, simply
showing' his life time experience in IfiBt
I presume that the Telegraph rofened
tola watchmade by thelngersol Watch
Co,,, though thoro nre, or wero, other
Ingorsols. I would bo pleased indeed
did I own a watch, even though it were
one made by the Ingersol Watch Co.
Local and Personal.
Ed Bonher, of Gothenburg, visited in
town Friday and attended Chautauqua.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.
James Guyman Saturday morning. .
Miss Fern Lawlcr, of Paxton, is
visiting Miss Mario LeDioyt this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Garman
moved into the former Marti house on
tho corner of 2nd and Dewey St. Sat
urday. Mrs. Patrick Ruddy wentto Keystone
Saturday to spend a few days with re
latives. Mrs. Arthur North, of Overton, is
spending thiw week with her sister Mrs.
Mrs. Wnrren Hogg returned the last
of the week from a short visit with
friends in Dickens.
A social dance was held at the K. P.
hall Saturday evoning. Tho attendance
wns larger than usual. t
Miss Cecilia Monahan returned last
evening from a short visit with rela
tives in Broadwater.
. Ray Murray, of Lincoln, spent the
end of the week with his mother and
Mrs. C. P. Carson left Saturday
morning for Lexington to visit her
husband who Is employed there'.
Miss Francis Christ went to Paxton
Saturday morning to visit her mother
who resides on a farm near that towri.
Miss Freda Hammer left tho last of
tho week for Sidney to visit her sister
Mrs. Ed. Aherns for a week or longer.
Gene Combs came up from Lincoln
tho last of the week to visit his Bister
Mrs. W. T. Banks and trnnsact busi
ness. Mrs. Major, of Alabama, arrived here
hero Friday evening to make an .ex
tended visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Mrs. William Johnson, of Ord, re
turned home Saturday morning after a
two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Vans coy.
Miss Elaino Bundy left Sunday morn
ing for Kearney to visit her aunt Miss
Ella Blake, who is attending the Kear
Mr. and Mrs. Nanos and John Polous,
of the North Platte Kandy Kitchen, are
moving into the Barraclough house on
eaBt 3rd street.
Mrs. Cook nnd son Roland, of Colum
bus, left for homo Saturday morning
after spending two weeks with Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Bowen.
Meadnmes Fred Rassmussen and
DorBcy Lepold, of Hershey, returned
homo yesterday after visiting friends
nnd attending Chnutauqua.
After spending three weeks with her
aunt Mrs. Hugh Bird, Miss Mnrie
Buddo returned to her home in Mt.
Union, In., Saturday morning.
Stove McDonnld, of Los. Vegas, N.
M., who has been tho guest of his sister
Mrs. L. L. Greeno for some time, re
turned homo Saturday morning.
Mrs. Nisloy, of Hotchkiss, Colo.,
loft Saturdny morning liaving termi
nated a visit with her sister Mrs. Jack
Palmer. Mrs. Nisley was formerly
Miss Ethel Harrow, of this city.
The social dance at the Lloyd opera
house on Friday evening was a very
ploauant one to ail attonding. The
evening was cool, music good and a
number of line dancers present. It was
givon under tho direction of P. H.
Lonorgan who intends giving one every
Myrtle and Vicinity.
This section was viaitcd by a soaking
rain Wednesday night.
W. S. Ross Is hauling lumber for a
J. N. Waltz has his house almost
ready for the plasterers.
J. II. Edmiston, Fred Warren. E.
W. Crane, and Carl McGrew, Sr.,
camo out from North Platte Sunday
and held n Sunday school convention at
tho red school house. A goodly crowd
was present and listened to the dis
cussions of the various phases of Sun
day school and all went to their respec
tive homes feeling that it had been
time well and profitably spent.
W. S. Iloss marketed cattlo and
and hogs at North Platte Thursday.
Robt. Beattie delivored cattlo at
North Platte Thursday.
Georgo Richard is entertaining a
niece who came from Lexington
C. L. Apptegarth and brother-in-law,
Mr. Ohnstesd, are canvassing this
community in the interest of the Plum
fleld nursery of Fremont.
Mrs. C. L. Applegarth has returned
from a visit with rolatives in eastern
Mr. and Mrs. James Adamion whose
home is in New Mexico, are visiting rel
atives. Mrs. Adamson was formerly
Miss Martha Stearns.
Thero will be a barn dance at tho
Welman Stearns ranch July 27th.
Notice to Bidders.
Sealed bids will be received at the
oflice of county clerk of Lincoln county
up to 12:00 o'clock noon, August 1st,
1912, for replacing stringers per unit
Suantity and replanking per lineal ft,
outh Platte river bridge ut North
Platte, all material to bo furnished by
Lincoln county. C. W. Yost,
Wnrren Lanig and family arevipiting
relatives in Hershey.
MIrh Mabel Kemnlin left Saturday
for Lcwellen to spend a few days with
tho homo folks.
Miss Marion Spicoruleft Saturday,
morning for Keystone to spend aiveral
days with her sister Mrs. T. C. Ilecht.
Mrs. L. L. Greeno and son Loverne
went to Ashley, Mich., Saturday morn
ing to make a two months' visit with
For Sale Two good rcgistered'Heri
ford bulls, 4 years old, also two year
lings. Inquire of Wm. Edis, North"
Platte, Neb. - tfv
Mrs. Jens Sillisen and daughter, of
Keystone, who spent the pnst week
with her sister Mrs. Fred Frederfckson,
left yesterday morning. .
Ben Mathpws and niece Miss (Doris
Sillisen of Keystone, who were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fredrickson dur-
ing Chautauqua, left Saturday mpjning.
Kidney Diseases Are Too Danger;,,
ous For North Platte People io
The great danger of kidney troubles
is that they so often get a firjtji lftrtd
before tho sufferer recognizes them
Health will bo gradually undermined. ' of
nacKaciie, neauncne, nervousness, ,
troubles, dropsy, gravel and Bright's f
disease may follow as tho kidneys get,
t, ,. . . , :, '
worse. Don t neglect your kidneys, i
Help tho kidneys with Doan's Kidney I
Pills, which are so 3trongly recom-!
mended right here in North Platte. I
George W. Weinberger, 109 West
Ninth St., North Platte, Nebr., savs:i
"Two years ago I became afflicted'
with kidney trouble and suffered with
agonizing pains through my back. I
gradually grew worse, became all run
down. My kidneys did not perform
their functions properly. Learning of
Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured them
from McDonell & Graves' Drug store
(now Schiller & Co.) and after I had
taken tho contents of six boxes, I was
entirely cured. Prior to using Doan's
Kidney Pills, I had to lay oft . from
work for several months, but after
taking this remedy only one "month
I was able to resume work."
For salo by all dealers . .Price 50
cents. Foster-Miiburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, sble agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no othjr.
DR. HARRY- MITCHELL,
Teiephonu Rod 458 60554 Dbwej ft.
North I'lntte, Nebraska.
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
Doctors Ames & Ames,
Physicians and Surgeons, S3
Oflkf over Stone Duig Co.
Plmnw lOffiiv i.'73
1 MlntM r fk , .inn
I ItCMIUtMlC 270
isn't neeessary if you have us in.
stall your plumbing. If you are
thinking of aterations, give us
of estimating, as wo recommend
all of our work, which is always
performed by first-class skilled
mecnanics. consult us.
R. F. STUART,
Shop Phone 369. Res. Phone
217 East Sixth Street.
Estimate of Expenses.
I, Chits. F. Temple, city clerk in and for the city of North Platte. Lincoln
county, Nebraska, hereby certify tho following estimate of expenses was
made by the mayor and city council of the city of North Platte, Nebraska, for
tho fiscal year 1912 the 2d day of July, 1912.
BONDS AND INTEREST.
To pay interest on $1000.000.00 water bonds j, 2500.00
To pay interest on $29,000.00 sewor bonds .. 1200.00
To-payprincipal on ono sewer bond $1000.00 .' 1000.00
To pay tho salary of city officers. ..'..., 2500 00
For streets and alleys, sidowalksj crossings etc 5000.00
For sewer maintenance and flushing... ,....., 1000.00
For lichtincr streets and allevs -'y ' sKnn'nn
For incidental expenses of the city ...
To pay salaries nnd incidcntlal expensed, , . , , , . . , 2500.00
To .pay salaries, incidental expens.es, hydrant rental and for supplies.... 5000.00
To pay salaries,, aupplios and incidental, expenses .....,.,,,.. 2000.00
To pay salaries, repairs, extensions nndjlmprovflments and incidental oxponaes
for operating tho water plant, Ta-v v ' 30,000.00
... CHAS. F. TEMPLE. City Clerk,
North Platte, Neb,, July 8, 1912. -
In ' House of Good Show In I
When in Norlh Plalle.
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matinee Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Homeopathic I'hyilclan and Surgeon
Hospital accommodation! Medical and
sunrlcal attention given opstetrlcal cases,
Ofllco Phono 183 Kes. Phono 283
Olllcn McDonald Stato Hank Wd'g
4---K 4- -M H K-4-4 V 4 4 -
GEO. D. DENT,
Physician and Surncon, &
Office over McDonald Bank. fc
) ntTinn I'M
I'honcs j; Rosidenco 115
- Jit .V- St (WM ft t
Statement of the Condition
North Platte. Nebraska, on the 30th
day of Juno. 1912.
F'rst mortgage loans..'...! m',j ikwoo
Stock loans 1 W0 IX)
cash 7 4i M
DfAen?f "hl.?.t.cr.5:.1!Tf.,r1"?!1 707 50
Hxpensea'aiid taxes paid'. .'".'.'.'.'.'.'.', l iu 88
Total ms m 42
0anl.ai Htock nMd"'T1ES: ...... ..,-. ,-u ,.
"csf.rXe. fyml 8 too oo
Undivided orollts 2J 630 28
Other liabilities 41 (0
Total .w..., relets lis 12
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR
THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1912,
Balance on hand Jul' 1, 1011 t 3 .Ti2 09
Dues 9 4S2 R0
Interest, and lines 38 129 SO
Loan repaid 41 sun 07
Miscellaneous Fees notion
Taxes and Insurance 13023
Total $182 778 71
Loans !...$ 79 COO 00
Expenses 1799 31
Stock redeemed iu 8il 05
Cash on hand 7 41(1 Jj(l
Taxes and Insurance lOlhi
Total $182 7787l
Stato of Nebraska. Lincoln county, ss.
I, Samuel Goozee. secretary of the above
named Association, do solemnly swear that
the foresfolnsr statement of tho condition of
said Association Is true and correct to tho
best of my knowledge and belief.
samuki. goozee, Sccrotary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1,'st
day of July, 1912.
Otitic HuTiiANAN. Notary Public.
C. O. Wki VOANII, )
F. T. Redmond. Directors.
V. vonQortz. 1
NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF ARTICLES
OF INCORPORATION OK NORTH PLATTE
GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY.
Notice Is hereby niven.that Articles I, IV, VI,
VIII anil VII of tho Articles of Inconroration of
North Platte Gas nnd Electric Company have
been amended to read respectively as follows:
'The name of this Corporation shall be "North
Platto Electric Company."
AMOUNT OF CAPITAL STOCK.
The amount of capital stock of this corporation
shall he one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00)
divided into one thousand shares of tho par value
of ono hundred dollars ($100.00) each, to Ims fully
paid when Issued and to lie non-assessable. All
of said capital stock shall be subscribed and paid
for, cither in cash or In property, at the com
mencement of tho business of said corporation.
"The highest amount of indebtedness which this
corporation may at any time subject Itself shall
not exceed a sum equal to two-thirds of Its paid
up capital stock.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS.
Tho airairs of the corporation shall be managed
by a lioard of five (5) directors elected by the
stockholders from among their number. Tho
board of directors shall elect or appoint a presi
dent, vice-president, . secretary and treasurer,
and such other officers as may bo subscribed by the
by-laws. One person may hold more than one
olllco when tho duties thereof do not conflict.
The board of directors shall have power to
adopt by-laws for the management and control
of the alTidrs of tho corporation, not inconsistent
with law, anil to amend, add to or repeal the
same at pleasure.
These articles may be amended by an affirma
tive majority voto of the capital stock at any
regular annual meeting of tho stockholders, or at
any special meeting duly called in accordance
with the by-laws of the corporation for that
In witness whereof, we, the undersigned stock
holders and directors of said company ha vo here
unto set our hands this 31st day of May. 1912.
In the matter of tho estate of Claus Erickson,
in the county court of Lincoln county, Ne-
urasKa, June i. iviz.
Notice is hereby given, that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of said
estate, before the county judge of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, at the county court room. In said
county, on the 23d day of July. 1912, and on the
23d da of Jan.1913, at 0 o'clock a. m. each day.
lor tne purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allowance. Si
months are allowed for creditors to present their
Claims, ana one year ror thtf administrator U
settle said estate, from the 16th day of June.
19U. A copy of this order to be published in the
North . Platte, Tribune, a semi-weekly newspaper
published in said county for four successive
weens prior to salt date.
J25-4 JOHN GRANT, County Judge,
,v v. , , . . , -, . 250o!o0
DCff. tdfiBld red,ield,
WILLIS J. REDFIELD, Surgeon.
JOS V. REDFIELD, Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
, . Hospital . .
Office phone 241. Res. phone
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska
McDonald Bank Building.
A Merchant of Brady
came into our store the other day and
purchased 2,000 cigars for his trade'.
Though ho is a now customer, it didn't
require any talking to sell him the
goods; ho knev the name of J. F.
Schmalzried on a cigar box means
quality; a well made cigar from the
best brands of tobacco. Certain brands
of our cigars have been on the market
for twenty-five yearsif they were
not good, smokers would have declined
years ago to "buy them. They have
been tested by critical smokers and
not found wanting in any particular.
J. F. SCHIYIALZRIED,
Frozen from water pumped from
a good depth, and the lake has
been re-cemented thus insuring
the best and purest ice possible
Price 50 Cents
Per 100 Lbs.
We solicit your orders and insure
L. W. EDIS.
Notice of Election.
To tho electors of the city of North
Notice is hereby given that on the
Gth day of August, 1912, in the city of
North Platte, Nebraska, an election
will be held at which the approval or
disapproval of the following resolution
of the city council of the city of North
Platte, Nebraska, passed May 22d,
1912, shall be submitted, said resol
ution being as fdllowa:
"Whoreas, on or about the 1st dy
of Mar. A. D., 1897, this council passed
an ordinance conferring certain rights
and franchises upon the North Platte
Telephone Company, and
Whereas, said North Platte Telephone
Company desires to assign and sell said
franchise and rights to the Nebraska
Telephone Company, and
Whereas, it would be to the benefit
of tho people to have the telephone
exchange located in this city become
and be a part of the telephone system
owned and operated by the Nebraska
Now, Therefore, be it resolved that
the sale and assignment by the North
Platte Telephone Company to the Ne
braska Telephone Company of all rights
and franchises conferred upon the
North Platto Telephone Company by
the aforesaid ordinance be and the
same is here,by approved, ratified and
Tho polling places for said election
shall bo: in. the First ward at the hose
house in said ward; in the Second ward
in the commissioners' room on" the
second floor of the court house in said
ward; in the Third ward at the hoso
house in said ward, and in the Fourth
ward atithe hose house in said ward.
The ballots to be issued at said elec
tion shall have printed thereon:
For tho resolution passed by the city
council of the city of North Platte,
May 22nd, 1912, approving, ratifying
anu connrming tne salo oi tne rights
and the f renchises of the North Platte
Telephone Company to the Nebraska
Against the resolution passed by the
city council of the city ot North Platte,
May 22nd, 1912, approving, ratifying
and confirming the sale of the rights
and the franchises of the North Platte
Telephono Company to the Nebraska
Those voting in favor of the resolu
tion of the city council shall mark their
ballots with a cross opposite the para
l?!,. fna rann1lirtrn nnuaafl liw tho
city councp" and thoso voting against
said resolution shall mark thoir ballots
with n cross opposite the paragraph
"Against tho resolution passed by
the city council."
Said election shall be opened at 9
o'clock a. m. and remain open until 7
o'clock p. m. of Enid state.
Copies of above resolution and or
dinance can be obtained at the city
In witness where I have hereunto
subscribed my name this first day of
Chas. F. Temple,
"(Seal) Citv Clerk.
In tho matter of tho estate of Carl E. ShacfTer,
In the county court of Lincoln county, Ne
braika, June 18th, 1912.
Notice Is hereby given, that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of said
estate, before tho county Judge of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, at the county court room, In said coun
ty, on the 23d day of July. 1912, and on the
23d day of Jan. 1913, at 9 o'clock a. m. each day,
for the purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allowance. Six
months are allowed for creditors to present their
claims, and one year for the administrator to
settle said estate, from tho 15th day of June,
1912. A copy of this order to published In the
North Platte Tribune, a semi-weekly newspaper,
published In said county for four successive
weeks prior to said date.
J25-4 JOHN GRANT, County Judge.
In the Count.r Court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska. July I), 1912.
In the matter of the estate of Hans J.
Notlco N heroby given, that tho creditors
of Nalrt deceased will meet tho Execu
trix of said estate, hoforo tho County Judge
of Lincoln county, Nobraska, at the cou'tW
court rKru In said county. on thu 13th day of
Aug, IUI2, and on the 13th day of Feb,
1913, at 9 o'clock a- m. each day, for the pur
po3oof liresentlm, thelrclalins for examina
tion, adjustment and allowance. Six months
ore allowed for creditors to present their
claims and ono year for tho Executrix to
settle said estate, from the i'tli day of
July, -1912. A copy of this order to bo, pub
lished tho North Platte Tribune a legal
semi weekly nowspapor publ'uhed In said
county for four successive 'weults prior to
said (Into of hearing. Aug 13, 1DJ2
J9-4 .JOHN OKA NT. Count,y Judge
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 07:n.
Doprtmen&of the Intortor.
U. S. Land Olllco at North Platte. Nob.
Juno 23th. 112.
Notlco Is horoby given that Frank M.
Welch, of North Platte, Nob., who, on Oct.
31st. 1WH. mado H. E. No U7S for lot 4, sec 4
twp. Yi rge.. 31 and no)li neW nw 'i,
wV4 sw'.i, wH nwf, Pec-iU. Township 13, north
Itanco 81. W. of the ilth Principal Meridian,
has Hied notion of Intention tomaku final three
year proof to establish claim to the land
abovo described, beforo tho Register and Re
ceiver at North Platte, Nob., on tho 15th day
of Aug. 1912
Claimant names as witnesses: Clyde C,
Master. Orlln L. Watklns. Thomas F, Zim
merman, and Louis Reflor all of North
JM .1. E. Evans. Register.
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants.
In the district court of Lincoln county
John M. Stewart, plaintiff, vs Isaac
Deardorf, et a), defendants.
The defendants J. Q. Adams, first
and full name unknown, and
Adams his wife, first and full name un
known, Joseph H. Bean nnd Bean
his wife first and full name unknown,
Harry D. Copeland and Emma Amelia
Copeland, his wife, Fred G. Babcock
and Babcock, his wife, first and
real name unknown, William G. Parker
and - Parker his wife, first and real
name unknown. Frank M. Hawkins and
Chloe M. Hawkins his wife, Coke W.
Ballard and Nannie G. BaWard his wife,
R. H. Davis, first and full name un
known and Davis his wife, firstand
full name unknown and George D. Leach
and Bertha B.Leach, his wife,and Walter
M Cowell will take notice that on the
22nd day of August, 1911, John M.
Stewart, the plaintiff, filed his petition
in the district court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, against the above named de
fendants, except R. H. Davis, first and
full name unknown and Davis his
wife, first and full name unknown,
George D. Leach and Bertha B. Leach
his wife and Walter M. Cowell who
were subsequently on June 24th, 1912,
by order of court mado parties defen
dant to said action, and Isaac Dear
dorf, Edith L. Deardorf, the Grand
Dry Goods Company, David F. DeTar,
J. Q. Adams, first and real name un
known and Adams his wife, first
and real name unknown, Joseph H.
Bean and r Bean his wife, first and
real name unknown, John Buck, Stella
A. Dowd and James L. Dowd, R. F.
Swanson, first and real name unknown,
Harry D. Copeland and Emma Amelia
Copeland, his wife, William E. A. Aul
and Anna Aul His wife, Frank M.
Hawkins and Chloe M. Hawkins his
wife. That subsequently thereto on
June 24, 1912, R. H. Davis, first and
real name unknown and Davis his
wife, first and real name unknown,
Nannie G. Ballard, Lottie Swanson,
John Therkelsen and Carrie C. Therkel
sen his wife, George D. Leach and
Bertha B. Leach, Thomas B. Heskett
and Walter M. Cowell were made
parties defendant by order of court.
The object and prayer of said petition
are to foreclose a certain mortgage ex
ecuted by the defendants Isac Deardorf
and Edith L. Deardorf to David F. De
Tar and assigned to the plaintiff upon
the followingdescribed premises, to-wit:
All of sections twenty-nine (29) , twenty
seven (27), twenty-five (25) thirty-five
(35), thirty-three (33), thirty-one (31)
and south half of southeast quarter (S
J S E J) of twenty-six (26) northeast
quarter (N E J) of thirty-four (34) all
in township sixteen (16) range twenty
nine (29), northeast quarter and south
west quarter (N E J and S W J) of sec
tion thirty (30) and north half and
southeast quarter fN J-and S E J) of
section thirty-one (31) township sixteen
(16) range twenty-eight (28), all of
section seven (7), five (5), three (3).
one (1) , and northwest quarter (N W
i) section two (2) all in township
fiftgpn (15), range twenty-nine (29).
All of section ono (1) in township fifteen
(15), range thirty (80), north half of
north half and south half of south half
aad southeast quarter (S E J) of north
east quarter (N E J) and northeast
quarter of southeast quarter (N EJ of
S E i) and noribfaest quarter of the
southwpst qu,arter'(N, W J of S W j)
and southwest quarter of northwest
Quarter (SWi of N W i) of section
thirty (30), township sixteen (16),
range twenty-nina (29), all in Lincoln
county, Nebraska, containing eight
thousand seven hundred twenty acres
(8720) more or less according to govern
ment survey. Subject to one first mort
gage of eighteen thousand dollars ($18,
000.00), to secure the payment of a
promissory note dated December 1st
1910, for tho sum of forty-five hundred
dollars ($4500.00) and due and payable
on the 1st day of December, 1911; or on
default of payment of interest whon
due at option of mortagagee which
option mortgagee has exercised by
reason of the interest due Juno 1, 1911
being unpaid; that there is now due and
unpaid upon said note and mortgage the
752L.2JL fPy-five hundred dollars
($4500.00) with interest from December
1st, 1910, at six percent perannums for
which sum the plaintiff prays for a
decree of foreclosure and sale of said
You aro required to answer said
petition on or before the 19th dav f
August, 1912. y m
Dated this Gth day of July 1912
John M. Stewart,
By William E. Sbuman, MofkStt' wd
Peterson his Attornoys. J9.4
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