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Semi -Weekly Tribune
Ira L. Bare, Editor and Publisher.
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Entorod at North Platte, Nebraska, Post
ofilco as Socond Class Matter.
TUESDAY, NOV. 12. 1912.
Doforc tho tmoko from the recent
ongBgoment has scarcely lifted, wo
suggest Bob LaFollotte forlOlG. Roose
velt robbed LaFollotte of whut rightly
belonged to him;"how lot's nil unite and
give him his duo.
vPrt-ss dispatches state that Roose
velt received tho oloction returns with
"contentment." And why not? Ho ac
complished what ho desired, the defeat
of his old friend; tho mnn he recom
mended na a presidential cundidnto in
M08. t
It ii said Governor Aldnch is fooling
vory "sore" over his defeat; but pro
nbly not anymore so than some of his
former friends felt when he, with six
other governors, concluded thnt Roose
velt was tho only "pebble on the beach."
In the next Nebraska legislature tho
democrats will have fifteen members in
the senate and fifty-one In the house,
while tho republicans will havo eighteen
fn tho senate and forty-olght in tho
houau. In ono legislative district tho
vote is a tic.
Uncle Jim Hill, the railroad magnate,
is quoted as saying that the success of
the democrats will not hurt business
bocam.e "tho political revolution started
bv Theodore Itoosovolt has been civen
a quietus, a vast majority still deeming
ibwi.se to stand by sound principles. '
Our friend Ben Schleicher, at Brady,
felt u littlo aggrieved last spring when
wo predicted his defeat. Now that
the bnttlo is over, he is probably con
vinced that wo mado at least a good
guess. Anyhow, Ben can make more
money soiling land than assisting to
enact laws.
Governor Stubba. of Kansas, anothor
of thoso famous soven governors who
appealed to Roosovelt to bocomo a can
didate, has fallen by tho way side, hay
ing been defoated for United States
senator. Acting in unison tho voters
of the two states made ono political
grave big enough for both Aldrich and
Stubbn.
A telegram from Norfolk, Neb.,
dated two days following election says
"throo" democrats aro already scramb
ling for tho postmastership; ono got
Congiesaman Stephens out of bed at
Fremont at four o'clock in tho morning
to urge his claims." After a fnmine of
twenty years, yru can't biamo tho boys
for hankering after a piece of pie.
A North Platto merchant who was a
rampant bullmoosors, announced on tho
evening of election when It was known
that Wilson was winnur, that ho would
countermand orders ho had placed for
spring dolivcry of goods. It was not
till then that ho realized that to bull
moosolsm Wifson owed his election, and
that he had beorf n party to tho election
of a man in whom ho Beamed to hnvo
no confidonco. It takes some people a
long timo to wako up.
Tho Lincoln correspondent of tho
Omaha Beo quotes Governor Aldrich as
having declared that "I'll lick some ono
two yonra from now. " In view of tho
fact that as ono of thesovon governors,
he administered a rnthcr Bovero chas
tisoment to tho republican party by do
nating Its president for a second term,
ono is inclined to wonder whntmoro tho
esteemed governor wants, oven though
ho was compelled to tnko somo of tho
samo medicine. ObvioiiBly If bolting
und knifing must continue, it must con
tinue Possibly, howover, tho rank
and file of tho party may aviso nnd call
a halt. Grand Inland Independent.
Thqro should have been n million
mora votes this your than four years
ago to keop paco with tho country's
Increase in population. It is doubtful
whothoV tho 1912 total will equal
that of 1903. In Governor Wilson's
own state his voto is smaller than
Bryan's in 1908. Tho stay at homo
vote was evidently enormous this
year. Hero in Nebraska, and probably
elsowhore, large numbers of ballots
were cast in which no choico was ox-
prosseu as 10 president. Tills moans
that n million or two of pooplo aro
sitting on tho fonco watching tho po
litical processlo-a go by, content to
wait another two or four years boforo
taking n part in determining its direc
tion. With tho now president mean
while elected by a popular plurality,
tho country i8 ooviously in imstablo
political equilibrium, notvvlthstending
tho superficial appearance of a land
slide. The slightest misstep and tho
triumphant democracy will fall as far
nnd as fast as It fell in 1894,-Stuto
.Journal.
County News.
t)vor B.qOO.ions of beets nre
in this territory west of North
for tho Grand Island factory.
boots aro yet in tho ground
White run a wheel oft his auto
stored
Platto
Many
J, U.
while
driving into town today nnd narrowly
averted a serious accident. Jim Is
wondering whothor this is ti political
omonbf any kind .. The bids wore
opened Tuesday noon as advised by tho
Platto Vnlloy Irrigation board for tho
clearing out and widening of tho ditch,
also for bridge and check construction,
Vf but all wore rejected. Tho board re
ports they wero entirely too high. Bids
will probably be asked for again shortly.
Herahey Times.
n A barn belonging to M. Slock, eight
miles southwest of town, burned about
midnight Tuosday. A considerable
umount of grain, n team belonging to
"Will Stevens, sot of harness belonging
tb Ed. Martin, a gun and various other
articles wore destroyed. Mr. Sleek and
Ids tenant, W. W. .Klrby, nie tho prin-
clpal losora. Sutherland r-roo Ltmco.
For Sale -19114 b. p. Harloy David
son Riotorcyelo In 1st class condition,
easy terms, must loll at onco. Inquire
it this office. tf
Commissioners' Proceedings.
Nov. 4, 1912.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Preiont Strcitz, Roberts, White and
county clerk.
Claim of N. Bratten for $3.00 on ac
count of clerical error in 1911 assess
ment allowed on general fund.
Bond of Helen Iloxie as deputy clerk
of district court is hereby approved.
Tho county treasurer is hereby in
structed to transfer $2T00 from tho
general fund to tho 1912 jury fund.
The county treasurer is hereby in
structed to transfer the sum af $550.51
balance of special road fund to com
missioners districts 12 and 3.
The county treasurer is heroby
authorized to refund to W. K. Beau-
chamn upon an assessed value of $5.30
on Sec. 0 T. 15 Rgo 32 on account of
double assessment for year 1911.
The county treasurer is nercuy
authorized to correct tho 1912 tax list
by taking ofT the ten mill general
school levy for district 50 for the
reason that said levy was not neces
sary for the year 1912, said district
having sufficient funds on hand.
The county treasurer is hereby
authorized to cancel one of tho sched
ules of tho P. & S. hospital, samo hav
ing been assessed twice.
The county . treasurer is hereby
authorized to cancel tho personal tax
of J. Lawyer for the year 1911 amount
ting $1.11 on account of double assess
ment on tho cattle in Miller and Kern
precincts.
roiiowing claims anoweu on general
fund:
G. W. Roberts, services as com
missioner and mileage 77.70
D. B. White, services as commis
sioner and mileage 40,00
A. F. Strcitz, scrvicen as commis
sioner and mileage $70.90 freight
31.18, 102.08
Peter Young, damage on road 351,
131.00
J. W. Nugent, assessing Maxwell
precinct 1912, 122.00.
Allowed on road district funds as fol
lows: II. D. Lewis, cash to be used in dis
trict 32, 200.00
H. C. Selby. cash to ba used in dis
trict 67, 100.00
Chas Cocklo, cash to be used In
district 5, 2 clalmB. G00.00
Fire Commissioner's Letter.
Offico of State Firo Commissioner,
Lincoln Neb.. Oct 29th., 1912.
To City Councils and Citizens :
1 desire to call your attention to tne
necessity of removing everything of a
combustible nature from basements,
outbuildings and lots so that a disastrous
firo will not bo caused bv spontaneous
combustion or from sparks from chim
neys coming in contp.et with combust
ible material that is being permitted to
accumulate in alleys and on lots in the
tho several towns in tho state. It is
surprising how many business mon
seem to lose sight of tho fact thnt this
worthless accumulation of trash may bo
the cause of great damage to them and
possibly their neighbors, when a little
care and small amount of labor will en
tirely remove a possibility of a loss
from this source.
In several cases in going into various
towns of tho atato wo find excelsior,
paper, hay, straw, rags and other accu
mulations mixed in with grass, weod3
and sunflowers; tho weeds nnd sun
flowors havo boon killed by the frost
and nre as inllammiiblc as tho material
that has accumulated in and around
them, and it makes tho conditions very
dangerous. City councils and citizens
should seo to it at once that all danger
our and imilammable rubbish is cleanod
up, romoved and destroyed bofore they
have brought about tho destruction of a
largo amount of valunblo pioperty and
possibly human life. Do not forget that
'procrastination may cause a conflagra
tion, " and that It is better to spend a
few moments in removing tho cause
than to spend a life time of regrets for
neglocttng it.
Trusting that you will got busy
act on theso suggestions, and that
rosult will bo eratifvimr to all. I
and
tho
am
Very truly yours,
C. A. Randall
Chief Deputy
Fifteen thousand cheering and sing
ing women and men celebrated with a
brilliant parade in Now York City Sat
urday n'ght tho recent addition of four
stars to tho woman suffrage flag.
Tluough broad Fifth nvenuo a lighted
canyon of hotels, restaurants and clubs
a stream of flaring Vermillion lights
(lowed for miles, it course guided by
ardent "votes for women" enthusiasts
from all sections of tho country. Each
of tho ten suffrage states was repre
sented by women loaders in tho equal
suffrage movement there,
Hot Water Bottles and
Syringes our Specialty.
Wo havo juRt recoived direct
from factory our new line. Note
our pricoa:
Rubber complexion brushes .25
Bulb syringes red rubber. . $1.00
2-qt hot water bottle 75
8-qt hot-wntor bottle 1.00
2-qt fountain rapid flow
syringe .... . . .95
Sl-nt fountain syrlneo ..
1.15
1.50
2-qt combination syring and
hot water bottto
il-qt combination syringe and
whirlpool mmy syrinces.
2.25
All rubber goods are guaranteed
from ono to threo years.
Wo carry extra tubes and
fittings for bottles and syringes.
For mall or express ndd 25c.
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visited in town tho first of the week re
turned home yesterday.
Iimineo
ts
Of the Best Quality.
Paine Fishburn -Granite
Co.,
W. T. ALDEN, Salesman
A few choice young
BED POLLED BULLS
Also a few Cows and
Heifers.
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM. '
SOUTH DEWEY STREET,
Ono Mils South of tha U. P. Depot.
Have You Plumbing Troubles?
Is there need for repairs overy few
days? Is your bathroom modern and
luxuriantly comfortable? Are the
kitchen arrangements convenient and
sanitary? If no,
Send For Our Plumber.
Not only are we experts at repair
work, but thero will be little need for
repairs if we install your plumbing.
You'll be surprised at our fair estimates
if you "talk price" with us.
R. F. STUART,
Shop Phone 69. Res. Phqno G83
Corner bixth and Lopust.
The Old Reliable
When your clothes need pressing,
cleaning and repairing, let tho Old Re
liable Tailor do it and do it right. We
havo been doing this work in North
Platto for thirty years, know how to
do it and do it the way it should bo
done.
That means satisfaction to you.
F. J. BROEKER.
Entrance north of the Nyal drug store.
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROST,
Osteopathic Physician.
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
OIIDER OP HEARING
Stato of Nebraska, Lincoln County, S. S.
In the County Court. October 25, 1912.
In the Matter of the Estate of John
franzen, deceased.
On rcadhiK and flllmr tho petition of Charley
Holm, praylnir that tho instrument filed on tho
2f.th day of October. 1912, and purporting to bo
tha last will and testament of tho said deceased,
may bo proved, approved, probated allowed and
recorded as tho last will and testament of the
saldMohn Franzen. deceased, and that tho exe
cution of said instrummt may be committed and
tho administration of said estate may be granted
to himself as executor.
Ordered, That Nov. 19th. 1912, nt l o'clock a.
in. is asalximl for hearing bald petition when all
persons interested in said matter muy appear at a
county court to bo held in and for said county and
show causa why the prayer of petitioner should
not bo granted. A copy of this order to bo pub
lished in the North I'lattu Tribune, a legal semi-
wiekly newspaper for threo successive weeks
prior to said date of hearing.
JOHN GRANT.
o29-6 County Judge.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Jakob Jakobsen, defendant, will take
notice chat on the 16th day of October,
1912, Inter-State Live Stock Commis
sion Company, a corporation, plaintiff
heroin, filed Its potition in tho district
court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
against said defendant, the object and
prayer of which are to recover judg
ment for $1500.00 on a note dated Apl.
20, 1912, for $3000.00 payable six
months after date to tho plaintiff and
signed by the do fend ant Jakob Jakob'
sen, on which note there would be
$1500.00 duo October 26, 1912, and for
costs of suit; affiant furthor says that
plaintiff has caused writs of attach
ment to issuo in said action to tho sher-
uis ui iiiiicuiu unu i urKins cauiuios,
Nebraska, and under said writ af at
tachment tho sheriff of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, solzed the following property
of the defendant to-wit: I spotted
pony, 1 set of singlo harness. 1 slnglo
seated buggy, 1 black bull, 1 black cow
and ono red cow: nnd the sheriff of
Perkins county, Nobraska, has seized
the following property of the defendant
o-wit: 5 black and, white spotted
calves, 3 red calves. 1 white faced year
ling bull and 1 roan bull with lump on
jaw.
You aro required to answer said peti
tion on or before tho 23rd day of De
comber, 1912.
Intuu-State Live Stock Commis
mission Company, n Corporation,
Plaintiff.
By-AVilcox, Halligan & Mothersead.
n82-4 Its Attorneys.
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Chapter O.'&TS., 1
NO. 55 1
Signet
Mcoti 2nd nnd 4th Thursday bf vory
month at Masonic Hall at 7:30' p. m.
This Is the Cheap Land Nan.
Havo a Talk With Me.
Fifty full sections thrown on the market
by this blir cattle company reducing their
range. From $5 to S7 per acre. I will sell
you 610 acres for $1,000 cash, balance five
years at 6 per cent Interest. I can locate
you from 9 to IB miles from DradyVNcbr.,
and only 23 miles cast cf North I'rntte,
in tho best corn, wheat, rye and oats belt,
nnd lots of grass. Start in cattle do not
pay high rent-get a homo of yoirown.
This opportunity knocks at your door but
once.
MalnOfllce-G. A. WKST, Secy and Treas)
Ily Exchange Illdg, Milwauke6, Wjs.
General Manager's Office-W. P.JMY7VN,
Gothenburg, Neb.
Local Salesman's 0Hco
C. B. Schleicher, .
Brady, Nob.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that On the
3rd. day of December, 1912, a special
election will be held in the School Dis
trict of the City of North Platte, in the
County of Lincoln, in the Stato Of Ne
braska; the polling places to be as
follows: For that portion of said Dis
trict north of the tracks of the Union
Pacific Railroad Company, at the Hoso
House in the Fourth Ward in the City
of North Platte, Lincoln County, Ne
braska; for that portidn of said District
south of the tracks of the Union Pacific
Railroad Company and west of Dewey
Street and public road No. G which is a
continuation of Dewey street, at the
AlUaU J.4VUOU 111 lllli J.1U1.U VfUtUUl OUIUI
City of North Platte; and for that por-1
tion ot saiu District Boutn ot tne trades
of the Union Pacific Railroad Company
and east of said Dewey street and pub
lic road No. G, the same being a contin
uation of Dewey street, at the Hose
House in the First Ward in the Citv of
North Platte.
At which said election the following
proposition will bo submitted ,to the
voters of said School District . '
"Shall tho School Districtof the City
of North Platto, in the County of Lin
coln, in the State of Nebraska, Issue its
negotiable bonds in the sum of $20,000,
00, in denominations $1,000.00 each
dated on the 1st. day of April, 1913,
bearing interest at the rate of 5 per
cent pernnnum, payable semi-annually,
principal and interest payable at the
fiscal agency of tho State of Nebraska
in the City of New York and payable
as follows, to wit: In twenty years
from tho date therof, but may bo paid
at any time after ten years from the
date thereof at the option of the Board
of Education of said School District.
Said bonds to be issued for the pur
pose of erecting and furnishing one
eight-room school building in tho First
Ward of the City of North Platto, Ne
braska on block 1G8 in said ward.
And shall tho Board of Education of
the School District of the City of Nonth
Platte, in the County of Lincoln, in tne
State of Nebraska, be authorized to
cause to be levied and collected a tax
annually jn an amount sufRciehto pay
the interest and principal otsajjlvbonds,
at the same mature, in addition to the
taxes now authorized to be; etfied by
law on all property within the said
School District. -. ,
The ballots to be used at said election
shall have printed thereon: i
"For issuing $20,000.00 of the bonds
of the school district of ho ejty of
North Platte, in tho county loXtincoln,
in tho state of Nebraska, for.tHe pur
pose of erecting and furnishing one
eight-room school building 09, Week 168
in the First ward of the citjvet North
Platte, Nebraska, in said district. Said
bonds to be negotiable in form., and to
bear interest , at the rate of Jive per
cent perannunvpayable semi-annually,
principal and interest payablo .at the
fiscal agency of the state of Nebraska,
in the city of New York and Wjiich said
bonds shall be due as follows: In twenty
years from the dato thereof," but may
bo paid at any time after te,n years
from the dato thereof, at the, option of
tho Board of Education of sud school
district: and for levying and collecting
a tax annually in an amount sufficient
to pay the interest andprincipatof said
bonds, as tho same mature, rtn addition
to the taxes now authorized tobo levied
by law, on all property within the said
school district.
"Asrainst issulnir $20,000.06 of the
bonds of the school district of the city
of North Platte, iy the county of Lin
coln,, in tho state of Nebraska, for tho
purpose of erecting and furnishing one
eight room school building on block 168
in tne First ward, of the city of North
Platte, Nebraska, within said district."
Said bonds to bo negotiable in form
and to bear interest at the rate of five
per cent por 4 annum payablo
emi-annually, principal and inter
est Dayable at the fiscal agency of the
state of Nebraska in the city of New
York and which s.iid bonds stinll be due
as follows: In twenty years from the
dato thereof but may be paid at
any time after ten years fron the date
thereof, at the option of the
board of education of said school dis
trict; and against levying and cpllecting
a tax annually, in an amount sufficient
to pay tho interest and pripcipal of
said bonds, as the same mature, in ad
dition to the taxes, now authorized by
law, on all property within the said
school district."
Those voting In favor of said propo
sition shall mark their ballots, with an
"X" after tho paragraph heginning
"For issuing $20,000.00 of the bonds of
tho school district of the city of North
Platto in the county of Lincoln, in the
state pf Nebraska. ' ..
Those voting against said proposition
shall mark tholr ballots with an "X"
after tha paragraph beginning!
"Againsv issuing $:ju,uuu.uu oi tne
bonds of the school district at the city
of North PJqtte, in tho county of
Lincoln, in tho state of Nebraska."
Said election to be open at (8) eight
o'clock a. in. and contiune open until
K(QJ lK O'elopk p. m. central time on
Psaid date.
V' Dated thin 21st dav of October 1912.
By order of the board of education.
" -E. T. Tuami", President.
A. F. Streitz, Secretary.
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"The Wrong Order?"
Sure, We'll Have It Changed."
Did you ever take home the
wrong coffee and then have
your wife borrow a telephone
so she could call up and have
the right brand sen out?
The North Platte
School of Music
AFFILIATED WITH
The University School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
Elizabeth Donner-Cramcr
DIRECTOR.
All the principal branches of Ap
plied and Theoretical Music taught by
competent teachers.
Address all inquiries to 122 W. Front
street or phone BlacK 341.
Feels Like a Millionaire. .
The man who smokes Schmaizried's
cigars is a happy, contented fellow,
one of those who may have but a few
dollars ih his pocket yet feels as rich as a
millionaire. A good smoke always
brings good feeling, hence there's a
reason for buying Schmalzried-mado
cigars.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED,
The Maker of Good Cigars.
ORDER OF HEARING.
In the county court in and for Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of John
Hayes, deceased.
On reading anu lilingthe petition duly
verified of Carrie L. Heskett, praying
that the regular administration of said
estate be dispensed with, and that the
court render a final decree naming the
sole heirs at law of tho said John Hays,
decepied, as provided by Sections 5202.
5203, 2504, 5205, and 250G of Cobboy'd
Annotated Statutes of the State of Ne
braska for 1909.
Ordered, that the said petition be
heard on the 25th day of November
1912, at 9 o'clock a. m., when all per
sons interested in the said matter may
appear at the county court to be held in
and for said county, in the court house
in the city of North Platte, Nebraska
and show cause, if any there be, why
the prayer of the petitioner should not
be granted.
This order is to be printed for three
successive weeks in the North Platte
Trihune. a semi-weeklv newsDaner nub-
lished in said county prior to November
25th, 1912. John Grant, County Judge.
Dated October 28, 1912.
ORDER OF HEARING.
In the county court in and for Lin
coln county, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Newton
Hart, deceased.
On reading and filing the potition duly
verified of Jennie Baker, praying that
regular administration of said estate be
dispensed with, and that the court ren
der a final decree naming the sole heirs
at law of the said Newton Hart, de
ceased, as provided by sections 5202,
5203, 5204, 5205 and 5206 of Cobbey's
Annotated Statutes of the State of Ne
braska for the year of 1909.
Ordered, that tho said petition be
Lheard on the 25th day of November
1912, nt 9 o'clock a. m., when all per
sons interested in said matter may ap
pear at the county court to be held in
and for said county at the court house in
the city of North Platto, Nebraska, and
show cause, if any there be, why the
prayer of the petitioner should not be
granted. ,
This order is to be printed for three
successive weeks in Tho North Platte
Tribune, a legal semi-wceKiy news
paper npblished it) said county prior to
November 25th. 1912.
Dated Oct 28tht 1912. -
o-29-6 John Grant, County Judge.
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GRADUATE DENTIST.
Telephone Red 456 505K Dewey St.
North Platte. Nebraska.
ORDER OF HEARING.
In the. county court in and for Lin
coln county, Nebraska.
In the-mntter of the estate of John
Dunlap, deceased.
On reading and filing the petition
duly verified of Jennie Baker, praying
that the regular administration of said
estate be dispensed with, and that the
court render a final decree naming tho
sole heirs at law of the same John
Dunlap, deceased, as provided by sec
tions 5202, 5203, 5204, 5205 and 5206 of
Cobbeyls Annotated Statutes for the
state of Nobraska for the year of 1909.
Ordered, that the said petition be
heard on the 25th day of November
1912, at 9 o'clock a. m., when all per
sons interested in said matter may ap
po ar at tha county court to be held in
and for said county in the court house
in the city of North Platte, Nebraska,
and show cause, if any therejbe, why
the praver of the petitioner should not
be granted.
This order to be printed for three
successive weeks in tho North Platte
Tribune a legal semi-weekly newspaper
published in said county prior to No
vember 25th, 1912.
Dated October 28, 1912.
JOHN GRANT, County Judge.
PRORATE NOTICE.
In tlie Coimtv Court of Lincoln county. Ne
braska. Oct. 8, 1012.
In tlio matter of tho estate of Dorothy
Rowland, decoaeed.
Nottco Ih horoby given, that the creditors
of said deceased will moot the Execu
tor of feald estate, ttoforo tho County Judso
of Lincoln county, Nebraska, at the county
court room In said county.on tlieUth dav ot
Nov. mi. and on tho 12th daV of May
1918, at 0 o'clock a. m. each day, for tho pur
pose of presenting' their claims for examina
tion, adjustment and allowance Six months
aro allowed for crodltors to present their
claims and ono year for the administrator to
settlo said estate, from the 8th day ot
uct. ivu. a copy or tins order to bo pub
lished In tho North Platte Tribune a legat
somineckly newspaper published In said
county fdr four successive, woeks prior to
said date of hearing;.
014-4 JOHN ORANT. County Judge
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Serial No. 03782.
Departmentof the Interior.
U. S. Land Ofilco at North Platte. Neb.
Oct. 11th. 1U12.
Notlco Is hereby clveti that Alexander M.
Gregory, of Somerset. Neb . who. on Mar.
10th. 1008. made II. B. No. 23883, Serial
No. 03382, for wW of so). Soc 18. Township U.
north. Rantfe30. y th Principal Meridian,
has filed notion of Intention to mako ilnal
three year proof, to establish claim to tho
land above described, before Keclsler and
Hocelver. at North "latt. Nob., on tho 11th
day ot Dec 101:.'.
Claimant name as witnesses': Fd. Wilson,
of North Plattf, Nebr , George V Miller, of
Somerset. Nobr . Amanda Kunkle and Grant
Trlbblo. of North Platto. Nebr
oU-8 J, E. Rvans. "Register.
NOTICE FOU PUPLICALION.
Serial No. 02145.
Department of tho Interior.
U. S. Und Olllco at North Platte. Nebr.
Oct. 18, 1912.
Notice is hereby nlven that John P. Hln-
man, of North I'lutte, Nebr., who, on July 14,
1904. made 11. E. entry. No 2IBG5, Serial No.
021.for NMSW&Nft SEX. NEW Section
32. twp. 12. N. we. 31, west of the 6th Principal
Meridian, has flled notice of Intention to make
final five year proof, to t-itablith claim to tKu
land above describe!, before the register and
receiver, at North Platte, Nebr,, on the 12th
day of Dec. 1912, ,
Claimant, nainea, as wltnete. Arthur Con
nor. (rt'HiAraknT'na6lSra; fttoeiler,
all of KccUU'latte. Nebr,
o2 " -m J,EEnf.lI;liter.
PAT