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TUESDAY, MAY 9. 1913.
By a majority of 881, the voters of
Lincoln endorsed tlio "wet" policy
Tuesday. Tho vote for high license
showed nn increase of about '200 as
compared with two years ngo, Over
3,000 votes woro cast.
Aftor a conference with President
Wilson, Postmnster General Burleson
announced Wednesday that nn executive
order would bo issued requiring nil
fourth class postmasters now in office"
or candidates for prospectivo appoint
ment to bo subjected to n competitive
oxnmination to determine their fitness
for tho prospectivo position.
One of our leading real ostato agents
xprcsscd tho opinion this week that
the population or North Platto would
bo increased one thousand if thore woro
houses to accommodate them. Every
day people apply for houses for rent
only to bo mot with tho reply that
there aro none Just what theso new
comers, or rathor heads of families,
would do to make a living, is a matter
of conjocturc. During tho past five
years about 2G0 residences have been
erected in North Platto, and yot thero
has boon no decrease in tho demand for
rentable houses and none nre vacant.
This indicates a material ncreaso in our
By applying on or boforoJuno2. 1913,
depositors of tho Postal Savings systom
may oxchango tho wholo or a part of
their deposits for United States regis
tered or coupon bonds in denominations
of $20, $100, and 500, bearing intorest
from July 1, 1913, at tho ratu of 2J per
cent per annum, payable semiannually,
nnd rcdeomablo at tho plonsuru of the
United States nftor ono year from the
date of issue, both principal and intor
est payabio 20 years from that date in
United Status gold coin. Postal savings
bonds aro exempt from nil taxes or
duties of tho United States, as well as
from taxation in any form by or undor
State, municipal, or local authority.
Ancnt Secrctnry Bryan's visit to
California to tell the legislators tho
course they should tnlco in tho alien
land ownership bill, n resident of tills
city, who is somewhat of a jokor, in
quired of Custodian Wilson, of tho
court houso, what ho would do-if Bryan
camo to North Plattd and advised him
how to runtho court houso. "Well,"
said Joe, "I would take him and his
jackass down to tho South Platto rivor
nnd drown both." This about repre
sents the popular feoling in the Cali
fornia case. The pebplo out there bo
lievo tho nlion land law is an Issue that
seriously affects them; that it Is a local
issue, and that they will brook no -interference
on the part of tho govern
ment. It Is a matter In which homo
rule should provail.
Tho report of Secretary Wilson of the
State Board of Health snows some in
teresting figures along vital statistics
for the first quarter of tho year. A
total of 3,249 persons died in tho atato
during tho first quarter of tho present
year. In tho samo time there woro
nenrly twico as manv births recorded,
tho total boing 0,478. Of tho number
of packages brought by tho stork thero
woro sixty-throo sets of twins an
usually prolific return in comparison
with past birth records. Pour hundred
and twonty.nlno doaths were caused by
pneumonia, 372 were duo to congenital
debility, 250 to organic diseases of tho
heart, 158 to corrubral apoplexy, 203 to
senility, 14(1 to U right's disease and 110
woro victims of tho Easter day tornado
which swept tho eastern part of tho
atato, including Omaha, Yutan nnd
, Conimisjioners' Proceedings.
, May 1, 1913
Board mot pursuant to adjournment.
Presont Roberts, White, Ilerming
hauson and county clerk.
J C. Kittle is hereby appointod Jus
tice of tho Peace for MtixwoU precinct
to fill vacancy,
F E Knapp is hereby appointed con
atablo for Maxwell precinct to fill va
cancy. Carl A Andorson Is hereby appointed
road ovorjeer for district 42 to till va
cancy. Tho resignation of W S Cole, director
of district No 1 Platte Valley Irriga
tion district is hereby nccoptod.
Upon petition signed by ton electors
of district No 1 Platto Valley Irrlga
tlon district, Jamos C Wilson Is horo
by appointed director of said district to
A N Durbln, county treasurer, you
hereby diroctod to rotund to C P Bur
roughs from tho 1912 levy, tho taxes
on an nsioBscd valuation of $190.00 on
account of n clerical error of assessor.
Road No 3G3 coming up for final ac
tion the board desiring more time fori
consideration, action is deferred until
the regular mooting on Juno 10. 1913
Claim of Wallace Ouinn, for road
work Is horoby allowed on district 49
Claim of Fred Ilidingor, cash to bo
used in road district 30, is hereby al
lowed on commissioner district No 1 for
Whereupon the board adjourns to
May 2, 1913.
C W Yost, County Clork.
May 2, 1913.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Prosont Roberts, White, Horminghau
son nnd county clerk.
The following claims wero allowed on
tho general fund to-wlt:
Paul G Meyer, special commie-
sionor on road 3G7 'U 0 50
Paul G Meyor, special commis
sioner on road 370..... 6 70
Paul G Meyor, Bpecinl commis
sioner on road 308.......,. 3 00
Paul G Meyer, special commis
sioner on road SCO G 10
Paul G Meyer, special commis
Paul G Meyer, work In oity map
(extensions) 12 CO
Chas Bowman, sand for court
Nona Marcott, salary for April 50 00
Cloo H Chappell, salary for April 133 33
Cieo R Chsppoll, Junior Nonnal
and Institute fund 200 00
Cieo R Chappell, ofilco and
travoingexpenses 70 81
A E McConnoll, trees for court
houso 51 25
Anna Andersdn, care of county
poor 50 00
A F Boelcr, groceries for county
poor 5G 05
Julius .Mogonscn, potatoes tor
J W Marr, groceries for county
J W Mnrr, house rent for county
Goo W Brown, groceries for
county poor 14
C II Kuhns, groceries for county
poor..... 21 80
John Kelly, mdso for county poor 14 05
Mrs. J II Hughey, groceries for
county poor 3 00
C W Yost, office expenses for
April 14 17
C W Yost, salnry for April 187 50
Joseph M Wiljon, salary for
April 7 G5 00
Joseph M Wilson, cash advanced
for labor in sotting outtroes 15 40
A J Salisbury, salary for April 125 00
A J balisoury, ollico expenses
T F Watts, salary for April. . . .
Goo Melvin, refund excess tuxes
for year 1911, doublo assess
ment on Se 32-1G-33
C C Drake, hauling ashes from
Ralph Garman, in settlement of
various claims in assisting
tho sheriff in the year 1911
as per court order 42
Hemphill Printing Co (two
claims) printing 7 50
A P Kelly, printing 309 22
C J McNamara, tracing No.
Platte map for assessors. ... G5 10
John Romus, orror in asessment
on No. J Sec 15-10-30 9 50
C J McNamara, ruling record
boolf for Co. Supt 10 00
J B Redfleld, salary to April 21,
and medicine 53 95
Tho following claims woro allowed
on the bridge fund, to-wit:
Chas Bowman, bridgo work
North Plntte $ 12 00
Greeley Bundy, bridgo work
North Platte 28 00
John FSnydor, bridge work, road
work district 32 ;... 2125
E C Hostetter, bridgo work
Maxwell 50 75
Maxwell Lumber & Grain Co..
one car lumber 477
J S Hatcher & Co, lumber for
road district 51 51
Farnam Lumber Co, lumber for
rpnd district 18 31 12
Carl LunkwitK, bridge work
Sutherland 77 00
Tho following claims wero allowed on
the various road districts, to-wit:
S O Hathaway, district 4G 100 00
I V Dailoy, district 37 50 00
H C Colin, district 15 100 00
Chas Cocklo, district 5 200 00
Prod Mnrquitt, district 9 100 00
F R Brestel. district 58 100 00
W K Boauchamp, district 28. . . . 40 00
four months , 24 52
W B Housor, district 2 100 00
Geo S Williams, district 23. .... . 100 00
E T Latimor, district 47 35 00
John Muirhead. road work dis
trict 1 3
Otto Stelzor, rods for road dis
trict 5 1
II MBobout, plowing fire guards
district 54 G
James Bechan, road work dis
trict 27 allowed on commis
slonordlstrict 3 70
Bond of J G Kittle. Justice of tho
Peaoo, Maxwoll Precinct is horoby
Bond of F. E. Knapp, constable for
Maxwoll Precinct is horoby approved.
Whereupon tho board adjourns to
May 3, 1913. C. W. Yost,
J May 3, 1913.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
present Roberts, White, Hermingliausen
and coun.y clerk
Goo S Williams, road work dis
trict 33 nllowod on commis
sioner district 1 $ 810 00
tmmn fulvor, rare of county
poor March 31, to June 30,
1912. a'lowed on eonornl
fund for G40 25
Platto Water Don't water
rent court houso nnd jail 4th
quarter 1912 general fund..
D B White, services and mileage
general fund i
P W Ilerminghauson, sorvices
and mileago general fund...
Fred Lundgren. cash on road
district 8 goneral fnnd 100 00
Board proceeded to view roads and
bridges southeast of No. Platto
Whereupon the board adjourns to
May 20, 1913
C. W. Yost,
Local and Personal.
Chas. Scheringor, the man who fa
tally HSSUlted Hnnav. In still nt In rfrn In
the sand hills of McPhorson county. Ho
has throntoned "to get two or three
moro in tho hills," nnd this is causing
considerable uneasiness among the
Frank Clark, of Omaha, of Omaha,
formorly of this city, has boon in town
for a oouple of days visiting frlonds.
As Frank grows oldr he becomes n
nearer duplication of his father Smith
Clark, ono of tho best "Indians" th
town has evor known.
Wo are prepared to furnish Ice cream
in any quantity.
Stone Drug Co.
A mooting of tho school board will be
held at the Baker school Wednesday
nftornoon.May 14th. Tho patrons of the
school are requested to attond and dis
cuss matters pertaininu to tho welfare
of tho school. ThoBoloctlon of a teacher
will also bo considored.
Not tho bost' shoes tWat will
over bo made, but the best
shoos made today for the
Wilcox Department Store
sioner on road 107
Paul G Moyer, vlowing roads
with county commissioners. .
To Loan on improved farms at low rate
of interest with privilege of partial
Buchanan & Patterson.
I J nines. 1UUU feoole I Trains of Cars.
it-t AAA AAA J . a -. . Z.
i,wu,uuu invested. $V"U UailY
CAi-T. duck's 20-PERFORMING
SHOW even exhibited
Rldcrof the World.
FRED and BESSIE
Mile. MINNIE SWEENEY,
pion Laily Principal
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LAniuiiinu UNUfin tmf- iflnr.rT rAiuwA r-im . .... .-
300-nEAL CIRCUS ARTISTS-300
OO-REAL FUNNY CLOWNS-60
10-ROYAL TOKIO JAPANGSE-10
"BLACK DIAMOND," THE BALL-ROOM DORSE
Ross AshcraH's nigh-School Dorses
FAMOUS WIZARETTE WIRE FAMILY
K fl U fi f) -Largest Beast that
-1 J''J -
"Alice," The Famous Dear Girl
THE PARADE TELLS THE STORY
I GUARD HIM. (SCnQiW5rTOlJH -Ji-A,J'J1
Yankee Rnblnton. Tens Hill. Kongo. 7h Larrreat Elephant on Earth. The Wortd'a Oreatest
llareback Riders. Including Albert Davenport, Fred and Uessle Costetlo, Marie Davenport, Mile.
Sweeney, Raloh Howaer. Rosa Aahcralt'a MUh-School Morses, Capt, Uuck'a Sea Uons. Pauton'a
Zouaves, totether with JOO Clrcua Artists. Cowboys, Cowgirls. Cossacks, Indians, Mexicans Bull
rlihtcrs. and the Oreatest Hunch of Bucking Broncos ever exhibited,
Two Shows -Circus
POSITIVILY tXHIUIT RAfV OR SHIM '
NorthPlatte, Monday, May 12
Reserved seats on sale date of exhibition at
STONE DRUG STORE
M. E. Church
All are Invited to tho"Sunday school
Sunday morninc at 9:45, Mother's Day
will bo obsarvou nt 11 tt. m. A spccinl
sermon to mothers will be preached by
the pastor. There is also special music
for tho occasion.
Let nono of the little folks miss the
Junior.LonRUo at 2:30 p. m. This ia a
live hour. At G:15 tho Epworth Lcaguo
holds its dovotional service, Every
momber is expected to be present. At
p. m. iJio pastor will proach
"That Man and his Mulo."
Presbyterian Church Notes.
Mother's Day will be observed at the
First Protbyterian church next Sunday.
At 11 a. m. the pastor will preach on
"Motherhood A Tribute nnd u Testi
mony." All who attend this service
will rocelvo a carnntion to wear in
honor of their mother. Tho music will
be appropriate for the hour.
At 8 p.m. "Christ's Cure for the
Hluas." Sunday school at 10 a. m. C. E.
societies at 3 and 7 p. m. Mid-week
aorvice Wednesday evening.
The North Platte
School of Music
The University School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
All the irjncipnl branches of Ap
plied and Theoretical Music taught by
AUdreso all Inquiries to 122 W. Fronts
nuvuk ui juiuuu UIHCK iSU
Our rates for auto repairing
are very reasonable consider
ing tho strictly hkn grade of
workmanship anil promptness
with which We do repairing
If your automobile needs put
ing in good condition, you will
find that no oho can do it
better or cheaper than
J. S. Davis Auto Co.
wi-MvvMt even uuna tub lu
2 WtA nf Pi.nk.k. 7jv. !-:... a ,;.:
" . ! " WMVU .
Expenses. Scats for 10.000 People
MOST tTARTlINQ ACT CVCR
HOWN IN AMIKIC
Bronco Rider of the
Champion Rifle Shot
of the World.
One Hundred People In a
"THE UANGINC OF
THE HORSE TniEF."
A Real. Genuine
Sioux Indians. Cossacks.
Mexican Bull Flgkttrs,
Greatest Bunch ol Backing
Broncos ever exhibited.
Walks-Larger than Jumbo
- .lT - .Ss5S3vlil Y POSITIVELY
10 KEEPERS TO
Finest Horses Ever Exhibited
101 STARTLIKBHEfl FEATURES FOR 1913
, rfl TT
- "-r. v yJvrfvvT7r i .r it a va
and Wild West For One Admission
Bought and highest market
Residence Red 636 Office 459
C. H. WALTERS.
The Old Reliable
When your clothes need pressing,
cleaning nnd repairing, let tho Old Re
liable Tailor do it-and do it right. Wo
have been doing this work in North
Platto for thirty years, know how to
do it and do it the way it should bo
That mean3 satisfaction to you.
F. J. BROEKER.
Entranco north of tho Nyal drug storo.
Pure Lake Ice.
I am prepared to furnish
the citizens of North Plntte
with n flue quality of clear
InVte ice, frozen from fresh
purifped water. Thanking the
public for their liberal pntron
age last year, I respectfully
solict n continuance of tho
samo this seasons.
,' L. W. EDIS.
The man who takos enjoyment out of
a good cigar will do well to purchase
our brands. As a homo manufacturer,
wc have a reputation to maintain, and
therefore put better tobacco in our
cigurs than do most manufacturers. If
we did not make goods cigars, wo
could not sell them and would soon bo
forced out of business.
J. F SCHMALZRIED,
The Maker of Good Cigars.
PITRONIZE THE nT
I IV House of GoodShowrHI
When in Norm Plaiie.
iWotion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matinee Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
Office phone 211. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
DR. HARRY MITCHELL
Telephone Red 450 505',4 Dewey St.
North Platte, Nebraska.
-;! ' BaTr,Tar,psr,ar,,,Tlr
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
. . . ;
y, uociors Ames & Ames,
is Physicians and Surgeons, ft
Office over Stono Drug Co. lA
9 Phones I0flke273 g
; i nones J- Residence 273 :;
fcsTsrttrvKaitfif ,( r , si
Established in 1871.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop Corner 6th and Vino Streets
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
R. D. Thomson.
Oldeat Bank in Lincoln County
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
We Solicit Your Dualnus.
SUPERIOR No. 41076
For terms inquire of
THOMAS E. D0OUTTLE
North Platte, - Nebr.
By virtue of nn order of sale issued from the
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
upon a decree of foreclosure rendered in said
court wherein Hazel Turner Drake is plaintiff,
and Albert S. Hollngsworth et al, aro defendants,
nnd to mo directed. I will on the 7th day of
June, 1913, at 2 o'clock, p. m., at the cast front
door of the court house In North Platte, Lincoln
county. Nebraska, sell nt public auction to the
highest bidder for cash to satisfy said
decree, interest and coats, the following
described property to-wlt: Southwest quarter
(swVs) section twenty-flvo (25) township ten
(10) north of range thlrtyono(31) west of tho Cth 1'.
M., In Lincoln county,Nebraskn.
Dated North Platto. Neb.. May 1st, 1913.
tn6. A. J. Salisbury. Sheriff.
Notice to Non-Resident Defendant.
John Rnjran, whose pivuent residence
or abode is unknown, will tak notice
thnt on the 21th day of April, 1913,
Frederick "V. Cross filed his petition in
equity in tho district court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, for the purposo of
removing a cloud from nnd quieting the
title to the west forty-four feet of lot
two, in block one hundred :md three, in
the city of North Platte, Nebraska.
Tho prayer of anid potition is that tho
title to said promises bo quieted and
confirmed in said Frederick V. Cross,
ami that said John Ragan bo burred
from any right, title, interest claim or
demand therein, by reason of nny de
fect in n certain decree of partition en
tered in his action for partition ol snid
premises and othor real estate, on tho
29th day of Uectimbor, 1S91, and while he
was a minor. You aro required to
answtr triid petition on or beforo the
0th day of June, 191S.
Dated April UGth. 1918.
FuKnnuicK V. Cross, PlnlntiiT,
Hy Geo. K. French his attorney.
Di iedfield Infield,
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILLIS J. REDFIELD, Surgeon.
JOE I). REDFIELD, Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
j Signet CI
aignet uiapterU. E. S.,
-, .. .
Meets 2nd nnd 4th Thursday of every
month nt Masonic Hall at 7n n. m
a..,..,.,. -f-a-.. .,, ,,,,,.. , at
, PRORATE NOTICE.
.xt, ,mnttcr,of tho estate of Walter B.
In the county court of Lincoln county. Ne.
braska, April IB, 1913. '' "e
Notice is hereby Klvcn. that tho creditors of
ftnli-1 (Iarinnr1 will ,rJ UH ..l-.!!.-.. . TT
. ;,; rf ;L"'r..:." ".,"". '.n;s.crai.r,x w
i? T "" .."uinj' juuku oi ijincom county.
Nebraska, at the county court room, in snid
5n.u T' Vir u .'Vi?yo1 ayjlBia. and on the
20th day of Nov., 1913. nt O o'clock o. m. each day.
V&xK.,! ."Uowanee. Six
.... .lc VM uir cramors 10 present the r
claims, and ono year for the administratrix to
settle said estate, from the 16th day of Apr.
,.-. ..uu.ocu , Buiui-ouniy or jour success vo
weeks prior to May 20. 1913. "
a22-4 JOHN GHANT. nn.., t...i
-t - -vuiuj M UUKl'i
NOTICE FOR PUBLJOATiQN.
Serial No. 0371(1.
TJ. S. Land Olllce at North Platte. Nob.
x-.i i- .'iur. 'iiu, Il.l.
t ',tl,i0!?hy&v,cU tlint Alvln T. GUrer.
ah SSP1 llV-i "ub" wh0' l'obruary
fi ''vS,n Woracstead Entry No.SJr.W Ser
ial No. 03716. for sou, nwU and lots 3.
it ' u. ... " J ownsnin li, north,
ltango 2V. W.. etl. Principal Meridian
has Illed noticj of intention to raakoflnai
three yoar proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, ioforo Register and
Olalniaiit names as witnesses: I'red
J. Malonc. Amzlo Guthorless. Fred SImants
and .lesso Long, all of North Platte, Nebr.
I'i' 3, E. Evans. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 03749,
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Otlico at North Platte, Neb.
MnTIrp, . . , , , April 3, 1913.
xt ?. tC ..!s x?rFby 8.iven t,mt Laura Shaw, of
North Platte ; Neb., who on March 9, 1908. made
li-J?.- N.9-.23b25j Serial No. 03749, for NM.
NWM. SVW Nvf, and SWU SWW. Section 28
Township IE, North. Ransre 31. Weat of tho 6th
Principal Mcridan, has illed notice of intention
to make final three year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before the
rcsister and receiver, nt North Platte, NelX. on
the Gth day of June, 1913.
iTCJai1lnn,t,nnn.esaa witnesses: Arthur Tooks,
II. ! Doelikc, ,Vm Slcbold, Davo Macomber. all
of North Plntr. Mwh
a8-6 J. E EVANS. Rno-I.ror
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 0595:
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Odlce at North Platte, Nebr.
Feb. 25 1913.
Notice is hereby given that Edward Rima,
of North Platte, Nebr.. who. on February 8,
1910. made Homestead Entry No.
04593, for NEJ and the EM of SEJi. Section
? twp.l5,N-ffo. 30, west of tho 6th Principal
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make
final three year proof, to establish claim to tho
land above described, beforo tho register and
receiver, at North Platte, Nebr., on the 25th
day of April 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses: John Reeves,
Robert Reeves, Frank Hood, Henry Greeley,
all of North Platte. Nebr.
m4-6 J, E. Evan, Register.
ORDER OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR AP
POINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX.
The Stato of Nebraska, Lincoln County, S3.
In tho County Court.
In the matter of tho estato of Dennis J.
On reading and filing the petition of Corda
V. O'Brien, praying that administration of said
estate may be granted to herself as admin
istratrix. Ordered, That May 20th, 1913, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Is assigned for hearing said petition, when
all persons interested in said matter may appear
at a county court to be held in and for said
county, and show cause why prayer of petitioner
should not bo granted; and that notice of the
pendency of said petition and the hearing
thereof be given to all persons interested In said
matter by publishing a copy of this order in the
North Platte Tribune a legal semi-weekly news
paper printed in said county for three successive
weeks, prior to said day of hearing.
Dated April 24, 1913.
a29-3 JOHN GRANT, County Judge.
NOTICE OF HEARING.
In the county court In and "for Lincoln county,
In the matter bf the cstatfc of John F. Melr, de
ceased. Stato of Nebraska, county of Lincoln, ss.
To all persons interested in the estate of
John F, Meir, deceased.
Whereas. Justine Grothcn has filed In this
office an instrument purporting to be tho last
will nnd testament of John F. Meir, deceased,
late of tho county of Bureau, and Btate of Illinois,
together with a certificate of the probate court
in nnd for tho county of Bureau, Btato of
Illinois, and a petition praying to have the
same admitted to probate, which will and testa
ment relate to both real and personal property.
It is therefore ordered that the 3rd day of
June, 1913, at 9 o'clock, a. m., at my oliice in
said county, be fixed as tho timo and placo set for
proving said will, at which time and place, you
and all concerned may appear and contest the
probato of tho same.
It is further ordered that said petitioner give
notice to all persons interested in said estate of
tho pendency of said petition, nnd of thetlmo
nnd place set for hearing of said petition, by
causing a copy of this order to be published in
North Platte Tribune, a leqral scml-weckly news
paper published in North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, and of general circulation In said
county for four successive weeks previous to the
day set for hearing, viz: June 3rd, 1913, 9 a. m.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and alllxed the official seal this 24th day of
m6-4 John Grant, County Judge.
By virtue of an order issued in th
district court in and for Lincoln County
Nebraska, on tho 4th day of April, 1913,
in an action of partition wherein Rupert
Schwnigor is plaintiff and Agnes Harris,
Emroy Tripp, Minnie Hood, a minor,
Eddie Hood, a minor, Helen Colvin, a
minor, Edward Tripo, Opal Tripp,
Adeline Tripp, and Harold "Tripp,
minors and children of Mamie Tripp,
deceased, W. L. Porter, first and real
namo unknown, ns guardian of Minnie
Hood, II. D. Hughos, first and real
namo unknown, as guardian of Eddie
Hood, Earl H. Colvin as guardian of
Holcn Colvin, Russell D. Chase as
guardian of Edward Tripp, Opal Tripp,
Adeline Tripp and Harold Tripp are de
fendants, I will sell nt public auction at
the cast front door of the court house in
the city of North Platto, Lincoln County,
Nebraska on tho LMth day of May, 1913,
at tho hour of 1 o'clock p. m., the fol
lowing described real estate situ a to in
Lincoln County, Nebraska, towit: The
east half (EJ) and tho northwest
nunrter (N W j) of soction thirty-four
(34,) township sixteen (16.) north of
range thirty west of tho Cth p. m. in
Lincoln County, Nebraska, containing
480 ncros according to government sur
vey; tho terms of said sale to be cash in
Dntcd at North Platte, Nebraska,
this 14th of April, 1913.
O. E. ELDER, Referee. A-15-5
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