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oOico as Socond Class Matter.
FRIDAY. SEPT. 5. 1913.
Local and Personal.
Tho Wolback-ball team, of Grand
Island, will piny hero with the local
nine Sunday nftornoon.
Jnmos Rannlo and family returned
Wednesday evening from an extended
visit in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. " Heming, who have
made their homo here for aomo time
will movo to Chnppell Monday.
Miss Fayo Britton, of Wayne, ono of
the local teachers, arrived hero Wed
nesday mid will take up her duties
Mrs. Thomas Green and daughter, of
Grand Island, wore in town yesterday
while enroute homo from a visit in
Mrs. Martha Graham is enjoying a
visit from her brother Mr. Martin of
Fullerton whom she had not seen in
Miss Beth Cunningham, who taught
last year in Gothenburg has been en
gaged to touch this year in the schools
at Pomona, Cal., at a salary of eighty
five dollars per month.
David A, Uman, of Hastings, and
Miss Esther Elonora Lafdahl of Suth
urland, wero married by Judge Grant
Mrs. Haifil, of Horshoy, who came
tho first of this week to attend fttho
funeral of tho late Mrs. W. R. Salis
bury, left Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Afton, of Denver, who
visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perkins
this week loft Wednesday for Oshkosh
to spend a fow days with relatives.
John Day and son Dave write from
Tacomo, Wabh., that thoy havo pur
chased a good business there, Tho
family will leave in about three woeks.
Brick laying is about completed on
tho addition which Fred Waltemath is
erecting at the, rear of the building
occupied by tho Huffman smoke houso.
Tho Epworth loague hold a pleasant
outing at Dilllon's grovo yesterday and
spent tho day in outdoor amusements.
An enjoyable lunch added to tho day's
Special sale of boys and girls school
shoes at the Leader,
Misa Helen Wholphy, of Fremont,
arrlyed hero Wednesday to tench In
the Socond ward school. She will make
rfor homo with her aunt Mrs. II. M,
AIi, Lino and J. E. Vermillion
fornod a partnership tho oarly part of
this week and havo rented a building on
NoVth Locust, Mr. Line will be in
chrirgo of tho watch repairing depart
ment und Mr. Vermillion will devote
his time to real estate business.
W. L. Reynolds, who lives on tho
Charley Hreternitz place , ten miles
northeast of town, will soil sixty head
of cattle nt public auction Sept. ICth,
Mr, and Mrs. Roynolds expect to spend
tho fall and winter in southern Cali
Sixty farmers, living south, south
east and southwest of town, oUewhoro
publish a notico forbidding hunting and
trespassing on their lands. Hunters
in order to avoid troublo, had better
look up the list and steer clear
of thupromisc3xof the advertlsors.
Residents of tho Third ward are hav
ing considerable trouble with a number
of Mcxicanu who camo to town the
first of this week and have .annoyed
sovbral people by trying to enter their
fiouseu when in an intoxicated condi
tion. Several of them havo taken in
charge by tho ofllcors.
F. J. Dionor & Co., Real Estate and
Insurance. Furm and city property for
Myrtle and Vicinity,
Gcorgo Moran and wl'fe wore North
Pjatta visitors Wednesday and Thursday
of last weak.
School began Monday in districts 29
und 03. Miss Bortha McMillan toadies
the formor and Miss Pearl Brothers
the latter school.
G. J. Gambrel and wife are taking in
tho sights at tho state fair this week.
Tho littlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Clffo
Nealu is on tho sick list.
;,$h Anderson had tho nilsfortuuo to
lose three cows from cane poisoning the
latter part of last week.
Peter Peterson and family, of North
Platte visited friends nnd relatives hero
the last of tho week.
Caught a Dad Cold.
"Last winter my son caught a very
bad cold and the way ho coughed was
somothing dreadful' writes Mrs. Sarah
n Duncan, or Tipton, lowa. vyo
thought sure ho was going Into consump
tion. Wo bought just one bottle of
Chatriberlaln'H Cough Remedy and that
ono botlltTstopped his cough and cured
his cold completely." For sale by all
Morning theme will be "The In
fluence of the Day Spring and Day
Starupon tho World and Society."
Evening thomo:"TheLlmatlon of Life,
A Spur to Actiyity " Sunday school
and men's bible class at usual hour.
M. E. Church
Sunday school 8:45 a. m. At 11 a.
m. thore will be a fellowship Bervlco
held. It is desired that every member
of the church be present at tho hour.
Epworth league.at 0:45 p. m. This
will bo a Rally Day sorvice to which
all the young people arc invited.
At 8 o'clock the pastor will preach
on "Tho Seed of Cain and Seth."
Good music at nil services.
Baptist Church Notes.
Professor Lottie M. Condiff, of Cedar
Valley seminary while enroute from
Los Angelos stopped for a few days
with the pattor. Sunday evening she
sang as a solo. "Does Jesus Care."
At the' regular monthly business
meeting of the church held Wednesday
evening nino were roceived into the
membership of the church. One month
ago six wero received making a total of
fifteen for July and August.
A son of Evangelist P. C. Nelson, of
Indianapolis, la., has ' contracted to
teach a school several miles In the
country. Wo were glad to havo him
worship with us last Sunday.
Sunday morning tho pastor will give
a communion talk. The subject will
bo, "Tho Significance of tho Cdmmunion
Service." Tho celebration of tho
Lord's supper will follow the morning
service. Tho Sunday evening subject
will be, "Knowing God by Experience."
B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. subject, "The
Faith of tho Christian," leader Miss
Essio Wessburg. One of tho bible
wagons of tho morican Baptist Publi
cation Society was soon on tho streets
Inst week. These wagons go all over
tho country distributing tracts and
bibles. Rev. Olson was in charge of
A numbor of young people gave a
picnic in tho country Wednesday even
ing in honor of Miss Margaret Ware
of Blair, who is visiting hero.
REPORT OP THE CONDITION OV THE
McDonald State Bank,
of North Platte, Nob . Charter No. (117
Incorporated, In the Statu of Nebraska,
at the close of business Aug,
Loani ami discounts . $i25,os0.l6
Overdrafts 113. rs
Honda, securities. Juilir
rauntH, elalmi, etc .. 13.500 00
Hanking house, furni
ture and fixtures 1R.000.00
Due from natn'l, and
state banks tI2,M'O.0S
Checks and Hems of.ox
Currency 15 43.1.00
Gold coin 1.525.00
Silver, nickuls and emits. il.S83.wi. ns.4i0.t0
Cardial stock paid In..
Undivided ..Jirollts not.
Individual deposits 8ub
Demand fcurtUlcatus of
duuoslt '.. ..".'.i
Tlnm certlltcaU'H.of do
posit I.utUir of Credit
Cahhlur'it checks out
standing Due to natn'l und Htatu
Notes and bills ro-dls-('i)unled
11,887.38 2W.C22 41
Total J 124.124,70
Stattrof Nebraska, County of Lincoln, ss.
I. W. H. McDonald, Cashier of tho above
named bank, do hereby swear that the
alKivo statement Is a correct and truo copy of
tho rijport mono to thoHtato Dunking Hoard
W. II. McDoNAi.it, Cashier.
Attostt Ciias MoUonali), Director.
... X II. McDonald, Director
, flubscrlbpu and sworn to before mo this 3rd
day of September. ll13.
WESLKY T. WILCOX. Notary Public
My csmmlKSlon expires Fob. 0 Wis
NOTICE TO HUNTERS.
Notice is heroby giving that no hunt
ing or treasBpassing will bo allowed on
tho lands of the undersigned who resldo
south and west of North Platte.
Violations of this notice will bo prose
cuted to tho full extent of the law.
Win. Bennur, Gcorgo Single,
Elmer Dnggot, C. S. Bothell,
Wm. Hunter, Wm, Facka,
Chns. Howard, Lester, Anderson,
E. A. Roberts, M. Ortan,
Ode Roberts, Arthur Connor,
Jess Kunkle, Ed Wilson. '
Clark Howard, A. W. Tool.
G. T. Knotts, Gunderson Bro-.
Frank Facka, O. L Watkins,
C. Broedor, J. A. Kunkle,
Eli Kuncklo. A. Kunkle.
C. Porter D. W. Kunkle.
A. J . Howard, Hugh Songor,
W. Kunkle, L. L. Rowoly,
D C. Carritran. Lrvntan Cmll
C. V. Turplo, Ward Weekly.
1). J. Knox, Clyde Long,
M. C. Loth, Roy Melton,
A. Loth, John Pulls,
A. Zuler. .1. K. c.mw
George Garman, F. Kronquest,
W. E. Mestor, F. L. Weinburtr.
V.v h Zimmerman S. D. Goldsmith
W. E. Collins, D. A. Voss.
G. W. Fills, P. W. Collins
J. S. Hardin, W. H.Backley,
L. Lloyd C. R. Osgood,
F. Montnguo Ed. Frooman.
H. M. Hersley T. W. Rubjo
Dr. J. K. Elms,
Eye, Ear, Noso and
" fitted Also
Homeopathic Physician and
Office over McDonald State
North Platte. Phono 30.
When the Worm
By M. QUAD
Copyright, ISIS, by Ansoclnted Lit
In this instance the worm was Sarah
Ann Perkins of the vlllogo of rSmlth
tllle. Nature and her father and a lot of
other persons and things wero to blame
for It, and tho turning of that worm
mnde a heap of troublo for a hundred
people or more.
Sarah Ami wns born homely. Just
how homely she was as a baby nocd
not bo told here. She was homely as
a smnll girl, and everybody knows how
tho homely business goes when It once
gets started. At the ngo of twenty
Sarah Ann was a peach. Sho attract
ed ten tlmos the attention of any hand
Sarah Ann's father -was to blame In
this way. Ho was an easy mark dur
ing his life, nnd wheu he camo to his
dying bed he nindo a wjll leaving ev
erything to his daughter.
It got nolsod around that Sarah Ann
had been left a big legacy, and. wid
owers and bachelors appeared and fell
In lovo with her. Then thoy investi
gated tho lcgncy matter and fell out
again. When Miss Perkins had reach
ed tho age of forty, which she did In
duo time, the live or six women in
Smlthvllle that wero keeping book ac
counts against her figured up ttat she
had been jilted twenty-two different
times. Trust tho married women of a
village to keep tabs on mi old maid. ,
There was great Jeering when the
lust Jilt came. Sarah Ann wept and
wus not comforted. She realized that
her last chauco had slipped away.
Even an optimistic woman can't fall
to reallzo that there must bo an end
to tho courting game. For a long, long
day our heroine was thinking, nnd
when tho stars of erenlng twinkled
ugaln her mind wns mado up. Tho
village of Smlthvllle hadn't given her
a fair show. The worm would turn and
mnko it hot for Smlthvllle. There was
no ono around to hear tho click Of tho
spinster's teeth as her mind wns mado
up witn tho nek of Gibraltar for a
foundation. If thero hnd been there
would have been shivers n-plcnty.
Two weeks from that night Sarah
Ann Perkins disappeared oft tho face
of tho earth that Is, tho face of the
earth around Smlthvllle. Sho hnd been
living nlone with her cat.in a littlo cot
tage. A window was found broken in
jjind a door broken open. Chnlrs wero
upsot and furniture broken, nnd there
wero splashes of blood hero and there.
There was great excitement nt once.
Miss Perkins had been murdered while
tho vlllago slept. Tho body could not
bo found. More than n hundred Jleoplo
turned out nnd spent tho day lddklng
for it, but not tho slightest traco was
had. Tho sheriff nnd tho coroner over
hauled the missing woman's papers,
and tho first document was a solar
ploxus blow. It charged thirty differ
ent villager's with conspiracy to do
away with tho writer by violence. The
list included a minister, an elder and
two deacons, nnd tho others wero all
prominent. About hnlf were women.
Tho chargo was boldly made that on
certain dates certain men or women
had called nt the old maid's hou&c- or
met her on tho street and warned her
that sho must leave the town or havo
her throat cut.
Tho production of this document fill
ed the village with consternation. Tho
sheriff decided that ho must make ar
rests as charged, and ho went about
It. Meanwhile- the search for tho body
continued, nnd strangers camo from
twenty miles nwny to participate.
Newspapers sent their representatives,
and private detectives wero on hand
by tho dozen. Thero might not have
boon a hundred different theories, but
thero surely wero fifty.
Tho number of persona arrested was
103; tho numbor of strangers visiting
Smlthvllle In tho first four weeks was
estimated nt 10,700; tho number of
newspaper columns written wns C50;
the number of times Snrah Ann's pic-
turo was used was 84; tho dnmago to
tho business of tho town wns $20,000.
Of tho 103 persons arrested all but
two proved nllbls for tho night of tho
murder. Of the other two ono was a
morchant nnd tho other a deacon.
They had played checkers and drunk
hard elder in a back room of tho storo
that night until thoy had slid out of
their chairs and slept under tho table.
Tlmo cousuraed In tho trial, five weeks;
cost to county and individuals, $14,
000. No ono wan convicted.
Of cour&o it wns Sarah Ann Ferklns
who broko open her door nnd smashed
In tho window. Tho blood camo from
a chicken killed that afternoon. Sho
left her cottngo at about 8 o'clock and
had tho luck to get out of tho vlllago
UQsceu. Then sho took to tho high
way and traveled all night aud mado
fifty miles next day by tho cars. Then
sho lmlted and hired out at a vlllago
inn nnd was within slxty-llvo miles of
Smlthvllle till tho time tho affair was
on. Threo thousand dollars was the
reward out for her, but no ono got it.
Ono day a year later Sarah Ann ro
appeared in Smlthvillo. Sho wns ac
companied by her husband, flo was
tho innkeeper sho had worked for.
Sho had finally told him her story, nnd
when it had been concluded ho had
"But what wns tin matter you
couldn't get married?"
"Too homely," sho replied.
"Why. rtuni my cats, but you are one
of tho best looking women I over snwl
What In thunder could havo ailed
those twenty-two fellers? niamed
handsome woman 'and a heroine to
bootl Let's go aud got married as
soon as we can!"
la often caused by Indigestion and
constipation, and quickly disappears
when Chamberlain's Tablets arc taken,
For sale by all dealers.
hoss auo untie
Bought nnd highest market
Residence Red 63G . Office 459
C. H. WALTERS.
Notice of Incorporation.
Notice is hereby civon that tho under
signed have associated as a corporation
under tho name and style, Howe &
Maloney; with the principal place of
transacting its business in the city of
North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebras
ka: nnd for tho nurnose of transacting
a general furnituro and undertaking
business; with the amount of its capi
tal stock $12000.00 all nnid in cash: and
siad corporation shall commence its
business on the 25th day of April, 1913,
antl terminate in twenty years; ana its
indebtedness is not at any time to ex
ceod g of its amount of stock capital;
and the business of the incorporation
shall be conducted by a president and a
vice-president, secretary and treasurer.
Dated this 28th day of July, 1913.
William R. Maloney, President,
Charles A. Howe, Vice-President,
Eiima V. Maloney, Sect.,
William R. Maloney, Treas.
To Afhert W. Kilmer and Jennie
Kilmer, his wife, defendants:
You and each of you will take notice
that the Bank of btapleton, of Staple
ton, Nebr., as plaintiff, has filed its
certain petition in the District Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska, in which
you and oach of you are named as de
fendants, the objoct and prayer of
which said petition is to foreclose that
certain mortgage made and executed
by you, and each of you to The Gandy
Hank upon the following described real
estate situate in Lincoln County, Ne
braska, to-wit: The southeast quarter
(sej) and the southeast quarter (sel) of
the southwest quartor (swi) of section
thirty-two (32), township sixteen (10).
north of range twenty-six (2G), west qf
the 6th P. M. and which said mortgage
was given to secure the payment of
that certain promissory note mado
and executed by you for tho principal
sum of $315.00. And said foreclosure
is had for said principal sum together
with interest thareon at tho rate of ten
per cent per annum from September 5,
1912. You and oach of you will make
answer to said petition on or before
October 13, 1913, or tho allegations
thereof will betaken as true anddecree
Dated at North Platte, this 2nd day
of September, 1913.
Bank op Stapleton,
by E. H. Evans,
b2-4 its attorney.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, Miner Ilinman of North Platte.
Nebraska, will offer for salo at public
auction at the Ilinman Garace situate
on Dewey and 5th streets in the City of
North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebras
ka, at the Dewey street entrance, on
tho 25th day of September, 1913. at the
hour of 3 p. m. the following described
personal property, to-wit:
One model 10, Huick manufacture,
Said sale to keep open' for the period
of one hour, and which said described
property will be sold to the highest and
best bidder for cash for the satisfac
tion of an artisan's lien for th sum of
55149.95 together with the interest there
on at the rato of 7 pep cent per annum
from the 18th day of. August, 1913, for
alteration anu repairs made upon said
described property by said Minpr Ilin
man nt tho request and for the benefit
of G. Malm, the owner thereof; and
that a verified statement and descrip
tion of the work done and material
furnished and description of the said de
scribed property wns filed in the office
of the County Clerk of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, on August 18th, 1913, by
said Miner Hinmnn in account with
said G. Malm, debtor, and which said
lien nnd the work and repairs furnished
which constitute same, were furnished
for a period beginning January 25,
1913, and onding August 3, 1913.
Dated nt North Platte, Nebraska,
September 2, 1913.
By E. II. Evans, his attorney.
To be published in tho Tribune Sep
tember 2, 4. 9. 12. 1G, 19 and 23.
Notico is hereby Riven that tho un
dersigned, Miner Ilinman of North
Vlattu, Nebraska, will offer for salo at
public auction nt the Ilinman garage,
sltuato on Dowoy nnd 5th streets in the
City of North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nobrnskn, at tho Dewey street en
trance, on tho 24th day of September,
1913, at tho hour of 2p. in., the follow
ing described personal property, to-wlt:
Una model F, Buick manufacture,
Said sale to keep open for thu poriod
of ono hour and which said described
Eroperty will be sold to tho highest and
est bidder for cash, for tho satisfac
tion of nn artisan's lien for the sum of
$S9.70, togother with theintorest there
on at tno rate oi por cent per annum
from tho 18th day of August, 1913, for
nltoration and repairs mado upon said
do&cribed property by said Elinor Ilin
man nt the request and for the benefit
of George Case, the owner thereof;
nnd thijt n verified statement and de
scription of the work done and material
furnished, a description of tho said de
scribed property was filed in the oflico
of tho Cqunty C'lork of Lincoln county,
Nebrnaka, on August 18th. 1913, by
said Ulnoi Ilinman in account with
said George Case, debtor, and which
said lion and the work nnd repairs fur
nished which constitute, same were fur
nished for a period beginning April 21,
1913, nnd ending July 8, 1913.
Dated at North Platte, Suptembar
f ny 'w, . mviiiia, ilia iiciuuicy,
J To bo published in tho Tribune, Sep
' temper 2, 5, 9, 12, 10, 19 and 23.
Dr. D. C. Crockef.
PHONG RED 070.
' GEO. D. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon, '
Office oVer McDonald Bank.
PV,nn. J Office 130
Phones Residence 115
. DR. J. S. TWINEM, I
Homeopathic Phyilclan andSurgeon J
Hospital accommodations for Medical nnd a
surgical attention given obstetrical cases.
Office Pbono 183 lies. Phono 283
Office McDonald Stato Hank A'e J
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
Doctors Amos & Ames, ;
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office over Stone Drug Co.
Phoneq I umce m
f hones Reaidence 273
Signet Chapter O. E. S.,
3 Meets Znd and 4th Thursday of every j
month at Masonic Hall nt 7.30 p. m. f
, OR. HARRY MITCHELL
"Tofeprfono Red 456 D03M Dewey St,
North Platte, Nebraska.
S LA. LINE ? I
5 13 years experience at the bench. Can do JS
n all Kindt-u repairing. Bed rock prices. All JC
X work guaranteed. Jjjj
Oldest Bank In Lincoln County
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
We Solicit Your Business.
PJTRONIZE THE ngT
in 'House of Good Show l HI
When in North Plallo.
Motion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matinee Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
For Thirty or
We have been making, repairing
denning, and altering clothes for
tne people of North Platte. We
have aimed to give satisfaction, and
we guess we have been successful,
else tho people would not now pat
ronzo us. Give us a chance to do
F. J. BROEKER.
Entrance north of tho Nyal drug store.
Established in 1871.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop Comer 6th and Vino Streets
NORTH PLATTE, NED.
R. D. Thomson.
North Platte has two attractions it
pretty women and the cigars made by
Schmnlzried. Rnth nttvnntlona nni
b)loaiing; and both are in demand.
Schmnlzried cigars and don't know how
good thoy are; if so, try them. You
will not be disappointed.
J. F. SCHMAURIED,
The Maker of Good Cigars.
Di (edfield edfield
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILLIS J. IlEDFIELD. Surgeon.
JOE B. IlEDFIELD, Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.
The Statu of Nebraska, Lincoln County, ss
In tho County Court.
In tlio Matter of tho Estate ot Clause
To tlio creditors. lielM legatees and others
Interested In tho ostato of Clause Erickson.
Take notico. that tho administrator, has
filed In tho countr court, a rctwrt of his
dolncs as administrator or said estate and
It Is ordered that tho samo stand for
hearing' tho 0th, day of Septotnlior. A. I).
1913. boforo tho court at tho hour of "o'clock,
n. m,, nt which tlmo any person Intoiestcd
may appear and except to and contest the
Notico of this proceeding and tho licarini?
thereof is ordered given to all persons in
terested In said matter br publishing a copy of
this order in tho North I'latto Tribune, a
legal seml-weoklj liBWspapeu printed In
said countv for three consecutive weeks
prior to said date of hearing.
Dated A.trust 13th, 1913. (Seal)
nl9-3 .IoiikGua "I, County Judge
NOTICE OF SETTLEMET.
(The State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, ss
In tho County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Dennis
To tho creditors, heirs, legatees, and others In
terested in tho estate of Dennis Kelly.
Take notice, that Elizabeth Kelly has
filed In tho county court a report of her doings
as administratrix of Bald estate, and It Is ordered
that tho same stand for hearing tho 9th day
of September, A. D., 1913. before tho court
at the hour of 9 o'clock, a. m., at which time any
person Interested may uppear and except to and
contest the same.
Notice of this proceeding nnd tho hcarintr
thereof Is ordered given to all persons interested
in said matter by publishing a copy of the order
In the North Platte Tribune, a semi-weekly
newspniicr, printed in said county for; three
successive weeks prior to the said dato, of
hearlug. Dated August 11th. 1913. (Seal)
a 19-3 JOHN UKANT. County Judge.
OUDElt OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR. AP
POINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX.
The State ok-Nebraska, L.ncoln County, 88.
In tho County Cm 1 1
In tho matter o i estate of John II.
Guthcrlees, decent en
On reading and hi n. tho petition of Mary
Gutherless, praying that administration of said
estate may be granted to herself as admin
istratrix. Ordered, That Sept. 9th, 1913, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Is assigned for hearing said petition, when
all persons Interested in said matter may apoear
at a county court to be held in hnd for said
county, and show causo why prayer of petitioner
should not bo granted; and that notice of the
pendency of said petition and tho hearing
thereof be given to all persons Interested in said
matter by publishing a copy of this order In the
North Platte Tribune a seml-wcekly news
paper printed In said county for three successive
weeks, prior to said day of hearing,
Dated August 16. 1913.
al9-3 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 04809 .
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR.
United States Land Office
At North Platte, Nebraska, July 25. 1913.
Notico Is hereby given that Bernard A. Voss,
of North Platte, Neb., who on June 28, 1910, made
homestead entry. No. 04809, for Ei4 NEl4,
EW, SWM, and SEW Section 30, Town
ship 11, N. Range 30, W. 6th Principal
Meridan, has filed notico of Intention to make
three year proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the register and receiver
at North Platte, Nebraska, on tho 19th day of
Claimant names as witnessses: George Miller
of Somerset, Neb., William Hunter. Amandus
Kunkle, both of North Platte, Neb., Howard
Simms, of Wellfleet, Nebr,
J29-6 J. E. Evans. Register.
By virtue of nn execution on transcript issued
from theDistrict Court oi Lincoln county, Nebras
ka, upon a decree of foreclosure rendered In said
court wherein Knox and Walters a corporation
partnership I plaintiff, and E. Rlma, Is de
fendant, and to me directed, I will
on the 23rd day of August, 1913, at two
o'clock, p. m., nt tho east front door of the
court house of said county. In the city of North
Platte, Nebraska, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree.
Interest and costs, tho following described
Northeast quarter (neW) section two
i (2) In township fifteen (IB), range thirty
' (30), west of the 0th P. M. in Lincoln
Dated at North Platte. Neb., Jul y 14, 1913.
J15-5 A. J. SALisnunr, Sheriff
In tho County Court of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, Aug. 2Gth, 1913.
In the matter of the estate of Catherine Mc
Notice Is hereby given, that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the Executors of said
estate, before tho county judge of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, at the county court room, in Bald
county, on the 30th day cf Sept. 1913, and on
tho 30th day of Mar., 1914, at 9 o'clock a. m. each
day, for tho purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allowance. Six
months aro allowed for creditors to present their
claims, and one year for the Executors to
settle said estate, from the 26th day of Aug. 1913.
A copy of this order to bo published in the
North Platte Tribune, a legal semi-weekly news
paper printed in Baid county for four successlv
weeks prior to Sept. 30th. 1913,
sM JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
ORDER OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR
APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR.
The State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, ss.
In the County Court.
In tho Matter of tho Estate of Mary
On reading and filing tho petition of Dredrick
Buchholz praying that administration of said
estate may be granted to August Hamer as ad
ministrator. Ordered, That Sept. 23rd. 1913, at 0 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 causo why tho prayer of petitioner should
not bo granted; and that notice of tho pendency
of said petition and the hearing thereof bs given
to all persons interested in said matter by pub
lishing a copy of this order In the North Platte
Tribune a semi-weekly newspaper printed In said
county, for three successive weeks, prior to said
day of hearing.
Dated August 27th, 1913.
s2-3 County Judge'
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County.
To all persons interested in the es
tate of Susan Pickett, deceased.
Whereas, there hag been admitted to
probate in tho county court of said
county, an instrument purported to be
the last will and testament of Susan
Pickett, late of said county, deqeased;
and John J. Hnlligan has filed his peti
tion herein, praying for tho issuing of
letters testamentary, I have, therefore,
appointed 23rd day of September at 9
o clock in the forenoon nt the county
court room in said county, as the time
andplaco for hearing upon said peti
tion. At which timo ntiil nlona .m.
and all concerned may appear and con-
ieL me allowing oi tne same, it i fur
ther ordered that said petitioner give
notico to all persons interested in said
estate, of tho pendency of this potition,
nnd the timo nnd place set for tho
hearing of the same by causing a copy
of this notico to be published in the
North Platte Tribuno a semi-weekly
newspaper of the county for three suc
cessive weeks previous to the day set
In witnesss whereof, 1 havo hereunto
set my hand and seal this30th day of
August, 1913. John Grant,
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