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Proceedings ot the
Soptombor 1. 1013.
Board mot pursunnt to adjournment.
Present Roberts, White, Hermlnghau
scn and county clerk.
This being a legal holiday, the meet
ing stands adjourned until tomorrow.
C. W. Yost, County Clork.
September 2, 1913.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present Roberts, White, Hcrminghau
nan and county clerk.
This being the day set for hearing
the petition and remonstrance on change
ot road 43, nnd nil parties interested
beinir present, the board defers final
action on said road until Sept. 10, 1913,
in order to viow said proposed change.
Claim of G S Williams for 150.00 cash
for road district 33 is heieby allowed as
follows: 50.00 on Com'r Dist 1, 50.00 on
Com'r Dist 2 and 50.00 on Com'r Dist 3
The following claims were nllowed on
tho general fund, to-wit:-A
J' Kelly, printing and publish
ing.. $201 70
L E Roach, damages on road 300 25 00
Nebraska Telephone Co, tele
phone ront for bept unu toll
charges for August. . '
North Platte Electric Co, light
service for May
W It Mnlonov. coroner's services.
body of S Ynrdorugh 10 15
Derrvberry & Forbss, hardwnro 17 75
J D W Lincoln, opening gravo.. 5 00
CO Wclngand, clothes for county
poor 14 20
R L Cochran, measuring and
computing yardage on rood
l W Hoatson. chainmanonsamo
and auto iiiro
P W llerminghausen, services
ns commissioner nnd mileago . . .
D B White, services as commis
sioner and mileage . ..
G W Jtob'erts, services as com
missioner, mileago and
freight prepaid 50 49
Allowed on bridge fund, to-wit:-
Greeloy Bundy, work on North
Platto bridge 21 00
Murphy & Johnson, bridge lum
ber... 4 201 05
Merrfliat Culvert Core Co, bal
ance on bridge form 375 00
W R Weakly, cash for road dis
trict 24 allowed on said dis
trict GO 00
Whereupon tho board adjourns to
Sept 3, 1013
C W Yost, County Clerk.
September 3, 1913
Board, met pursuant to adjournment.
Present White, Horminghauson and
The following claims were allowed
on tho general fund, to-wit:-Gormo
Alfg, Co, disinfectant for
county jail 50 00
W M Welch' Co, supplies for
Supt 29 G5
P M Soronson. window screens
and repair work at court
house 74 50
John R Ritnor, mdse for county
Zion Olllco Supply Co, supplies
Remington Typewriter Co, sup
plies and repairs (four
P AI Sorcnson, book case for
Hammond & Stephens Co, sup
plies for Supt (two clalmB) .
Jas A iiowo, services btato vs
Pulley 15 00
Fred McCaitr. services State va
Pohl (two claims) 13 00
M 1 McCarty, medicine" for
county poor 5175
'University t'ublinhing Co, sup
plies for Supt 12 00
State Journal Co, index for1
county judge... 162
Midland Chemical Co, disinfect
ant for court house 20 00
North Platto Cemetery Associo- .
Hon, graves for county
- charges , 20 00
Rincker Drug Co, supplies for
Supt 28 25
Midland Chemical Co, disinfect
ant for jail 12 25
W R Moloney, coroner's services
body of Sidney Dillon 11 SO
A A Schutss Co, cordon hose.
etc 14 40
Remington Typewriter Co.
1 LBnre, printing and publishing
Anna Anderson, euro of county
poor during month of Aug. .
Jens Sdmmor, mdse for county
Scott & Brown, meat for county
WUcox Dopt. Storo mdso for
county poor .- 5
Mccombor & Vermillion, iiuIbo
for county poor 5
Bratt & Goodman, house ront
county poor (two claims) .... 23 00
D A Rundstrom, medical ser
vices countv noor 25 00
Geo 13 Prossor, office expenses.. 12 50'
Sundry Persons, Inquest of Airs,
Zimmerman; totul 26 30
Sundry Ponjona, jurors Alover
inquust, total G
A U xatos, npprnlninjr road 307
and nuto .hire G
A W Hoatson, nppraising road 3G7 3
Frank Coates, appraising road
Sunday Parsons, State vs Clay-
.ton, total .'
A V Wickeraham, witnoss Stnto
vs Clayton, disallowed for. .
R L Cochran, re-survoy of road
O J AlcNamarn.ehainman on samu
Jas Jensen, flagman on snme. . . ,
Geo E Prossor, servicos Stato Va
Steolo, Clerk of Dist. Court
Wm utten, services btato vs
Steele, Constable 2
JvreuJ. Warron, services btato vs
Steele, Justico of Peace. . . ,
"Wm Johnson, bridge work.
Brady, allowed on brldgo
fund for 144
A S'GIHnnd grading road on
, county line, allowed on Com
missioner's Dist. 2 for. . . . .
A Chambers, grading on road
231, nllowed on Commission
er's Dl3t 3 for 1G0 00
Whereupon tho board adjourns to
C W Yost,
Soptombor 4, 1913.
Board met pursuant to adjournment,
Present White, llerminghausen 'and
Tho following claims woro'allowed on
tho general fund, to-wlt:
II L Baker, drugs and medicine -
for county poor .v 35 15
Stability, Efficiency and Service
lltivo hcon tho Jftiotors
in tho gvowtli of the
First National Bank,
C A iJ J TAT AA'D SUllL,USt
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
I r-- ANYBODY CAN TAKE 1
. AN AUTO APART 1
fm" 4ni& but it takes skill and knowledgo 1
TjfettsAn to bo able to put it together. So (3
-rCjfm don't try to do your own auto re- 8
L flSlW.j pairing. Better by far send it I
t ' nT-Sifw II hero where we have all faciites j
MucMLkSeS " or Perfct repair work and tho
"W . Wfov requisite skill to makoUBe of them ,
IMRBSB pro,gr'y i
1 llliW J. S.Davis Auto Co. I
Ew JWMiLiWiMWHW II dMI i WifiHWIH 'il ' i il I W'l I ' n I HI i1 1 n H W iWW i' I ' I 'Wl i I
State Journnl Co., books for
county judge 23 50
University Publishing Co. sup
plies for Supt 33 75
P M Sorenson, repairs at court
house 3 50
Remington Typewriter Co,, sup
plies two claims) 8 GO
J D W Lincoln, opening grave.. 5 00
Paul G Aloyer, special commis
sioner on roud 240 7 45
W R Alaloney coroners servicos
body of C Wilson 10 00
W R Alaloney, coronors services
body of Wm. Besack 1G 10
Howe & Alaloney, office chair
for Supt 7t0
linmond & Stephens Co. sup
plies for Supt 13 30
AI K Neville, office rent county
attorney, Alay and June.... 24 00
LaurnAlurray, grading examina
tion papers 48 50
Howe & Alaloney, mdso for
court house 115
Jos Wilson, salary for August 75 00
Cleo Chappell, salary for August 133 81
T F Watts, salnty tor August. . lb 00
A .1 Salisbury, salary for August 125 00
C W Yost, salury for August. . . 137 50
C W Yost, office expenses for
August 14 31
EH bpringer, appraising road 43 J
'-' and team
Chas O'Rourkc, appraising road
.Ed. Alurphy, nppraising rond43&
J B Hemphill, stationary for
Ulllco bpoctnlty Sales uo. sup
plies for county clerk 4
P II Sullivan, office chair for jail 5
Hammond te Stephens Lo. sup-
plies ror supt. .
W u vi
rin, refund of taxes 7 84
Goo E Prosser, office expenses.. 10 87
Klopp & BartlettCo supplies and
books for various ofliceo
(four claims) 870 91
Carl Lintz, bailiff district court 18 00
T F Watts, bailiff district court
disallowed for 18 00
Emma Pulver, care of county
poor from June 30, 1912 to -September
30, 1912 (disal
lowed for 25 00 739 45
Allowed on bridge fund, to-wit:
A F Beoler, piling 1G5 00
Elmer Lofdah I. bridge work.
Allowed on road district funds:
J S Davis Auto Co. repairs
for road machine allowed on
road district 32
C H Empio, road work, allowed
on road district 12
Chas Gerkin, road work, allowed
on district 14
Henry Linnemeyer, cash for road
D,WT Baker, juror Stato vs DIs
brow, on general fund......
A. O Kocken, juror Stato vs
Disbrow. allowod on conora
Frank Buchanan, juror Stato vs
Disbrow, allowed on general
Frank Murray, juror sta.'o vs
Disbrow, allowed on general
fund ,, ..
Wm. Landgraf, Jr., juror Stato
vs Disbrow, allowed on gon
oral fund m,,w....
Whereupon the board' nuiourna
Sept. 1G, 1913. C. W. Yost,
Aliss Lizzlo Bnfnett. of Lincoln, camo
last evening to visit hor cousin Aliss
Vaunitn Hayes for a week or more.
Aliss Lizzio Haverland who hns boon
ill for ncouplo of weeks with typhoid
fovor is reported to bo much improved.
Alra. A. S. Coats will entertain tho
Nevita Club nt the homo of hor mother
Airs. Emma Pulver Tuesday atternoon.
Now is tho timo to buy wall paper 20
per cent discount at Duko & Duats,
JolpiR. Johnston, of Indiana, is spend
ing n fow days in town while enrouto
to Wnllaco to visit Charles Hayden and
Tho M. AI. AI. club held an onjovnble
session at tho homo of Airs. G. S. Huff
man Tuesday afternoon. Card games
wore played and prizes won by Mrs,
Robert Dickey and Airs. Harry Fleish
man. Airs. Ernest Tramp, Airs. Her
bert Tramp and Airs. Henry Walto
m a th were guests of .tho club, Minses
Helen Waltemath, AIhrio: AlcCabe und
I mm Huffman assisstcd in sorving tho
Air. and Airs. George Schntz and son
who have been visiting Airs. Edwina
Ssllatz for several weeks, will return to
The Lutheran Aid Society were on
tertained yesterday afternoon by Ales
dnmes Walter Pletcher, Stovio and
Burroughs at the home of the former.
Tho Nevita Club entertained their
husbands at an indoor picnic at the ex
perimental station Tuesday evening at
the home of Atr. and Airs. W. P.
Snyder. Tho evening was pleasantly
spent In games and the lunch was a
most enjoyable one.
Little Virginia Scott entertained a
number of her small friends Tuesday
afternoon in honor of her fourth birth
anniversay. After spending a couple
of houra in outdoor games tho little
folks were served with a nice lunch by
the hostess's mother. Airs. AI. E. Scott.
Elegant residsnee lots from SI 50 -to
u. n inoeiecice.
A number of neighbors and friends
of Alrs.Dell Huntington tendered ho a
surprise party Wednesday evening in
honor of her birth anniversary and pre
sented her with a pretty collection of '
guts, mcc ruircinmcuis were served
Frank K. Sullivan, formerly of this city
lias been appointed traffic mannger and
superintendent of the Nevnda Copper
Bel- Rnilroad with hendntiartera nt
1V Alason, Nevada. Prior to this appoint
ment Air. Sullivan was auditor of tho
saipo road. '
' Now is the time to see about thoso
stove repairs. See P. AI. AIcGovern
for stove repairs of nil kinds. Stoves
cleaned and set up. 1005 Locust St.
Phone Black 390. G5-8
A,t tho home of Air. and Airs. C.
W. Baskins Wednesday evening a
reception to Air. and Airs. Geo.
Baskins wns hold. Twenty-five neigh
bors nnd friends attended nnd joined in
wishing the guests of honor success in
their new home in Pennsylvania. Air.
Baskins was presented with a beautiful
silk umbrella, gold mounted, and Mrsj.
.Bnskins received a set of hand painted
plates. Dainty refreshments wore
servid aftor an evening spent in music
F(or all acute or chronic diseases, the
indicated Homeopathic remedy always
the, safest, quickest and best.
l'WINEM'S DHUO DF.pt.
Five passenger touring enr, wheelbase 105 inches,
wheels 32x3J, demountable lima, 28 horsepower engine
With overhead valves, Delco eleotlic lights, all live
lamps, Delco electric starter, positively connectively
connected to tho flywheel at all times by steel gears,
Deep upholstering, spring and air cushions, loft hand
drive, center control, cano handle genr shift convien
iently located, two powerful brakes on the rear wheels
wider and longer springs than over used before on
corresponding models, .the finest kind of an oiling
system with sight feed glass on dash so you cen read
ily tell how much cylinder oil is on hand. All doors
open full width of opening. Storage battery not
carried on-running board, but is built into tho framo of
the car,' u very substantial arrnpgement. Car is
equipped with an automntie float feed carburetor of
greatefficiency, requiring' tho minimum of adjustment
to meet weather changes. The Dulco spark takes the
place of tho magneto and electrical troublo is done
awny with and every corresponding part simplified.
Option of Colors: Uuiek wine, Bulck grey or blue
black. Price F. 0. H. North Platto, 115.00.
J. S. DAVIS AUTO CO.
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Local and Personal
Fred Rector loft a few days ago for
Jennings to spend several days on busi
ness. Atmai TJtfrtoetMtUrt' tirill InntfA tnn laffnt
part of this week for Lincoln to attend
II II! BlUllj UIllVLTBIiy.
A baby boy was born Wednesday to
Air. and Airs. Peter Barr of South
Chestnut street. "
The next meeting of the Lutheran
Brotherhood will bo held October 13th,
at the home of August Splinter.
Oliver Carroll has been off duty at
the Howe & Malonoy furniture store
for some time on account of an attack
Airs. F. J. Wurtelo and daughter
Beverly left yesterday afternoon for
Denver to spend two weeks with
Aliss Hazel Nichols, left yesterday
afternoon for Grand Island to visit her
sister for a week, after which she will
go to Tacoma, Wash., to make her
Frank Parton, of this city, was mar
ried Wednesday at Hastings to Aliss
Frances Teller, of that city. They are
expected to return here this week and
have rented a house In the Banks addi
tion. Before investing, sec what I am of
fering in west end lots.
0. H. Thoelecke
Notice for Bids.
Notice Is horeby given that the Board
of Directors of tho Platte Valley Irriga
tion District will receive sealed bids
for the construction of concrete founda
tions and floors for ten steel bridges nnd
for tho construction of twelve concrete
checks and drops combined, also one
concrete arch. Work must be com
menced on or before October 15th, 1913.
Bids must be based upon the specifica
tions on file covering this work and
shall be mada on regular bidding blanks
furnished by I E. Ware, Secretary, at
Hershey, Neb. All bids must be in the
office of the Secretary by 10 o'clock, a.
m., October 7th, 1913, when same will
The board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
I. E. Wake,
GG-G Sec. Platte Valley Irr. Dist.
Oldest Bank iri Lincoln County
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
We Solicit Your Buslnsss.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS.
Notice is hereby giving that no hunt
ing or treasspassing will be allowed on
tho lunds of the undersigned who reside
and West of North Platte.
Violations of this notice will be prose
cuted to the full oxtent of the law.
E. A. Roberts,
G. T. Knotts.
C. S. Bethell,
A. W. Tool.
O. L Watkins,
J. A. Kunklc,
' D. V. Kunklo,
L, L. Rowely,
, Roy Alelton,
J. K. Crow,
F L. Weinburg,
S. D. Goldsmith
D. A. Voss,
F. W. Collins
C. R. Osgood,
G. W. Rus3
J . Howard, '
W. E. Alestcr,
C. F. Zimmerman
W. E. Collins,
G. W. Fdis,
J. S. Hardin,
H. AI. Hershey
Wanted To Buy Cnlvei.
GO to 100 head first class, large spring
calves Uniform In color and size.
In tho District Court of the United
States for the District of Nobrasca,
North Platto Division
The United States of America
for the use and benefit of Ed-
ward Walker, Derreberry & I
Forbes.a co-partnership com- I
posed of Samuel Ri Derrybor
ry and Milton J. Forbes, the
W. W. Birtre Company. John
W. LeAIasters, parties per- i
forming labor and furnishing I
materinl in the erection of tho I
Post Office and Court House ORDER
building in North Platte, Ne-1
braskn, and all other persons I
Gonoral Construction Com-1
nanv. of Alilwaukee. Wiscon- I
sin, and Massachusetts Bond-1
ing and Insurance Company.
And now upon this 2nd day of Sep
tember, 1913, the above cause camo on
for hearing to the court upon the
known and unknown creditors of the
General Construction Company, who
furnished labor or material in the erec
tion and building of the court house and
postoffice in the city of North Platte,
Lincoln county, Nebraska.
And It is appearing from the affidavit
of Albert Aluldoon, one of the attorneys
for plaintiffs in said action that Lvi
R. Duke and Phillip O. Deats doing
business under the firm name and style
of Duko & Deats at 508 Dewey street in
the city of North Platte. Lincoln coun
ty, Nebraska, are creditors of the
defendant, General Construction Co.. for
labor and materinl furnished it, is
hereby ordered that Levi R. Duke and
Phillip O. Deats and all other persons
performing any labor or furnishing any
material used in the erection and build
ing of the postoffice and court house in
the city of North Platte, Nebraska,
are hereby notified to intervene in tho
above entitled action and set up their
account or claim for labor done or ma
terial furnished on or before the 17th
day of February, 1914. And it is
further ordered that thejv and each of
them, be so notified by delivering to
each of the said Levi R. Duke and
Phillip O. Deats a true and correct copy
of this order on or before November
And further that tho unknown credi
tors of the said General Construction
Company be notified by publication of
this onler in the North Platto Tribune
for three successive weeks, the last
issue thereof to be published in said
paper not later than the 17th day of
November, 1913. And it is further
ordered that if the said Levi R. Duke,-
Phillips O. Deats or any other of the
creditors of the said General Construc
tion Company, the defendant in the
above entitled action, fail to so inter
vene nnd file their claim within the
time herein limited that thev, and each
of them, be forever barrd from so
Dated this 2nd day of September,
sG-3 W. II. AIUNGER,
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, Aliner Ilinman of North Platte,
Nebraska, will offer for sole at public
auction at the Hinmari Garage situate
on Dewey and 5th streets in the City of
North Platto, Lincoln county, Nebras
ka, at the Dewey street entrance, on
the 25lh day of September, 1913. at tho
hour of 3 p. m. the following described
personal property, to-wit:
One model 10 Bulck manufacture,
Said sale to keep open for the period
of one hour, and which said described
Eroperty will be sold to the highest and
est bidder for cash for the satisfac
tion of an artisan's lien for thr sum of
$149.95 together with tho interest there
on at the rate of 7 per cent per annum
from the 18th day ot August, luu, tor
alteration and repairs made upon said
described property by said Aliner Ilin
man at tho request and for the benefit
of G. Alalm, 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 was filed in the office
of the County Clerk of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, on August 18th, 1913, by
said Aliner Ilinman in acconnt with
said'G. Alalm, debtor, and which said
lion and the work and repairs furnished
which constitute same, were furnished
for a period beginning January 25,
1913, and ending August 3, 1913.
Dated at North Platte, Nebraska,
September 2, 1913.
By E. II. Evans, his attorney.
To be published in trfe Tribune Sep
tember 2, 4, 9. 12, 10, 19 and 23.
Notico Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned, Aliner Ilinman of North
Plntte, Nebraska, will offer for sale at
public auction at the Ilinman garage,
situate on Dewey and 5th streets in the
City of North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nobraska, at tha Dewey street en
tranco, on the 24th day of September,
1913, at tho hour of 2p. m., the follow
ing described porsonal property, to-wit:
One model F, Buick manufacture,
Said sale to keep open for thu period
of one hour nnd which said described
Croperty will be sold to the highest and
est biddor for cash, f r the satisfac
tion of an artisan's lien for the sum of
89.70, together with the interest there
on at the rate ot 7 per cent por unnum
from tho 18th day of August, 1913, for I
alteration and repairs made upon said
described property by said Aliner Ilin
man at the request and for the benefit
of George Case, tho owner thereof;
anil that a verified statement and de
scription of the work done and material
furnished, a description of tho said de
scribed property was filed in tho office
of the C ounty Clork of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, on August 18th. 1913, by
said Aliner Hinmnn In account with
said George Case, debtor, and which
said lien and the work and repairs fur
nished which constitute same were fur
nished for a period beginning April 21,
1913, nnd ending July 8, 1913.
uateu at Worth nntte, jseptemner
By E. II. Evans, his attorney.
To be published in the Tribune, Sep
temper 2, 6, 9, 12, 10, 19 and 23.
Di Idfield edfield
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILLIS J. ItEDFlELD, Surgeon.
JOE II. REDFIELD. I'hyslclan.
Physicians & .Surgeons
. Hospital ' . . "
North Platto has two attractions it
Eretty women and the cigars made by
chmalzried. Both attractions are
pleasing; and both are in demand.
Perhaps you have not been smoking
Schmnlzried cigars and don't know how
good they are; if so, try them. You
will not be disappointed.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
The Maker of Good Cigars.
In tho County Court of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, Atiir. 26th. 1913.
In the matter of tho estate of Catherine Mc
Notice is hereby piven, that Uio creditors of said
deceased will meet the Executors of said
estate, before the Co ,r.t. 'udKC of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, at the i i"i ' . court room, In said
county, on tho 3flt '. cf Sept. 1913, nnd on
tho 30th day of Jlar., 1- J, 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, nnd one year for the Executors to
settle said estate, from the 26th day of Auk. 1913.
A copy of this order to be published In the
North Platto Tribune, a lecral semi-weekly news
paper printed in said county for four successlv
weeks prior to Sept. 30th. 1913.
s2-l JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
ORDER OP HEARING ON PETITION FOR
APPOINTMENT OP ADMINISTRATOR.
The State of Nebraska, 'Lincoln county, ss.
In tho County Court.
In the Matter of the Estato of Mary
On reading nnd filimr the petition of Dredrlck
Buchholz praying that administration of said
estate may be granted to August Itamcr as ad
ministrator. Ordered, That Sept. 23rd, 1913, at 0 o'clock a.
m. Is assigned for hearing said petition when nil
persons interested in said matter may appear at a
county court to bo held in and for said county and
show cause why the prayer of petitioner should
not bo grunted; and that notice of the pendency
of said petition and the hearing thereof 1)3 given
to all persons interested in said matter by pub
lishing a copy of this order in the North Piatte
Tribune a semt-weekly newspaper printed in said
county, for three successive weeks, prior to said
day of hearing.
Dated August 27th, 1913.
s2-3 County Judge'
By virtue of nn order of sale issued from tho
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
upon a decree of foreclosure rendered in tnid
court wherein Knox and Walters a co-partnership
is plaintiff, and E. Rime are defendants,
and to mo directed, I will on tho 16th day of
October 1913, at 2 o'clock, p. m at thu cast front
door of the court house in North Platte, Lincoln
county, Nebraska, Bell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash to satisfy said
decree, interest and costs, tho following
described property to-wit: Northeast quarter
(NEb) of section two (2) township fifteen (15)
range thirty (30) west ot tho bth 1. M in Lincoln
Dated North Platte, Neb., September Cth, 1913.
s-95 A. J. Sausbury, Sheriff.
To Albert W
Kilmer and Jennie
Kilmer, his wife.
You and each of you will take' notice
that the Bank of Stapleton, of Staple
ton, Nebr., as plaintiff, has filed its
certain petition in the District Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska, in which
you and each of you are named ns 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
estato situate In L.incoin County, Ne
braska, to-wit: Tho southeast quarter
(sej) and the southeast quarter (sej) of
the southwest quarter (swi) of section
thirty-two (32), township sixteen (16),
north of range twenty-six (2G), west of
the 0th P. AI. and which said mortgage
was given to secure the payment of
that certain promissory note mnde
and executed by you for the principal
sum of $315.00. And said foreclosure
is had for said principal sum together
with interest thereon at the rate of ten
per cent per annum from September 5,
1912. You and each of you will make
answer to said petition on or before
October 13, 1913, or tho allegations
thereof will betaken a,3 true anddecree
Dated at North Platte, this 2nd day
of September, 1913.
by E. H. Evans,
s2-4 its attorney.
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County.
Tq all persons interested in the es
tate of Susan Pickett, deceased.
- Whecpas, there has been admitted to
probate in the county court of said
county, an instrument purported to be
the last will and testament of Susan
Pickott, late of said county, deceased;
and John J. Halligan has filed his peti
tion herein, praying for tho issuing of
letters testamentary, 1 have, therefore,
appointed 23rd day of September at 9
o clock in the forenoon at tho county
court room in said county, as the time
and place for hearing upon said peti
tion. At which time nnd place, you
and nil concerned may appear and con
test the nllowing of the same. It is fur
ther ordered that said petitioner give
notice to all persons interested in said
estate, of the pendency of this petition.
I nnd the time and place set for tho
healing of tho same by causing a copy
of this notico to bo published in the
Nort! Platte Tribune a semi-woekly
newspaper of the county for three suc
cessive weeks previous to tho day set
In wltnesss whereof, I hnvo hereunto
sot my hand nnd senl this 30th day of
August, 1913. . - Jon.N.GRANT,
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