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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1915)
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TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1915.
Hare Wo u Jlall Team
A report having boon circulated that
North Platto possosBed a ball team, six
or eight hundred people wont down to
the ball lot Sunday afternoon and af
ter two hours' afllictlon patiently
borne, oach of the six or eight hun
dred wore ready to tar and feather and
rldo on a rail the fellow or fellows
who circulated the report. Candor
compels us to admit that Judging by
Sunday's game, North Platte doe not
ponspiii a lxi II team. It hag aomo fel
lows who essayed to play, but what
they really accomplished was an, exhi
bition that would bo highly uncompli
mentary" to a team composed of ojghth
grado school boys. It was a comedy of
errors, of bonohead plays, a Ustloss,
Innctlvo waiting for the ball to come
to them, nnd" when It did come, thoy
politely declined to stop It, or If It
camo squarely Into their hands thoy
took apparent pleasuro In dropping It.
They woro about as actlvo In mooting
the plays as you would expoct of
Schmnlzrled's femalo Indian.
Tho Ogalalla players the opposing
toam- batted Pitcher Luby all over
tho lot; they outplayed tho, local team
at every point; outclassed them In
team work and It was probably only
through tholr charitableness that they
didn't romp around the diamond twen
ty times Instond of nine or ten times.
Some aro sulllclently charitable
enough to say that Sunday was an "off
day" for tho team "off" Is certainly
riglit wo regret that wo cannot take
tho samo view. Constant practice
might mako some ' difference with
some fit tho players tho others are
Tho prlmo reason North Platto does
not havo a ball team Is because of tho
ponurlousncss of Its peoplo tholr
sporting blood Is of that rich nature
found in a turnip An attempt has
been mado to sell 1,000 season tickets
at tho smal sum of $2 each. Have
tho 1,000 been sold? Well ono of tho
bnst hustlors In town has dovotcd day
after day to tlu work and has dis
posed of 350. More money for base
ball can bo raised in Maywood a vll
lago of 200 or In Ogalalla a town
of 800 in two hours than can bo ex
tracted from the, peoplo of North
Platto In thirty days, and yet wo got
chesty and say wo aro a llvo town
and lovo clean sport. Wo aro about
as sporty as an old maid who has yet
to navo nor nrst beau.
It takes money to run a ball team, a
team Hint is creditable to North Platto,
and all will admit that a weak team Is
u greater afllictlon than a run of small
pox. It Is evident that tho effort to
provide funds by soiling season tickets
is falling flat, and that If wo aro to
havo a creditablo team other means to
provido funds must be employed. ,To
this end Tho Trlbuno wants to bo one
of 100 to give ?25 each 16 thoro aro
not 100 who will do this, mako tho
number fifty and play ball as long as
tho funds last even if it is only a
few weoks. There nro times when a
"knock" is n "boost" 4hoso lines are
written as a boost for bettor ball.
The Little (Jrecn Tout.
Apropos of tho day set apart for
commemorating tho dead soldiers 'of
tho Union army of the great civil war,
the :10th of this month, Is tho following
by Walt Mason, being ono of tho fin
est gems ho ever penned:
"The little grpen tents whoro tho
soldiers sleep, and tho sunbeams play
und tho women weep aro covered with
flowers today; and between tho tents
walk tho weary few who woro young
and stalwart in sixty-two, when they
went, to war away. Tho llttlu green
tents aro built of sod, and they are not
long nnd thoy are not broad, hut tho
soldiers havo lots of room; and tho
sod Is part of tho land thoy saved
when tho Hag of tho enemy darkly
waved, tho symbol of dole and doom.
Tho llttlo green lent 1b a tiling di
vine; tho llttlo green tent is tho coun
try's Hhrlno whoro patriots kneel and
pray; and tho bravo men left, so old. so
few, wero young and stalwart in sixty-two,
when thoy wont to war away."
fount) nnd Neighborhood Niims
llov. L. J. Powell, a former pastor
oi me Lutheran oiiureh at Sutherland.
was married at West Point, Nob., laBt
i nursuay to Miss Eat hor Sc ho bo.
Robert 13. Dean, at one time a resi
dent of North Platto, died at Staple
ton reoontly at tho ago of sovonty-llvo
years. HJ was tho ston-fathor of Ed
Sullsbury of Stapleton.
The Loup Valloy Land Co., tho orig
inal owners of tho town site of Stnplo
ton, has convoyed practically all tho
unsold lots to tho Omaha Sato Deposit
The graduating exorcises of tho Mnx
u i ll 'high school were held last even
ing. State Supt. Thomas dollvoring tho
address. Tho gruduatos woro Lola
Huntington, Kugonot Haines and
Lightning one day last week killed
threo horses which Cliff Tool, of Mc
riiorson county, was using whllo. list
ing corn. Tool was stunned but not
A Jtnre Opportunity
Tho Mutual llullding & Loan Assoc
latlon have taken over iho two story,
nlno room frumo dwelling and comor
lot at 321 South Dowoy St. and havo
nowly decorated and painted tho, house
inside and out and havo added now
bath, toilet, lavatory, kitchen slpk,
city wntor and sowor connection and
electric lights, making It as good as
Niow and aro now offorlng it at a vory
low prlco and easy terms. For prico
and terms bog 8. Qoozeo, Secretary, or
T. C. Patterson, President.
P. II. Sullivan, T M. Cohagon, Jno.
Boycr, Fred Dlclc and Adrian Elliott,
who attended tho mtii bi-ountai scs
slon of tho grand lodgo of tho A. O,
U. W. at Lincoln last week, camo homo
Watch What Goes
Into Your TVnk
Powerful. Quick starting. Uniform.
Polarine ends carbon troubles.
Standard Oil Company
A Letter from J. (.'. Gambol.
J. u Oambel, tor twenty-live yuira
a resident of tho north part ot the
couuty, but who moved to Filer,
lduho, writes The Tribune in part as
"Wo are located in the Twin Falls
truct nine miles northwest of tho city
of Twin Falls, five miles northeast of
Filer, and a half mile south of tho
Snako river, which Is a very powerful
stream and the sourco of our Irriga
tion system. Tho groat Shoshone falls
aro llvo miles from tho city of Twin
Falls and aro a lino sight.
Thoy plungo 200 feet over great
rocks and form a rainbow In tho spray
and trilst at tho bottom. It Is connected
with tho city of Twin Falls with a
street cur line. Many tourists go out
there sight-sebing. Twin Falls has a
population of 8,000 nnd tho most of its
streets aro paved and It is only ten
years old. Isn't that pretty good?
Thoro are many places of Interest In
this valloy and ond can spend a very
pleasant trip In traveling through It,
Land ranges In price from $125 to $150
per aero aim more near town, i us, Q , t of h stalf(arll
soil Is very productive and -will raise ,, 4 .. ,
ail kinds of grain, potatoes and fruits 0,1 company at ChuppeM reports that
of all kinds, Col-U Is not raised to llist wepk he delivered on an average
any oxtont, but it can bo grown. Al- C00 gallons of gasoline to the gas
falfu and clover ure the leading hay tractor plowing outfits In his terrl
crops. Alfnlfa grows waist high and ' tory. At present the station hero is
1 ..H..W. ...til .1.. 1
ono ucro oi goou uuaua win prouueo ,
six tons of hay; it is cut three times
Dairying and tho sheep Industry aro
very profitable here. Ono very fine
feature of this country is its fruits,
Straw berries aro unusually lino here.
I would rather eat strawberries In
this valloy than light tho buffalo gnats
In tho North Platto valley.
Oats range from SO to 100 bushels
per acre, wheat from 50 to 80 bushels
per acre. And thoro hnvo been some
pieces that made from 100 to 115
bushels por acre. Tho nvorugo yield
of potatoes Is 300 sacks to the acre, n
sack hodlng about two bushels. I
saw one potato that weighed seven
pounds, of course thnt Is nn excep
tion, but thoy raise vory lino potatoes.
Thoro is very good fishing horo In
the streams If you take tho time,, to
fish. Thoro have been somo fish
caught in tho Snake river tho(t
weighed 200 pounds. I surely liko
this valley and when J settled hore I
loft the fear of' hot winds and, nail
storms, cyclones and bllzznrds behind
mo. We havo a vory flno Irrigation
system hero with ponty of wntor, but
the Inst day or two wo havo been
getting molsturo from tho clouds. In
concluding my letter I would say, any
time any of my old neighbors wish
to como out and look at the country,
I hey will ho welcome and we will
show thorn as good a time ns we
Personal and (euornl Notes
A John Hopkins doctor says thoro
Is no such thing as rheumatism. An
other venorablo weather sign Bent to
tho Junk pile.
U. L. Boddon of Seymour, Ind.. Is
dead from blood poisoning contracted
rrom UBlng a drinking cup Infected by
Tho difference between roportorlnl
fancy and tho roallty Is shown in tho
case or John Uunny, tho movlo como-
dlan. Pross ngonta Insisted ho got a
salary aa largo as tho prosldant of tho
United States. His ostato amounted to
A woman at Ashtabula, O., having
Umbered at a bargain rush, on ro
turning home thraBhcd a thlof she
found In tho parlor, rang for a hurry
wagon, nnd sat on tho victim until tho
wagon nrrlved. Ilargaln rushes aro
entitled to a high plnco In tho athletic
United States Judco Landls nut nn
other unlquo Industry out of business
last weok. Tho business consisted ot
extracting tho whisky that soaks Into
whisky barrel staves. Tho extractors
did' not pay a rovonuo tax as whisky
makors. When tho court soaked them
for tho tax tho business collapsed
Mort Smith, of Bridgeport, spent tho
lnttor part of last weok horo on bust
D. E. Morrill loft Saturday oveulug
for Omaha to transact business for
Iloost Lincoln Highway.
Delegations from every town be
tween and including Cheyenne, Wyo.,
and Big Springs, Neb., met at Sidney
Saturday night and organized the
Western Nebraska and Wyoming Lin
coln Highway association, tho Immed
iate purpose of which Is to opposo the
methods of Denver nnd Intermediate
points to divert travel from tho real
Lincoln highway In Nebraska and Wy
oming to Colorado.
Tho best way to tho coast or to Den
ver Is on tho regular Lincoln "highway
through western Nebraska and Chey
enne, the boosters declare.
The route along the South Platte val
oy to Denver, they say, is almost Im
passable during storm periods, and be
ing in tho river bottom Is affected by
seepage nnd cannot bo maintained In
good travelablo condition, whereas
tho regular Lincoln highway, along the
main lino of the Union Pacific railroad
to Cheyenne, Is one of the finest
stretches of natural roadway In tho
entlro country. Tho association Just
perfected will systematically maintain
it in excellent condition.
(i,,,lvfirin olI ..,, ... nttn nnt-
fits and there will possibly bo two
more within a short time. Oil and
gas Is also delivered to Lodge Pole, In
addition to filling local demands.
F. J. DIENEK & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance
Como and see lib for town lots in
dtfforent parts of the city. Good In
vestments on easy terms. Houses for
sale and rent. Wo have also good bar
gains In farms and ranches.
Cor. Front and Dewev Sts.. upstairs
Otlice phone 241. Res. phono 217
L. C . DROS T,
North Platto, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bnnk Building.
Is no longor nu experiment, Its prac
ticability has been proven and Is com
ing Into uso moro and more ovory day.
Our cigars havo novor been an ex
periment; they havo always been
good, thoy havo homo tho mark of
standard for ovor wonty-ilvo years
in .-sortn piattc. wo nmlto a number
ot brandB ranging In prico from 3
for 10 cents to 3 for 25 cents. Try
J. F, Schmalzried.
Weight. 1,920 pounds, ago llvo years
will stand on tho farm of Frank Strol.
berg, six miles west of town, on Sun-
days nn SIondnyB nt 10 a. m., balnncc
of the week nt North Side Uarn In
North Plntte. Fee to Insuro $1C00
Julius Mogensen, Owner
DEItllYIJEKRY & rOKBES,
Undertakers nnd Funeral Directors
Day Phone 234.
Night Phono Dlack 58S.
Hospital Phono Dlnck C33,
House Phone Black G33. ,
w. t. pitrrciiAiti),
, Graduate Vci urinaria n
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 2 18 south Locust St.,
one-half block southwest of tho
Oiih Plntte, Neb.
xotii'h to sHiiii iii:ai hstatij
Notice Is hereby given thnt In nn
action pending In the District Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska, In which
M. II. Evans, Administrator of the es
tate of I'ntrlck Ruddy, deceased, bus
applied for license to sell lands for
the payment of the debts of snld ostato
and which Bnld license bus boon duly
grunted by said Court. Tlmt on Wed
nesday, June 2, 11)15 nt the hour of 2 P.
M. said administrator will offer for
sale nt public sale ut tho enst front
door of tho Court IIouso Irr North
Platto, Lincoln county, Nebraska, to
the highest bidder or bidders for ensh
the following described lands sltuato In
the city of North Platto Lincoln county,
Nebraska, to-wlt; All of lllock 1, con
sisting or lots 1 to 12 Inclusive in tho
Huddy Addition to said city of North
Platte or so much thereof as shall bo
necessary to satisfy tho Indebtedness
against the estate of said Patrick Rud
dy deceased. Said sale to remain open
for one hour,
13. II. EVANS",
Administrator of the estate of Pat
rick Huddy, deceased. m-11-4
State of Nebraska, Llncqln County, ss
To All persons Interested In the Es
tate of Hridget A. Williamson, de
ceased: You are hereby notified that on the
5th day of May. 'IMS Talmnge White,
administrator of tho estate of Hridget
A Williamson, deceased filed In said
Court IiIb tlnal account as said admin
istrator and petition, tho objects and
prayer of which nro that n decree of
distribution mny bo made of the resl-'
duo of said estate, now In his posses
sion to, tho parties entitled by law to
receive tho same, nnd that said final
account nnd a petition for distribution
will be heard upon the 1st day of June,
1915, at the hour of 10 o'clock at tho
County Court room In tho city of North
Platte in said County, nnd you nro
horoby cited to appear nt the time anil
place designnted nnd show cause. If
such exist why such nccount bo not
It Is, therefore, ordered that the said
Talmngo White, administrator give
notice to nil persons Interested In said
yHtate by causing a copy of tills order
to be printed In the North Platte
Tribune n newspaper printed and pub
lished In said county for threo weeks
prior to the dnto set for such bearing.
Dated this 5th day of Mny, 1915.
GEORGE 13. FRENCH,
mll-3 County Judge.
Order of Hearing on 1'etlHlon for Ap
pointment ot AilnilnlNtriitor or Atl
mlHtrntrlv. State of Nebraska, Lincoln County, bs.
In the County Court.
In tho Alattor of tho Estate of Ann
Jano Harraclougb. Deceased.
On rending nnd filing the petition of
josnua narraciougn anu isuwnru iinr
raclougb praying thnt Administration
or saltt instate may oe granted to Fred
erlck Barrnclough as Administrator.
uraereu, Tiiat June 1st A. u. iuid, at
o ciock a. ai. is assiirneu ror near
lng said netltion when all ncrsons in
torosted in said matter may appenf at
n County Court to bo held in and tnr
said County, and show cause why the
prayer of petitioners should not bo
granted: nnd that notice of tho nenden
cy of said petition nnd tho hearing
tnereor uo given to nil persons inter
estcd In said matter by publishing n
copy of this order In The NortlfPlatte
Tribune, a seml-woekly newspaper
printed in sam i;nunty. ror tnree sue
cesslvo week, prior to said day of
Dated Mny lot i, 1915.
GEO. B. FRENCH.
mll-3 County Judge.
To Whom It May' Concern:
Notice Is hereby glvon that the Ma
yor and City Council will hold a spe
cial meeting at the hour of 8:00 o clock
M., (Central Time) June 8th, 1915.
In the council chamber for the pur
pose of making assssments and levy
lng taxes for the construction of side
walks built by the City along the
following described property:
Lot 4, Block 175, original town of
North Platte, walk 4 ft. wide,
130 ft. long, 544 sq. ft. at 10c
3 yards ot sand for filling at 75c 2.25
Lot 5, Block 175, original town of
North Platte, walk 4 ft. wide,
149 ft. long, 596 sq. ft. at 10c. 59.G0
7 yards of sand for filling at 75c 5.25
Block 192 of the original town of
North Platto. walk 4 ft. wide,
37 ft. long, 148vsq. ft. at 10c. 14.80
Lot 10, Block 4, Taylor's Addition
to tho City of North Platte, walk
4 ft. wide, 129 ft. long, 518
sq. ft. at 10c 51.80
Lot 10, Block 3, Taylor's Addition
to tho City of North Platto, walk
4 ft. wide, 143 ft. long, 572 sq.
ft. nt 10c 57.20
Lot S, Block 5, Pennlston's Addi
tion to the City of North Platto,
walk 4 ft. wide, 5 ft. long, 20
sq. ft. at 10c 2.00
Lot 8, Block G7, original town of
North Plntte, walk 4 ft. wide,
7 ft. long, 28 sq. ft. at 10c... 2.80
Lot G, Block S, Taylor's Addltio.n
to tho City of North Plntte,
walk 4 ft. wide, G7 ft. long, 2GS
sq. ft. nt 10c 2G.S0
Lot 1, Block 2, Taylor's Addition
to tho City or North Platto, walk
4 foot wldo, 139 feet long,55G
square feet at 10c 55. GO
Lot 10, block 1, Taylor's Additon
to tho City of North Platto, walk
4 feet wide, 9M: feet long, 38
square feet nt 10c 3.80
Lot 5, Block 10, Pennlston's Addi
tion to tho City of North Platto,
walk 4 foot wldo, 9k foot long.
3S square foot tit 10c 3.S0
Lot 4, Block 11, Ponniston's Addi
tion to tho City of North Platte,
walk 4 feet wldo, 11 feet long,
' 4 1 square feet at 10c 4.40
Lot 1, Block 35 ot tho Original
town of North Platte, walk 4
feet wide, 9V. feet long, 38 so.
feet at 10c 3.80
Lot 8, Block 35 of tho original
town ot North Platto, walk 4
foot wide. 9$ foot long, 3S squnro
feet atTOd ;' 3.80
All of tho above described property
boing in Lincoln Countv. Nebraska.
In addition to tho abovo amounts.
Intorest and advertising fe'cs will ho
All persons Interested will file tholr
objections, If any thoy havo, to tho
assessing ot taxes against tho ahovo
described property for tho abovo des-
crlbckl purpose on or beforo tho 8th
day of June, A. D. 1915 as abovo stated
C. F. TEMPLE, City Clerk.
To Whom It Mny Concern:
Notico Is hereby given that tho Mayor nnd City Council will hold a snociat
mooting nt tho hour of 8:00 o'clook P. M., (Control Tlmn) Juno 8th 1915 in
the Council Chamber for the purpose of making assessments and levying tax
erlbed property" weeds y tho clt' of Nort" I'lattq on tho following ties-
Hlook 20, Lot 8 $i nn
Illook 53, Lots 1 nnd 0 ji'no nor lot
Hlook 38, Lot 4 !! ... . ............ .. ll.oo
Hlook SJ, Lots 7 nnd 8 si'oo tier lot
Hlook Tb4, Lots 1 and 2 . . i oo or lot
SiSSS VII' S .2:.3:.:.t!,.,:l.f.::::: W !" lot
151SSS St LSt S::::::::v.:::::::::::::::!:;::;;:;ii;;ii":ili8j '
Hlook 11, Lot C Vino
mock i i, Lot c I $100
Hlook 15, Lots 4 nnd 5 ' ' .$1.00 nor lot
Hlock 1C, Lots 3, 4, 5, 0,. 7 nnd k. ). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , JlOO per lot
Hlock 1, Lots 1, 2, 1, 4 and 5 -. , si.no nor lot
Uloqk 3, Lots 7 nnd 10 i-..!"! $100 nor lot
Hlook 6, Lots 1, 2, 0, 7, S, 9 and 10.,,,. .. ii.oo her lot
Hjook b. Lots l 7, 9-nnd io ::::::..:::.::: : :i 80 per ISt '
Block 7, Lot 10 ,v , $100
. Hlook 9, Lots 1 and 2 v ' ' .'$i.'oo ner lot
Hlook 10, Lots 4, 5. 6 and 7 . 1 no ner lot
Hlook 11, Lots 1, 2 nnd 3 Ii 00 nor lot
Hlock 12, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 5, 0, 7, 8, 9 , . . !? o
NORTH PLATTE TOWN LOT COMPANY'S ADDITION
Hlock 6, Lots 4 nnd G , '. ' si 00 nnr lot
Hlock 10, Lots 7. 8, 9 and 10 i XX Ir o
"lock It loVi" !?::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: V lot
Hlook 31, L ts 7 and 8 Ji &0 Ir lot
, MILLER'S ADDITION. - 10 101
Hlock 4, Lot 5 $i on
Hlock 6, Lots 5 and C .'.'ll.OO .per lot
HINMAN'S 2ND ADDITION. , ,
Hlock 7, Lots 1 nnd C .... $i,0o por lot
Hloak 18, Lots 1, 2, 7, 8, and 9 $1,00 nor lot
. .AU of,tno abov.o described property being In North Platte, Lincoln Coun
In addition to the above amounts, Interest nnd advertising fees will be
All persons interested will file tholr objections, If any thoy have, to the
nsHcssIng Qf taxes ngnlnst tho above described property for tho above ,des
cnhed purpose on or before tho 8th day of June, A. D., 1915. as above stated.
C. P. TEMPLE, City Clerk.
1008 West Fourth St.
MKS. 31. HALL,
Graduate Nurses in Attendance
JOHN S. TWINE3r,
Physiqian and Surgeon.
DR. J. S. TWINEM, j
Physician and Surgeon. 1
Special Attention Given to Gynecology
Obstetrics and Children's Diseases, j
Office McDonald State Bank Building '
Corner Sixth and Dewey Streets.
Phones, Office 13, Residence 283- '
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention 'given to Surgery
and Qbstetrics. .i .(
Office; Building and Loan Building
Phn i Office 130 (
Phones Re!5idence 115
JOHN'S. SIMMS, M.
1 ..( . . - ff '
riiyslcliiu nnd Surgeon
vr: K I' -
Office B. & L. Building, Second Floor
Phone, Office, 83; Residence 38.
J. . ItUDFIELI),
PHYSICIAN & SUItGEON
IIYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Offlce Phone 642 Res. Phone 676
Bought und highest market
prices paid ,
Residence Red 63G Office 459
C. H. WALTERS.
To Mary E. Law, non-resident defend
You nro hereby notified that William
I.. Law did on tho 25th day of January.
191C. ulo a petition in the District
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska, the
onject anu prayer or wnicn are to De
divorced from you upon the grounds of
desertion and for such other nnd
further relief ns justice and
equity mny require: and that the
Judgo of said Court did on
April 2Gth, 191G, make an order direct
ing inui service uo nnu upun juu uy
publication as In other cases provided.
You will make answer to said peti
tion on or before tho 7th day of June,
1915. or your default will be taken and
Judgment hnd ngnlnst you as In said po
By E. H. EVANS.
n27-4w His Attorney.
NOTICE FOH l'L'llI.IOATIOX
DoiMirtiiii'iit of the Interior
U. S. Land Omco at North Platte, Nob.
March 27, 1915.
Notion Ih hnroliv irlvon that John M.
Crandell, of North Platte, Nob., who.
on January 10, 1912, made Homestead
nntrv No. 05355. for the E and NW Vi
Section 11, Township 12, N. Rnnga 31,
w. Ctn Principal aioriuian, i...-' uieu no
tice of Intention to make trial three
yonr proof, to estnbllsh cla'i to the
land abovo described, before tho Regls
tr nml nneelvor. nt Northn Platte.
Neb., on tho 21st day of May, 1915.
Claimant names as wunossca: w .
Masters, Hugh Songer, Carl Breeder,
John W. Fowler, all of North Platte,
J. E. EVANS,
Uy virtue of an ordor of salo Issued
from tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendorod in , said Court
whorln Carl Chrlstensen Is plaintiff,
nnd Charles ShtM, Mnry E. Shlll and
Kdd Shlll nro defendants, and to mo
directed, I will on tho 22nd day of May,
1915, nt 2 o'clock p. m., at tho east
front door of the Court IIouso In North
Platte, Lincoln County. Nebraska, sell
at Publlo Auction to tho highest bid
der for cash, to satisfy said decree, In
terest and costs, tho following des
cribed property, to-wlt:
Southeast quarter (SEVi) of Sec
tion oightoon (18), Towshlp nine (9),
Range thirty (30) West 0th P. M., Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte, Neb., April 16,
A J SALISBURY.
Order of Ilciirlng on Original Prulinte
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County, ss.
In tho County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of J. Dola-
van Jackson, Deceased.
On reading nnd niing the petition
of Anna E. Jackson, praying that the
Instrument, nied on the 17th day of
April, 1915, and purporting to bo the
Inst Will and Testament of the said do
ceased, may be proved, approved, pro
bated, allowed nnd recorded as the last
Will nnd Testament of the said J. Dela
vnn Jackson, deceased, and that the
execution of said Instrument may be
committed and the administration of
said estate may be granted to Anna E.
Jnckson nnd Chnrles D. Jackson ns ad
ministrators with Will annexed.
Ordered, That May 8, 1915. at 9
o'clock a. m., Is asstgnod for hearing
said petition, when all persons Inter
ested In said matter may appear at a
County Court to be hold in and for said
County, nnd show causo why the pray
er of petitioner should not be granted.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
a20-3w County Judge.
Inthe County Court of Lincoln County,
In tho Matter of the Estate of Jacob C.
To Clara J. Robblns, Agnes Amada
Huffman and Martin Federhoof, heirs at
law of Jacob C. Federhoof, deceased,
and all persons Interested In said es
tate: You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that Sophia Federhoof has tiled her
petition In this Court, the object and
prayer of which are for a decree speci
fying who nro the heirs of said Jacob
C' Federhoof, deceased, nnd their Inter
est or shares In and to Lot 2 In Block
A of North Platte Townlot Company's
Addition to North Platte, Lincoln Coun
ty, Nebraska, and the right of succes
sion thereto. All persons Interested In
such matter aro herein cited to appear
before this Court at the Court House In
the City of North Platte, Nebraska, at
2 o'clock P. M. on tho 20th day of
May, 1915, and show causo If any why
the prayer of said petitioner shall not
Witness my hand and the seal of snld
Court this 24th day of April. 1916.
(SEAL) GEO. E. FRENCH,
a27-3w County Judge.
onnijii oi' JiK.vuixf..
Tho Stnte of Nebraska, Lincoln County,
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
In the Matter of the Estate of James
M. Rannle, Deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of
James A. Rannle aid George M. Ran
nle, praying that administration of
said estate mny bo grnntcd to Anna
Rnnnlo ns ndministratri.
ORDERED, Thnt Mny 25th, A. D. 1915
at 9 o'clock A. M. Is assigned for henr
ing said petition, when all persons In
terested In said matter may appear at
n county court to be held in nnd for
said county, nnd show cause why the
prnyer of petitioners should not be
grnnted and that notico of the pendency
of said petition and the hearing thereof
be given to nil persons Interested In
said matter by publishing a copy of
this order In the North Platte Seml
Weokly Trlbuno, a semi-weekly news
paper published In said county for
three successive weeks prior to said
Dnted April 30. 1915.
.GEO. E. FRENCH, County Judge.
Notice of Sale.
Notice Is hereby given thnt whereas
default has occurred in the conditions
of a cortnin chattlo mortgage executed
by M. J. OConnoll nnd Floy E. O'Con
nell, inortgngors, to William Lyman,
mortgagee, bearing dato on the 25th
dny of Februnry, 1914, by reason of the
failure of said mortgagors to pay the
debt secured thcrby and whereas there
is now due and unpaid on said Indebt
edness to the undersigned the sum of
Four Hundred Thirty nnd GG-100
Now therefore, tho" property des
cribed In said mortgage, to-wlt, Two
brass bed, complete, ono birds eye
maple dressor, ono birds eye maple
chlffoner, two 8x10 rugs, one oak
dresser, ono oak table, ono oak rocker,
ono oak leather rocker, six dining
room chairs, two 9x12 rugs, ono daven
port, one electric lamp, one dining
room table, one sewing .machine, one
Jewel gasoline stove, ono kitchen cab
inet, ono buffet, six kitchen chairs,
two rugs 24x5, ono roll top desk,
ono flat top desk, two desk chairs,
four largo olllce chairs, ono insurance
case, one papor file, ono stand table,
one letter press nnd book, ono largo
electric fan; or so much thereof ns may
bo necessary, will bo sold pursuant to
the power of tho sale in said morttrace
contained, at public auction to the
1 i.i.-i...... i . I . i .1 r i . . i . . rfn.i
day of May, 1915, at 10 o'clock A. M.
at tho storage room of T, M. Cohagen
In the city of North Platte, Lincoln
county, Nebrnskn, to satisfy tho debt
secured by said mortgntre and costs
and expenses of these foreclosure pro
ceedings, Dated nt North Plntto, Nebraska,
this 29th day of April, 1915.
WILLIAM LYMAN, Mortgagee,
Uy Muldoon & Glbbs, His Attorneys.
XOTIfH FOH l'UIlMG.VTION
Ocpnrtnu'itt of the Interior.
U. S. Land Olllco at North Platto, Nob.
April 23, 1915.
Notico Is hereby given that Minnie
Eliza McQulre. now Secso, of North
Platto, Nebraska, who on February 8,
1912, made Homestead Entry No. 05371,
for E',6 of SEU Section 2, Township 11
N.. Range 30 W., 6th Principal Morid
lan, has filed notice of Intention to
make tlnal three year proof, , to estab
lish claim to tho land above described
before tho Register and Receiver at
North Platte, Nebraska, on the 21st day
of June, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses: gcott
Shanor, ot Maxwell, Nobr., Jonae High
bergor, of North Platte, Nebr., Andrew
Howard, of Wollfleet, Nebr., Mary Rich
ards, of North Platte, Nebr,
J. E. EVANS,
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