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till AMI LUUMI NEWS
George Wolnbarg will visit friends I
In Lodge Polo Sunday.
Tho Robekah lodge will hold a ken
slngton nt the hall this afternoon.
Attorney W. V. Iloagland transacted
logal buslnes In Kimball Wodnosduy.
Mrs. W. T. Orcon, who had been In
quarantine for small-pox, has beou
Mrs. Henry Uoylo will go to Kear
ney this week to visit her parents for
Doll Huntington came down tho ear
ly part of tho week from Ills ranch to
visit his family.
Miss Nell llaninu, of The Leader, Is
taking a vacation nnd will spend the
time at Hastings.
Gordon Love who has ben visiting
frlonds in Omaha for ten days will re
Frank Herrod came down from
Ogalalla the early part of tho week to
visit his mother.
Mrs. Joseph Murphy loft Tuesday ev
ening for Omaha where she will visit
friends for a week.
Pat McKough returned Tuosday ev
ening from Omaha where he spent a
weok visiting friends.
Fred Elliott returned Tuosday even
ing from Omaha wliero ho had been
visiting his son Fred.
Tho Crowe orchestra will play for
a dance in Hershoy tills evening and
at Paxtpn tomorrow night.
Mis Maudo Miller will soon leave
for Chappcll where she will spend her
vacation with her mother.
Mrs. Will Breternltz returned to
Sidney Wednesday after a week's stay
at tho Chas. Breternltz home.
Miss Mario VonGoetz loft a few days
ago for a visit at points in Louisiana,
where she will Bpcnd several weeks
Mrs. 0. It. Handley, of Kansas City,
arrived yesterday for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. VonGoetz.
Mrs. C. It. Morey left Wednesday
morning for California where Bhe will
visit relatives for a couple of months.
After visiting relatives In town for
ten days, Will nnd Rob Finney have
returned to their homos in Evanston.
Miss Kathleen Flynn had as her
guests tills week Miss Josephine Mc
Glnley and Mrs. Jnck Deal, of Ogal
alla. Milton Doolittlo left Wednesday for
Los Angeles where he will spend sev-
crul months for the benefit of his
Miss Jessie Babbitt expects to leave
the latter part of this month for Se
attle where she will visit her brother
J. C. Gale, assistant special agent
of tho Union Pacific, came up from
Omaha Wednesday to look after com
Lemuel Toolo returned Wednesday
from Stromsborg where he spent n
weok. Mrs. Toole will remain there
a month longer.
Misses Fom and Zoo Watts, who aro
attending the Kearney normal, were
visiting relatives In town the early
part of tho week.
Miss Marguerite Roddy expects to
leave tho luttcr part of tills month for
Slbloy, In., whore she will spend sev
eral weeks witli her cousins.
For tho second time tho James Ail
ams homo on west Sixth street has
boon quarantined for small pox, ono of
tho llttlo girls being tho victim.
Miss Irma Frederic! will leave Sun
day for Lodge Pole whero slio will
moot her sister and tho two will take
a two weeks auto trip to points In
Word comes from tho Barber and
Drost families, who aro touring west
ern points in tholr cars, that they are
now camping out nt Ogden and thor
oughly enjoying their trip.
Lost On July 5th, between North
Plutto and Experimental Station, a
gold watch with "N" fob attached.
Finder please return to tills office and
A. H. Becker, who has been employ
ed hero as' tolegraph operator for sev
oral months, has been appointed sta
tion agent nt Sutherland and will soon
leave to ncept tho position.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McEvoy have re
turned from Trinidad, Col., whore they
wont hoping a eliango of climate would
provo beneficial to Mr. McEvoy's phys
ical condition, but the altitude proved
too high and they wore compelled to
Lost On tho black and white polo
routo between Arnold and North Platto
a new IlOX-JMs autoinobllo tire. Finder
rotum to this ofllco and recelvo re
ward of $10.00.
Mrs. Jas. H. Fonda and daughter
Miss Blanclio returned Tuesday even
ing from a protracted visit In Iowa,
Wisconsin and Illnois. They uttended
tho graduation of Everett Fonda from
the University of Illlnols.hls degree
being of dontul surgery.
Mutual Building & Loan Association
ol North Platte, Nebraska.
Have plenty of money on hands to close loans
Will loan on North Platte City property for
building purposes or to assist its members in buy
ing homes or paying off mortgages. The monthly
payments on $1000.00 loan are on principal $5.00
and interest $6.00 or $11.00 in all and on other
sums in proportion.
Borrowers in this association can pay their
loans off with a saving of 25 to 30 per cent over
any competing association.
Mrs, Clair Bacon was taken ill this
week with typhoid fever.
Attorney J. G. Beeler wont to Lex
ington Wednesday to argue a case.
Charles Maupln rnturnod Wednesday
morning from a week's stay In Omaha.
WJlbor Green will return Sunday
evening from a ten days' visit with rel
atives in Omaha.
.Innk Encmnn rntnrnnd Wndnesdnv
,.fst...nn.t -... n..tn1in loltn... 1m .tint '
illiciliuuii iiuiii vyiumi.i wuuiu nu tinn
ed since last Friday.
Pat Haggerty expects to leave July
lfith for Denver to visit his parents
for a couple of woks.
W. T. Green returned Wednesday
from Omaha where he spont the great
er part of last week.
Mrs. Fryo, of tho Fourtli ward, who
has been 111 for three months, Is re
ported to be Improving.
Tho total amount pledged to date
by the Lutherans toward their new
church building Is $1G,350.
I. P. Black, of the Western Union
office, lias gone to Omaha to spend a
week or longer with friends.
John O. Ross, of Lewellen, has re
turned home. Wlillo here he was tho
guest of his friend Charles Strauss.
Mrs. A. McLane returned to her
home in Cozad at noon Wednesday af
ter visiting her son Charles McLane
and family for some time.
After spending two weeks with Miss
Merlo Ttiornburg, Miss Ann Wetzoll
returned Tuesday to her home In Suth
erland. Officer Baker reports another case
of Binall-pox on west Tenth street,
making nineteen quarantined in the
past two weeks.
Miss Elslo Belchncr, of Amherst, ar
rived hero Tuesday evening and is
the guest of the Misses Helen and
G. W. Anderson, of Sutherland, Is
spending a few days in town. Ho has.
sow nis contectioncry business in
that) villnge to Charles Ditto and
lias not yet decided what work he will
Charles Seyferth has resigned the
position in the machine shops at Boone
Iowa, which ho hold for several years,
and Is visiting his mother while en
route to the Pacific coast where he will
Tigers Defenl lioiils.
After, a long succession of vie
lories on the diamond this season, the
Devil hall team, Joo Pizer captain,
met its flrst defeat Wednesday fore
noon at the hands of the North Side
Tigers, Raymond Johnson captain.
Tho score was live to two, the Devils
making the two runs in the ninth in
ning and thus saving a shut out. The
battery for tho Tigers was Alvln Cook
nnd Ray Johnson, for tho Devils Dnr
rell Healey and Russ Lungford. The
Devils aro ready to take tho Tigers on
again, confident that they can win the
Base Ball Dope.
At a meting held Tuesday by tho lo
cal magnates a few changes were
made In tho personnel of tho team
Jones was released as the directors
concluded that Lirby uud Artley can
do the work and a third man is not
necessary. Bauer will be placed on
second and Holllday will he given the
The diamond is being filled In and
other Improvements made so as to
have the grounds In good shape for tho
games with Central City which start
Tho Hershey team has again opened
negotiations with the Boosters anil a
gunio will probobly bo played at Her-
sney some time next wek.
Th Kearney, Bridgeport and Eutls
teams have asked for games the latter
part of this month and dates aro being
arranged to accommodate thorn.
Tho trip of one week which tho
Boosters 'hnd planned to take begin
nlng July 18th, on which they would
play Scotts Bluff. Sidney. Alliance
Bridgeport, Ognlalla and Hershey has
been postponed until next month as
games for tho trip could not ho sat
..2 Corrugated Iron Buildings which
run bo moved without being1 taken
down, at Hershcy's Opposite Tost Of
, Mrs. Elslo Lunett Fuller, dnughtcr of
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Conipton, wns born
In Lucas county, Iowa, Juno 12, 1882,
died at tho homo of her parents near
North Platto July 2d, 1915. Sho was
married to Win, A. Fuller May 27th,
1900, and to this union was born two
children, Elmer Allon Fuller nnd
Graco Elolso Fuller who aro loft to
survlvo their mother. Sho also leaves
father and mother, two sisters and
one brother to mourn her loss.
Call at ofllco of J. E. Sebastian
and reservo your booth spneo that Is
for salo In the Floral Hall which will
bo erected on tho Fair ground. Call nt
at onco and get n good location. 48-2
By LOUISE B. CUMMINGS
I wns a reader for n prominent mag
azine. Perhaps I should explain to
those who nro not familiar with edl
torlnl work that a render is one who
reads manuscripts of unknown au
thors. A manuscript Is brought In to
tho editor, who sits at a mahogany
desk and listens witli apparent intent
ucs.H to a long nccount of tho merits
of tho work submitted, smiles benign
ly on tho author and as soon as he Is
gone tosses the manuscript to tho read
er without n word.
Tho magazine I wns with being for
women, most of the renders were wom
en, I being one of tho women.
At ono tlmo when the editor wns
111 those who Insisted ou seeing tho
editor were referred to me. One of
those who left n manuscript with me
was u innii who seemed to mo to be
of Htich caliber that either ho should
bo n successful writer or should not
bo a writer at all. But successful
writers were not used to asking us to
pubjlsh their works; wo asked them to
do us the honor to permit us to pub
lish them. I wns certainly impressed
with Mr. Horatio Beurdsley thennuie
on tho title page of his story nnd
promised him that I would give his
story n careful reading.
I did most of my work nt home and
took Mr. Benrdsley'a story, called "A
Fool For His Pains," there to read It.
But a great many mnnuscrlpts were
crowding upon us nt tho time, and we
were especially successful In getting
recognized literary lights In tho liter
ary world to give us their works for
publication. Tho consequence wns that
I omitted to read "A Fool For His
Pallia" for some time.
One day I looked In my closet for
the manuscript, whero I had left It,
uud did not find it there. I asked my
mother what had become of It and
learned that she hnd burned an accu
mulation of pasteboard boxes recently.
The manuscript was In n pasteboard
box, and it was apparent to me Unit
It hnd gone up in smoke.
I wns terror stricken. If through my
carelessness n manuscript committed
to my caro were destroyed and there
was no other copy in existence I would
not only suffer a terrible mortification,
but would lose my position, ou which
I was dependent for a living for both
my mother and myself.
When I went again to tho ofllco of
tho magazine a letter from Horatio
Beardsley was banded me, stating that
he had made arrangements for the pub
Mention of "A Fool For Ills Pains"
nnd nsklng them to return the mnnu
script I said nothing nt tho ofllco
about Its destruction, for I hnd not
sulllelently recovered from tho shock
to make up my mind what to do or say
In tho matter. I wont homo nnd tried to
think out n way by which I might save
myself from tho loss of my position
though there was no possible way of
escaping the mortification to which I
would bo subjected.
What I decided upon was this: I
wroto a note to Mr. Beardsley, con
fesslng thnt his manuscript had been
burned and asking him if ho had an
other copy nnd begging him for Uio
present to any nothing about the mat
ter. My note brought him to see me
at my home, and it wns plain thnt ho
wns much chagrined nt tho loss of his
manuscript. I told him I could raise
$50, which 1 knew wns moro than any
author unknown to tho public could
get for n story of tho snnio length ns
tho ono ho hnd submitted, no looked
up nt mo with a curious expression
when I said this, but mndo no reply,
Ho left me, saying thnt ho would think
over whnt wns best to do, but In tho
meanwhllo I need give myself no un
easiness concerning It This was very
good of him, nnd I felt very grateful,
A few days Inter I received a note
from him saying thnt ho had decided
to rewrito tho lost story. Work ho did
over a second tlmo was always better
than ids first effort If I could sparo
tho tlmo to become his nninnuensls for
tho work ho would not only oxcuso mo
for tho destruction of the original man
uscript, but if ho received a higher
price for the second draft than ho had
been offered for tho first ho would
dlvli'v tho excess with me.
I wfts only too glad to escape with
this penalty nnd accepted tlio propo
sition except ns to any pecuniary inter
est In what be received for his story
I gnvo him a couple of hours every
working day for n month, nt tho end
of which tlmo tho story was finished,
In tho courso of another week I re
colved a note from tho iiuthor contain
ing a check for $250, which ho snld
was my share of tho excess over what
ho had boon offered for tho first draft
of his story. And what was my con
sternntlon to see In his Blgnnturo Uio
Uiuno of ono of tho most gifted writ
ra beforo tho public.
IIo had made a bet with n friend
thnt ho would submit a story to our
magazine under an nssumed name and
nothing would como of it Something
more than ho expected did como of It
hU story was burned. Tlmo showed
why ho treated mo so nicely. It seems
that ho had taken tho same fancy to
mo Uint I had taken to him. Thnt is
why ho wished mo for his iimanuonsls,
IIo desired to bo with me, to becomo
acquainted with me, nnd ns It turned
out ho wns afforded an opportunity to
make lovo to mo. I havo been his wlfo
several yenrs and havo not yot heard
tho last of tho burning of his produc
tlon. Indeed, I nover expect to hear
tho last of it What troubled mo nt
tho tlmo was that I could not tell n
gifted writer from a common scribbler,
i i i
. . It 1
docsti t make
both ends meet.
A better ivay is to
burn our reliable, high
grade coaL It burns
up, giving greatest amount
of heat with smallest
of ashes. We absolutely give
full, honest weight.
is backed by our success in this com
munity. Let us do
not onlv now. but
THE HOME OF GOOD LUMBER. PHONE 7
Speed of Waterfowl.
Waterfowl have great powers of
flight. The cunvusbnek duck covers
from 130 to 1C0 feet a second. Tho
blue winged teal and tho green winged
teal, the blueblll nnd tho redheads nro
only u little slower. Mallards, plntnlls,
wood . ducks, black ducks nnd others
can ensily fly faster than a mile a min
ute. Even such largo birds ns cranes,
Bwnns, pelicans nnd geese can lly nt n
speed of mor than 100 feet n second.
Tlio speed of waterfowl has often
been measured with great nccuracy.
Two men take positions on n duck pass
a measured distance apart. The first
man carries n stop watch nnd n gun.
the second n gun only. As tlio fowl
pnss the flrst blind the timer shoots in
order to frighten tho birds Into full
speed nnd stnrts his watch. As the
ducks pass the second blind the man
there fires n shot nnd the timer stops
his watch. The usual lengtli of tlio
course is n qunrter of n mile, although
a mile "track" is sometimes used.
A Lasting Window Polish.
There is nn nrt In washing windows,
nnd if they nro properly polished the
operation need not bo repeated for n
long tlmo. A really good polish will
survive several rainstorms and will
only require the dust to bo removed
occasionally with a dry cloth. Tho In
side of the windows should be washed
with tepid water, without soap or pow
der of any kind, rubbed dry with cha
mois nnd polished with cheesecloth. A
solution for cleaning the outside should
be made from one ounce of pulverized
whiting, one ounce of grain alcohol,
one of liquid nmmonln nnd a pint of
water. Spray tlio window with clear
water to remove surfaco dirt nnd np
ply the solution with a soft cloth. Let
this dry on. Afterward polish with
cheesecloth or tissue paper. If the
glass has been badly scratched n filling
may bo applied. This consists of an
ounce of white wax dissolved in tur
pentine. It should bo npplled beforo
tho polishing. Wnshlngton Star.
Thero are many different kinds of
questions, but roughly spenking, they
all may be included in the following
three divisions; first, those which can
bo answered; second, those which may
be nnswered; third, those which should
not be answered. Illustrating the flrst
division are those questions which oth
ers never ask of you and those which
you never care to hear others answer;
tlie second Includes questions which
lire pointed, privute, public, perplexing
nnd political; in fact, any questions
which simpletons assert cannot be au
swered; tho third division, questions
which should not be nnswered, Includes
what? Well, thnt is a question which
should not be asked.
Some people ask questions becauso
they wish to know more; some nsk
them because they desire to show what
they already know, and some nsk them
because they want to show what others
do not know. Life.
V. J. 1HENEU & CO.
Ileal Estate nnd Insurance
Como and see us for town lota In
different parts of the city. Good In
vestments on easy terms. Houses for
salo and rent. Wo havo also good bar
gains In farms and ranches.
Cor. Front and Dewey Sta.. upstairs.
By virtue of nn order of salo lssi d
from tho district court of Llucom
County, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered In said Oourt
wherein Salmon C. Stewart is plain
tiff and Gcorgo Edolmnn mid Lytlia
Edolman nro defendants, and to me
directed, I will on tho 17th day "l
July, 1915, at 2 o'clock p. m., at t e
cast front door of tho Court House rr
North Platto, Lincoln County. Ncbras
ka, sell at Public Auction to tho high
est bidder for cash, to satisfy said do
creo, interest and costs, tho following
described proporty, to-wlt:
Northwest Qunrter (NW) of Sec
tion Eleven (11) nnd tho Southwest
Quarter of tho Southwest Quartor
(SWVi of SWii) of Section Two (2)
all In Townslilp Nino (9) Range
Twenty-eight (28) Lincoln County,
Dated North Platto, Neb., Juno 12,
V15-5 A. J. SALISBURY, Sheriff.
tor years to come.
AND COAL CO. '
J. U. REDFIELD.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
HYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs. Redfleld & Redfleld
Office Phone 642 Res. Phone 67G
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D
Physician nnd Surgeon
Office B. & L. Building, Second Floor.
Phone, Offlce, 83; Residence 38.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Gynecology
Obstetrics and Children s Diseases.
Ofllco McDonald State Bank Building
Corner Sixth and Dewey Streets.
Phones, Ofllco 183, Residence 283
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention given to Surgery
Office: Building and Loan Building
p, . i Office 130
Phones Residence 115
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
DERRYBERRY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day Phono 234.
Night Phono Black 588.
Hospital Phone Black 633.
House Phono Black G33.
IV. T. PRITCIIARI),
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218 south Locust St,
one-half block southwest of the
II. II. LAND GRAF
Fainter, Paperhanger and
Phono Blnck 570.
n in a
B I A nnrsj n. -mr .J n. 4-4-
Bought and highest market
Residence Red 636 Office 459
C. H. WALTERS.
And a good cigar means ono made
at tho Schmnlzrlcd factory. Our rep
utation as a maker o fgood cigars In
North Platto extends back thirty years.
If wo did not mako good cigars we
would havo been forced to closo the
factory years ago. If you have not
been smoking Schmalzrled's Cigars It
Is not too Into to begin.
J. F. Schmalzried.
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1008 West Fourth St.
JJIRS. 31. HALL,
Graduate Nurses In Attendance
JOHN S. TWINEM,
Physician and Surgeon.
Order of Hearing1 on Original Probata
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County, ss.
In the County Court, June 1G, 1915.
In tho Matter of tlte Estate of Agnetha
On rending and filing the petition
or Rasmus Hansen, praying that tho
Instrument, filed on the 16th day of
Juno 1915, and purporting to be tho
last Will and Testament of the said do
ceased, may be proved, approved, pro
bated, allowed and recorded as tho
last Will and Testament of said
Agnetha Hansen, deceased, and that
tho execution of said Instrument may
lio committed and the administration
of said Estate may be granted to Anna
M. Hansen as Executrix.
Ordered, That July 16. 1915. at 2
o'clock p. m. is assigned for hearing
said petition, when all persons In
terested in sam matter may appear at
a County Court to be held in nnd for
said County and show cause why tho
prayer of petitioner should be granted.
That a copy of this order be pub-
usneu in tuo North Platte Tribune, n
semi-weekly newspaper published In
said county, for three successive
weeks prior to said hearing.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
J22-3 County Judge.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
from the District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered In said Court
wherein Tlllle S. Blankenburg is plain
tiff, and Mary Becker, ct. al. are de
fendants, aud to me directed, I will on
the 10th day of July, 1915, at 2 o'clock
p. m., at the east front door of tho
court house In North Platte, Nebraska,
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree,
Interest and costs, the following de
scribed property, to-wlt:
South half (S&) of Northwest
quarter (NW 14), Southwest quarter
of Northeast quarter (SW4 of NE'4)
and Northwest quarter of Southwest
quarter (NW of SWVi) of Section
Twenty-four (24), Township Sixteen
(1G), Range Thirty-three (33), west of
the sixth principal meridian, Lincoln
Dated at North Platte, Nebraska,
June 5th, 1915. ,
J8-5 A. J. SALISBURY,
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry
In the County Court of Lincoln Coun
ty, Nebraska, June 18, 1915.
Notice Is hereby given, that the cred
itors of said deceased will meet the ex
ecutrix of said Estate, before the Coun
ty Judge of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
at the County Court Room, In said
County, on the 20th day of July, 1915,
and on the 20th day of January, 191G,
at 9 o'clock a. m. each day for the pur
pose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allow
ance. Six months are allowed for
July 20, 1915, and one year for the Ex
July 20, 1915, and one year fo rthe Ex
ecutrix to settle said estate from tho
ISth day of June, 1915.
This notice will be published in tho
North Platte Tribune, a semi-weekly
newspaper printed In said county, for
four weeks successively, proceeding
July 20th, 1915.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
j22-4w County Judge.
Order of Hcnrliii; on Petition for Ap
pointment of Administrator or
The State of Nebraska, Lincoln Coun
In the County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Wil
liam Sleboki. Deceased.
On reading and flUnp the petition of
Julia M. Slebold praylngr that Adminis
tration of said estate may be granted
to her as administratrix.
Ordered. That July 22, A. D. 1915, at
2 o'clock P. M. Is assigned for hearlntr
said petition when alt persons Inter
ested In said matter may appear at a
County Court to be held in and for said
County ,and show cause why the 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 thlB
order in tho North Platte Tribune a
semi-weekly newspaper printed In said
County for 3 successive weeks prior
to said day of hearing.
Dated Juno 20th 1915.
GEO. E. FRENCH
J29-3w County Judge.
To every person in actual possession
or occupancy of tho land hereinafter
described and to Edgar A. Stebblns. in
whoso name said lands appear of record
In the county clerk's oillco of Lincoln
You and each of you will take notice
that on November 7th, 1910, L. E.
Roach purchased at public sale, certifi
cate No. 4037, at the County Treasur
er's oillco of said County, the following
described lands situate In Lincoln Coun
ty, Nebraska, to-wlt: East Half of tho
West Half (EVi of W of Section
Twenty (20). Township Nine (9), North
of Range Thirty-one (31), West of tho
fith P. M. for tho delinquent taxes for
the year 1909 assessed in the name of
Edgar A. Stebblns; and that on May 13,
1911 said L. E. Roach paid the subse
quent taxes assessed against said lands
for the year 1910, assessed in the name
of Edgar A. Stebblns; that on May 1C.
1912, said L. E. Roach paid the subse
qeut taxes assessed against said lands
for the year 1911, assessed in the name
of Edgar A. Stobbina:and that on Aug
gust 5, 1913 said L. E. Roach paid tho
subsequet taxes against said lands for
the year 1912. assessed In the name of
E. A. Stebblns; that on August 7, 1914
said L. E. Roach paid the subsequent
taxes assessed against said lands for
the year 1913. assessed in the name of
E. A. Stebblns; that on May 1. 1915 Ray
C. Laugford. assignee, paid the subse-
?uent tuxes assessed against said lands
or the year 1914, assessed in tho name
of E. A. Stebblns.
That the undersigned Ray C. Lang
ford Is tho owner of said certltlcato by
assignment and that after the expira
tion of three months from the date of
service of this notice, if said lands are
not redeemed from said tax sale, said
undersigned Ray C. Langford will ap
ply to the County Treasurer of Lin
coln County. Nebraska for deed to said
Dated June 21, 1915.
RAY C. LANGFORD.
By E. II. EVANS,
J29-3W His Attorney.
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