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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1916)
IllA L. HAKE, Editor and Publisher.
One Year by Jlull in Advance... 81.2S
Ono Year hy Carrier In Advance.. $1J0
Entered nt North I'latto, Nebraska,
PostoGlco as Second CIuhs Mutter.
TUKHDAY, MAY !, IIHfl.
AIMMTIOiNAL ATTRACTIOV 1'OJt
LINCOLN COUNTY 1'AIH.
What promises to bo a big nttrac
tlon for the Lincoln courtly fair this
fall will bo furnished by the state
college of agriculture and will bo In
the shape of two exhibit tents contain
ing information on Nebraska Agricul
ture and the work done at tho college
and the experimental station.
Each of the two exhibits will be
housed In largo canvas tents about
30x40 feet iu size. The displays In
side will bo enclosed in largo glass
cases containing information concern
ing practically every phase of agricul
ture taught at tho college.
Tho date of tho fair is September
2Gth to 30th.
SIONKY K MICTION CASK TO
1K HI2ARI) HKRi: TOMORROW
Tho Sidney Telegraph says:
Tho retiring village trustees of Sid
ney have been served individually
with notico that nn application for
a writ of mandamus lias boon mado
to the district court to compel them
to reconvene as a canvassing board to
recanvnss tho returns of tho last vil
lage election upon the question of
llcenso or no license. The day for
hearing has been set for May 11th at
North Platte. It will bo rcmomborcd
that the village trustees met In special
session on tho evening of April 17th
and roported that there was a tlo voto
between tho wots and drys and not
ono majority for tho drys as had been
: :o: :
CITY AND COUNTY NJIWS.
Mrs. A. J. Prazler lofT'tho lntter
part -of last wook for Grand Island to
W. J. Tllcy returned the latter part
of last week from a week's stay in
Gcorgo Fulton loft the lntter part
of last week for Kansas City to re
J. II. Hcgnrty wlll lenvo this week
for Paxton to spend a week or longer
on insuranco business.
Mrs. Charles Perkins and dnughtor
Juno left Saturday afterrio6n for Grand
Island to spend a 'wcok.
Joseph McMlchaol and daughter
Bolva, of Wollflcct, spont tho wcok
end with Miss Erma McMlchaol.
Tcachor's examinations and reading
circle will bo hold by tho county sup
erintendent, May 19th and 20th.
Clean Up Suit Sale, all Wool Suits
formorly priced up to $23.50 now go
ing nt $15.00. BLOCK'S.
Tho Catholic churoh at Chappoll will
bo dedicated tomorrow. Bishop Duffy
of this dlocoso will bo In charge of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, of Well
fleet, havo returned homo after visit
ing several days with tho lattcr's sis
ter Miss Erma McMlchaol.
Let Landgraf &;'lIoga do your paint
ing, paper hanging and decorating.
Phono Dlack 092 or Black 570. 23tf
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo McGtnloy, of
Ognlnlla, enmo yesterday morning to
attend the Flynn-Doran wedding to
morrow. Miss li ne McGec and sister of Brady,
enmo up tho latter part of Inst wcok
to visit their mother who is taking
treatments at the Nurse Brown hos
pital, , Y
For Sale Neat, clean stock of gro
ceries, queonswaro and candy, includ
ing flxturosj must go quick on account
of othor alTalrs. Invoice about $1500.
Address R. D. Wilson, Kimball, Nob. t4
J. F. Snydor, of Maxwell, transacted
business in town yestordny and mado
Tho Trlbuno a call. Mr Snyder Is one
of tho early settlors in tho Maxwell
section. It will ho thirty-four years
tomorrow since ho located thoro.
There's No Place Like Home
Especially if it's your own homo built after
your own ideas and just to suit you.
Every Man Should Build Something
During His Lifetime
You take more pride and satisfaction in some
tiling of your own creation.
lUiild Somctbing and see us For
Lumber and Building Material
Coates Lumber & Coal Co.
North Platte, Nebr.
I.OA.VS AMI IHSCOtr.Vr.H
CMTHI) .STATU! 1IONILS
OTIIIOU IIOMI.H - - -
ItllAI. IISTATK AM) IIAMCING HO IT.!',
i'i:i)i:itAi. ni:si:itvi: hamc .stock ...
(.'ash iiiisr.itvr, - .....
OA I'l'I'A I STOCIC - - -
Mirui'i.ii.s and u.M)ivii)i:n I'ltorrrs - - ' - . -
OlltOUI.ATIOX - - - - - .
ni'.rosri'M ....... ' .
TOTAL VOTE CAST AT
Lincoln, Neb., May 3. Tho total
voto of tho state at tho primary was
192,027 divided as follows: Republi
can, 102,761; democrat, 80,887; socia
list, 1,031; prohibition. 493; populist,
133; progressive. 432.
This is a gain over the 1914 pri
mary vote of 28,258 for tho repub
licans, 19,588 for tho democrats, 4
for tho socialists, nnd a loss of 1,932
for tho progressives, 9G3 for the pop
lists, nnd indicates that the republi
cans havo n lead of 18,070 over the
i:ms km; house
destroyed hy fire.
The Edls Ice houso, located about
two and ono-half miles southwest of
town waa destroyed hy flro Sunday
during tho strong gale. Tho destruc
tion of tho building was complete, tho
big Btack of over 2,000 tons of Ico
standing ns a monument unprotected
from tho sun and wind.
Tho origin of the lire Is not exactly
known, but Is prcsumod to havo been
set from slumbering embers of a fire
which had been us"cd tho day bofore
to burn off tho -weeds along tho banks
of tho lnke from which the Ico Is cut.
Mr. Knute Axel Oburg, of North
Platto, and Miss Eunice May Mnro
ylah, of Garfield Table, wero married
Monday, May tho first, Rev. Father
Kampmann officiating. Miss Leona Mn
rovlsh acted as bridesmaid and E. R.
Marovlsh as best man.
Tho newly married couple will
make their homo at North Plntto. We
wish Mr. nnd Mrs. Oburg many years
of happiness. Staplcton Enterprise.
. ; :o: :
Mr. nnd Mrs. VJgo Chrlstlanson nro
moving this week into their now
homo on South Maplo strcot.
Mr. and Mrs. Vigo Chrlstlanson are
Saturday cvonlng for Lebanon, Knns.,
to visit their dnughtor for a week.
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF
May 1, 191G,
Present llormlnghausen. Springer and
Board met pursuant to adjournment,
Claims nlowed on genornl fund, to
wlt: A. B. Iloaglnnd, auto hire, $4G.00.
Dr. T. J. Kerr, medical services,
Peter Jopsen, mdso county poor,
Nobr. Tolophono Co. rent for May,
Sundry persons, helping surveyor,
F. D. Wcdtonfold, mdso county poor,
Sundry persons, helping survoyor,
Allowed on road dlst. 55:
W. W. Hunter, road work, $8.00.
E. B. Camp, road work, $4.40.
Ed Connor road work, $7.20.
Win. Connor, road work, $10.40.
COMJKNSHII ItKI'OHT OK THK OOMHTIO.V OP
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
NOHTJI Vl.X'fl'i:, MMIItASK.t
may i, inin.
Pnlcrnl KcNervc Hunk, DUtrlct TViimiIiit
Jos. Shaw, road work, $48.00.
A. E. Davis, road work dlst. 49,
Chas. Pohl. road work dlst. 34, $1.10.
A. Pohl, road work, dlst 34, $1.10.
F. Polil, road work dlst. 34, $1.10.
A. E. Davis, road work cominisRlnnnr
dlst. 1, $40.50.
Stove Albro, road work commission
er dlst. 1', $12.00.
W. D. Waldo, crnrilnir roads. -nm-
missloncr dlst. 3, $151.50.
Chns. A. Howard, road work com
missioner dlst. 1, $15.00.
V. M. Dymond, bridge work. $31.00
Paul G. Meyer, inspector Sutherland
Resignation of W. E. Mason as over
seer district 8 is hnrnhv arnnntnd. nml
Chas. Mason appointed to fill vacancy.
uonu or jonn wemon, overseer dis
trict 50 is hereby approved.
A petition signed by the voters of
road district No. 14, asking that said
district be divided comes before the
bonrd for action, nnd the board be
ing of tho opinion that it Is for the
public good hereby grants tho peti
tion, the new district to be known
ns Road District No. G and comprise
the following territory, to-wit: All of
sections iu, 14, ib, ig, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, 2G, 27. 28, 33, 34, 35, nnd 3ff, T. II,1
R. 29 nnd all of sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 nnd 16, T. 10, R. 29.'
Mnrtin Jcpson is hereby appointed
overseer for district No. G.
Whereupon the board adjourns to
May 2, 191G.
C. W. YOST, i
May 2, 1916,
Board met same as yesterday. Pres
ent Horminghauscn, Springer, White
and coutny clerk.
Claims nllowcd on general fund: ,
Hilda Anderson, salary, $50,00.
Annn Anderson euro of emintv tinnr.
A. J. Snllsbury, salary, $145.80 :
Roy Wilson, salary. $75.00.
Jos M. Wilson, care of Mr,
Jos. M. Wilson, salary and
C. W. Yost, salary, $137.50.
C. W. Yost, office expenses, $34.25.
R. Rasmussen, mdso county poor,
Jens Sommor, mdse county poor,
Allccn Gantt, offlco expenses, $34.39.
Alleon Gantt, snlary, $133.33. 1
Alleen Gantt, office help, $20.25.
Alleon Gnntt, visiting schools,
Jns. Bevorldgc, refund taxes, $10.00.
C. M, Reynolds, offlco rent, $15.00.
I). B. White, services nnd mileage,
E. H. Springer, services and mileage
F. W. llermliiRlinusen, services and
Wm. Elfoldt, refund taxes, $33.10.
A. F, Beolor, mdso county poor,
Rush Mercantile Co. mdso county
Chns. Robinson, delivering ballots.
Allowed on road district 18:
Will Wrln, Toad work, $1.25.
John Murphy, rond work, $1.80.
Rolland Jackson, road work, $8.00.
George Klshmcr, road work, $9.00.
P. J, Ainslie, road work, $6.00.
Wm. Hicks, road work, $8.00.
O. Hicks, rond work, $S.00,
A. McNlckle, road work, $21.50.
A. J. Bnrdwol), rond work, $60.00.
WnU,r. rond work, dlst. 1,
Chas. Kemper, road work, dlst. 1,
Edward Jackacn.road work, diat 49,
F. M. Kuser, rond work, dlst 31,
Harry Shelly, rond work, dlst 34,
.jrC1"1 Sll0ll rond work, dlst. 34,
Fulton Murphy, rond work, dlst. 33,
H. Lako. rond work. dlst. 1, $13.50.
Sundry porsons, road work dlst. 17,
Sundry porsons rond work. Dlst. 22,
...nlllulry l101"80"". road work, Dlst, 35,
Sundry persons, road work, dlst. 25,
E. C. Hoatottor, bridge work, $38.70,
John R. Rltnor, brldgo work, 172.S5.
Tho county troasuror Is horoby
authorized to correct tho tax list for
1915 as to W. Vj of Lots 4 and 5, Block
8, Taylor's Addition to North Plntto
from $235 to $160 on account of error
Bond or R. C, Burko, assessor for
Brady Precinct Is horoby npproved.
Tho bonrd proceeded to open tho
bids for county land inSec. 14. T. 10,
R, 34, located near Wallace, and tabu
lated the snmo as follows:
Georgo Schillor, bids on n strip of
land lying north or blocks 13 nnd 14
Schiller's second Add. to Wallaco,
containing 9.48 ncros, $110.00.
Francis Connoally, a strip or land
lying cast or blocks 7 nnd 13 Schiller's
second Add. to Wallace, containing
l,:i.tl. 7 i
G.28 ncrcs, $81.00.
Fruncis Conneally, That part of NE
Vi, Sec. 14, T. 10, R. 34, lying north
of C. B. & Q. R. It, $277.50.
F. E. Wood, that part of N. E. of
Sec. 14, T. 10, R. 34, lying south of C.
B. & Q. R. R. $350.00.
Moved by White and seconded by
Springer that the above bids be ac
cepted and county issue quit-claim
deeds for the same to the respective
bidders. Motion carried. Whereupon
the board adjourned to May 8r 191G.
C. W. YOST,
. County Clerk
Notice of Final Report
Estate of James Rannie, deceased, in
the County Count of Lincoln County,
Tho State of Nebraska, to nil persons
Interested In snld Estate, take notice
that the Administratrix has filed a
final account and report of her admin
istration and a petition for final set
tlement and discharge as such, and for
a decree of distribution and descent of
the real property, which have been set
Tor hearing before said court on May
2G, 1916, at 9 o'clock a, m., when you
may appear and contest tlie same.
Dated May 1, 1916.
. GEO E. FRENCH,
J123w County Judge.
Notico to Creditors.
Esihltn Nn 1d(A nt wn. tt a
- . .,. - .v m ii.wiui n. oiow-
art, deceased, in the County Court of
The State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said esteate will take notice that the
time limited for presentation and fil
ing claims against said Estate is De
cember 2, 1916, and for settlement of
said Estate is April 28th, 1917; that I
will sit at tho county court room In
said county, on Juno 2, 1916, at 9
0 clock a m., and on December 2, 1916,
at 9 o'clock a. m.. to receive, examine,
hear, allow or adjust all claims and
objections duly filed.
01 . GEO E. FRENCH,
1'4w County Judge.
Gustof Goll will take notice, that on
the 21st day of April, 1916, P. H. Sul
livan, a Justice of the Peace, of North
Platto Precinct No. 1, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, lssuqd an Order of Attach
ment for the sum of $85.00, in an ac
tion pending before hlra wherein F. W
Ilerrn nghausen is plaintlfLand Gustof
Go 1 defendant, that property con
sisting of money, as wages duo the de
fendant rrom the Union Pacific Rail
Road Company, a corporation, has
been attached under said order.
Said cause wns continued to the 5th
day of June, 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m
F. W. HERMINGHAUSEN,
on o. n Plaintiff.
uO-dw By James KcefQ, his Attorney.
CoJrnty!,0Nc&taJ: CUrt 0f
tlce tlint on the 24th tiny of Ann I lOirt
Jonnnn F. Wood, heir of snlrt "kVu-iir'
niert her petition heroin, Au"k In tl nt
s yffio 1 tt? Sara WeW
at nlclnnil, Cnlir., Kat Woocl nik??
OnURhter, uro 35. Snn PranVftai ci,Uf'
Chnrlle t.eljoy Wood. lnui?hte? v 'V
Onklnnrt, Cnltf.. Uo8s0 "vood ' rrnnd.
tehv?r' ?K0 Oakland, oriif.,fcr5th:
fnnd ciir ' rn"1l,"Kl'tor n(ro ft. Oak
", VTllr., Cntherino AVood. iri nmU
l.nT.L1".1 nU )ebts of said decedent
!'!! ,i0f Nohraskn. And nrnyliitr t'int
roBular ndmlnlstrntlon ho watvod and
a rtecroe he onterod hnrrlnw roaltorH
and llxlnp the date of h " death and
Ji.ut. nt 9 o'olook a. m. at the office
of tho county jude In said county
"' ,nzj Count. v ,ii'0j?e
T. , ntk u in.' VKrivu
kin; "iVecSSo""' f MH'- Ann Mnw-
cJlylUUy r"-'t '
of NehraKkn: To nil ncr
sons interested In said UHtato t.ik-. m -t
,n .JiS .ft 'nH I'een Hied for
in.- VX i,nt; ,ofn Inntrmnent purport-'
?5.i.,ry .A,ui HiwkliiH, deceased, and
appointment of Elvli IIwkln. n. ..... 1
otr1 oh0.r,Jln, on uo 2th of Miy.
i-o?,,,,lii,2.OM,00k m' ut county ooiiFt
loom In said countv.
nated April 27. toifi.
, OISO. 13. Fiuweu,
Lit County Jiidfc-o.
. ;i'A - x o'1'in'.j." "
To ' Uonton Taylor:
are lirohy no ia.td Hut on N'o
n?nJb0.fii4' A. Wight purchuHI
?ni-f '"V"0 ,B",e f""- t.ixoK for tho year
f0'l?,w"r "scribed Jand. to
ii..AMo f s,eFt,on 3' Towiuihlp 15.
&aska.' L",COln f-'0,"uy" Stnte
Tint fald land wa isHeiM'-d in the
iiamo of I. Hanton Taylor, and that,
aftor the expiration of thr.p inontht"
from the first publication of thlu notice
taxdeed will ho applied for.
..... I A WICMV
First published May 2. 19 IC.
723 Locust Street
A modern institution for the
scientific treatment of medical,
urgleal and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories,
Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D.
J.B. Redfield, M. D. J.S.Simms, M.D
Miss Elise Sieman, SupL
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. J)n
Physician and Surgeon
Office B. & L, Building, Second Floor.
Phone, Office, 83: Residence 38.
DOCTOR I). T. QUIGLEY.. ..
Practlco Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
v-3 tity .-National itnnk liulldlnir.
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
J. B. 11EDFIEL1).
PHYSICIAN & SUBGEOK
HYS1CIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Dre. Redfield & Redfield
Offlco Phone 642 Res. Phone 676
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention , given (o Surgery
Office: Building and Loan Building
Phnno. I Office 130
Phone r Residence 115
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Physician and Surgeon. .
Special Attention Given to Gynecology
Obstetrics and Children's Diseases.
Pffloe McDonald. State Bank Building.
; Corner Sixth and Dewey Streets.
5 Phones, Offlco 183, Residence 283
6 Keynolda Bids.
North Platte. Neb,
Office Phone 333.
Res. Black 613.
DR. HAROLD A. FENNER
Phyalcian & Surfon.
Have Your Piano Tuned
014 West 4th St. North Platto, Neb
Write or Call Phone Red 344
Pianos Tunod and Repaired Anywhere.
Hospital Phone Black 633.
House Phone Black 633.
W. T. PBITCHAIiD,
Eight yeara a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218 south Locnst St,
one-half block southwest of the
DERRYBERRY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day Phono 234.
Night Phone Black 588.
Quality Not Quantity
Wo make cigars In tho smtll and In
tho regular sizes preferring to use
quality tobacco in preference to quan.
tity. W use only tho best tobacco
for filler and wrapper and our cus
tomers are always satisfied. We han
dle a large line of smokers' artlclod,
our display of pipes being especially
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
Bought and highest markt
Residence Red 636 Ofllee 459
C. H. WALTERS.
Notice fo Paving Contractors.
Notico is hereby given that 'the
mayor and council of, the city of North
Platto, Nebraska, will roceivo bids
for paving, and curbing where neces
sary, Paving District No. 1, In said
city according to plans nnd specifica
tions adopted and now on file in the
offlco of tho city clerk of said city.
Said bids to elver paving of the
following described materials, to-wit:
Vitrified brick block, vertical brick
block, vertical fibre brick, sheet as
phalt and concrete.
Tho city engineer's estimato on the
cost of paving said district, contain
ing 45,000 square yards, is as follows
Vetrifled brick block $2.45 per square
Vertical fibre brick. $2.25 per square
Sheet asphalt $2.15 per square yard.
Concrete $2.00 per square yard.
Bids must be on fllo with the city
clerk on or beforo two o'clock p. m.
of Friday, May 12th, 191C, at which
tlmo tho bids will be opened. They
must bo on tho proposals in the spec
ifications furnished by the city clerk
and acompanled by a certified check
for an amount equal to three per cent
of tho(bid made.
Said specifications furnished upon
application to tho city clerk.
Tho mayor and council reserve the
right to Teject any and all bids.
Dated April 14, 191G.
O. E. Elder,
Bv Virtue of nn nrdnr tt nnln la.
sued from the District Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska, upon a decree
of foreclosure rendered in said Court
wnorein C. A. Tarranco is nlalntiff
and Thomas Belcher et al are defend
ants, and to mo directed, I will on the
13th day of Mav. 191G. at 2 nVlonk n
m., at tho east front door of tho Court"
nouso in worm riatte, Lincoln Coun
ty, Nebraska, sell at Public Auction to
tho highest bidder for cash, tn nnHiv
said decree, interest and costs, the fol
lowing uescrioea property, to-wit:
Northwest Quarter fNWM 4 of Ron.
tion eight (8). Townshin sixtfinn fifiV
Range twenty-nine (29), west of the
bin i: m., m Lincoln County, Nebras
ka. Dated North Platte. Neb.. Anrll loth.
191G. A. J. SALISBURY.
Notice of Petition. .
Estate No. 1413 of George E. Brown,
deceased, in tne County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska: To nil nor.
sons Interested in said estate take
notice that a petition has been filed
for the aoDolntment nf Onra y. Urnwn
as Administratrix of said eBtate, which
nas Deen set for Hearing herein on
May 12, 1916, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Hated April 15, 1916.
-GEORGE E. FRENCH,
al8-m9 County Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate No. 1412 nf Licestpr Wnlkor
In. tho County Court of Lincoln Ccunt;,
i euros Ka.
Tho State of Nebraska, rs: Crwiltnrs
of said estate will take nntlpn that
the time limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said estate Is
November 19, 1916, and for settle
ment of said estate is April 14, 1917;
that I will sit at the county court
room in said county, on May 19, 1916,
at 9 o'clock a. m. and on November
19, 1916, at 9 o'clock a. m. to receive,
examine, hear, allow, nr miitHi nil
claims and objections duly filed.
GEORGE E. FRENCH,
al7-ml6 County Judge.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
from tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered in said Court
wherein Mutual Building & Loan Asso
ciation, a corporation, is plaintiff and
Charles R. Osgood et al are defendants,
and to me directed, I will on tho 15th
day of May, 1916, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
at the east front door of the Court
House in North Platte, Lincoln County,
Nebraska, sell at Public Auction to the
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said
decress, Interest and costs, the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
Lot four (4), Block one hundred and
forty-eight (148), original town of
North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebras
ka. Dated North Platte. Nfih.. Anrii inn,
A. J. SALISBURY,
Notice of Petition.
Estate NO. 1409 Of Nanov R Tlnnnlrl.
son deceased, in tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska. Tn nl 1 npr.
sons interested in said Estate take no
tice that a petition has been filed for
the appointment of Rush M. Dean as
Administrator of snhl V.st
has been set for hearing on' May 5
x-jim, hi a o ciock a. m.
Dated April 5, 1916.
25-3 w GEO f?. MPMPti
, 'MX XOTICH.
T V,,verSster8tOCk and Ho"
ou are horeby notified that on No
Mf,ri' "? A. WlBht purchased
ion' .v . . ' uixes xor ttto ye-ir
?it 'in foJ,0iv,n.F 'leHorlhed lad.J. to-
linn" r."'"," & 5nM?
Nphraska: a'-nio ot
n,'Lnt?.rinSdTjy.n.8 nssefwoi! In the
......... j. . . iuvuiiuucK, an.i Uiat.
tl .?.3CJIIri.t. " f three niollths
' .""v- i"""caiion or this no
tice, tax deed will ho applied for.
First published May 2, 1910. '
fiiiHtnfr rjnii -win .
" . "s nonce, uiai
S hy I ' Ul April, iaiu, y. li.
Sullivan, a Justice of the Peaco, of
North Platte Precinct No. 1, Lincoln
County, Nebraska, issued an Order
of Attachment for the sum of $25.00,
n an action pending before him where
Gustof Goll defendant, that property
consisting of money as wages due the
defendant from the Union Pacific Rail
T7 il T a corporation, has
becn attached under said ordor.
Said rnnan nno , ..
" wuuuui'U 10 ine Sth
flnv nf Tnnn inn. . r "v "III
f T , A . ' lolu 1,1 'en o clock.
Dated this 28th day of April. 1916.
31-3W Geo. N. Glbbs, His AtiSfft
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