The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, May 16, 1916, Image 8

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Miss Edith took tho kcon IntorcBt In
things and people particularly peo
ple that young ladles of eighteen of
ten do. So that accounted for her
going down Into tho basement whero
ThouiaB Watts was clearing away tho
ashes from tho furnaco and making
his acquaintance.
Thomas was a sort of odd-Job man,
of English birth, f.lmost oldcrly and
of a squat flguro. Ho had mado his
nppearanco on tho Btroot early In tho
Bummer with a llttlo push-cart, a Blcklo
nnd a rako and ho trimmed tho lawns
(which aro not largo) on tho street for
a minimum consideration of llftcon
cents. With tho i.pproach of winter
ho asked such of als patrons as had
furnaces to allow him to tend them
ohako down and food In tho morning,
Iced and bank at night, sovonty-llvo
cents per wcok, and ashes removed
an extra twonty-ilvo cents. Miss
Edith's papa engaged him for tho full
program and Mies Edith at tho flrBt
uound of shoveling wont dowu and In
terviewed him.
Sho asked him a flno varloty of ques
tions. Ho did "fairish to mlddlln', as
you might say," with his furnaces.
"No, miss, I ain't married, o' course,"
ho said In rosponso to tho noxt ques
tion. "Not as yot. I 'opo to bo, but
I'm not well enough orf. Hl'vo got a
lydy back in tho hold country as I
walked bout with, but sho scs to mo,
sho bob: "Thomas, w'on I marry Hl'm
goln to atop takln' in manglln'. Hl'm
goln' to 'avo a 'oubo o' mo hown an'
a 'uBban' no 'as got 'is bit o' monoy
In tho bank.' So I como hovor 'ore,
but somo'ow I novor aeom to 'avo no
For somo wooka tho family hoard lit
tlo elso from MIbs Edith than accounta
of Watts and his touching romanco.
"Hor namo is Sarah Jana 'lggina and
sho 'as carroty 'air," Bald MIbs Edith.
"Isn't It perfectly lovely? And thoy
havo boon engaged now for moro than
sovon years as long as Jacob worked
for what's-hor-nnmo."
Sho did holp him according to hor
poor llttlo moans.
"Thankoo kindly, mlsa," ho would
nay, as ho pocketed her donations. "It
shows your fooling 'art an' hovory llt
tlo 'elps, as tho Bayln' 1b. Hl'm a-goln'
to tell Sarah Jano about this."
"Don't mind about that, ThomaB,"
Bald MIbs Edith. "But you might glvo
hor my lovo and tell hor that I think
you aro a a nlco man and that sho
ought not to Insist upon a houso of
her own If you could talco her to a nlco
llttlo flat."
"No foar, miss. IIl'll toll 'or that,"
said Thomas.
Ono day a vory rich man carao to
Mlsa Edith's houso. Ho was so rich
that ho owned an ontlro flat building
all by himself. Miss Edith told him
about Thomas In hor enthusiastic way
and ho soomod interested and whon
Bho had flnlshod ho said: "Well, my
Janitor is going to leavo mo at tho end
of tho week and I wouldn't wonder if
this friend of youra aulted mo vory
well, my dear. Ho would havo n nlco
cozy llttlo But of rooms In tho bnso
mont. big enough for Sarah Jano and
him, and ho ought to Bavo enough out
of his wngoL to put a bit in tho bank.
Send him around to sco mo."
Of couroo, whon ThomaB bocamo tho
janitor of tho Arothusu ho could not
attend to Edith's falhor'a furnaco any
moro and Mlsa Edith had to go to boo
him nbout Sarah Jano. For somo tlmo
Thomas talked to hor vory frooly, but
ho said that ho would liavo to wait
and put by a bit o' monoy boforo ho
sent for his sweothcart. Thon as tlmo
puosed it scorned to Mlsa Edith that
Thomas rather avoided hor. Ho was
ovaslvo In hla repIloB whon sho did boo
htm. Sho taxed him with hla unfriend
liness and ho protested forvontly that
it was imaginary on her part.
"You boo, mlBS," ho said, '"owso
hover I might wish to 'avo a bit of a
chat I'vo got a Job o' work to do an'
tho work 'as to bo dono. Ilowln' to
your kind rockormondatlon I'vo got
this sltcrwatton ban I'vo got to show
as 'ow I dosorvo it."
Miss Edith thought that was vory
nlco of Thomas, but sho was not euro
tfiat It explained why ho was so rot
icont about Sarah Jano. Tho explana
tion of that camo ono morning when
passing tho Arothusa sho saw Thomas
coming out clad in a now BUlt of glos
sy black, stiff now hat and a nocktlo
as bluo as his oyoa. On seeing Miss
Edith his faco instantly bocamo aa
red as tho brick in tho cottagoo oppo
site "Why Thomas, bow Btnart you aro
this morning!" oxclalmed Miss Edith.
"You can't bo working. You look al
most aa If you woro to bo married."
Thomas grow still rodder in tho
face. "Well, miss," ho stammered at
last, 'that thoro is my hlntontlons."
"Why, has Sarah Jano como? Oh,
why didn't you toll mo!" said Miss
"Well, now, miss," said Thomaa,
"not to decolvo you, it ain't Sarah
Jano. It's a young lydy Hl'vo boon
walkln' bout with 'oro, 'er namo boln
Ilda Stromborg."
"Thomas," said Miss Edith, Bolomn
ly and roproachfully, "I'll novor apeak
to you again."
"Why, I thought as 'ow you wanted
mo to marry, miss," Bald Thomas.
"I did," said MIbs Edith, "but I want
ed you to marry Sarah Juno, poor
thing! How could you bo bo faith
less!" Thomaa hung his head in guilty con
fusion. "Sarah Jano got marrlod fust,"
bo said at last. "Sho marrlod a a
'abordashor on Newlngton cauBoway."
"I don't bolievo you aro tolling mo
the truth, Thomas," said Miss Edith,
When young I'alcstcr first camo Into
the ofllco Gllnfrew seemed to regard
him with an unfavorable oyo, as did
tho others. I'alcstcr was a most of
fensive youngster. Ho had tho quality
of "frcfihnoss" In a marked degrco
and it was never an amusing "fresh
ness," nor did It wear off with snub
bing. Dollcato sarcasm, of tho sort
that Ilaskln prided himself upon, had
not tho slightest offoct upon him; ho
was too dull-witted to understand it.
Hrutal candor, auch as Donsley waB
In tho habit of Indulging In when Irri
tated, only evoked abuao that waa ab
solutely Intolerable Yot after Pales
ter had been in tho ofllco for threo
weeks Gllnfrew seemed to tako a sud
den fancy to him and stood as a sort
of buffer botweon him and tho right
eous hostility of tho force.
I'alestor was about nlnotcon yearn
of ago. Ho had Just loft collogo at
tho suggestion of tho faculty, it waa
understood. His father was wealthy
and it waa through him that tho boy
had boon pitchforked into tho ofllco.
It soemcd likely that ho would soon
bo pitchforked out again. Ho put in
an nppoaranco nt all sorts of hours in
tho mornings nnd not infrequently
sneaked out long boforo closing tlmo.
Possibly it would havo been Jiat ns
well If ho had stayed away altogether
and drawn his salary without spoiling
tho books. Old Bussoy, whom Pales
tor "assisted," said moat emphatically
that tho firm would bo ahead by such
an arrangemont.
"Oh, he's all right," said Gllnfrew,
tolorantly. "You find him a llttlo greon
Just now, but ho'U catch on after
"Not in a thousand years," Bald Dus
soy, docldely. "Ho doesn't want to.
Ho's an Insulting young vagabond and
he's worthless and vicious. Called mo
'Buster, old cock,' tho other day; that'B
what ho did, sir. I told him what I
thought of his lnsolonco and ho
laughed in my faco. I'm going to ro
port him to tho firm. I'vo boon hero
for fifteen years and I'm not going to
put up with that sort of thing."
"I wouldn't do that," romonstratod
Glinfrow. "Ilo'a young, you know."
"Thon ho should rcspoct his oldors."
"I'll speak to him about It."
"Well, If you want to, Mr. Glinfrow,"
said tho old clerk, "but why you should
tako his part is boyond mo."
Glinfrow took tho first opportunity
to romonstrato with I'alestor concern
ing his conduct to his senior.
"RatBl' 'said I'alestor. "Tho old lob
stor ain't got any business around
whero thoro's llvo people. An institu
tion for tho feoblo-mlndod is whero ho
belongs. Ho's a back number."
"Perhaps ho Is a llttlo old-fashioned,"
said Glinfrow, gently, "but
that's no reason why you shouldn't
treat him with moro consideration,
PaloBtor. Ho has tho roputatlon of bo
lng ono of tho best bookkeepers and
ho's a klnd-hoartcd old gontloman, too.
Tho firm thinks highly of him."
"Gllnnoy, you raako mo tired," said
tho amlablo youth. "Say! I want to
touch you for a ton-spot. Tho guv'nor's
shut down on mo, you know, and all
I get is what this graft hero brings in.
Dig up."
"It Booma to mo that ought to bo
enough for spending monoy,' said Glin
frow, pulling out his pocketbook,
Twlco or threo times it Boomed to
tho followB that Palostor pretty nearly
reached tho end of hla ropo with Glln
irow. Onco ho brought an overdressed
frlond Into tho ofllco nnd draggod him
directly Into Gllnfrow's llttlo prlvato
room. Glinfrow, bolng assistant man
ager, has a prlvato room of his own
and although ho has nothing liko a
caso of Hwollod head ho stands on hla
dignity pretty well. ,
Palostor was soon through tho glass
to approach Gllnfrow's desk and ho
was hoard to Bay bolstorously, "Hollo,
old Btlck-in-tho-mudl Wako up and
nhako hands with my chum, Harry
Boggs." Nobody heard what Glinfrow
said In response, but tho lntorviow did
not last long, and Mr. Boggs' faco was
rod whon ho camo out. Palostor was
unabashed, of courso.
Anothor tlmo Palostor slapped Glin
frow very violently on tho buck nnd a
gleam camo into Gllnfrow's oyea that
looked particularly ominous. But ho
only laughed uncomfortably and tho
thing passed off.
Ono morning n carriago drovo up to
tho ofllco door and a young woman got
out. Sho was a young woman of per
sonal attraction and vory tastefully
dressod. Sho croated qulto a sensa
tion whon sho camo into tho ofllco and
naked for Palcstor. Glinfrow happened
to boo hor and hla faco Instantly
beamed with dollght. Sho seemed
glad to bco him, too.
"Your brother is out Just now, Miss
Palostor," Bald Glinfrow. "Won't you
como in horo and wait for him?" Ho
indicated his llttlo ofllco nnd tho young
woman smiled qulto radiantly upon
him as Bho passed in. Sho stayed us
much aa flftoon minutes, nnd when sho
camo out Glinfrow nccompaniod hor
to hor carriago and stood talking to
hor qulto earnestly for as much na five
mlnutoB moro. Ills color wns height
ened whon ho roturnod and ho wont di
rectly to his llttlo room and shut him
Bolt in.
Baskln, Donsloy and old BuBsoy
looked at ono anothor. Donsloy winked,
"It's tho only thing on the faco of
tho earth that could account for It," ho
A slnglo nest of the Australian
bush turkey Una beeu found to weigh
five tons.
Tho proprietors of that particular
breakfast food cortalnly know what
they woro about when thoy originated
tho Bchomo.
Thoy put a coupon In overy pack
ago nnd each coupon waa marked with
a letter of tho alphabet. All you had
to do, for Instance, was to acqulro
tho lottora composing tho word
"watch" nnd tho Yu-Shor-Ta-Llklt
peoplo straightway sent you a beau
tifully chased, 18-carat, filled, guar
anteed movomontod tlmoploco, calcu
lated to win tho admiration of all be
holders. C, H, A, I and R would
bring you a chair that would bo an or
nament to tho most refined homo nnd
a Joy to sit In. P, I, A, N and O If
you wcro lucky enough to got them
made you tho proud possessor of tho
vory best piano on tho market.
Mrs. Gatterloy allowed her opportu
nity to go unimproved for several
packages. Sho had an Idea that the
coupons woro JUBt for decorated china
or a silver-plated fork with overy hun
dred, but ono morning sho picked ono
of tho llttlo lottorod slips from tho ta
blo and her curiosity being aroused,
sho read tho munlflcont offer to tho
last word. Hor curiosity becamo In
toroBt. Tho piano fotched her. Deco
rated china nnd sllvor-platod waro Bho
had In profusion, bolng a bride of less
than a year's standing, but tho piano
in hor llttlo flat was a rented ono.
Tho coupon, too, waa lotttorod P. For
tunate omon!
"How perfectly lovoly it will bo,"
said llttlo Mrs. Gatterloy. "I'll Just
keep It a secret and surprlso Harry.
Then ho won't havo that horrid old
plano rent to pay."
"My dear," said Mr. Gatterloy a
morning or two later, "aren't you rath
er lavish with your breakfast food?
I'm afraid that I can't manage all
"Try to eat It, darling," urged Mrs.
Gatterloy. "You know It's vory nour
ishing. I forgot how many pounds of
beofstcak It's equal to, but qulto a
"Thoro must bo enough of it horo
to equal a prlzo ox," observed Mr. Gat
torley. "However, I'll do my best."
Noxt day, with somo diffidence ho
remarked that a litlo oatmeal might
bo a pleasant change. "You know,"
ho said, "tho doctors Bay that it isn't
a good thing to tako too much nour
ishing food." Then, as ho saw tho dis
appointed expression on his wlfo'a
face, ho Bald: "Well, novor mind,
dear, wo'll stick to Yu-Shor-Ta-Llklt.
Probably I'll got used to It In tlmo."
Nothing moro was said about It
thon. By this tlmo Mrs. Batterloy
was becoming a llttlo fovorlsh about
thoBO coupons. Sho oven did violence
to hor housowlfely Instincts so far
na to throw away tho last dishful or
so remaining in hor packages, in
ordor to got a now ono the sooner.
Sho Justified this, or tried to, with
tho oxcuso that it waa getting a llttlo
stale. Sho had now acquired threo
F's, two H'b, ono A, two T's and an
O. Every tlmo sho went Into the par
lor sho nodded her head at tho piano
nnd said to It: "I won't bo paying
ront much longer for you."
Thon Mr. Gatterloy openly rebelled.
Sho had served him You-Shor-Ta-Llklt
with preserves and cream for lunch
and a Yu-Shor-Ta-Llklt pudding for
dinner. Ho said It was making him
so energetic that ho overexerted him
self nnd that ho was going to tapor
off on beefsteak and got back to his
normal condition. "I'll tako it onco
a wcok to obllgo you, sweetness," ho
concluded, "but I fool as If oven this
delightful and nutritious fodder waa
getting a trlllo monotonous. Let us
havo somothlng anything elso. Why
this anxioty to fill mo with sawdust?
I'm not a pincushion or a doll."
So Mrs. Gatterloy told him nil about
It. At first ho laughed at her, but when
Bho showed htm tho progress sho had
mado ho bocamo really Interested.
"Why, you only need an I and nn N,
don't you?" ho said. "I should think
wo ought to bo able to got them. I'll
diet a llttlo longor."
Tho Gattorloys ato Yu-Shor-Ta-Likit
rollglously for a wook or ton days.
Thoy wero both pretty sick of It by
this tlmo, but thoy porsovorcd with
no furthor results than a consecutlvo
run of O's. Thon Gatterloy said: "Oh,
what's tho uso of eating tho stuff?
Wo don't havo to cat it."
So Gatterloy plunged. Ho bought It
a dollar's worth at a tlmo and they
had great oxcitcmont opening tho
packagos. But, as Gatterloy phased it,
thoy could not flu tholr hand.
It was within four daya of tho ox
plratlon of tho coupon offer that tho
woman who camo in onco a weok to
scrub tho flat cleaned out tho pantry,
and with It tho can that hold tho cou
pons. That was tho Gatterloy theory.
Tho woman could not remember. Any
way, tho coupons had disappeared.
Gattorly had Just brought homo a
fresh consignment of packages and
among them wero tho missing letters,
N nnd I.
Ho lit his pipe with them,
A day later somo ono advertised for
tho letter N nnd offered $15 for It.
Whon that ndvortlsoment mot his
oyo Gnttorly took 38 packagea of Yu
Shor-Ta-Llklt out to tho garbago chuto
and emptied them therein. Hla wlfo
stood by and smiled through hor toars
at him.
"Well, doaroflt," Bho said, "I'm glad
it's all ovor, anyway."
A now 6,000-mllo coal basin Is being
oponod up by a 500-mllo oxtonslou to
tho Sorblan railway.
..General Hospital..
Phone 58 723 Locust Street
A modorn institution for the
cientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D.
J. B. Redfleld, M. D. J. S. Simras, M.D.
Miss Elise Sieman, Supt.
Office phone 241. Res. phono 217
L. C . DROS T,
Osteopathic Physician.
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
Successor to
Drs. Redfleld & Redfleld
Office Phone 642 Res. Phono 676
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Gynecology
Obstetrics and Children's Diseases.
Office McDonald State Bank Building.
Corner Sixth and Dewey Streots.
Phones, Ofllco 183, Residence 283
Have Your Piano Tuned
014 Wont 4th St. North Platte, Neb
Write or Coll Phone Red 344
Pianos Tuned and Repaired Anywhere.
Hospital Phono Black 633.
Houso Phone Black 633.
Graduate Veterinarian
Bight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218 south Locust St.,
one-halt blbck southwest of the
Court flousb,
LIconNed Embalincrs
Undertakers nnd Funeral Directors
Day Phone 234.
Night Phono Black 688.
Notlco to Creditors
Estato No. 1409, of Nancy E. Donald
son, deceased, in tho County Court ot
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato ot Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said estato will take notlco that tho
tlmo limited for presentation and nl
ing ot claims against said Estato is
Decembor 9, 191C, nnd for settlement
or said Estato is May B, 1917; that I
will sit at tho county court room in
said county, on June 9, 1916, at 9
o'clock a. m.. and on December 9, 1916,
at 9 o'clock a. m., to recolvo, examine,
hear, allow, or adjust all claims and
objections duly filed.
33-4w County Judge.
How a Telephone Company
Obtains Money for Extensions
Do you know how a telephone company obtains money for
extending- its plant when new subscribers are added?
A private business is usually extended out of profits. Gener
ally when a farmer buys another eighty acres of land he does so
out of profits; when a merchant builds an addition to his store,
he usually does so out of his profits,
But when we extend our telephone plant, whether to install
a telephone or string a wire down the highway, it means an
additional investment of new money in the business.
Beyond a reasonable surplus for protection against emergen
cies, which has been invested back into our property but on
which no dividends are paid, we have never extended our plant
out of the money we get from the public for service sold.
We have never attempted to earn a larger return on the
money invested than was necessary so we could obtain new
money for needed extensions.
Our growth has been phenomenal the last few years, and it
has required a great deal of new money from investors. It is
necessary to earn a fair rate of return on their investment for
our present stockholders before we can obtain additional money.
The public's welfare is best served by our paying fair divi
dends to the men and women who have their savings invested
in our property. If we did not do this the service would suffer
from lack of new money for proper improvements and extensions.
Physician and Surgeon
Office B. & L. Building, Second Floor.
Phone, Office, 83; Residence 38.
Practico Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
72S City .National Bank Building.
Omaha, Nebraska.
G Reynolds Hldif.
North Platte. Neb.
Ollice Phono 333.
Ilea. Black 513.
Physician & Surgeon.
(Certificate No. 6GS3.)
To CharleH S. Havorstock iwul Ilornco
T. Haverstock:
You aro hereby notified th;it on No
vember 4. 1912. Li. A. Wlirht ourchasod
nt public sale for tnxes for the ye-tr
ivii uio iouowing ucscrineti lam:, to
wlt: All of Section 9, Township l!i,
Hnnge 29, In Lincoln County, Stato of
That said land was assessed In the
namo of Chas. S. Havorstock, and that,
after tho expiration of three months
rrom tho first publication of thU no
tlco, tax deed will bo applied for.
3 j. A. WMUUT.
First published May 2, 1916.
Notice to Creditors.
Esitato No. 1404 of Walter H. Stew
art, deceased, in tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said cstcate will tako notlco that the
time limited for presentation and fil
ing claims against said Estate is De
cember 2, 191G, and for settlement of
said Estato la April 28th, 1917; that I
will sit at the county court room In
said county, on Juno 2, 191G, at 9
o'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.
31-4w County Judge.
Peto Frenoff will take notlco, that
on tho 27th day of April 191G P. H.
Sullivan, a Justice of tho Peace, of
North Platto Precinct No. 1, Lincoln
County, Nebraska, Issued an Order of
Attachment for tho Hum of $21.50, in
an action now pending before him,
wherein Dr. T. J. Kerr, is plaintiff and
Peto Frenoff, defendant, that property
consisting of money, as wages duo, in
tho hands of tho Union Pacific Rail
Road Compnny, a Corporation, has
been attached undor said ordor.
Said cause was continued to tho
14th day of June, 1916, nt ten o'clock
a. in.
Dated North Platto, Neb., May Eth,
1916. DR. T. J. KERR.
Notice of Final Report
Estato of James Rannle, deceased, In
tho County Count of Lincoln County,
Tho State of Nebraska, to all persons
interested in said Estato, tako notice
that tho Administratrix has filed n
flnnl account and report of her admin
istratlon and n petition for final set
tlement and discharge as such, and for
a decree of distribution and descent of
tho real property, which havo been sot
for hearing betoro said court on way
26, 1916, at 9 o'clock a. m., whon you
may appear nnu contest tno same.
Dated May 1, 1916.
31-3w County Judge.
xotich on i'hthvo.v.
Kilnto No. 141&, of Mat,- Ann Haw
kin j. Deceased.
In tho County Coj.-t ol Lincoln
Cur.ty, Nebraska
The State of Nebraska: To all per
sons Interested in said Estato t.ik no
tice that a petition has been niod for
tho probate of an Instrument purport
ing to bo tho last will and testament
of Mary, Ann Hawkins, deceased, and
appointment of Elvis Hawkins as exec
utor pfsald will which has been set for
hearing herein on tho 2Cth of Miy.
1916, at 2 o'clock p. m at county court
room In said county.
Dated April 27, 1916.
m2-3. County ,Tud,-e.
tax xotici:.
m (Certificate t'o. 00S4 )
To Benton Taylor:
ou aro hereby no-:3.vl that on No
vember 4, 1912, L. A. Wight purolms-jd
at public sale for tnxes for tlu year
1911 tho following described land, to
wit: All of Section 23, Townsihip 15,
Range 29, in Lincoln County, .State of
Tlat said land was nsseused in the
name of I. Benton Taylor, and that,
after tho expiration of three months
from tho first publication of this notlco
taxdeed will be applied for.
. .... U A. WlClflV.
First published May 2, 1916.
Estato No, 1414, of Charles LiKoy
Wood, Deceased.
In tho County Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska.
The heirs, creditors and ill persons
Interested In said estate will tako no
tice that on tho 24th day of Anril, 1916,
Joanna F. Wood, heir of said fleaedcnr.
nied her petition herein, alleging that
tho said Charles LoRoy Wood died ln
testato on March 23, 1913, a resident of
Alameda County, California, and that
at tho tlmo of his death ho had an es
tato of Inheritance In Lot S, Blook 14S,
and Lot 10, Wash Hlnman's Sub-division,
south half Block 102, all In tha city
of North Platte, Nebraska, and that no
application has beon .nude In ti e said
State for tho appointment of an admin
istrator. That he left surviving lilin
Joanna Wood, widow age 66 renldlng
at aklnnd, Calif., Kato Wood Baker,
daughter, ago 3G, San Francisco, Calif,
Charlie LoRoy Wood, daughter, ae ?s,
Oakland, Calif., Bessie Wood, grand
daughter, ngo 13, Oakland, Calif., Cath
erine Wood, granddaughter ago 13, Oak
land, Calif., Catherine Wood, grand
daughter, nge 12, Oakland, Calif.
Tlint nil tlin ,1 i ti nt o.t.l .1 ,1 , , .
have boen paid, or barred by the Stat
ute of Nebraska. And praying that
regular administration bo waived anil
a decree be entered barring creditors
nnd fixing the date of hla death and
tho degree of kinship of his holm and
the right of descent to said real estate.
Cnlil ...111 I . . .1 1,... O
of tho county Judge In said county.
nii-inj (jouniy Juogp.
Notice to Creditors.
Estato No. 1412 of Leicester Walker,
In the County Court of Lincoln County,
Tho State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said estato will tako notice that
the time limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said estate is
November 19, 1916, and for settle
ment of snld estato is April 14, 1917;
that I will sit at tho 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, or adjust all
claims and objections duly filed.
al7-ml6 County Judge.
Gustof Goll will take notice, that on
tho 21st day of April, 1916, P. H. Sul
livan, a Justice of tho Peace, of North
Platto Precinct No. 1, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, issued an Order of Attach
ment for tho sum of $85.00, in an ac
tion ponding beforo him wherein F. W.
Hormlnghausen Is plaintiff and Gustof
Goll defendant, that property con
sisting of money, as wages duo the de
fendant from tho Union Pacific Rail
Road Company, a corporation, has
been attached under said ordor.
Said cause was continued to tho 5th
day of June, 1916, nt 10 o'clock a. in.
30-3w By James Keefe, his Attorney.