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CITY ANB COUNTY NEWS.
All boosters smoko Town Boost, tf
Tim O'Kccfo nnd Joseph Schntz
spent Sunday In Alliance,
Dan Roberta spent tho week end
with relatives In Cheyenne.
Mrs. M. II. Douglas visited- Mrs.
Charles Mnnn in Sidney last week.
Dr. Morrill, Dentist, McDonald Dank
Miss Essio Wcssburg visited frlonds
in Sutherland tho latter part of last
Mrs. Ira Woldman loft Saturday
morning for Chcycnno to visit for
Mrs. D. D. Staples, of Hershcy, vis
ited last week with hor mother Mrs.
C, E. Keen.
Fred Peterson spent part of last
week in Gothenburg visiting tho high
Miss Mabel McVlcker, of Lexing
ton who spent last weok hero left Sat
Mrs. W. L. Reynolds loft yestorday
morning for a visit with friends in
Mrs. Harry Bybco loft Saturday af
ternoon for Cozad to spend a short
timo with friends.
Mrs. Quy Coatcs loft Saturday ev
ening for Sutherland to visit with
relatives for a weok.
Mrs. Decring, of Grand Island, came
Saturday ovenlng to visit her dough
tor, Mrs, Thomas Green.
Miss Ada Toolo, who taught in tho
Washington school last year, has gono
to her homo in Kearney.
Tho Mooso annual banquet which
was to bo hold Sunday has been in
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Owens will leavo
shortly for Lorado, Mo., to visit rela
tives for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. ' Gideon Wlnklcman
will leavo Juno 1st for Fremont to
make their homo in 'futuro.
Good second hand Bulck car to
trado for cattlol Inqu'iro of Frank
Woodgato, North Platto. 37-5
Miss Myrtlo Beoler who has been
attending tho stnto university is ex
pected to return this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason, who had boon
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Mason,
returned to Lincoln yestorday.
MIbbcs Julia Manslflcld and Anna
Hutchinson, of tho local schools corps
loft Saturday morning for Denver-
Mrs. C. E. Keen and two daughters
loft tho latter part of last weok for
Hershoy to visit Mrs. D. D. Staples.
George Wlnslow who has boon em
ployed in Goring was cnlledjiomo last
weok by tho illness of til's daughter
Henry Ilobhauson, who rocontly"lo
cntod in Laramie, camo down Sunduy
.morning to visit friends for a fow
Miss Illldegardo Clinton, Mario
Martini and Charles Martini, Jr., spent
tho wook end in Gothenburg with
Mrs. J. M. Moonoy, of Donvor, cahno
Sunday morning to visit friends while
enrouto to Grand Island to visit hor
Missos Esthor and Elizabeth Brand
formorly of this city who havo boon
teaching in Wallace-camo Friday to
visit local menus.
Tho furnishings and tools of tho
Gottman cigar factory woro moved
yestorday to tho new storo in tho
Miss Mario Von Gocb:, who haB boon
principal of tho West Pont schools for
sovoral yoars, will arrlvo horo Bhortly
to visit her parents.
Percy Thornburg, of tho Rcoso
pantatorium, was called to Lincoln
tho latter part of Inst week by tho ser
ious illness of lilo mother,
Harry Dabnoy, of Portland. Oro..
arrived hero Saturday afternoon to
visit his mother Mtb Caldwoll and
sister, Mrs W. T. Wilcox.
A fow mlnutos Bpont In our factory
wll convince tho most skeptical that
cloanllnosB has been ono of tho most
Important factors in Star Pop success.
Mr, and Mrs. S, C. Mocombor To
turned Saturday morning from St.
Louis, whoro Mr. Mocombor went as
a dologato to tho 0. R. 0. convontlou.
Miss Leah McElhlnnoy, of Douglas,
Ariz., formorly ono of tho local toa
chere Bpont tho weok end with Miss
Maudo Warrington wlillo onrouto oast.
Mrs. W. B, Anderson, of Ogdon, and
father Thomas Pratt who visited Mr.
and Mrs. Charles McLano last week,
loft Saturday aftomoon for cities f
Ted Funk, formorly of tho John
Keith ranch near Sutherland, la visit
ing his slBter Mrs. W. O. Hayos and
local frlonds. Ho has rostded at Han
nibal. Mo., for sovoral years past.
The first warm day of Summer is the right time to
buy an electric fan. Consider the years they last and
why are you without one? Every home needs an
North Platte Light & Power Co,,
C. R. MGREY, Manager.
ST. JOSEPH BOOSTERS TO
VISIT US JUNE flTH.
This office is in receipt of a letter
from tho chairman of tho St. .Too.
(Mo.) tfndo extension committee stat
ing that a party of sevonty-flvo busl
ncss men and boosters of that city
will arrivo In North PIntto nt twelve
o'clock noon, Juno Cth nnd remain
The party Is traveling In a seven car
special train and arc out on a five-day
"get-acquainted" trip through Ne
braska, Colorado and Kansas.
Thoy-would Uko to meet as many
or our business men and possible, and
while they aro hero It will bo perfect
ly propor for our pcoplo to show tho
visitors ovcry posslblo courtesy.
Miywood Gnmc n Farce.
Tho North Platto ball team, accom
panied by several carload of fans,
drovo ovor to Maywood Sunday and
dofcatcd tho team of that plnco by a
scoro of twonty-four to nothing. Tho
gnrno, as tho scoro indicates, whs a
farce. Artloy pitched for Maywood,
but In tho first Inning tho North Platto
mon hit him unmercifully, making a
dozon runs In that frame, After that
neither Artloy nor tho other mcmbors
of tho team had any glngor. It was ex
pected that tho game would bo a fast
ono, as tho Maywood boys when here
last week played gilt-edged ball.
Defeats Gothenburg 8 to 1.
Tho North Platto ball team Jour
neyed to Gothenburg Friday and de
feated tho team of that town by a
scoro or cignt to four. Tho opposing
team was nmdo up almost entirely of
mon from tho Eustls team.
Andrews pitched for North Platte
and struck out soventoen batters in
Mrs. Lester Tarkington will leave
today for Sidnoy to visit relatives for
For Sale Good driving mnro nleo
buggy and harness. W. C. McDormott,
William Flnerty of Hastings, will
visit hero this week with his friend
Joo G, Cole.
Mrs. Frank Wlnklcman, of Fremont,
who visited hor daughter Mrs. Jack
Carroll last week, has gono hotao.
A now whjto enamel candy case and
Ico cream stand haB ben added to the
Tlarkalow Bros, dopartmont in tho
Union Pacific depot,
William Sholioney, who was oper
ated upon last weok for appendicitis
at St. Joseph's hospital in Omaha, is
getting along nicoly,
Elmor Anderson, of Maxwell, yes
torday delivered to Brodbeck & Son
a car of corn-fed steors. This prirao
moat will bo offered at tho 'opening of
tho now market.
Tho pales lndjes of tho local branch
of Uhd ,Kaufmtrtn'v& Werneirt Co.twlll
bo tho guests of tho proprietors in
Kearnoy today at a picnic for1, all
of their employes.
Tho caso of tho Btato of Nebraska
against Mnbol Crosslin which camo up
Saturday in tho county court waB con
tinued until Juno 2nd. Tho chorgo Is
soiling liquor without a license.
Tho stork visited tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Andy Yost Friday evening
nnd dopositod a lively baby boy. jTha
mathac and son aro doing nlcolytnnd
tiro fdthor Is" bubbUrrg ovor wlthjjoy,
If you--want" n nlco lovel cast front
lot for your futuro homo aco the lots
in Block 187, bctwoon 1st nnd A
strcots and Ash and Maple, All sold
but four lots, BUTLER BUCILVNAN.
FyJ.Doran, F. J. McGovorn, W. J.
Lanllgrnf, F. J. Dunn, Jack Stack and
sovornl others of tho local council of
tho K. C. attended tho bnnquot given
by tho Knights of Columbus at Al
MrB, Frank Doran who had boon
taking medical treatment at St. Jos
eph's hotfpltul in Omaha for sovoral
months Is convalescing at tho homo of
hor slstor in Grotna and will return
homo In a couple of wooks,.
FOr Sale Household goods. In
qulro of 13. J. Curtis, 115 west 2d. 39-3
Frank Boyqr roturncd yesterday
from Aurora, Nob,, whero ho was
called by an accident which befell his
brother Dort Boyor, Tho lator, who Is
a painter, foil from a scaffold and frac
tured tho right log nbovo tho ankle.
Tho break -Is a particularly bad ono,
und umputnflon may bo necessary.
Passongor diroctor Mcllvano blos
somod out yestorday in a light gray
uniform, bedocked with brass buttons
and cap to match. Tho uniform
makos bettor known Mr. Mclvano'B
position and dutlos, It will not add,
howovor, to his porsonal efficiency,
for that foaturo hns nt all times been
of tho hlghost standard.
Notice to tho Public.
No trespassing allowed on section
30-11-32. JAKE WAGNER,
and also on section 31-11-32,
30-0 E. J. DOMOODE.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Joe T6sac, of Wallace, Is transacting
Mrs. J. Wnltor Adams is visiting
with friends In Omaha.
W. II. McDonnld is expected home
today from a visit in Chicago.
R. D, Baker, of Dickons, Is spend
ing a few days here on business.
Miss Lula Meyers, of Garfield, spent
tho weok ond with frlonds in town.
Mrs, Sum Richards camo up from
Omaha yestorday to spend a week with
Mrs. Mary Daly has returned to
Florence, Colo., nfter visiting local
Miss Ethel Armstrong hns accepted
a position in tho Gem Ico Cream
Miss Cnthorlnc Boylo submitted to
a successful operation on hor throat
Miss Esther Antonides who had
been teaching In Brndy returned home
Thomas Burnoy went to Wood River
yestorday afternoon to spend Decora'
Mrs. Joseph L. Murphy returned
tho latter part of last week from
Miss Edith Gantt camo homo Satur
day from Wiggins, Miss., to spend her
Mr. and Mrs, H, N. Getty and chll
dren returned Sunday from a short
stay In Kansas City.
Mrs. Albert Hecox and Miss Mildred
Ilecox, of Gothenburg, visited friends
in this city last week.
Miss Ruth Rudat and Miss Erma
Huntington, of Lovcland aro spending
a fow days In this city.
Mrs. W. V. Hoagland has returned
from n short visit on Rcbekah Degree
business In Grand Island.
Mrs, Jack Palmer nnd son loft yes
terday afternoon for Calloway to visit
her parents for n weok tor more.
Supt. C. B. Williams, of Curtis, spent
tho weok end bore on buslnesB con
nected wittt tne oigntn grado gradua
Deaconess Willis, of tho Episcopal
church, returned the latter part of
last weok rrom a visit In eastern Ne
Mrs. Lucy Wlmborley, of Now Or
leans, arrived horo Sunday to spend
tho summer with her daughter Mrs. H,
N. Getty. i
Jnmcs and John McGraw returned
to Creston, In., yestorday afternoon
after visiting their brother Patrick
Mrs. C. II. Sawyer and baby return
ed to Pino Bluffs Saturday evening af
ter visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sawyer
for two woeks:
Mrs. H. P. Husband left at noon
Saturday for Grand Island to spend
a weoK ana later will visit relatives
in Harlan, la.
Mrs. 3'. H. Klrkpatrlck, of Kearney,'
formorly of this city has been visiting
hor brother, Harry Boylo and family,
for several days.
Martin Oborst, of Omaha, who loft
tins city nine yoars ago camo Sunday
to visit his son Attorney Byron
Oborst and family.
' Attorneys J. S. Hoagland and W. V.
Hongland and Mrs. Hoagland, havo
gono to Pnxton to take part In tho Me-
unorlnl Day program.
For Sale 09 Overland, Randsler.
Offered at a very low figure for quick
salo. Inquire at first door north or
First National bank. 39-if
Mrs. V. M. Lawson, who camo from
Contrni Cltv Inst wnnlt in nttonil Mm
graduation of her daughter, Miss
iinnan, nas gono nomo,
MIsb Wllla Raugh will leave this
wqok for Concordlu, Kansas, whoro
ho (rslstcr is attending school. Tho
latter will return with hor.
H. P. Gorhart, special agent for tho
U. S. govornmont who spout a month
here inspecting homesteads, left for
western points yestorday,
Mrs. John Brltt, of Denver, Is tho
guest of Mrs. J. I. Smith wlillo en
routo homo from Wood Rlvor. Tho
Indies woro girlhood frlonds
Tho Prosbvtorlon Indira will lmiii nn
oxchnngo at tho Dcrryberry & Fprbos
Hiuru Diiumiay. ureaii, cane, pics and
other eatables will bo on snle.
Alvin nnd Teddy Wclugand left Sat
urday for Rossvlllo, 111., to visit thoir
graudmothor, making tho trip with
thor aunt, Mrs. Louis Peterson.
Mrs. Frnnk Nowman, of Grand Is
land, returned homo Friday after vls
ltlnc friends. Mrs. Nmvm nn wna for
merly Miss May Moonoy, of this city.
Misses Virginia Bullard, Dorothy
Hinmnn, Cathorlu6 Hall, Mario Bowou
and Lillian Eaton ntt
ball nt Gothenburg Saturday ovenlng.
Mrs. Jano P. Lano vim lino m nil ft
hor homo with hor sister Mrs. Bridget
Mornn for several years will leavo
shortly for Pittsburg to remain In
definitely. Mrs. Ella Gardner and daughtor ro
turncd to Arapahoo yestorday. Thoy
woro callod horo Vocently by tho
denth of tho formor's fnthar tho lato
M. R. Kolly, of Clovolnnd, nnd Mrs.
M. Morlll, of Wheatland, Wyoming,
who visited their sister Mrs. D. E.
Morrill last wook, loft for eastern
"In tho oyes of tho law" lgnornnco
Is no excuse for oyo-abuso, Optometrv
stands ready to ndvlso G. S. CLIN
TON, Roglstored Optomotrlst, tho sign
with tho Big Ring.
Mrs. Claronco 1. Turnor, son and
daughter camo yestorday afternoon
from Bolso, Idn., to visit hor mother
for sovoral weoks. Mrs. Turnor was
formorly Miss Kathorlno Mornn of
llnll for Sale.
Ono rod bull, whlto face, four years
old, for salo. N, P, Jorgensen, east of
tho Van Brocklln Ranch. 39-2
in his first Mutual
Wed., May 3t
10 and 20c
MISS LILLIE STAR
TALKS ON SUFFRAGE.
Nobraska Is very much in earnest
in her campaign for suffrage. Tho No
braska equal suffrage campaign failed
becauso tho women wero not thorough
ly organized. At tho convention In Om
aha last week. Mrs. E. M. Fairchild
tho local president, of Omaha, intro
duce our stato president Mrs, W. 12.
Barkley, of Lincoln, who gavo a short
address on organization and enroll
ment. Sli3 said tho plan for tho enroll
ment of Nobraska women who nro
equal suffragists promises to bo the
means of laying tho foundation for a
wonderful suffrugo organization. The
plan is to circulate enrollment sllns
ntriong the wotaen of tho state that
they may havo an opoprtunlty to say
mat tlioy uellovo tho ballot should
bo given to tho women of Nebraska
Tho circulation of theso slips will bo
managed by an enrollment chief in
each county and each precinct of tho
stato. Every suffragist can do her
Iittlo part toward building a founda
tion for a sucessful campaign in 1918
by helping In this work.
Then Miss Starr was introduced and
she said: "Madam Chairman and fut
uro voters of Nebraska: As a citizen of
tho United States I camo with greet
ings from Chicago. I am not a prom
inont suffragist but ono of tho rank
and fllo of which thcro aro thousands
In Chicago who help on the good work
started by thoir leaders. If all women
felt as strong as I do that women .suf
frago Is tho foundation for every
thing good In our Nation, all would be
converted today. I want to tell you
of tho Political Equality League In
Chicago whore I have gained most of
tho education I havo in suffrage. It
is a non-partisan society and wo
speakers chosen to address tho meet
ings aro from different political par
ties. Tho Saturdays of each month are
divided between tho propoganda sec
tion, the legislative section, the study
section and all three sections unito on
the first Saturday of each month. One
Saturday a luncheon was given for all
tho ward superintendents and they
gavo threo minute talks on what they
had done In their respective wards,
Women aro given a chanco in the
Political Equality league, to hear both
sides of the question, legislative and
civic questions especially. A woman
an learn why she should vote for
or against a measure The first time
I voted there wero many big bonds to
bo settled. It was called tho .llttlo
ballot and tho sheet was nearly as
lnrgo as a nowspaper. Bonds for new
schools, bathing beaches, Jails, etc.
I know every ono I voted for went
through but wo woro told why wo
should vote for or against these
measures and wo certainly did not
go ignorantly to the polls. It was a
grteat oxporlonco to bo able to vote
and it is ono I hope all of tho women
of NebniBka will enjoy in tho near
futuro ns well as all tho women in
the United States."
Mrs. W. S. Stahl, of Chicago, told
of plans for the big suffrngo parade
Juno 7th, nnd a number of Nebraska
women will march In tho parade.
Mrs. M. J. PERKINS.
A Great Combination.
Hogs, Corn, Tanknge, and Monoy.
But you will not get all tho money
from your hogs unless you uso tank
age. Read tho following from a firm
you all know:
North Platto, Neb., May 18, 1910.
Mr. R. N. Lamb, City,
Bollovlng that tankago to bo good
food for hogs, last fall wo purchased
somo from you to feed a bunch of liogs.
Tho corn wo .wero feeding them was
exceedingly poor, very soft and chaffy
and not marketable,
Wo fed this soft corn with ground
wheat of a poor quality, too poor for
market purposes, along with tho tank
ago of about a quarter pound per head
May stato that tho gain on theso
hogs was romnrkablo and far above
our expectations. Thoy mado 'us big
monoy, and realized us a good prlco
for our poor grado of corn, which was
unmarketable and wo feel that by us
ing tho tankago as wo did itho gain was
a great deal larger than It would havo
uoon without It, and wo aro well paid
for our investment In tankage.,
Yours very truly,
BRATT (c GOODMAN,
By E. R. Goodman.
Most experimental farms will tell
you that It will pay to feed Tankage
to pigs from tho timo 'thoy nro weaned
until thoy go on tho mnrkot, why not
got all tho monoy from your hogs.
16 porcont portoln tankago at $2.25
per cwt. $43.00 por ton.
Wo still havo somo cano seed left.
Phono G7 R. N. LAMB.
G room house, electric lights, wator
and tollot in houso, $12 por month at
310 west A street Enqulro of C. M.
Nowton Book storo 604 Dowcy St. 38-2
0. H. Thoelecke.
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OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The First National Bank
Member Federal Reserve Bank System.
One Hundred and Filty Thousand Dollars.
STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE
HAVE BEEN THE FACTORS IN TJIE GROWiM OF THIS
BANK, AND THE SAME CABEFUL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO
SMALL ACCOUNTS AS IS GIVEN TO LARGE BALANCES.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
THE NURSE BROWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
1008 West Fourth Street. Phone IIO
Ethical, Moral, Efficient.
An Institution for tho treatment of Medical, Surgical and Confinement
Cases. JlltS. MARGARET HALL, Sunt.
DR. J. S. TWINEM, Physician and Snrgcon.
G Reynolds Bide.
North Platte, Neb,
Office Phone 333.
Res. Black 613.
DR. HAROLD A. FENNER
Physician 4V Surgeon.
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon
Office B. & L. Building, Second Floor.
Phone, Office, 83: Residence 38.
DOCTOR I). T. QUIGLEY.. ..
Practice Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
728 City National Uunk Building.
Hospital Phone Black 633.
Houso Phone Black 633.
IV. T. rHITCHARD,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian, Hospital 218-south Locust St,
one-half block southwest of the
BERRYBERRY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day Phono 234.
Night Phono Black 688.
Quality Not Quantity
Wo make cigars In tho small and in
tho regular bIzos proforrlng to uso
quality tobacco in preference to quan
tity. W use only tho best tobacco
for filler and wrapper a.nd our cus
tomers are nlways satisfied. "Wo han
dle a largo lino of smokers' artlclon,
our display of pipes being especially
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
Bought and highest markut
Residence Red 63G Office 459
C. H. WALTERS.
MINNESOTA 3IUTUAL LIFE
It's tho household word In Western
Nobraska. It's Old Line, the best rcon
oy can buy. It's what you need, for a
savings bank and Insurance that in
sures. Thoy all buy It.
"There Is a Reason"
For further Information
Phone, call or address
J. B. SEBASTIAN, State Agent,
Tho Old Lino Man
NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA.
Yt. J. IIOLDERNESS
Wiring Storage Batteries
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Notice to Creditors.
Estate No. 1415 of Mary Ann Hawklrts,
deceased, in the county court of
Lincoln Coiunty, Nebraska.
Tho stato of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of Baid estate will tako notice that
the timo limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said Estate Is
December 30, 191G, and. for settlement
of said estate is May 26, 1917, that I
will sit at tho county court room in
said county, on Juno 30, 1916, at 9
o'clock a. ,in. and on December 30,
1916, at 9 o'clock a. m. to receive
examine, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duly filed.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
m30-J27 County Judge.
By virtue of an order of salo issued
from tho district court of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered In said court,
wherein H. S. Evans is plaintiff, and
I Benton Taylor et al are defendants,
and to mo directed, I will on tho 24th
day of June, 1916, at 2 o'clock p. m
at tho east front door of tho court
houso in North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, sell at public auction to tho
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said
decree, interest and costs, tho follow
ing described property, to-wlt:
All of Section Nineteen (19), Town
ship Fifteen (15), North of Range
Twenty-Eight (28), and West Half of
tho Northeast Quarter (W& NEVi)
and East Half of the Northwest Quar
ter (E of NWi4) of Section Twenty-four
(24), Township Fifteeen (15),
North of Rango Twcnty-nino (29), all
in Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte, Neb., May 22,
191G. A. J. SALISBURY.
Notice of Final Report.
Estate of Walter B, McNeel; deceased,
In tho county court of Lincoln
Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all per
sons interested in said Estate take
notice that the Administratrix has
filed a final acount and report of her
administration and a petition for final
settlement and discharge as such and
for a decree of descent ana distribu
tion; and a petition to havo specific
exempt property and other personal
property amounting to $250.00 sot
over to hor as decedent's widow, all
of which havo been sot for hearing
before said court on. Juno 16, 1910, at 9
o'clock a. m. when- you may appear
and contest tho same.
Dated May 19, 1916.
m23-jl3 GEO. E. FRENCH,
Notlco to Creditors.
Estate No. 1404 of Walter H. Stew
art, deceased, in tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said esteato will tako notice that tho
timo limited for presentation and fil
ing claims against said Estato is De
comber 2, 1916, and for settlement of
said Estato is April 28th, 1917; that I
will sit at tho county court room In
said, county, on Juno 2, 1916, at 9
o'clock a m., and on Decembor 2, 1916,
nt 9 o'clock a. m., to recelvo, examine,
hear, alLow or adjust all claims and
objections duly filed.
GEO E. FRENCH,
31-4w County Judge.
Pete Frenoff will tako notice, that
on tho 27th day of April .1916 P. H.
Sullivan, a Jlistinn nf thn Vnnnn nt
North- Platto Precinct No. 1, Lincoln
county, xNoorasita, issued an Order of
Attachment for the sum of $21.50, In
nn nctlon now pending boforo him,
wherein Dr. T. J. Korr, is plaintiff and
Poto Frenoff, defendant, that property
consisting of monoy, as wages duo. In
tho hands of tho Union Pacific Rail
Road Comnnav. n. CVirnnrntlnn lma
boon attached under said ordor.
Said causa was continued to tho
14th day of June, 1916, at ten o'clock
Dated North Platto. Nnh . Mnu km.
1916. DR. T. J. KEim.
Notlco to Creditors
Estato No. 1409, of Nancy E. Donald
son, deceased, in tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, sa: Creditors
Of ipld OfW Will tiVn in'!" thn
tint" '-(' V : ,1.
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