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IltA L. BAKE, Editor &nd FabUskor.
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TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1010.
uj" .Tcffcrs An Object Lesson
Aro you ono of those who affect to
believe that the days of tho young
man's opportunity havo gone and that
great success no longer awaits tho
poor boy? If you aro, consider then
tho story of "Billy" Jeffers, recently
appointed general manager 01 mo un
Not yet '40 years of age, only 30 to
ho exact, JofferB loccuplcs a position
only ono stop removed from tho pres
idency of one of tho greatest railroads
in tho world. Ills tIbo, brought about
without tho Influence of wealth, Is a
romance of railroading and emphatic
testimony to tho truth of tho state
ment that success always awaits in
dustry and ability.
.Tetters started with tho Unlou Pa
cine in tho North Platte valley as a
barefoot messenger boy. That was
less than twcnty-flvo years ngo. When
ho ran his ilrat errand, ho was llko a
scoro of other boys In every othor city
nl tho country, like tho boys who are
carrying messages In Choycnno to
day. Ho had nothing on which to
build his futuro career oxcept a good
brain and determination to uso It.
Those tytfro tho tools with which
Jeffers made good They are tho tools
with which every boy can win success.
Not every boy, of couirso, Is blessed
with aB good a brain as that of "Bll
ly" Jotters, but evory boy who Is de
termined to use and cultlvato tho brain
that naturo has given him,, Is sure of
success. Failure is a result (only of
Jcffors wasted nono and his rlso
from a placo In tho ranks of tho bare
footed messengers to tho genornl man
ngorshlp of tho railroad Is tho result
of conscientious effort and loyal ser
vices. Choyenno Leader.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
MJiss Ruth Wlngct spent Sunday
Avlth friends In Loxlngtos.
Hear Miss Irma Huffman at tho
Christian church on TMumlay night.
J, II, Edmlnstcn left at noon yes
torday for Omaha to transact business.
Miss Loylllu Williams has accepted
a position us office girl for Dr. J. B.
W. J.. O'Connor, returned Siilurjilay
evening from Kearney whero ho spent
Tho Boy, Scouts will hold a mooting
this ovenlng In tho basement qf tho
Four room houso for rent, 108 west
D street. Insutro at 321 south Locust
strict. Phdno B. 50C. 45-1
Mrs. Arthur McMUllen left Sunday
ovenlng for Perry, Iowa, to spend a
month with rojatlvcs.
Mrs, Paul Gantt loft Sunday even
ing for Lincoln to visit tho homo' folks
for u wook or longer.
Miss Myrtlo Storoy. of LihcoW who
was tho guost of Mrs. Paut Gaitt, re
turned liloino Sunday ovenlng,
L. B. Ramsey returned Saturday ev
ening from Norfolk and Osceola
whore ho visited last week.
19c Oream 2Gu a quart at Wlldox
Mr. Jeffers will .arrive in town this
uftornoon and will bo entertained by
friends prior to the banquet.
Mr. and Mrs. James Leonard and
children will leave this week for Gor
ing whore thoy will mnlco tholr homo,
Mlsa Mno Regan, icf Grand Island.
came Sunday ovenlng to visit with
H VI H 1 - . -
lYiiBs marguorito nouuy ior a woeic,
Mr. and Mrs, John FoBtor loft yestor
day nftornoon for Omaha whore thoy
will make tholr homo with tholr
STOPS the creak and lightens the load.
The finely powdered mica, mixed
with a high-grade grease forms a perfectly
lubricated surface for the wheel.
Look for the blue can with the "Wheel"
on the cover. Sold in 1 and 31b. cans, 10,
IS, 25 lb. galvanized iron pails. Kegs,
barrels and half-barrels.
The best all around farm lubricant.
GRANITE HARVESTER OIL
Takes up the rattle and play of worn bcarincs.
RATHYON DELIVERS LECTURE
ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
Win. R. Rathvon, of Donver, deliv
ered a lecture on Christian Science at
tho Keith theatro last cvonlng. The
attondanco was surprisingly large
considering tho Inclemency of tho
weather. Judge Hoagland Introduced
tho lecturer, who In part said:
To be healed In Christian Science
cue does not have to understand It.
Infidels frequently havo been healed by
It, but If ono would understand it or
apply it for himself ho must bollovo
In tho Bible, for from first to last,
from beginning to end, Christian Sci
ence Is founded upon tho Bible of our
Besides tho Blblo thore Is but one
o'her text book of Christian Sclcnco,
the bfcok, "Science and Health, witn
Key to tho Scriptures,' by Mary Baker
Eddy, and this book I would commend
to evory ono who would learn for him
self at first hand tho teachings and
practices of Christian Science. A
copy may bo obtained through any
Christ an scientist, now comprcnen
bIvo and lncluslvo Is that book may
be.secn when I nnmo to ylou tho head
ings of somo of Its chapters, as 101
lows: Prayer: Atonement and Euch
arlst: Marriage: Christian
vorsus Spiritualism; Animal Magnet-
ism unmasKcu; acience. uuoioKy,
Medicine; j'nysioiogy ooiBtops 01
Truth; Creation; Science of Being;
Bo no uwou ma AiiBwureui v, u i.
sc onco rracuce: icacning uirwuuu
It is not the power of the human
mind that heals In Christian Science
but tho power of tho dlylnp Mlnd-yGod
vl80 , i ' 11 m.i
iau woru jiuiiu ua u m v,ii..n-
uan BciwicB, hub u, i-yvu-iuiu
t on. wnon useu in us iiigncst sense
1U alwlays means God, unchanging
Kood. and when so used in our morn-
ture it Is always capitalized. This
limniu it uiraiij ui u umuuuuaiM iu
irom tno word minu as oniinurwy
11 ho1, nn ivhnn mnn would sneak of tho
mind of man. tho human mind and
tho like. '
When tho despondent Invalid recog-
nlzos that God novcr made a man sick
nor a sick man: that on tho contrary
Ho has nlvcn to man unbroken health:
that sickness Is an' imposition or mor-
tnl mind and is illecltlmato. abnormal.
unrighteous, without divlno law, recog-
tmion ior Kancijon, no 19 tiion reauy
tO tUrn to divlno Mind, God HImSOll.
"Who forglvoth all thlno Iniquities;
wlin hrnlnth nil thv diseases:" fPsatms
A man's highest Ideas of God can
bo no higher than his hlghost concop-
tlon of good, but they should always
bo that high, for God Is Inflnlito, un-
1 1 I
A .thought of somo kind Is tho foun-
uuv.u.., " 1,u"1, , ,u Uli
1 l i i t I tl 1 u
to rlaht hnblta of llvlnir.
Briefly to' cohsldcr1 what constitutes Tho Trotter Agency received a car
prrtyer, laChr,lsta,ti,ScIenQ0, lcfus take load of Maxwell cars yesterday. Mr,
aAfevr extracts' fnohi Its lost book, Trotter goes to Omaha today to see
Scioricb arid Health. Oh tho fourth
pago ot ims romarKaoio cimptor on
i Wr Mrs. Eddy uses thosoIwbrdH:
"The habitual Btrugglo to be always
B ."m Lu c a Inn
.Miui, iuil . iiwu-u .o uiu iJiujci
of forvont dcslro for xrrowth In craco.
expressed In patlcnco. meekness, love
aiid good deeds." And again on page
"Hoir-forgotfulneBs, parity, and af-
foction Aro constant prayers,' - " -
1110 xvoru s prayor' is ropcatcu int
uuiHiuii ui ui unrisxian bcienco aerv-
I6es; and lt is Invarlbly preceded by a
row moments or silent prayor by tho
congregation. Bosldes this, thoro Is
onu short nravor rocommond'ed for
dally use. So slmplo Is lt yet so rov-
eront In Its nhraseolnirv. ho iHronK vit .
unlvorsal In Its Inclusions, so free from
evory suggestion of sect tor doctrine
Is lt, that It can be unreservedly usedM011 yesterday aitoruoon.
oy any sincoro man or woman ot'anv
church or of no church. Hero It Is as
M8.d(1.has,Blvcn tt t0. Ha.s., .
Thy Kingdom come;' lot Hho reign
111 Y 1 1 1 1 1 .
all sin: and mnv Thv Word enrich the
affections of nil mankind, nml ufnvnrn
thorn J" (MnUiml Art VIII Sec. 4.)
Heallnc In Christian Science Is nl-
.ways by means ot prayor. Tho word
generally used is "troatmont," but lt
Is always to bo undorsitood that a
Christian Sclonco treatment Is a pray-
or, and. Just in tho proportion that It
is a rlghteouB prnyor, loes it heal tho
sick and reform tho sinner,
Christian Science is showing that
true gratitude, tho gratltudo that is
oxprcssed In deed as woll as In thought
and word is more than a mere Chris
tian grace, it Is a Christian necessity.
Not that God needs our gratitude, but
that wp need to gtvo It to Him. Gratl
tudo takes our thought from getting
to giving, and ho who gives good gets
For every good that comes to you,
let somo thought of gratltudo to God
ring through tho Innermost chambers
of your heart of hearts. Do this faith
fully and soon you will be doing It eas
ily and soon, too, you will find yourself
bo frequently in tho sweet company of
happiness that life will seem to be
beginning anew. And It will uo the
beginning of now things, for gratitude
Is cne of the gateways through which
God's blessings enter men's lives. If
wo koep It shut, need wo wonder why
more of coed does not come to us?
Tho man wfio Ib 111, the mnn who is
unfortunate, tho man who Is afflicted,
tho man who has not that which he
needs, If ho wonders why, will do well
to ask himself often, "Am I grateful
enough for what I already have?" And
the man who is discouraged has but to
Invite gratitude into his consciousness
to fcoa discouragement Vanish like
darkness before the unuimmeu sun.
An(1 ,hero lct lt bo flald that thoro l8
not ono man on thI Breca carth
dttjr ,)Ut who can nn(1 something for
which to bo Bratofu to God, if ho will
but nunt for lt honestly and earnestly,
christian Science Is tearing tho
mask from 4ho gioomy faco of dlscour-
ftgement and Is exposing it In Its truo
d8lopae It may bo truly saIfl that nlnc
peonIo out of ten 8Ubmlt to UHcourngG.
ment without resistance becauso thoy
do not know ftny bcftori Tnoy do not
know that it Is not only bad, but" dan
Borous. They do not know that lt ,s
moutal IntrU(ler n ,uoral nlusancn
Ways Bhunned a8 0no would shun ln-
Cur For Sale.
Second hand Reo for $225.00. Good
tiros and all othor equipment in good
HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO,
Miss Dorothy Hlnman Is assisting
In tho ofllco of Bratt, Goodman &
During tho storm Saturday evening
f rndtonnn nf Tnlin TiiMrnr
8truck by naming and a corner of
Mrs. Carl Bonner nd Miss Clara
Kano entertained the Tllllkum girls
an tno oasament 01 me upiscopai
cnurcn last evening.
V1, V nrni nml U T. Tnrrlnnnn r-n
turned tho latter part of last week
from Omaha, driving homo two now
cars for the Hondy-Og or Co,
auout jurtnor shipment or cars.
M and Mr8i Frank Dowhowcr havo
announccd tho marriage of their
dnUghtor Naomi L., to John Dioner;
which will tako place at tholr homo
Wednesday ovonlng, Juiso 28th
Floyd Passmoro, who formerly lived
"ere and later wins employed at Grand
Island, has resumed work as brako-
mn f9r He Union Pacific with head-
quarters m tins city.
runn mid Ranch lonns ut lowest
;, ,. 4.,1U ,r1 .. .....,
lc? term. Money on hand
vwv wmm prouipuy.
43tf BUCHANAN & PATTERSON,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doran, of Bur
woll, who visltod MIsb Margaret Mc
Qlnloy this wook while onroute homo
iro " s,x wcokb visit in uaiuornia
Tim iv ,nn nt .i ht
shano, of Sutherland, died the latter
vart of last week of diphtheria. Tho
funeral was lield Saturday in chargo
01 unuortaiccr fliaionoy.
Only two moro weeks and tho store
changes hands, A fnrowoll salo given
tho proprietor to tho public opened
today. Tho entire atock'wlll he sold
,lt lcaH than tho gloods can bo pur
cnasou at wnoiosai today.
F. J. DIENEE CO.
Real 'Estate and Insurance
Come and soo us for town lots ' in
different parts of the city. Good In
vostracnts on easy terms. Houses for
sale and rent. Wo havo also good bar
gains in farms and ranches,
Cor. Front and Dowey Sts.. uputalrs
DOCTOR 1). T. QUIGLEY-.
Practice Limited to
Surtforj' and Itndium Therapy
"23 City National Bunk Building.
In tho District Court let Lincoln Coun
William Robb, 'plaintiff, vs. Cornelia
L. Wright and Wright, her husband
first and real name unknown, defend
Tho dofendnnts Cornelia L. Wright
nnd Wright, hor liusband. first and
real nnmo unknown, will tako notlco
that upon tho 16th day of Juno, A. D.
1916, tho plaintiff, heroin filed tils po-
tltlou In tho district court cf Lincoln
County, Nebraska, against said de
fendants and each of thorn, the object
and prnyor ot said petition being to
navo tno itltlo of tho Northeast quar-
tor of Section 20, Township 13 North,,
Rango 33, West ot tho 6th P. M. in Llnl
coin County, Nobraskn. quieted in said
piaintirr ns against a certain tax foro
closuro, becnuso of tho faot that said
paintlff has been In tho open, notori
ous, exclusive, continuous, adverse
and hostllo possosslon tot said land un
der a tax deed for moro thnn ton years
noxt prior to tho commoncemont of this
action. Plaintiff prays to havo Ithe feo
simple tuio therein quieted in him
and for such other nnd further rollof
In tho premises as may be doomed
propor uy tno court.
You and each ot you nro required
to answer said petition on or beforo tho
31st day of July, 1016.
By Muldoon & Oberst.
IJ20J14 HI3 Attorneys.
Office I'hona 833
Ken. BUck 613
DR. HAROLD A. FENNER
rhr(clin & Surivon.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Physician and Surgeon.
Spoclal Attention Given to Gynecology
Obstetrics and Children's Diseases,
Ofllco McDonald State Bank Building.
Corner Sixth and Dewey Streets.
Phonos, Ofllco 183, Residence 233
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention giren to Surgery
Building and Loan Building
( Residence 115
Hospital Phone Black 633.
Houso Phono Black 633.
W. T. PRITCIIARD,
Eight years a Government Veterlnar-
Ian. Hospital 218-south Locust St.,
ono-half block southwest ot the
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D
Physician and Surgeon
Ofllco B. & L. Building, Second Floor.
Phone, Office, 83; Residence 38.
0. H. Thoelecke.
MINNESOTA MUTUAL LIFE
It's the household word In Western
Nebraska. It's Old Lino, tho best mon-
ov can huv. Tt'a what vow nend. for a
savings bank and Insurance that in-
" ' " '
buiub. j.uoy mi uuy iv.
"Tlinrn Is n T?onnn
For further information
Phone, call' or address
J. E. SEBASTIAN, Statfe Agent,
Aim viu jjiuu miui
NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA.
Bought and highest markat
Reiidanco Red 636 Ofilce 45&
C. H. WALTERS.
Quality Not Quantity
v mnitA pifrnru in tiio umnii nmi in
tho regular sizes preforring to use
nunlltv tolinof-n In nrofornnnn tn ntmn..
tlty. W use only the best tobacco
lor rillor and wrappor and our cus-
fnninM n rn. alnrnira antlaflnil Wn hnn.
dlo a largo lino of smokers' articles,
our display ot pipes being especially
I T CrUMATVUiyn
tf. A U'UlimX'lLa&ilVlLiXS.t
By vlrtuo ot an order of sale Issued
from tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nobraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered In saw court
whoroln David V,'. Daggett is plaintiff,
and Eltnor Daggett et al aro detenu-
ants and to me directed, I will on tno
22nd day of July. 1916. at 2 o'clock p.
m., at tho east front door of tho Court
House In North Platto. Lincoln ocun-
ty NebraskaMwll at Public Auction to
tho highest bidder for caah, to satisfy
said docroff, Interest and costs, tno roi-
lowing described property, to-wit:
Southeast Quarter (SHtt) ot sec
tlon Ten (10). In Township Twolvo
(12). North of Rango Thirty (30), West
of tho Sixth Principal Moridlan, In Lin
coin County, Nobraska.
unttid Norm l'mtte, inod., juno 10111,
A. J. SALISBURY.
6 Reynolds lildpr.
North Platte. Neb.
DEItKYBERRY & FOBBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Director
Day Phono 234.
Night Phone Black CSS.
IV. J. IIOLDERNESS
Notice of Final Report.
Estato of Cornelius Sullivan, deceased
in tho County Court ot Lincoln
The State of Nebraska, to all par
sons Interested in said E3tato tako
notlco that the Administrator has
filed a final account and report
of his administration and a
petition for final settlement and
discharge as such, and for a de
cree of distribution and descent of
tho real property which havo been
set for hearing before said court on
Juno 30, 191G, at 9 o'clock a. m., when
you may appear and contest the same.
Dated Juno 3, 191 G.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
JG-J27 County Judge.
In tho District Court of Lincoln
William Robb and C. E. King, Plaln-
tiits, vs. Allen J. Cloud; and
William Stull, itho solo member
of tho firm of Stull Brothers, De
fondants. The defendants, Allen J. Cloud
and William Stull will take
notlco that upon the 31st day of
May. 191G, tho plaintiffs horein filed
tholr petjjtiion in tho district court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska, against
tho following named defendants: Al
len J. Cloud and William Stull, the
e.ol member of the firm of Stull Bro-
tnorB, tno oDjeci nnu prayer ot saia
petition being to havo tho tltlo to tho
West half of the Northeast quarter
and' tho West half of tho Southeast
quarter of Section 18, Township 13
North, Range 33, West of tho 6th P.
M. Lincoln Coumty, Nebraska, quieted
In said plaintiff, C. E. King as against
a mortgage for $500.00 dated January
30, 1890, and as against a mortgage
for $75.00 Uated January 30, 1890. be
cause of the fact that said plaintiffs
havo been In the open, notorious, ex
elusive, continuous, ndverso and hos-
tllo possession of such land for moro
than ten years nextb prior to
tho bringing ot this action. That
plaintiffs pray to have tho fee slmplo
title herein quieted in C. E. King and
for such other and further relief in
the premises as may bo deemed proper
by tho court,
You and each of you aro required
to answer said petition pn or before
tt mSiaMS. e
, , Plaintiffs,
By Muldoon' a,.Oberst,i Thelr Attor
By vlrtuo ot an order ot sale Issued
from UlO district court Of Lincoln
I ...J.- XT-- 1 J
"SSS'te said 00
Iwhnrnln H. S. Evana In nlalnMff. nnd
1 Benton Taylor et al are defendants,
dav of Juno. 191fi". at 2 n'olor-lt-ti. m..
at tho east front door of tho court
house in North' Platte. Lincoln countv.
Nebraska, sell at public auction to tho
uignest Diaaer ior casu, to sausiy saiu
decree, interest and costs, tho follow
lnB uescrtuou property, to-wit:
ah or aection Nineteen (isn, Town'
ship Fifteen (15), North of Range
Twonty-EIght (28), and West Half of
tho Northeast Quarter (W NE4)
and East Half of tho Northwest Quar
tor fV.U. nf NWI1 lf Qnnllnn Tntnn
ty-four (24), Township Fifteeen (15)
' I a.- . . ri m 1 , j r .
iNuriu 01 ivxugo iiwuniy-nmo zy), an
In Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte, Neb., May 22
1916. A. J. SALISBURY,
Notice to Creditors.
Estato No. 1415 of Mary Ann Hawkins
deceased, in the county court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho state of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said estato will tako notice that
the timo limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said Estato is
December 30, 1916, and for settlement
of said estato is May 26, 1917, that I
will sit at tho county court room in
said county, on Juno 30, 1916, at
o clock a. m. and on Doccmber 30
1916, at 9 o'clock a. m. to receive
oxamlnc, hear, allow, or adjust all
claims and objections duly filed.
m30-J27 County Judge
In tho County Court of Lincoln Coun
In tho Matter of tho Estato of William
H. Spurrier, Deceased.
To tho holrs, creditors, and all oth
er persons interested in tho Estato ot
William H. Spurrier, Deceased.
I ou aro hereby lmtiiiea tnat on tno
29tll day Of May, 191G. N. B. SpUrrior
flled petition In W10 county court
" ,,. ,,uu i "
IT iwitm lit kju in' 1 fcv.vi vuii
If?n th0 ? 01 IVfWii
catur county. Iowai: that ho died
firilzMi of Itlio followinu desdrlbed
proporty situated In Linco.tr county,
Nobraska. to-wlt: Tho ca3t one-half
(E) of tho Northwest quarter
(NW&) and Lots ono (1) and two
(2) of Section nineteen (19). Town
fehlp twolvo (12), rango thlrly-two
(32), "west ot tho 6th P. M.; that tho
potltlonor, N. B. Spurrlor, is a son of
the said William li. apurior, deceased
and has acquired all tho Interest of
tho otner Heirs in ana to uie abov
Tho prayor or saiu petition being
for a determination of tho tlmo of
tho death or said William ti, spur
rlcr, and a determination of tho heirs
of said deceased, and for a decree of
Kinsmp anu tno rigut 01 uescenn ot
tho roal oatato belonging to said de
- ceaseu; mat an claims do parrea
You aro hereby notified that tho
Batno will bo heard at tho county
- court room In tho city of North
iJiatto, in saiu county, on tno sum
uay 01 juue, xuxu, ui uiu uuur in
o'cloclc . TU.
GEO. 13. FRENCH,
J6J23 County Judge,
J. B. BEBFIEL1).
rilYSICLUN & SURGEON
HYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs. Redflcld & Redfleld
Ofllco Phone 642 Res. Phono 676
Notlco of Incorporation.
Notlco la hereby given of tho incor
poration of tho Country Club (of North
Platte, Nebr., wliose principal placo
of transacting its business will bo in
tho City tf North Plattb, Lincoln
The general naturo of the -business
to bo transacted will bo tho main
taining of suitable grounds and build
ings for a Country Club, and tho buy
ing, acquiring, leasing, holding, mort
gaging, soiling, sub-letting of such
real and personal property, as may be
necessary or suitable to the carrying
on of tho business of this corporation,
and tho doing of all other things nec
essary, incident, or suitable, to the ac
complishment of tho purposes of ithls
Tho aniount of Capital Stock shall be
ten thousand dhllars ($10,000.00), di
vided Into four hundred shares of the
par value of tweny-flvp dollars ($25.00)
each, which shares of stock shall be
subscribed for, issued and paid in, as
tho Board of Directors of this Cor
poration may determine.
This corporation shall commence
business on tho first day of June, 1916,
and Bhall terminate on the first day
f June, 196G, unless soonor dissolved
by the mutual consent of the Share
Tho highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this Corporation
shall at any time subject Itself, shall
not exceed two-thirds of tho amount
of Its capital stock
The affairs of this Corporation shall
bo conducted and managed by a Board
of Directors, not less Mian -five In
numher all of whom shall bo stock
holders of this corpoatlon.
The officers of said board and of
this Corporation, shall bo a President,
a Vice President, a Secretary, and a
Treasurer. Said Board of Directors
and Officers shall be elected or chos
en and hold office In the manner pro
vided and directed In the by-laws of
Those Articles of Incorporation may
bo amended, altered, or repealed by
tho Stockholders of this corporation,
at any meeting of tho Stockholders,
regularly called In accordanco with
the by-ftiwr, vrovld5di three-fourth
of the stock issued and outstanding
vote in favor thereof.
In witness whereof, wio have af
fixed our names hereto, this 23rd lay
of May, 1916.
w. h. Mcdonald,
L. C. STURGES,
STATE' OF NEBRASKA,)
County oE Lincoln. )
On this 23rd day of May, 1916. be
fore me, & F. Strauss, Notary Public
in -and for said county, personally ap
peared the above-named, W. H. McDon
ald, L. C. Sturges, and M. E. Scott,
who aro personally known ito mo to
bo the identical persons whose neames
are affixed to tho abov.e articles, as
parties thereto, and they severally ac
knowledged the Instrument to be their
voluntary act and deed.
Witness my hand itho dato aforesaid.
C. F. STRAUSS.
(SEAL) Notary Public.
My commission expires May 11, 1921.
Notlco is hereby glve"n that the as
sessor In and for Blrdwood Irrigation
District, Lincoln County. Nebraska,
has" completed the assessment book
and Ha3 delivered the same to tho sec
retary, and the Board of Directors is
hereby called to meet at the office of
tho Secretary on southeast quarter of
sec. 3G, T. 14, R. 32, Wednesday, July
5, 1916 at 2 p. m. of said dato, to sit
as a Board, of Equalization and to hear
objections to the assessment, and will
remain In session as long as necessary
not to exceed ten days, during -which
time all objections to the assessment
and valuation will bo heard and de
termined. MARY C. MCNEEL.
Dated this 6th day of Juno, 1916.
In the District Court of Lincoln Coun
William Robb, Plaintiff, vs John
Thomas, Mrs. John Thomas, I1I3
wife, first and real name un
known; C. A. Corbott and Mrs. C.
A. Corbott, his wife, first and real
names unknown, Defendants.
Tho defendants, John Thomas, Mrs.
John Thomas, his wife, first and real
name unknown; C. A. Corbett and
Mrs. C. A. Corbett, his wife, first and
real names unknown, will take notice
tthat upon the 31st day of May, A. D
1916, plaintiff heroin filed his pe
tition in tho district court of Lincoln
County, Nobraska, against said defen
dants and each of them, tho objcdti and
prayor of said petition being to have
the title to tho northwest quarter of
Section 27, Township 13, North of
Range 33, West ot tho 6th P. M. in
Lincoln Connty, Nobraska, quloted in
said plaintiff as against a certain tax
foreclosure and as against a mortgage
for $1500.00 upon said lands and
others, dated May 18, 1897, because
of tho fact that said plaintiff has been
in tho opon, notorious, exclusive, con
tinuous, advorse ami hostllo posses
sion of said land under a tax deed
for moro than ten years next prior to
tne commencement of this action.
That plaintiff prays to havo the feo
slmplo tltlo thorln quieted In him and
for' such other and further relief in
tho premises as may bo doomed proper
by tho court.
You and each of you are required
to answer said potlton on or before
tho 17th day of July, 1916.
J0J30 WILLIAM ROBB,
By Muldoon & Oborst;, Ills Attorneys.
Snlc Under Adjuster's Lien.
Notice is hereby given that I will
offer for salo two certain Jacks with
meolo points, four years of ago, now
in my possession to tho highest bidder
for cash, for tho purposo of meeting the
payment ot tho sum of $26.50 and
costs of ealo and keeping from this
dato to dato of sale under my Hon by
virtue of a contract with the agent of
Charles Wilkinson, tho owner of said
animals. Said salo to tako place at
my farm In Sec. 36, T. 13 N., R. 31,
West in Lincoln county, Nebraska on
the 30tl dy ot Juno, 1910, at the
hour of 3:00 P. M.
JO J30 LOUIS REFIOR, Lienor.
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