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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1917)
LUA L. BARE, Editor and I'libUaher.
Que Year by J nil In Adrancii. . . M&!
One Ycur by CnrrJcr In Adrnucc. MM
Entered at North Platte, NobrHska,
Postolllco as Second Class Matter.
CITY AM) COUNTY NEWS
FRIDAY 1EHRUARY 10, 1917.
Wants' Kinkiild'H I'lnci;.
Secretary of State Charley l'oolo hu
nbout deolded that ho will content wiui
Congressman KInkald In 1018 the right
to represent the Sixth district in con
Mr. Pool has boon looking ovor 1th e
returns of the last election and lis
covers that ho carried tlilrty of the
thirty-six counties of that district,
winning out over his ropubiioan op
ponent by ovor 7,000- votos. Ho polled
11,212 moro votes than did the demo
crat who run against Congressman
KInkald, although the latter polled
mora votos than did Mr. Pool.
This far In advanco The Tribune
would advlso Charley to snvo his time
and money necessary to niako the
campaign for Congressman KInkald
can represent tho district so long as
Provident WuiiIh Moro Authority
Tho accumulation of lucldonts in
volvlng violations of American rights
since tho diplomatic break with tier
many is generally believed by admin
istratlon officials to be hastening the
approach of tho hour whan the pre
idont again will go before congress
and ask for additional authority for
tho protection of American ships and
To dotontlon of the seventy-two
Americans brought In on the prizo
ship Yarrowdalo Is rogardod as an
othor acuta Indication of Germany's
dlsrogartl for Amorlcan rights. If, In
fact, ti vigorous protest has not al
ready gono forward, It will bo sent In
tho ' near futuro unloss aormnny
promptly releases tho men.
I'lntlo Thcntro OpeiiH Tomorrow.
Thq Platto thoatro under tho owner
ship and mauagomont of J. T. Norton,
will opon tomorrow. SInco Mr. Norton
purchased tho former Pat theatro and
changed tho namo to Platto, many Im
provements havo bon made. Tho lntor-
ior .has been flnninwhnt rnnini1lnl nii.l
redecorated, as has also tho ontranco,
mo oxtorior ot tiio building front re
painted, a 'nifty sign placed, and tho
wholo placo takes on nit Improved ap-
Mr. Norton, who i8 an oxporlenccd
plcturo show man, promises tho public
a show house that will at all times
meet their approval.
American Schooner to llottoni.
Tho Amorlcan Schoonor Lyman
fti. . i.aw, onrouto from Stockton,
amino, to ' rnlonno, -wns sent
to tho bottom by a Gorman
Buumnrino Wednesday. The captain
and nlno of tho crew, woro landed.
Tho main points to bo dotorniincd
by tho Washington officials aro whoth
or tho ship was attacked without
warning, wnetnor it cnrrlcl contra
band nnd whothor any Amorlcan lives
Miss Katlo Miles spent the first of
nis wpok in sutnennnii.
Ear Corn Kor Sale 1002 North Lo-
.. . . - . - . .. . Til. ;.:.' inn'
LUBl SlIUUl. IJIUIIU iUUi
MIm Florence Stack hats returned
from a visit with rolatlvos in Lexing
ton. ATra M V. Mttnlmll will lnnv nnrf
week for ICoarnoy to spond several
Dr. IJrock, Dentist, aver Stone DriiK
Miss Mario Fojott, of Spauldlng,
visited this weak with Miss Ellen Mc
Carthy. Miss Dolly KIdwell, of Wallace, is
spending this wcok In town with
Mrs J. Chonnoy left thR first o
this wcok for Omaha to visit for sev
Mnrln Tjiw.. rnlmTninl Tinwailtiv from
Gothenburg whoro ho spent a weok
...in. ni n . i..
YViUI I UIUUVUB. I
ATra. Tlnrmnn fllnnflint wlirt linw tmnn
'" - - ....... m.vmw.w., . T . I- ....El IfUUII
visiting in Orand Island, for a uaek,
ii . . -1 i .
win ruxurii louay,
Mrs. John Mnllck rnhirned Tnnmlnv
ovonlng from Sidnoy whoro she visitor
mo nrBi oi tins wook.
MIsh fllnilVH Wliltn linn rntiimiul
from an oxtondod visit In Wolnnobago,
iviinii., wun roiativoe.
Miss Irono Schott who visited in
Omaha the first of this wcok, returned
homo Tuesday afornoon.
Jack Foster, of Omaha, formerly of
this city, who wrts operated upon re
cently la getting along nicoly.
Dr. Mario AmoB returned from Om
aha tho first of this weok after visit
Ing her son for sovoral days.
Mrs. Groeloy Bundy and son George
Nayos returned Wednesday morning
from a fow days visit In Omaha.
Rov. John Linnoy, of Brooklyn, N. Y
who visited Rov, FY. McDald this
wcok has gono to Lou Angelos.
Ilcclnro Wilson Kc-Elccfcd.
Prosldont Wilson was formally nnd
otttWy. dcWod ro-olctod Wednosdny
whon congress in Joint sosslon. as pro
vided by thf constitution, canvassed
tho olectornl Voto of tho states.
A list 'Win 9 submitted to tho chair,
showing that Wilson and Marshall had
received a total of 277 votos and
Hughes and Fairbanks 254 votos.
Arthur D. Wimborly of tho local
shops sustained an Injury to his right
hand a fow dayB ago while nt work.
O. ,11. Gardner, government Inspector
of Union -Pacific cars, loft Wcdneoday
afternoon for Washington, D. C nftor
spending sovoral days horo on busi
ness, Gllbort Pctora. who had been om
Ploycd In Lnramlo for sovoral months
with tho Amorlcan Expross Co., re-
Sunday11181 a"d VoturneJ hon'
Oeorgo Snoll, of Omaha, managor of
tho Barkalow Nowa Co., on tho
Union PaoJflc stations, spent tho foro
part of this week hor on business
vihilo enrouU homo from tho west.
Eighteen cnr of poUitoos formod
part of a train passing through' Uio
early part of tho woek. Thoy'woro
from Twin Falls, Idaho, onrouto to
Chicago, whoro they will cost tho re
tail buyer ubout throe dollars per
Tho Union Paciflo doos not proposo
to bo troublol with futuro snow block
daeo In tho immediate neighborhood
ot Rock Springs Wyo., tho ncono of
the recent trouble Arrungomcnt8 uro
being mado to build two and ono half
milos of stool snow sheds at n cost
of many thousands of dollnrs.
Trnlnmastr John Mullek wont to
Gnuid Island Wednesday to attend
tho B. of R. T. ami O. R. C. ball.
Supposo you Avoro a woman longing
for lovo and synipaty and woro mar
ried to a hard heartqd vllllan; would
you tako tho uamo course as did Madgo
n gypsy maid In Zangwlll's "Tho Mo
nioni IJaforo." showing nt tho KoUh
Saturday night. Perhaps you would but
OVOn tllf'Il. (Ill vnil minnnan unii nmil.l
crtduro tho .trials 'UiIb unfoifunatfc
llttlo woman undergoes? Puullno Fred
erick, as Madgo, nddu ft now typo of
uiiuniciorizauon to tier scroon ropor
torlo. For Salo Sovoral good Poland
China BoarB. Inquire of W. W. Blrgo.
THE HEN THAT LAYS
Is tho hen that n.iVR Tf aim ilna.
not lay. kill hor, but boforo you kill
nor givo nor u. A. Thomas' Poultry
Remedy twlco a day for a week, nnd
then you will not kill hor for sho
will bo paying you a profit. It not
only makes lionajay but It Is a rem
edy for Cliolpra, Roup, and Gapes'
Wo guarantee It 'to euro or wo ro
fund your money. ' Sold by Dorryborry
ft Forbos. tvs
Edwnrd Robhauson, who spent sov
oral weeks visiting his family, return
ed Laramlo th0 first of this week.
Mrs. Harry Williams returned homo
Tuesday afternoon nftor visiting with
rolatlvos In Omaha, for sovoral days.
MIsb Gortrudo Robhauson began
work as book kcopor In tho Hub de
partment storo tho first of this wook.
Mrs. E. R. Bundeck, of Kenesaw,
who was visiting hor paronts Mr. and
Mrs. D. T. Bluo, has roturned to hor
W. W. Koith submitted to an opera
tion in tho North Plntto Gonoral Iiob
pltal tho first of this week and Is doing
MAX FOUND DEAD IN
A REFRIGERATOR CAR
The deadly fumos of a charcoal
burnor In a rofrlgorntor car war- re
sponsible for another death TawJny
night, tho fourth victim at this tor-
minai witnin a year from th0 same
The stiffened ody of tho man -' as
iuuiiu uuoui ono ociock by the en
ployos at tho Icing plant and tho nit
thorltlcs notified. ShnHtT Knlld.Mrv
and Undertaker Malonoy woro call"!,
took charge of tho body and brought
it u mo iiaionoy morgiio.
Tho following morning tho clothing
oi uio man waB searcnod ror Identi
fication bv Donutv Cnnn
Halllgan and Mr. Maloney, and letters
found addressed to both Lox Lallcy
and Joo Wilson, at Coltovlllo, Wyo.,
evldonco that ho had been using one
or tho othor as an alias, A letter
irom l Mrs. I. Innnv nf P.l llonn
Okl.. mxa addrossod to Joo Wilson and
in us conionts sue rerorred to him
as brother. In a lottor tn Snnn lino.
buck & Co., ordoring goods lie had
signeu mo namo or L,ox Jnlloy.
Tho dead man Is about twenty-eight
years of acn and wnnrs tlm ninthna
of a bowboy. Not a cent of monoy
was iounn in ni8 ciotnos.
ni.lrpnPA Mnvori nf Hon trior, nn.l
George Bostwlck loft Thursday for a
business visit through Wyoming and
Colorado. . i m i n.
' leaclier or omging
KOOHEVEl.T APPROVES OF
. Ul'FFALO MMi MONUMENT
Now York. Thcodoro Roosovelt ac
copted an honorary vice presidency In
ino uoi. v. i'v uouy memorial as
sociation of Donver, which will pay the
late Buffalo Bill tho tribute of Amer
ica by orectlng a ninusoleum on top
oi a uoiorauo mountain peak, Lookout
Mountain to bo ro-christoned Mount
Codv. Colonol TlonRnvnIl. wna flio
of a commlttco reprosontlng tho mem
orial oouy anu me united Sfntes boy
scouts, working Jointly with it
In his speech of accoptanco the for
mer prosident caned Colonol Cody nn
"American of Americans," whoso mom.
ory should bo dear in nil Amorlnnna
"Ho ombodlod those trnlts of courage!
sirengtn and self-reliant hardih6od
which aro vnlunbln tn Mm won iminr
of tho nation," ho said, "I trust that
mo nest sculptors In Amorlcan will
bo consulted ns to the monument."
Two federal courts iinvn lilnnirod
tho moves of Cuyahoga county, Ohio,
to pinch John D. Rockofoller for taxes
on $311,000,000 worth of proporty.
Tho county noeds the money. But John
D. known tho touch of Cleveland. Ho
lived there in the wayback days and
still has a summer residence- there.
His steady homo, the courts find, is
among tho Pocantico hills where Hud
son scenory discounts tho dreary reach
es of Lake Erie.
Farm nnd Ranch loans nt lowest
rntos nnd best terms. Money on linnd
to close loans promptly.
43tf BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
mi. JOHN S. TWINEM
Special At(.ontlon to
Surgery, .Gynecology nnd Obstetrics.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Nurse Brown Memorial Hospital.
.Studio 122 West Front.
THAT are earning monthly salaries,
professional and businoss men, mar
ried and single men, In fact all men In
various vocations or lire Who have
MORTGAGED HniwiOH nn TTHwn
BORROWED MONEY to conduct their
uusiness' who will replace that
monthly salary or llnanclal earning
nllllltV nf Vntirfi Mint vnlln ilanonilunl
V ----- . . . . . I. v ... . Ill.l-ltl,
ones and backers arc looking to you
ior Miiuuiu vein ihk TnvrniiT nn
TU.MUUUOW7 Have you mado the
nroner nrnvlnlnim? THESE! Ann
among tho MEN WANTED. Our Old
uuie ijuo Jt'oncios protect, creato a
SaVlnilR for old irt. Dnlnvu nrn ilnn.
gorous. You can't carry the risk,
wnen you can get ono oi.tnese policies
UiN i tXVJ MUiSTHLiY PAY PLAN.
For further information
P.nll. nlinno nr n1lrnt.a
J. E. mSElJASTLN. State Mirr.
me via Jiino JjHo Jinn.
NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA
J. B. JIEDFIELD.
PHVSICUN & SUItGEON
Dra. Redfleld & Redflold
Office Phone 642 Res. Phone 6761
Our Torrlngton Vacuum
sweopor is meeting with such
success, we feel it our duty in
the name of friendship to cal
your attention to this cleaner
It has not only a stronger
suction but also a revolving
brush. Combined as th ev nrn
n this cleaner, they spell sue
cess. We are so pleased with
t3 work that it is a pleasure to
show it. Allow us to call and
make a demonstration. Each
demonstration helps to spread
its fame. It positively does pick
North Platte Light and
We Are Always Ready to Talk
with, you about your building plans, furnish
estimates on your lumber and material bills,
and to impart any information we may be able
Wo don't expect an order every time you
hove in sight, and will just naturally be glad
to see you at any time.
Coates Lumber & Coal Co.
North Platte, Nebr.
Clean Up Sale
Lower Prices than ever on
Furniture and Stoves.
Spend your cash where it goes
farthest, we need the money, you
need the goods. Come in and
look them over, top price paid
tor Furs and Hides.
Mutual Building & Loan Assn.
OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
To Prospective Building & Loan Borrowers;
Non-resident Building & Loan Companies are adver
tising the fact that they have reduced the monthly payments
of borrowers to $1.10 per month on each 8100.00 borrowed,
making the monthly payment the snmo as tho Mutual Build
ing & Loan Association of North Platte. They fail to state
that of tho SI. 10 paid to the non-resident company, there is
only thirty-livo cents credited as a principal payment, the
balance scventy-fivc cents being taken for interest. Of the
$1.10 monthly payment to this association on each S100.00
borrowed sixty cents is for interest and fifty cents is credited
as a principal payment.
This difference in the amount credited the borrower
will result in the borrower in the non-resident company be
ing compelled to pay not less than 25.00 more on each
$100.00 borrowed in order to dischargo the debt than they
would if they were doing tho business with this Association.
Mutual Building & Loan Association.
OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
6th and Locust.
One Hall Block North ol Postoftice.
A -modern Institution for the
scientific treatment of medical;
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ray
nnd diajjnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D.
J. B. Redfield, M. D. J. S. Simms, H.D
Miss M. Sieraan, SnpL
XOT1CU. DKCIIKI2 OV HUIIISIIU'
ty. NeiiroHlCB. ' 1 l "nce-m uoun-
"J't l't on the 8th day of Kebrun?
nlTm-Inn. .iw.V'.i ,u" 1,0"110II lioro 111,
mmiK itVLuV?.1 11,0 snld Job Chambors
it, , --r uoinio oi innor-
& '.VMy" ."ni' 5 0). in
Add.tjon to thV'o y 'of "No?th Pla??e
Lti"? 1 ?8 ,,oon . mn,,e ' o Bald
state for tho appointment of nn nd
i nlstrator. That he loft survlvtiur
nL IPl'Wu- Chambers, his widow!
wS,X2,rri0Hlllntr nt NorU Platto, Neb.
f ''u',nli?,rB.'.a ?." nB8 BO.'rosIdi
',nK "torth Platto, Neb.; Lcona Tift, n
I'latte, Npu.; Alox Chambors, a son. ayzo
4R. res dlpB at North Platte. Neb.;
Mary?JUttman. a dauKhter. age 42, ro
aldlnfr at North Platte, Nob.
Hixld real cBtate Is wholly osompt from
attachment, execution or other mesne
procoss and not liable for tho payment
of the dobts of said deceased, and pray
Ini? that regular administration bo
crertltora nnd Axlnip the date of UU
deiUU nml the doKreo of kinship of hla
a m tnu iihui ui uonuoill 10 BU1U
real estate. i
Rfllll tlfttltlnn Will 1lA ll.n.r1 Tn
4n7 ,n.".-.";".: ......... ...u.wi
"iii ni ociock a. m.. at tne or.
flee of tho county Judge tn said county
Office phone 241. R,es. phone 217
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
. ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Belton Building
North Platte, Nebraska,
Office 333 Res Black 1542
3lt. JIAIIOLD A. EEJTN'EIi
fi Itoynold Building
Office hoitrs 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
7 p. m. to 8 p. m.
UOCTOK I). T. QUIGLEI
Practlco Limited to
Surgery nnd Itndlum TJierapj
'28 City Nntlonul Bnnk Building.
T. II. WALTHEN,
Address Bonfe 2, North Plntto. Nh.
Pliono No. 702F011
Offico Phono 70 Res. nd RM
Sulpho Vapor IJntJis
"WITH REGULAR TREATMENTS
v. . . i.ie, iieu., Jan. 30. 1917
At a roRular mcottn? C, .aVi '.:
rm.nVvUty. Co'?"PlsslonorS of Lincoln
oxnin7nr ti . .."''"".!." oaumato of
lllrdwood brldKo bonds', "prinl 1,uou-
South" Platto" bridge ' bonds.' 150
TI rl II I1 1 TI I n l rl f ti I m a r. ft d ...
Pin r ;..t., i i.ftuo.oo
.. . "','T, ""HUB, iuilici-
pal and Interest i nnn nn
Bostwiok brldBo bonds prlncN 1,D0000
xiu.omc. miUKI) UUnUS, prinCI-
i.ii unii iiiieroHl 700.00
. , y. ...... III IlflllUH
Jo. I, principal and Interost J10.G00.00
No. 23, pr nc pal and Interest 350.00
oi, iirincipai anil interest 2,000.00
0.' Principal and lntorost 100.00
No. 55, principal and Intrust GOO.OO
XT n, ' -..wj'... ..Ill, UHVltJHl OUU.UU
O. I'riiiciiiai anil interest 200.00
No. 105, principal and Intorcst 200.00
Nn 111. lirlnolnfil nn.1 l .
HR I'rlnc pal and lntorost 200.00
No. 120, pr nc pal nnd lntorest 100.00
rtu. n-., principal nni interest 200.00
No. 126, principal and Interest 200.00
No. 137, principal and Interest 300,00
No. 37, Judgment 2.000.00
No. 3, npcclal building' 300.00
sso. 2ti, special uuikiuik' 300,00
No. 33, special building..... 2,000.00
Np. 60, special bulldlnf? 300. 0Q
iU. H. HJ'IlINGIiK.
F. AV. HKUMINGHAUSHN,
S. ,J. KOQ1I,
. M . M U .
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon-
Special Attention given lo Surgery
Office: Buildinir and Loan Buildino
. ... " r
Phones fmH9i3U 11R
TTstnt.. Wn una . . .
HO II. lnnvi (m,1 I,. . 1,.. ...... . r.
Lincoln County, Nebraskn.
xno oiRie oi JNeurasKa, to all persons
interested In said Kstnte take notice
that tho administrator has lllod a Anal
tlon and a petition for final settlement
and dlsoharpe as such administrator,
which havo boon set for h&arlnsr before
said court on March 2nd, 1917, at 10
contest the same.
uated February Bth, 1917.
Hospital Phone Black 633.
House Phone Black 633.
W. T. PJUTCHABD,
Bight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218-south Locust SL,
one-half block southwest of the
DEBRYBEERY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funoml Directors
Day Phono 234.
.Nlght Phono Black 688.
W. J. nOLDERNESS
Wiring Storage Batteries
tJ1.1. P-'W10 22nd day of January, 1917
Si5S2,ll.4.C2P.nt3J! Nebraska. Issued an
..tuuiiiiieiii ior 1110 sum of
LrV$ A" P'JLB before him.
Jackson A. Smith Is defendant, that
property of the dofondant consisting
nr wntvna .... .1 .... . .
v ' "y m n me service
VnSni in ,th0, hantls of th0 Union
Pacific Railroad Company, a Corpora-
V ' V. . uimcucu uuuer saiu or-
V?fu ?ald Sa,H? was continued to the
ICth day of March, 1917, at 10 o'clock
a. m. phas r wnnf.-
K1IIltTlI?U u t r
Tlv vlrtll.. nf nn n .. .1 m . .
frnm tfo o TTii a. i A. .. ... aiu J.asu?a
nni ntv m", " 1 . Ul, '"coin
.,vu,anti, uijuu u uecree or
foreclosure rendered in said Court
and Robert S. Hopper- is defendant, and
r ; uluu' 1 w,u on lno xtn aay
u f ourunry, ivu, at 2 o'clock P. M.,
at the east front door of the Court
jtjuuhu in norm i'latte, Lincoln County,
(If OPfifl Intnenaf nn,1 tu. n t
described property, to-wit: Southeast
S""' '' SLSv' ul oecuon i ivo (i).
Tli'rty (30), west of the 6th P. M., in
" 00 1917 North PIatte Neb January
A T C1AT OT3TTT1V
J23-5w " ' Sheriff. ,
5S.O0 Per Ton.
$10 Per Ton.
Highest Price for Hides and
WE BUY RAGS.
CORNER FRONT AND LOCUST
NOTICE FOR l'UIIMCATION'
serial no. o&7nc
i.n... ...... . i. .. ,
U. S. Land Olllce at North Platte, Nebr.,
IvntlnA la 1 . n t . r . 1. . . 1
II. Hamm, of North Platte, Nebr., who,
?n Nov. 20, 1913, made Homestead eii-
, r. . . ' " l- " - 74 . Willi illt4
SliJU, Soctlon 20. Townshii) IS. N..
KanBe 29, Y 6th Principal Meridian,
1. . iiuiiuh ul iniiuiuii io maKo
(Itlnl 1 1 n . i vrtxnw I") . .. . . . . i
claim to the land above doscribed, be
i,ore., tU? Register and Receiver, at
North Platte, Nebr., on the 7th day ot
Claimant names as witnesses: Robert
Tin 1 1 o n f Q t n .i 1 t n X . .. i.r in..
, " . ........ ,inui,, t III. L I L l -
man of North Platto Neb.. Garrteld
Gutherless, of North Platte, Nebr.,
NnMinti Qnff t C3n 1 xr. i
J23-GW E. J. EAMES. Register.
Bought and highest market
Residence Red 636 Ofilce 459
C. H. WALTERS.
. , wuiini "tn iuku notice
t hilt nn tVtn 11thlnif a TnnH.. tntn
1?. TT. lllllvnn n liiof nn n ..V 1
North Platto Precinct No. 1, Lincoln
Y"ulll'i tiouiawiu, iBnuea an uruor ot
Attachment for the sum of 1.7G, which
said sum wns amended on Jan. 19th,.
I"", i" ronu ?u.v&, in an action now
pending before him, wherein Tho Star,
bu,,uiuuuji, Id flfilllllllL UI1U JnCKSOR
A. Smith Is defendant; that property
consisting of money in the sum of
tr.O In .La V.n.l.. . I. T t I
clflc Railroad Company, a corporation,
line Ml 1. n...t... .1 I .1 . '
" ..aw, .ikitiuncii ujiuui miiu uruer,
Raid cause was continued to tho 5th
day of March, 1917. at ten o'clock a. m.
.IVtllCU UUIIUULY faU. lUll
LET US INTRODUCE
E. J. VANDERHOOP,
' Pres. for Plaintiff.
QUALITY TO YOU
Quality ln Cigars has has been our
aim slnco two began making cigars In
North Platto ovor thirty years ajro.
Wo put quality in tho first cigars wo
mado, and that samo quality la in tho
cigars wo mako today. Schmalzriod'H
Cigars havo stood tho test of those
moro than thirty years. What uroator
ovidenco of quality could you desire?
If you havo not boon smoking Sshmalz-
dlod's cigars, try them thoy aro cor
tain to please.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
. .Notlcn la hornhv irlvAn thnt w vlr.
tuo of an order Issued to mo by the
District Court nf T.lnnnln rnnntv 7v!
braska, in an action wherein Wesloy
T. Wilcox and John J. Halllgan are
plaintiffs and Herman Einstein, Ma
tilda Einstein. I.orinnl.l P.tnut
Elnstoin, Holen Einstein, Daniel
Thcodoro Elnstoin and Gretchen Ein
stein, and tho unknown owners
and tho unknowwn h
North Half of tllo North Half of Sec
tion iwoniy-six (2B), Township Six
toon (10). North nf T?n
nino (29), West and being the heirs,
dovisees and legatees and personal
rm.pnonn4nH.,n. .f v .. ..
.v,mvov,uiuiivbS ol ioma josepn n;in
Stoln. HCrman 'Rlnsi-Aln Mntn.in -mtn.
stoin, Leopold Einstoln, Max Elnstoin,
Helon Elnstoin, Daniel Thcodoro Eln
stoin and Orotchon Clara EJnstein
aro dofenjlnnfn. t win n im
r ..... v... wiu x 1 1.14
day of February, 1917, at tho hour of
two o'clock P. M. at Uio east front
dOOr Of thn f!nnrt TTnn
North Platto, Nobraska, soli at public
uuuuou u tuo nigncst bidder for cash,
tho followln doscribed real estate- eit-
UatO ln LinCOltl Cniintv Hahrnolrn
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wit: North Half of North Half of Sec
uon i-wonty-six (2a), Township Six
teen (16), North of Rango Twonty
nino (29). West, of tho tho Cth P. M.
Dltrwl tlila IKHi ilnu P Tn n h iait
j O. E. ELDER,
flCm2 County Judge
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