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IRA L. BARK, Editor nnd luhUskor.
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Entered nt Nortb (Motto, Nebraska,
Pontolllco as Hocooit (Mass Matter,
TUESDAY, .MINI: .", 1017.
Droit Law CoiiHlltiitlniiul.
A San Francisco dispatch says: The
alalm that tlio soloctlvo draft panod
by congroB May 17, violated tlio fod
oral constitutional provisions prohib
iting "slavory nnd Involuntary servi
tude," advnucod by Fordlnand Claud
lu, of Oakland, Col. , waH character
ized by tlio fiupromo coort na "utterly
A previous application for similar
rollof was denied by tho court without
coiniiiont. Claudius' counsol declared
that ho would tako his application to
tho United Statos supremo court.
Last month's woatlior was Bomowhat
unusual, for it was not only the cold
wit May with ono exception that wo
havo ovor had, but with two excep
tions It was tho hottest May. Tho moan
temperature last month was fifty-throe
whllo' tho normal for tho month Is
flfty-nlno. Tho precipitation lust month
was 4.44 inchos, or 1.38 Inchon abovo
tho noraml for May. During tho month
tlioro wore slxtoon days on which
more or loss rain foil. The accumu
lated proclpltatlon slnco January 1st
1b 2.01 Inchos; that Is wo havo hnd that
much more than tho avorago for the
first flvo months of tho yoar.
31 list Faco Slcrn Jtcnllty.
In an addross at Oonova Wodnos
day, Congressman Sloan nppoalod to
his hoarors to understand tho truth
of this war, recognize tho roal situa
tion and faco tho storn reality. "Wo
miiBt bond out back to tho bunion,"
said tho congressman, "arm for tho
battlo and fight like fiends with all
tho sclonco of civilization and tlio
.t1.l .V .1 I t I i
unlink "i inuuurn iiarimrism.
Congressman Sloan, frosh from
"Washington, understands conditions;
ho knows -what wo aro up ngalnst, and
ho llko many othors who aro woll
vorsed, Is attempting to wako tho poo
plo up to tho roal situation.
Naval Training AHHocIatloti.
Lottor from tlio chairman of tho
Naval Training Association writes as
follows concerning tho upkeep of this
association: "Our Association has
boon officially recognized by tho Sec
rotary of the Navy to carry on this
work, but mp rccolvo no financial sup
port from tho government. Thoro
foro wo aro forced to call upon tho
pooplo who aro public spirited onough
to bo willing to glvo of tholr monov in
ordor that our work may contlnuo of
llciallv. YonrR for
Lopnurd W. Trostor, Chairman N. T. A.
oi uio u. a. (central Division.
l.llK'nlit Mnli Aiiftl 1.1 imir
Loroa Hastings roproaontB tho na
soclatlon In this sootion and will ro-
Keen the Vui A. Hull
"Ono Plain lllltv of natrlntlum In
war tlmo," says tho Chicago Tribune,
"Is to koen tho not. il imiIHui' Vnu ia
wicked but logltlmato spending Is a
vumu. wiiain uio uounus or reason go
on spending. It promotou business as
usual. It stoadlos tho state. And what
npplloa to tho Initilvlilnnl ntmii.
equally to mitulclpalltlos, common
wwftlths, and tho rodoral govornuiont.
Lot. tlioro bo no liavoo wrought In tho
building trade and Its half dozen allied
Industrie In tho numo or patriotic
This "undobttxllv in in. If lnl,i nil
"lay down" on coutomplntod building
operations; If wo conclude to post
pone tho building of tho houso wo
oxpootod to erect, our earpontora and
mnHons will bo out of work, our luni
bor yardB will do no business, our
hardware morchiuitH wilt sell no sup
plies. Labor and lunibor Is not llkoly
io do oucapor next yoar than this;
iiioy win prouawy do higher.
f CI'PV AND COUNTY NKWS
Frank Plolstlckor was a buslnoss
visitor in Ogalallti yoetordny.
For Salo Oood wagon. Inqulro at
im onm jjtii stroot or Phono Ilk. 188
Id, W. Walkor euiiin Hnmbiv f rnm
Omaha to visit his family for a fow
Mra. Louis Potorson wont to Omaha
yustorday to visit rolatlvoa for a fow
Mm, J. M. Monnov rnttirnml In rnn
Vor thlB luornlug aftor visiting friends
Miss Pansy Mmplo, ot Toxas, 1b a
guot nt tho homo ot Mr, ami Mrs. Joes
John Whin. Harrv I.nmiin nml At
bert Wontonfeld roturnod last ovonlng
Mrs. Oeorco W. Fin
vor this morning to visit her sister for
u iow onys.
H. L. Graved onmn In frnm tlm vna
this morning and will visit frlonds for
u any or so.
uio mooting or tuo Howona Clrolo,
nnnounood for this afternoon, hat boon
Dr. nnd Mra. I). 13. Morrill nnd
(iaugntar Alum loft yostexday for a
visit in Omaha.
W. J. Ilotldv caaa to I.nuiui emmfv
tomorrow 1o dollvor a now Studobakor
six to Morrla Morrison.
For Salo All my household good
consisting of chirm olosot, dining
room tablo, davenport, rango, bod
room sultos, etc. Mrs. Hattlo Wilson,
ou noma rino, pnono Black 270.
Uortha and Ruffles limit, nf nniiinn
burg, wora callod lior0 tho lattor part
of last wook by Uio illnosa of tliolr
llttlo Biator Dorothy Brott,
Mlua Vora Cartor roturnod Saturday
to Jior homo In Tryon after Bpendlug
a wook as tho guost of tho Mlssoa
Coinpiui)- K Kiillsiiiicuts.
With tho olght or ton ohlHtrnents ro
colvod the lattor part of lust Wook
from Oslikoffh nnd Lowollon, Com
pany E of this city now has, or had
up to yesterday morlng, ono hundred
and twonty-uAb. Captain Hnlllgan bo
llovos that following the registration
today the applications will Increase
more rapidly and 'that the full quota
of tho company will soon bo had.
: :o: :
A Washington dispatch says: The
govornment will draft slackers first.
Porsons who nttempt to ovado military
service by staying away from the reg
istration booths today nnd conspira
tors agalst tho draft law will bo called
upon llrst for sorvlco In the nai con
scription army. Tlioy will bo sont to
the trenches with tholr scntencos for
failure to roglstor banging ovor them.
This statomont wns Issued by Attor
noy Genoral Gregory.
I Company I', Ounce Tonight.
A dance for the benefit of the mess
fund of Company K will bo hold at the'
Lloyd this evening. We loam that thei
sale of tickets has not boon ns large
as had boon expected, which is dis
appointing to tho boys who have vol-1
untoerpd their sorvlcos in behalf oft
tholr country. No ono can afford to
bo a slackor thoso days, oven though'
It may on-tall a llttlo socrlflco. Those
who havo not purchased tlckots should
not fall to purchaso.
Two Sunday .Horning Weddings. j
Miss Mary F. Cralglo nnd Clarence
II. Splcor woro married at six o'clock
Sunday morning at tho Church of Ouri
Saviour. Archdoncon J. J. Uowkor was'
tho officiating clergyman. Miss Mabel!
Sawyer and David Brooks woro the
attondonts. Mr. and Mrs. Splcer loft!
by auto for an oxtonded visit In Col-'
orado points nftor which thoy will
bo at homo in this city. Tho brldo Is
tho daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth
Crulglo and for soveral years has been
employed as cashier In tho Wilcox
Department storo. She has ondoarcd
horsolf to a largo clrclo of frlonds. Mr.
spicor is ono or uio most popular
and ontorprlBlng young buslnoss men.
no Is In chargo or tho Splcor- Delivery
Co. and enjoys tho friendship of muny
A nulot wedding took placo Sun
day morning at nix thirty when Miss
Mabel E. Somlycr and David M. Brooks
woro married nt tho Mothodlst church
by Hov. B, A. Cram. Attendants wore
Mr. and MfB. Claronco Splcer. Mrs.
Brooks has boon employed as assis
tant In tho Mitchell Dental offlco for
several yonrs and Is an amlablo and
efficient young lady? the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sawyor, Sr. Tho
groom caino to thin city four yonrs
ago and has mado many friends hero.
Ha Is engngod i'n Klo vulcanizing
business on Locust street. Aftor a visit
In Denver thuv wlil be at home In
: :n: :
Hod Cross N'olcs
Tho national authorities havo grant
ed us tho 'prlvllogo of making "com
fort" bags for Company B. Somoono
liiqulrod why wo neod ask ponnlsslon
to contribute anything groat or small
for tlio wolfato of our own boys. But
tho necessity for tho sanction of tho
national society In this and In ovory
nctlon wo take will bo appreciated
whfu It Is undorstood that mHillo in
our Individual capnoltlos wo can do
anything for our boys that our hearts
dlctato wo could not dlvort to tholr uso
money or materials gathorod for Bed
CmBH sorvlco without specific permis
sion rrom tho dopartmont undor which
wo work. Tho porsonnl lntoroat all
must feol In this work for Co. 13 should
Inwnro ovoryouo bolng ready with boiho
ot tho nrtlclos montlonod In lust Fri
day's Trlbuno when tho commlttoo
calls. It Is hopod that ovoryouo will
bo roached w'lthln tho next wook or
Wodnosday a oonrotftn2asannob-f
Wodnosday aftornoon at 2:30 tho
chn'ptor will hogln actlvo roork on tho
"comfort" bugs, aurglcal drosslngs, otc.
A lut go room on tlio Bocond lloor ot tho
fotloral building has been placed at
our disposal and ovoryouo Is nsked to
como out and help whothor a monibor
of tho chaptor or not. Bring your
thlmblo and bo proparod for work.
Our wookly buslnoss mooting will bo
hold In tho fodoral court room Wod
nosday ovonlng at olght o'clock. Ev
eryone Is lnvltod.
i ! Q i
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Mltcholl loft Sat
urday ovonlng for Omaha whoro tho
former will attond tho stato dontal ub
Boclntlon nnd tho lattor visit rola-tlvos.
One Naturally Feels Chagrined
to see his neighbors making improvements,
which arc just as badly need on his own
premises. The thing to do is to follow
suit. You'll feel hotter and your property
will he benefitted, keep pace with the im
provemcnt of the day and sco us for
Lumber and Building Material
Coatcs Lumber & Coal Co.
North Platte, Nebr.
Avcllno Gatos returned to Grand
Island this morning aftor visiting his
mother for a week.
Benl Ilsliilc and Insurnncc.
Come and sco us for town lots in
different parts of tho city. Good .In
vestment), on easy terms. Houses for
sale and rent. Wo havo also good bar
gains In farms and ranches.
F. J. MENKIl & CO.,
Cor. Front and Dqw-oy Sta-, upstairs.
J)K. HAROLD A, FENNER
G Reynold Building
Office hours 0 a. m. to 5 p. m.
7 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Offlco 333 Res Black 513
One Half Block North ot Postoflice.
A modern institution for the
vcientine treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Rny
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Denl, M. D. Y. Lucas, M. P.
J.B. Redfield, M. D. J. S. Simms, M.D
By vlrtuo of un order illroctlng the
rcforoo to rnnko a snlo, which order wns
IsMied from tho District Court of Lin
coln Coijlltv. NubniMkn. tmnii ti ilnrron
of partition and tho confirmation of
tlio roforoo'H report rondorod jn said
uuuri, wiiurem . i.iuio jm, .uenn, llosn
Kshon nnd Illueford Anway aro jilnln
tlffs nnd Thomas Anwnv nnd liltlml An.
.vny, his wife; IowIh Anwny nnd Ooldlo
Anwny, his wlfoj Jnno Grimes nnd
.lames urinies, nor husband; Amn is.
DonnldHon. llenJnmln Anwnv nnd
Annie Anwny, his wlfo; JoHoph IlarrlH,
single; and Harris nnd Harris,
his wlfo, whoso llrst nnd renl unmet) nro
to your Hiild plnintlffu unknown: Hruco
HhIioii, liURbnnd of Uohu ISshon; Hush
M. Denn, hUHlmnd of UUIe M. Venn;
Ooorjjo Anwny, an lncompotont nnd XV.
H. Fast, superintendent of tho Asylum
for tho InHiiuo of Nobrnakn. in whoxn
custody and enro George Anwny Is nt
imp iiroHeni nine; juhiv Anwny, nn in
COlllDotont. nnd Dr. (1. I) nrllllth. Rimir
iutendent of tho Nohraskn Institution
for Feoblo Minded Youtli nt Hontrlce,
In whoso custody nnd caro said Kiln An
wny Is nt tlto prchont tlmo; John AV.
Kowler nnd Iturtha U Fowler, his wife,
parties In possession of said lands;
and Ooorgo O. Fowler nnd Dolllo M.
Fowlor. his wife, imrtlcs In nowflcsslnn
of snld lnilds. and to mo directed 1 will
on mo utn nay or July, 1U17, at two
o'clock 1'. M. at tho Kast Front Door
of tho, Court Houso in North I'lattq, Iiln
coln County, Nebraska, sell nt .public
auuuuii hi wiu niKiiesi duhioi ror cami
tlio following described renl estate, to
wit; All of Section Flvo (6), in Town
ship Twelve (12), North of Hnngo Thir-ty-ono
(31). AVest of tho 0th P. M.: tha
.South Half of the Northeast Quarter
in'.-i JNiiiVi) nnu lois uno ami two (l &
2), nil in Section Six (0), in Township
I weivo usj, jorin ot uaiiKO Tiurty
ono (31), AVost of tho flth 1'. Jl ; and tho
I South Hnlf (SV4) of Section Thlrty-
mreo (.jj;, in iownsnip Tiiirtceu (laj,
North nf Itrnifri. n'hlrtv-ntift Wt.ut
1 of tho nth 1. St.. all of said lnnd bolng
. lucmeii in jiiucoin county, reurasKa.
Dated tills -I tit day of Juno, 1917.
I O. 13. 10LD13R.
MlTIOli TO Clir.iii'rmiH
Fstato No. 1180 of Paulina .Immor,
iloceased, In tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said estate will tako notice that tho
tlmo limited for prosentatlou and (II
Iiik of claims iiKalnst snld cstato is
January 0, 1018, and for settlement of
said estate Is June 1. 191K: thnt I will
sit at tlio county court room In snld
county, on July (!, 1917, nt 9 o'clock
a m , nnd on January C. 1918, at !)
o clock a. m.. to rocovo, examine, hoar,
uiiiMv, ur unjust nu cinims ana oujec
tlons duly nicd,
OI30. 13. FHI3NCII.
JG--1W County Judge
,n (lei- of Petition
Palnln Wn 1 .1 C 1 nt I.' ., 1 1 TfA1t
Simms, doconsed in tho County Court
h. Mtnfn nf Vu iMaLn rrn ..II
Intorosted In said ISstato tako notice
that a petition hns boon nicd for
fit,. nimnntl l.inlt rxt Atom 11 I ... ...
luitiiiHutu J I 4lllltl J. OIIII1IIO
as ndmlnlstrntrlx of snld Estate, which
hns boon Bot for hearing heroin on
iuiio 4.., ivn ui v o ciocit n, m.
Dated Mny 23d, 1917.
GICO. 13. FltBNCH,
11129-J10 County Judgo
Nurse Brown Memorial
When requiring hospital care
Horo your lntorests and comfort will
bo served. It Is not th0 biggest, but
ono of tho best places wherein to
J00S West Fourth Street.
Dr. J. S. Twinem.
DR. JOHN S. TWINEM
Special Attention to
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics.
NOltTII PLATTE, NEB.
Nurse Bncwn Memorial Hospital.
ALUEJIT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Helton Building
North Platte, Nebraska
J. II. KEDFIELl).
PHYSICIAN & SUHGEOJt
PHYSICIAN SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs. Rcdfleld & Redfield
Offlco Phone 642 Res. Phone G7(
Office phone 241. Ilea, phone 217
L. C . DilOST,
, Osteopathic Physician.
North Platte, - Nebraska.
McDonald Hank Building.
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given to Surgery
Office: Building and Loan Buildlnn
i none Re8idence 116
DOCTOR I). T. QUIGLEY
Practice Limited to
Slavery and Rndium Therapy
728 City National Bank Building.
BEJIItYBEItRY & FOItBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day Phone 234.
Night Phono Black 588.
Mathewson & Shank
PLASTERING AND STUCCO
Phone Red 317 or Blk 907
MIXED SCRAP IRON
$6.00 PER TON.
MACHINERY CAST IRON
$10 PER TON.
All Junk is high. Bring it in.
North Platte Junk House
Hospital Phone Black 633.
Houso Phone Black 633.
W. T. PKITCIIABD,
Bight years a Government Veterlnar
Ian. Hospital 218-'30uth Locust St
ouo-half block southwest of the
LET US INTRODUCE
QUALITY TO YOU
Quality In Cigars has lias been our
aim slnco two bogan making cigars In
North Platto ovor thirty yoara ago
Wo put quality in tho first cigars wo
mado, and that samo quality is in tho
cigars wo mako today. Schnialzrled's
Cigars havo stood tho test of those
moro than thirty years. What greater
ovidonco of quality could you doslre?
It you havo not boon smoking Sshmalz
dlod'a cigars, try them thoy aro cor
taln to plcaso.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
Bought and hightst market
Residence Red 630 Ofllce 459
C. H. WALTERS.
Quick Clean Way
You avJH not know true satis
faction in cooking until you
uso n gns stove. Arrange for
jour stove now, Jieforo tho rush
begins. lVc con do your work
North Platte Light
& Power Co.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho as
sessor In and for tho Blrdwood Irri
gntlon District, Lincoln county. Ne
braska, has completed the assessment
book for said district and has dollvered
tho same to the secretary and the
board of directors is hereby called to
meet at the offlco of tho secretary on
southeast quarter of Sec. 3G, Town 15,
north of rango 32 West of Gth P. M.
Tuesday, Juno 5th, to sit as a board of
equalization and to hoar objections to
tho assessment and to remain in ses
sion as long as necessary not to ex
coed ton days, durlnn which tlmo all
objections to tho assessment" and valua
tion will bo heard nnd determined.
Dated this 21st day of May, 1917.
MARY? C. McNEBL, Socy.
Notlco for Kids
Notlco is heroby given that sealed
bids for tho construction of a now
School hoUSO in and fnr Rolinnl nia.
trict No. C5, in Lincoln County, State
ui ixoorasita, win bo received at tho
offlco of tho Director of said district in
tho town of Wallace, Lincoln County,
Nebraska, up to tho hour, of 6 o'clock
p. m. on Monday, July 2, 1917. Plans
and specifications of said school houso
aro on fllo In tho office of said director
In tho town of Wallace, Lincoln
County, Nebraska, and may bo exam
ined by any prospective blddor. All
bids must bo accompanied with a cer
tified check In an amount equal to flvo
per cent of tho amount of tho bid mado.
Board of Directors resorves tho right
to rojoct any and all bids.
nn ?hD'i?.0,"nV'e11 ";Ul,tUke "Otlc0 that
on tho Hth day of May, 1917, P. H.
t&Im1?'!! Jut,co, f the peace, of
North Platto Precinct No. 1, Lincoln
County, Nebraska, Issued an order of
attachment for the'sum of $92 80 with
interest nt tho rate of ten per cent per
annum from above date In an nctlon
pren2!n,? before him. wherein Margaret
M i?U,u2 lH I'lalntlfT and Asa D. Corn
wall defendant, that 'proporty consist
Ln??:'Jj "A" J!?"??. the Union
...... ....... ui.u uiuji.iiiy, a corpora
tion, has been attached under sdld or-
Said cause was continued until tho
2clay of July, 1917 at ton o'clock a. n"
Dated this 22d day of Mav. 1917
moo 1 MAHGAUET M. STILTS.
MH'ioi: op nx.vi. mn'oiiT
Estate of Elsborry W. Crane, doceas-
ni'... Mi" 1 cou,nty court ot Lincoln
Tho State ot Nebraska, to all per
sons Interested in said estnto tnke no
tice that tho Administrator has filed
a nnal account and report of his ad
ministration and a petition for final
settlement nnd discharge as such,
which havo been sot for hearing before
said court on Juno 29, 1917, at 9
?'.k. m" wllon you n,ay appear
and content tho same.
Dated Jimo 1, 1917.
' CEO. E FRENCH,
J5'3" County Judge.
Jjolleo to on-IUNldrnt Defendant,
Clifford A. Thomas will tako notice
iMLV th0 0tU ?yt Iay. 1917. I. L
Mlltonborgor, a Justice of the peace, in
and for Lincoln County, Nebraska, is
u2aan,.od0r of attachnnt for tho sum
of J100.00 In an action ponding before
Sfni8 ? St?1"0?0? J5nes- minor, is
.............. vmiuni v. x nomas, is ue-
fendant; that proporty of the defen
dant consisting, of one Premier nvo
eon attached under this ordor. This
cause was continued to tho 25th doy
II f Turin 1117 . ri .. , "
North Platte, Nobr., May 12th, 1917
o.,-ii , JOHN JONES,
Guardian nnd next friend of
Estate No. 1178 of Joseph M. Wilson,
deceased, in the County Court of Lin
coin County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said estate will take notlco that the
time limited for presentation and fll
Inr of claims against sail rstate is
January C, 1918, and for s-it meat of
said estate is June 1. 1918; t-.at I will
sit at tho county court room in said
county, on July (i. 1917, at 9 o'. clock a
111., and on January 6, 1918, nt 9 o'clock
a. m., to receive, examine, hoar, allow
or adjust all claims and objections duly
I'0'1- GEO. K. FKENCH,
?'' County Judya.
Onlrr of Hearing.
1,1 41Il0v,c.0l,nt.y Court of Lincoln
County. Nebraska, In Probato. ,v'ul"
wm. '.''"t JIRt.t0ir U,e Estate of
W llllain L. Antrim, doceased, Tho Stato
of Nebraska, Lincoln County. SS
n.0nm,Teaine an'L flllnS tho potltlon
of Timothy nufferty, praying that
regular administration of said estate
may bo waived as provided by Sections
1366-7-S-9 and 1360 of tho Rev se.l
Statutes of Nebraska for the year 1913.
It Is ordered that June 8th, 1917, at 9
o'clock In the forenoon Is assigned for
hearing sa il petition, when nil persons
Interested In said cstato may appear In
tho County Court in probate, to bo
heard In and for said County, and show
cause why tho prayer of said potltlon
should not bo granted.
This order to bo printed and publish
ed for three consecutive weoks In the
North Platto Tribune, a legal eemU
wookly newspaper of said county, prior
to said date of hearing.
,K GEO E. FRENCH.
mlBJ5 County Judge.
NOTICH OK KIXAfj ItlU'OUT
Estnte ot Joseph Harsliey, decefisoil
in the County Court of Lincoln Coun
The Stnte of Nebrnska, to all ner
HoiiH Intoreatcd In said estate, take no
tlce that tho Hxeoutrlx has filed a final
account of her administration and a
petition for final settlement and dls
oharge as such, which havo been set
for hearing before said court on Juno
i'i, 1917, at 9 o'clock a. m., when you
may appear and contest the same.
Dated May 25, 1917.
oeo. n pnrcvftr
To Mary Ellon Chandler, non-resident
YOlFwlll tako notlco thnt T.milo,.
Cody has filed hor petition In tho Dis
trict Luurt ui ijiiicuiii uouniy, Nebras
ka, against you as defendant, tho ob
ject and prayer of which aro to quiet
uiul confirm title In said plaintiff and
in various Krantccs, to certain por
tions of tho following described lands,
situated in Lincoln County, Nebraska.
to-vlt: Uenlnnlng at a point 11. G feet
south and 990 feet west of tho quarter
section corner on tho north line of Sec.
ii, twp 11, Kb'. 30, W., this belns a
point 21) ft. south from the center line
of the Plntte Vulloy Irrigation District
canal, thence west parallel with the
north lino of snld Sec. 32 and said
canal, 1G29.22 ft., to a point 11.5 ft. south
of the NW corner of said Sec 32, thence
south on section lino between Sees. 31
and 32, a distance of 959. C5 ft. to a
point COO feet from tho center
line of tlio Union Pacific Itall
road original main track, measured at
a right angle, thence south SO degrees
east, parallel with said railroad, a dis
tance of 1C55 ft. to a point 990 ft. west
of the north and south center lino of
said sec. 32; thence north parallel with
said center line, 1235.1 to tho place of
beginning, being the lnnd embraced
and contained in Scout's Kest Addi
tion to tho City of North Platte, Ne
braska, and which said suit Is prose
cuted by the said plaintiff In hor own
behalf and on behalf of said grantees,
and particularly to qulot and conrtrm
title in said respective ownors against
certain proceedings had in the District
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska, for
the sale thereof by ono Ellen 13. Chan
dler, guardian of the defendant, Mary
Ellen Chandler; and further to set up
and establish now and independent title
In her and the said grantees, by reason
of the adverse possession thereof by
said plaintiff nnd her grantees and her
grantors for more than 10 years last
You will make nnawer to snlil no.
tltlon on or before tho 9th day of July,
1917, or decree will be entored against
you as In said petition praypd.
LOUISA M. CODY,
By EVANS & EVANS, her attorneys.
To all to whom It may concern:
j. nu oiietnu commissioner appointed
to locate a public road as follows:
Commencing at the northwest cornei-eW
of section ton, township thirteen, range
twenty-eight and running olght miles
north to tire Northwest corner of sec
tion thirty-four, township fifteen, rango
tWOntV-lrlcht. lin rnnnftml I.. t
of the same.
All objections thereto, or claims for
damages must be filed In the ofllce of
tho County Clerk on or before 12 o'clock
noon of the 27th day of July, A D.
1917, or such road will be allowed with
out reference thereto.
Dated nt North Platte, Nebr., this 17th
day of April, 1917.
A. S. ALLEN,
ond No. -loll.
To all to whom It may concern:
The special commissioner appointed
to locate a public road as follows:
Commencing in tho center of Section
'n'n,10;" ton (10 range twenty
nine (29), thence west on half section
mm nno.linlf i. II.. ......... I .. ...1.1. ,
K' " O D . .-, "IIHLtllllh Willi IU11U
No. 2S, has reported In favor of the same
...in mo luiiuwuiB cnange: inat sam
road run east on half section to about
GO rods from the east line of section G,
and thence In a northeasterly direction
on west side of canyon to the north
east corner of section G, following
present road ns now traveled and also
south from said half section lino in Bee
tlon G, past J, E. Cooper's house fol-
lowing road as now traveled and con- W
nectlng with Uond No 71. 7,
All objections thereto, or claims for
damages, must bo filed In tho ofllce of
tho County Clerk on or before 12 o'clock
noon of tho 27th day of July, A D.
1917, or such road will be allowed with
out reference thereto. ,
Dated at North Platte, Nebr', this 19th
day of May, 1917.
A. S. ALLEN,
To Henry Echtenknmp and
Echtenknmp, wlfo of defendant Henry
Echtenkamp, nrst nnd real name un
known; Henry Miller and Miller,
wife of defendant Henry Miller, first
nnd real name unknown; Louis Miller,
and Miller, wife of defendant
Louis Miller, first and real name un
known: Fred Miller and Miller,
wlfo of defendant Frod Miller, first and
renl name unknown; "William Miller
J.'.1.11.. T Miller, wife of defendant
William Miller, nrst and real namo un
known; Etta Luktinholder, a single wo
man and William LUlftinholder and
Luktinholder, wife of defendant Wil
liam Luktinholder, first and real namo
Notlco Is hereby given that Lars S.
Swenson, plnlntlft has nicd his certain
action in tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, against you and each
of you Impleaded with others, tho ob
ject and prayer of which said petition
is to qulot and conttrm In plaintiff
tltlo-to tho following described lands
situate In Lincoln County, Nebraska,
to-wlt: The Southeast Quarter (SE)
of Section Twenty-four (24), Township
Ten (10), North of Range Thlrty-threo ,
(33), West of tho Gth P. M. and parttcu A
larly to qulot and confirm same as td
certain proceedings in partition had in
a case In said District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, In which one WU
homlna Rlepe wns plaintiff nnd Henry
Kleemeyer et nl were defendants.
You and oach of you will mako ans
wer to said petition on or before tho 2d
day of July, 1917, or your dofaults will
be entered and decreo taken against
you as In said petition prayed.
LARS SWENSON, Plaintiff,
I3y EVANS & EVANS,
To Nicholas Adamy, non-resident do
fendnnt: You nro horoby notified thnt Mary
Adamy as plaintiff hns Hied her cer
tnln petition In tho District Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraskn. against you,
lmplendod with othors, the object and
prayor of which said petition Is fore
close a cortaln,mortgnge mado nnd ex
ecuted by yourself nnd Ellen M. Adamy,
upon tho following described lnnd sit
uate In Lincoln County, Nebrnska, to
wlt: Northeast Quarter (NEU) of Sec
tion Six (G), Township Sixteen (1G),
Rango Twenty-eight (28), West of the .4
fth M. and Lot Flfty-slx (36), of 1
Plattevlew Subdivision as plnttcd and
recorded in Hook 11-1, at pago 40 of
the deed records of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, and the amount claimed to
be due plaintiff upon said mortgago Is
the sum of $2,710.15.
Vou V'H "lake answer to said pe
tition oh or before July 9th, 1917, or
your default will be taken nnd decreo
entered as in said petition prayed
T, , MAKY ADAMY, Plaintiff
nlo) yo Evans & Evans, Her Attorneys.
y virtue of an order of sale Issued from
tho District Court of Lincoln County,
Nebraska, upon a decreo of foreclos
ure rondored In said Court wherein
Frances A. Bennett Ib plnintlff, and
Robert S. Hopper Is defendant, and
to me directed, I will on tho 9th day
of June, 1917, at 2 o. 'clock p. m., at
tho east front door of tho Court House
In North Platte, Lincoln County, Ne
brnska. sell at Public Auction to tho
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy
said decree, Interest and costs, the
following described proporty, to-wlt:
Southeast Quarter (SEtt) of Section
Five (5) Township Fifteen (15) North
of Range Thirty (JO) West of tho Oth
P.M. In Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Dated at North Platte, Nebr., May
A. J. SALISBURY,
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