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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1917)
IKA L, BASE, Editor aa PakUiker.
One Year bj Mull la AdYance.T..$Li&
One Tour hj Carrier Ib Advance. .MM
Cntorod at North Platte, Nebraska,
' Postofflco as Second Clans Matter.
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1017.
Cemetery Hoard Meets.
Tho ccmotorv board rocontly ap
pointed by tho city council liold a meot-
ag ovoning- and appointed Byron
ng Titojilay night and appointed Byron
Oborat secretary and treasurer at a
salary of ten dollars month.
Tho presldont of the board was au
thorized to havo a survoy mado of that
portion of land lying west of tho cenio
tory and oast of tho irrigation ditch,
to liavo tho acreago oompuptod, and to
noglptiato with tho ownors for tlio pur
:haso of tho tract.
Tho secretary xa instructed to ob
tain a list of all amounts duo tho com
otory board and colloct samo and was
directed to collect in advance tho feo
f6r digging graves.
A scalo of tprlicos for cemotory lots
THE WHITE HOUSE, May 25th,
1917. Inasmuch as our thoughts as a
nation aro now turned In united pur
poso toward tho porformanco to tho
upmost tot Itho eervlcos and duties
whlah, wo have assumed in tho cnuso
of lfborty and Justice;
Inasmuch as but a small propor
tion of our pcoplo can liavo tho oppor-!
tunlqy to fmv upon tjho field fn
battlo, but all men, women and chil
dren allko may sorvo and sorvo offect-
ivoly by making It posslblo to care
proporJy for tlioso who do sorvo at
homo and abroad.
And inasmuch as tho Aniddcan Rod
Cross is'tho official rocognlzod agen
cy for voluntary otYort In bolialf Of
tho armed forces of Uio nation and for
tho administration of rqllof;
Therefore by vwtuo of my authority
twentieth century club . I Remember the
INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS
Nniisa Tttvtwn Mamnrial
ino iiwuuuuiii vuiuurjr viuu nutui
tho final meeting of this eason in tho Hnmnnathir Hnnnifal
Franklin school bulldtne Tuosday 0v- omeoPiniC "OSpitW
ning and installed tho following off t- When reriuirinG hospital care
rnraj Prnqlitnnt. Mlm. Tlov Cottroll: ior
vlco-nrcaldont. Mrsw. V D. Brown: to- Medically,
cording Bocrotary, Mrs. aeo. orator; snrgicniiy, or
treasurer, Mrs. W. H. Blalock; jour
nalist, Mrs. York Hlnman; correspond
lm socrotarv Mrs. Wilson Tout Mrs.
T. C. Pattorson, on uohalf of tho cM
nresontod tho retiring president Mrs.
J. II. Hegarty with a largo bouquot of
11 os in appreciation of hor wojk aur-
Ing tho ycer, and Mrs. josopn uoauy,
tho itetkinc socrotary. was given u
standing voto of thanks for hor untlr-
Int: efforts for tho success of tno ciuu
Addresses were mauo
Horo your lntorosts and comfort will
bo sorved. it is not ln0 biggest, out
ono of tho best placos wheroin to
1009 West Fourth Street.
Dr. J. S. Twinem.
OLD LINE LIFE Policies
ON EASY TERMS
E. SEBASTIAN. Stftto Mrrr.
Minn.Mutual Lif elns.Co.
Phone Office Red 612
Residence Red 348
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
for two years
hv Mo9damoa Hwrarty. Roddy. Cottroll
as Prosldont of tho United States, and and Miss Annie Krnmph. A musical
as president of UI10 Amorlcan Rod , nroeram was rendered In which Mrs.
Cross; I, Woodrow Wilson, do bora, w, H. Oramor, Misses Holon Bonner, N jjmwn Memorial Hospital.
W rtmlnim llin wonV hmr nil ni? -limn tll.b- A If n Tlnm- inrpv l,u'"" '
18, 1917, as Rod Uross wook, uuring nni Dorothy HinmaA took part
Pit. JOHN S. TWINEM
Special Attention to
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics.
NORM .PLATTE, NEB.
which tho peofplo of tho United States
Ufll bo called Upon to glvo generous
ly and in a spirit of patriotic sac
rifice for tho support and mainten
ance of this work of national ncod.
Tho National organization of tho Rod
Ctosb lias assessed to Lincoln county,
was mado, tho first sovon rows f rom ( Nobraska, tho sum of nlnoteon thous-
tuo -west lino or uio cemetery noing and uu.iuu isismjuo.uu) uouars. uom-
Dlaced at $75 for a full lot, tho soc
ond eovon trows $70 "per lot, tho third
sovon rows $G0, fourth sovon tows $50,
and Uio balance ranging from $40 to
$30. Lots for single burial will bo
$5.00, iwtth a feo of $5.00.ior digging
graves and $10.00 for digging vaults.
Kearney Will Bo Hero Strong
Tho Ipeoplo of Kearney aro taking
great intorost in North Platto's semi
centennial colobratlon ad' havo asked
tho committee to sot asldo a Kearney
Day at which tlmo delegations from
tho Midway City will make a special
offort to como and Join in tho fostlv
itlos. Tho local committee Iwll select a
day for handing over to the Kearney
people tho keys of tho gateway.
: :o: :
Inspect Federal Land Loans
. W. R. 'Nowcomlikg, cx-county clork
of Clay county arrived Wednesday and
in company with Scott Reynolds and
Carl Holhnan Inspected land on which
applications for foderal loans have!
been mauo. Tracts of land in Minor,
Solleralant, Osgood and Payno Ipro
clncts vero examined and if found
satisfactory loans will be granted by
tho federal land loan bank at Omaha.
Many Coming From Omaha.
Dr. D. T. Quigloy has sent word
. that ho Is getting up a party of former
residents of North Platto now living
in Omaha to como to tho semi-oon-tonnlal.
Ho thinks 5lo will secure a
sufficient number to fill a railway car,
and that thoy will "como early and
stay Into." Wo will all be glad to again
meet our former townspeople!.
Bull for Sale.
. " Registered Short Horn Bull, 14
months old, color 'rod. Georgo Brown
field, Hershey, Nobr. 44-2
A score or moro tourist cars wore
In town yesterday, somo passing east,
others west. Apparently "war condi
tions will but slightly effoct auto hot
mittees havo been organized In this
ALBERT A. LANE,
Convert Car Into Tractor.
Thoro are oulto a faw men in North
Platto who niw Intorostlng themselves
1 and 2 Belton Building
ad nnmong thorn. aro J. S.
road conditions In Lincoln county,
North Platto, Nobraska,
niA B. BEDFIELD.
recently nurohasod by tho county gave PHYSICIAN & SUBUliOK
tho outfit a try dult Tuosday on
county for tho purpose of canvassing road leading, to Uio Nath rdvor bridge. PHYSICIANS SURGEONS HOSPITAL
thoroughly each precinct In Uio coun
ty and tho pooplo will bo called upon
to sacrlfloo as much as posslblo in
ardor to raiso tho allotmont of $100,-
000,000.00 Iwlhloh tho Unltod States will
contrlbuto for tho Amorlcan Red Cross
socloty in oaring for tho wounded at
tho .battlo front. Wo hopo that tho
patriotic people of Lincoln cdanty will! hou,. Tho try out was very successful,
Tho car Is supplied with splkod trac- Dra. Redfiold & Redfleld
tor roar wnoois mauo specially ior office Phone 642 Rob. Phone 676
tno conversion oi a car imo a iracior
and tliough tho Fry rtrag Is su'ppllod
with two blades each toughing nearly
500 pounds and digs doop In soft soli,
tho tractor moved along wltnout nosi
tancy at tho rato of Uwoa miles an
contrlbuto largely so that wo will not
fall behind In our share.
J. G. BEELER,
Clrll Service Examinations.
Tho . civil service commission will
hold an examlnaUon from Juno 6lh to
Juno 16th for tho poslUon of uaiskillod
labordr at Uio fedoral building in this
city, application to bo mado to Mrs.
Lillian Gloason at tho postofflco.
An examlnaUon for cldrlc ((malio
and female) and carrier (malo) in tho
North Platte nostofflce will bo hold on
Juno 23, 1917. Ap'pllcaUon blanks and
information may bo had at tho
Rov. Cressler Passes Away.
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
and It would appear Ulat a good many
automobiles of tho hoavior class which
aro about ready for tho scrap hoap
might with profit bo convorted Into
tractors and used for road dragging
or farm (work.
Old-Timer Tlslts Town.
W. F. Murphy, lnmato of tho ongl
ncor's homo at Highland Park, 111.,
nlnnnt onvnrwtl lnv in. tnwil thin VXk
visiting old-tlmo friends. Mr. Murphy Offica: Building and Loan Building
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given to forgery
was ono of Uio early onglnoors on tho
Union Pacific, In fact nun a construc
tion train into NorUi Platto when tho
road iiieached horo. Lator ho run a train
out of this terminal and lived horo un
til 1881. Few men living today has such
a fund of Information relatlvo to Uio
. Am.. Ton
rji rt rt i unite iuv
Phone" Restdenc. 115
DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEX.
Practice Limited to
Surgery and Bndium Tliorapy
construction of tho Union Pacific ami 728 City National Bank Building.
Mm tnurodies and comedies occurring
Rev. J. b uressior lormeriy 01 hub during Uioso days, and ho has U10 auu
dtv died durlnc an onoratlon In a
hospital at San Francisco Wednesday
moitalng. Ho lcavos a wife, son Dr. E.
P. Cressler of Norton, Kans., daugh
ter Mrs. Otto Hanson of San Francisco,
and sson D!r. O. H Orosslor of this
Odd Follows' Memorial Day.
Tho local I. 0. O. F. lodgo will ob
serve next Sunday as memorial day
and appropriate soi-vlces will bo hold
at itho hall at four o'clock in tno auor
noon. All Odd FollcUls, and visiting
members, are invited to attend.
Pointer Pups For Sale.
Thoroujrhtirod English Pointer Pups
for sale. Well built and good markings,
Dr. Morrill. Dentist.
ol which now (promises to ba as heavy. Write John B. Richards, Sidney, Nebr,
as last year, if not heavier, isvory day
a rate, or two from tiomo far eastern
or voern state passes through..
Mrs. Albart Abol left Wodnesday
morning for Gothenburg to visit
Miss Ireno Crane left Wednesday
morning 'for Lexington to spend a
day or two.
FOR TOUR AUTO SERYICE
Call 125 for Taxi day or night.
Also five or seven passenger car for
MOGENSEN-LOUDEN AUTO CO-,
Chandler & Elcar Agency.
Corner Eighth and Locust Sts.
Uy to well .rolato those episodes.
Brokon eyo glass lenses can bo re
placed tho samo day as order la given
in our lonso grinding department.
HARRY DIXON & SON,
tf Graduato Optometrists.
Itcnl Estate and Insurance.
Como and seo us for town lots in
different parts of Uio city. Good in
vestmentB on easy terms. Houses for
salo ann rent. Wo havo also good par
gains in farms and ranches.
F. J. DIENER & CO-
Cor. Front and Dawey Sts-, upstairs.
BEBBYBEBRY & FOBBES,
Undertakers and Faneral Directors
Day Phone 234.
Night Phono Black 688.
NOTION OF FIX A I, RKFORT
Katntn of JobgdIi Ilcrehdv. dooonaod.
In the County Court of Lincoln Coun--
Tho State of Nebraska, to all per
sons IntoroBtcd In Bald estnte. tnko no
tice that the Executrix has died a flnal
account of hor administration and, a
petition for flnal nottlomcnt nna uln
hnrgo n8 auch, which havo boon set
ior nonring ooioro saiu court on June
11, 1917, at 9 o'clock a. m., when you
may nppcnr and contest the samo.
juateu May zo, iai7,
GEO. It FRENCH.
m29-3w County Judge.
NOT1013 to cnianiTons
lslntn No. 1480 of Paulina Zlmmnr.
docoascd, in the county court oi iin
onln Countv. Nnbraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, ss: Crodltors
of said estate will tako notlco that the
tlmo limited for nronontatlon ana ni-
Inir of claims against said estate (n
January 0, 1918, and for settlement of
nnlil rntntn la Jtinn 1. 1918! that I will
sit at tho county court room in saw
county, on July 6, 1917, at 9 o'cloclc
a in . and on January 6. 1918. at
o'clock a. in., to rccevo, examine, hear,
auow, or adjust an claims anu oujoc
nous auiy inou.
OEO. E. FRENCH.
J54w County Judge.
Notion of lVtlllon
Estate No 1483 of Estollo Bollo
Slmmn, docoascd In tho County Court
of Lincoln County, Nobraska.
Tho utato of Nobraska, To all persons
Interested In said Estato take notlco
that a petition has boon fllod for
tho appointment of Alma II. Slmmn
as administratrix of said Estate, which
has boon sot for hoarlnir horoln on
Juno 22, 1917 at 9 o'clock a. m.
uatou Aiay sail, iuiy.
OEO. E. FRENCH.
mza-ns county Judge
Hv virtue of an ordor illroctlnir tho
roferce to make a salo, which order was
iBsueu rrom tno uiBtriot court or Lin
coln County. Nobraska. unon a decree
of partition and tho confirmation of
tno rororeos report renuoreu saiu
court, whoreln Lllllo M. Dean, Hosu
Eshon and Ulueford Anway aro plain
tiffa and ThoniaH Anway and Ethel An
way, his wlfo: Lewis Anway and Qoldle
Anway, ins who; jano urnnes nna
James GrlmcB, her husband; Anm E.
Donaldson. lienlamln Anway and
Annlo Anway, his wlfo; Josoph Harris,
Biiu;io; nna Harris nna iiarriB,
his wife, whoso Ilrst and real names nro
to your wild plnlntirfs unknown; llrtico
Eshon, husband of Rosa Eshon; Rush
M. Dean, hUBband of Lllllo At. Donn;
Georgo Anwny, an Incompetent and W
8, Fast, superintendent of tho Asylum
for tho Insano of Nobraska, In whoso
custody and caro George Anway Is at
tho prosont tlmo; Ella Anway, an In
competent, and Dr. G. D. Grllllth, oupor
Intondont of tho Nobraska Institution
for Feoblo Minded Youth at Beatrice,
In whoso custody and caro said Ella An
way Is at tho proBont tlmo; John W,
Fowlor and IScrtha L. Fowlor, his wlfo,
parties In possoBslon of said lands;
unci Gnorco O. Fowler and Dolllo M.
Fowlor, his wife, parties In possession
of said lands, and to mo directed I will
on tho 9th day of July, 1917, at two
o'clock P. M. at tho East Front Door
of tho Court House In North Platto, Lin
coln County, NoDrnslftt, soli at public
auction to tho highest bidder for cash
tho following described real estate, to
wit: All of Sootlon FIvo (CJ, In Town-
sum Twelve ci2i. Nortii or iianiro 'rnir-
tv-ono HI). West of tho Cth P. M.: tho
South Half of tho Northoast Quarter
(S NEVi) ana Lots ono nna two u &
To Mary Ellen Chandler, non-rcstdent
You will taka notlco that Louisa M.
Cody has filed hor petition In the Dis
trict court or Lincoln county, iMooraa
kn, against you as defendant, tho ob
ject and prayer of which aro to quiet
and confirm tltlo In said plaintiff and
In various grantees, to certain por
tions of tho following described lands,
situated In Lincoln County, Nobraska,
to-wit: lioKinninK at a point ii.it icot
south and 990 foot west of tho quartor
soctlon cornor on tho north lino of Soo.
32. twn. 14, Jitr. 30, vr this uomg a
point 25 ft. south from tho centor lino
of tho Platto Valley Irrigation Dlatrlct
canal, thonco wost parullol with tho
north linn Of said Hen. 32 and said
canal, 1G29.22 ft., to a point 11.6 ft. south
or tho mv cornor or saiu hoc az, tnonco
south cn section lino betweon Sees. 31
and 32, a distance of 959.05 ft to a
fiolnt COO feet from tho contor
Ino of tho Union Pacific Rail
road original main track, measured at
a right anglo, thonco south 80 dogreos
oast, parallel with said railroad, a dis
tance oi ltiuii it. to a point uuu it. wost
of tho north nnd south contor lino of
satd soc 32; thonco north parallel with
said center lino, 123G.4 to the placo of
boglnnlng, being tho land embraced
and contained in Scout's Rest Add!- '
tlon to tho City of North Platto, Ne
braska, and which said suit Is proso
cutcd by tho said plaintiff In her own
behalf and on behalf of said grnntoes,
and particularly to qulot and conflrm
tltlo in said rospoctlvo ownors against
cortaln nrocoedlnrrs had In tho District
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska, for
the salo thereof by one Ellon 13. Chan
dler, guardian of tho defendant, Mary
Ellon Chandlor; nnd furthor to sot up
and establish now nnd Independent tltlo
In hor nnd tho said ftrnnteos, by reason
of tho adverso possession thereof by
said plaintiff and her grantees nnd hor
grantorB for more than 10 years last
You will make answor to said po-
II. Inn nM lnMn n.l. .In.. 1 Till..
uiiuu uii ui uuiuiu iiiu vfcit ui.jr vi. r u,j,
1017. or decree will bo entered airalnst
you as In said potltlon prayed.
L.UU1BA. Al. CUD1T,
Ry'EVANS & EVANS, hor attorneys.
ltond No. 400
To all to whom It may concorn:
The Bpociai commissioner appointed
to locato n public road as follows:
Commenclnir at the northwest cornor
1-1 L DUUllUtl VUII, vu,v.,oiii, lint kUUII. KlllH"
twontv-elirht nnd runnlnir elirht miles
north to tho Northwest cornor of soc
tlon thirty-four, township fifteen, range
twonty-olght, has reported In favor
of the samo.
All objections thoroto. or cjalms for
damages muBt be tiled In tho olllce of
tho County Clork on or boforo 12 o'clock
noon of tho 27th clay of July, A. D.
1917, or such road will bo allowed with
out roforonco thoroto.
Dated nt North Platte. Nobr.. this I7tn
day of April, 1017.
it. U. ALilJliiN,
2), all In Soctlon Six (0), In Township
Twolvo (12), North of Rancro Thlrty
ono (31), "West of tho Cth P. M: and the
NOTICE OF FINAL 11EPORT
Estato of Patrick Ruddy, deceased,
In the County Court of Lincoln County,
Tho State of Nobraska, to all per
sons piterosted In said estate take no
tice that tho Administrator has filed
a flnal account and report of his ad
ministration nnd a potltlon for flnal
settlement nnd discharge as such, which
have been set for hearing before said
court on July G, 1917, at 9 o'clock a.
m. whon you may appear and contest
Dated June 11, 1917 &
j 1 2 J 29 . County. Judge.
Mathewson & Shank
PLASTERING AND STUCCO
Phone Red 317 or Blfc 907
South Half (SJ4)
three f331. In Town
North of Rnngo Thlrty-ono (31). West
of tho Gth P. M., nil of said land noing
located in Lincoln county, iNeorasica.
Dated this 4tn uay or juno, lvvi.
O. E. ELDER.
MIXED SCRAP IRON
56.00 PER TON.
MACHINERY CAST IRON
$10 PER TON.
All Junk is high. Bring, it in,
North Piatt Junk House.
"She'll have a New Perfection Oil Cook Stove
just like mother's."
2,500,000 modern housewives are using the
It's the stove of steady habits never cranky, never out ,
of order. The flame stays put, wherever you put it.
You can have any amount of heat you want, rind all the
heat goes into the cooking. Your kitchen is cool and .
comfortable no coal hod to fill, no ash pan to empty.
v ' A-new and exclusive feature -the reversible
Perfection Keroserie gives best results.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Hospital Phone Black 683.
Houae Phone Black 633.
W. T. PBITCHABD,
Bight years a Government Veterlnar
lan. Hospital 213t south Locuat St,
one-halt block southwest of the
Notlco 1b horeby glvon that soalou
bids for tho construction of a now
school houso In and for School DIs
trlct No. CB, In Lincoln County, Stato
of Nebraska, will bo rocolvotl nt tho
offlco of tho Director of saiu district In
tho town of Wallace Lincoln County,
Nobraska, up to tho hour of C o'clock
in. on Monday, July 2, 1317. PlanH
and specifications of said school houso
aro on uio In tho orflco of said director
In tho town of Wallace, Lincoln
County, Nebraska, and may bo oxon
lnod by any prospective blddor. All
bids must bo aocompanlod with a cor
tlfiod check In an amount equal to ilvo
por cont of tho amount of tho bid mado,
Board of Directors rosorvoa Uio right
to rojoct any and all bids.
LET US INTKODUCE
QUALITY TO YOU
Quality In Cigars has has boen our
aim since two began maldng cigars In
North Platte over thirty years ago,
Wo put quality in tho first cigars we
mado, and that samo quality Is In tho
cigars wo make today. Schmalzrled's
Cigars have Btood the test of thoso
moro than thirty years. What grcator
evidence of quality could you desire?
If you havo riot boen smoking Ssbmalz
dled's cigars, try them they aro cor
taln to please.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED
oi Section Thlrty-
Notice for lllds
Ttond No. 40.1.
To nil to whom It may concorn:
xno Bpecitu commissioner appointed -to
locato a tnibllo road ns follows:
uommoncinir in tno contor or section
nix (0), town ton (10), ranee twenty
nlno (29), tlienco wost on half soctlon
linn nun-half mlln. conncctlnir with road
No, 28, has ronortcd In favor of the same
witn tno roiiowinir cnango: mat saiu
road run oast on half section to about
60 rods from the oast line of Bcctlon C,
nnd thonco In a northeasterly direction
on west siao or canyon to tno nortu
east cornor of section 6, following
present road as now travolod and also
south from said half soctlon lino In sec
tion 0, past J. lu. Cooper's houso. -roi-lbwlnir
road ns now trnvelod and con
necting with lload No. 71.
All oojociionB inoreio, or cinims ior
damages must ho fllod In the oillco of
tho County Clork on or boforo 12 o'clook
noon or tno ztiii uay or juiyr a. u.
1017, or such road will ho allowed with
out reference thoroto. . ....
Dated at North Platto. Nehr.. tnis I3tu
day of May, 1917. ,
Asa D. Cornwell will tako notlco that
on the 14th day of May, 1917, P. H
Sullivan, a Justice of tho poace, of
North Platto Precinct No. 1. Lincoln
County, Nobraska, Issued an ordor of
attachment for tho sum of $02.80 with
interest nt uio rato or ton por cent por
annum from ahovo dato in an action
pending boforo him, wherein Margaret
Si. Stilts lu plaintiff and Asa D. Corn-
well defendant, that property consist
lng of money, in the hands of tho Union
raciua uawroaa company, a corpora
tion, has boon attached under said ordor.
Said causo was continued until the
2d day of July, 1917 at ten o'clock a. m.
uatea tins zzu uay or imy. iuiv,
MAIiaAKlflT M. STILTS.
NOTIOI3 OV TINAT, niSPOUT
Estate of Elsborrv W. Crano. deceas
ed, In tho county court of Lincoln
uio mate or iMourasKa. to an par
sons Interested in said estato tuke no
tice that the Administrator has filed
a final account nnd report or his ad
ministration and a potltlon ior nnni
settlement and discharge as such.
which havo beon sot for hearing boforo
said court on Juno 29. 1917. at 9
o. 'clock a. m., when you may appear
ana contest tno same.
Dated June 1, 1917.
OEO. 13 FRBNCn.
JC-3w County Judgo.
To Henry Echtonkamp nnd
Echtonkamp, wlfo of dofondant Henry
Echtonkamp, first nnd real namo un-
knnwn' Tfnnrv Mlllnr and - Miller.
wife of dofondant Henry Mlllor, llrst
and real name unknown; Louis Miller.
ana Minor, wuo oi ucienuani
Louis Mlllor, llrst and real namo un
known; Fred Miller and Miller,
wlfo of defendant Frod Mlllor, llrst and
real namo unknown; William Mlllor
nnd Mlllor, wlfo of dofondant
William Mlllor, first and real name un
known; Etta Luktlnholdor, a slnglo wo
man and William Luktlnholdor and -Luktlnholdor,
wlfo of dofondant Wil
liam Luktlnholdor, first and real namo
unknown: . . A.
Notlco Is horeby glvon that Lara S.
Swcnson, plaintiff hns ttled his cortaln
notion in tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nobraska, against you and each
of you Impleaded with others, the ob
ject and prayor of which said potltlon
la to qulot and confirm In plaintiff
tltlo to the following described lands
situate in Lincoln County, Nebraska,
to-wlt: Tho Southeast -Quartor (S13U)
of Soctlon Twenty-four (24), Township
Ton (10), North of Ilange Thirty-throe
(331, WODl Ot tno uwi i m. anu iiuniuu-
lariy to qulot and confirm snmo as to
mrtnln nrncAndlnirB In nartttlon had In
a caso In said District Court of Lincoln
County, Nobraska, in wnion ono vvu
homlna Klopo was plaintiff and Henry
Kleomoyer ot nl were defendants.
You nnd oaoh of you will mako ans
wer to said potltlon on or before tho 2d
day of July, 1917, or your defaults will
bo entered nnd decree taken against
you as In said potltlon prayed.
fiy EVANS & EVANS,
Clifford A. Thomas will tako notlco
that on the 9th day of May, 1917, I. L
Mlltonberger, a Justlco of the peaco, In
nnd for Lincoln County, Nebraska, is
uod an ordor of attachment for tho num
of $160.00 in an action ponding boforo
him, whoreln John Jones, guardian and
nYt frinnil of Clarence Jones, minor. Is
plaintiff anu Clifford A. Tnomao, is ue
fondant; that proporty of tho dofon
dant consisting, of ono Promlor flvo
passenger touring car No, 75802 has
boon attached undor this ordor. This
causo was continued to the 26th day
of Juno, 1017, at 9 o'clock a. m.
North Platte, Nobr., May 12th, 1917
Guardian and next friend of
To Nioholna Adamy, non-resldont do
fondnnt: You are hereby notified that Mary
Adamy as plaintiff has filed hor cer
tain petition in tho District Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska, against you,
Imploadod with others, tho object and
prayer of which said petition Is fore
close a cortaln mortgage mado and ex
ecuted by yoursolf and Ellon M. Adamy,
upon the following doscrlbod land slt
uato in Lincoln County, Nebraska, to
wit: Northeast Quarter (NE) of Seo
tlon Six (0), Township Sixteen (10),
nnnge Twonty-olght (28), West of the
0th P. M. and Lot Fifty-six (BG), of
Plattoviow Subdivision ns platted and
recorded In Hook B-l, at page 40 of
the deed records of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, and tho amount claimed to
be duo plaintiff upon Bald mortgago Is
tho num of $2,710.16.
Vnu will mako answer to said do-
tltlon on or beforo July 9th, 1917; or
your dofault will be taken and decree
entered ns in said petition prayod.
MAUY ADAMY,' Plnlntiff.
By Evans & Evans, Hor Attornoya.
Bought and hlghast markat
Residence Rd 630 Ofllte 459
C. H. WALTERS.
lYOTIOn TO CIIKIUTOKS
Estate No, 1478 of Josoph M. Wilson,
docoasod, In tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nobraska. . .
The Stato of Nebraska, jib: Credtor8
of said estate will tako notice that tho
tlmo limited for presentation and 111-
ln ir nf rlnlmn ncrnlnHt said estate IB
January 0, 1918, nnd for sottlomont of
saiu estato is June i, ivio; umi x wui
nit at the countv court room In said
county, on July 0, 1017, rat 9 o. clock a.
in., and on January Q, 1918, at 9 o'clock
a. m., to receive, examine, hoar, allow,
or adjust all claims and objections duly
filed. GEO, E. FRENCH,
j5-4w County Judge,
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
from the District Court of Lincoln
County, Nobraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered In said Court
whoreln Tho Beatrice Building and
Loan Association of Boatrlco, Nebraska,
Is plaintiff, nnd Clark Long ot nl are
defendants, and to mo directed, I will
on the 14th day of July. 1917, at 2
o'clock P, M. at the oast front door of
the Court Houso In North Platte, Lin
coln County, Nebraska, sell at Pub
lic Auction to tho hlghost bidder for
cash, to satisfy said decreo. interest
nnd costs, tho following described
property, to-wlt: Lot Ono (1) In Blook
Twenty (20) in tho original town, now
City of North Platto, In Lincoln Coun
ty, Nebraska. '
Dated North Platto, Nebr,, Juno 7,
J12-J13 A J. SALISBURY, Sherllf.
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