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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1917)
IBA L. BARE, Editor and FobUsher.
Ono Year by Mall In AdTftuce,...$l.SIj
One Year by Carrier la Advanco..iL&0
Entered at North PUtte, Nebraska,
Postoince as Socoud Class Matter.
TUESDAY, JULY 21. 1017.
. 1 Advance In Land.
P. A. Starr, now a roaident of tills
city, loHi wook sold 120 acres or lana
0116 and ono-half mllos northeast of
Ilorshoy to Doraoy Loypoldt for
$1G,800, or a fraction above $130 per
aero, Lato lost rail Mr. Starr pur
chased this samo land of P. A. Andor
B6n for $11,800. Ho thoroforo cloan
cd up $4,000 In about nlno month's tlma
fnhfch; as tho boys say may bo
classed as easy monoy.
Catches Hunch of Coouh.
Six young coons iworo dlsplayod In
a lox at tho Schwalgor cigar storo SaU
urday, having boon capturo) by Al
lison Wilcox on tho fayno ranch near
Dlgnoll. Tho animals aro throo or
four wooks old, and for a time nftor
capturo waro fed iby tho bottlo method.
If Mr. Wilcox proposes to go Into the
coon raising hfcislnoss ho certainly has
a good start. Howovor, with so many
colored nron around town ho will nco,j
guard them woll.
Horses Slarvo (o Ktulli
Two horses boloiiglng to Thoo.
Lowo, Jr., of this city, died In rather
a peculiar way rocontly, Thoy woro
talcon ovor lo tho Qoorgo Kopf placo
north of town to bo pastured during
tho ftenmor. In tho posture is an old
shack. Tills tho Horses entorod
through an opon dloor and! after thoy
had gono in tho door blow shut and ro
inalned closod. Mr. Kopf hunted for
tho animals and finally gave them up
ns strayed or stolon. A few days ago
thoy woro found dead In tho shack,
having starved to death.
Iturglnrlzo Honglaud Jtesldcuco
Thoo-osldenco of W. V. Hongland was
ontorod somo time 1otwoon nlno and
olevon o'clock Friday night, iproporty
valuod at $1C0 and a sum of monoy 1)0
lng taken. All mombors of tho house
hold woro absent, and Mr. Hongland,
aftor.an examination of tho promises
conctolod that entranco was gained
through tho front door by moanB of a
skeleton key. Only ono room, that
occupied aB a slooplpng apartment by
Mr. and Mrs. Hoagland eoems to
havo boon vlsltod, as a pockotbook
containing $20 lay In plain sight In an
adjoining room. Among tho artlclos
takonMis a diamond lavalloro and two
rings. No clow to the burglars lias
yot boon obtained.
lloyo Busy at Fprt Snolllng.
Writing from Ft. Snolllng under date
of Juno 27th. Arthur Bullard says.'
"Havo boon transrorrod from Ninth
Coinpapny to Sovonth Company. All of
tho candidates oxcopt those proforrlng
aviation havo boon transferred to such
arm of tho sorvlco as thoy deslro
Thoy aro cortalnly working us hero.
Tho actual (bills at presont tnko up
voryi little of our tlmo, most of It be
ing spoilt at rango practice", sketch
ing, 'or rathor map drawing, trench
work, problems and conferences Up
at flvo In tho morning and kopt busy
until 0;30, at night, All tho North
Plattto boys are diolng flplpondldly, and
will no doubt bo sont across tho vat
Ileal Estate nnd Insurance.
' Come and see us for town lots In
different parts of tho city. Good ln
vostmoutn on easy tonus. Housos for
salo and runt, Wo havo also good bar
galns'ln farms and ranches.
F. J. BIKNEB & CO.,
Cor. Front and Davroy Sts-. upstairs.
.Hlnteiiirnt of Hue Co nil It Ion of (he
MUTUAL BUILDING 8
of North Platto. Nebraska, on tho SOtli
tiny of. Juno, 1917.
. Ortltlcntr No. ll'J
First mortgage loans $8?2,C00,00
LoiuiH In iirocexH of forecto-
Loans on, stock or pubs book
Kent estate, olllcu , 30,321.80
CaHh ,. , 12,040.08
Delinquent Interest, linos, etc. 787.30
Furniture it ml fixtures 1,017.37
Foreclosure account C4.94
Running Htoek nnd UvlleiHts.t403,601.84
l'uHI-m stock ana dividends. 407,800,00
ltoserve fund , 19,500.00
Undivided profits , 30,114,45
Unearned' premium, ndvanca
interest s 11G.80
WTotnl . . 7(i n9!i no
IteccliitM nnd Kxiirndlturrw for tho Yonr
V A . .... ......
J'.IIIIIIIK- .llllltt till, Jill?.
Cash on hand last report....) 19.S28.82
Dues (Running stock) 117,113.00
Paid-up titook 70,100.00
Mortgngo paymentu ,93,10G,70
Htook loan imyinonts 1,012.42
Real ostnte sales 1,834.70
Premium. Taxes und Insur-
itulUM, OIUCQ DUllding 1,102.21
Membership und transfer fees 331.25
rtimtro loans siso.son.ne
midoic ' luanH sun.
witiiiiruwius running stooit
and dividends . . 33,800.49
witmiruwnis paiump stooit ss.suu.oo
Withdrawals dividend on
nald-uu stock 20.83G.41
Salaries , 2,550.00
umer oxpouBo 41&.1G
ltonl estate account 900.90
Cash on hand , 13,040.03
Taxes ami Jtusuruuce jshb.oo
. , Total , $300,463.3?
State' of Nebraska. Lincoln County, hb.
1, Samuel Coozoo, Secretary of the
above named Association, do solemnly
swear xnai mo loregoing mniomoni or
tho .condition of said Association, is
true and correct to tho best of my
knowledge and boliof. '
ha.aiu.uilj uuuiiiais. uoeroinry.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 30tit uay or Juno, iui7.
My, Commission Expires Juno v, 1919.
THOS. C. PATTERSON,
V ,.,NVILLIAM It. MALONEY,
ft JlRA L. 11A11E.
" . - . Plreotors,
LOCAL AND TEKSONAL
Dr. Morrill. Dentist.
Mrs. Likens, of Paxton, camo here
a fow days ago to visit hor sister Miss
For Salo Cook Bhack, food rack and
six whcolors. Inqulru of W. D. Waldo,
North Platto. 4C-4
MIsb Holo Adair, of Keamoy. who
was visiting hor brothor William Adair
for a wook, loft Saturday.
Mrs. Pvobort Massoy, of Omaha, who
visited with Mrs. J. JI. Fonda last
wook, loft Friday aftornoon.
Miss Alblna Hahlor roturnol to Sld
nov Saturday after vlsltlnir Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Hahlor for a week.
Mrs. Wood Whlto was called to
Orand Island Friday by tho serious
Illness of her slstor Mrs. Cornfield.
Mlssos Ethol and Holon Soudor left
tho latter part of last wook for eastern
points to spond two wooks or longor.
Mrs. Gus Chamborlaln and son, of
Donvor, who spont last wook with the
Sullivan family, loft yesterday morn
ing. Mrs. Anna Itod&nond has returned
from an oxtendod visit with her daugh
ter Mm. J. D. Lonorgan in Peoria,
Miss Floronco Thornton, of Koar
noy, roturnod homo Friday aftornoon
aftor visiting with Miss Dorotliy Ilin
man lor a wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Alox Adamson, of
Douglas, Arizona, who woro visiting
the lattor'a brothor oohn Day and fam
ily, loft Friday.
Henry Itobhnuson. rtf Laramlo. wlm
spent last Avook visiting Ills btothor
luuwaru liouuauson and family, loft
Frank Wlnkloman, of Fromont, who
nau ooon visiting ins uaugiitor Mrs.
Jack Carroll for sevoral weeks, loft
Mr. and Mrs, II. A. Donolson are
onjoylng a visit from Uio formor's
fnthor, John Donolson, who camo from
Farnaiu last week.
Mrs. Robb and doughtor, of Lox-
ington, oxpoct to mako tholr homo
horo aftor August first with tho term
or's son Alvin Robb.
Thoso In nood of painting, paper
hanging and docoratlng ato assurod
satisfactory work If thoy employ Julius
tioga. mono mack oaa. 38tt
Mr. and Mrs. Horninn 5?tnnv. of
Irouwood, Wis., will loavo today after
visiting tno lattor'a slstor Mrs. W. L.
lllqhards for a wook.
Dick Dakar, of Staploton, roturnod
nomo VMstorday aftor snondlnjr aovor
al days horo visiting frionds and at-
toudlng tho colobratlou.
Dr. and Mrs. D. T, QuIkIov and
son, of Omaha, arrived tho lnttor imrt
of last wook to visit Mrs. Qulgley's
moiior, mrs. Anna Soyforth.
Huy your Alfalfa Stfod of Johnson
Sool Co, Grand Island, Nob. Th-jy
nave strictly tiry land, 1910 cron ro
oloano,i and govornmont tostod eood.
Wrlto for samples and quotations. 48-8
Wilson Tout, who la attending sum
mor school at Uio tato university,
camo homo Friday night to romaln
ovor Sunday with his' family.
Tftlio Anilnrnnn. tny n nnmlwm nf
yoars a rosldont ot Modlclno precinct,
but now-llvlnir la Hodkor county. Rnnnt
tho latter part of last week visiting
irionus m town. ,
If you havo trlod overytlilng olso
without Rosulta,' Try"' Chiropractic
opinai Aujusunonis ana get iwoii.
DR. Ij. D. RMITII..f!hlronmnfr.
40tf Building aadrodhBullding.
.My Faithful Servant
THE New Perfection Oil Cook Stove is never
cranky, never lazy, never late. It cooks delicious
meals and serves them on the minute. More than
2,500,000 housewives are using New Perfections
today 20 more than last year.
Cooks fast or slow as you like. Turns all the oil into
heat and all the heat is used in cooking. That's the
secret of the famous Long Blue Chimney burner.
No more coal hod and ash pan drudgery no more
toiling in a stuffy overheated kitchen.
Ask your dealer to show you the reversible glass
reservoir, an exclusive feature of the New Perfection.
For best results use Perfection Kerosene,
.STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Wm. Schick, of Fox Crook, iwBio vras
in town Saturday uald oats in that sec
tion of tho county Is badly showing
tho ncodi of rain. Corn, ho said, Is
doing fairly well.
For quick action and satisfactory
Balo list your land with Thoolecko. tf
P. A. Whlto loft at noon Saturday
for Omaha whoro ho Iwttll remain until
aftor tho aluito races tomorrow. Ho
may docld'o to go to Minneapolis be
foro returning homo.
Among tho tourist In town Saturday
was a party driving a Packard and an
othor driving a Plorco Arrow. Both1
woro ImmonBo "boats," and attracted
MIhh M. Sicilian, steam baths and
Swedish aiassngo, gentlemen and la
dles. Phono 897, Brodbcck bulldliig.
In a card to Tho Trlbuno, Rev. Roo
ort Whlto, formorly.ot this city, says:
"I am nt tho University of Chicago for
tho summer. I begin my work among
tho mountalnoois of Tonncsseco Sep
Mr, nnd Mrs. Henry Oloson, who
wero touring Colorado on a wedding
trip, roturnod homo today. Thoy worn
married In Gothonbarg two weeks ago,
Mr, Oloson is tho machinist at tho
Broken oyo glass lenses can bo re
placed tho soma day as ordor Is given
In our lonso grinding dopartmont.
HARRY DIXON & SON, k
tf Graduate Optometrists.
Tho rooms ocduiplcd by tho county
dork and tho county treasurer have
boon freshly decorated and tho furnl
turo iro-arrangod. . Tho rosult Is
brlghtor and moro attractlvo and bot
tor arrangod offlcosf . ?
Andv Schnrmnn. of Kramov fnrj
morly of this city, spont tho latter part
of laBt wook In towri visiting relatives
and friends. Ho Is still incapacitated
irom wora uy uio accident which bo
foll him twenty months ago.
John Plorco, a formor cattloman of
this section, died recently at Rock
Rlvor, Wyo., whero ho owned a ranch.
Ho loft this section about thirty years
ago, but will bo romcmbored by old
timers. Death was duo to kidney
Roy Vulgamot, living flvo miles
north of Arthur, committed sulcldo
last avooIc byBhootIng hlmsolf lif tho
head. It Is thought that tho fact that
ho had to reglstor for military draft
proyod on his mind, Ho was a bache
lor and thirty yoars of ago.
"Sudgo and Mir,s. H. M. Grimes loft
Sunday for Russollvillo, Ind., to visit
roiativos. They will moot tholr sou
Loo Grlmos at that placo and will thon
mako a trip through Ohio, Wost Vir
ginia and down to Chattanooga, Tonn.
Thoy will bo absont sovoral weeks.
Mrs. W. F. MlUar, living near Sar
bon, was placed' undor ?2,0l)0 bonds at
Ogalalla lust wook on tho chargo of
assaulting hor flftoen year old stop son.
Tho boy was found In bod with a badly
Injured hip, and takon to Kearney for
troatmont iwhoro ho 1b undor tho Jur
isdiction of tho court. i
W. J. Tlloy roturnod Friday from.
jjub iuimivH wiiuru tor two wooits 110
attondod tho annual national homo
stoad of tho Yeomen. At this meet
ing It Mas funanlmously docrood that
all mombors who go to war and aro
klllod, tho full amount ot tho policy
will bo paid lo tho bonoflclary.
I'OK YOUR AUTO SERVICE
Call 125 for Taxi day or night.
Also flvo or oovon passongor oar for
MOGBNSEN-LOUDEN AUTO CO-,
Chandler & Elcar Agoncy,
Cornor Eighth and Locust Sts.
WHY IS NORTH l'LATTTE FIRM?
Because Its Citizens Have Learned
Aftor reading this generous and en
couraging roport .from Mr. Rogors,
thoso who havo tho misfortune to suf
fer, as ho did will naturally long to
get Bimllar relief. But to got tho
samo good as Mr. Rogors had, you
shouldd got tho same remedy. There
are of cdujrso, other kidney pills but
thoro aro no other Kidney pills Uio
samo as Doan's. That Is why North
Platto pooplo demand the genuine
M. C. Rogors, prop, of harness store,
514, Locust St., North P'latte, says:
"Onco in a whllo my kidneys have be
come disordered and If I did not
attend to them, I Would get bad krff.
My back would become lame and there
would bo a steady acho in It. When I
tried to straighten up after elttlng, a
Bharp pain would catcli mo. I know
my kldnoys woro tho cause of the mis
ery, for at such times thoy acted too
often, especially at night. Doan's
Kldnoy Pills havo always relieved
any signs of bucIi troublo, putting my
kidneys in a normal condition. I
know thoy can bo depended upon and
r am glad to recommend them."
Prlco 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a Iddnoy remedy get
Doan's Kldnoy Pills tho safiithat
Mr. Rogors had. Foster-MUburnftCo.,
Mfgrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.
DR. HAKOLD A. FENNER
Office hours 9 a. in. to 5 p. m.
7 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Offlco Black 333 Res. Black 1020
Cathorlno McCIees will tako notice
that on tho 24th day of May, 1917, P.
II. Sullivan, a justlco of tho peaco, in
and for Lincoln County, Nebraska, is
sued an Ordor of Attachment for tho
Bum of $73.,0 In an action ponding bo
foro him, wherein Holon M. Rltner Is
plaintiff and Cathorlno McCIees, de
fondant, that property consisting of
ono Suit Case, ono Traveling Bag and
their contents, together with a miscel
laneous lot of woarlng apparol, toilet
and otlior articles, has boon attached
under said order.
Said causo was continued to tho 11th
day of July, 1917, at ton o'clock, a, m.
Dated North Platto, Nobraska, Juno
HELEN M. RITNER,
Losllo Karr will tako notlco that on
tho 13th day or Juno, 1917, Paul G.
Moyor, a Justlco of tho Poaco of Lin
coln County, Nebraska, Issued an or
dor of attachment tor tho sum of
$45.00, In iui action ponding before
him, whoroln Chns. C. Hupfor is
plaintiff and Losllo fCarr la dofondant.
that propqrty ot tho dofondant, con
sisting of wagos, earnod by him In
'tho sorvlco of and now In tho hands of
Uio Union Pacific. Railroad Company, a
corporation, has boon attachod undor
said ordor. Said caustfo Iwlas contin
ued to tho 30th Uay of July, 1917, at
9 o'clock a, m.
OH AS. O. HUPFER, Plaintiff.
HosplIM" Phono Black 633.
House Phone Black 633.
W. T. PRITCIIARD,
Bight years a Government VeterUar
lan. Hospital 218. south Locust St,
..one-half block southwest of the
The Nurse Brown Memorial
1O0& West Fourth Street
For tho treatment of Medical, Surgical
and Obstetrical Patients.
JOHN S. TWIN EH, SL I).
J. B. REDFIELD.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
PHYSICIAN &f SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs, Redfield & Reddeld
Office Phone 642 Res. Phone 676
DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEI. ..
Practice Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
728 Citr National Bank Building.
DERRYBERRY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day Phono 234.
Night Phone Black 588.
LET US INTRODUCE
QUALITY TO XOU
Quality In Cigars has has been our
aim since iwe began making cigars In
North Platto over thirty years ago
Wo put quality in tho first cigars Ave
mado, and that samo quality 13 In tho
cigars we make today. Schmalzrled's
Cigars have stood tho test of those
mare than thirty years. What greater
evidence of quality could you desire?
If you have not been smoking Sshmalz
dled's cigars, try them they are cer
tain to please.
J. F. SCHMAIZRIED.
By virtue of an order of sale issued
from the District Court of T.inr-oln
County, Nebraska, upon a decree of
loreciosuro rencierea in said Court
wherein The Welpton Invetment
Company, a Corporation, is plain
tiff and Clarence C. McGee et
ai are aeienuants, ana to me
directed, I will on the 13th day of July,
1917, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the east
front door of tho Court House in North
Platto. Lincoln County, Nebraska, sell
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash, to satisfy sad decree, interest
uuu cobi, me ionowing uescribed prop
Lots Number One (1). Two (21. Thrn
(3), Pour (4), Five (5), Six (6). Soven
(7) and Twenty-two (22) of McGeo's
subdivision of Lot Number Six (6). and
also Lots Number Two (2) and Throo
1 a; 01 iucuee'8 sutxiivision or Lot Num
ber Five fO all of Knur's milirtl vlutnn
of a part of the North Bast Quarter
(NBH) and tho South Half S) of
Section TWenty-nlno (29), In Township
v uui-iueii n) ixonn or uange Tlilrty
threo (S3) "West of the 6th p. m., in
Nebraska, beinpr a part of the Village
of Sutherland, Lincoln County, Nobras
ka, according to tho record plat thereof,
and also a piece, strip or parcel of land
described as betrlnnlntr nt a nnmt on tVin
south line of said Lot Number Seventeen
i,it) 01 uiarKson'a subdivision of the
North West Quarter (NWVi) of Sec
tion Twenty-nino (29), n Township
Fourteen (14. North of rtnnrrn Thlrtv.
three (33), west of the 6th p. m., being
u imri 01 me village ot Mumerianu, No
braska, a distance of Two Hundred
Fifteen (215) feet wnstnrlv from tli
South East (SE1 corner of H.iirl T.nt
Seventeen (17), running thence Norther
ly on a uno parallel wun mo AJast lino
of said Lot .a .distance of Two Hundred
and eight-tenths (200-81 fnftt. tlinnnn
west along the north lino of said lot a
distance of Ono Hundred and . Twenty
uuu nijtiy-i' ive iiunurecuns 11ZU.U5)
feet, thence in a southerly direction on
a line parallel with tho east line of
said lot a dlstanco of Two Hundred and
Thirteen and Two-Tenths (213.2) feet,
thence In an easterly direction along
the south line of tho said lot a dis
tance of Ono Hundred and Twonty (120)
feet to the place of beginning
Dated North Platto. Nebraska, this
11th day of Juno, 1917.
A. J. SALISBURY. Sheriff.
NOTICE OF FINAL HISPORT
Estate No. 1437 of Herman A. Erb,
deceased, In the County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, to all persons
Interested In said estato take notlco
that the administrator has filed a final
account and report of his administra
tion and a petition for final settlement
and discharge as such, which have been
set for hearing bofore said court on
July 6. 1917, at 9 o'clock a. m., when
you may appear and contest tho same.
Dated Juno 6, 1917.
J12-JS GEO. E. FRENCH,
By virtue of an order directing the
referoe to make a sale, which' order was
issued from tho District Court of Lin
coln County. Nebraska, unon n. ilrr
of partition and tho confirmation of
tno reroree's report rendered in said
court, wherein Lilllo M. Dean, Rosa
Eshon and Blueford Anway are plain
tiffs and Thomas Anway and Ethel An
way, his wife; Lewis Anway and Goldle
Anway, his wife; Jane Grimes and
James Grimes, her husband; Aam E.
Donaldson, Benjamin Anway and
Annie Anway, his wife; Joseph Harris,
single; and Harris and Harris,
his wife, whoso first and real names are
to your said plaintiffs unknown; Bruco
Eshon, husband of Rosa Eshon; Rush
M. Dean, husband of Lilllo M. Dean;
Georgo Anway, an incompet-.it and W
S. Fast, superintendent of the Asylum
for tho Insano of Nobraska, In whose
custody ond care Georgo Anway is nt
tho present time; Ella Anway, an in
competent, and Dr. G. D Griffith, super
intendent of tho Nebraska Institution
for Fooblo Minded Youth at Beatrice,
In whoso custody and care said Ella An
way Is at the present time; John W.
Fowler and Bertha L. Fowlor, his wife,
parties In possession of said lands;
and George O. Fowlor and Dolllo M.
Fowler, his wife, parties In possession
of said lands, and to 1110 directed I will
on the 9th day of July, 1917, at two
o'clock P. M. at tho East Front Door
of the Court Hous In North Platte, Lin
coln County, Nebraska, sell at public
auction to tho highest biddor for cash
tho following described real estate, to
wit: All of Section Flvo (6), in Town
ship Twelvo (12), North of Range Thlr-ty-ono
(31), West of tho 6th P. M.; the
South Half of tho Northeast Quarter
(SW NEU) and Lots Ono and Two (1 &
2), all in Section Six (6), in Township
Twelve (12), North of Range Thlrty
ono (31), West of tho 6th P. M ; nnd the
South Half, (S) of Section Thirty
throe (33), in Township Thlrteon (13).
North of Range Thirty-one (31). West
of the 6th P. St.. all ol said land being
located in Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Dated this 4th day of June, 1917,
. O. E. ELDriR,
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon
Special Mention given (0 Surgery
Office: Building and Loan Building
I Oilice 130
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building
North Platte, Nebraska.
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L . C . DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
I will JmTO n cnrlond of Holstoln
Cows about July 1st. Thoy aro ns
good as monoy can buy. If you need
one or more sec mo
Am soiling all kinds of caltlo in
any number desired, in addition to
Phones: Office 459 IIonso Hod C30.
C. H. WALTERS.
MIXED SCRAP IRON
$10:00 PER TON.
MACHINERY CAST IRON
$10 PER TON.
All Junk is high. Bring it in.
North Platte Junk House.
.. , , NOTICE
A oz.er; the heirs of HenrT A? Lfe?
pany; Henry A. Lozier & Company a
" t . ""'"J iviary m. L,ozler:
2lenLfzI?rJ Georpe Sparks Lo-
AT ' 6ici Ajiuie lazier:
. .wm.v. f iiuity OULLUI1 ; An.
nle Sutton: Ellzniwi, '.
Mabel Thomas; Pearl Thomas;'
Tinmns. nliH.i nt mi.:".' .
mi:;,"' , . """co xiiomas;
?SEa2' 21 Thomas;
of t h t xr'"" .f "eceiver
The Am bH nn i ii r.i! riir ? anG
poration. .wwuuy, a cor-
tiffi.?!? SS0?,? ?re. hereby no-
v""k " ",u ot uay or wovem
ft l! .oeleckeTu?-
County, Nebraska, at public tax sale
Hle Southeast Quarter (SBVi) of Seo
nt,E'ten "ATownshiK (to0).
braSknh PRn ' P"cPn Cotjr. Ne-
inv. r.. .1 " unsesseu ana
o-nTn 1 i? ya I"?, ana 1916
A. Lozier; that. I purchased said 1 tax
certincate, and all of the rigilts ac-
nrnlnr' thamnn '.la ac-
. t v. . .j , 1 l 1 1 1.1 iiuw noid nn in-
slgnment thereof; that after tho
from ht a. !ax. eed
.o,:",,'"' ',e"B ."fi 'n "om said
; h.t V" f0 wun ine nrst dav
of November A. D. 1917 y
-.erinicate IVO. 8098.
. , ARTHUR C. MATER,
, Slicrlrt'w Sale.
tZ VltoLW P sale issued
.uioi-iuouie lenaereu in said Ponrt
wherein Tho Beatrice Building and
Loan Assnclntln nr Ti.i ' v'r"
on , tixo""l4tl" day1 Tju" lyf0 !?V 1 aY'
com county: Nebraska sell at ' PuSl
nu?Uon th0 Hehest bidder f5r
Sfd ' co0stsSatthey ',d doce. interest
nrnnnrtv 4 ...V;. t,.10F,ne described
ty, Nebraska. ' "'um v-oun-
i9bated North Platte, Nebr., Juno 7.
inz A. J. SALISBURY. Sheriff.
r- I V.Ki,ir 'iVATj REPORT
. at..A. Pfttrlok Ruddy, decn eA
Nebraska. "y Urt of Llncm County!
Tho State of Nebrasln t n
a final aacount and'SoVrofTi. fld
court on July 6 ini7 n? o . i raia
Jjateu June 11, 1917.
J12J29 uiiU. - FRENCH,
""""t j uuge.
deceased. ir7 t'hTcoWtTK M?a
coin County. NhrnX,iy ourt of Lln-
lLcl o a??nst said0neaatnato s
id estate ia June 1 mf?&eTnt ,0,?
J-W VSnii"- .
V"''0" OI Paulina Zlmmer
com CouKty', ti&ASJg." Court ot Lln:
iISy,n',te.i;0!: Presentation nd fftt
a m 'and Sn"' Vnuarya9918
tlonr,dSrynnfeit aU Cla,ms nnd obJ:
J5-4w GE0- FRENCH,
notiob to cammous
1 UO SilTlte Of Mahra.t.. -,.,.
?fc10 f" ',n- Rnd n February 27 1918
J36-4W QE0, E FRENCH.
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