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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1917)
Omaha Sept. 26 to Oct. 6
National Swine", Exhibit
South Side, Oct. 3 to 10.
Electrical Parade Even
ing WednesdayJOct. 4.
Special train will leave Omaha
11:45 p. m. operating via South
Omaha, making all stops between
Omaha and Columbus.
Thursday, October 4.
Special train will leave Omaha
at 5:15 p. m. for Grand Island
making all stops Fremont and
West. Extra coaches will also
be provided on No. 23.
Ak-Sar-Ben's Big Mil
acle, Thursday Evening
Extra equipment will be pro
vided on regular' trains into
Omaha, Oct. 3d and 4th.
Special trains and extra equip
ment will be provided only in
case the Government doos not
requisition equipment for special
provides splendid train service
into Omaha for accomodation of
Bathtub, and Bathing.
In mnny European countries "tuo
best people" If you know what Unit
meansnever bntlio In water.
Spanish matrons havo expressed
much sur;ilso at my complaints about
tho ubsenco of bathing facilities In tho
Madrid hotels. Ono lady, wife of u dis
tinguished nicnibor of the cortcs, told
mo alio "had herself rubbed down in oil
onco a week, but never had got Into a
tub of water nnd never would!"
My memory of London hotels goes
back to 1870, when thero wns not u
Biiiglo bathtub In any hotel In that city,
A tin pan and bucket of warm water
was tho only "tub,' and you woro
lucky to get that.
And In that samo period in Now Yovu
city tho Metropolitan and St. Nicholas
hotels, supposed to bo models of excel
lence wero totally wanting in bath
rooms. Admittedly, It Is as dllUcult to Imag
ino Ufo without motorcars as without
bathtubs, but tho former nro less than
a twenty-ycur-old necessity, whllo tho
bath was an institution long beforo tho
times of Uio Roman emperors. Julius
Chambers in Brooklyn Knglo.
Our Coal Resources.
Aro our coal mines bolng exhausted
by their vast production? Not at n rate
which need worry us or causo fears
that tho next generation will freeze to
death. Ncnrly ten yours ago u compo
tent ouglneor analyzed tho figures of
soft coal production and rcservo and
concluded that If our output continued
to increase according to tho growth
shown up to that timo it would reach
a stable maximum of 2,300,000,000 tons
tier year about tho year 21DQ and that
TOO years xnoro of production nt that
rato would exhaust tho known coal
measures of the United Stntcsl
SInco ho wrote production has nd
vnnood at a Blower rato than ho antici
pated and Important now deposits havo
ome to light. Thero should bo no
yrnnta of our mineral fuel, but nelthor
thero any occasion for alarm. Au
ihruclte, of course, la unothcr matter,
ftut oven of that thero Is enough to last
tor at least a cutury. Ohlcugo Journal.
Why Bh Wont Homo.
Wifo-Tom, dear, this my first plum
pudding. Hub (dubiously) It looks
rather nice Wlfo Do you kuow. I
wns wondering whllo making It why
wo call it plum pudding when there
isn't a plum in It, Hub (having eaten
a Uttlo) I fancy, my dear, tho word
should bo spelled "plumb," which, you
will find by tho dictionary, means "a
little mass or Weight of lead." Boston
! Hit With.
I Willis Would you bo satisfied if jrou
ad all the Money you wanted? GIlui
I'd be satisfied .If I bad all tbe motley
y creditors wanted. Exchange,
TlMirnffyQtlJcr rifle usSTLy tho armies
of Europe, Tho magazlno holds flvo
cartridges, packed n chargers.
Tho British rlflo Is tho outcome of
tho South African war. It holds ten
cartridges and Is sighted from 200 to
Tho Italian Mannllchcr-Carcano is
rather slow, discharging hut fifteen
rounds of shot n minute.
Tho French Lebcl Is tho longest rllle.
Tho tubo magazine under the barrel
holds eight cartridges. The bullet used
In it weighs 103 grains.
Tho Russian rifle Is seven Inches
longer than tho British. It Is capable
of firing twenty-four bullets to tho min
ute. Tho bayonet Is always fixed.
Tho Austrian rlflo Is tho lightest of
all, yet its bullet, 214 grain, Is the
heaviest used by any of the powers. It
Is very rapid In action.
Tho Belgian Mauser of 1889 liolds
llvo cartridges carried In clips. It can
not ho used as a single loader. It
weighs over eight pounds.
From tho Cellar of Life.
Do not bo afraid, do not cry out, for
llfo Is good. I came from low down,
from tho collar of life, whero darkness
and terror reign, whero man Is half
beast and llfo Is only a fight for bread.
It flows slowly there, In dark streams,
hut even there glenm pearls of courage,
of Intelligence nnd of heroism, even
thcrobcautyand loyo exist. Everywhere
that man Is found, good Is; In tiny
particles nnd Invlslblo roots but still
It is there. All these roots will -not
perish; soino will grow nnd flourish and
bear fruit. I bought dearly the right
to believe this; therefore It is mine my
whole llfo long. And thus I have won
yet another right, tho right to demand
that you, too, bcllovo ns I do, for I am
tho volco of that life, tho despairing
cry of those who remain below nnd
who havo scut mo to herald their pain.
They also long to rise to self respect,
to light and freedom. Gorky In "Tho
If you work for n man, in heaven's
nnmo work for him. If ho pays wages
that supply you your bread and butter,
work for him, speak well of him, jthlnk
well of him, stnnd by him and stand by
the Institution he represents. I think
if 1 worked for a man 1 would work
for him. I would not work for him a,
part of his time, but nil of his time. I
would glvo nu undivided service or
none. If put to n pinch nn ounco of
loyalty is worth a pound of cleverness.
If you vilify, condemn nnd eternally
disparage, why, resign your position
and when you ore outside roar to your
licart'B content. But, I pray you, so
long as you aro a part of an institu
tion, do not condemn It. Not that you
will lujuro tho Institution not that
but when you dlspnrago tho coucern of
which yod nro a part you dlspurago
yourself. Elbert Hubbard.
Colony of Cousins.
In Cntlln bay, closo to tho great rock
of Gibraltar, thero Is a colony so uniquo
that it stands out almost ns a trlbo dis
tinct in itself. Mnny generations ago,
during a storm, a licet of Genoese fish
ermen put Into tho sheltered spot and
so escaped tho fury of tho sea. In tho
boats, so history has it, were many wo
men, and they beenmo so enamored of
tho spot that huts wero built and thoy
remained. Hundreds of years havo
passed, and tho Uttlo trlbo still lingers
on. It Is a colony of cousins, dwelling
apart in tho shadow of a great rock
and going down to tho sen In nhlps to
earn hard won llvollhood. -
The Ideal Kltohon.
The kitchen Is tho rcnl workshop of
tho family. Most of tho work thero
hua to do with preparing food for tho
family, cleaning It up and putting it
away, Tho old fashioned kitchens
nover took Into account economy of
steps nnd time, but todny this is al
ways doue. Thero Is u logical order
for tho arrangement of tho equipment
Things thnt belong to each process
should bo together, within tho reach
of tho worker. Tho icebox, cold pan
try, kitchen cabinet, stovo nnd serving
tnblo aro used together and should bo
in it closo continuous lino. This Is thu
food preparation eldo of tho equip
ment For tho cleaning up of tho samo
economy should bo practiced. Tho sluk
should bo near tho china closet or In
a butler's pantry, tho track should bo
straight for clearing up. Always havo
plenty of tnblo room near tho Blnk. A
drain board on each sldo Is tho bed!
plan, or nt lenBt n set of hanging
shelves, a hinged shelf nnd cxtrn ta
blo or a wheeled tahlo nt tho right If
tho dralu tahlo Is porcelain n rubber
mat will prevent brenknge Exchange.
Tho Starvation Point.
To tho question, "If llioro wero a
5lego, how long do you think tho sol
llors and civilians could llvo aftor tho
food supplies gavo out?" un English
paper auswers; Sclenco tolls us that If
uo cnu get drinking water an ordinary
ainn can exist for thirty days without
food. At tho end of that tlmo the' ma
chinery of fcho body will not bo spoiled
and can bo brought back to Its former
itrcngth by careful feeding.
About a quarter of our body weight
Is fat, and It Is mostly this rnt that Is
absorbed m food during tho period of
starvation. Wo cnu absorb and burn
up our muscles until 00 per cent of
tholr weight la gono. Wo can do tho
Bauio with from 30 to 40 per cont of
our livers and digestive organs and 20
per cont of our lungB. Our hearts enn
lose 10 per cent and our brains and
nervous systems can loso C per cent
It will bo seen that the moro vital
organs brain nnd heart yield least of
thtlr.valunblo substanco for tho Ufa of
the body, whllo tho less essential sub
stances fat, muscle fiber, etc aro con.
THE 8EMI-WEEKLY TRIBON
' In tho Amcrlcmf Magazlno is an a'rtl
ilo by J. O. Armour entitled "Armour
Men Who Got Ahead-and Why," In
which Mr. Armour gives bis opinion of
tho qualifications that mako for busi
"Ono of tho truest axioms I know,"
ho says, "Is tho business saying that
'tho best trained man Is tho self train
ed man.' It Is my belief that no man
developed by a formula In a business
organization can ever reach tho power
of onn who Is put on his own responsi
bility, knowing that his advancement
depends on his own brains, foresight
"By this I do not mean that n busi
ness leader should let his men go along
blindly. Ho must always glvo some
thing of hlraselfT no must teach them
tho overhand nnd crawl strokes whero
they know only tho brenst stroko bo
fore. But In nny ofllco organization
tho man who has never had to stand
squarely on his own feet Is never In a
position to march ahead."
Work of a Mlcrosoopo.
Ono of tho nowest of astronomical
Instruments Is tho blink microscope
Tho princlplo involved is similar to
that of tho moving plcturo machine
In tho latter tho film used consists of n
scries of pictures, each n Uttlo differ
cnt from Its predecessor. If theso nro
presented in rapid succession tho se
ries is fused into ono plcturo In which
tho succeeding differences appear as
motion. Tho blink mlcroscopo enables
one to compnro n. photograph of a por
tion of the heavens with another of
tho samo region, taken several years
later. An ingenious contrlvanco brings
first one then tho other plate into view
In rapid succession. If In the Interval
between two exposures n star In tho
region has changed its position appre
ciably it will appear to move and can
bo detected nt onco. Formerly it wns
necessary to measure carefully tho po
sitions of all tho stars on both plates
In order to detect thoso with large
proper motions. Such stars arc some
times cnllcd "runaway" stars.
Complaint of the Stupid,
It Is only stupid people who complain
that they aro misunderstood. If they
wero not stupid they would know that
thero Is absolutely no such thing as be
ing misunderstood, nnd thereforo that
thero Is nothing whatsoever to bo gain
ed by complnlnlng nbout It.
Wise peoplo who want to bo under
stood do not spend their tlmo com
plaining, but In perfecting soino means
of expressing themselves by which
they may reveal to tho world about
them somo slight remnant, at least, of
their souls or their minds or their ideas
or their discoveries or their eccentrici
ties or whatever it is they want to
When you complain .about not being
understood tho only thing you mako
clear is that you aro a complalner.
All of tho Eskimo carving today Is
dono with steel tools, but thero Is work
In cxlstcuco that dates back to tho
stono age. Tho older Eskimos say that
their ancestors used tools of Hint, and
It Is known that they havo been carv
ing ivory for many generations. Some
of tho very poorest of them and those
that llvo in tho most out of the way
places aro noted for their work of this
kind. They seem to do It for pastime
nnd mnko many toys and dolls foi
their children. Thoy havo- n way o(
softening tho bone, horn or ivory bo
foro they work It, nnd to make the
carvings moro distinct they etch lined
on tho surfaco with a black paint mado
of n mixture of gunpowder nud blood.
This, when put on tho freshly cut bono,
makes n permanent stain.
Pay Up Now,
If you hnvo $3 .or moro or less for
which you havo no pressing need go
nnd liny a debt with It. That is tho
best uso you can mako of toonoy, un
less you nro naked or starving. Now
Is Iho tlmo to oboy tho Blblo Injunc
tion, "Owo no man auythlng." That
Is In tho Blblo, but from tho way somo
debtors spend money they don't seem
to know It or caro for It If thoy have
a dollar oxtra It goes for a plcasuro
or a convenience. Tho duty to pay
soino ono thoy owo nover occurs to
them. Nor docs It occur to, them that
every uuscttled debt Is a drag on a
community. Everybody has to pay in
terest on It
Peoplo have to pay moro for their
sugar nnd coffco becauso other peoplo
owo tho grocer and won't pny. It is
ono of tho items In tho high cost of
living. And then thero Is a whole
some public policy In scattering tho
monoy around. It will help find work
for somo poor man nnd help some, oth
er debtor pny his debt So pay up now.
-Ohio Stato Journal.
What Kept Her Young.
I kuow a Uttlo lady, slim, bent, but
uullucd by tho years, who sits nbsorb
edly through nil of tho fashion open
ings of tho great shops and watches
breathlessly as tho models In their mar
velous gowns file paBt her chair. Sho
particularly loves tho tullo and be
spangled evening frocks that tho young
girls wear, and sho tells us glowingly
of tho "wonderful color, my dear, and
tho wny it was madol" Sho couldn't
possibly wear "tho gowns that buo ad
mires bo. Sho couldn't afford them if
thoy wero suitable but sho loves them
just tho same.
"It's time," I onco heard a neighbor
womnn say rather snlfllngly, "that sho
got over such vanity. She's old enough
to stop thinking nbout clothes."
Tho neighbor didn't stop to reason
out that it was tho lovo of clothes that
kept a spark of youth In tho heart of
tho Uttlo old lady a divine spark of
youth that kept hor from being color
Ices and tired and wan! Christian
E, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.,, ,
r. mi, i urn. ana- rafiafTff.'T '
wnuo I am well rooted in my French
nnd LitUu soil, I hnvo traveled far
through tb. world, and ono may bc
llovo mo when I say thnt I hnvo found
no city that moro resembles Paris in
its ways and tho characteristics of its
inhabitants than New York. Even
London, ndmlrable as it Is, is moro
apnrt. This Is not to say that New
York Is not profoundly original, but
that between It and Paris there are
parallel originalities. Tho gaycty of the
streets; already certain aspects of pic
turesque antiquity; tho atmosphere of
welcoming; tho vivacious spirit, cordial
hospitality and disinterested enthusi
asm for talent, merit or novelty; n cer
tain quickness to adopt nud to discard
Ideas, art movements and people; a
restlessness nt times too feverish; a
lovo of pleasure, elegance and luxury;
a tendency to respond Instantly and as
one man to any great nud International
event nil this is What makes of Paris
and New York, ench In Its own particu
lar way, with its Uttlo faults aud grand
qualities, tho two most sympathetic,
tho most "electric" cities of tho civ
ilized world. Jules Bois In Century.
Immigrants and the Birth Rate.
Tho figures given out by tho census
bureau showing whnt la described as an
astonishingly higher birth rato among
foreign born Americans than among
native Americans are perhaps not so
astonishing after all.
It Is common knowledge that the
families of foreign born parents nro
Inrger thun purely A ncrlcan families.
It is safe to say that they havo been
for mnny years, though tho figures now
published nro tho first ever mndo by
the national government but persons
who nro distinctly American In their
fooling, habits, prejudices, customs and
thinking continue to govern America
and lead tho American peoplo,
Thnt tho more rapid lucrcaso of tho
elements brought into tho population
by recent Immigration will havo a tend
ency to uuatncrlcuulzc America is nn
assumption thnt lacks support In na
tional experience. Our expcrlcuco Is
that America makes Americans of Eu
ropeans. St Louis Republic.
Tho Great Secret.
Tho regulation of our time is moro
Important than tho effort to get mon
ey. When wo know how to regulato
our tlmo enough money will nlwnys
come. Earning n living Is only a mat
ter of learning how to spend ono's
time. And slngulur as this may seem,
It Is uot the time spent in earning a
living that counts so much ns tho tlmo
spent when wo are not earning It It
Is what you do when you don't havo
to do anything that tells In tho long
When, thereforo, you aro not busy
trying to make both ends meet spend
your timo in associating with million
aires nnd peoplo who havo nothing to
do but spend enormous Incomes, You'll
bo a mllllonalro yourself beforo you
know It If you want to catch n dls
ease always expose yourself to it
Life. Justice White a Great Walker.
Chief Justico Whlto could glvo the
noted Edwnrd Payson Weston n good
handicap and bent him In n walking
match. Mr. White brims over with
good nature, Bays Ellshn Hanson in
Cartoons Magazine, and ho Is u wel
come visitor on nny street which he
picks for his rambles about Washing,
ton. Ho probably knows moro women
nnd children In tho poorer sections, be
tween tho cnpltol nnd tho exclusive
northwest of tho city, than any other
Wnshlngtonlan. Frequently ho is Been
trudging along In tho midst of a lot of
urchlus.noue of whom shows tho slight
est regard for tho great dignity of his
ofllcc, but who bask equally under tho
radiance of his beaming smiles.
A small boy whoso record for de
portment nt school had nlways stood
at a hundred camo homo ono day re
cently with bis standing reduced to
"Whnt have you been doing, my
6on 7" asked his doting mother.
"Been doing?" replied tho young
hopofuL "Been doing Just ns I havo
been doing all along, only tho teacher
caught mo this time." Philadelphia
"I see that Fill Flubdub, the actress,
Is so temperamental that sho swoons
at tho odor of tuberoses. So her man
agement has to watch her constantly,"
"Dm! Time brings great changes. I
knew hor onco. Sho wns raised in
a block next to a gas house." Ex
O PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT. O
O Bronchitis. O
o Symptoms of an ordinary cold o
o accompany tho onset of bron- o
o chitis. A chill Is rare, but thero o
o is invariably a bcuso of oppres- o
p slon, wltli heaviness and Ian- o
o guor aud pains In tho bones and o
o back. In mild cases there is o
o scarcely nny fover. o
0 Tho bronchial symptoms set in o"
o with n feeling of tightness and o
o rawness beneath tho brenntbono o
o nnd a sensation of oppression in o
o tho chest. Tho cough Is rough o
o at flrst nnd often of a ringing o
o character. It comes on in parox- o
o ysins, which rack and distress o
o tho patient cxtremoly. o
o If you get ncuto bronchitis and o
o want to play safo go to bed nnd o
o stay thero uutll you nro no long- o
o or feverish. You will 6et well a o
o great deal quicker if you stay in o
o bed for a day or two nt tho be- o
o ginning of the attack. o
.. Office phone 241. , Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST,
North Platte, - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
Th Nurse Brown Memorial
1008 West Fourth Street.
For tho treatment of Modlcal, Surgical
and Obstotrlcal Patients.
JOHN S. TYFINEM, M. I).
DIt. HAROLD A. FENNEIt
Office hours 9 a, m. to 5 p. m.
7 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Offlco Black 333 Ros. Black 1020
Hospital Phone Black 638.
House Phono Black 633.
Vt, T. PBITCHABD,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218-south Locust St,
one-half block southwest of the
One Hall Block North ot Postoflice.
A modern institution for tho
sciontific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lncas, H. D.
J.B. RedfielilO. J. S. Simms, M.D
Sheep and Cattle
Farmers this is the year and the
time of the year to get stock to eat
up your rough feed. I have on
hand and for sale 3000 feeding lambs
and ewes, and 500 cattle. Come
and talk to me.
C. H. WALTER,
DERRYBERBY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Director
Day Phone 234.
Night Phono Black 688.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate No. 149G tot Sophia Federhoof,
deceased in tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
The Stato of Nobraska, ss: Credi
tors of said ostato will tako notice
that tho tlmo Uinltodfor presentation
nnd lling of claims against said
estate is January 12, 1018, and for set
tlement of said ostato is Sentomber 7.
1918; that I will sit at tho county
court room in sam county, on October
12, 1917, at 9 o'clock a. m. and on
January 12, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m. to
receive, examine, hear, allow or adjust
an claims anu objections duly tiled.
. GEO. E. FRENCH,
sll-03 - County Judge,
Taken up-on my land in Hlnman
man proolnct three miles west ot
North Platto, Septembor 2, 1917, two
four yoar old boraes; wolght about
1100 each, ono black, tho other .bay
with star in forehead; no brands.
Owner can have animals by proving
property and paying charges.
Always Glad to Get
A Good Cigar
And thoro's no placo yon can got a
good cigar bettor Urns at Sckmal
zrled's. With flllor and -wrapper of
tho best quality band made, thoro Is la
the Schnialzrlod-taado cigar all that
tho most exacting smoker demands.
Wo handle tobacco and smokers'
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
Real Estate, Flro, Tornndo aMHijl
Insronncc. Special Agents frtfloj
Llfo Insurnnco Company, v 1
Corner Front nnd Dowey StsT Unseal
Phono Red 672. North riattcfljftfl
Phone 308" . .
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building
North Platto, Nebraska
Geo. B. Dent t
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention" given to forgery
and Obstetrics. i
Office: Building and Loan i&ulldlhjl
Phon Rosidence 115
Office: First National Bank BuUdlng.j
J. B. REDFIEL1).
PHYSICIAN &JSURQ EONS HOSPITAL'
Drs. Rodflold '& Redtleld ' '
Office Phone 642 Res; Phono 67. 1
DOCTOR B. T. QUIGLEI . . . '
Practice Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
728 City National Bank Building. '
$6 per Ton.
North Platte Junk House.
OLD LINE LIFE Policies!
ON EASY TERIS
J. E. SEBASTIAN. Stnto Mcrr.
Phone Office Red 612
Residence Red 348
NOTICE KOIl rUIH.IOATION
Serial No. 06153.
Department ot the Interior
U. S. Lnnd OlHct, at North Platte, Neb.
Sept. 20. 1917.
Notice Is hereby given that Ells
worth Pease, of Tryon, Nebr.. who. on
Sept. 10, 1914, made Homestead entry
No. 06163, for 8 of SWM, and NWVi
of SWM, Section 34, Township 16, .N., .
Range 31, 6th Principal Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to mako
tlnal three year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore the Register and Receiver, at
North Platte, Nebr., on the 10 th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Royce Welllver. of North Platte, Nebr.,
Harry Madison, of Tryon, Nebr.,
Fred Johanson, of North Platte, Nebr,,
Melvln Wellivor, of North Platte, Nebr.
02-6 E. J. EAMES, Register. .
Notlco of Petition.
Estato No. 1503, of Nicholas Wiley
Grandoy, deceased. In the Coumty
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska.:
Tho Stato of Nebraska: To all por-'
sons interested In said Estato tako
notice that a petition has been hied
for the appointment of Lois Grandoy
as administratrix ot said estato which
has been sot for hearing herein on
October 12th, 1917, nt 9 o'clock a', m.
Dated September 17th, 1917.
GEORGE E. FRENCH,
S18-09. County Judge.
Notlco of Gnnrdlan's Final Settlement
In tho .county court Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Stato of Nebraska, to Prod I. Her
zog, Ireno E. Horzog, Emily
Horzog and L. T. Herzog,
minors, Will tako notlco that
O. E. Elder, as Guardian, has
filed his report showing that all of
tho estate of said minors coming into
his possession, has been used for their
support, and that thoro remains noth
ing of said ostato for him to act as
Guardian ovor, and 'praying for final
sotttlemont and dlschnrgo as such
Guardian. Said matter will bo heard
boforo said court October 19, 1917, at
nlno t'clock a. m.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
BI8-.0I6 County Judge.
North Katto, Nob., Sopt 24, 1917.
Clydo E. Frazoa wlW tako notice,
that on tho 20th day ot Septembor,
1917, I. L. MUtonborgor, a Justico of
tho ipeaco of Lincoln county, Nobras
ka, issued an order ot attachment for
tho sum of $23.20 in an action pond
tag befbro him, wli(orein Harry I.
Block is plaintiff and Clydo E. Frazeo
dofondant, that proporty of tho do
fondant consisting of ono trunk, and
contents has been attached undor said
ordor. Said causo is continued to tho
16th day of Octobor, 1917 , at 10
o'clock a. m. HARRY I. BLOCK,
To Juanlta Froed, non-rosldont do-'
fondant: You aro hereby notified that
on tho lGth day of Juno, 1917, Qua
Freed filed a botitlon against you in
Uio District Count of LincoCn County,,
Nobraska, tho object and prayor of
which aro to obtain a dlrorco from you
oil tho ground that you havo wilfully
abandoned tho plaintiff without good
cause, for tho torm of moro than two
yoars last past and' for tho custody of
thq minor child, tho Ibsuo of said mar-'
riago, to-wlt: Paulino Freod ago 12
yoars. You aro required to answer
said petition on or boforo Monday, No
vombor Eth, 1917.
Dr GEO. N. GIBBS. '
7S-4w Hla Attorney.
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