The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, December 28, 1917, Image 4
IltA L. HAKE, Editor mid Publisher SUBSCRIPTION IUTES: Ono Year by Mnll In Advance. .. .$1.2.") One Year by Cnrrlcr In Adrnnco $l-"0 Entorod at North Platto. Nebraska, Postoffico as Second Class Matter. FRIDAY. DKt'KMHElt 28. 1!)I7. l'JlO'INd THE FALSITY OF SLAXDHItS ON THE RED CROSS. Offlco of County Defense Council. North Platto, Nobr., Due. 20, 1917. Editor of Tribune: During the drive for Rod Cross mom borshlp my attontion was called to a number of slandoroiiB nro-Gorman statomonts that wore bolng put In cir culation with tho ovidont purposo of discouraging tho workers and afford ing excuses for non-patriotic porsons to refuse taking momborBhlp. Ono of tho stories tiiat was peddled out, was to tho effect: That Leslie Sinuns, who was homo on a furlough at Thanks giving had said: "That at Funston the soldiers woro required to pay for Red Cross supplies, such as knit sweaters, socks, otc' In order to run this story down to its source 1 wroto a letter to tho commanding officer of Leslie Simms' company, requesting him to investigate tho story and" to glvo mo the results of his investigation. In roply to this lettor I havo received tho following letter: Company Q. 355th Inf., Camp Funston, Doc. 23, 1917. Mr. T. C. Patterson, Chairman, North, riatte, Nebraska. Roplylng to your ravor of Dec. 18th in regard to statomonts said to have boon mado by Loslio Simms of this Company about tho salo of nod Cross mpplioa at this camp, I desiro to say that I have questioned Simms about this mater and ho has donied having mado such a statement. And that what ho did say was this: That tho men horo (at Funston) had recolved Red Cross suppllos, and that ho had hoard from sotno of tho inon who had Borved on the Mexican bordor that theso supplies had boon sold there. Ropresontatives of tho Red Cross havo offered to supply swoators, etc., to such of tho men that cared to ro colvo them and UiIb offor has boon published in this company. So far as I know or nm ablo to Judge, tho Red Cross suppllos havo beon given freoly to such nion as doslro to rocolvo thorn. Very truly yours, Novlllo C. Flshor, Capt., 355th Inf., Commanding Co. G, Any storioa that nro in circulation calculated to throw discredit on tho Rod Cross work should bo roportcd to this offlco at once for tho purposo of Investigation. Partlos who orlginato or ropoat scandalous stories or this kind nro liablo to prosecution under tho Federal Esplonago Act. Respectfully, T. c: PATTERSON, Chairman. cattle'fok sale. j 450 head of white- faced throo-yoar old hoirers, 05 por head. Delivered in Denver March 1st, 1918. 170 head, 80 por cent whlto facos, $02.50 per head, dollvorod in Dcuvor March 1st. 200 young whlto faced cows, $55 por head, for immediate dollvory in Denver. ,' 50 young Red Durham cows, $55 por head, for immediate delivery at Ft. Morgan, Col. All Colorado natlvo's. Wo always keop 50 or 75 head in tho local stockyards Will bcII uny number nt any tlmo. C. RAUOH & SON, 720 Eust Fourth Stroot, Phono Blk. 1008. North Platto. A fow more good used cars for salo at tho Romlgh Garage. Romomber thoy nro all guaranteed to you. Tho tlmo to buy . is now, whon you can buy safely and cheaply. J. V. ROMIQII. You can "do your bit" by asking only for equipment you must huvo, and mak ing amy sucu local anu cans as aro aDsoiuteiy necessary, NEBRASKA TELEPHONE 00. DISCHARGED SOLDIEK FOUND DEAD NORTH OF CITY. Potor Topka, twenty-six years old, an Austrian by birth, and who had beon discharged from tho First Caval ry at Fort Russell Octobor 20th last, was found dead on tho Smith farm twelvo mlloB northeast of town Mon day. Mr, Smith had several stacks of wheat on tho farm, and Monday wont to oxamino tho grain preparatory to thronhlng. An he approached tho stacks ho noticed lying bctwoon them tho body of a man, and upon exami nation found him hatless and shooloss, and his appearance indicated that he had beon dead two or threo weeks. Mr. Smith reported tho finding of the body first to a neighbor and then noti fied Shorlff Salisbury, who In company with W. R. Malonoy drove out to the Smith farm Monday afternoon and brought tho body to tho Malonoy morguo whore it is Doing hold whilo correspondence Is being had with tho officers at Fort Russell. On his person was found his dis charge from government service on acount of tuborcular trouble a gold watch, a small sum of money, a bis cuit and a ticket from Omaha to Choycnno bearing tho salo date of December 9th. Other than being shoo loss nnd hatless, ho was woll dressed. A search of the premises around the stack failed to locato the shoos or hat belonging to tho dead man. Tho supposition Is that tho man bo camo domented, got off a night train at Maxwoll either December 9th or 10th, and started out toward tho hills, traveling In a northeasterly direction. Overcome by the cold ho lnid down botweon tho stacks of grain and died from exposure Check Up The QucNtlounlrc. To provent some registered men from ovadlng Borvico In tho draft army by not giving all information sought by tho government through its ques tionairo syBtom, falsely answorliif cortaln sections, the, government has appointed special ugonts who trace down appeal claims. Not only tho mon who falsely answer to ovndo sorvico but othors who will not stato sotno facts in ordor that thoy may bo class! fled for early sorvico, aro checked over by these mon. Tho regulations portainlng to duties of theso appeal ngonta aro In part as follows: "Every registrant, and, to a cortaln cxtont ovory porson in each community, is Interested In tho action of tho local hoards on each particular caso. Thoro will ho many cases In which local boards havo boon Imposed upon, but in which porsons nffectod do not doslro to Inform such board of facts within tholr knowledge, It shall bo tho duty of tho govornmont appeal agent to recoivo such information nnd to proparo such appeals in cases whoro ho considers nppoals to bo of lntorost to tho govornmont." : :o: : . RUSSIAN MUNITIONS PLANTS ARE ORDERED CLOSED. Potrograd. A Ilolshoviki manifesto posted today orders all munition mak ors to ceuso work on war material, In asniuch as tho "armlstlco will soon bo transforod Into a genoral poaco." Tho manifesto is gonorally boing ac copted and manufacture of munitions of war Is already at a standstill. This announcement was mado today, Thoro is still sonio fighting in various parts of tho country,, but Kalodlno's troops nro not In forco In many localities, Finland has filed with Germany i request that hor indopondonco bo ro cagnlxod nnd it is rumored from tho Gorman capital that such an action on tho part of tho kaiser is likoly. : :o: : Special ltrhlge Election. Elsowhoro is published tho call for a special election to bo held January 29th in East Platto product to voto on tho proposition to issue thirty thous and dollar bonds for tho construction of threo brldgos across tho Platto rlvor south of Brady. Tho total longth of tho throo structures will bo 2003 foot and tho oatltnatod cost will bo sixty thousand dollars, ono-half tho cost to bo homo by tho state. The Soldier's Telephone Needs Served First When war was declared, tho Bell Telephone System was Immediately plucod nt tho dlsnosul of tho government. Tho government has had first call for local and long dUtnnce telephone service, as well ns for men, for switchboards, poles, wlro and tolo phoncs for uso at army headquarters and la tho field. long distance I DCXNdoURBlT i H r Special! From now until Dec. 25th we will pay: $8 for Mixed Iron $12 for Cast Iron L. LIPSHITZ. The Nurse Brown Memorial Homeopathic Hospital 1008 West Fourth Street. For tho troatmont of Medical, Surgical and Obstotrlcal Patients. JOHN S. TW1NEM, 31. 1). Geo. B. Dent, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention given to Surgery and Obstetrics. Office: Building and Loan Buildinu p. . I Office 130 Phone. fgMdonc. 115 DR. HAKOLD A. FENNEK Ostcopnth. Bolton Building Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. Phones Office Black 333 Ros. Black 10Z0 Office phone 241. Res. phono 217 L . C . DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nebraska. McDonald Bank Building. NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (Incorporated) One Hall Block North ol Postoflice. Phone 58 A modern institution for the iciantific treatment of medical, surgical and confinement cassi. Completely equipped X-Rny and diagnostic laboratories. Staff: Geo. B.Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D. J. B. Redfield, M. D. J. S. Simms, M.D FARMERS Talk to Me before employing your Auctioneer. COL. DICK HAYES, IB SOUTH WILLOW ST. Phono Black 9D7. DEItllYBEBBY & FOIiBES, Licensed Embalmors Undertakers and Fanoral Directors Day Phone 234. Night Phono Black 688. Sheep and Cattle FOR 5 ALE Farmers this is the year and the time of the year to get stock to eat up your roimn loea, i nave on hand and for sale 3000 feeding lambs and ewos, and 500 cattle. . Come and talk to me. C. H. WALTER, NORTH PLATTE. DOCTOR 1). T. QUIGLEX. .. Practlco Limited to Surfrory nnd Ilndlum Thornpj 723 City Nutlonal Bank Building. Omaha, Nebraska. E. IV. FETTElt, Physician X HAY Office: First National Hank Building. Phono 308 ALBERT A. LANE, Dontlst Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building North Platto, Nobraska, DIENEIt & KENNEDY Ileal Estate, FIro, Tornado and Hall Insruancc, Apodal Agents Globe Llfo Insurauco Company, Cornor Front and Dowoy Sta., Upstairs Phono lied 672. North riatte, Nob, Hospital Phono Dlaek 833. Houaa Phone Ulack 638. W. T. PBITCIUBJ), Graduate Veterinarian Bight years a Government Veterinar ian. Hospital 218 south Locust St, one-half block southwest of the W. A. CAUFFMAN, AUCTIONEER. Terms reasonable guarantee satisfaction. For dates see J. F. Clabaugh, North Platte. hone 201. Don't let a novice monkey with your radiator. Let PIcGraw Fix It. McGraw Radiator Co. 6th & Locust St. lVOTICI'. Olf PETITION. Estnto No. 1524 of Caroline Franzen, do ceased, in the County Court or Liin coin County, Nebraska. Tho State of Nebraska. To all per sons interested In said estate take no tico that a petition has been nied ro tho probate of an Instrument purport Ing to lie the last' Will and Tostament or Caroline i'ranzon ana tor mo ap pointment or Fred is. t'ease us isxecu tor of said Will, which hus beon set for hearing herein on January 18, 1918, at 0 o'clock a. m. Dated December 21, 1917. GIOO. K. FRENCH, d25J15 County Judge XOT1CK TO CltKDITOHS Estate No. 1520 of Anna M. O'Rourke deceased, In the County court or l.iii- rnn Cnuntv. Nebraska. The Stnte of Nebraska, ss: Creditors of said ostato will take notico mat tin tlmo limited ror presentation aim in Ing of claims against said Estate 1: Anrll 25. 1918. and for settlement o said Estato Is December 21, 1918; that 1 will sit at tho county court room in said county on January 25, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. in., and on April 25, 1918, at U o clock a. m to receive, examine. hear, allow, or adjust all claims ana oo lections duly filed, GEO. E. FRENCH. d25J22 County Judge NOTIt'1'3 KOIl IMJHIiICATIOJV. IJepnrtnirnt of the Interior. Serial No. 05830. U. S. Land Olllce at North Platte, Nobr, Notice Is hereby given that Homer w. iiamm, or worth J'latte, wenr., who on Kept. zt, rJl-l, made Homestead en try, no, 00830. ror NWii section 34 Township 1G N.. Rnniro 29 W. Gth Principal Meridian, has Hied notice of intention to mako llnal threo year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, bofore tho Register aim iteceiver, at North I'intte, jNeur., on the utn my or iourunry, iuis. claimant names as witnesses: Silas I,!ttlo, of North Platte, Nobr. C H. Schaeffor, of Stapleton, Neb. win 1'itnian, or Htapiotou, isonr. Robert Ilatlc, of Stapleton, Nebr. E. J. GAMES. d25-6w Register, HOAll no. -tin. To all whom It may concern; llio special commissioner appointed to locate a public road as follows: Commenclnir at tho Southwost cornor of the Southwest uuarter of Section twentv-llve. townshin ten. rnniro thir ty-one and running thonco east one mile on suction lino between sections twen- ty-nvo and thirty-six In township ten, range thirty-one, connecting Roads No. hi and lTu. lias ronortea in ravor or the samo as follows: Hcc nn hir nt tho corner to Sections 25, 26, 35 and 3(5, T. 10 N., R. 31 W and running thonco east on lino between Soctlons 25 and 3G, said township and range, one miio to the corner to sec tions 25 and 3i, on range lino to con nect with Road No. 141. ' All object ons or claims ror damages must lie filed In tho olllco of tho Coun ty Clork on or bofore 12 o'clock noon of the fith dav of March. 1918. or such roail will be allowed without roforqnco tnorcto. Dated nt North Platte. Nebraska, this 20th day of Decenibor, 1917. A. M. Al.UIS.N, County Clork. ItOAD NO! H'J. To all whom It may concern: The special commissioner apponueu to, locate a nubile road ns follows: CommoncitiK: at tho .Nortnenst cornor of Soctlon flvo, "In township twoivo north. nuiKo thirty wast, in Lincoln Countv. nnd running thence west on tho north section linos of Sections G and fi to tho northwest cornor or wee t on G. townshin 12. ranee 30 lie estnu llshcd, .has reported in favor of the same ns rouows: llBu-lnnlnif nt tho N. E. corner or sec tion B. T. 12 N.. R. 30 W.. and running thonco wost two mlloB betwoon Sec. C and G, T. 12 N., K. so w., nnd sections 31, 32, 33, T. 13 N., R. 30 W to the N. V. vomer of said soctlon G. All objections thereto or oiaims ror dnmages must bo tiled In the olllco of tho county Clork on or notoro is o-oiocic noon of the 7th duy of March. 1918, or such road wui'iie allowed wiinout ror erence thereto. Dated nt North Platto, Nebraska, thl: 21st day of Docomber, 1917. A. S. ALLEN. County Clork. IIOAIl o, u:t To nil whom It may concern: The special commissioner appointed to locato a public road as follows: Commencing at the section line on tho north of Sections nineteen (19) nnd twenty (20), running south a distance ut u iiii.cn, ,iiu ...M tlons, Sections nineteen (19) and twen ty (20) and sections thirty (30) and twonty-nlno (29) and Sections thlrty ono (31) nnd thirty-two (32), all In township thlrtoon (13), range thltry- S T I 1 1. n ...... . rAI.K..f.l,A has reported In favor of the same as follows: . Beginning at the corner to Sections 17, 18. 19 nnd 20. T. 13 N., R. 31 W. of Hie Utn i ai., ami ruuimiK inaiiuu suuui m Moctlnn linn 3 miles between Sections 19 and 20. 29 and 30, 31 and 32, said township and range, terminating there. All dainagos or objections thoreto or claims ror dainnges ineroio mum oo nieil In the office of the County Clerk on or before 12 o'clock noon of the 6th day or Mnrcn, luis, or sucn roau win ue nlioweu wunoui reierence uierciu. Dated at North Platte, this 20th day A B. ALLEN. It L8l1s ! J. B. REDFIELD. PHYSICIAN & SUBGEON Successor to PHYSICIAN fflSUIKJEONS HOSPITAL Dra. Redfield & Redfield Offlco Phono G42 Ros. Phone 670 Notice of Sale. Notice is hereby glvon that by virtue of a chattel mortgage dated on tho 11th duy of Octobor 1917 and duly filed In tho offlco of tho County Clerk of Lincoln County, Nebraska, on tho 11th day of October 1917, and executed by John Smith to Clara Stogomann to se cure tho payment of tho sum of $737.51 and upon which there Is now duo the sum of $707.51. Default having been made in the payment of said sum und no suit or other proceeding at law having been instituted to recover said debt, or any part thorcof, therefore, I will sell tho property therein desccrlbed to-wit: 40 acres of matured, standing and un- husked corn located upon the follow ing described premises to-wit: South West Quarter of Section 35, Township 14, North of Range 31, West of tho G P. M., Lincoln County, Nebraska, nt public auction nt the house located upon said described premises on tho 9th day of January 1918, nt 1 o clock p. m. of said dny. Dated December 17th, 1917. CLARA STEGEMANN, dl8J8 Mortgagee. Notico To Contractors. Call for Bids on Stato Aid Bridge at North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebr. Sealed bids will be received until 3 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, January 22, 1918, at tho office of tho County Clerk in Lincoln County, North Platte, Nebr. for tho construction of a concrete bridge across tho South Platto River located approximately ono mile south of tho City of North Platte. Bids will bo received for the construction of Ono reinforced concrete arch bridge composed of 10-50 ft. concrete arches, With concrete piors and abutments, resting on wood piling ns per plans and specifications. Bids will bo ro celved on the yardage basis for making fills In approaches and surfacing. All bids must bo sealed and accom panled with n cash deposit or certi fied check mado payable to tho County Treasurer, Lincoln County, for the sum of $5,000.00. All checks must bo certified to by a bank in Nebraska. Bids will bo publicly opened at the office of tho County Clerk, North Platte, Nebraska, at 3 o'clock p. m., January 22, 1918. A copy of the plans and specifications aro on fllo in the office of the County Clerk and tho Stato Engineer, and may bo had upon application nnd payment of $5.00 at tho office of the State Engineer. Tho State and County reserve tho right to reject nny or all bids. Geo. E. Johnson, State Engr, U21-J21 A. S. Allen, County Clerk Partition Sale. By virtue of an order directing the reforee to make a sale, which order was issued from the District Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska, upon a de cree of partition and tho confirmation of the referee's report rendered in said Court, wherein Charlotte S Woodward is plaintiff and Henry T. Woodward and Norah Woodward, his wife; G. T. Halloway and Cressie Halloway, his wife, and L. C. Mitchell and Edna Mitchell, his wife, parties in possession of said lands, are defend ants; and to me directed I will on the 25th day of January, 1918 at two o'clock P. M. at the East Front Door of the Court Houso in North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska soil at pub lic auction to the highest bidder for cash the following described real es tate, to-wit:- all of Section five (5), in Township sixteen (1G) North, of Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the G P M. and all of Section Three (3), In Town. ship Sixteen (1G) North, of Range Twenty-nine (29), West of tho G P M., nil of which said lands boing located in Lincoln County, Nebraska. That I will offer said lands ns a whole in ono tract and that I will offor said lands in two parts, ono being all of Section Fivo (5), in Township Sixteen (1G) North, of Range Twenty-olght, West of the G P. M. ; tho other bolng all of Section Three (3), in Township Six teen (1G) North, of Range Twonty-nlno (29), West of tho G P M. If tho bid upon tho wholo of said two sections exceeds the highest total bids upon each of said two sections I will accept said bid for all of said lands; but if tho snld two highest bids upon tho two soparate tracts exceeds tho highest bid for the wholo of said lands I will accept said hid upon tho two separate tracts. Dated this 17th day of Dec. 1917. dl8J22 O. E. ELDER, Referee. LKGAL NOTICE. To Edna J. Kennison nnd Kln- nison, her husband, first and real namo unknown:. You are hereby notified that Sam uel Haynie, as plaintiff, commenced nn action, against you ns defendants, in tho District Court of Lincoln Coun ty, Nebraska, on December 14, 1917, tho object of said action being to qulot tltlo, In tho plaintiff and ngnlnst tho defendant, to all of Section Nino (9), Township Nino (9), North of Rungo Thirty-two (32), West Gth P. M., as against clouds upon tho title to snld land caused by tho recording of tho following warranty deeds, purport ing to convoy snld lands, to-wit: A deed mado by W. U. LeVeque and wifo to T. E. Baldwin, dat.nl nnd ac knowledged on March 8, 1912, and re corded on Octobor 29, 1912, in Deed Record A 12 at page G74 of tho records of Lincoln county, Nobraska. A deed mado by said T. E. Baldwin to Finis E. Downing, dated' December 17, 1912, and rocorded on Decomber 23, 1912, in Deed Record II 5 at pago 11 of tho records of Lincoln County, Nebraska, A deed mado by said Fiiiis E. Down ing and wifo to tho defendant Edna J. Klnnlson, dated Octobor 8, 1913, and rocorded on January 3, 1914, in Deed Record 11 G at pago 249 of the records of Lincoln County Nobraska. And to cancel, annul and set aside said doods, and to enjoin tho defend ants from nssertlng nny claim of title or interest in or to tho land above do scribed.or any part thereof. You aro required to answer said pe. tition on or before tho 25th day of January, 1918. SAMUEL HAYNIE, Plaintiff. By WM. E. SHUMAN, His Attorney. dl8-Jll LIMIT 2000 OLD LINE ON Soldiers and Drafted Men GET YOURS 1 OP AY. J. E. SEBAS J,Jtf. Stnto Mer. Office: BrodU-oh BIdg. Phone Office Rcu 612 Residence Red '48 NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. NOTICU OK FINAL ItUl'OHT. Estate No. 1465. of Caroline Schick. Deceased. In tho Countv Court of Lin coln County, Nobraska. The State of Nebraska: To all por sons interested in the said Estate take notice that the administrator has tiled a final account nnd report of his ad ministration and a petition for final settlement nnd discharge as such, which have been set for hearing before said court on December 28, 1917, at 9 o'clock a. m., when you may appear and contest the same. Dated November 28. 1917. c!4d25 GEO. E. FRENCH, County Judgo. XOTICH TO CIlKDl TOIlS. Estate No. 1509, of Mary J. OHarc, Deceased, in tho County Court of Lin coln county, Nebraska. Tho Stato of Nebraska, ss. Creditors of said estato will take notico that the time limited for presentation and filing of claims against said estate is April 4, 1918, and for settlement of said Es tato Is November 30, 1918. that I will sit at the county court room in said county on January 4, 1918, at 9 o'clock a, in. and on April 4, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m., to receive, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all claims and objections duly filed. GEO. E. FRENCH dl-Jl County Judge. NOTICE OF PETITION. Estato No. 1520 of Anna M. O'Rourke, Decceased, In the County Court of Lin coln County, Nobraska. The Stato of Nebraska: To all per sons interested iii said Estate, take notice that a petition has been filed for tho appointment of Charles O'Rourke as administrator of said Estate, which has been set for hearing heroin on De cember 21, 1917, nt 9 o'clock a. m. Dated November 28, 1917. dl-dl9 GEO. E. FRENCH, County Judge. NOTICE OK FIN AIi KISPOItT. Estato No. 1470, of George Schick, Deceased, In the County Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. The Stato of Nebraska: To all persons Interested In said estate, take notice that tho 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 before said court on December 28, 1917, at 9 o'clock a. m., when you may nppear and contest the same. Dated November 28, 1917. d4d25 GEO. E. FRENCH, County Judge. NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT. Estate No. 1406 of Frank Schick, de ceased, In the County Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, to all persons interested in said Estate take notice that the Administrator has filed a final account and report of his administra tion nnd a petition for final settlement and discharge as such, which have been set for hearing before said court on January 4, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m., when you may nppear and contest tho same. Dated December 7, 1917. GEO. E. FRENCH, dllJ4 County Judge. EXTENSION OF llOAW NO. 11. Mln.mlvnptloninant To whom It may concern: nu jiui:iui uuiumisaiuiier appuinieu to locate a road as follows: Commencing at Station No. 11 of Rond No. 11 in the Southwest quarter of Section 4, township 14, north range 30 west of tho 6th p. m., running thenco In a northerly, northeasterly and northwesterly direction through tho west one-half of said section 4 and through the west half of Section 33, township 15 north, range 30 west, ot the nortwest corner of said section 33, thence north on section line between sections 28 and 29 of said last town ship and range three-fourth of a mile, thenco In a northeasterly, northerly nnd northwesterly direction through' tho northwest quarter of said section 28 and the southwest quarter of sec tion 21 to the quarter section corner be tween sections 28 and 21 township 15 north, range 30 west, thence north on lino between sections 20 nnd 21, 16 and 17 of said township and range to a point about 25 chains north of tho cor ner of Sections 1C, 17, 20 nnd 21, thence In a northensterly direction through the west half of sections 16 and 9 through the southwest quarter and tho cast half of section 4 of said last township nnd range to a point on the north lino of said section 4 about 20 chains west of tho northeast corner of said section 4, thence northerly nnd westerly across sections 33 nnd 28. township 16, range 30 to the section line between sections 28 and 29, thence northerly nlong said section line be tween sections 28 nnd 29, and sections 21 and 20 to a point about one-fourth of a mile south from the northwest cor nor of section 21 nnd thenco in a north vest direction across sections 20 and 17 to tho northwest cornor of section 17, thence on a west and north direction ncross sections 7 and 6 to a point on the north line of section about one fourth of a mile east of tho northeast corner of Section C, has reported In favor of tho samo as follows: Reginnlng nt Station No. 11 or Road No. 11 In the southwest quarter of section 4, township 14 north, range 30 wost, running thenco in a northeastely and northwesterly direction through the southwest quarter nnd the northwest flimrrnp nr until un.t, In.. , a. . ...... ntv.nu,, it anu inroHgll the southwest quarter and the West l'.nlf tno northwest quarter of sec tion 33, township 15 north, range 30 west, to tho southwest corner of sec tion -'8. township 15 north, rango 30 vest, thence north on soctlon lino be tween sections 28 and 29 said town ship nnd range three-fourth or a mile. JioeJlfi.",.n northensterly and north w.2JerIy lVroctln through tho north M,t,,.aiUar,tor r isalu "oction 28 and through tho west one-half of south ir. haitw of soctlon 21, township 15 north, range 30 wost, to tho quarter section corner between sections 20 and tVnJi!lei,C0.i nortJi 0,1 sctton lino be tween sections 20 and 21 and betwoon ctlons 16 and 17. said townshin and range, to a point nbout 30 rods south Sii.i 'o!.uiartor.2ectlon corner between i sect'on'J 10 and 17. thence In a northeasterly, northerly nnd north- wo8t0rln5;,llltroct,on through tho noi-tll-i .i lter of southwest quarter, km thSnV.S"1 1ua.rtr of section 16 SJJ.T.i !irouBh the southwest quarter of Bouthwcst quarter of section 9 to a townSH1'i,V0 Jjotweon sections 8 nnd 9, township 15 north, range 30 wHt cornetr2fClialtn,8 nof,th "outhwe" t m, x?L L??UX 80Ct n 9. thence north ?n n"ibfh ecn Bnhl sect ons 8 nnd 9 nn?,S,nt ab0Ut 108 r0t,S HOUth Of tho .wl1 corner of 8iJd boctlon 9? th?Sulh'nthnano,rt,Ica.8terly direction secMnn h tnn,orthwest quarter of said Suarkr At 1n,d..,thro4Kh tlle southeast west L?t southwest quarter and the Ji,,81.! of southeast quarter and auartSr,oftYre8t ha,f ot northeast rnneo Ji!5U.on .1- township 15 north, section x n.VoVl6 .north "no of said ?iorti?ni.a7,t 22 Sha,.n.8 We8t from.the aii . c?rner of said section 4. .ln'i0"01'008 thereto or claims for the 1 eoeifnSiu!ii b? flled ln th0 lce of i.'iri?unty Clerk on or before 12 ?ua?vk,i9ni0n,Vof 'J'6 18,th day of Fefc K'.J ,8j r,8Uch r0ftd w' be allow- nY, ,out. reference thereto. iif?,atHel n North Platte. Nebr.. this 11th day of December, 1917. ' dllil A'a ALLEN. UWJ County Clerk. Court Hoaaa, County Clerk.