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To Tho People of North n'latte and
, Lincoln County.
Dear Folks: ,t
Tho National Council of Defense has
requested jewelers to urgo tholr cus
toraerB to do tholr Christmas buying
vory early, as a help toward winning
tho war. All retailors are ordered
not to employ extra help at Christ
mas time and not to keep tholr storos
cVnon ariv longor than the usual hours.
Tills moans that people will have to
do their Christmas shopping early, If
.nn in an wnitf.il nn.
Tho oarller you do yours, tlie hotter
It will be for you and for tho country.
Practically all our holiday goods
have been received. You got as good
a selection of Christmas presents
right now as you will be able to got
any time. Goods will bo scarce and
hard to get lator on.
You can solect whatovor you want
and have It hold for you until near
Christmas. The article you chooso and
pay a doposlt on will bo takon out of
stock at ence and put away for you.
In this way, you aro sure to got
exactly what you want.
When you .give a prosont of Jowelry
or a diamond, you are giving a prosont
that takes no wheat, nor meat, nor
migar from our soldlors nor wool off
their backs and It Is a present that
Is most wanted by your relatives or
This is Just as truo of watches, or
silverware, or cut glass, and tho many
useful gold and silver novoltlos that
aro bo popular for Christmas gifts.
Asking you, for pntrlotlc and por
scan! reasons to begin your Christmas
shopping at once, and to favor us with
a share of It, wo aro
C. S CLINTON, Jawolor & Optician,
The Sign of tho Rig Ring.
DR. 0. ,11. CRESSLER.
f)flic ovir the McDonnhf
LOCAL ANI) PERSONAL.;
Beginning January first Lexington
will haro frco mall service
Miss Mary McNeill has accepted a
position in tho J. C. Penny store
Tho Episcopal guild will hold a
coclal In tho church basoment Thurs
Juclgo Woohurst united In marrlago
Thursday Morrill Reeves and Dorothy
Rowley, both of Oconto.
Judgo Grimes and Reporter Barron
wont to Sidney yostorday whoro a
term of court will io hold.
Edna Barber, a mombor of tho A. K.
O. club received first 'prize at tho
county fair for knitted socks.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crispin und
MIbb Josslo Swarts of Loxlngton spont
the week ond with frlondi In town.
Engineer Chas. Calhoun ha return
ed from Excelsior Spiingi whoro ho
elpont ten days drinking mlnorul water
and resting up.
F, L. Moonoy returned Sunday
from Chicago whoro for a week ho at
tended tho sessions of tho National
Miss Efflo Christ returned tho latter
part ot last wek from Camp Dodge
whero she had gono to visit her broth
er, who is stationed at that camp.
Ernest Keoloy, of Hope, Kan., and
Mima Myrtio Hhano, of Sutherland.
wore united In marriage Saturday at
mo uume or mo oritio uy uov. Fletch
A special train nassed west vt
tcrdny morning carrying through to
&on r-rancisco ono hundred Red Crosn
nurses. It Is supposed they woro hound
aor sorvice m nusBla.
Officers of tho Methodist Aid society
wm unienain next Thursday after
noon in the church parlor in tho form
of a reception for Mrs. Hess. There
win also ho an outline of tho now
year's work for tho aid given, and all
inombcrs and ladlos of tho church aro
for Hale Good horse power hay
uaior. pj, M. i'ettlt. North Platte, six
miles east of Btato farm. 75-4
Writing from Corvallis, Ore., Mrs.
. . I'ayno says: "Tho Oregon agri
cultural rnllotrn lnnntrul nf nnnmllln
- ------ f-. . . b uu ft.lliO,
has 3.2C0 rogiBtrants n week beforo
oponing 1200 of whom are girls. Tho
wiiametto valley nod an unprecedent
ed prune cron this vear. Tim envAm.
ment has taken over tho entiro output
-or prunes anti prices aro bettor than
A. L, Leonard, who many ot tho
old timers hero will remember as
liavlng been In tho Citizens Security
Bank In this place years ago when tho
institution was owned hv tho Hnrnor'
died at his homo In Charlton. Town
on tho eJxth InBt. Ho wns In hia CSth
year and us death resulted from ure
mio poisoning and. other compllca
Hons. Wallace Winner.
From tho Stock Yards: '
Ono Bay Mare, branded,
Ono Bay 2 year old Gelding.
One Black 2 year old Mare,
Howard for recovery.
JOHN BURKE .
CITY AND rOFINTV NEWS.
Mrs. Rose Garrison apont Sunday
with frjflnrts Ih the Platte.
- fwlek' Natighton will leave
this week for Laramie to remain inde
finitely. Vorn Harris, of Koarney, has been
visiting rohjtlvos In tovyn for sgvoral
Mrs. A.Jl Salsburywill leave In
a few darfror Omaha tfNpond a: wook
Anyone who has reached thajjigo of
seventy In tho (past year please call
Rod 340 "v iw y ' j
Misses Clara Rosdnburg and Knby
Banks, of Lexington, spont.tho' wook
end In town visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jackson have
returned from Lexington whoro they
had neen vieiunK ror a wook
Mrs, Wm. Peersall has returned
from Camp FunBton whore she had
gono to visit hor husband.
Miss Mildred. Fltzpatrlck, who is
making Omnha hor. honio 'arrived Sat
urday vghlUB to visit "hor parents.
Tho T. U. will meet this
afternoQnTtttf2:30 at the home of Mrs.
Ernest JUIIIbV 215 South Maple.
Miss Lona Raskins who hsa been om
ployed 'JaQniaha for sevoral weeks Is
visiting tlfgh' omo folks.
Otto Wostonfold will loave today
for Camp Fremont, Cal., to enlist, If
possible in tho military band.
Fred Bechan, who has been At Camp
Funston for sovoral months Is visit
ing relatives and friends hero.
Mrs. J. R. McWilllams, Mrs. Goo.
Vosolpka and Stove McWilllams return
ed Saturday ovonlng from Lincoln.
Mr Morrill. DentiMi
John Christ, of Stapleton, spent
Sunday visiting relatives hero. He
is In tho noxt call for sorvlco.
The Bible group of tho Baptist
Auxiliary will meet Thursday, Oct. 3
with Mrs. A. C. Hull, 314 E. 4th.
For Sale Cheap A largo Reed Baby
Carriage. Call Mrs. Erlckson, phone
Mr. and Mrs. Waltor A. Kocken loft
this morning for Seattle whoro tho
former will work in tho ship yards.
Frank E. Bnuernfolud. of Ord, ar
rived horo tho latter part of last woek
to accept a position In the Golden Rulo
Mrs. George Loan and daughters
MUwio Ruth and Alice loft last night
for Denver, whoro thoy will make their
Paul .Roddv. snout tho week end
vIsitingftJiQ hpmo follw. He has. enroll-
-.1 . J 1. . 1 1 I . 1. ' . I..I...-J 1 T I -. 1 ..
Tho county commissioners woro In
sosslon yesterday allowing the monthly
pay roll and transacting other routine
business . ,
fi JeuoricaVervantes ., and Joseflna
Rodngs, botjr,. Mexicans .nnd rosldlng
nt,sTrth(5rland, 'were united In marrlago
by Judge Woodhurst Friday.
Dr. L. J. Krauso, Dentist, room 3
McDonald Bank building.
Mrs. Pat O'Connor, who has boon
visiting hoc parents Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hanlon, loft yostorday for her
home In Omaha.
Charles Collagen rocontly returond
from Denver whero he passed tho
examination In tho aviation sorvlco
and is awaiting his call.
Mrs. Will Friond, of Grand Island
formerly of this city, submitted to a
serious operation aaturuay ana nas
paBcd tho crisis.
Miss Elizabeth Hanlon loft yestcr
day morning 'for Omaha to attend tho
.ks-ar-ben and to visit her sister,
Mrs. Pat O Connor.
For Snle Good winter Apples and
also wind falls. Andrew Olson, Phono
Tho silver cup won. by L. O
Johnston's pacor All Win Patch at tho
Iowa stato fair, is displayed in tlie
window of tho Maloney store.
Mrs. Gecrgo Woinbarg, who had
been visiting her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Frcdorlcl left for Morrill
yostorlay, hor mother nujtiipnny'ns
Mrs. L. C. Sawyor and Mrs..
Norman Connolly will entertain tho
Now group and Queen Esther class
Thursday, Oct. 3d at Mrs. Connolly's
0U3 w 6th.
Miss M. SIcman, Bteam baths and
Swedish Massage, ladles and gentle
men. Phone 897. Brodbeck bldg 85tl
A drlvor of a Ford, name not loarn-
oil, gave the A. B. Hoanland cur
Bldo swlpo at tho corner of Locust
and Fifth Sunday morning, tearing off
a running ooaru anu Domilhg tno fopd-
R. W. Boyd, ot Denver, will arrivo
tomorrow to 'succeed Paul Hnrrlngton
an local manager or, the Harrington
Mercantile Co. Mr. Roy I has been in
tho homo office of tho comnnnv in
Donvor, und Is thoroughly conversant
wun :no nay anu gram busMuuss.
Tho Sammy Girls' work room nt
tno Federal Building will be open
ovory afternoon at 2:30. Guazo dross
lugs will bo mado under tho super
vision ot Mrs. v. v, Hoagland. Ml
members nro requested to bo thoro
to assist with tno work,
Bort Leech, ot Maxwell, ennm in
town Saturday to witness Uio auto
races, ami wnen no wont to tho placo
ho had parked his Ford car found It
miBBing. no reported tho loss to
Sheriff Salisbury who immediately ho
an a ystomatIo inquiry by tolo
intuitu mm luicgrapu wnich it Is hoped
wui result in the recovery of tl
Money to Loan.
Plenty of sis per cent money to loan
on farms nnd ranches. Interest pay,
able nnnunlly with lirlvllego of pay.
ing part or all at any tlmo. Loans
cioscu promptly. Ao delay.
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Hill DAYS AT THK I AIR.
' Tho county fair closed Saturday with
rt. rocoid attendance at the auto ruces,
the attondnnco bolng larger that day
than at the Fourth of July races.
While the crowds at the fair the first I
two days was somewhat disappointing!
tho big attendance the last two days,
evened up the attendance for the I
Tho horse races Thursday and.Fri-'
day wero exceptionally good, and I
fully satisfactory to thoo who ex-
pectod hotter races than usual . Faster j
tlmo was made by tho pacors, trotters
and runnors than over before on the!
Tho attondanco Saturday was evi
dence that people take great Interest In I
Auto racos, moro so in fact than In I
horso races. In these races Klngi
Riley again demonstrated his ability)
ris a driver taking the on thousand
dollar purse in the sweepstako race
Accidents occurrod, as they usually do
in auto races. In ndditlon to tho death
of the boy, which was doplored by tho
fair management, the driver o the car
and the entire audience, a car In one
of tho racos left the r.ick and tore
out nine fence posts, but fortunately
tho driver was scarcely scratched.
Riley also broke an axle, but oseaped
Injury to himself and further injury
to tho car.
In accordance with Instructions
from the U. S. War Industries board,
and until further notice, no now build
'Uy;s may bo built and no old structure
may be enlarged or oxtendod at a cost
to exceed $2,500, without a permit
from the U.S. War Industries board.
Applications for permits must bo In
writing and under oath and 'lied with
the chairman of county council o
Owners of buildings In course of
construction must also file applica
tions for permits to complete same.
Dated Sept. 30th, 1918.
T. C. PATTERSON, Counly De
fense Council Chairman.
Arrested, but Released. '
Josse Colo was nrrostod Saturday
night on tho charge of making out and
passing checks drawn ngalnst an ac
count which did not exist at one of
tho local hanks. Ono of these chocks
he had cashed at the HIrschfeld cloth
ing store and another at Schwaigor's
Cigar , storo. He managed to secure
money to make good both checks and
tho parties were content not to pro
secute. Ho was therefore released
Cole was arrested a year or bo aco
on a similar charge, but made good
tho sum of tho checks and was re
leased without trial.
: :o: :
(.'undersoil Buys Lund.
Gus Gunderson, who lives south of
Sutherland, has purchased Atd acres
of land south of Elm Croek for 94S.000.
Part or this land lies in Buffalo coun
ty nnd part In Phelps county. We un7
derstand that It Is not Mr. Gundor
3on's Intention to dispose, cf his' land
In this county, though oventually .be
win move to the land he purchased
rw!iily."Odd Million American Women
havo formed tht republic of love and
They are bound together more close
ly by a common tie than any women
havo ovor beforo been hound In pre
historic times, in pngan times or in
tho days of modem civilization.
Thoy aro held together In a common
causo by the ties of Love and loyalty.
And thoy worship tholr mon.
Mothers hnvo pledged their hearts
Sweothenrts nro held by tho 'passions
of youthful affection
Sisters aro hold by tho ties of blood
And oven tho old men give this In?
described republic the approving re
cognition of rovoronco.
Thoro Jia now flag afloat in tho
It Is not the Hag of our country that
brings millions to tholr feet with an
emotional clutch in their throats.
It Is not tho flag of tho Rod Cross
tho badgo of tho Armies of Mercy that
floats ovor tho holds, of pain.
it is an Insignia and emblem of tho
Tho new honor decoration of tho
The, pennant of millions of door
ways and windowB that betokens to
humanity that "Tills houso hns given
a son or a husband, tills houso has
given a MAN to tho world-wldo Icnguo
Tho flag of a Blnglo star
The servlco star of tho warm-blood
ed, nation-loving millions who havo
mado this tho greatest country tho
world has over known .
The etnr of tho ncuro cabin In Ala-
umnigjwnoro a oincK uoy has gono
fronmho Cotton Bolt. I
The star of a Columbia River salmon
Tho star of a waiter in a Chlnoso
restaurant In Now York's submerged
Tho star of tho millionaire or tho
millionaire's son rubbing olbows with
tho son of his mothor s laundress.
Tho honor token of a Great Lakes
deck-hand and a California fruit-
Ono hundred million noodle aro to
day thinking qf theso assorted products
or our American civilization who are
being ro-mado in the cruclblo of war.
But thoro Is a wonderful etor vanri
all tho way through it you seo a
wonderful girl, who, through tho power
that God puts into tho souls ot women
eonds away a wondoful boy to mako a
wonuorrul world to llvo In.
WhoUior you nro hard or soft of
hoart, whethor you think you wish tn
or not, there Is nothing in tho world
uint can Keep you from coming; Wed
nesday nnd Thursday to tho Keith
Theatro to seo MADGE KENNEDY In
"THE SERVICE STAR" (the flag of
Estrayed from my placo olght nillos
north ot Ingham about the middle
of August a bny mare two years old,
with bald face and white hind feot.
Reward will bo paid for return of
animal or for Information lending to
P R. BRESTIL, Ingham, Neb.
The British Tommies named machine ounner3 the "Suicide Squad" The Yanks still call 'em that, but the suicide
Is usually that of the Hun Who gets fresh with one. These gunners are working In gas masks arid the man In front Is
feeding the gun at the rate of 500 shotB a minute. The American buying a $50 Liberty Bond keeps this gun irv
ammunition for two minutes of thl3 kind of firing, time-enough to annihilate a formation of advancing Huns.
This picture tells u graphic story, kplace. It moans a few names on the toward' Berlin. The partner over her
not only of the two red blooded Yanks casualty list next day. whose dollars go to war in this Fourth
who aro braving gas and shrapnel to Tho combination thut l-eeps the gun Liberty Loan isMmportant indeed. -keop
their machine gun going, but also going inciU(ies tho man over here, A ringing sound is heard above the
of other red blooded Americans at who BOes without a new suit, and rattle of the gun, shrapnel glancing;
home who must form the othor halt buys a $50 Liberty Bond instead. He from tho steel helmets. The money
of a solid combination that can send 1 kcep3 tho gim flrlng at lts fflstest from a $50 Liberty Bond goes to war
560 bullets a minute into the Hun rate for two nilnuteg That two mln- and buys "Carnegie derbies" for
ranks. , utos may mean the turning point be- twenty-five men. The proceeds from
Tho machine gunner has ono of the j tween life and death for the gunners, a $500 bond equip a whole company,
most perilous jobs In the army, for j It may mean the annihilation of an A $50 bcnd supplies four fighting men
one man left alive behind one of tho 1 advancing Hun formation and the with the masks that mako it possible
deadly Brownings or Lewis guns I tho breaking up of anattack. It may for these guns to spit death from out
might easily break up a. Hun attack, mean the clearing of a Boche parappt of a Hun gas cloud into the ranks ot
The Boche MUST get him if he can, long enough for an advancing Ameri-, those who sent it, and last, but not
and woo to the machine Gim nest that j can platoon to take a portion of a ' least, $200 in bonds puts one more
runs out of ammunition In a hot now sector of trench one more step I gun like it on the read into Germany.
ROYS WILL RE REGISTERED
FOR LABOR IX NOVEMBER.
Early In November, every able bo
died and patriotic boy of Nebraska, of
fifteen years of age, and., tinder mili
tary ago will' bo called ujion to enroll
in the U. S. Boy's Working Reserve
and prepare himself to help win the
war. This force of boys will work in
co-operation with tho council of de
fense and will confine Its actlvites to
Increasing the farm production of Ne
braska. ,Ths call, going forward to the boys
in school, is made with equal force
on all men engaged In. non-essential
occupations. The call must he accept
ed as being no less binding than was
tho registration of the older boys- and
men for military service.
This Is to be mado a great oppor
tunity for boys of the nation o do a
partiotlc servico. The call will not tak
tho boys away from home or placo
him In position where his life or mor
als may bo endangered. It is merely
nn effort to register every able bodied
boy for productive industry and help
win the war.
Ono of the great fundamentals to
ward winning the war Is to supply
food for the- fighting mon, our own
nnd those ot our allies. That tho coun
try which can keep up Its food supply
unbroken, will win tho war, has been
stated by many military experts. With
thousands of men called away from
tho farms to fight or work in factories
tho country Is facing an unprecedent
ed, farm labor shortage. Tho only
nvallablo source to meet this shortago
must como from tho boys who are at
tending school nnd those men engaged
in non-essential occupations. Every
ono coming within this classification
Is urged to bo ready to register when
tho tlmo comes.
Pocket Rook Lost.
Lost On tho fair ground:!, Man's
purse with sum of money, Auto key
and pad lock key. Finder roturn to
this office nnd receive reward. 75-2
Lost A gold handled umbrella,
with lottor B engraved. Return to
Mrs. Louisa Burke, 821 east 4th and
recelvo roward. 74-3.
Hero's Good Xows for North Platte
Havo you a pain In tho small of tho
Headaches, dizziness, norvous spoils?
Aro you languid, lrritahlo and weak?
Annoyed by urinary disorders?
Don't dospalr profit by North
North Plntto people know Donn's
Kidney Pills havo used them rec
Hores a North Plaitto rosldont's
Mrs. Sarah Rork, G09 W. Ninth St.,
says: "Doan'a Kidney Pills havo been
used In my family for years. I havo
been greatly helped myself though I
havo had to ubo them loss than others.
I glvo Doan's Kidney Pills to my chil
dren whonover I llnd thoy are in need
of a kldnoy remedy and I attribute
their good health to the uso of this
Price COc, at all dealers' Don't sim
ply ask for n kldnoy remedy got
DoansKlrtney Pills tflio samo that
Mrs. Rork had. Fostor-MIlburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. V.
TO Mil "SUICIDE SQUAD"
Paused by the Censor. Copyright 1313.
Contributors to Puhllclly Fund.
The following business and profes
sional men have made contributions to
the publicity fund or the Fourth
Liberty Loan campaign:
Wilcox & Halligan $7.00
Hoagland & ' Hoagland ,7.00
Dr. Redfteld 4.00
Dr. .Kerr 4.00
Dr. Twinem .., 4.00
Dr. McCabe 4.00
Dr. Lucas 4.00
Hollman & Sebastian 7.00
Golden Rulo . .- 6.00
Beelor & Crosby 7.00
Platte Valley Bank 8.00
McDonald State Bank 8.00
First National Bank ;.. S.00
Wilcox Dept. Store COO
D. & F. Shoo Storo 5.00
Derryborry & Forbes 7.00
Davis Auto Co 7.00
Hendy-Ogier Co 7.00
Nyal Drug Store 4.00
Rexall Drug Store 4.00
.Geo. Frater 4.00
i Gummere-Dent Co 4.00
.North Side Drug Store 4.00
Dixon Jowelry Store 6.00
Clinton Jewelry Store 6.00
Herschfleld Clothing Co; ...... 6.00
Union Cafe 5.00
Hotel McCabe : 7.00
Llerk & Sandall 5.00
North Platte Lumber Co 7.00
Coates Lumber Co 7.00
W. W. Birge Co 7.00
Piatt Whlto 4.00
0. H. Thoclecke 5.00
North Side Hardware 7.00
H. A. Brooks Studio 5.00
Von Geotz Studio -3.00
1. A. Gilbert 4.00
Johnson & Otten 5.00
Gus Huffman 5.00
John Den 5.00
O. E. Elder ..7 4.00
Chas. Eckleberry 4.00
Tho Sun Show 2.00
No. Platte Light & Power Co... 4.00
North Platto Creamery 3.00
North Platte Milling Co. ...V 4.00
Leypoldt & Pennington 5.00
S. M. Souder 3.00
A. J. Salisbury 4.00
Fred Marti 5.00
Dorryberry & Forbes 4.00
Wra. E. Shuman 4.00
A. N.Durbln 7.00
Simon Bros 6.00
A. S. Allen 3.00
Buchanan & Patterson 7.00
Geno Crook 5.00
P. A. Carson 4.00
W. R. Maloney 7.00
C. J. Pass 4.00
Loader Merc. Co 6.00
A. N. Lamb 4.00
Ak8arben Land Co 5.00
Fidollty Reserve Co 8.00
John Herrod 5.00
Tho Hub Store 6.00
Tho Owl Cafe 5.00
Dr. Smith , 3.00
H. A. Donelson 5.00
Goodman & Buckley 7.00
Dr. Dent ' 4.00
A. F. Fink 4.00
McMlchael Bros. 7.00
Poulos Bros 4.00
C. M. Newton 4.00
Stono Drug Co 4.00
W. A. Skinner , 4.00
J. W. Payne 4.00
C. C. Hupfer 5.00
North Platto Vulc. Co 3.00
Alleen Gnntt 3.00
Shoo Market 5.00
J. W. Edmlnsteri 5.00
J. V. Romlgh 5.00
Wm. Walteniath 7.00
Granger Merc. Co. 7.00
I. S. Stebblns , 3.00
Brodbeck- & Son 5ioo
' H. M. Borter G'TOO
Dr. W. F. Crook ; 4.00"
, McVicker Millinery .' 4.00
i Emll Merscheid 4,00
! Edmund Dickey 4.00
jA.-W. Plummer .',,,,..4.00,
I Additional SutacrlpUons.
j. L. Loudon 5.00
i Best Laundry 4.00
H. I. Block 5.00
Palace Cafe , .00
, P. H. McEvoy..... 4.00
I Dr. M. A. Ames... 4.00
jC. M. Austin 6.00
H. A. Shin ' 4.00
Victor Beck 4.00
Tho dentists of our city have been
( exempted from subscribing to this
; fund unless personally willing, as
I they havo and aro giving their pro
i fessional service together with ma
I terial to the government free of
For Fall Planting
W. J. O'CONROR,
5 and 10c Store
HURRY! HURRY! HURRY!
Brins In your Junk to town while
thoro still Is a bhjr demand for it. W
pay for country mixed Iron $15 por
ton; clean cast $20 per ton; dry rags
$3.00 per 100 lbs.
MmXJI irLATTE HIDE, IRON
I & METAL CO. Phono Red 2C0.
Order of Hairing tf Petition for Sum.
State of Nebraska, Lincoln county,
ss. In the county Court.
September 30th, 1918.
In tho matter of the ,r:fcit,o of
Jcseph Campbell, deceased.
On rending and filing the petlt'on
of Cyrus Fox, praying that tho reg
ular administration of said estate be
di'-pensed with as provided by Chanter
1SB of the Nebraska Session law:l cf
the year 1915.
Ordered that Novenne:' 1, 191S at
nine o'clock o. m., be nssigned for
hearing said petition wlieo the heirs,
creditors and all persons Interested in
said estnto of Joseph, Campbell who
dVo Dec. 5, 1884, a resident of Lin
coln county, Nebraska, seized of some
lntfcrtost in he orthjtst quarter
(NE4) of section throe (3), township
sixteen (16), north of range twenty
six (26), West of the 6th P. M. All
persons interested In said matters and
all creditors nnd heirs of said de
ceased mat appear at county court to
bo held for said county, Nov. 1st, 1918.
That said Cyrus Fox petitioner herein
is tho owner by deed of conveyance to
tiro nbovo described lands and that
thoso proceedings are brought to de
tormlno tho heirship nnd right of de
scent. This order to bo printed for three
conBocutlvo weeks In tho North Platte
Tribune, a legal newspaper published
In Lincoln county, Nebraska, prior to
Nov. let, 1918.
Wm. II . C. WOODHURST,
01-3wks County Judge.
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