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Postofflce At Second Class Matter,
TCI'SRAY, OCTOHHR '-'It, 191S
('ou'iuor Net Me.
Two years ago The Tribune depart
ed from its well beaten path of repub
HcanlHm to nsslst In bringing before
the public Kolth Neville, a democrat,
ns ft candidate for governor. It did
this because It recognized In Mr. Ne
ville a young man who wag capable
who wns honest, who could not be
"handled" or swayed by unscrupulous
politicians, and as governor would
give to the office the Iwst that ha pos
sessed. Confidant of the real worth
( f (he man the promise was mado tho
people thnt his administration would
bo .Mean, thnt it would be efficient,
that it would be satisfactory and hav
Ir,g made those promises, The Tribune
has quite naturally closoly watched
Mr. Neville's actions ns govornor.
Tho voters of today are newspaper
rendors; they keep posted on stato
atfulrs, and it is submitted to them
whether the official acta of Governor
Neville have not been clean and
honorable; that he has shown nblllty;
that ho as "made good" in evory par
ticular; that the only criticisms that
have boon made of him come from
members of his own party who wore
apparently unable to "use" him ns
they desired and theHO criticisms have
not been made of his official acts.
Candor on the part of all will impel
the admission thnt these claims for
Govornor Novlllo are true. Am a can
didate for ro-oloctlon Governor Neville
1b entitled to the support of tho voters
on tho record he has made, and as a
North Plntto mnn he Is entitled to
lryalty on tho i-art or the voters of
Lincoln and other Western Nobraska
In thi'M Hponklng a good word for
Govornor Neville, Tho Tribune has no
apologlos to make, for it hns not bou
disappointed In him; he hns nroven
all that v "-omlsod of him. he has
An Efficient Official.
With ho multlilliod cost of doing
business vluring tho past two or threo
years it Is creditable to the county of
ficials that they have boon able to
transact the business of the county
without an incrcaso of the tax lovles
and still rcmnln on u cash pay
ing basis, that thoy liavo not run 'tho
county in dobt during tills period of
high prlcea for supplies, for labor, for
fuel, and the many other necessities
needed. To keop tho expenses within
the rovonuos has been no slight task
on the part of tho commissioners, nnd
this has boon accomplished only by
tho uso of -good buslnoss nblllty and
Judgment. As chairman of tho board,
E, II. Springer has boon oxcoedlngly
watchful and enroful; and whorovor
possible ho haB trimmed tho oxpenso
account to the lowest posslblo notch
without impairing tho gonoral ef
ficiency of tho county govomment or
tillowing noco3snry Improvements to
go unheeded. Mr. Springer is a can-'
(lltlato for re-oloctloh and Tho t ih m
member of tho board 'would show cnmi
judgment on the part ot the voters.
Tho Tribune od'tor koups pretty cloo
taV on tlic nctlrtih of the commission
ers', and ho has novor known Mr.
Springer to commit an official act that
l' okcd sur,i)!c!cin. He may hnvo made
mlMukoa. im all of u do, but thoy
hive net boon dishonest ml.ttaktM.
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111. . It. ... II.. ..1. il. If
'tending Hiick t lit Lines.
The aarmaua in Delirium and
I .?.,?,, 1 L n "bl r 'b' ,u8 8tfln?r clroum8tni.qa shoul.l permit that he
, I1 E Um 0,"ti,.nl0 m? l?r' ni'ht (,,,V( hl"""lf life work to
03 to break thru tholr lines nud bring -on form of christian work. UoKIh-
. ofenalvn iS f "nV," "H, 1 l,,r toro'1 ' lh J" called for
n nniiiU0"i8,0n tUo h,ot,lo'.Horvlco during tho present week, his
n.l!rlnl.,,rt nevertheless on call was postponed tomporarlly nnd
11 Positions under at nek the he and his wife wont for a well earned
ZTZr"? ',t'" owly ll vacation to visit relatives in Denver'
S 1 U, im'm ' il8-,0","!8 ,lorth,,rn W1,lle ,hwo "waiting tho call ot his
Jtallan buttle Iront botwoon tho ' or.it ntrv Iib rocolved the snmniom
are being pu to tip tost In a , now at- that ho hoard tho joyful acclaim.
rnrnm hl . ' 1"" . "Ul i,,,U
BrltlHh again hnvo gono on tho offon-
slvo ngatiiHt the Turks and nt last ac-
counts woro making considerable
progress. In Albania and Sorbin the.
cporatioiiH of tho allied forces aro!
lending lownru tno Blow but sure ' Death of Irs A II Idles
evacuation of tho invaded districts by' Mrs. A. H. Lllos. 'living southeast
tho enemy forcos. Hor8hoy. dlod Wodnosdny morning
o,: - at Bovon a. m. Several In tho family.
Encourages lower Growing, , including Mr. Llles had been suffering
11. D. Wnteon of honrnoy hns dedl- with tho Spanish lulluenza and In car
catod tho use ot $5,000 to his homo lug for thoin sho contracted It. She
town for oncourngeinont of a propor Ib said to hnvo persisted In cnrlnir for
obserynnco of flower day for children. her nffllctod family when she should
llu dnto ho doslros sot for this ob-lmvo boon receiving euro horsoir, but
Horvanco Ib to bo some time In August I would not givo up until sho fainted
of each yonr. Tho fund ho has sot , Sho received splondld caro but It Mas
aside la to bo In tho caro of twelve tuon tooslato.
trustees. Tho lntorest on tho fund ntl Decoasod was 32 years old, and
0 por cent, will ylold annually $300, loavos bosidos n sorrowing husband
..iiuium mr. wuihou desires diB-itnroo uui0 uaughtors. aged C years
tributed In prizos to chldron for tho 2 years and 11 months respectively
production of tho best spocimon ofl Funorhl service wns hold at tho
certain flowers or gardoiiH or for Biich Rivorviow comoton- nt 2 n. m Fri.
Himiiar nnrposos as the trustees shall,
dlrect. Tho fund Is to bo nornotual.
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IIoiiko Is in Eurojio.
Colonel E, M. IIouso, porsonal rop
rosontntivo of President Wilson and
spokasmnn of tho state department,
and Admiral William a. nnnnnii. niitof
cf naval operations, liavo nrrlvod In
Franco to roprosont the Unltod States
in the oonHldorntlon of Germany' Idea
for nn armlstlco and pence negotia
Drove Hogs Fixed nt $17. no.
A minimum price for packers drovo
hogs of $17.50 a hundred pounds was
nnnouncod Saturday by tho food ad
ministration aftor a conforonco bo
twoon tho llvostook BUh-commlUoo "of
tho agricultural advisory board, which
includos members ropJroBentlng tho
swino Industry, tho food administra
tion nnd firty packers.
"V liavo cnsli cusloniors for woll
located five and sis room cotfages
nnd biingulows, If yon nlsli to muke
finlck Kale list with BUCII.V'AN &
corps to be formed.
The state council of defense has set
asldo November llth as rg hnration
day for alt boys who hare attained tho
ago of 15 years and up to 18 years.
This rovlntraHnn nt tha htWU of OUT
nation is not compulsory, bnt any boy '
who falls tf reg!tr on this day In
order that the -uvernmfait aiay make
iim Itsf me hi ill', ""i "viuva jn me i
ciiii ,.m for -a bid: b? in bftat fitted.1
!. as much a slacker a the man who
falls to register for the military ser-.
After he has registered the matter,
of placing him where he eon-be of Iwat '
service will be a mutual, concern aa
the boys' parents will be consulted .
ind their opinion? adhered to. i
P.egist'.iuon on ."vf:mbe- l-th con-i
-tuutei membership in th U. S. Boys
v, ork nx li-ierve. i it-"- two general
. 'V ' ' . '.Ytt I
c aes into wuicn mis reserve win
be divided Is industrial and agrlcul-
Upon the cloee of school In the
spring there will be a great demand
for boys on the farms and the work
of placing the boys will be of the
The school house In each county
and city district will no doubt bo tho
plate used as registration and the
leiiuucrs UDituu ii, at i m."i'. i
A telegram received from Gonoral
'or-hlng says "The aohlevemont of
Por hlng says
the Boys wnrkiiig reserve during the
past year ate Leyond praise. The
American Ekpedltionary Forces
thank one and all for for tho support
you nre giving us." Now Boys lets got
together and help Undo Sum out all
.vo can in this ;:nt struggle for lib
erty : :o:
Obll unn .
Gustave Dahlstrom wns born Oct.
(i, 189i!, In Council Bluffs. At the age
rf ten j'ears ho moved with tho family
to North Platte. On Oct. G, 1917. he
whs married to Esther Johnson in
North Platte. On Oct. 5, 1918, he died
In Denver from hommorhage follow
ing Spanish Influenza. Had he lived
ono day longer Gustave would have-
boon 22 j ears ot ago and would have
oelobrnted tho first anniversary of his
Gustave was a lad who grew up
under tho Influence of the church,
prayer mooting and tho Sunday school
Naturally bright, with a qiick reton
tlvo memory, a strain of genuine
humor and many original turns of
thought ho wns one who by force of
clrcunistnncos wan denied the oppor
tunity of carrying his education be
yond the first year of high school, yet
by his lovo of reading and good books,
especially tho Bible and Sunday school
literature, ho carried forward tho cul
tivation of his mind In the limited
tlmo at his disposal. Ho had natural
gifts of friendship with young pooplo
and by responsibilities as bread win
nor for his homo which mode him old
er than bin years. Ho developed a
mnturlty of Judgment thnt made him
at tho onrly ago of twenty the logical
poraon for tho rosponslblo work of
Sund,ay school superintendent. For
two years ho boro this heavy burden
well, remarkably and successfully In
tho midst of tho trying days of war
when so many workers, pupils and
proripectivo tonchors woro going one
by ono to war.
Ho flllod n peculiar place in tho uf
fectlons, llfo and program of our
V M outstanding ami nimosi
tho only remaining active worker
K "jrTr .mm ot .h! aKC'
church ns Its outstanding and almost
Mile to lead to Inspire a social group
to (111 a pulpit with reverent and holp
ful message, unpretentious, unnffected
and unafraid, ho always commanded
roHpoct and nn Interested hearing, so
much so that when recontly he si p
plied a neighboring church ho was un
anlmmio'v requested to roturn at an
,oirlv da'p and in fact did so. It wns
Mr pahfar, expectation that he would
flflVelMtA 1.1 , aha 1 .,-.. , ..... . II...
,n,..,w luw uiitT in llir-nj UULIIIUIUII I
in..,,i ,... ..-.i ,
H : , J V1 J i"V
"Wo11 (l0' K01"1 fntthtul BorVBIlt.
will sot thoe
Joy of thy
enter Into the
day. Rev. Gottys dollvored the sor-
Wnion tho breath Is bad and the ap
potlto disordered, Prickly Ash Bitters
IS tho remody neodod. It purlflofi the
Btomach, livor and bowols, swootpns
tho bronth. promotes vigor and chc-r-fulnosH.
Prlco $1.25 per bottlo. On u-more-Dont
Drug Co.. Spoclnl Agents .
N'otlco to Creditors.
Estnto No. 1577 of Hattlo K. An
drusB, docoasod, In tho County Court
of Lincoln c(mnty, Nobraska.
Tito State ot Nobraska. b.b. Cred
itors of siId ostoto will tako notice
that tho tlmo limited for prosontatlon
and tiling of clnlms ngnlnst said os
toto Is Fobruary 22, 1919, and for sot
tlomont of safd estate is Octobor 19,
1919, that I will sit at tho county court
room In said county on Novombor 22,
1918, at 9 o'clock n. m., and on Feb
ruary 22, 1919, at 9 o'clock a. m. to
rocolvo, examlno, hoar, nllow, or ad
just all claims and objections duly
Win. H. C. WOODHURST.
022-4 County Judge.
Arthur Feust. consulting engineer
from Utnli. breoaed Into New Yorkuind
attended a banquet at the Kntfrioors'
rlttb. Sever I of tin guests wir; the
MnLwin kiltie of Canada. ,
A feature of the nipnu was Mjuitb On
tortnt. and one of the Scotch veterans
nftcr .,ittng what It waff, proeeedd to
,t well W,, tabasco sauce. Hi-
ate a conple of bites of the bunilcp
liquid, nnd then, with a low cry, put
down bis knle ntyd fork.
r legal notice . H!T
Morell Keith .Neville, Plaintiff
David Cash and Eller L. Catfli, trtd
tlw helra. devisees. loi-a're-. and per
son nl representative1! and agalnet nil
persons Interested in the eatH.ta.iM
David Cash and ElKn L. Cash, at
nnniail anil airalr.Rt t ie unlOHftrtl
!"" - A,u,u.tan,.ntth (nUdw(,i
nd J??,m?.1" ? th? ifflHf
(loaUl llr U mint n i -u u i t -..-.-
' County. Nebraska. Northeast Quarter
lot Northonst Quarter and Lots 2, 8
nd 4 of Section 1 Township 13,
Range 30,; Eatt Half of Northeast
Quarter and Lots 1. 2 and 3 of Seetion
35, Township 14, Rnngo 30. The un
known heirs, dovisees, or legatees of
Abram Wlloy. deceased, unknown
heirs, devisees or legatees of Cynthia
....... ., , ,. ,i in1,nn,m
""V1 :V ",,1
velrs, devisees or legatees of Prank
M . VI 11UJ . UUC'JUaUU, nun aumai niu
unknown owners or claimants of the
following described land sltuato In
Lincoln County. Nebraska, South half
of Northeast Quarter and Lots 1 and
of Section 4, Township 13, Range
30. George A. Hoagland, his heirs.
devisees, legatees, personal ropreson-,
tatlvos and unknown claimants of the
following described land situated In.
Lincoln County, Nebraska, South Half
of Southeast Quarter, South Hall of
Southwest Quarter of Soction 12. ,
Township 13, Rango 29. Defendants.
FIKST CAUSK OF ACTIOS.
To David Cash. Ellon L. Cash and
tho heirs,, dovisees. legatees and per
sonal representatives and all persons
Interasted In the estate ot David Cash.
deceased and Ellen L. Cash, deceased,
and tho unknown ownors and un
known clnlmants of the following des-,
crlbod land sltuato In Lincoln County.,
Nebraska, to-wlt: Northeast Quarter
of Northoast Quarter (NE'4 of NEft)!
and Lots Two (2), Three (3) and Fourl
(4) of Section Ono (1) Township
Thirteen (13), N. of Range Thirty
(30) and tho East Half of Northeast
Quarter (E1 of NEVi) and Lots One
(1), Two (2) and Three (3) of Section
Thlrty-flvo (35). Township Fourteen
(14), N. of Rang;? Thirty (30), Wost
Cth P. M. defendants. j
You and each of you will take notice
'thut Morell Kolth Neville has com
menced an action In the District
Court of Lincoln County, Nobraska,
against you and each of you the ob
ject nnd prayer of which said petition
is to quiet title in plaintiff against
you and each of you in the following
described lands sltuato In Lincoln l
County, Nebraska, to-wlt: Northeast I
Quarter of Northeast Oimrtnr tttVAA
of NE4) and Lots Two (2), Threo (3)
and Four (4) of Soction Ono (1),
Township Thirteen (13). Range Thir
ty (30), West Cth P. M. nnd East
Half of Northeast Quarter (EV o
NEW) nnd Lots Ono (1), Two (2) and
riireo (3) of Section Thirty-five (35).
Township Fourteen (14) Range Thir
ty (30), West Cth P. M. and to have
decreed to him new nnd independent
titlo by reason of adverse possession
of said described promises against
you by himself and his grantors.
HKl'OM) CAUSi; OF ACTION.
To Abram WIloy, Cynthia T. Wiley.
Frank M. Wiley and tho hoirs. devi
sees, legatees and personal represen
tatives nnd nil persons interested in
tho estnto of Abram Wiley, deceased.
Cynthia T. Wiley deceased and Frank
M. Wiley, deceased, and tho unknown
ownors and the unknown claimants.
oi uio ioi lowing uoserllieu landB sit
uate In Lincoln County, Nobraska, to
wlt: South Half of Northeast Quar
ter (S4 of NEVi ) and Lots One (1)
and Two (2) of Soction Four (4) in
Township Thirteen (13), Railgo Thir
ty (30), West of the fith P. U. defen
dants. You and each of you will take
notico that Morell Keith Novlllo has
commenced nn nctlon in tho District
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
aginnst you and each of you, tho ob
ject and prayer of winch said petition
is to nu!ot titlo in plaintiff against you
and ouch ot you in tho following des
cribed lands situate In Lincoln Coun
ty, Nobraska, to-wlt: South Half ot
Northoast Quarter (SM- of NEVi ) and
uois uno ui ana Two (2) of Section
Four (4), Township Thirteen (13i
unngo Tiurty CiO), West of the Gth
P. M. and to have decreed In him
now nnd Indopondont titlo by reason
of ndvorso possession ot said describ
ed lands aguinst you by himself and
THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION.
To Georgo A. Hongland and tho
holra, dovlseos. legatees and porsonal
roprosontatlveB and all porsons In
terested In tho ostato ot O onrcrn A
Iloaglnud, docoasod, and tho unknown
uwnors nnu unKnown claimants ot tho
following described lands sltuato In
Lincoln (..ounty. Nobraska tn.uit-
South Half of Southeast Ouartnr (zu.
of SEM) and South Half of Southwost
Qunrtor (SVj of SW4) ot Section
Twolvo (12). Townshln Tlil
Rnngo Twenty-nlno (29). Wost ot the
Gth P. M. defendants.
You and each of you will take notico
that Moroll Kolth Novlllo has com
menced nn action In tho District
Court ot Lincoln County, Nebraska
against you and ouch of you. tho ob
ject and prayor of which said potltlon
Is to quiet titlo In plaintiff against you
nnd onch of you in the following do
scribed lands sltuato In Lincoln Coun-
ii. iuinisKn, io-w t: south iin f nf
Southeast Oimrtnr mi nt QiMiV ,
lA'f. Soctlo Twelve (12).
Township Thirteen (13), Rnngo Twon
ly-nino lay), wost ot tho Oth P. M
and to hnvo docroed in him now and
Indopondont titlo by reason of ad
verso possession of said djoacrlbed
promlsos against you by himself and
You and oach of you will make
answor horoln on or before tho 9th
day of Docombor, 1918, or your do
faults will bo takon and Judgmont
taken and ontored againat you as In
said petition prayod.
rtn ,M.0nELL KEITH NEVILLE.
Drive Away the
Chill Wilh a
North Platte Light
& Power Co
On? Hall Block North ot Postoflicc.
A modern institution for the
scientific treatment of medical,
surgical end confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ru7
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. 6. Dent. M. D. V. Lacas, M. D.
J. B. RedSeliM. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
L. PL McCLARA,
3Iy one host
reference I'm always
Phone at my expense
DERIlYBEIIRr Ik FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day phone 11
Mght phonu Black oSS
For (he Year 1!)1S.
By virtue of tho authority in mo
vosted, nnd by the direction of the
laws of the State of Nobraska in such
case nuide und provided, I, A. S.
Allan. County Clork of Lincoln Coun
ty, Nehr.inka, do horoby proclaim that
on Tuesday, tho fifth day of November
191S, duruig the , hours designated by
law, there will bo held a gonoral
olectlon at the usual voting places in
said County for tho election of tho
following officers, to-wit:
One United States Senator
Ono Lieutenant Governor
One Secretary of State
One Auditor of Public Accounts
Ono State Treasuror
One Attorney Gonoral
One Superintendent of Public In
struction One Commissioner of Public Lands
Ono Railway Commissioner ,
Two Regents ot tho State Univer
sity One Member of Congress, Sixth
One Stato Senator, Twenty-fifth
. Owe State Representative, Sixty
Ono Stato Representative. Sovonty
sovo.ith Plotrlct '
Three Judges ct tho Supremo Court
Ono County Clerk
Ono County Treasurer
One County Shcrlu
Ono County Attornoy
One County Surveyor
One County Judge
Ono County Superintendent of
One County Commissioner, Second
One Assessor for each Precinct
One Road Overseer for each Road
Two Juslimi of the Peaco for each
Ono Police Mnglstrato, City of North
At the same tlmo and places, two
umoii(imo:'tc to tho constitution of
tho Stato will bo submitted to the
olficir.rs for adoption or rojection,
iTjposen cunsuiuuonni amendment
For or nenlnst nnlllnir n cnnfltlfn
Proposed constitutional amendment
For or against calling a constltu
tloual convention to alter, ohnngo and
p.moiul tho .oi btlhitlon of Nebraska:
any nmendnionts to tho constitution
to bo mibnilttejl separately to tho
doctor.? when domunded by twentyllvo
percent of the duly qualified nnd
oloctod dologntoB of such convention
Polls will bo open nt 8 o'clock a. m.,
and' remain open until S oclock p. m.
m . of the same day. '
In testimony whereof, I havo
hereunto set my Hand and seal of tho
County of Lincoln. State ot Nebraska,
this Sth day of Ootoltr, 1918.
A. S. ALLEN, County Clerk.
mi. TWINEN HOSPITAL
For Medical, Surgical, Mat
dniity and convalescent pati
ents. Successful operation on
Append!?, when necessary
Hospital Phone 110
Office Phone 1S3
- Residence Plfone 2S3
100S West Fourth Street
North Platte, Neb. x
PHYSICIAN & 8UKOKO
Drs Ufddeld & (ted Held
PH YSICIAN &-SUIWEONS HOSPITAL
Ottlsc Phone t!42 Res. Phmif- '
Oflicj phone 241. Res. phnu' 1"
L . C . DROST,
North Platte. - - N'ebraaku.
Knights of Columbus Building.
GEO. B. J)EN"
Plisylclan nnd Surgeon.
Special Attention GIren to Surgery
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Ofllce 130, Residence 115
W. E. FLYNN
Office over McDonald Bank.
Office Phono 1136 Res. Phone 112G
COL. ED KIERIG,
General Fnrm Sales a Specialty.
References and Bntcs at First
National Bank, Xorth Platte, Ncbr.
DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEY
Practice Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
723 City Nutionul Bank Building.
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Belton Building
North Platte, Nebraska.
DR. 1Y. I. SHAFFER
K. of C. Building
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
Associated IVitli Dr. Drost.
Why not write your fire iiml cyclone
insurance with a reiiaDlo company
who Invost their iircmiiims in Liberty
Bonds and givo our county the credit.
ee us tor tnriu and automobilo rates
NEBRASKA HEAL ESTATE CO.
The following", propdsed'amoudment
to tho constitution of tho State of
.Nebraska, as hoicinafter set forth in
full, is submitted to the oloctors of
tho State of Nebraska to be voted
upon at tho jjonerai election to be
hold Tuoaday, November 5th, A. D.
A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend
Soction one (1) of Article seven (7)
of tho Constitution of tho Stato of
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
tho State of Nebraska:
Section 1. That Section Ono of Ar
tlclo Seven of the Constitution of the
State of Nebraska be and the same
heroby Is amended by striking out tho
"Socond. Porsons of foreign birth
who shall have dptslurod their inten
tion to become citizens comformably
to tho laws ot the United States, on
tho subject of naturalization, at least
thirty days prior to an eloctlon."
i And Inserting In the place of tho
worda sq stricken, tho following
"Second. Persons of foreign birth
who Hhnll have become clHzons of tho
Unltod States by naturalization or
otherwise conformably to the'' laws of
Jho United States at least thirty days
prior to aii election.
, Soc. 2. That ut tho gctn-ril elec
tion nineteen hundred and olqhtoon
'(1918) there shall be subnilttod to tho
oloctors of tho stato for their approval
or rojection the foregoing proposed
amendment to tho constitution relat
ing to the right of mirfrago. At hiuIi
eloctlon, on tho ballot of oach elector
voting for or against said proposed
oniondmont, shnll bo written or printed
tho words: "For proposed amend
ment to tho constitution relating to
the right of suffrage," and "Against
safd proposed amendment to the con
stitution rolnting to tho right of
Sec. 3. If such amondmunt shall
bo approved by a majority of all
oloctors voting at such oloction, said
amendment shall constitute Soction
Ono (1) Article Seven (7) ot the Con
stitution of tho State of Nebraska.
Approved, April 9. 1918.
CHARLES W. POOL
JSacciry .of JUat-k
Hospital Phone Block 638
House Phone Black 3S3
IV. T. 1'ItITClIAKI). '
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 213, south: Locuit St,
one-half block southwest of the
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue ot an order of W. C. Dorsey,
Judge cf the District Court of Phelps
County, Nebraska, made on the ilrst
day of October, 191S, in nn action
pending In said court, wherein Henry
Swedell, et al. are plaintiffs and Nora
Wilson, et nl. aro defendants, direct
ing the sale of the real estate here
inafter described, I will soil at the
front door of the court house in North.
Platte, Lincoln County. Nebraska, at
10 oclock a. m. on the 30th day of
November, ,1918, at public sale for
cash to the highest bidder, the follow
ing" described real estate, to-wlt: All
that portion ot tho south hnlf (SV&) of
soction twenty-six (20) In township
fourteen (14). In Lincoln County, Neb.
which lies south of tho right of way
of the Union Pacific Railroad, and
also the northwest (NWVi) quarter
of section thirty-five (35), in township
fourteen (14), all north, in range thirty-one
(31), west of the Cth P. 3U., in
Lincoln County. Nebraska; said land
to bo sold separately and said sale to
be hold oDen for ono hour.
Dated this 2Gth day of October, 1918
0285w G. NORBEUG. Referee'
Notice of Sale.
Notice Is hereby given that on Sat
urday, tho Oth day of November, 1913,
at the residence ot Daniel McNickle,
in Walker precinct, in Lincoln coun
ty, Nebraska, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon, I will offer for sale to the high
est bidder for cash, one red cow, sup
posed to be about four years of age,
safd cow to be sold as an ostray.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1918.
JM. SOUDER, Justice of the Peace
Notico of Incorporation.
Notice is hereby given that under
dato of September 7th, 191S, there was
filed with tho County Clerk of Lin
coln County. Nbraska. Articles of In
corporation of tho "North Platte Elec
tric Mills" whoso principal place of
business is in North Platte. Nehr.iskn.
and which said corporation was form-
ea lor tlie purpose of buying and sell
ing grain and grain products and the
manufacture and sale at wholesale
and retail of flour and other cereal
products, and the erection and main
tenance of such buildings as shall be
necessary therefor and the purchase
of such real estate as may be required
for n site. The authorized capital
stock of said Corporation is in the
sum of Fifty Thousand and 00-100
($50,000.00) Dollars fully paid up,
and said Corporation commenced
business on September 1st. 1918. and
shall continue in operation for a
period of 25 years thereafter.
The highest indebtedness to which
said Corporation shall subject Itself
shall not exceed two-thirds of its
capital stock, and the business of said
Corporation shall be conducted by
a President, Secretary and Treasurer,
which said officers shall be chosen by
Board of Directors of not to exceed 5
NORTH PLATTE ELECTRIC MILLS
By L. C. CARROLL. President.
Attest: B. M. CARROLL, Secretary
Sept. 27-4 wks
Notice of Final lienor! .
Estate No. 1560 of Amanda M.
Thomson, deceased in the Countv
Court of Lincoln county. Nebraska.
Tlie State of Nebraska, to all per
sons interested in said Estate tako
notice that the Executor has filed a
final account and report of his ad
ministration and a petition for final
settlement and discharge as such,
which have been &et for hearinc be
fore said court on November 15, 1918,
at 9 o'clock a. in., when you may ap
pear and contest the same.
Dated October 15, 1918.
WM. H. C. WOODHURST.
022-3wks. County Judtre.
By virtue of an order of sale issued
from the District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, upon a decree of
foreclosure rendered in said Court
wherein Mutual Building and Loan
Association is plaintiff, and Cora Suit,
et al., Is defendant, and to me directed
I will on the lGth day of November,
1918, nt 2 o'clock p. m., at tho east
front door of tho Court House in North
F'.ntte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, sell
at Puliiic Auction to tho highost bid
der for cash, to satisfy said decree,
mtorest and costs, the following des
cribed property to-wit:
Lots five and six (5 and C) block
oighty-oight (88) In the original town
of North Platte, Lincoln County, Ne
Dated North Piatto, Neb., October
A. J. SALISBURY, Sheriff.
Notice of Final Report.
Estato No. 1559 of Mario L. Colin,
deceasod In tho county court of Lin
coln county, Nobraska.
Tho stuto of Nebraska, to all porsons
Intorestod In said Estato tako notice
that tho Administrator has filed a
final account and report of his ad
ministration nnd a petition for final
Bottloment and dlschargo as such,
which havo boon set for hearing before
said court on Novombor 8th, 1918, at
9 o'clock a. in., when you mny appear
and contest tho snme.
Dated Octobor Sth. 1918.
Will.. II. C. WOODHURST,
015-3wks. County Judge.
Notice o Creditors. ,
Estnto No. 15SC of Georgo W. Rose,
decousod, In the county court of Lin
coln county, Nebraska.
Tho stato of Nebrasku, ss: Creditors
of said ostato will tako notico that
tho time limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said Estato
Is Fobruary 15th, 1919, and for settle
ment of said Esato Is Octobor llth,
1919; that I will sit at the county
court room in said county, on Nov.
15th, 1918, nt 9 o'clock a. m and on
Fobruary 15th, 1919, at 9 o'clock a.
in., to receive, examine, hoar, alkw,
or adjust all claims and objections
Wm. H. C. WOODHURST.
01 5-4-wks. County Judgj.
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