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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, Gth, 1018.
Al'HTKIA SKINS ARMISTICE.
QUIT FIGHTING YESTEROAV.
An armistice lwtwoon the Austrian The main building Is to be one mile
nnd Italian forces was signed Sunday W,B an,j three miles long, thereby en
nfternoon and fighting ceasod at three abllng the entire process of construc
oVIock yesterday aflarnoon. tlons of a modern gun to be comploted
The conditions of the armistice will im,i8r one roof,
bo given to the public some time to- Thero nro at present about 2,800
day. men at work on the plant housed by
Austro-Hungarlan troops are lHlng tnl government In quarters similar
withdrawn from tho western front and n 8Vary respect to the regular army
the Germans, fearing the allies win i,;lrraeks. ComforUblo individual beds
march through Austria, are dlggiug arc furnished to each man, and meals
fronches and erecting fortifications nre fiornlfched on the co-ooraUve
along tho navarlan frontier, according vAn conducted without profit,
to a Vlennn dispatch to the Polltiken. . There will be about 2,500 homes
Tho terms under which the debacle oraettid on tho inland tor government
on tho Italian front ondod Monday at ViM-lovm at on average cost of nbout
p. m. (y n. in. aii" "immi
Stnfi tlmei. Include complete dam oh
ilizatlon of Austrian forcM, surrender
of ono-half of all artillery aim mm
tnry equipment, occupation by Amerl- t0 the Patriotic Peoples of Lincoln
can and allied forces of such strategic : County, Greeting:
placos as may later bo selected', uho Your County Defense Council de
of the Austrian railroads for opera- sirtw to call you attontlan to the fact
tlons gol'nst Gennany, ovncuatlon of that the war activities that have here
all Invaded torrltory leaving behind tofore appealed to the public for sup
all equlpmont and supplies, Including port under tho soparato organizations
coal J surrender of a portion of tho of Y. M. C. A.. Y. W. C. A., Jewish
Austrian surface and submarine Meets Wei faro, War Camp Community Ser
and ti'sarmumont of others under A-, vif e, Salvation Army, American Ll
morienn nnd allied control, surrender brary Association, National Catholic
of all German submarines In Austrian , War Council and Knights of Colum
wators, and repatriation of allied and bus have been officially placed under
Ainorican presoners wiinoni recipru-
Evacuation of Austrian torrjtory
roughly corrosponds to the boundary roprosontng tho War nnd Navy De
linos claimed by Italy under the Itnl-, partments.
Ian troaty of London program. To provido funds to moot tho ex-
All German troops In Austria-Hun-. pnose of Uiobo various activltio3 there
gary, Italy or tho Balkans must bo,
out or Interned within flftoon days.
Destruction of any property by re
trmtfng forofi Is specifically forbid
den. Ships to bo Rurrondlered lncludfo
fifteen modorn Austrian submarines,
three bnttloshlps, throe light, cruisers,
n'no destroyers, twelve torpedo boats,
one mlno-lavor nnd six Danube moni
tors to ho designated by tho nllles.
All other war craft are to bo concon
tratnd nnd iVsarmed under allied di
rection. Froo navlentlon of all Austrian wa
ters by bnth tho war and commercial
fleets of the nlllos Is nrovidod for.V
The Danvng routo Is to bo kont open
by tlio occupation or aismantllnir or,of
'fortresses to bo 'solocted by tho allied
All fortresses protecting Austrian
naval bases or stations aje to bo oc
cunld mid tho nrsonal at Pola Is spe
cifically surrendered. All allied craft
held hv Austria aro to be returned
: :o: :
To Aid Clerking Influenza.
The locnl revlow of the Woman's
Benefit Association havo received In
'lsfA "K 'HfI ssi uiojj Huoiionxis
Kiipiome ooiiiuinndor of the Associa
tion, to orgnnlzo at onco la giving
nun, iv lueuuiAu ui uiibu in
efficient aid to tho Government and
TnOmhsrsltln of 105.000 woman thru
out the United Statos, It Is well equip
ped to give Its help
The organization Is represented In
thia locality by Rovlow No. 1 with
Mrs. Mary Elder as commandor and
Esthor AutonldoH ns record koopor.
Attractive cards with definite in
stni "Hon- . . Hi provontntlvo precau
tlons have beon sent out and placed
In tho homes of the membership.
Tho local roviow is Joining with tho
authorities In giving all posslblo aid
In stopping tho spread of this opl
Open Itoad to Herlln.
Tho supremo war council at Vor-
sallies, has under consideration tho
that Germany bo roquirod to wlthdray
hor armies without their military sun
piles or tho loot being carrlod from
Franco and Belgium, to a zono thirty
mllos to the Gorman side of the Rhthe,
and that the ontlro German army, in
cluding submarines and tho Helgo
land fortross bo surrondored. From a
mlltlary point of view tho proposnl
that tho Gorman armies ho disarmed
and retired thirty miles beyond tho'
Ithino Is classod only as tantamount
to an absoluto Hurrondor. It would
not only throw, opou to tho allied and
American armies many roads to Bor
lln, itself, hut with the surrendor of
railway rolling stock doprlvo them of
moans to retrace tholr utopa, or fight
if they would,
: :os :
Penalty If Prolong War.
Pacific penalty for ovory day that
tno war is prolonged after tho allied
tonns aro proaonted to Germany, is
one of tho allied conditions of tho
armistice terms. It will bo much
worse for tho onomy If thoy fall to
rocognizo tho armfstlco tonus and
carry on tho war fmrthor. Thoro will
bo no abatomont of sovorlty In tho
allied tonus and tho continuation of
tho war which has hold nothing but
four yoars of horror wll bo paid for
Dnroc-Jorsoy Male PlgH.
For Salo Twonty bond. Thos'o aro
registered, Thoy will not bo kept over
thirty days. So call or address at
83-C North Platto.
Heartburn, heaviness In tho atom
nch, bloated fcollng, coated tonguo,
nan nreatih dizziness and vortiuo,
(blind staggors.) quickly roltovwl by
I'rickly Asit Bitters, reoplo who
havo uaod It say thoy can oat hoartlly
wltliout mlsory. whoro boforo thoy
tried It the jnost healthful food soom
od to go' them out of fix. Prlco
$1.25 no" bottle-. OUMMERE-DBNT
civic authorities in chocking tho Span- 1 , f. u, Kills, and in the right education ol
lih lnfla. rt ,l,Iv are all re fr U w J "mt the Intelligent care'oi
llAia" inuUhr'Sintad: niun.t.ons factor.e,
UHI1CI11 llOSM lai iCOIllllUlll ailU ll ,,., .w1 i.i..i was milt nf Hin nesnntliilu In Mm -lr.
AMERICA TO HAVE
Vlien completed the government
Eiin nlunt'at Neville I land, nmr
tMttsburg will be the largest in the
W1r,(li c5,n,mretl t0 which the Krnpp
gun works will be pigmy, tnd It will
reqrir about two years to complete
u. at a cost approximating $200,000,
11 IB JHl TBI II KWTVrillUQIll ,rujcvi,
and to the American Steel Company
i entrusted the matter f expending
tho money, on a dollar-a-year plan.
Whl :h ni'rtiiH that cm the basis of re
nuir.ng uvo jara (o complete the
Jroject the company will receive tho
3um of 12.00 for supervising the ex
penditure of more than $200,000,000.
Tho United War Work Drbo.
Lincoln County CoijicII of Defense,
North Platte, Nel)r, Nov.1 2. 1918
mo supervision oi mo war unmp
Community Service by tho commis
sions on Training Camp Activities,
will be one grand drivo, beginning
November 11, to raise tlh sum of
$250,000,000.00. The quota to be
raised by this county is $30,000.00.
A conimltteo undor, tho chairman
ship of C. O. Weihgnnd has charge of
raising the Lincoln county quota
Under this plan of campaign, there
will be but one drive instead of seven.
This commute will see that you
have an opportunity of contributing
to this worthy cause. It is not only
the duty of ovory ono to contribute to
this fund, but It la a great privilege
to have tho opportunity In this man
ner of showing our appreciation of
tho boys over there, who are fighting
(for our rights and for the protection
wo nespeaK ror a generous res
ponse, T. C. PATBRSON, Chairman.
: :o: :
Another Liberty Loan doming.
Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo
1ms nnnounced that, no" matter what
the results of the ponding overtures
ror peace may he. tnoro will bo an
other Liberty loan. To use his ex
prosslon, "We are going to havo to
flnnnco pence for a while just as wo
nave una to finance war."
Thero nro ovor 2,000.000 United!
hiaioa soiirors nnroau
Iiroad. If wo trans-1 lmd had nn interest in the right bous
7' l"Jlw United illK of R,-iH jn the right feeding 'ol
lnr,i tlifton mon
,ff m.J 1,
after .penco is nn actuality.
Tno American people, therefore.
5 "A0 "J"'1 ,?a
I'"1 -iii i , i , , luslor'
'La' H l J1?' wln htlV0. au
ooportunlty to show the same patrio
tism In financing the Just and conclu
sive victorious peace wheneWer It
Had Wreck In New York.
Over one hundred peoplo wore kil
led Friday night In a wreck vof an
olovatod train on the Brighton Dench
line or tlie Brooklyn Rapid Transit
company. Tho accident occurred Just
at tho Hiinnor time and tho train wns
, crowded with workers going to their
b, s ta I, g Toom' bliig at a
"!? Platforms each he"
lnir crowded with passonitors.
Tim trnin left tho track on round
ing n sharp curve In the tunnel. The
front car of tho train loft the track as
tho curve waa made and was thrown
across tho tracks In such a position
mat, tno louowing cars plowed thru
Two Kearney Men Killed.
W II. Koofor. manniror of tho
Stlckel Li'inbor company for the past
iu years, aim J. v. Swan, a local
merchant both of Kearney, were kill-
cu Himuay ovonlng when tholr car
was struck by Union Pacific train No.
llioy bad largo potato holdlnsrs
west of tho city nnd woro rotumlnc
from nn inspection of the crop. Thoy
miieu to near tno train nnd woro
crossing tno trnck ahead of It
Furs! Furs! In sots and sonarnto
plooos, for women, mlssos and chil
dren, mado up to tho minuto in stylo,
in -oxos, marmots, Minks, Beavor,
ltncoon, Lynx, Fronch Conoy. etc. All
pricod vory reasonably , BLOCKS
Loans to Our Allies.
Tho extension of n credit of $0,-
ooo.ooo to Belgium mado roceMv
makes tho total advancoa by tho Uni
ted aintos to Hoigiujn $80,020,000.
Tho total amount ndvnncod to duto
to all of our associates In tho war
against Qormnny Is ?7,529,47G,000
Including cash rocolvod In the
Tronsury Department on Octobor i't
from tho salo of War Savlncs socurl
tios, the total Treasury receipts from
tins soarco amounted to J801.4G3.-
41C.8Q. This roprosonts tho purchase
or war Havings stamps to tho total
maturity vnluo of approximately $950
Hard-working mon and women aro
as liable to kldnoy. llvor and bowel
(iLBortors as any othors.1 Prickly
AbIi Bitters 1b tho worker's friend, bo
cnuso It keons those organs In sound
vigorous condition. Prlco $1.25 nor
bottle, GUMMERE-DENT DRUG CO,
unikicu iiuii iswiiieu iui imuiy iimiuiin 1 ..v.. ....... ...
THE SECOND LINE
Mitssippi vnMiy U
t In Flanders Is not ftf'far
todny as the dttiwo from Paris
Herlln. The Atlantic ocenn l not ;
wide as the Hlver Somma. The gli"
In the munition fnctory In the tnldd
Weet Is very close to her brother I
the fron'MIno trenches. If he ,woi
fnllors,' If one untruo tornado pits' -the
careful scrutluy of the Iniptrtos
the lives of American soldier jm
It Is as necessary to keep the cit i
who makes the shells physically fi'i
nnd high of courage ns the mnn wb" ,
fires the gun. ,
The glory nnd excitement ftf tt-or!
nre for the man In khukl. Orjjjln.' '.
ttmnotonotis labor far nwny frrttir tt
flying lings nnd tnnrtlal music" Isjb' i
portion of the girl who makes muni-1
One and n half million women nnd
girls have marched Into the service of
the United States government, to take
the places of tho men who have been
called to the' colors. With every tlrnft
and with tho opening of every muni
tion cantonment the number Is mul
tiplied. These girls work long hours
and the work Is hard and monotonous.
Furthermore, they work at high nerv- j
ous tension, on tlie saiii or tneir lin
gers nnd the nccurncy of their eyos de
pends the lives of mnny soldiers, the
winning or losing of mnny battle's.
"I can't sleep nt night because I'm
po afrnld I niny havo pnsscd on some
thing that was not quite true," said
one young girl not yet in her twenties,
who Inspected hundreds 6f torpedoei
Unless something can mako this girl
forget at night, nnd find some rest, her
hnnd will lose its cuuiflng.
"Nights and Sundays," said another,
"I walk nnd wnlk, and I never go the
snmo route twice until I havo worn
out nil the others, and yet I can't for
got thnt perhaps some time, somehow,
during the day something may have
gone through' that was not quite right."
"I was Just on the edge of going
back home," snld another. "I couldn't
stand It. Then the recreation leader
nsked me If I played basket bull, and
I told her I was too old. I'm twenty
eight. She Insisted thnt I Just' try
throwing the bnll, and now I'm captain
of tho basket ball team. I play tennis,
nnd enn 'set up nnd 'wig-wag,' and
they're going to make me forewoman
of the room. Thnt would have fright
ened mo to death once. But every
thing Is different now, that wo have
our War Service club."
The war department had seen the
need of occupations for out-of-work
hours If the employees were to work
nt their grontcst efllciency, und through
the ordnance department nsked ,tl)e
Young Women's Christian Association
for recreation lenders, to line up jhe
girls niid direct their free-time pleas
ures. The government reminded the Y. W.
C. A. tlmt us an organization It ntwhys
nlng of the war. The government
could house and feed them. It cutild
put up rpcrcntlon buildings, but wJion
this was done It wns as helpless a3 th
father of a motherless girl. ,Tho gov
ernment Is u composlto man. lie didn't
know what a girl ahould do when the
six o'clock fnctory whlstlo blew, nc
only know bIio needed looking nftei
nnd ho called to tho one woman's or
ganization that for half a century had
made n study of the needs of girls
Vaguely, he had nn Idea that she
should be encouraged to play, that
sho needed wholesome recreation, nnd
iioiiio one, wise mid sympathetic as a
i. . i ..ii a i ., .. .
viu i-i in iiiuiiiui, ii nuiiiu "I' sui'im na
tivities. The Blue Trlnngle sent its piny lndy
to salute and go to work. Workers nre
nsked for In rccrentlon buildings ot
nil tho 22 federal Industrial reserva
tions or munition cantonments which
have boon opened this summer In sov
oral of the states. These reservations
sprung up out of the very fluids in, a
few weeks. Thoy nro employing thou
sands of workers. Many of these
women have come from far distant
homos. Tho government provided
dormitories and mess barracks. In
some places It Is putting up recreation
buildings. Where such a building Is
not provided by tho government, tho Y.
W." 0. A. will furnlsli It, using ono al
ready standing when available, and
building when thnt Is necessary. All
these buildings, whether government
or nssoclntlon-owned, will operate un
der tho sign of tho Bluo Triangle. They
will have big living rooms, nssembly
rooms for entertainments,, club rooms,
nnd gymnasiums. The Bluo Triangle
will furnish a program of servico work,
educntlonnl classes, games and enter
Mllitnry and signal corps
drills will bo In chnrjo of soldiers
In Washington, the members of th
Business Women's council, n Blue Trl
nngle league of the Y. W. O. A., mnde
up of girl government employees, drill
twtco a weeic under nn army officer.
and between five lllld Six o'clock on
theso davs lone lines of motorcars nre
parked to watch tho drill.
, , ..
Wherever posslblo tho recrent on
equipment Includes a field somewhere
for outdoor sports
War clubs nro a part of tho plan and
niemborshlp In theso Involves a pledge
to servo to tho best of tho plrl's nbll-
itv in tim rnnif nf ti.n wnnmn'o T.,.i..
trial Arnivtlin "nnranil linn nf
VI 1 yi second lino of do-
.v..o, ,. iuu.uiou ui IUJunjr ny
promoting In every possible way tha
pint of service.
China Dinner Sots We havo put In
a fine line of China Dinner Sots and
U-HI attlt hy Mia flnf nr alntrla flft7nn
CLiyTN The- Jeweler.
siriye Away die
(hill With a
North Platte Light
& Power Co
Dli. T1VINEN HOSPITAL
For Medical, Surgical, Mat
ernity and convalescent pati
ents. Successful operation on
Appendix, when necessary
Hospital Phone 110
Office Phone 183
Residence Phone 283
1008 West Fourth Street
North Platte, Neb.
One Hall Block North ot Postoflicc.
A modern institution for the
scientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ray
nnd diagnostic laboratories
Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. tocas, M. D.
J. B. Redfield.M. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
Office phone 211. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
GEO. B. BENT,
rhsylclan and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Surgery
Office:, Building & Loan Building
Phones: Office 130, Resldenco 115
W. E. FLYNN
Office over McBonnlil Rank.
Office Phone UttG Ros. Phone 1120
DOCTOR D. T. QDIGLEI
Practice Limited to
Surgery nnd llndlnm Thorapj
728 City National Bank Building.
Notice of Final Report.
Estato No. 1560 ot Amanda M.
Thomson, deceased in tho County
Court of Lincoln county, Nobraska.
Thn Statfl of Nobraska. to nil nor-
sons Interested In said Estato tako
notlco that tho Executor has filed a
final accouut nnd report of his ad-
ministration and a potttlon for final
settlement and d scharKO as such,
iforo 8tUd court on Novombor 15. 1918.
;at 9 o'clock a. m.. when you may ap-
nnnr and nnntnst. tho same. '
Dated nntohnr 15. 191R.
WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
'022-3wks. Countv Jiulce.
ili""-Ji3' . oum juubw.
Notice of Salo.
Notlco is hereby given that on Sat-
urdav. the 9th day ot Novombor, 1918,
nt tl, rosldonco ot Danlol McNlcklo,
ln WnlkF product, In Lincoln coun-
ty, Nobraska, at 2 o'clock in the after-
u" 1 uucl lvu Bulu tu luu mi,u
ost bidder for cash, ono red cow, sup-
posod to be about tour years ot ago,
8ald cow to bo sold as an ostray.
Dated this 4th day ot October, 1018.
J, M. SOUDER, Justice ot the Peace'
, firs ne'dileld & Redllald
OrflcPboo 642 flos Phon rt7t
Hospital Phone Black o33
House Phone Black 033
W. T. I'JRITCHAHI).
Eight yeare a Government Veterinar
ian, Hospital 2IS, south Locust St
one-half block southwest of the
Big Price tor Furs
I will commence buying
muskrats November first. All
furs will he a big price this
fall nnd winter.
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 tho lGth day of November,
191S, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the east
front door of tho Court House in North
Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, sell
at Public Auction to the highest bid-
dor for cash, to satisfy said decree,
interest and costs, the following des
cribed property to-wit:
Lots five and six (5 and C) block
eighty-eight (58) In the original town
of North Platte, Lincoln County, Ne
Dated North Platte, Neb., October
A, J . SALISBURY, Sheriff.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an order-' of W. C. Dorsey,
Judge of tho District Court of Phelps
County, Nebraska, made on the first
day of October, 1918, In an action
pending In said court, wherein Henry
Swodell, et al. are plaintiffs and Nora
Wilson, et al. are defendants, direct
ing tho sale of tho real estate here
inafter described, I will sell at the
front door of tho 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-wit: All
that portion of the south half (S) of
section twenty-six (2u) 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 (NwW) quarter
of section thirty-five (35), in township
fourteon (14), all north, in range thtr-
ty-one (31), west of tho 6th P. M., in
Lincoln County, Nebraska; said land
to bo sold separately and said sale, to
be hold open for ono hour.
Dated this 26th day of October, 1918
0285w G. NORBERG, Referee'
Notice to Creditors.
Estate No. 1586 of Georce'W. Rose.
deceased, in the county court of Lin
coln county, Nebraska.
The state of Nebraska, ss: Creditors
of said e3tate will take notice that
the tlmo limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said Estate
is February 15th, 1919, and for settle
ment of said Esato is October 11th,
1919; that I will sit at the county
court room in said county, 'on Nov.
15th, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m., and on
February 15th, 1919, at 9 o'clock a.
in., to receive, examine, hear, allow,
or adjust nil claims and objections
Wm. II. C. WOODHURST,
015-4-wks. County Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
Estato No. 1577 of Hattlo K. An
druss, deceased, in the County Court
of Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska, s.s. Cred
ltors of said estate will take notice
that the tlmo limited for presentation
and filing of claims against said es
tato Is February 22, 1919, and for set
tlement of said estate la October 19,
1919, that I will sit at the county court
room in said cou,nty on November 22,
1918, at 9 oclock a. m., and on Feb
ruary 22, 1919, at 9 o'clock a. m. to
rocolve. examine, hear, allow, or ad-
Just all claims and objections duly
Wm. II. C. WOODHURST,
022-4 County Judge.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Serial No. 06150
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Offlco at North Platto,
Nobr., Oct. 23, 1918
Notlco is hereby given that Joso-
phlno Hood, of North Platto, Nobr.
who, on Sept. 8, 1914, mado Homo-
stoad entry, No. 06150, for SEU, Soc
tion zz, Townsnip 10, jv., uango an w.
Oth Principal Meridian, hns filed
notice ot Intention to make final throo
year froor, to ostatmsli claim to tno
land above described, boforo tho Ropr-
Ister and Recelvor, nt North Platte,
Nobr., on tho 2Utn day of Nov. 1918
Claimant names aa wlttnossos: Ed
Hnrmar, Frank Parks, Ida Johnson
and unanos L,ucas, an ot worm
025-5w E. J. EAMES, Register
Notlco of Ilnnl Report
Estato -No. 1564, of Thomas A.
Slmnnts. deceased in tho County Court
of Lincoln County, Nobrnska.
rpu .( vlh.i
Tho State of Nobraska, to all per
sons Interested In snld Estato tako no-
tlco that tho Executrix has filed a final
account nnd report of his ndmlnlstra-
tlon and a petition for final sottlomont
and discharge as such, which has boon
set for hearing beforo said court on
- muvuuiuur xvxo, ui a umuw u. m.,
when you may appear and contest tho
Dated Oct. 28, 1918
WM. II. O. WOODHUR8T
029-3 wks. County Judgo.
i, B. It EU FIELD.
PHYSICIAN it St' HO
COL ED KIERIG.
General -rami Sales a Specialty.
References and Dates nt First
National Bnnk, North Platte, N'ebr.
Moroll Keith Neville, Plaintiff
- J vs
David Cash and Ellen L. Cash, and
the heirs, devisees, legatees and per
sonal representatives and against all
persons Interested in the estato of
David Cash and Ellen L. Cash, de
ceased, and against the unknown
owners and claimants of the following
described land situate ln Lincoln
County. Nebraska, Northeast Quarter
of Northeast Quarter and Lots 2, 3
and 4 of Section . 1, Township 13,
Range 30,; East Half ot Northeast
Quarter and Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Section
35, Township 14, Range 30. Tlie un
known heirs, devisees, or legatees of
Abram Wiley, deceased, unknown
heirs, devisees or legatees ot Cynthia
T. Wiley, deceased, and tho unknown
heirs, devisees or legatbes of Frank
M. Wiley, deceased, and against the
unknown owners or claimants of the
following described land sltuato in
Lincoln County, N-sbraska, South half
of Northeast Quarter and Lots 1 and
2 of Seotion 4, Township 13; Ranga
30. Georgo A. Hoagland, his heirs,
devisees, legatees, personal represen
tatives and unknown claimants of the
following described land situated In
Lincoln County, Nebraska, South Half
of Southeast Quarter, South Half of
Southwest Quarter of Section 12,
Township 13, Range 29. Defendants.
FIRST CAUSEOF ACTION.
To David Cash, Ellen L. Cash and
the heirs, devisees, legatees and per
sonal representatives and all persons
Interested In the estate of David Cash,
deceased and Ellen L. Cash, deceased,
and the unknown ownca and un
known claimants of tho following des
cribed land sltuato in Lincoln County,
Nebraska, to-wit: Northeast Quarter
of Northeast Quarter (NEV1 of NEV4)
and Lots Two (2), Three X3) and Four
(4) of Section Ono (1) Township
Thirteen (13), N. of Range Thirty
(30) rind tho East Half of Northeast
Quarter (EH of NEVi) and Lots One
(1), Two (2) and Three (3) Of Section
Thirty-five (35), Township Fourteen
(14), N. of Rang-a Thirty (30), Wast
6th P. M. defendants.
You and each of vou will tako notice
that Morell Keith. Neville has com
menced an action In the District
Court of Lincoln County, Nehraska,
against you and each of you tlie ob
ject and prayer of which said petition
is to quiet title In plaintiff against
you and each of you in the following
described lands situate in Lincoln
County, Nebraska, to-wit: Northeast
Quarter of Northeast Quarter (NE
of NE4) and Lots Two (2), Three (3)
and Four (4) of Section One (1),
Township Thirteen (13), Range Thir
ty (30), West fith P. M. and East
Half of Northeast Quarter (E of
NE14) and Lots One (1). Two (2) and
Three (3) of Section Thirty-five . (35),
Township Fourteen (14) Range Thir
ty (30), West 6th P. M. and to have
decreed to him new and independent
title by reason of adverse possession
of said described premises against
you by himself and his grantors.
SECOND CAUSE Or ACTION.
To Abram Wiley,- Cynthia T. Wiley,
Frank M. Wiley and tho heirs, devi
soes, legatees and personal represen
tatives and all persons Interested In
tho estato of Abram Wiley, deceased,
Cynthia T. Wiley deceased and Frank
M. Wiley, deceased, and tho unknown
owners and tho unknown claimants
of tho following described lands sit
uate in Lincoln County, Nebraska, to
wit: South Half of Northeast Quar
ter (SM: of NE4) and Lots One (1)
nnd Two (2) of Section Four (4) in
Township Thirteen (13), Range Thir
ty (30), West of the 6th P. M. defen
dants. You and each of you will take
notice that Morell Keith Neville has
commenced an action in the District
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
aglanst you and each of you, the ob
ject and prayer of which said petition
Is to quiet title in plaintiff against you
and each of you in the following des
cribed lands sltuato in Lincoln Coun
ty, Nobraska, to-wlt: South Half of
Northeast Quarter (SM: of NE14) and
Lots One (1) and Two (2) of Section
Four (4), Township Thirteen (13)
Rango Thirty (30), West of tho Oth
P. M. and to havo decreed in him
now and independent title by reason
of adverse possession of said describ
ed lands against you by himself and
THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION.
To Georgo A. Hoagland and tho
heirs, devisees, legatees and personal
representatives and all persons in
terested in the estate of Georgo A.
Hoagland, deceased, and the unknown
owners and unknown claimants of the
following described lands situate in
Lincoln County, Nebraska to-wlt:
South Half of Southeast Quarter (SV6
of SE'i) and South Half of Southwest
Quarter (S& of SW4) of Section
Twelve (12), Township Thirteen (13),
Rnngo Twenty-nlno (29), West of tho
Gth P. M. defendants.
You and each of you will take notice
that Moroll Keith Novlllo has com- "
monced an action in the District
Court ot Lincoln County, Nobraska,
against you and each of you, tho ob
ject and prayer of which said petition
is to quiet tltlo in plaintiff against you
and each of you in tho following de
scribed lands sltuato in Lincoln Coun
tf, Npbraska, to-wlt: South Half of
Southeast Quarter (S of SEW) and
South Half of Southwest Quarter (S
of SWW.) of Section Twolvo (12),
Township Thirteen (13), Rango Twon-ty-nlno
(29), west of the Gth P. M.
and to havo docrced in him now nnd
independent title by reason of ad
vorso possosslbn of said djoscrlbed
promises against you by himself and
You and onch of you will mako
answer herein on or boforo tho Oth
day of December, 1918, or your de
faults will bo taken and judgment
taken and entered against you as In
said potltlon prayed.
MORELL KEITH NEVILLE,
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