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IUA L BABE, Editor and Publisher
Ono Year by Mull, In advance. .1 ."."
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Entered at tlio North Platte, Nobrnska
Postofflce m Second Class Mutter.
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TUIISDAY, NOVEMBER igtli, 1918.
I'YHIfj BONEGAN WRITES
A.N INTERESTING LETTER,
a loiter to lila mother. Cyril P.
Dnjtagan, writing from ovorseaB under
datTroT Octobor loth, says:
I will take back what I said lust
evening about the Sgl. not bringing
mi? a letter, ono cuine this noon. I thut
myself homesick and lonely, but not
now and It tis not as tho wo worn not
well looked afir. Our hoarta are full
.of gratitudo to tlio mothers and tho
Idaios of tho lied CrosB and In most
casos they aro ono, then thoro's tho
Sammy Girls; ovor on tho alert, tho
good thoy do can novor die.
Ah I write I am reminded of those
words of Joaquin Miller
"Tho bravest buttle that ever was
Shall I tell you whore and when,
On tho maps of tho world you'll find
T'was fought by tho mothers of mon.
"Oh yo with banners and battlo shot
And Holdtcrs to shout and praise,
I tell you the klngllest vlctorios fought
Aro fought In thoso silent ways."
I can tell you mothor that the boys
over here, "Our boys" could not bo
othor than putriotllc if they trlod,
Whon wo sco on ovory hand tho ef
forts put forth by tlio homo folltB,
evldoncos of lovo and sacrlflco In our
bohalf, of Y. M. C. A. workors, K.
of C, Salvation Army und other so
cieties that have backed up tho sol
diers from tho. very start. Victory Is
near but it would, not bo quito so
near If It woro not for tho kindness
from homo and frlouds.
Tho numo of our company has boon
changed from engineering corps to
transportation corps. I told you in
tii Innf Inllni. f ..,.. ... I
a little 'of the history of Belgium and
cts illustrious mon and kings who
havo helped to koop tho little country
famous and tho troatloa which estab
lished thorn the nation thoy aro.
In 1 K0, or aftor tho fall of Napoloon
tho Ihreo powors, fJormany, Franco
and England agreed to' rcspoct her
tmiinuarios ami igium was to Join
Iho others In pi6tectlng them In caso
u ,y wiuu 10 ho uirougn. ai 1110 uo-
ginning Of tllO prOSOnt COIlflCt Gor-
many sent a very tempting oiler to
Le.Klum. If she would let hor army
jmH lurougn 10 i'rauco sno would
iuu ui.y uiiiuugo uono 10 proporty,
imy aer wen nnu iiarm noono. Tills
v muu iiinKo 11 easy ior uoigium. olio
was told that sho would bo ovor-run,
H"0 ",ul vanquished If she at-
tcmptod to roBlst. Belgium, ot hor
1(cc?.rd' dobldod to koop truo to
Z 4??iWhlcl! umb, hor t nu?n
and thrOW her strength against tllO
Kd LTrm!l,l.H ftt L,0B.' ,VK
V. ; 1 , TV. lu 1 oul
1 i J Uy? 1,ut U,,oy. Q !i"K t0
It twonty-SOVOn days and. (until Ono-
in fLnL un tollon. Thon
to further delay tho ontranco of Oor-
l... ti- . t . . ..
many into Franco, which was mo .
I, ,t, ., , . : ,
llnllHnnu InfniTi H'0
"nr I k u ??3 ,Y,th a11 U,.0lr
two squaro miles. Her urmy, rather
than bo takon joined tho French army.
Hor mort have not heard from tholr
homos for pvor four years. Tho Dol
i , , , ,
SRn.W. an. t ,K.. .?".yi2?
:ui'ruaso Biie iigiuens nor irrm on
llttlo Holglum. Tho hoys tako ovory
cnanco or escaping out of tho coun
tr . Aboil o 'o-thlrd of all who try
aro caught and put to doath, and thoy
aro all willing to try. .
I will rolato tho exporlonco of a
eouplo of .bright lw)y friends from
Brussols trying to escapo by swlmin-
tnr mif All ti. iu,.,i i I,
mtrSSd toawB SMdl
to' hlff nut0 doZ8fuKos:
two stole their way down to the river
which divides thorn: thoy ducked In
fi lo ,.l,, (I,,. L l.l,.
u jiauui wmio mimt, Willi a (lOf,, ino
uog camo up to iiumii wu licked tholr
liands. Had. It barked thoy would
havo been idiot. Thoy-Jumped In tho
Iver wjioro wlro cables of high vul-t
logo woro stretched close to tho sur -
moo. Horo thoy mado n llttlo noiso
diving under tho wires. A machino
gun rang out and killed ono ot the
boys. Ho told his companion to go!
ahead ami novor mind htm, as ho
could not help. Ho watu 110 yards
under wntor and machino gun firo, Ho
cot out and folntod from ovor oxer
on. A Dutch sentry plckod him up
nnd tondod him, Lately this samo lxy
foil In a chargo iiKaliwt tho Gormnns.
Many aro tho Incldonta wo might ro
lato. Wo havo oxporlouced tho .hard
ahlps of war, but havo mado good uso
ot our tlmo. Can you roalizo tho situ
ation df Undo Sam had not startod
out with his boys and turned tho tldo
In tho right dlroctlon. Wo can over
bore. In my next lottor I will glvo you
a brlof account ot IleunoB "tho city
that has nover Iwon captured."
"GOSH ALT, FISH HOOKS.
AS THE FEMjOW SAYS"
v Wo liuve moVe sail and more kinds of salt
llian all the dealers of North Platto put 4
together. Better call and get your supply.
Our salon oC CARNATION FLOUR is con
Leypoldt & Pennington
PHONE 206. Lamb Building; North Locust Street
PEACE NO CHECK ON'
THE VYAK YYOJtK PROGRAM.
Peace or no pooce, tho war work
activities must go on uninterrupted.
Tho campaign for United War Work
funds will go steadily forwardi as
their will bo as great a need for holp
along this lino for somo time after
tho war Is brought to conclusion ns
when the lads woro actually flghtng.
This attitude holds good in connec
tion with all war work that Is under
way or planned for immediately in
Thoro Is a groator need for wnr
work activities today, iwch as th&
United War Campaign, than ever bo
fore, because of the increased num
bers of men who aro now in Franco,
the thousands pouring overseas dally
and tho groat nutnbors tntlonol In
raiitonmenti here. Kven though the
war should come to an abrupt close
these millions of mon will have to be
taken caro of, It will be some tlmo
before thoy nre returned homo nnd
until such a Vmo tlfey havo to bo
looked after. For this reason the
people should mot lay aside their knit
ting and patriotic spirit and support
tho war strongor than ovor boforo.
Hoys' YVorfclnjr Reserve...
Tho United States boys' working ro
servo, operating ainder the ausplcos of
tho Jcdornl department of labor, its 011
doavorlng to moblllzo for any otnor
goncy which may occur, tho boy power
of the nation. It is tho plan of the
deparimont to register all boys from
fifteen years nnd six months of ago to
eighteen years, so that an authentic
record may bo had of those who will
bo eligible to participate 'in kcoplng
up our homo industries.
In accordance with tho request of
tho federal government, I, Keith No
Vlllo, govornor of Nebraska, do here
by proclaim tho fourteenth day of
Novembor, 1n tho year of our Lord
nlnoteon hundred and olghteen, to be
n day on which all boys In Nebraska
who, on that dato, havo attained tho
ago of fifteen yearB and six months
and who havo not attained tho ago of
olghtoon years, shall register in tho
United States boys' working rosorvo.
All boys within tho proscribed ago
limits in Nebraska will on that day
go to whatever places may bo named
UN I UUtlD Ul I C'K I " 11 11 UUIl lUlll IIICI V
.... ........... I... it.... .. .1 ,1.na.n
! boys' Working reserve, register.
Witness my hand this 4th day of
Govornor of Nebraska.
DcniocratH Out of Saddle.
Tim ilnmntrntln nnrtv linu finmi lln
80ilted from tho congressional saddlo
in which It has sat for eight years and
Mm nnMnn mnv mnwl Biimo rnvnlti.
tlonary clianges In its lawmaking
processes. Even If rovlsed roturns
houW ,0w a sonato Uo tho unox-
pocttoddy largo republican majority
i tho houso definitely wrests tho
control of tho national legislature
fr0IU tho imn,ia ot tUo domocratllc
statomon. With tho passing ot domo-
cratic domination, control ot tho na-
tlonal lawmaking falls largoly into
Imnds of tho middle west and far
w,,t. Tlil mnonn ,thnt th rnrnn.
Btruction program, Involving tho most
Important legislation In a contury,
will ho shaped and piloted mainly by
Honutors nnd rnnrnsnnlnHv from
that section ot tho country.
m .1 iu ..,....,
luno mail nuvuii ML tUU
n.... ,.1 ,.. .1 . ...;,
IIVU U11I UUUIIlllllUUS 111 UIU HUIUILU Will
1,0 llC,Ulel from tl.O WOSt
'""1 west provided tho upper house
gone rep'uhllcan. Hi the house at
least twolvo of tho ilfteen most Im
portant committees will bo headod by
congressmen from west of tho Alle-
unu in uiu iiiuaL nni'UiiiiiK uiiiiiiKua
In the methods of leglslktlon will be
Ono of tho most sweeping chang03
tho prompt abolition practice of bill
framing In the exocutive departments.
S'nco tho democratic administration
camo Into powor in 1913, few meas
ures have hnd tholr orfj;ln in congress
Usually thoy havo been writton by
the officials ot tho departments most
d'.'Hjctly concerned. Tho procedure
has beon to send them to congress,
usually in tho vost pocket of Albert
uauaiiy III II1U IIUUIVUL Ul iVlUUll
S' nurleso"' POstnmBtor general, who
.oc. i0 .S?-1"?".
i """" " " " "f
?.!.0.. ni.u.r?.8.. 1 V"f JT.?.r V... .V."n
, IfUOIl IUI1IIIIIIY Jllll (HUICUII lUUlllll-
spokesmen and referred to
Mnninilllnna wlmrn Uinv hnvn iitulnr.
. " " iV, . ,i"'," ,T
gone llttlo. df any important revision.
Uv virtue of nn order of sale Issued
! frqm the District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, upon a decroo of
foreclosure rendorod In said Court
I whoroln. Mutual Building and Loan
Association is plaintiff, and Cora Suit,
'ot, nl.. Is defendant, and to me directed
1 1 will on tho lfith day ot November,
1 1918, .at 2 o'clock p. m., at tho east
fr9it door ot tho Court Houso In North
ri'atto,, Lincoln County, Nebraska, sell
at rublic Auction to tho highest bid
dor for cubIi, to Batlsfy ald docree,
uitorest and costs, the following dos
crlhod proporty to-wlt:
Tiots flvo and six (5 nnd G) block
olghty-olght (83) in tho original town
ot North Platte, Lincoln County, No
Dated North Platto, Neb., October
II tli, 11)18.
A. J. SALISBURY, Shorlff.
For state sonator W. V. Hbagland
received a. majority of 548 In Dawson
county and 297 in Kolth county. For 1
dost representative T. L. Carroll
received 36R moro vote in Dawson
county than dhl HJgglns, and 242 I
more In Keith county, uom noog
land and Carroll had n walk-awuy
notwithstanding the broad cast dls
trlbutlon of campaign circulars b
Charter No. 49fi. lterve Dlst. No. l
Hport of the condition of tho
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at North Platte, In the state of Nebra
kH, at the cloee of liuslnens on Novem
ber lt, 1918.
Loans and 11-
Notes nnd lilll r- 1
iliHcounted (other , v
than lmnk sceupt- -,
aiiceh nolil) j)
Item B7A) S.lJl.SO C72.I17.26
cured anil uunec-
I . ,s. ImiiiiU (ulliiy llimi
IT. S. honds do
poRlted to HU
(par value) .. .$100,000.00
IT. a., bonds anil
Indebte d n o b h
pledgeil to so
eufo L'. S. de-
posits (pur val- ,
HomlH. 3H, ,i nnu
1 Vi por cent, un-
Liberty loan bonds, 3
i. and 1W. nor cent nloda-
cil to secure postal savings
tniuo on ijineriy
4 V por cent bonds
of tlio Fourth Lib
erty Louh owned 144.800.00 159,800.00
IIiiiiiIh, NccurltleN, rte.i
uonfls otnor tnan
U. S. bonds
pledKed to 'se
cure postal sav- '
Inns donoslts ... 3.000.00
than U.S. bonds
ed unnledued ... 38.306.39
Total bonds, se-
other than U. S. 41.306.39
Stock of Feder
al II o s u r v t)
Dank (B0 per
nnfit nf Mllll
value of bank
ing house ... 09,000.00
rviitlrv It, tirinlr
Iiik house ..... . 59,000.00
ileal esyuo own-.
banklnc house '. 750.00
ItuHorvc bank. .. 52,210.35
Cash In vault
and not amount
duo from na
tional banks ... 110,3,17.20
Net amounts' duo
from banks and
ies other than
included , In .
Items 13. 14
or 15 1,97.4.81
Checks on other
banks In the
same city or
town as report?
Jntf bank (oth
er than Item
with U. S.
duo from u, 8.
paid In U00.000.00
Surplus fund . . 60,000.00
Undivided prortts . 27,159.33
Less current oxponsos,
lutnrest. and taxes
paid 12,771.46 14,387.87
outBtandlnar . . - 100,000.00
Net amounts due
to banks, bank
ers, and trust
(other than In
cluded In 31
or 32) fll.439.70
to check 579.137.77
deposit duo In
less than ' 30
than for mon
ey borrowed . . . 34.593.10
Cashiers checks -
outstanding .... 5.192.50
subjoct to ro
nfter 30 days,
or subject to 30 V
days or more
than for mon
ey borrowed . . 250.069. C5
Other tlmo de
United States do-
posit (othor than
War loan deposit
War savInKs de
account- 1.91C 34
posits of U. H.
iltsburslui; officers 1.000.00
Cash leters of
Credits and Trav
ouiitandlng .. 1,000.00 1,005,238,31
Total l, 200,626,18
i.iauiiiiieq ior ro
tlione with Ftuleral
Ht'Horvo bank (hoc
Itnm Id) 8,321,90
siiuo or iNonraHiui. county oi Lincoln sa.
I. R I.. Moormy. Cnahlor of the nbovo-
namod bunk, do aolomnly awour that
tho abov Btntoincfnt la truo to the beat
ot my unowioiittn nnd lienor.
P. Ia. MOONEY. Caahler.
RuliHorlboil nml Bworn to before ine,
.1.1.. ri . 1 . . . . . .. & . . . . . .i . . . '
Linn viii iiuy tit iuvoiniiur, uiit.
H. It. OOODMAN, Notary Public,
v. orrcct Attest:
R, P. SREHEItOP.n.
HAY C. IjANQFOHu,
JOHN J. IIAI.I.IOAN.
Nolko-ot Final ltonort.
Estuto No. 15C5 ot Caroline Tolltz
uocoaued In tho County Court ot Lln
coin County, Nebraska.
Tho Stato ot Nebraska, to all por
BotiB Interested in solid Estnto tako
nottco that tho exocutor hna filed a fin
al account and report ot his adminis
tration and a petition for final sottlo
niont and dlschargo as such, which
havo been sot for hearing beforo said
court on Dec. 0, 1918, at 9 o'clock a.
in., whon you may npponr and contost
Dated Nov. 5th. 1918.
WM. II. C. WOODIIUHST,
N12-20 County Judgo
Drive Away the
Chill With a
North Platte Light
& Power Co
DJl. TWINEJf 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 Halt Block North ot Postoflice.
A modern institution for the
cientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
. Geo. B. Dent M: D. V. Lucas, M. D.
J.B. RedfielilO. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
Bit. W. I. SHAFFEIl
E. of C. Building
NOltTII PLATTE, NEBIt.
Associated With Dr. Drost.
Wiy not wrlto your flro and cyclono
insurance itiiii ft rename company
who Invest tholr premiums In LIbcrtr
Bonds and pivo our county tho credit.
ece us for form nnd automobile rates
NEBUASKA REAL ESTATE CO.
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L . C . DROST,
North PlafTte, - - NebraaK.
Knights of Cokimbus Building.
GEO. B. BENT,
riisylcinn nnd Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Surgery
Office: Building & Loan IJulldlng
Phones: Offlco 130, Residence 115
W. E. FLYNN
Office over McDonald Bunk.
Offlco Phono llilO
Res. Phono 1120
DOCTOR B. T. QUiGLEI
Practice Limited to
Surgery nnd Jludluni Therapy
7S3 City National Bank Building.
Notice lo Creditors.
Estnto No. 1577 of Hattlo K. An
druss, deceased, In tho County Court
of Lincoln county. Nebraska.
Tho Stnto of Nebraska, s.s. Cred
ltnrs of said ostatn will tako notice
that the lima umuou ior presentation rue oiato 01 iNuuruanu, 10 uii jici
nnd nlingof claims against said os-, sons interested In said Estate tako no-
tato Is Fobruary as, liuu, nnu ior sot
tlomnnt of said estate is Octobor 19,
mm. Hint I will sit at tho county court
room In nld comity on Novembor 22,
inis nt n rrnincK a. m.. nnu on ruu
rinipv 9" 1919. nt 9 o'clock a. m. to
rocolvo. oxnmno, henr, allow, or nd
Just all claims ami ODjocuons amy
Wm. If. C. WOODHUKST.
022-4 County Juugo.
ALIJEHT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 B'elton Building
North Platte, Nebraska,
Hospital Phone Black 633.
House Phone Black -633
-Y. T. miTCHARD,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218, south Locust St.
one-half block southwest of the
Big Price tor Furs
I will commence buying
. muskrals November first. All
furs rvlll bo a hg price this
fall nnd ivlnter.
L. M. McCLARA,
My ono best reference Pm always
duted ahead Phono nt my expense
IX THE COUNTY COUKT OF LIN
COLN COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
In the Matter of the Estate of Wil-
Hiam R. Borders, Deceased, NOTICE.
To tho Creditors, Heirs and All
Porsons Interested in said Estate.
Notica Is hereby given that John
D. W". Lincoln filed his application
in this Court on the 1st day of Nftvem
bor, 1918, to secure a determination
of the time of the death of William It.
Borders, deceased, and of ills heirs,
degree of kinship and tho right ot
descent of tho real property belong
ing to said deceased, to-wit:
All ot Lots One (1), Two (2), Three
(3) and Four (4) of Block Thirteen
(13), Lots Five (5) and Si'x (6) of
Block Fourteen nnd Lots Five (5),
Six (G), Soven (7) and Eight (8) of
Block Fifteen (15), of Peale's Re-Plat
of Blocks Thirteen (13), Fourteen
(14) and Fifteen (15), of North Platte,
Lincoln County, Nebraska
and tn har all clnlims and demands
ncralnst said state wliether due or to
become due, actual or contingent; tfio
said petition alleging that the said
William u. Borders, deceased, tte-
parted this life Intestate on March 9,
1914, being at tho time of his deatn,
a resident of Sparta, Randolph Coun
ty Illinois and that his mother, Mary
A. Borders, inherited the title In fee
tn all nf the' nhovo described real
property and that tho petitioner here
in, John D. w. Lincoln, has acquir
ed the title In fee to all of said real
oronerty by a direct deed of convey
ance thoreor from tno neirs or sam
William R. Borders, deceased
That the said application will be
hoard before the County Court In the
Courthouse in tho City of North Platte
County of Lincoln and State ot Ne
braska, on th 2nd day of December,
IDiS, nt 9 o'clock a. In., at which time
any person Interested may appear and
show cause why tno prayer or saiu
petition should not be granted.
WM. H. C. WOOUHUKBT,
N12-N29 County Judgo
Notice . Is hereby given that by vir
tue of an order ot W. C. Dorsoy,
Judgo of the District Court of Phelptf
County, Nebraska, made on the first
day of October, 1918, in an action
pending in saiu court, wnerem' tienry
Swodoll, et al. are plaintiffs and Nora
Wilson, et al. are defendants, direct
Ing tho sale of the real estate here-
Jnaftor described, I will sell at the
fmnt door of tho court house in North
Platto. Lincoln County. Nebraska, at
I io oclock a. m. on thb 30th day of
November, 1918, at public salo for
cash to tho highest bidder, the follow
ing doscrlbed real estate, to-wlt: All
that portion of the south half (S) of
section twenty-six (26) In township
fourteen (14), In Lincoln County, Neb.
which lies south oftho right of way
of the Union Pacific Railroad, and
also the northwest (NW14) Quarter
of section thirty-flvo (35), In township
fourteen (14), an north, In range thirty-one
(31), west of the 6th P. M., in
Lincoln County, Nebraska; said land
to bo sold separately and said salo to
bo hold open for one hour.
Dated this 2Gth day of October, 1918
0285w G. NORBERG, Referee
"NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 06150
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Offlco at North Platto,
Nobr., Oct. 23, 1918.
Notiaa is hereby given that Jose
phine Hood, of North Platto, Nebr.,
who. on Seut. s, iui4, mauo Home
stead entry. No. 06150, for SEV1, Sec
tion 22. Township 10, N., Range 30 w-
6th Principal Meridian, has filed
IlOllco Ot liuunuuu 10 uume iuu iiiiuu
i'car Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, boforo tho Reg
ister and Recolvor, at North Platte,
Nebr.. on tho 29th day of Nov. 1918
Claimant names as wlttnesses: Ed
Harmar, Frnnk Parks, Ida Johnson
and Charles L,ucas, an or rsortn
0?5-5w E. J. EAMES. Register.
Nolico of Final Report
Estato No. 15G4, ot Thomas A.
SImants. deceased In tho County Court
of Lincoln County, Nohrnska.
- tico mat mo tuxecutrix hub juuu a unui
account and report of his ndmlnlstra
tlon and a petition for final settlement
and discharge as such, which has been
- sot tor nearinc noioro bimu uuuh uii
November 22. 1918. at 9 o'clock a. m.,
- when you may appear and contest, tho
uatea uct. -o, imo
WM. li. U. WUUUMUHbl'
029-3wks. county juago.
COL ED KIERIG,
General Fnrm Sales n Specialty.
Itcfcrcnces ami Dates at First
Xntlonul Hank, North Platte, Ncbr.
-lorell Keith Neville, Plaintiff
David Cash and Ellen L. Cash, and
the heirs, devisees, legatees and per
sonal representatives and against, an
porsons Interested In the estate ot
David Cash and Ellen L. Cash, do
coasod. and against tho unknown
owners nnd claimants of tho following
described land situato in Lincoln
County. Nebraska. Northeast Quarter
of Northeast Quarter and Lots2, 3
and 4 of Section 1, Township 13,
Rango 30.: East Half of Northeast
Quartor and Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Section
35, Township 14, Rango 30. Tho un
known heirs, devisees, or legatoesi of
Abram Wiley, deceased, unknown
heirs, devisees or legatees of Cynthia
T. Wiley, deceased, and the unknown
heirs, devisees or legatees or Frank
M. Wiley, deceased, and against tho
unknown owners or claimants ot the
following described laud situate in
Lincoln County, Nebraska, South half
of Northeast Quarter and Lots 1 atnT
of Section 4, Township 13, Range
30. George A. Hoagland, his heirs,
devisees, legatees, personal represen
tatives and unknown claimants of tho
following described land situated in
Lincoln County, Nebraska, South Half
ot Southeast Quartor, South Half of
Southwest Quarter of Section 12,
Township 13, Range 29. Defendants.
FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION.
To David Cash, Ellen L. Cash and
the heirs, devisees, legatees and per
sonal representatives and all porsons
Interested In the estate of David Cash,
deceased and Ellen L. Cash, deceased,
and tho unknown ovners and un
known claimants of tho following des
cribed land situato in Lincoln County,
Nebraska, to-wit: Northeast Quarter
of Northeast Quarter (NE& of NE&)
and Lots Two (2), Threo (3) and Four
(4) of Section One (1) Township
Thirteen (13), N. of Range Thirty
(30) and tho East Half of Northeast
Quarter (E of NE4) and Lots One
(1), Two (2) and Threo (3) of Section
Thirty-five (35), Township Fourteen
(14), N. of Range Thirty (30), Wast
Gth P. M. defendants.
You and each or you will tako notice.
that Moroll Keith Neville has com
menced an action in the District
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
against you and each of you tho ob
ject and prayer of which said petition
is to quiet title in plaintiff against
you and each of you in tho following.
described lands situate In Lincoln
County, Nebraska, to-wlt: Northeast
Quarter of Northeast Quarter (NE
of NEVi) and Lots Two (2), Threo (3)
and Four (4) of Section One (1),
Township Thirteen (13), Range Thir
ty (30), West Gth P. M. and East
Half of Northeast Quarter (E of
NE&) and Lots One (1), Two (2) and
Threo (3) of Section Thirty-Jive. (35),
Township Fourteen (14) Range Thir
ty (30), West 6th P. M. and to havo
decreed to him now and independent
tltlo by reason of adverse possession
of said described premises against
you by himself and his grantors,
SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION.
To Abram Wiley, Cynthia Wiley,
Frank M. Wiley and tho hoir3, idevi
soes, legatees and personal represen
tatives and all persons interested in
tho estate of Abram Wiley, deceased,
Cynthia T. Wiley deoeased and Frank
M. Wiley, deoeased, and tho unknown
owners and the unknown claimants
of tho following described lands sit
uate in Lincoln County, Nebraska, to
wit: South Half of Northeast Quar
ter (S of NE14) and Lots One (1)
and Two (2) of Section Four (4) in
Township Thirteen (13), Rango Thir
ty (30), West of the Gth P.M. defen
dants. You and each of you will take
notice that Morell Keith Neville has
commenced an action in tho District
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
agianst you and each ot 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 situato in Lincoln Coun
ty, Nobraska, to-wit: South Half of
Northeast Quartor (SYt of NEVi) and
Lots One (1) and Two (2) ot Section
Four (4), Township Thirteen (13)
Rango Thirty (30). West of the Gth
M. and to havo decreed in 'him
now and independent title by reason
or adverse possession of said describ
ed lands against you by himself and
THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION.
To George A. Hoagland and tho
heirs, devisees, legatoos and personal
representatives and all persons in
terested in tho estato of Goorgo A.
Hoagland, deceased, and the unknown
owners and unknown claimants of tho
following described lands situate in
Lincoln County, Nobraska to-wit:
South Half of Southeast Quarter (S14
of SEVi) and South Halt ot Southwest
Quarter (S of SWA) of Section
Twolve (12), Township Thirteen (13),
Jtango Twonty-nmo (2D), west ot the
Gth P. M. defendants.
You and each of you will take notice
that Moroll Keith Novlllo has com
menced an action In tho District
Court ot Lincoln County, Nebraska,
against you and each of you, tho ob
ject and prayer of which said petition
Is to quiet tltlo In plaintiff against you
nnd each of you In the following de
scribed lands situato in Lincoln Coun
tf, Nobraska, to-wlt: S6uth Half of
Southeast Quarter (S of SEU) and
South Halt of Southwest Quarter (S
of SW'K) of Section Twelve (12),
Township Thlrtcon (13). Rango Twen-ty-nlno
(29), west of tho Gth P. M.
and to havo decrcod In him now and
Independent tltlo by reason of ad
vorso possession of said djescribod
promisos against you by himself and
You nnd oach of you will mako
answer horeln on or beforo the 9th
day of December, 1918, or your do
faults will bo. taken nnd Judgment
takon and entered against you ns In
said petition prayed.
MORELL KEITH NEVILLE,
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