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FRIDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1910.
SOME FACTS ABOUT TUB
NORTH PLATTE SUR-STATION
Tho Nebraska legislature In session
In 1902 and 1903 appropriated $15,000
for the establishment of a branoli sta
tlon of tho University of Nobraska for
tho purposo of gaining accurato sci
entific knowledge that would assist
In developing tho wostorn part of No
braska and other regions having simi
lar agricultural conditions.
In carrying out the provisions of
this bill tho Dourd of Hcgonts of the
University selected this site lying
three miles south of tho city of North
t'hitto. This land was purchased
Jointly by state appropriations and do
nations of citizens of North Pint to and
tho surrounding vicinity. Tho pur
chaso prlco was about $15,000. The
present market value of tho land,
stripped of unusual improvements,
Isabout $90,000, or six times tho pur
chase prico. Tho Improvements,
and live stock havu a value of about
$110,000, making tho value of the en
tire plant about $200,000.
Tho farm Is composed of 1920 acres
lying In a rectangular form, with a
frontage on tho north of ono and ono
lialf miles and a dopth of two miles
north and south. There aro about 280
acres of bench land lying In tho valloy
and 1G0 acres of lovol tablo land. Tho
romalndor 1b chlolly pasture land, al
though thoro aro Bovoral tracts of 40
acros or loss lovol land In tho pas
tures. Tho station forco -consists of two
or three technical mon and from ten
to twenty others, such aB clork, fore
man, hordsmen, tcamstors, etc. Thoro
aro now eight famllios on tho farm.
Tho station Is always short of slnglo
mon, although married men aro al
ways available when thoro aro houses.
Tho livo stock on tho farm now
number? about 175 cattle, 275 hogs and
It is not tho purposo to run this as
modol farm or as a monoy making
onterprlso.although tho plan Is to mako
n dollar whorovor practicablo with
out Interfering with tho purpose of the
Btatlon. Tho monoy received irom
Bales goes through tho stato treasury
into the station account for further
use. Tho sales last year amounted to
It lias been tho aim of tho station to
study tho problems that seem most
Important in tho development of this
roglon. Tho llrst of thosd pertains to
crop production kinds and varieties
of grain and forngo crops, methods of
tllago, crop scquonce, soil moisture,
tc; tho second to tho marketing of
tho products of tho soil through live
'Atopic hogs, cattle, horses, sheep and
poultry; tho third to pdrmauont homo
building as Influenced by troos, shrubs,
llowors, fruits, efc, Tho ovidenco of
this work you sco about ypu.
This was the first station to take up
"tho Investigation of soil moisture In
the Great Plain area In an cxtenslvo
way. Tho publications of this Btatlon
on noil moisture laid the foundation for
the lntor studies along that lino
througout this country and wore used
in several rqrelgn countries. This
"work has established moro or loss
doflnltcly tho limitations and merits of
strictly so-callod dry farmers methods
For exnmplo, tho amount of niotbture
that may bo stored, the depth to which
lUwill penetrate and tho effect of this
on-.thn succeeding crop aro fairly woll
established. Theso rosults havo not
slTown that Biimmor tilling the land
oach nltornato year lu profitable, al
though tho ylold may bo greatly In
creased. Tho results havo shown thai
unusually (loop tillage has no morlt.
tin short, tho data Indicates that thcro
is in one euro-all for all tho risks In
crop production und that tho best in
surance la livo Btoclc that will con--Bumo
profitably tho product of tho land
whothor that bo a bountiful crop of
golden corn or tho dry buffalo grass
jon ,iho burnt pralrlo
.... Variety tests In tho main havo boon
negative, indicating that tho old ac
climated strains aro moro productive
than thoso grown farthor oast or touth
Occasionally a ntruln has boon intro
duced that slightly outylclds tho form
Model No. 10
Single Tub M
Hill Model often tin
hounewlfe the druntaac,
ot tlx moTblo wlnjlng
wringer without lha
bench equipment of other
model). Wuhcr tub it
exactly the ame u thtt
tued on other model
lita all modern Improre.
menta, lilectrlo motor I
troublcproot w!U not
"burn out." Wrlneer
iwinct to tnr potltlon and
tiaa Safety Quick Releaao
feature. Tub la equipped
with ' apec!al adjiutablo
casters which permit of
railing or lowerkur to
A WaBhor that that will suit you
Monday. A Washer that ia famouB
Washer made for
iff i 'mz$amrr
WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR
ENTIRE LINE OF
Including over a hundred different designs in new antTup-to-dato
chandeliers, AT THE ACTUAL COST OF BUILD
ING THEM. This saves you all profits and gives you "your
fixtures at half what you can buy them for anywhere else
You cannot afford to miss this last chance of buying
at greatly reduced prices. COME IN EARLY WHILE THE
LINE IS COMPLETE and you have a good selectionwe
guarantee that both prices and quality will please you
greatly. OUR DISPLAY ROOMS ARE OPEN EVENINGS
ALL THIS WEEK.
The Electric Fixture and
Supply Company , . . .
Corner Oth and Vine Streets. Korth Platte, Nebraska.
oT kinds, but theso differences have
not been surprisingly great. It has
been Bhown conclusively that the
farmer cannot afford to sow train
broadcast, but should ubo a press
drill. The results have shown con
clusively that tho earlier spring grain
ia seoded tho greater will bo tho ro
turn. The loss sustained by tho growth
of weeds using water that the- crop
should havo has been clearly demon
strated. In experimenting with live stock
this station has been a pioneer in
studying tho cost and methods of pro
ducing pork on alfalfa pasture and
grain. It has boon tho first to mako
an cxtenslvo study of tho cost of pro
ducing tho fifty pound shoat and the
cost of wintering tho brood, sow'. Fow,
If any other, stations havo done- as
much experimental work in relation
to methods of feeding alfalfa liny to
hogs. Tho station bulletins, aro used
In cho class rooms of many, of our
leading unlvorsltles. Tho data so
cured whoro wheat and corn wore
compared ns a fattening ration nhow
that tho farmer can mako money by
soiling his corn at about $2.00 and
foodlng his wheat at tho government
Tho work of growing trees Jias
shown that tho falluro of tho troo
claim act was chlolly duo to lacTc of
knowledge of varieties and methods of
growing, wo do not mean that trees
may bo grown In largo areas profitably
on our tablo lands, but Chat talrly
profitable and attractive groves might
havo resulted In this region if the
proacnt knowledge had boon available
when tho treo clnlm net became opera-! several of the road3 refuse all slilp
tlvo. I meuts. Blanket grain shipment per-
Tho growth ot shrubs, small fruits mits havo beon cancelled and the
and flowering plants shows that ns at-1 shipments under individual permits
tractlvo a homo may be established: on aro being hold at 3inall towns adja
tho westorn Nobraska pralrlo an in cont to Omaha to avoid congestionvln
tho eastern part of tlio state. The tho vards here. Similar regulations
Browing of apples may or may not nave ueon piaceu m ouect at an .tcr
ho profitable Chorries and plums mlnal markets. j .
ylold abundantly with no irrigation. With tho throshlng season at its
"Strawberries vlold bountifully If Ir-
rlgaf.od. Somo other small fruits do
-'."- ' .
Among tho shrubs tho splroa.honoy-
' - . . . I
Bucklo, mock orange, flowering nl
mond, lilac, buck thorn and many oth
ors do finely. Among tho perrcnlal
flowering plants thoro aro many that
havo provon hardy and bloom pro
fusely. This seems to bo tho natural
homo of tho peony and tho tulip.
Tho encouraging feature or all this
work Is that no sooner has tho station
established tho valuo of any practice
or thing than tho progressive farmers
havo mndo It a part of tholr common
farm practice. Tho othor farmers
gradually fall In lino nnd another step
in the lino of progress hns been taken.
Tlnso stops of progress aro nmpio To
wards for tho sorvlco performed by the
University ot Nobraska, North Platto
Tho Roxall handles the goods. tt
Eatrayod July 29th from tho farm
of Dayo Llndormuth, near BIgnoll. ono
sorroll horso, 5 years old, weight 1100,
strlpo In faco, wlro cut on right hind
foot. Anyono having Information of
nnlmal phono 2431, Muxwoll, or ad-
dross Davo Llndormuth, Maxwell. G9-2
Choice of Women Who Know
because 50,000 Ilouswlvoa uso It ovory
for what it DOES. Thoro ia no better
your sorvlco. It la slmplo, strong and
B AiitnMAtir. World-Famousl
durable. Washoo and wrings by power. 4 great models
uttachos to any electric light sockot guaranteed.
Two Valuable Books FREE
Two complete booka of formulas on
washing and dry cleaning. Call and
NORTH PLATTE LIGHT St
LEADERS TRY TO HEAD
OFF STAMPEDE OF UNION'S
A Washington dispatch says "Re
turns aro now being received by Fed
eration of Labor officials In the strike
voto now being taken from five hun
dred thousand rnllroad shoomen.
Complete returns are not expected to
bo available until Saturday.
Olflclals of the national I'nlons are
now tiylng to head off the stampedo
of 'ocal unions who, disregarding
their orders, have gone out on a strike.
Many local unions, In various parts of
tho country", ordered a walkout con
trary to tho Federation of Labor prin
It wns also stated here that tho sug
gcstlon made by President Wilson, for
settling tho railroad troubles, were un
satisfactory and that tho . workers
Would not bo content with them. Tho
men want President Wilson to urge
congress to mako necessary appropri
atlons that will mean a wage increase
up to as high as forty per cent. It Is
stated in this connection that evon tho
engineers, firemen and conductors
should havo another Increaso in pay."
Strike Effects Oiunhn Shipment.
Yeetnrdoya Dnaha Reo said: Strik
ing railroad shopmen havu practically
tle.l up nil freight shipments, excont
porishable goods, scheduled in and out
of Omaha. Tno Union Pacific, Bur
lington and Great Western ure the only
Omaha roads not affected by the
Orain and live stock shipments to
Omaha pr.e far below normal and
Height It Is feared unless relief: is
.1 1 s ...fit i
aecureu lmmtauuuiy iiirmora wm miv
to (jult tnrosning. urain now Doing
i . . i i x J. I . . . 1
nauieu io uiuvuiurs m rurai cuinmum
tics will soon tako nil of the avail
ablo storage spaco and unless It can
bo moved to terminal elevators they
wll havo to coso.
Always try The Rexall first," It
Taken up by, tho undersigned on
section 23-13-30 who there resides,
on or about April 15, 1919, a black
horso, weight about 1000 pounds,
about ten years old, no brands dis
tinguishable. Owner call, provo
property, pay charges and take ani
mal awny. SCOTT REYNOLDS;
North Platte, ttob
Estrayed from pasture
southeast of Hershey on
t"" "V "..,u" o
year old, dark brown In color. Roward
for Information leading to recovery.
Andy Olson, North Platto, Phono
Dll. HAROLD A. FENNER
Announces his discharge from milit
ary service and the establishment of
his office over Illrschfold's Clothing
Phones: Office 333. Res. Red 8G6.
DOCTOlt C. A. SEIjBY
Pliyslcinn nnd Surgeon
Office over Rcxnll Dmr Store
Offlco Phouo 371. House 106S
Notico to Creditors.
Estato No. 1674 of Albert Cpolldgo, de
ceased, in the County Court of Lin
coin County, Nebraska.
The Stato of Nebraska, bs. Creditors
of Bald ostato will tako notico that tho
tlmo llmltod for presentation and filing
oinims against the said estate Is Do-
combor 5th, 1919, and for settlement
of said ostato Is August 1st, 1920. that!
I will Bit at tho county court room In
Bald county, on Soptembor 5th, 1919,
at 10 o'clock a, m. and on Decembor
5th, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., to re
colvo, exnmlne, hear, allow, or ad
WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
Notico of Petition.
instate NO. 1670 Ot J. C. PenUlnctnn
doceasod in tho county court of Lin
cohi county, Nebraska.
um Hiaie oi woDrasKa, to all persons.!
miv.-0i:u m 8aiu estato taico notico you answer sold petition on our be
that a petition has bnnn filari fn tun t,n oa a.. i cnnnmvnn mm
appointment of Harloy, L. Ponnlng
iuu uo uuuiuuBiruiur oi saiu estato,
which has beon sot for hearing herein
on. August 22d, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m.
uaieu jtuy 25th, 1919.
Wm. H. O. WOODHURST,
NOTICE TO THE FUBLIC.
..Wc, tho undersigned dentists of
North Plnttc, will close our offices
every Thursday afternoon nntll Oc
tober 1st, 1910.
ir. c imflCK,
A. L. LANE,
R. E. 310RRILL,
L. J. KHAUSE,
II. E. MITCHELL,
0. II. CRESSLER,
W. F. CROOK.
. Dlt. REDFIEIjD
Cnlls Promptly Answered Night or Dnj
Phone Office (112 Residence 70 .
DERRTBERRI & FORBES.
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day phone 41
Night phono Black 588
Notice to Creditors
Estate No. 1G67 of Cyrus C. Parsons,
deceased, In the County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, ss: Credit
ors of said estate will take notice that
the tlmo limited for presentation nnd
filing of claims against said estate is
November 20th, 1919, and for settle
ment of Bald estate is July 17th, 1920;
that I will sit at the county court room
in said county, on August 20th, 1919
ot 9 o'clock a. m., and on November
20th. 1919. at 9 o'clock a. m. to re
ceive, examine, hear, allow, or ad
just all claims and objections duly
(SEAL) WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
j22al6 County Judge
Notice of Hearing.
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Spies, deceased, In tho County
Court of Lincoln County, Nobraska.
State of Nebraska, County of Lin
To all persons Interested in the es
tate of Charles Spies, deceased, both
creditors and heirs, take notice that
on tho day of July, 1919, Amelia
M. Spies, filed her petition In the
County Court of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, setting forth that Charles Spies
died on the 22nd day ot December,
1899, leaving his last Will and Testa
ment, that at tho time of his death, ho
was a resident and Inhabitant of
Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Coun
ty, Iowa, that said last will and testa-i
ment was duly probated in tho probate
Court of Pottawattamie County, Iowa,
and was possessed of tho following
described real estate in Lincoln Coun
ty, Nebraska, to-wlt: The N1 of Sec
tion 11, Township 15, Range 26 West
of the 6th P. M.; that Amelia M.
Spies Is the sole beneficiary under
tho last will and testament of Charles
Spies, decased, which said will was
admitted, to probate in the District
Court of Pottawattamie County, Iowa,
on tho 26th day of Februrary, 1900,
and duly probated in said court.
You aro further notified that the
petition prays tho court to fix a tlmo
and place of hearing ,pn said petition,
that notice of said time and place be
given to all persons Interosted in said
estates, both creditors and helri and
for the court to determine the time of
tho death of the Bald deceased, that
ho died testate leaving a last will and
testament, was duly probated la the
Probato Court of Pottawattamie Coun
ty, Iowa, and that said will bo admit
ted to probate In Lincon County, Ne
braska; that under said will the title
to the above described land descended,
freo and clear of all debts to the peti
You aro further notified that said
matter will be heard before the Coun
ty Court on the 15th day of August,
1919. at 9 o clock a. m... when any
person may appear, object or contest
WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants.
Mary Ann Craig, Valley Loan &
Trust Company, and the Northeast
Quarter of Section 18, Township 13
Rnnge 32 west of the 6th P. M. L.tn
coin County, Nobraska, and all per
sons claiming any interest of any Kind
in said real estato or any part thereof
T. Wilcox and John J. Halllgan, plain-
tiffs In a certain action, wherein tho
said Wesley T. Wilcox and John J.
Halllgan aro plaintiffs nnd you and
oach of you aro defendants, filed their
petition in tho District Court ot tho
13th Judicial District in and for Lin
coin County, Nebraska, against you
and each of you, the object and prayer
of said action bolng to quiet plain
tiffs' title to tho NEW of Section 18
Township 13, Range 32 west ot tho
6th P. M. In Lincoln County, Ne
braska. Plaintiffs seek to havo their
title nuleted against a certain mortg
ago upon tho above described real
ostato executed by James C. Alex
ander and wife to tho Lombard In
vestment Company on July 13th, 1889
which mortgnge is recorded In book
9 of mortgages page 320 of tho real
estate records of Lincoln County, No
braska, which mortgage was after
wards assigned to the defendant
Mary Ann Craig, which said assign
ment is filed of record in book 27
page 575 real estato records of Lin
coin County, Nobraska.
logo that said mortgage has ben paid
nnd that tho samo Is barred by the
Statutes of Limitations of the Stato ot
Nebraska, plaintiffs also seek to quiet
- their title against the claim of Valley
ranty deed oxecutod by Samuel Corn
measor and wife dated December 19
1892 and recorded In book "L" of
deeds pago 461 real estate rpcords of
Lincoln County, Nebraska; plaintiffs
' nlon nl1n, l,nt- tlmo Unva ofimilui
- ; new independent title to said real
estate by adverse possession.
You aro further notified that unless
- ; Judgmont will bo rendered against
. WESLEY T. WILCOX and JOHN
By Halllgan, Beatty & Halllgan, their
See "Clinton & Son'
about your Eyes and
satisfied. Son is over on
the Rhine, will be homo. .soon. Sign ot
tho pig Rlngy j
JOHN'S. SIMMS? M. D.
Sttocinl Attention Given to
McDonald Bank Building
Offlco Phono 83 Residence 83
DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEY
Practice Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
72S City National Bank Building.
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building
North Platto. Nebraska.
THE TWINEM HOSPITAL,
1008 WEST FOURTH STREET,
North Platto, Nobr.
For the troatmont of Medical, Surgical
and Obstetrical Cases. A place
where tho sick aro cared for bo as to
bring about normal conditions in the
easiest, most natural and scientific
Phone 110. North Platte, Neb.
Office over McDonald Bank.
Office Phono 1136 Ros. Phono 1126
Hospital Phone Black 633.
House Phono Black 633
W. T. PMTCHARD,
Elht years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218, south Locust St.
one-half block southwest of the
Taxi and Livery
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Phono 90S. Black 398
Notico of Petition.
Estato No. 1682 of Gust Katsanos,
deceased in tho county court of Lin
coin county, Nebraska.
The state of Nebraska, to all persons
Interested in said estate tako notico
that a petition has been filed, for the
aDDOlntmont of John Mastores as ad
mlulstrator of said estate, which has
been set for hearing on -August 22,
1919 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Dated July 22, 1919.
WM H. C. WOODHURST,
J29-3W County Judge.
To Amanda Seward, and if dead, her
heirs, devisees, legatees, or personal
representatives and all other persons
interested In her estate: Samuel
Pough, and if dead, his heirs, devisees
legatees, or personal representatives
and all other persons Interested In
tho estato of Samuel Peugh, deceased
Mariah Hartley, and if dead, her heirs
devisees, legatees or personal rep
resentatives and all other persons In
terested In her estate; Lillie M. Rich
ards, and if dead, her heirs, devisees
legatees, or personal representatives
and all other person Interested In her
estatoj and tho unknown heirs, de
vlaees, legatees, or personal repre
sontatlves and all other persons In
terested In tho estate of Josephine
Scanlon, deceased, The Southwest
Quarter of Section 14, Townshlpl2
Range 31 Lincoln County, Nobr., and
all person claiming any Interest of
any kind In said real estate or any
part thereof, defendants.
You and each of you tako notico that
on the 25th day of Juno, 1919, J. L
Demlng as plaintiff filed his petition
ngalnst you in the district court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska, alleging
that he Is tho absolute owner In fee
simple of tho following described
land In Lincoln County, to-wlt:
Tho Southwest Quarter of Section
Fourteen, Township Twelve. Range
Thirty-one, Lincoln County, Nobraska
Holding the samo by good ind suf
ficient record tltlo and by reverse,
open, notorious, continuous, unlnter
rupted, exclusive, hostile, possession
by himself and his Immediate gmntors
for more than ten years prior to tho
commencement of said action. Tho
objoct and prayer of said petition Is to
obtain a decree decreeing nnd con
firming -plaintiff 's title in fee simple
to said land, and every part thereof
and quieting said tltlo In plaintiff as
against the defendants and each and
all of them and forever barring and
excluding and perpetually enjoining
tho defendants and each and all of
them from over claiming any right,
tltlo to, or Interest in or Hen upon the
said land or any part thereof of any
kind or nature either in law or equity
and for general equitable relief.
You and each of you are required to
answer or plead to said petition In
said court on or before Monday, tho
25th day of August, 1919, or the alle
gatlons ot said petition will bo taken
as truo and a decree entered accord
J. L. DEMING.
By D. P. WEST, Attorney. J15a
Notice of Petition.
Estate No. 1683 ot Laura A. Bergman,
deceased, In the County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska. To all per
sons interested In said estato take
notico that a petition has boon filed
for tho nppolntment of John W. Berg-
mau aa administrator of said estate
which has beon set for hearing on
August 22, 1919, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Dated July 28. 1919.
(SEAL) WM. IL C. WOODHURST.
One Hall Block Nortb ot Postoflice.
A modern institution for tha
cientlfic treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement casti.
Completely .quipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent M. D. V. Lncas, M. D.
J.B. Redfie!d,M.D. J,S. SIMMS, M.D.
DBS. STATES & STATES
5, 0, 7 Building & Loan Building.
Office Phono 70 Res. Phono Rod 1009
GEO. B. DENT,
Phsjlclan and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Surgery
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Offlco 130, Residence 115
Office Phone 340 Rea. Black 376
Belton Bldg. North Platte, Neb.
Phono for Appointments.
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROS T,
North Platte, Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
$12 for Horse Hides.
KILL YOUR OLD PLUGS
AND GET MONEY FOR
TENTS AWNINGS COVERS
North Platte Tent
and Awning Co.
109 Wcst'sVtfl Street
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
AUTO CURTAINS AUTO TOPS
General Farm Sales a Speclnlty.
References nnd Dates at First Na
tional Bank, North Platte, Neb.
In tho District Court of Lincoln Coun
ty Nobraska. Ruth E. Winget, Plain
tiff, vs. Helen C. Ross, Ethel M.
Winget, Charles H. Winget and
Charles Ross, Defendants.
Notico of Snlo in Partition.
Notico 1b hereby given, that in pur
suance of a decree of the District
Court, made and entered In tho above
entitled action on the 31st day of
May, 1919, tho undersigned referee
duly appointed in said cause and hav
ing taken the oath prescribed by law,
and having given tho bond, provided
by law and the Court, and which was
duly approved by tho Court, I, O. E.
Elder, tho said referee, will offer at
public auction at tho oast front door
of tho court house of tho county of
Lincoln, In tho Btato of Nebraska, to
tho highest bidder for cash in hand
tho following described property by
said decree ordered to be sold, to-wit:
L.ot three (3) in Block sixty-nine (09)
in tho city of North Platte, Lincoln,
Said salo will be held, and said prop
erty offered for sale as aforesaid at 2
o'clock p m on tho 16th dav of Aug
Dated this 12th day of July, 1919.
O. E. ELDER.
Notice to Non.ResIdcut.
To Nicholas Adamy, non-resident de
You aro hereby notified that on the
4th day of February, 1919, Ellon Ad
amy filed her petition against you in
tho District Court of Lincoln County,
Neb., tho object and prayer of which Is
to obtain a divorce irom you on tho
grounds of extreme cruelty, in this,
that y,ou aro of sufficient ability and
being a strong able bodied man of
good health, and that you havo gross
ly and wantonly failed and neglected
to support tho plaintiff and her two
minor children since tho 13th day ot
December, 1916, and for the custody of
the minor children tho issue ot said
marriage, to-wit: Josephlno M. Adamy
age 4 years and Wyno A. Adamy ago 2
years, for alimony and suit money, in
cluding a reasonable attorney fee.
You aro required to answer this pe
tition on or beforo tho 14th day of Sep
ELLEN ADAMY, Plaintiff.
By Halllgan, Beatty & Halllgan,
Her Attorneys. J28a22
County Judge. July 22 A 15
J29al5 County Judge.
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