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Dy JACK LAWTON
(Copyright. 19. Wmtern Newnpnpir Union)
Jerome Bnrrls In the hour of his
grent success was hut a disillusioned,
disappointed man. Still young, and
having won tlio golden key to favor, he
drew back wearily before those doom
It might open.
During his years of struggle and
need none of these friends, who now
so eagerly strove to share his triumph,
had made nn effort to Htrctch forth n
helping hand. Even the girl whom he
had so deeply loved and who had pro
fessed to return his love had grown
weary waiting and had heartlessly
jilted him for an acknowledged man
erf the business world.
Now that the dream of Jerome Har
ris was realized he smiled cynically at
this samo woman's proffered notes of
reconciliation his former love had be
come a widow, but her charm for him
hnd vanished before her Insincerity,
and all thrs superficial adulation now
wearied him. lie longed to get away
from It, to got back to a certain spot
which had often been his refuge.
To Harris this small pjace, with the
sea stretching out before, was home,
his one sure haven.
It was here that his great picture
was born the picture which had won
for him fame and fortune. Years ago,
when his heart was sore with Its dis
appointment, ho had gone, after read
ing the announcement of the otic girl's
marriage, to the seclusion of this little
house, thero to shut out from curious
eyes his deep hurl. And when at sun
down ho sat upon the tiny porch a boat
had come drifting down ti golden beam
toward hltn. And In the boat sat a very
young girl. Unbound, her golden hair
rippled over her shoulders, and her up
raised face was glorified In Uio light.
Barrls called his great picture
Impulsively ho had called her as she
drifted by, and had run down to draw
her boat In to the shore. The girl, who
was perhaps fourteen or fifteen years
of age, acceded readily to his request
that sho pose thus again for n picture.
"I'll make the arrangement with
your people," Harris suggested.
"I have no people," the girl told him,
and as she went on with the strange
story of her own llfo ho knew what
had brought the shadow to her young
eyes. She .had been washed to the
shore In a boat tossing upon a stormy
Hen before she was old enough to re
member nnythlng about It. A man and
woman found drowned later were
thought to have been her pnrcnts, hut
she had never known. A fisherman find
ing the child carried her to hlswlfo
who had befriended her, until as the
girl grew and tho wife became an In
valid tho charge was transferred.
They callod her "Dawn," the girl
told hltn blushlngly, because It had
been nt dawn that the fisherman found
And as days passed and Dawn came
to poso for tho artist he learned more
and more of tho hard Incongruity of a,
young llfo which longed for great
things and must bo satisfied with com
mon duties. Dawn's heart was full
of music nnd her mind yen rued for
, When upon his return Inter from the
city Harris learned from his old house
keeper that Dawn's Invalid charge had
died ho sent nt onco for the girl and
hade her inula' her home In his house
on tl.e shore, arranging passage for
her to and from a school In tho adjoin
ing village and finding her a music
teacher there. Then In the absorbing
occupation of his city studio tho nttlst
forgot about the Httlo girl, who never
ceased to think of him wlUi-mveront
Harris, long absent from the house
by tho sen, nought It out again nfler
one of his trips abroad ,und learned
from tho old housekeeper that his
protege bad secured a position as
teacher in u near-by vitiligo and left
word that he would hear from her later,
Tho artist smiled nnd frowned. "Sho
should have allowed me to complete
her education," he said. Then his
pleased eyes fell upon the Inviting fur
nishing of his beloved old room.
"You keep the plnce up well," he
commended his housekeeper.
"Thnt's Dawn," the woman replied
"sho comes out hero and sees that
things Is all new an' convenient 'Wo
must keep It luuno for him,' she
After thnt came to tbo artist regu
larly small checks In tho nniae of tho
vlllago bank, with notes In a girlish
"Of course I can never repay what
you hnve uono for trio," wrdto Dawn
"thin Is Just to assure myself that
would If I could,"
And at length, wearied by labor and
surfeited with flattering attentions
came to Harris a longing wish for the
restful house by the shore. And when
he ranched, It (it sundown", sailing again
aqross tho gnUlen water toward him,
Came the girl who had mado Ids gro,at
picture. Standing on the sands at nor
sldo ho told her so,
"You speak- of repaying your dobt
to me," said Harris. "My dear girl I
do you realize thut It Is-' I who tun In
debted to you? for my success, for
the very comfort of home, for a belief
In truth and goodness which hnd al
most forsaken mo? Why, you have
gfven to mo ovory good gift save hap
"And I wish I might glyo you that,"
"I hope I believe that you will,"
Barrls A answered softly, and thoy
leeked Into each other's eyes.
HORSES IN ANCIENT BATTLE
Seem to,Have Bsen Little Used Except
ts Carry the Infantry Into
In the old days when the Romans
and Oreeks fought furlong battles, the
charioteer drove tholr cars In nil
directions, hurled tholr Jnvallns, and
by the din and clntter of horses
nnd wheels commonly threw the
ranks of the enemy Into disorder,
nnd. making their wny among the
squadrons of the enemy's cavalry,
leaped down from tholr chariots and
fought on foof. The charioteers then
withdrew. Utile by little, from the light,
mid placed their cluirlots In such a wny
that If they were hard pressed
ihoy could readily retreat to their own
side. Thus In bnttle they afforded the
mobility of cavalry with the steadi
ness of infantry. Dally prurtlco en
abled them to pull up their horses nt
full speed when on a steep slope, or
to run out on the polo and stand on
the yoke, and to get nimbly back Into
Wllh (he Introduction of cavalry
In the lator Iron age came larger
horses, but their use for this pur
pose seems to have been restricted
to Isolated areas. There Is no doubt
thnt tho west German tribes, as
late us the campaign of Caesar In
Gaul, used only tho shaggy pony. It
Is said In cavalry actions they held It
disgraceful and slothful to use any
kind of saddle, and Instead of charg
ing In squadrons they dismounted and
fought on foot. As far as England Is
concerned, the art of riding seems to
have been Introduced by tho Normans.
The Saxons appear to have been but
GIVES CAT PALM OF WISDOM
Writer In California Newspaper Cornea
Forward With Loud Praise 4
of Houcehold Pet.
It Is often a subject for discussion
as to which Is the wisest animal.
Some say It Is the dog and some are
In favor of the' horse, while scientists
nppear to think It Is the elephnnt.
We beg to differ with all these
views. We do nnteven agree to tho
movemont In certain quarters to give
tho palm for wisdom to the fox. To
our mind the wisest animal that lives
Is the cat. And, If It goes to thnt, we
are willing to have It further known
thnt of all animals wo like tho cat
A cat is so wise that It succeeds In
not letting us know how wlso It really
Is. If you will he friendly with cnts-
nnd thnt's an easy thing to do you
will be astounded at their wisdom. And
you could not Imagine how affectionate
a cat can also be.
Thero Is an old yellow cnt up In the
Verdugo hills that wo wouldn't trade
for all the dogs and horses nnd ele
phants outside of Rarnum's circus.
When tho last of his nine lives de
parts from the enrth those mountains
will be n very lonely place for us. Los
For Success In Business.
Wealth Is, after all, only what Is
produced by us, either by mental or
physical labor. It stands to reason,
therefore, that If n man would become
rich In this world's goods, or In knowl
edge of things or men, he must work
hard and long to acquire such knowl
edgo and skill. And he will be reward
ed in proportion to his work. Despite
a lucky stroke occasionally hero and
there In a man's life, I am a firm be
liever In tho motto thnt nothing really
conies by chanco to a man which Is of
much value beyond tho ordinary.
Success has usually been prepnred
for, striven for, helped onward by his
own Innate nullity, work, or tact In
ways tho exterior world often failed
to recognize. Hard work Is tbo best
friend any man ovor embrnced.
I would say to all youthful beginners
In business that business Is like tho
land the. more you put IntQ. It tho
more you will get out. If you put
nothing In, you will get precious Httlo
out; If you tend It In desultory fash-
Ion, you can only expect nn Indifferent
hnrvest, if any nt nil. Exchange.
Where Is Teschen?
This Is tlio latest breakfast-table
problem. Although the town hns fig
tired prominently In European history
nt various Mines for over a century,
Lloyd George had to confess, when It
was mentioned at tho peace confer
enco, thut he did not know exactly
where It was situated.
Nor was ho alone In his lack of
knowledge It Is doubtful If one per
son In fifty would bo able to give you
any Information about tho town
' And yet it wns onco tho scone of n
great peace conference that of 1770,
when Vergennes, tho foreign minister
of Frnnce, arranged the peace of
Teschen, thereby avoiding a great Eu
ropcan war, and also, tn nil probabil
lty, fiecurlng the Independence of tho
A darUy was unloading horses and
when he had the halter hanks of six
hbrse ho stnrted up tho road toward
.camp and the stables. Just beforo en
tering cninp tho road turned sharply
to the right; In fact, It made a right
migle with 11h previous course.
At this point tho darky with his six
halter banks experienced some dltll
cutty In getting all the horses to mnko
tho turn and ho was heard to shout:
'llere, what's tho matter with you
nil? Don't you nil know how to make
4 turn to dn right? Number one pivot j
Pivot' dnr on do right." Pittsburgh
1 FIDO, JR. I
I By MARGARET L. AHERN 1
(Copyright, 1310. by the Mi Uure News-
paper Hynun-iue i
Kor the third consecutive day Mur-
Jorle 11 II 1 spent 15 minutes of her noon
hour gazing covetously In the .store
window. And for the third time Lieu
tenant Dan Taylor, lunching nlone at
his club across the street, watched her
with growing curiosity.
Dan, tin proud possessor of two gold
service stripes and a wound strlpo,
was feeling rather bored after liH
strenuous activities of the past year.
This slate of affairs was possibly Hue
to the fact thut there had been no girl
walling for him "over here." Ills In
terest wns aroused now for life first
time since his return home.
if n wns-a fur coat she was looking
nt so earnestly," ho soliloquized, "or u
nlntinum bracelet watch, or a rose-
colored evening gown I could under
tand It. Hut It's a bird and animal
store. I wonder If It's a parrot or a
canary she wants?"
While he watched the girl went In
side the store. Dan hastily paid his
nieal check and hurried ncross th
street. He, In turn, stared In the vlh
dow at the miscellaneous assortment
On one side some tiny white mice
were huddled In a squirming heap in
a cnge. "No gjrl In her right mind
would even look at those things," wns
the lieutenant's sarcastic comment.
On tie other side of the window two
white, curly-haired dogs frisked
around. "Innne pups," muttered Dan.
"She doesn't look like the kind 'of a
girl who would carry one of those Joy
In the center of the window was an
Iron cage, and presently Its occupant
a small but very fut Hoston terrier
was thrust In unceremoniously. The
girl Inside the store leaned over to
piny wltliMtlm for a moment, and Dan
had a delightful glimpse of rosy cheeks
and brown eyes. When she left Dan
followed her through the noonday
crowd until she entered n large bank
A few minutes later the president of
tho bank was shaking hands Joyfully
with the lieutenant. "It surely does
mnko your old uncle glad to see you
again, Danny," he said, "nnd If there's
anything at all I can do for you"
Ills offer was accepted with suspi
cious alacrity. Dan explained glibly
that he wanted to look over the con
tents of his safety deposit box, and
since his right arm was still lame, pos
sibly he .could have the assistance of
one of the clerks. For answer his
uncle pressed a button beside his desk.
young woman appeared almost Im
mediately. Dan, maneuvering to a po
sition back of her, frantically sig
naled to his uncle. The latter, hiding
a, smile, dismissed his efficient em
ployee with some casual Instructions,
nnd asked her to send Mlss'UllI to
Mis Hill proved to be the girl of
the bird store. From her demure blush
as she acknowledged the introduction
to the eager lieutenant, lie suspected
that sho recognized him. It was ar
ranged thnt she should work with
Dan that afternoon at least; but lie
made haste to assure his uncle that
the clipping of Innumerable, coupons
.would probably necessitate another full'
During the afternoon a minimum of
business wns transacted, by Dan and
his acting secretary. However he
found Ume to tell her of the big ken
nels nt his country place, and or his
favorite pet, tho ugly-looking bulldog
nnmed "Old Ironsides." "He'll try to
I mean, he could eat that little chap
In the blrdstore In one mouthful," said
And Marjorlo confided to him her
longing to possess the "little chap."
Sho told him how sho hud figured that
five dollars was a sufficient sum for
such 11 tiny puppy, and how she had
been saving up a "dog fund" ; nnd then
of her disappointment nt learning that
the small dog had a most distinguished
nnd high-class canine family tree be
ing u direct descendant of Ringmaster
I and his present owners refused to
part with him for less than twenty-nvo
Needless to say, tho puppy of unim
peachable ancestry disappeared from
the store window tho next day. When
the president of the bank returned aft
er lunch thnt noon, he found nn un
expected vjsltor tied to his desk. A
note from Dan explained tho situation.
It read as follows: q am paying my
charming assistant, not In coin of tho
realm but In tho original way you see
hitched to your desk. Don't dare re
move him. Ho will bo called for at
Dan'a uncle viewed the pup with a
qulr.zleutv smile. Fortunately, he liked
dogs, too. "I suppose," he remarked
thoughtfully, "thnt you huvo to be fed
at more or less frequent Intervuls, like
all Infants. Although -pnrdon my
rudonoss,. old man from tho contour
of your mnnll anatomy you don't look
as though you hud room for 11 drop
more." An excited olllco boy was pros
ently sunt out to procure some milk
for the puppy.
Then, still holdlug Dan's note his
uncle hlcbcd and addressed tbo pup
again. "Perhaps you understand. Fldo,
Junior" a vigorous wagging of a dl
minutlve tall testified that Fldo, Junior,
understood perfectly, ''lou have been
tile cause of my nephew coming in
Uere nnd taking my best stenographer."
Italy, in ' her new budget, la pro
posing to tax bachelors.
Call 555 for your
Poultry and Egg Mar
ket; A real market at
all times. '
BOGGS POULTRY CO.
511 VINE STREET.
XOTJCIJ OK FltfAL HEPOUT.
Estate No. 1687 of Florence Lovo,
Deceased. In the County Court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Tiir State or Nebraska, to all persons
Interested Irf said estate take notice
thnt Iva Allison has filed a final ac
count and report of her administra
tion nnd a petition for final settlement
and discharge as such and for final
decree of distribution, which have been
net for hearing before naJd court on
Sent' mber 12th. 1919. at 10 o'clock a.
in., whon you may appear and contest
luted August 12th, 1919.
WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
al'J-3 County Judge
NOTICE OF SALE.
In the matter of the Estate of Nols
II. Kronquest, Deceased.
Notice Is heroby given that in nur
suance of an order of Hon. W. C. Dor
Bov. Judgo of the District Court of
Plwlps county, Nebraska, made on the
14 tli day of July, 1919, at chambers, In
the court nouse, in mo vtuago or
Bloomlngton.ln Franklin county. Ne
braska, for tho sale of the real estate
hereinafter described there will be sold
at tho east front floor of the court
hou.se In the city of North Platte,
county of Lincoln, stato of Nebraska,
on Monday, the 22d day of September,
1919. at two (2) o'clock P. M.. U. S.
Bovernment time, at public venduo to
the highest bidder for cash, the follow
Inp described real estate, to-wtt:
All of Sections Three (3) and Four
(4). In Township Eleven (11), North of
Range Thirty" (30), West of the Cth
P M . In Lincoln county. Nebraska.
Said sale will remain open for 0110
Datod August 11th, 1919.
HARRY W. BKBERG.
Administrator of the Estato of Nels
II Kronquest, Deceased.
Dravo & Dllworth. Attorneys for
Administration. . al9-sl2
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
FIELU-1IIRGE COMPANY. "
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
derslgned have formed a corporation
under the name and style of ''Fleld-
Illrgo Company" with tho principal
place or transacting- its business m tno
City of North Platte. Lincoln County.
Nebraska; the general nature of the
liuslness to be transacted being: the
buying, selling and shipping of lumber.
building material, coal. hay. nnd
grain the buying, leasing, selling:
and conveying of real estate: the buy
Ing, erecting, maintaining, leasing,
selling and conveying buildings; the
erection and maintenance of - such
buildings and structures as may be
deemed necessary for tho successful
conduct of such business, and to pur
chase real estato as a Bite therefor, or
to rent tho samo. and to engage In such
other business as may be deemed nec
essary or desirable for the operation
nnd successful conduct of the nbove
The amount of the capital stock Is
the sum of Seventy-five thousand dol
lars ($75,000.00) all of which Is to be
paid In nt the beginning of business
by the conveyance of property to said
corporation of BUch value. Tho com
mencement of business shall be the 1st
day of August, 1919, and continue for
rt- period of twenty years from such
date. Tho highest amount of Indebt
edness to which the corporation shall
at any time subject Itself shall be the
sum of tlfty thousand dollars ($50,000.)
The affairs of tho corporation shall bo
conducted by a board of directors, con
sisting in all not to exceed five In num
ber, who shall elect a president, first
vice-president, second vice-president.
srnd secretary-treasurer, to conduct
tho business of the corporation.
BLANCHE B. FIELD,
W. W. BIRGE,
L. B. DICK,
R, D. BIRGE. al9-4
NOTIOB OP FINAL REl'ORT.
Estate No. 1491 of Homer F. Fort,
Deceased, in tho County Court of Lin'
coin county, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska, to all per
sons interested In said estate take no
tice that the administrator has filed a
final account and report of his admin
istration and a petition for final settle
ment nnd discharge as aucn adminis
trator which have been set for hoaring
before said court on September 8th,
1919, nt 9 o'clock a. m., whon you may'
appear and contest the same.
Dated August 18, 1919.
WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
al9s5 County Judge.
Extension Road No. 201.
To whom It mayoncern. 1
The special commissioner appointed
to locate a road as follows:
Commencing at end of road No. 201
in tho NBA of SWA of Sec. 4, T. 14, N.
II. 33, theuco following the north bank
of the North Platt'o river through the
south half ot said section 4, Twp. 14,
range 33, and intersect with Road No
G6 on section line between sections 4
andG, T. 14, R. 33, has roportod In fav
All objections thereto or claims for
damages by reason of the establishing
of above road must bo filed In tho of-
flco of the County Clerk on or before
noon of tbo 27th day of October, 1019.
.witness my, nana ana oaiciai seat
this 18th day of August, 1010.
(SEAL) A. S. ALLEN. '
al9sl2 County Clerk.
Notice For Bids.
Notice is hereby given that tho un
dersigned, duly appointed as a bulld-
Incr nmmlttpiv fnr thn rnnstriiiHnn of
a school houso tn School District No Si
8, In Lincoln county, Nebraska, will
ro'.'otvo sealed bids for the construction
ot a school houso in said school
District up to noon ot the first day
of September, 1919, at tho offlco of
Becler & Crosby, Attorneys, North
Platte, Nebraska. Pans and specltlca-
A ft . lit. r T- Tt1i.
tioiis are wuu air. a. u. iioiigruu,
Horchey, Nebraska, and may be ex
A certified check In tho Bum of
throe hundred and 000-100 ($300 00)
dollnrs, payable to tho treasurer ot
School District No. 8, In Lincoln
county, Nebraska, must accompany
tho bids. i
The undersigned reserve the right
to reject any and all bldn.
. 'ANDREW OLSON,
SCHOOL. COMMITTEE OP SCHOOL
; DISTRICT NO. 8 OP LINCOLN
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
.We, the undersigned dentists of
North l'lnttc, will close our offices
OTcry Thursday afternoon until Oc
tober 1st, 1019.
11. c. brock,
A. L. LANE,
D. E. MORRILL,
L. ,T. KRAUSE,
II. E. MITCHELL,
0. H. CRESSLER,
W. F. CROOK.
DOCTOR C. A. SELB1
l'Jiyslclnn .and Surgeon
Office over Itcxnll Drug Stoic
Office Phono 371. Houso IOCS
Calls Promptly Answered Night or Day
Phono Office 612 Resilience 070
JOltN S. SiMMS. M. D.
Special Attention Given to
McDonald Hnnk Building
Office Phono 83 Itestdcnco SS
DOCTOR D. T. QU1GLEY
Practice Limited to
Snrpory and Radium Therup)
728 City National Bank Building,
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooms 1 and 2 Belton Building
North Platte, Nebrasks.
DRS. STATES & STATES
5, 0, 7 Building & Loan Building.
Office Phone 76 Res. Phono Bed 1009
GEO. B. BENT,
Pbsylcian and Surgeon.
' Special Attention Given to Surgery
' and Obstretrlcs.
Offlco: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Office 130, Residence 116
Office Phone 340 Res. Black 376
Belton Bldg. North Platte, Neb.
Phone for Appointments
Office phone 241, Res. phone 217
North Platte, NebraaK.
Knights of Columbus Building.
Hospital Phone Black 633
House Phone Black 633
W T. PRITCHARl),
Elht yearH a Government Veterlnar
lan. Hospital 218, south Locust St
one-half block southwest of the
, DERRYBERHY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day phone 41
Night fchono Black 5S8
TENTS . AWNINGS C0YER8
North Platte Tent
and Awning Co.
109 West Sixth Street
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
AUTO CURTAINS AUTO TOPS
Gencr.al Farm Sales a Specialty.
References nnd Dates nt First Na
tional Bank, Nortli Platte, Neb.
By virtue of the authority vested In
ma by law, and In accordance with Sec
tion 9, of Chapter 190. of the Sosston
Laws of tho Legislature of Nebraska,
for 1919. I. A. B. Allen. County Clerk for
Lincoln County, Nebraska, do heroby
direct and proclaim that a non-partisan
primary election win do neia in Lincoln
County, Nebraska, In tho 68th Repre
sentative District. Wherein the num
ber of persons nominated equats threo
times the number to De eioctea dele
gates to tho Constitutional Convention
from tho 08th District, ns provided by
said Chapter 196. Said Non-partisan
Primary will be held at tho usual vot
ing places tn the 68th Representative
District in Lincoln County, Nebraska,
on Tuesday, September 16, 1919. At
such primary, twice the number of per
sons to be elected delegates shall be
nhniinn from those nominated by nom
inating petitions, and those so chosen
aimll hj. nominated for delegates.
The following have been nominated
by nominating petitions;
Walter V, Hoagland, North Platte,
Joseph O. Beoler, North Platte,
WlUlam Ebrlght, North Platte,
alven under my hand and official seal,
this 13th day of Ausust, mv.
A. S. ALLEN.
(SEAL) County Clerk.
One Hall Block North ot Postoflice.
A modern institution for the
fdentific treatment of medical,
surgical nnd confinement cases.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories
Geo. B. Dent M. D. V. Lucas;4 M. D.
J. B. Redfield. M. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.'
THE T1VINEBI HOSPITAL,
1008 WEST FOURTH STREET,
North PInttc, Nebr.
For the treatment of Medical, Surgical
and Obstetrical Cases. A place
whore the sick are cared for so as to
bring about normal conditions in tho
easiest, most natural and scientific
Phone 110. North Platte, Neb.
W. E. FLYNN
Offlco over McDonald Bnnk.
Offico Phono 113G Bcs. Phono 1120
DR. HAROLD A- FENNEP.
Announces his discharge from milit
ary service and the establishment of
his office over Hlrschfold's Clothing
Phones: Office 333. Res. Red 856. .
Notice of Execution Sale.
Nollco Is hereby given that by virtue
of an execution Issued by Vn H". C.
Woodhurst, COunty Judge, In and' for'
Lincoln County, Nebraska, In favor of
Anna Holderness and against William
Holderness and to me dimctod, and
which said execution was Issued out
of said Court on the 26th day of July,
iis, 1 win at x o'ciock p. m. on .the
23rd day of August. 1919, at the North
Side Livery Barn, operated by Julius
Jtogonsen, 100 Block West 8h Pt.,- In
the City of North Platte, Nebraska, of
fer for sale at public vendue, the fol
lowing goods and chattels to-wlt: to
satUfy a Judgment ot J75.85 and costs
or jit.uo. ana accruing costs, and also
Interest at 7 ner cent from the date of
one bay mare, named Mollle, 7 years
old, weight about' 1150 lbs., with wire
cut on right hind foot.
One brown mare, named Palsy 5
years old, weight about 1100 lb.
One brown mare about 17 years old
wjth suckling colt, weight of mare
Which said goods and chattels have
been levied upon and taken under said
execution ny me as property or the
said William Holderness to satify a
judgment and costs and accruing costs
as above set forth.
Dated this 11th day of August, 1919.
A- J. SALISBURY
al2-22 Shorlff of Lincoln County.
Notice to Creditors.
In tho matter of the estato of-Herman
Sonneman, deceased, In the County
Court of Lincoln County. Nebraska.
Notice is hereby given to any and all
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of the said Herman
Sonneman. deceased, that tho 10th day
of Docembor, 1919, has been set .and
appointed as tho day for the reception;
examination, nujustment ana allow
ance of lawful' claim.) and demands of
all persons, against said estate and
that the County Court of Lincoln Coun
ty, ivebrnsKa win at said time receive,
examine, adjust and allow all such
claims against said estate, as provid
ed by law, at the County Court Room
In tho CoUrt House In tho City of North
Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, and
all persons so interested in said estate
will appear at said time and placo and
duly present their said claims and de
mands In the manner required by law,
or show cause for not so doing and In
any ensn any of said claims or de
mands shall not be presented on or
prior to the said 10th day of December,
1919, tho samo shall bo forever barred.
Dated nt North Platte, Nebraska,
August D, 1919.
SEAL) WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
al2fi County Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
Estato No. 1G74 of Albert Coolldge, de
ceased, In the County Court of Lin
coln County, Nobraska.
The State of Nebraskn, ss. Creditors
of said estate will take notice that the
time limited for presentation and filing
claims against tho said estato is De
comber 5th, 1919, nnd for settlement
of said estate is August 1st, 1920; that
I will sit at the county court room In
said county, on Sopterubor 5th, 1919,
at 10 o'clock a. mi and on December
5th, 1919, at 10 o clock a. m., to re
ceive, examine, hear, allow, or ad
Just all claims and objections duly
(SEAL) TO. H. C, WOODHURST,
a5-29 County Judgo.
Notice to Non.Rcsldcnt.
To Nicholas Adamy, non-resident de
fendant. You are hereby notified that on the
4th day of February, 1919, Ellen Ad
amy filed her petition against you in
tho District Court of Lincoln County,
Neb., tho object and prayer ot which is
to obtain a divorce from you on tho
grounds of extreme cruelty, in this,
that you aro of sufficient ability and
being a stfong 'able bodied man of
good health, and that you have gross
ly and wantonly failed and neglected
to support the plaintiff and her two
minor children since tbo 13th day of
December, 1916, and for the custody of
the minor children the Issue of said
marriage, to-wlt: Josephine 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 before the 14th day of Sep
ELLEN ADAMY, Plaintiff.
By Halligan, Beatty & Halllgan,
Her Attornoys. J28a28
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