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IltA L PAKE, Editor mid I'ulillnliir '
Ono Venr by Mnll, In ndranco..$1.75
Ono Year by Carrier, In ndrance, $2.00
Entered at tho North Platte, Nebraska
Postofflco as Second Class Matter.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 18, 1915).
(From tlio Winner.)
CovoyB of prnirio chickens, can bo
noticed going over town every day
now. The crop of them has boon good
this year, and now as unow is on 'tho
groMBd ' they aro In Hoarch (if some
thing to cat.
Corn husking Is on in full blast
and tho tunk of tho ear can be heard
on tho sldo board. Ton cents por
bushel Is about tho avrago price paid
in this locality.
Tho worst blizzard flinco tho spring
of 1914 swept this portion of tho coun
try Sunday night and Monday, and
"Wallace so far as common carriers
aro concornod, has been cut off from
tho entire world. Not a train has
been nble to come through Blnco Satur
day, owing to drifts, and after tho
calm Monday morning Roadmastcr
Wnlbrldgo ondeavored to got through
with a crew and plow but they guc
cocded In getting Just west of town
whero they struck a drift twenty feet
high and GOO foot long and after work
ing for twelve hours (phoned in to town
for all possible aid to dig the plow
and engine out. All tho road's
plows save this ono, uro west, but
yesterday ono was sont cast out of
Holyoko. If It wcro not for tho fact
tho storm was resumed again Monday
work would not have boon so difficult
ns whon part of tho track was cleared
It again filled in.
(From Tho Vindicator.)
Oscar Landegron has been homo for
tho past week, having been transferred
from his Choyonno mall run to a sim
ilar Job out of Lincoln, whero ho ex
pects to bo .permanently located. Mr.
Landogren expects to movo his family
to Lincoln in tho spring.
It boglns to look as though tho local
tolophono Btrlko as well as tho nation
al coal minors' strike had Imsoii broken.
Mr. Brown informs us that so far ho
has only romoved ono phono on do
maud, and that all other phones aro In
daily uso. Tho storm done consider
able damage to tho linos, but thoy
aro being put In order again as fast
as tho work can bo dono, considering
that a man has to go cither on foot or
horseback to do thd work.
A very lntlmato friend of Col. Win.
-pa otn uo oj(of pooa v an bhoj irmn
onol that happened last Friday. This.
Is tho way tho story, goes: A strange
man came to tho Reatty homo and ask
ed permission to sloop in tho barn.
Tho woathor being voryi disagreeable
it was suggested that ho occupy a
room In tho house formorly used for
tho hired man, and tho wnndorot re
tired in tho host of spirits, ns did tho
family. In tho morning tho strangor
camo down, washed and bruBhed hlm
Bolf, mndo himself at homo nud nBkod
whon breakfast would bo.j-oady. Mr.
Reatty questioned tho man, and got
tlng only ovaslvo answors finally snld
to him, "I bollovo you aro an I. W.
W." nud tho man promptly acknowl
edged that ho was. It Is hardlv noc
ossarv to snv that tho gont did not
stay for brenkfnet. Tho colonel never
was strong for tho I Won't Work or
ganization, but to houso ono in his
own homo for tho night wna a Uttlo
(From tho Courlod.)
Miss Julia Rurklund returned In&t
Thursday night from a two weeks'
viBit In El Vtinn TnvnH qi . . . Announces nia uiscnarge rrom mlllt
Msii m ui j nso, iexas. Sho reports a ary service nnri thn ostAhUnhmnnt f
T ... -
SSK..Tty "''"'J0" hAH' ,fo
Tuesday thnt tho snow atorm the first
tit ie tirsinlr utiin 4 1. .. ... L 1. ... i I
i uiu nvviv irj uiu wfxroi no ixixii over
soon In tho hills
Mrs. E. A. Wohlford and nlillil pnn
iH r. r . ... .. 1
utuii-y, umnnu uouort, or worm Pintle, '
worn minsfH f Mra Tr,..,Q I,.-. ,..
laBt Thursday. N
Mrs. Louis Potorson, of North Platto
wus tho guest or old friends In this
city last Thursday, ,
J. B. Crablll is having tho building
formorly ocoupiod by, David Uman
cloanod and ropalrod preparatory to
putting in a restaurant nnd lunch!
counter. Joo says that meals, lunches
and hot soup will bo served at all
Just whon It was thought that the
Sutherland bcIiooIb would havo to bus-'
pond for tho duration of tho strike,!
, ?."0Lm'nr ,n .1V .olly .ro
- ov.itxiiih niu wrmir ui uiuir COUl 01118 ,
for stray diamonds, n. car of coal wast
sot out to bo disposed of by tho city
fathers. Tho school was given about
half of Uio car and G. L. Ruddln ln-j
forniB us that sixty-four fumlllos worn
supplied with about 409 pounds ench.l
' ?:o!. i
MINES' AND BROTHERHOODS
FAIL TO AGREE
Ilono for an Immoainto nntil Ainnnr
of demands of tho four groat brother-
. ' . ' ' l - 14 ,U1
sosslon of tho conforottco botweon Dl-
rector Gonornl Hlno uid tho brother-1
hood heads were postponed Indoflnlto-
No official statomont was mado but
it was understood no reomont could
bo roanhod on tho principle of tlmo
and a hnlf for overtime in road service 1
of trnlnmon. Sovoral Minor questions,
IMffV .VIMUIIIViU IIIIDUIIim tlllWilUOll I
lilivo-a direct bnarlnir oil thn ovortlnm
IVhen In North Plntto Btop at tho
New Hotel Pnlnxo and Onto. You will
be treated well, B8tf
frkpemuk v. bowers in
"kiss m: a (? a in."
"Kiss Mo Again," is the now musical
comedy which will sorvo to Introduce
Froderlck V. Rowers at tho Keith
Thursday. Novombor 27. It was writ
ton by Waltor Hommlngway and Ar
thur J. Lamb and possesses all those
comedy clemonts which permit Mr.
Rowers to make tho most of his su
perior comedy talents. Not since ho
created such d buccoss In "His Rrldal
Night" has this favorite comedian had
a vehicle that promised so much and
thus early in tho season it is being
freoly (predicted that ho will duplicate
his greatest success in this new pro
duction. Supporting him is that clev
er musical comedy Btar Alma Youlln,
and a cast of superior talent. Thore
is also u beautiful chorus which
will be scon in tuneful musical num
bors which wore written by Mr. Row
ers. "Kiss Mo Again" will bo found
to contain nil the essentials of con
vulsing morrlment, entrancing beauty
and satisfying diversion.
Notice to Creditors
Estato No. 1700 of Major A. White, de
ceased In tho County Court of Lln
, coin County, Nebraska.
' The Sato of Nebraska, ss. Creditors
of said estato will tako notice that the
Itlmo limited for presentation and fll
1 tng of claims against said estate is
March 19th, 1920, and for settlement
of said estate is Novomber 13th, 1920;
.that I will sit at tho county court
I room In Bald county, on December
1 18th, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m and on
March 19, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
to receive, oxamlnc, hoar, allow, or
adjust all claims and objections duly
(SEA.) WM. H. C. WOOD1IURST,
nl8dl2 County Judge.
Rooler, Crosby & Raskins, Atty.
Offico Phono 340
Res. Phono 1237
Rolton Bldg. North Platto, Nob
Phono for Appolntmontt.
JOHN S. SIMMS. M. D.
Special Attention Given to
McDonald Rank Building
Offico Phono 83 Residence .18
GEO. II. DENT,
Phsylclan and Surgeon.
Spoclal Attention Glien to Surgery
Offico: Building '& Loan Building
Phonos: Office 130, Residence 115
Culls Promptly Answered Night or Daj
Phono Offico 012 Residence G7G
DOCTOR C. A. SELBY
Physician and Surgeon
Offico orer Roxull Drug Store
! Office Phono 371. Houso 1008
DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEY.
Practice Limited to
Surgery und Radlnm Therapy
728 City National Rank Building.
Office phone 241. Rea. phone 217
L . C . DROST,
North Platte, - Nebraaku.
Knights of Columbus Building.
DR. HAROLD A. FENNER
Annill,ni,M h,a ,,,anuna ,
W - office over Hlrschfo.d's Clothing
p,10es: Office 333. Res. Red 8BG.
ALBERT A. LANE,
Rooma i 2 B,i(nn nuiMinir
"oom8 1 11,1(1 1 Building
North Platto, Nebraska.
DR. L. J. KRAUSE, DENTIST
McDonald Bank Bldy.
W. E. FLYNN
Offico over McDonald Bank.
Office Phono 1130
Res. Phone 1120
General Form Snles a Special Ij.
References nnd Dates nt First Nil
vvjuvvo ituu iatvn life 1.
ttriiinl Itmilr. Wnrlli Ylnln Vnii
.ina Vast Tlilnl Sf n
Coolldge ('attlo Sale, Nov. ISth.
M. .1. Rllloy, NiiTemher 11).
Orson Co veil, November 20th.
-l'LL. 0 voml,cr 2 ,tu'
TV. T. PJUTCHARD,
Ex-Oovornmont Vntnrlnnrlnn nmi nv
assistant doputy State Vetorlnarlan
1 iiosniiui lift Nnutii vinn strnM.
Hospital Phone Black C33,
House Phone Black 633
Tho undorslgned will oftor at Public Auction on his farm 4 miles west of
North Platto on tho Christ Sund place on
Tuesday, November 25, 1919
Commencing at 1 o'clock sharp
2 HEAD OF HORSES
One team of mnros, G and 7 years old, weight 2100.
9 HEAD -OF CATTLE
0 milch cows coming fresh tho first of the year, 1 two yoar old hoifor
coming fresh tho first of tho year, 1 Holstoin heifer coming one year old,
1 flvo month old calf. i
3 POLAND CHINA SHOATS, WT. 70 lbs. EACH.
' Cultivator, disc, rako, walking plo w, Champion aweep, now G-foot Doer
Ing mower, 3 Inch low wagon, new Anker Holt crenm separator, 170 egg
Old Trusty incubator, 50 ton prairie hay, 300 bushels corn, 20 rods of hog
fonco, 10 foot hay rack, set of 1U work haruess, set of new breeching work
harness, 7 dozon chickens, Metz Car.
TERMS: Six months time on bankable notes.
FELIX J. BOKOSKIE, Owner.
COL. H. M. JOHANSEN, Auctioneer. F. C. PIELSTICKER, Clerk.
at the Johansen Sale Barn, North Platte,
Saturday, November 29.
1 commencing at 1 P. M., sharp.
26 Head of Fine Animals
will be offered.
C: J; Landholm & Spn and Claus Anderson
One Hall Block North ot Postofticc.
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. RedHeld. M. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D.
TENTS AWNINGS C0YER8
PORCH CURTAINS .
North Platte Tent
and Awning Co.
100 West Sixth Street
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
AUTO CURTAINS AUTO TOPS
FOR A REAL AUCTIONEER,
Phono nt 31y Expense.
R. I. SIIAFPELL,
You May Think
a grouch but if you will
come to him for Drug
Store needs, you will soon
discover he isn't and that
he doesn't rob you on
I. D. BItOTOFIELD,
Live Stock nnd Farm Sales. Thone
or 1Vlro at My E.pcnso for Dates.
Big Price for Furs, .
ng me. Furs are high and I
! am ottering the top prices.
DEBRYBERRY & FORRES.
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Ray iihone 41
Night phono Black 5SS '
T. F. Laughlln and Estelle Gibson,
James Gibson, Rachol A. Staloy, Rosa
Connor, and Robert Staley, heirs at
law of John Staloy, deceased, and Cecil
Teuoll, National Flro Insurance Com
pany, The South Half ot tho South
West Quartor of Section 32, in Town
ship 11, North of Rango 32, In Lincoln
County, Nebraska, and all persons
claiming any interest of any kind In
said real estato or any part thereof,
will tako -notice that on tho 28th day
of Juno, 1919, "W. T. Gulhor as plaintiff
filed his petition In tho District Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska, tho ob
joct and prayor of which aro to fore
close a cortaln mortgage deed aUegod
io nave oeen executed ana uouveren by
tho defendants, "VV. T. Ervln and "Win
nie Ervin to T. F. Laughlln May 9th,
1916, and thoroby conveying to said
Laughlln tho South Half of tho South
West Quartor pf Soction 32 in Town
ship 11. North of Rango 32, W. 6th P.
M.. In Lincoln County, Nebraska.
That on Octobor 6th, 1919. tho said
AV. T. Ervin and Winnie Ervin de
fondants filed their nnswor and cross
petition in said action, tho object nnd
prayer of which aro to clear title to
said lands of certain clouds thereon
and to qulot nnd confirm such tltlo in
the said W. T. Ervin nnd to exclude
each and nil of said dotondnnts, and
all porsons ojnlmlng any intorost of
any kind in Bald real ostato or any
part thoreof, from any right, tltlo or
claim against said premises.
You nro required to answer said
cross petition on or boforo the 22d
day of December, 1919.
Dated November 10th. 1919.
W. T. ERVIN and WINNIE ERVIN,
By HOAGLAND & HOAGLAND and
E. E. OARR, Their Attorneys. nlldG
DRS. STATES & STATES
i, 7 Building & Loan Building.
Offico Phono 70. Res. Phono 1242 1
THE TWINE M HOSPITAL.
100S WEST FOURTH STREET,
North Plnttc, Ncbr.
Por tho treatmont of Medical, Surgical
und Obstetrical Cases. A place
where the sick aro cared for so as to
bring about normal conditions in the
easiest, most natural and scientific
North Platte, Neb.
Notico to Non-Rcsldent Defendants.
Oscar L. Livingstone and tho B o
tho SW4, and Lots C and 7, Section G,
Township 12, Rango 30, Lincoln coun
ty, Nebraska, and all persons claiming
any Interest of any kind in said real
estato or any part thereof, wfll here
by tako notico that Robert E. Ander
son, plaintiff In an action wherein the
said Robert B. Anderson Is plaintiff
and you and each of you are defend
ants, filed his ipetltlon in tho district
court of Lincoln coounty, Nebraska,
on the Cth day of October, 1919, the
object and prayer of which said peti
tion is to quiet plaintiff's tltlo In nnd
to tho B of tho SWVl and Lots 6 and
7, Section 6, Township 12, Range 30,
Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Plaintiff further seeks In said action
to quiet his title against a certain
mortgage executed by John Kloman,
slnglo, to Margaret Livingston which
mortgage Is recorded in Book IS, page
2DG, of the mortgage records of Lin
coln county, Nebraska, and which
mortgage Is dated August 17, 18U3.
Plaintiff alleges In his petition that
said mortgage has been paid, and that
the same has been barred by tho
statutes of limitation of tho state of
Nebraska; that ,he and his grantors
have been In tho absolute, open, ex
clusive, continuous and adverso pos
session of said land for more than
ten years and that the (plaintiff has a
now and absolute title to said real es
tate, and that tho defendants have no
right, title or Interest of any kind in
and to said real estato.
You aro required to answer said
petition on or before tho 22d day of
December, 1919, or judgment will bo
taken agaltiBt you by default.
ROBERT E. ANDERSON, Plaintiff,
By Halllgan, Boatty & Halligan. his
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants.
Mead Stato Bank, a corporation,
Wllber A. Brothwell, Phoenix Invest
ment Company, a foreign corporation
organized under the laws of the state
of Colorado, and the SW1. of Section
G, Township 10. Rango 33, Lincoln
county, tfs'ebraska, and all persons
claiming any Interest of any kind in
said real estato or any part thereof,
defendants, will hereby tako notice
that on tho 6th day of November. 1919,
A. H. Stevens, plaintiff, filed his peti
tion in the district court of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, in an action whero
the said A. H. Stevens Is 'plaintiff and
you, and each of you, are defendants,
the object and prayer of which peti
tion Is to quiet the plaintiff's tltlo in
nnd to the SWi of Section 6, Town
ship 10, Rango 33, Lincoln Qpunty,
Nebraska, against the claims and de
mands of each of the defendants to
said action In said real estate.
Plaintiff alleges In his petition that
.tho defendant, Mend State Bank, a
corporation. Wilber A. Brothwell and
Phoenix Investment Company, a for
eign corporation, claims some right,
title or Interest in and to said real
estato by virtue of a mortgage exe
cuted by Stephen A. Albro and wife
to Mead State Bank on December 24,
1889, which mortgage is duly recorded
In Book 5, 'page 298, real estate, rec
ords of Lincoln county. Nebraska, the
said Mead State Bank claiming to
own some interest in said mortgage
and tho said Wllber A. Bothwell
claiming to own some interest in said
mortgage as assignee thoreof from
said bank and as purchaser of said
promises under a foreclosure of said
mortgage, and Phoenix Investment
Company claiming to own some In
terest In said real estato by virtue of
being the owner of some of the notes
secured by said mortgage.
Plaintiff alleges that said mortgage
and tho indebtedness secured thereby
nave beon paid, that tho same is
barred by tho statutes of limitations
of tho stato of Nebraska, that plain
tiff has been in tho open, notorious.
exclusive, continuous, hostile, adverse
possession of said real estato for more
than ton years, and that ho therefore
has a now and Independent title to
said real estate, and that said do
fondants and each of them to said ac
tion have no right, tltlo or Interest of
any kind In said real estate, having
been barred therefrom by said nd
verso possession and tho statute of
limitations of the stato of Nebraska.
You aro required to answer said pe
tition on or before tho 22d day of
A. H. STEVENS, Plaintiff.
By Halllgan. Beatty & Halllgan, his
Sheriff's Snlo of Perlsnlile floods.
Notico Is hereby given that by vlrtuo
of a writ of attachment issued by tho
County Judge of Lincoln County, In a
suit pending wherein The Loypoldt &
i'onmngton Co., a corporation, is plain
tiff and A. A. Prultt, real namo un
known, Is dofondant, and to mo dl
rected, I havo levied upon ono car of
potatoes as tho property of A. A.
Prultt; and whereas said goods havo
boon considered of a. perlshablo na
ture and nu order of sale having Is
sued from snld County Court of Lin
coln County. Nebraska, and to mo di
rected, I will on tho 22d day of Novom
bor at the hour of 10 a, m. nt building
known as Tho Lamb Waro Houso, on
Lots 1 and 2, Block 84 ot Original
City olf North Platto, soil at public
auction to tho highest blddor for cash,
30,780 pounds of potatoes, taken un
dor said attachment, ordered sold, as
tho property of A. A. Prultt
Dated tills 8th day of Novembor,
1919. A. J. SALISBURY,
T. S. BLANKENBURG,
Office with B. M. Reynolds, Architect,
Apt. 1 Reynolds Terraco.
Phone Black 1105.
To William E. Pickens and tho
heirs, devisees, legatees and personal
representatives of said William E.
Pickens, and all porsons interested in
tho estate of said William E. Pickens,
You and each of you will tako notico
thnt A. Bello Swarthout as plalutitf
has filed her certain petition in the
District Court of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, and object and prayer
of. which are .to partition th9
following described lands situate lu
Lincoln County, Nebraska, to-wlt:
Lots Fivo (5) and Six (0), Block One
hundred and elghty-slx (180) of the
original town of the city of North
Platto, part of Lot Three (3), Union
Pacific Railroad plat lying south of
Lots Five (5) and Six (6), Block Ono
hundred elghty-slx (186) in tho City of
North Platto, the north forty-four feet
of Lots Ono (1) and Two (2), Block
One. hundred sovonteon (117) of tho
original town of tho city of North
Platte, all of Lot Throe (3), Block Ono
hundred twenty-seven (127) of tho
original town of the city of North
Platte, West twenty-two feet of Lot
Three (3), Block Ono hundred four
(104)of tho original town ot tho city of
North Platte, part of Lot Six (6),
Block One hundred four (104) of th3
original town of the city of North
Platte, Nebraska, described as follows:
Boginning at tho northeast corner of
said lot, thence 132 feet In a southerly
direction along the east side of said
lot to the southeast corner thereof,
thence 66 feet In a westerly direction
along the south lino of said lot to the
southwest corner thoreof, thence 82
feet In a northorly direction along ihc
west lino of said lot, thence east 3
feet, thence 15 feet in a northerly
direction on a line parallel with the
west line of said lot, thence east 3
feet, thence 35 feet in a northerly di
rection on a line parallel with the
west line- of said lot to tho north line
of said lot, thenco east CO feet to tho
place of beginning; all of blocks Ono
(1) and Two (2) in Thomson's Sub
division of a part of Lot 4 of Section 4,
Township 13, North of Range 30, west
f the 6th P. M. of tho original town of
the City of North Platte, Nebraska.
And the following described lands sit
uate in Dawson County, Nebraska,, to--wit:
Lots Ono (1), Two (2) and Three
(3) In Block Fifty-six (56) of tho orig
inal town of the city of Lexington, all
of Block Ten (10) in C. L. Ervin's Ad
dition to tho city of Lexington, and a
part of Block Seventeen (17), Mac
Coil's Addition to the city of Lexing
ton. Nebraska, described as follows.
Commencing 100 feet west of the
northeast corner of said block 17,
thence south parallel with the east lino
of said block 150 feet, thence west
parallel with the north line of said
Block TOO feet, thence north parallel
with tho west line of said block 150
feet, thenco east to the place of be
ginning. And to confirm title in and
to all of said lands in the following
shares and proportions to-wit: In
the plaintiff an undivided eleven
twelfths (11-12) interest in all of said
descrlbedl ands and In tho defendants
or such of them as may bo entitled
thereto an undvided on-twelfth (1-12)
nterest and for such other and further
relief as is just and equitable.
You and each of you will make ans
wer to said petition on or before the
8th day of December, 1919, or your
defaults will bo taken and Judgment
entered against you as In said petition
Dated October 28. 1919.
A. BELLE SWARTHOUT, Plaintiff.
By EVANS & EVANS.
Her Attorneys. o2Sn21
Order of Hearing.
In the Matter of 'the Estate of John
Now on this 31st day of October,
1919, on tho filing of the petition of
Ellen Rylnnder, praying that Peter C.
Oberg be appointed as administrator
of said estate, J. G. Beeler, named in
the will, having declined in writing to
act as executor.
It is hereby ordered that November
28, 1919, bo sot for tho hearing thereof
boforo this court at 9 o'clock a. m.,
and that notico of said hearing be giv
en the heirs, devisees, and all porsons
interested in said estato by publication
of a notico hereof for three successivo
weeks prior to snld hearing in tho
North Platto Trlbuno, a legal semi
weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished in Lincoln county, Nebraska.
WM. H. C. WOODHURST,
"4-3 County Judge.
Notico of Petition.
Estato No. 1702 of Mary A. Simants,
deceased, in tho County Court of
Lincoln County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, To all per
sons Interested in said estato tako
notice that a petition has been filed
for tho appointment of William M
Simants as Administrator of said es
tato, which has been set for hearing
herein on Novomber 28, 1919, at 10
o'clock a. m.
Dated Oct. 28. 1919.
(SEAL) WM. H. WOODHURST.
4'21 County Jud go.
Notico to Creditors.
Estate No. 1695 of Henry F. Coates, do
ceased, in tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nobraska.
Tho Stato of Nobraska, ss. Credi
tors of said estato will take notico thn
tlmo limited for presentation and fil
ing of claims against said estato is
March 5, 1920, and for settlement of
said ostato is Octobor 28, 1920; that I
will sit at tho county court room in
sai,d county, on December 5, 1919, at
9 o'clock a. m., nnd on March 5, 1920
at 9 o'clock a. m., to receive, examine'
hoar, allow, or adjust all claims and
objections duly filed.
(SEAL) WM. H. WOODHURST
n4'28 County Judge.
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