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By RUTH WOLF.
(. 1920. by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
She wns a little bit of n thing, not
moro than four feet ten In height, and
Bhe hnd been ndoptcd as the ofllee inns
cot from the ilny of her arrival. She
wns n capable worker, however, nnd
Tery soon mnde herself respected for
her "gray mnttcr" nmong the large
staff of clerks In the big olllce of
Wheeler & Co., nrchltects.
A too-fnmlllnr olllco boy hnd smil
ingly saluted her as "Bnbo" on lier sec
ond morning In the ofllee, but lier
freczlngly disdainful reply had put
nn end to that Immediately. However,
after she had been there some time, It
was discovered that she had n great
fondness for peanuts "Pennut," she
therefore became to the entire office,
nnd Peanut she remained to the end
of the chapter.
It was a rnlny, slushy morning nnd
Peanut, almost late, ninde a vain ef
fort to put her umbrella on top of her
locker to dry.
"Guess you need some help, child,"
said a cheery masculine voice behind
her, nnd Peanut startled by unexpect
ed sound, wheeled around sharply.
The old locker, at best none too steady,
lurched forward and crashed to the
With a warning cry, the mnn leaped
forward, nnd with one nrm shooting
out, sent Peanut sprawling nnd safely
out of harm's way. Not so fortunate,
her rescuer, however, for the heavy
locker, as It fell, caught him before he
could get out of the way, and sent him
to the floor, his leg pinned fast.
"Oh, plense, please He still," she
begged, "and I'll try to get yott out,"
nnd in spite of Ins pain the young
man's eyes twinkled for the locker
was like a mountain beside the girl.
"Guess you'll never move that thing,"
he said ; "but I'll be quiet, and you run
downstairs and get some one up hero
to help." And Peanut rushed away.
It proved to be nothing worse than a
wrenched ankle that resulted from the
accident It wns a very subdued Pea
nut who clicked at her typewriter keys
all that morning, nnd although the
news of the accident had sprend like
wildfire nil over the ofllee, no one as
yet had been able to learn the name
of the hero.
"It was no one I hnd ever seen
around hero before," confided Pennut
to the other girls In her section, "but
I'm going Into Mr. Wheeler's room at
noon to Inquire about him. I feel that
it's my duty."
So slic rapped timidly nt her em
ployer's office door, and In response
to a low-voiced "Come In," Pennut en
tered. She stopped short In amazement nt
the sight which met her eyes. There
sat her rescuer of the morning, com
fortably leaning back In a big ofllee
chnir, smoltlng a cigar his bandaged
foot resting on a low stool. Opposite
him sat Mr. Wheeler (regarded as a
most stern nnd unnppronchable man
by nil the ofllee force) Just as comfor
tably seated, and smoking Just as con
tentedly. Peanut gazed, from .one to
the other, her confusion growing great
er every moment, and sending a most
becoming flush Into her cheeks.
"I cr I came," she stammered.
"And I am very glnd you did" fin
ished the younger of the two men, smil
ing. "Now, dad, you can properly In
troduce me to this young lady, whom
I handled somewhat roughly this morn
ing." "Ahem, this is Miss Mnrjorle Pierce,
Ted, one of our most capable clerks.
Miss Pierce, this young man Is my son,
who thought to surprise me with a vis
It todny and succeeded admirably."
"Oh, Mr. Wheeler, I nm so sorry!"
exclaimed the girl earnestly; "it really
was all my fault, and It's too hnd thnt
your son should have to suffer for
"Why, dnd," said Ted, "I gave poor
Miss Pierce such a push It nearly land
ed her In the middle of next week."
"Yes, true enough," answered his fa
ttier, with a twinkle In his usually
keen, gray eyes. "I believe I've heard
the name 'Peanut' In connection with
Miss Pierce." And Ted Wheeler's eye?
began to dance.
"Oh, Mr. Wheeler that's'Just a nick
name the girls gave me I never
dreamed that you knew about It."
"Well, Junior, I'm going downstairs
to get the machine and take you
home," said Wheeler, senior. "I'll leave
Miss Pierce here to help yoiuget ready
and I'll be back shortly." And he
"If you'll tell me where your hat and
coat are, I'll -get them for you, Mr.
Wheeler and the young mnn pointed
to n closet In the corner of the office.
MnrJorle brought them and silently
helped the Junior Wheeler Into his ul
rfor Tin moved obediently as she
directed, so that she could button It
nn ho sat In the chair.
VniiM mnkft a canltal nurse, Miss
Pierce." he commented.
"Oh, but Mr. Wheeler, please let me
do something for you while you are at
home. Can't I get you something to
help you pass the time, so you won t
"Why, yes come to think of It, 1
guess you can. I'll speak to dad when
he comes up, and ask him to lend you
to me for the next couple of days."
"Mo I Why, what can I do for you at
home I didn't mean why, what can
you nosslbly want of me?"
"Well," said the young mnn, "I have
always been very fond of peanuts ana
I foresee that I'm going to like them
better than ever."
And before the moaning In his eyes,
Mnrjorle fled to the outer olllce.
THE WINDOW LADY
By JOSEPHINE 3. BROOKS.
(. 1920. by UcCluro Newspaper Syndicate.)
It wns n room on the sld of the
house, close up to the next building. It
wns always quite dark, even In day
light. Laura Cocroft leaned her head upon
She had little time to mako new
friends. She hnd little money with
which to enjoy herself. When she
walked In the park she'actually looked
longingly nt the kiddles riding In the
swan boats; a thing she had never
done, small ns It seemed, nnd childish
the pastime. It was always save. save.
It was growing very dusky In the lit
tle room. After a meager supper the
girl pulled down the shnde at the
window nnd begun sorting her work by
a feeble flickering gas light. It wus
eleven o'clock before she finished
tired nnd discouraged ; with eyes heavy
and hend weary.
It might have comforted her a little
had she known of the many furtive
glances her window neighbor, Al Mur
dock, had cast across the opening at
her lowered curtain. He had cnught a
view of her at work, silhouetted on the
"Poor girl I SJhe doesn't seem to have
mnny good times. Then that old Jail
of a room must be fearfully dingy," he
reflected, turning ivny from his watch
The girl, all unconscious of a sym
pathy that would nave warmed her
heart, worked on.
"It's u holiday tomorrow," she
mused, relief llghtlog up a little the
pretty eyes. "There'll be no alarm
to waken me, thnts one comfort.
Guess, after breakfast and my work,
I'll take my book and lunch nnd spend
the day In the park. I'll wnteh the
kiddles and envy them."
Now It happened that Just at this
time Al Murdock was at peace with all
the world, and rt the same time filled
with sudden philanthropy from the
fact of a raise In his salary.
"I'll stroll over to the park tomorrow
and take some of the poor kiddles for a
sail In the swan boats," he declared.
Later his energetic tread souuded
sharply on the broad stone pnthway
across the Common.
"I'll be a kid just for today. Wonder
what the fellows would say to see me?
Whew! If there Isn't my Lady of the
Window. She's telling stories to
those little children. They can't be her
scholars. I'll speak to her."
Al slyly kicked a stone from the
path. The girl looked up with recogni
tion In her glance.
"They nren't your pupils, Lndy of
the Window?" questioned the young
"No, oh, no; I pitied them their
longing looks toward the boats. A con
genial feeling prompted me," she
"I sny, Unit's too bad," pitied Al.
"Lady, there Is a swan boat return
lng. Will you and your retinue favor
me by accompanying me on a snll?"
Al bowed low. his fnce one broad
"My, yes!" they all chimed
The little girl piped up:
"The lady will "ie our princess and
you'll be the p.-!n:e. Us four '11 be
fairies; then we'll play It's a truly
He stowed the children on the rear
seat retaining Laura for himself.
With many "ohs" from the little ones
they circled the pond and little Islands
of sand nnd shrubs,
Al felt repnld by the warm glow at
his heart. He escorted Laura to her
"Well repeat the good time some
day. Shall we?" he questioned.
You are most kind to a lone girl.
Yes, I shall dearly love to go," shu re
plied candidly. p
It proved but the beginning of better
times for the girl. Even the drudgery
of night work was lightened by
vision of merry eyes gleaming across
Instead of glances across the open
lng there were talks and smiles on the
Inside of Lauras room. Al even
helped her with her papers,
One night Laura's house of cards
fell her pleasant dream was over for
as she raised her curtain she saw
shadowed on the opposite window two
forms embracing each other nnd actu
ally kissing! A stylish girl at that.
She lowered the curtain and dropped
Into a chair,
She sat there a while then went sad
ly to bed.
"I've had my salary raised again,
dear Lady of the Window," confided
Al, one evening long after. They were,
such close friends now.
"I saw the dearest bungalow today.
It was Inviting a young couplo's pres
ence. Can you Imagine for whom It Is
"There Isn't a dark room In it. I
asked them to hold tt until tomorrow.
Shall I engage It?"
"For for you aud the oUier Lady
of Your Window?" she trembled. "I
I think It would be best rooms are
so scarce, you know, especially sunny
"There's no other Lady of the Win
dow but you there never will be,
dear," assured the young man.
"But once I saw the shadow of
of you and another girl, aud you
you" sho faltered aud stopped.
The young man burst Into a lnugh
of relief. "Why, that's my sister I
hadn't seen her since she was married
and left us.
"Shall I hold the bungalow for usl"
Laura, with shining eyes, noddod
SATISFIED WITH DOG'S MEAL
Westerner In New York Proved
Knew a Good Thing When
He Saw It.
A man and wlfo moved to New York
from the West a sane, conservative
! American man nnd wife, used to
money nnd. knowing the worth of It
nnd brought the family dog along,
paying $5 c.trn fare for the dog, by
the way, on the train. They went to
a large and gorgeous hotel and In the
due course of time the dog needed sus
"Hlng for n waiter," said the hus
band, "and we'll get the dog some
The floor waiter came and when
asked to bring some food for the dog
explained with, soma hauteur that he
was the floor waiter and not the dog
waiter, but would inform tho dog
waiter of the desires of tho dog. Tho
dog waiter arrived In course of tlmo
nnd tho predicament of the dog was
explained to him. The dog wnlter
wrote, down the order carefully nnd
depnrted. Presently he returned bear
ing n silver trny on which were dls
plnyed daintily various articles of
food somo vegetables, some meat nnd
n crncker or two.
"What's that?" asked the husband,
examining the contents of the trny
"The service for the dog, sir," the
"How much Is It?"
'One dollnr, sir."
The husbnnd took tho trny.
"Get tho dog a bone," ho said. "I'll
eat this. It's the best-looking meal I
have seen In the plnce, and the cheap
est." Samuel G. Blythe, In Saturday
KNIFE ENDED ALL SQUAWKING
Pets of Clemenceau No Longer Cre
ated Disturbance, After Undergo
ing a Slight Operation.
M. Clemonceau's love of pets, of
which much has appeared In the press
since his recent visit to London, once
Involved him In trouble with his
neighbors. Twelve years ngo, during
his first term ns premier, ho hnd n
number of pencocks nnd storks In
stalled In the gardens attached to the
ministry of the Interior. There nre no
trees In these gardens, only lawn and
flower beds, which In M. Clemenceau's
opinion lack animation hence the
peacocks. Hut other people living In
tho Plnce Beaiivun complained thnt
these birds were too animated, their
cries being so persistent ns to render
Things reached such n pass that the
prefect of police was asked to Inflict
his official superior for disturbing the
peace of his neighbors, who were all
the moro Indignant because M. Cle
menceau went home every night to
sleep nt his tint In the Hue Franklin,
far out of the range of the pencocks'
cries. However n scandal Wns averted
by the premier allowing a slight oper
ation to ho performed on the vocnl
chords of his pets, which, without oth
erwise Injuring them, rendered them
Incapable of squawking
And Still Eggs Are Hlghl
The hens need a walking delegate.
Grinding the benks of the poor unpro
tected fowls .seems to be the modern
poulterer's long suit. Witness tho
modern working day of an unhnppy
hen on an up-to-date chicken fnnn,
where as many as is.oou eggs are
hatched at one time.
Electric light has done It. The
lights burn steadily until 10 p. m. At
4 n. m. they are turned on grndunlly
until their full glare wakes the hens,
The poultry then sit up nnd rub their
eyes and think. "How short the
nights are getting 1 Yet It's certainly
daylight. Well Just one darned day
after another 1" Nights nre short. The
touching Innocence of the hen victim
izes It to the extent of getting only six
hours' sleep n night. Eight-hour day?
Why, the chicken works as long ns
the farmer! The Nation's Business.
Willie motoring with four girls my
clutch got out of order and It was nee
essary for the girls to get out and push
In order to get the car In motion. On
the way back It was nrranged thnt
when we got to the homo of the girl
where they were all staying they
Vould Jump off while the car wns mov
lag slowly, thus to prevent my stop
ping nnd being stalled again. Imagine
my horror when they nil Jumped off
backwards and falling over In a bunch
rolled Into the ditch. I surely hnd
quite a time explnlnlng my seemingly
ungentlemnnly act to the girls' par
ents, who had witnessed the Incident
from the porch. Exchange.
Brazil Seeks Experts.
According to advice from Commer
cial Attache J. E. Phillip!, at Rio de
Janerlo, the government of the state
of Mlnas Geraes, Brazil, has sent to
the United States to contract for the
services of one expert In the cultlva
tlon and production of cotton j two ex
perts In fruit culture, including vino
yards; three grain experts, one export
In tobacco culture, two live stock ex
perts, Including one veterinarian, and
one dairy expert. These men will be
employed as traveling tenchors In the
interior districts of the state of Mlnae
Prog ret In Burma.
There aro two schools for the blind
In Burma, one at Rangoon and one in
Moulmeln, The former, with fifteen
pupils, of whom seven are girls, now
enjoys the services of a blind Oxford
JOHN S. SIMMS. M. 1.
Special Attention Given to
.McDonald Itank IluIIdlnp
Office Phone 83 Residence 3S
Embodies for the first time in motor
enr building the scientific princple
Dailey Motor Car Co.
We carry a complete line of repair
HIDES, FURS AND JUNK.
CAST IRON AND BONES.
We want these.
Big Price for Cast Iron.
Dry Bones $10 to $12 ton
R. I. SHAPPELL
See or wrlto mo for dntes
ROBERT A. PHILLIPS
Plumbing and Heating Contractor.
I am prepared to do nil kinds of
plumbing nnd heating. All materials
and work guaranteed. Estimates
Shop nnd Itcsldonco 130!) East (Sth St.
Phono Itcd 458
DERCYBEIini & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funorl Director
Day phone il
Night phono Black 688
Notice of Final Iteport.
Estato No. 1700 of Major A. White,
deaceased In the County Court of Lin
coin County Nebraska.
Tho State of Nebraska, to all persons
ntorested In said Estato tako notlco
that tho Administratrix has filed a final
account nnd report of her admlnlstra
on nnd a petition for final settlement
and discharge as bucIi, and prayer for
final decreo and distribution of said
estate which have been set for hearing
eforo said court on April ICtli, 1920, at
o'clock p. m., when you may appear
and contest tho samo.
Dated March 22nd, 1920.
Wm. II . C. WOODHURST,
M23-A10 County Judge
To Elsie S. Hoy,, Harry A. Hoy,
Doris Hoy, his wlfo; Ruberta E. Von
Gootz and Victor Von Goctz, her husb
Goetz nnd Victor Von Gootz, her hus
band; Alta B. Eastman nnd Charles II.
Eastman her husband; William A.
Hoy; and Lorcta I. Hoy a minor and
Elslo 3 Hoy, mother and natural
guardian of Loreta I. Hoy, a minor
and nil other persons Interested in tho
estato of Frank P. Hoy, deceased.
You and each of you, aro hereby
notified that there was filed on March
Gth, 1920, in tho district Court in and
for Lincoln County,, Nebraska, by A.
Jared, executor of the estate of
Frank P. Hoy. deceased, u certain
petition, the object and prayer of which
aro that an order be Issued by tho
District Court of Lincoln County, Neb
raska, authorizing A. E. Jared, as
executor of tho estato of Frank P.
Hoy, deceased, to oxecuto his certain
good nnd sufficient deed of conveyance
convoying to ono Lester II. Joy tho
fco simple titlo to tho oast half (K)
of tho North west quarter (NW'A)
and the east half (KVi) of tho South
west quarter (SWV4) of section 19,
and tho east half (EVfe) of tho soutli
west nuarter (SWU) and lots 3 nnd 4
all in section 18, all in Township 10
North of Rango 2C West of tho Gth P.
M., Lincoln Countyi,Nobrnska, upon
tho navment to him by tho Bald Lester
H . Joy, of the sum of ?28GO.oo witn
interest thereon at tho rato or 0 por
cent from March 1st, 1920 being tho
balance duo In accordance with tho
provisions nnd terms of a certain con
tract of sale executed by tno Ram
Frank P. Ho.y during his life tlmo
and In nccordanco with tho prayer of
said petition, said matter has been set
for hearing by order of tho District
Court, of Lincoln County, NournsKa,
for May, 14. 1920, at tho olTlco of II. xvi.
Grimes, Judgo of tho District Court,
of Lincoln County. Nebraska, at tho
Court house In the city of North Platto
Lincoln County, Nebraska, at which
tlmo. you nnd each of you, may appear
and show causo why tho prayer ot saiu
petition should not bo granted as
A. nj. JAiirju,
Executor of tho estate of Frank
P . 1 ioy. deceased .
By Heeler, Crosby & Buskins.
His Attorneys. M30 M7
NOTICH TO CREDITORS
Estato No. 1737 of Georgo W.
Trembly. Deceased in tho County
Court of Lincoln County. Nobraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska, ss: Credi
tors of said estate wW ako notlco that
tho tlmo limited for presentation nnu
filing of claims against said ostato is
July, 30, 1920, and for settlement of
said ostato is March 2fi. 1921; that I
will sit nt tho county court room In
said county, on April 30, 1920, at 9
o'clock A.M. and on July 30, 1920, at
9 o'clock A. M., to rocolvo, oxamlno,
hoar, allow, or adjust all claims nnu
objections duly flled.
WM. H. C. WOODHURST.
M30-4 County Judgo.
NOTIC14 TO CUUDITOlt.
Kstnte No. 1719 of George Urown
Pnnrluht, DocohsoiI. In tho County
court or Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Tim state or Nebraska, ss: creditors
of Ha Id estate will take notice Hint tho
time Hin ted for presentation nnd Ming
or claims against said Kstnte Is July 9,
19ZO, nnd for settlement or snhl estato
Is March 5, 1921, that 1 will sit nt the
county court room In said county on
April 9, 1920, at 9 o'clock n. in., and on
Julv 9. 1920. at 9 o'clock a. in., to ro-
co ve. examine, near, auovv, or adjust
all claims nnd objections duly tiled.
WM II. C. WOOUHUHST.
ni9-4 County Judge.
NOTICE OF PETITION.
Estate No. 1748 of Mary Hanson, de
ceased In the County Court of Lincoln
The Stnto of Nebraska: To nil per
sons interested in said Katnto, 'lake
notice that n petition has boon filed
for tho appointment of Wlllads Han
son ns administrator of snld ostnto of
Mary Hanson, which has been sot for
horolng heroin on April 23, 1920,,nt 10
o clock n. in.
Dated March 25, 1920.
wm. ii. c. wooniiunsT,
m30-3 County Judgo.
NOTICE TO CRE1MTOSS
Estate No. 1730 of Hotty Welnbnrg,
Decensed, in the County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho State of Nobrnska, ss: Credi
tors of said estate will tako notlco thnt
the time limited for tho presentation
nnd filing of clnlms ugalnst said estato
is July 30, 10!20, and for settlement of
said estate Is March 23, 1921; that I
will sit at tho county court room In
said county on April 30 1920, nt 9
o'clock a. in., nnd on July 30, 1920, nt
9 o'clock n. m., to rccolvo, examine,
hear, allow or adjust all claims and
objections duly filed.
WM. II . C. WOODHURST,
m30-4 County Judge.
By virtuo of an execution (Bsuod
from tho District Court of Lincoln
Conn y. Nobratkn. In favor of Anna
Holdornoss, plaintiff, and against Wil
liam A. Holdorncss, dofondant, and to
mo directed, I have lovied upon tho
following described real ostnto in Lin
coln County, Nobrnskn, to-wit: Wost
Half (WV6) of tho East Half (El
and West Half (W) of Section Six
(fi), Township Eleven (11), Rango
Twonty-Nlno (29), Four Hundred Fif
ty-Eight nnd 90.100 acres. I will on
the 19th day of April, 1920, at 2 o'clock
P. M. at tho east front door of tho
Court House in North Platto, Lincoln
County,. Nebraska, sell at public mic
tion to tho highest blddor for cash, to
satisfy said execution, intorost and
costs aggregating tho sum of ?47G4.87,
tho following described proporty, lov
ied upon by mo, to-wit: Wost Half
(WVi) of tho East Half (E) nnd
Wost Hnlf (WHO of Soction Six (0),
Township Elovon (11), Range Twonty-Nlno
(29), Four Hundred Fifty
Eight nnd 90.100 ncros.
Dated North Plntto, Nobr., March
13th, 1920. A. J. SALISBURY,
notich von 11ms
Notice Is horoby given, thnt tho
Unnril of Park Commissioners ot tlio
city of North Platto, Lincoln County,
Nobrnskn, will receive senlcd bids up
until noon on tho 9th dny or April,
1920. at the olllco of P. II. Elliott, tho
chairman of said Hoard, for tho labor
nnd tnnterlalH necessary In tho con
struction of a certain lateral, 4200 foot
In Innirth. with ono concroto CUlVori
ir. feet lone, with concroto end walls,
and ono concroto culvort 24 feot long
with concreto end walls, ami ono con
croto siphon 00 feot long, which said
lateral leads to tho swimming pool to
ho constructed In the North I'laito city
pnrk, and for tho labor necessary In
tho excavntion or iuuu eumc yarns 01
dirt In tho building of said lako or
swimming pool, said bids to bo sub
mitted separately for tho work and
material necessary In tho construction
of said lateral, culverts and siphon, and
for work necessary In tho excavation of
snld swimming pool, or lako; all work
to bo performed under tho supervision
of tho city engineer In accordance with
tho plans nnd speciucniions on 1110 in
Said bids to bo nccompnnled with a
certified check in tho sum ot $!0.00.
The Board reserves tho right to re
ject any and all bids.
!'. 11. I'iUUlU J 1 ,
Chairman ot tho Hoard of Park Com
missioners or North rinite, Ne
oilmen nil' if MAIlINTi
In tho tho matter of tho estatoof Al-
hurt rvinllilirn. DnrnnRfd.
Mnw nn MiIh fith dav of Mnrch. 1920.
n M,n mini' nf tlin nntitlon of Delia A.
Onnllilirn nrnvlnir for tho ncccntanco Of
tho resignation oc w. 11. wouomuu "
ndmlnstrator anu approval 01 nm ro
nnrt nnil thnt A. P. StroltZ bo nppolnt-
nil ns Administrator Do Bonl Non of
It Is hereby ordered that April znu.
1920. bo sot for tho hearing tneroor
lmfnrn this r.ourt nt 10 o'clock a. m.
nnd thnt notlco of said hearing bo giv
en the heirs, devisees ana nil persona
Interested In said estate by publication
of n notlco thoreof for three successive
weeks prior to snld hearing, in mo
North Platto Tribune, n legal semi
weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished In Lincoln County, Nebraska.
fHRAI WM. II. C -WOODIIUnST,
m9-2C County Judge.
of tho Estate
In tho Matter of tho Estato of
In tho Matter of tho Estato of
Adolph Schorz, Deceased
Notlco Is horcby given to any and
all persons having claims and do
mands against tho estato of tho said
Adolph Schorz, deceased, that tho 3rd
Jni. nf T,ilv 1 09A lina lmftn anf nnd nn
pointed as 'tho day for tho reception,
examination, adjustment nnu aiiow
anco or lawful claims ana uomanus
of all persons, ngalnst said ostato an
that the County Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, will at said time
rocolvo, oxamlno, adjust and allow an
such claims aca nst said estato, ap
nrovldcd by law. at tho County Court
Room in tho Courthouso in tho City
of North Platto. Lincoln County. Nc
brasha, and all persons so intorostod
in said ostato. will appoar at said
tlmo ond placo and duly presont their
said claims and demnnds in tho mnn
nor required by law, or show cause
for not so doing, and in caso any or
said claims or demands Bhall not bo
prosonted on or prior to tho said Brd
day of July 1920, tho same Bhall be
T rpamn Wlinrnnf T l.nvn nlrm.
ed this notlco and affixed tho seal of
Bald Court tills 8th day of March 1920.
Seal County Judgo M9-4
Win. II. C. WOODHURST,
When In North Plntto ntop at tho
Now Hotol Palace nnd Cafo, You will
ho treated well. 68tf
General Farm Sales a Specialty.
References nnd Dates nt First Nn-
llonnl Dank, North Plntte, Neb.
400 East Third St. Phone 912
March 2.'Jd R, 8. L. Ynss.
March lilth B. A. Ellas.
Mnrch 20 Cnttlc snle,. Western No-
urnHku ilrcedcnt' Ass'n.
THE TWINEM HOSPITAL,
1008 WEST FOURTH STREET,
North Plntto, Nobr.
For tho treatment of Medical, Surgical
and Obstotrlcal Cases. A ,placo
where tho sick aro cared for so as to
bring about normal conditions In the
easiest, most natural and sclontlflo
Phono 110. North Platte, Nob.
V. T. MtlTCHAK),
Ex-Govornmcnt Veterinarian and ox-
assistant deputy Stato Veterinarian
Hospital 31G South Vino Street.
Hospital Phono Black 633,
Houso Phono Black 033
County Clork'a Office
North Platto, Nobr
By virtuo of tho authority vested in
mo by law, I, A. S. Allen, County
Clerk of Lincoln County, Nobrnska, do'
hereby direct and proclaim that a Pri
mary Election bo hold in tho sovoral
polling places in Lincoln County,
Stato of Nobraskn, on Tuosday, tho
20th day of April, 1920, during tho
hours designated by, law, for tho fol
lowing purposos, to-wit:
1. To express n proforonco for can
didates by each of tho political partlos
for PrcBldont and Vico-Presldont of
tho United States.
2. For tho election of four dolo
gatOB at largo and two from tho Gth
Congressional District in tho Stato to
tho National Conventions of tho ro
spoctivo political parties, and tlio
election ot a like number of alternates.
3. For the oloction of ono National
Commtttoman by each of tho political
4. For the non-partisan nomination
of two candlatos for Chief Justlco of
tho Supromo Court.
5. For tho non-partisan nomination
of two candidates for Judgo of the
Supremo Court to fill vacancy.
G. For tho nomination ot ono can
didate for CongroBsmnn from tho Gth
Congressional Dlsctrlct, by the sov
oral political partlos.
7. For tho nomination by each of
tho political partlos of tho following
Stato Officers, to-wit:
Secretary of Stato,
Auditor of Public Accounts,
Commissioner Public Lands and
Railway Commissioner, and
Railway Commissioner to fill
8. For tho non-pnrtlsan nomination
of four (4) candidates for Rogonts of
tho Stato University.
9. For tho non-partisan nomination
of two candidates for Superintendent
of Public Instruction, as provided by
tho Session laws of 1917.
10. For tho non-partisan nomina
tion of two candidates for Judgo of
tho District Court for tho Thlrtoonth
11. For tho nomination by each of
tho political partlos Ono Candldato for
Stato Senator from tho 25th District.
12. Tho nomination by each of tho
political partlos Ono Candldato for
Representative from tho G8th District.
13. Tho nomination by each of tho
political parties Ono Candidate for
Roprescntatlvo from tho 77th District.
14. Tho nomination by each of tho
political partlos Ono Candidate for
Clerk of District Court.
15. Tho nomination by each of tho
political parties Ono Candldato for
County Commissioner from tho 1st
10. Tho nomination by each of the
political parties Ono Candldato for
County Commissioner from tho 3rd
17. Tho non-partisan nomination of
Two Candidates for County Judge.
18. Tho nomination by each of the
political parties Ono Candldato for Po
lice Maglstrato for tho City ot North
Tho abovo Primary, Election will bo
hold in tho various precincts in Lin
coln County, Stato of Nebraska, on
tho 20th day of April, 1920, tho polls
w VrtPn, at liht O'0,OClt ln..fh2
morning and romaln open until 8
o clock in the afternoon of tho same
Dated at North Platto, Nebraska,
tliia 23rd day ot February, 1920.
In testimony wohorof, I havo here
unto sot my hand and affixed tho seal
of Lincoln County, Nobraska, this 23rd
day of February, 1920.
(SEAL) A. S. ALLEN,
f24m20 County Clerk.
NOTION OP PINAIi niSPORT.
i '.state No, 109B of Henry P. Contos.
deceased, In tho County Court of Lin
coln county, iNourasica.
rno wtaio or Mourasica, to all persons
Interested In said oatato take notlco
that tho executor has filed n. flnnl nr..
count nnd report of his administration
.nimrVn no o,.i. v.i;irv;;,. w
I UIIU Ik HULIllUIi XUl 11I1IL1 HIlILlllIIlRlIL lillll
for hearing boforo said court on April
2, 1920, at 9 o'clock a. m., when you
may appear and contest the same.
Dntod Mnrch B, 1920.
WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
ru9-3 County Judgo.
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