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SUBSCRIPTION KATES :
Ono Year by aiall, In adrnncc..$1.75
One Year by Carrier, In ndranco, $2.00
-Gntaced at tho North Platto, Nebraska
Pootofllce us Second Class Matter,
TUESDAY, JUNK 151h, 1020.
SSKNA'J'OB JI AKIHNa JT03I IN'ATKI)
ON" T1IK TENTH BALLOT, liontl of cattle,
EVENTS IN NOKTH PLATTE
TlimTl'.FlYE l'EABS AGO
XProm Tlio Tribuno Juno 13, 1886.)
Tho Colorado hootle had made lis
appearance and was playing havoc
with tho potato crop throughout the
Cowboys In from the range report
ed tho calf crop u' oxcoptlonally good
-"even tho stoors arc having om."
Round Up No. 9 spout Sunday on the
Bratt & Co. range at Blrdwood. The
,.,,1(1. nnnttlatsirl of 1 Kf) Itinn 9(1(10.
horsos and they wore driving C.000
I)hS. STATUS & STAGES
ii, 0, ? Building & Loan Building.
Office Phone 70.' Res. Phone 1242
I) It. ilAHOLI) FENCER
Office Phone 333
JOHN S. SIMMS. M. D.
Suecial Attention Given to
31cI)onnld Bank Building
Ofiflor Phone S'i v4 Besldcnce 8S
Sonalor Warren O. Harding, of Ohio,
was nominated for president by tho
.national convention at Chicago Satur
day, receiving 692 votes on the tenth
.ballot. Govonor Calvin Coolldge, of
.Massachusetts recolvod the nomlna-
itlon for vice-president.
To Whom It May Concern:
The Special llonrt Commissioner ap
pointed to view and report upon the
practlcatflllty of the vacation of that
nnt-tlnn nf 1ill1.1l, fntlll In fflA Inrth..
Res. Phone 1020 west quarter of the Northoast quarter
. .. , . , . ii pi necuon uiirij'UM". ui iuwhjiiii
.NOTICK. fourteen North of Hbiiko thirty Went of
Notice Is hereby Riven glvon that thp itho Sixth Principal Meridian described
assessor In and for th Ulrdwood Irrl- as follows: From the lnrorectlon of the
mtinn Diitrlct. Lincoln county. Ne-1 center line of the south main track of
Dr. J. S. Twinem,
Medicine 'and Surgery.
A ten-acre addition had boen laid raBlta has oompletod the asson'smint .the Union Pacific Railroad Company, os
out to tho North Platte comotory,
for said district and has delivered the
. ... . .. -..hi . .... lunmo in tna Necreiary. i ne uonru ui
uwing to mo aiuing up ul uw - 'Directors Is hereby called to meet at
try, lo homostoaders Bernard Boor,th(J omce of the secretary on the BEH
moved his hord of cattlo from south of of .Section 30, Township 15, ltangc 32
went, Tuesday, iuiy win, u iiui
a Hoard of Equalization nnd to hear
objections to the assessment.
tho rlvor to the Burke range In Wyom
Miss Minnlo Boltoh loft for Oxford.
Tho Jinrding landslide starteu wun 01lu to (.,.,.,! tll0 conimoncomont ox-
gontlo movomont early In tho mom
ing nnd stoadlly grew und resisted tho
Jittoniiits of tho Wood and Lowdon
jiooplo to resist It. Loudon Anally
-convinced that ho could not bo nomin
ated rolenscd his delegates and they x, Y,
The said board to remain In session
as long as necessary noi 10 oxoeeu
. . .1.. t,ln, ,!.... nil nliinn
crolsos of tho Wostorn Female acad-.tIotlH t0 the ftM8o8Bment and valuation
Olliy iroin WIUCIl SUO nan gruuuniuu u win n nearo ami ueieriniiieii.
year or two boforo. Miss Bolton also
expected to attend tho annual Chau
tauqua asetnbly at Lake Chautauqua,
turned to Harding, and this wna follow
d by, throwing tho sixty Pennsylvania
,.1'otos held by Sproul to Harding, this
-insuring tho lattcr's nomination. On
the last ballot Wood had 150 votes and
Warren O. Harding has always been
The Tribuno nppcalod to cltlzons t
Dated this 7th day of June, 1920.
15-2 MARY C. McNKEL, .secy.
Notice of Additional I.nnil to lie Iitcluil
ed in Illriltmod Irrigation District.
Notlco Is hereby given to each and
buy, now Instruments for tho band.; every owner of land In the Blrdwood
Elovon Instruments woro needed and , I"'"1'0" .P'8','01 iW i2 S"1
tho cost placed at $450.
In 1885 there were eight precincts In
tho county outsldo of North Platte.
They, woro Brady, O'Fallon, Hall, Cot-
a rosldcnt of Ohio which state ho has tom(.oodi Fox Croek( Ueor Creok, PeCk-
ropresonted ns United States sonator
since 1914. In prlvato business lifo ho
Is publisher of tho Marlon, Ohio, Star.
Ho was born on a farm, near tho
vlllago of Blooming Grove, Morrow,
county, Ohio, November 2, 1805, tho
oldest of eight chlldron. His. fathom
Gcorgo T. Harding, was a county doc
tor, Whoso forobearB oamo from Scot-
ham and Mcpherson. Tho assessor's
nt tlin nfflon of said district a no till Ml
praying that the boundaries of said
district bo changed so as to Include the
following described land, to-wlt:
Part of NV4 of NEU of NEH con
sisting of fifteen acres; part of N1.- of
NWVi of NI3U conslstlnpf of flft -n
returns gave tho value of real and por-JfttinB of fltteJn acres: ?.aVt of NJ
sonal property In theso proclncts at of NWU of WW conslntlnp of fifteen
tononnn Tim nniMriir In Mnrtii TMnitn acres, maklin? a total of sixty acres of
VA i Section n, Township 11, Unnue 32 west
now located, constructed, niamtaineti
and operated, with the oast line of said
.Section thirty- one, measure northwes
terly alonK said center line of ialn
track a distance of seventeen bundled
Ilfty-slx and seven-tenths feet to a
point, thonce northeasterly, at rlsht
angles to said center lino of m.ilr. track,
a illstanco of ono hundred feet to tho
polat of beginning, said point of begin
ning belnw In the northerly rU;ht of
way line of said Railroad Company and
also being In the westerly line ot tliut
certain north and south county road,
which said county road Is described ns
a strip of land slxty-slx feet in width
and approximately ninety- four rods In
length in that certain quit-claim deed
dated July 19th. 1910. from Louisa M.
Cody and husband to Lincoln County,
Enst Fifth Street,
NOBTH PLATTE, NEB.
Ofllco Phono 1S3.
Bcsldencc Phone 2S3.
IlosrMiil Plume 110. ,
Oilice phone 241. Kes. phone 217
L . C . DROST,
tyorth Platte, ,, - Nebraska.
Knights ot Columbus Bulldlnx
H. H. Overbook; Augustus CampI;
P. L. Harper: Lofc'8, Block 15, Original
Town nf Wallnci Llncnlr conntv Ne
Nebraska, recorded In tho records uf , .-.. ni1 nil nprnnnn flnlmlnt? nnv
Lincoln County In Rook B-3, at Pago 70; . ,.R , Claiming any
thence northerly nlong said westerly .i"h;h;!il ui uhjt iuuu m num icui caiuiu
lino of that certain north and south joi any part thereof take notlcodliat on
county road and at right angles to said iio 21 t. dnv nf Mnv 119(1 R n. finnnmr
ter lino of main traclt a distance of i , ' ' . .. ' . ,
iniu cj. ii. runuu iiuu iiicir puimuii in
'the district court of Lincoln County,
sixty-six feet to a point; thence north
westerly, parallel with nnd one huiu
executed by Will Outtrfm and Clara C.
Outtnlm, hla wife, to U. S. Livo Stock
Co; as follows:
Ono for $500.00 upon the Northeast
Quarter of Section 29, Township 16,
Range 32 In Lincoln County,
Nebraska, and recorded in tho office
of tho county dork of Lincoln Oouuty,
in Bool; 12 of Mortgages at Pago 303.
Qne for $500.00 upon the Southeast
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter and
tho Wost Half of the Southeast Quar
tor of Section 29 and the South Halt
of the Southeast Quarter of tho South
oast Quarter of Section 19 all in Town
ship 10, Range 32 in Lincoln County,
Nebraska, and recorded in the Mort
gage Records of Lincoln County '.n
Book 42, Page 305.
Ono for $1,000.00 upon tho East Half
of Section 21, -Township 1G, Range 32
in Lincoln County, Nebraska, and re
corded in tho Mortgage Records of
Lincoln County, in Book 42 of Mort
gages at Pago 311.
Ono for $500.00 upon -the Southwest
Quarter of Section 29, Township 16,
Range 32 In Lincoln County and re
corded inMortgago Records of Lin
coln County In Book 42 of Mortgages
at Page 309.
Ono for $1,000.00 upon the- West Half
of Section 21, Township 16, Range 3,2
in Lincoln County, Nebraska, and re
corded in tho Mortgage Records of
Lilncoln County, Nebraska, in Book 43
of Mortgages, Pago 307.
And plaintiff prays that said U. S.
Live Stock Co. be adjudged and de-
waB valued at $013,000, which included
Union Pacific property.
John H. Rlchter, who had dome to
North Platto from Apstrla a year bo-
tur, wiiusu luruuuurs wuno irom acoi-' ,,,., ,,,,,, i..i
iland. Before going to Ohio tho Har-'f.f' Ki0?. u'c,flo hy shooUng
.dings woro rosldonts of Pennsylvania,
whero some of thorn woro massacred
'by tho Indians. Others fought in tho
revolutionary war, Tho mothjbr of
Virrcn. Mrs. Phoobo Dlckcrson, was
descended from nn old-tlmo Holland
Dutch family, tho Vnn Kirks,
In his youth Warren Harding lived
tho life of a farmeivboy attondtng tho
-village school until fourteen years of
mge, when ho ontorod Ohio Central col
Jego of Iborla, from which ho was
graduated. Aa editor of the collogo
paper ho first displayed a talont for
Journalism.. Ho was obliged to stop
school now and then nnd earn tho
money with whjch to pursue his col
logo course. A"t one time ho cut corn,
ul another painted hams and at still
mndthor drove a team and holped to
;grade the roadbed of a now railroad.
-At Bevonteen ho taught a district
school and played a horn in the vlllago
At odd times ho worked In tho village
printing offlco, in tlmo ho bocoming an
'expert typesetter and lator a llnotypo
operator. Ho is a practical pressman
Jind Job prlntor, and as a "mako-up-anan"
la said to have fow equals. The
luck pleco ho has carried as sonator is
Uho old printers' rule ho used when ho
wn3 sticking typo.
In 1884 Mr. Harding moved his
.rninuy, to Marlon, A short tlmo
himself in tho breast.
A ball team had boon organized and
among tho players woro Tom O'Noll,
Jim Dowd, Jim Edwnrrfs, Carl and
Goorgo Jordan, Jim Langloy, Jim
Grace, M. C. Harrington and Leo Hart.
Tho club had received a challenge
from tho Athletic team of Omaha.
Tho county commissioners ndvortls
od for bids for sinking an artesian
well 400 feet deep at tho court house.
Tho offlcors -at tho court house had
grown tired of drinking alkali water.
Sam VanDoran was building a largo
addition to his livery barn, located
whore tho Davis garage now stands.
Will McDonald had gono to Omaha
to attend tho marriage of his cousin
Miss Eleanor Boyd to Ellis It. Bter
bowor. Miss Jessie Barton, a former
North Platte girl was ono of tho four
John Robinson's circus was adver
tised to show In North Platte.
of the Cth P. M. in Lincoln county. No.
braska, which are contiguous to the
Ulrdwood Irrigation Plstrlct, nnd which
constitute ono tract of land, sabl peti
tion prays that the aforesaid lands be
included In the district and be Irriga
ted from the cnnnl and the -water ap
propriation of said district tire same ns
lands now embraced within tho bound
aries of said district.
All person"! Interested In Bald peti
tion will nnpear at this offlco on
Tuesday, July Otli, 1920, and show cause
in writing why prayer ot said peti
tioner may not be grhnted.
Dated this 15th dav of Juno. 1920.
J15-3 - MARY C. McNEEL. Sec'y.
LINCOLN COUNTY EVENTS'
AND PERSONAL 3IENTION.
(Condensed from County Exchanges.)
Farmers living south of Maxwoll
havo. made arrangements to hold a
celebration In Griff ith's'' grovo on July
At Sutherland at tho Intersection of
streots, along tho Lincoln Highway
- uiuii i lu iiiui null uiiiiri limn - .
-iffm.ni.,i n,n-v7i.- ....- i ll . P3ta havo boon sot which are sur
after ard tho fathor purchased for. mnlintmt ,viti, imv0 nii,i .i. i.mom.
NOTICK OK hkahint;.
In tho County Court of Lincoln Coun
in the Matter of the Kstate of Mln-
lo Cornet. Deceased.
To the Holrs and all persons Inter
ested In said Estate-:
i oil nre horeby notified that on June
10, 1920, K. R. Goodman, ns executor of
said estnte, filed In- the County Court
of Lincoln county. NebraBkn, his ac
count and application for tho distribu
tion or said ostate, and the assignment
of tho real estate thereof. toWltf All
of Lots Five (C) and Six (6) of Block
Ive (C) of Oamble' Addition to tho
Village of Hershey, Lincoln county.
Nebraska, and that sa d nccount nnd
application will be heard before this
court on the 6th day of July, 1920, at
nine o'clock a. m.. In the countv court
room In the court house In the city of
iNortn 1'iatte. in said county, and' you
are hereby cited lo nppoar nt said time
and place and show cause, If any there
be, why sold account should not bo ap
proved and allowed nnd said estate
distributed and assigned.
tJated North Platto. NelirnBltii. Timn
10. 1920. wm. ii. c. woormnnRT.
J1C4 (SEAL.) County Judge.
Wnwi.ii iTn-.il.,.. mi... m.. .i." .iiuuiuuu vun uuxes linen wiui nioom-
...... u...h inn am, uiuu " lnir nlants
Rev. C. A. Irvln arrived at Maxw
iron devil to manauln JltL A 11 w hIa tam
Mszioveroeen a strike or a threatened fiSl JZZS bCn
Senator Harding Is closely Identified iIrnnd Mrs' D C' Y,11?' ,f SuUlT
,iftth muny other largo business enter-1 ?5la u1, mvo Bono to .Hot Springs, S.
'prUos Ih Marlon and other parN of tho ' ?- t2.s4ya m,?,"th ?r ,mo for tho
state. Ho Is director ot u bank nnJ,bono"t of lr Wilson's health,
sovornl lnrgo manufncturliif,- plants 1 , Artl,ur Gnuderault, of Brady, had a
.nnd Is a trustoo ot tho Trinity Bantist!'08 fracturod ,ast wcok. Ho was on
'Clmrch. routo from Brady, to Parnnm with a
Mr. Harding has twlco ropresontod truck whon something woi)t wrong
;lla Thirteenth senatorial district of w,th tll storlnS gear nnd being nn
'Oino In tho stato loclHlnturA nnd Knv. "bio to keop tho truck In tho road ho
n'od ono torm as lieutenant go,vonor.l,mpl1 nm1 wnB caught botweon the I
jvt mo 1U14 oloctlon Harding was oloc- trilK,t a oanu aiong sine tuo roau.
tted United States sonator by a majority Tno Maxwoll Chautauqua will ho
vof moro than 100,000. running 73,000 uc,d Ju. 18th-22d, nvo days, aftor
mhead of tho next hlchest on tinket.lhoon and ovoning.
f fVn tho sonato ho Is a member of the! Tll Gergo Williams apple-orchard
, rcommltteo on foreign relations, San-' it Brady js loaded with fruit and bar-
iitor Harding marrlod Miss Ploronco "'R hall n big crop Is anticipated.
Cling In 1891.
Bathing Suits, positively the largest
Tho first cutting of alfalfa In tho
Suthorland section Is fine, but the
scnrcltv of holp Is a big draw back.
13. M. Johnson has been elocted bu
assortment In tho city to choose from , perlntondent of tho Horshey schools,
ainu pneou very reasonably at Block's, .and tho toachors chosen nre Paulino
p i,rTT Ivumnn. Sylvia Brandfas and Mao
........ . . . stovons
.u. ;V i,,. Vm,u .u l our rnonaa. R0ets In' tho vicinity of Sutherland
tnnnn nivil .,nK.!i,.. i . i. - i i a.8918-IVO Said to bo looking lUUCh bettor
rr I ...;' ; " 1 . r 01 ur ,tl,nn nt the tmo period last year.
fSrtlin bViMf 1 Z J, A,B0 Th0 OstilWo. ball team has boon
for tho .beautiful floral offerings. c,,,i in.. . tii... t..i..
vou wlS, tZ, JtytT ?" an,VUrn,8h Tho Searlo airplane will ho thoro
i2 i.n i K- " io hour of sorrow to take people air riding at soimuch
" "t nor.
- itria A .ilri I Misses Maybollo and Grace Koch
"'"-"M..!VV B& arrived homo last weok from Lincoln
"For Salo Extracted honey at 25ihoro tll0y 1,0(1 heon nttontlln? tho
onts a pound In fifty pound cans. Ad-
tlreas H. J. Poll, Brady, Nob. 44-4
NOTICU OP UKFKUKK'S SAI.H.
Notlco Is horoby given that by vlr.
of an order Issued to mo by the
P "MS0,1 ?Vrt 1".a",l r Lincoln Coun.
ty, Nebraska, In an action thoroln
pending whoreln John Arthur HlmniB
.r oiiiiuiB. I'jisie
Porsons wnntlng gnrbago removed
shall havo a PuOPEu can and placed
at ALLEY GATE so" ns to bo In sight
of garbago man. Call 395J or 103. tt
NOTIGH OK FIXAI. ltllnit'l
EstatO No. 17011 of Albert M. Rnllinrt
ficynlio Boylo, noo Simmu, John Boylo ' ln tho County Court of Lincoln coun-
l , . . . ,,..l,.....I ....u.l. t : ... ..
.uvt .iMouiiiiii, nuiiin Inez u HHOll nnn u, nvunisKn.
ino wiate ot NeiirasKa; To an persons
Interested in said Estate, take notice'
mat tne numinisirator has filed a final
account and report of Ids admlnlntni-
tlon and a petition for final Bottlenvnt
and dlsoharge as such, which have ii..n
set for hearing before said court on
Juiy am, liiso, at a. o'clock a. in., wji-n
you may appear ana contest the same,
. uateu June 9, 1920. ,
WM. II. C. WOuDIIUHST
J15-3 v County Jude
"filmmtl, Charles vVlUon her liimtiniul.
Leslie D, Slmms, Hlnglo, Elmer Clove
Jnnd Slmms, single, Charles Herbert
Slmms, a minor, .Too Wright Slmms, a
jillnor, llarry Usra Slmms, a minor,
guunla Clara Slmms, tx minor, nre We
"fftitdantH, I will on the 19th day of July.
1920, at the hour of 2 o'clock I. M. of
said day at tho east front door of the
Court Houso in tho City of North
I'latte, Lincoln County,. NebruHka. sell
at auction to the lllwliest bidder for
rush, tho following described real es-
wnu, oiiuniu in mo uouniy oi Lincoln
and Stnte of Nebraska, to-wlt South
half of Southwest quarter (Sty of
WU). NortlteiiBt ipjarter of the South,
west quartor (NEH of SWU), South
west quarter of the Southeast quartor
(SWU of 81314), of Soctlon twonty
oight (28), Township cloven (11).
Hango Thirty (30); tho North half ot
tho Southeast quartor (NVj of SEU),
tho South half of the Northeast quar
ter (8,4 of N1?K of Soctlon twonty.
eight (28), Township eleven (11),
Itango Thirty (30), nnd tho Northoasl
quarter (N1SU of Soctlon Thirty-two
(32K Township elovon (U), Itang (Jt
j. mi ly iu;.
Dated this t4th day of Juno. 1920.
J1D-BW t O. E. ELDER, Keferoe,
red slxty-slx foot distant northeasterly Nebraska, against you and each of you, i crtee.d to ,havo np right, lien or inter
at right angles, from said center lino of . ncailnst Lincoln Land Comnanv a est ,u said mortgages for the reason
main track n d stance, of four hundred al8 abaiinst iincpin uana company, a . . .. j f 1n ,. TT c? r xn qtnn,
twenty-throe and five tenths feet to u corporation, in an action wherein the !",at ,aa'd defendant, U. S. Live Stock
point; thence westerly, along a straight said E. B. SDonfier and E. R. Ferrell i ' ."muh.- wiumciauuu ouiu,
line a distance of two hundred sixty-1 nlnlnHffn nrtiv vnn mid nnch -nf vnn assigned and transferred each and all
four and eight tenths feet to a point a plaintiffs art (J you ad oach of you lf ga,d rea, Mortgages to the
which Is In said northerly right of way are ueicnaants. ii.,
oriiieriy riKiu ol way it u uu.DuuuiiiD. ..iiiiw i
line and six hundred eighty feet dls-1 Tho oblect anil prayer of plaintiff's m, , iu.i . i. .
tant northwesterly from tho point ot-nJn,"li Jt T"at addition to the relief here-
beginning when measured along Bald ' "" ' r", 4,.' " I tofore prayed for, plaintiff further
noruieriy' right of way TlnS and one and to Lot 8, Block 15, Original Town tht" tV Tdefendan Will Ou trin ,
hundred, feet distant northeasterly of Wallace, Nebraska, and to cut off ,S f;n ",;.?? n,i Holio i iv
from Bald center line of main track, Lmi tnrnvnr hir mv rlcht tltlo nr In- "0 a 80 auJudSOO- and decreed to have
whon measured at right armies thereto inml rorevor oar. , any, right, title or m-no Uen or lnterest la and t0 the
thence southeasterly, along said .north- 'terest of said defendants or any of )Northeagt Quarter of section 29,
ly right of way line, parallel with and them to said action-In said real estate. ,avm-ni,?n iT nnn ? w virt, nf
one hundred feet distant northeasterly. Plaintiff asks to havo a morteace 1 3 X.P. ' Range 32' vlrituJe ,:
at right angles, from said center line of 1 iai1""11 asKS navo a niongage ono certojn mortgage executed by
main track a distance of six hundred 'cancelled upon tho records executed John E. Ghrlst to said Outtrim for the
eighty feet to tho point of beginning, by Maria L. Green and husband, which RIlm nf K7Knn nn tniv iKMi imo nnd
va8atToi;,: 11,8 re,1rt ln faVr f 8Uc-af ??rd August 21st 18
And tho said Special Road Commls- Book 11 of Mortgages, Pago 7 Mortgage Lincoln County, Nebraska, in Book 41,
niuuur uiipumtLMi 10 view una report xuuiua vl uiutuiu vuuiitt inuuiuku. of pnep 307
Also to have a mortgage cancelled of .j And also that sald defendant, Will
record in the register of deeds office of ,outtnim, be adjudged and decreed to
Lincoln County, Nebraska, under date have no lien or interest in and to the
of November 1st 1890 nnd recorded in Northwest Quarter of Section 21,
Township 16, Range 32, in Lincoln
County, Nebraska, by reason of a cer
tain mortgage executed by Austin S.
Ghrlst, single, to said defendant, Will
Outrim, for $600.00 dated August 13th,
1912, and recorded in the Mortgage
Records in Book 40 of Mortgages, at
And that said defendant, Will Outt-
unon the practicability of eHtahllshlntr.
In lieu of the public road petitioned to
be vacated as above described, a public
road ln the Northwest quarter of tho
Northeast quarter of said Section thirty-one,
has filed hfs report In faver of
the establishment of a public road de
scribed as follows: Beginning at a
point on the west lino of Road No. 336
In tho NWU NE',4 of Section 31, T. 14,
R. 30 W. of the Cth P. M., 21B feet north
oi a point in the center line of. the Un
Book 11, of mortgages, Pago 179 there
Plaintiffs allege that said mortgages
havo been wholly paid; that tho same
are barred by the Statutes of Limlta-
lon Pacific Original Main Track, meas- .tlons of the State of Nebraska. That
yrei7nqafif?r3& lias been In the open, notor-
NOTICH Or IIEAUIXfS.
In the County Court of T.inonin enmi
In tho Matter of the TCntntn nf
Margaretha Meyer, Deceased,
10 uie noirs nnd all porsons Inter
ested In snld estate:
You are herebv nnllflmi n.at nn t..
9th, 1920. Edward R. flood
utor of said estate, filed In the County
Court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, his
Huvuum nun application ror the distri
bution of said estate, nnd that said ac
count and application for distribution
will bo heard on the Cth day of July,
lii.u, ui nine o ciocic a. m. ln the county
court room In the court house In the
1..11V UI INOrill IMIlttO. In on tl nminlu
and you nre horeby cited to appear nt
ount iuuu una pinco ami snow cause. If
any thore be, why snld account should
not bo npproved and allowed and said
Dated a North Plnttn. 'i,r..irn .
Tune 9. 1920.
I. r . WM- H- c- WOODIIURRT,
t:! (SEAL) County Judge.
min;u ok iii:aui(;
In the Countv Court nf T.lnnnln rniin.
Il,,.tll Mnttor or the Estate ot Mary
E. McKnlght, Deceased.
i-o all persons interested In tho Es
tate ot Marl" E. McKnlcrht. Into nf T.ln.
coin county. Nebraska.
You and each of you aro hereby no
line of said Soctlon 31. measured on th
center line of said track, running thence
normwesieriy parallel with said rail
road 365. C feet, thence sonthvfslorlv
329 feet to connect again with center
lino Of Road No. 21. The foretrolnir
notes describe the center line of pro
All objections to such vacation and
establishment, or claims for dn mn iron.
must bo filed in the County Clerk's of-
iiuu ui Unicom county, Nebraska, on or
before noon of the 7th dav of Amiii
A. D. 1920. or such road will h , vn pi. .
ted and established without reference
Witness mv hnnd nnd nfUnlnl n,(
4th" day of June, A. D. 1920.
A, S. ALLEN.
. County Clerk.
A'olice For Publication.
Notice is hereby, given that at the
regular annual meeting of tho stock
holders of, the "Lincoln County Agri
cultural Society" held at its offlco in
North Platte. Lincoln County, Nebras
ka, under dato of January 10, 1920, a
resolution was duly offered and adop
ted, amending tho Articles of.Incornor-
ntion by the Increasing of the author
ized capital stock to $10,000.00 in
shares of $50.00 each.
J4-4v H. J. MORAN. Secretary.
Notice of Formation of Paving District
Number 4 of the City of
North Platte, Ncbraskn.
To tho owners of the record title of
all property adjacent tft of abutting
upon tho streets hereinafter described
and to all porsons interested therein.
You nnd each of you aro hereby
notified that the Mayor and Council of
tho city of North Platte, Nebraska, did
under dato of Mav 18th. 1920. .nnsa nnd
tilled that Carl F. Wilson has filed his 'approve a certain ordinance forming
... ... ..vj ul iiu.ia x lane, Uiliuuill
County Nobraska, and tho following
ious, exclusive,' continuous, adverse
possession of said land for more than
ten years bofono the bringing ot this: rim, be adjudged and decreed to have
action and mat tho defendants and no lien or interest in and to the South
each of them "to this action have no west Quarter of Section 21, Township
ignt, title, claim or -demand of any 10, Range 32, in Iiincoln County. Ne-
description in 'and to said real estate .braska, by virtue of a certain mort
and plaintiff 'as'ks to have his title 1 gage executed by Austin S. Ghriist,
quieted thereto and for such other and , single, to Will Outtrim for $600.00 on
further relief as may be just and eqult- .August 13th, 1912, and recorded In the
able. Mortgage Records of Lincoln County,
You are further notified that unless i Nebraska, In Book 40, at Page 299. for
you answer said "pottitlon on or before ithe reason that each and all of said
tho 5th day of July, 1920, judgment three last -described mortgages were
bo taken against you by dofault. tuuy ana legally roreciosed and barred
in an action instituted ln the district
court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
wherein Anna V. Metoalf was plain
tiff and Will Outrim and others were
tiff and Will Outturn and others were
defendants and wherein said Will
Outtrim was duly and legally served
That in addition to the relief here
tofore prayed against hirfi that the de
fendant, Frank Wille, be also adjudged
and decreed to have no lien, right or
interest in and to the Northeast Quar
ter of Sectllon 29, Township 16, Range
32, in Lincoln. County, Nebraska, by
deason of a mortgage executed by
John E. Ghrlst to Will Outtrim on the
Notice. To Non-atcsldent Defendant.
James N. Goff, defendant, will take
notice that oh the 11th day of Feb
ruary 1920, Margaret Goff, plaintiff,
therein filed hof petition in the Dis
trict Court of Lincoln County, Nebras
ka, against the'aid James N. Goff, the
defendant therein, tho object and pray
er of which are to obtain a divorce
from the said defendant on tho grounds
of non-support, 'and wlllfull desertion
ror more man two years immediately
nrnoofrrllnrt. MiiV dllnc nf nnr nnMMnn
-. o "- Men, .i t.... mio c
You are required to answer said "" , UUJI' ".r - oi
9uiu,uu, uuiy iBuuruBu in uie mortgage
records of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
in Book 41, at Page 307, which said
mortgage was" by said Will Outtrim
leging that Mary 13. McKnlght died in
lostate on or about tho 21st day of
March, A. D.1899, seized ln fee simplo
tho, 'oHowIng described premises
situated In tho county of Frontier and
niaie oi tteornsKa, to-wlt: Lot num
streets including the intersections
thoreof within the limits of said city
aro comprised within said jmving dis-
fn,.;i Tii?,,1.in J?.'.oclc numbered trlct to-wlt: Al that portion of Fifth
ccng'ioth'o1 rofflaShCeUrre?f; BJJj ot commencing on the
leaving her surviving imr iuiiinn,i ,east line of Vine street in said citv at
Robort A. McKnIllt. nnd tlin fnllnwlnir tlin ltltnrnnnMnn nf VI
deBcrndSnts!rto.wit:1 " thr lMU orj Streets thence West along said Fifth
wiuiam o. McKnlght, a son over . 11 uut lu u, euB1' 1"o i auuiiih oiruut
twenty-ono years of nir! Kl.ii.nv nm.l n snld pltv na It Intnrnontn anld Vlftb
.vwiSiii, n sun, over twenty-one years sipopK
r r n r-r . ...... . . Y . . , , . ' . .
wi ilium iuuivniKiii. a uaugntor
over twenty-ono years of age: Robert
Harrison McKnlght, a boh, under four
teen years or ago; Charles McKnlght,
Unloss objections are died thereto as
equircd by statute within twenty days
from tho first publication of this
a son, under fourteen years of aw! 10Hca the Mnvor nnd Ponnpil f4ball
Clnrenco MoKnlght, a son, under four-i"UHC0 ,lae Major anu council snail
luueeu iu coiiHiruui. bucu puviutj,
Dated this 2nd day of Juno 1920
toon yearB of ace: Claudia MeTCnltrht.
a Bon, under fourteen yeara of age.
iimi nam pomionor, uari F. Eison,
Is tho owner of nndl nrimliu i., fn
fllmple, having derived title thereto by
uireui conveyances irom the heirs ot
sold deceased, and by mesne convey
ance from narsha F. Elson nnd hus
band, D. D. Eleon; that more than two
years nave elapsed since the death of
Notice of Formation of Paving District
dumber & of the City or
Norllt Platte, Nebraska.
said .icnn,i nn.i i Vi" i.i; io "io ownors oc tno rocora utio oi
been mado In the state of Nebraska for lnH property adjacent to or abutting
tne appointment of an administrator tupon tho streets hereinafter doscrihod
. NOTIflH OF FINAL llUt'OUT
l-stato No. 15S8 of Mary Duggftii,
In the County Court of Lincoln coun
ty. Nebraska. 1
Tho State of Nobraska; To all per
sons Interested In. said Estate, take
notice that tho administratrix has filed
a final account of hor administration
and a petition for final sottloment nnd
discharge oh such, and petition for de
termination of heirship, and distribu
tion, which have been set for hearing
beforo said court on Julv nth. iflsn nt
10 oolock a. m., when you may nppqar
and contest the same.
Dated June 8th. 1920.
WM. II. C. WOODIIURST.
JlB-3 County Judge.
either by her heirs or bv Demons claim
ing to no creditors or Bald deceasoa;
that Bald deceased resided In the coun
ty of Lincoln and stato of Nebraska, at
the time ot her decease nnd died thore
in: by roanon wheroof Jurisdiction to
administer her estate appertains to the
county court of said Lincoln county.
Said petitioner prays this court for a
determination of the time of the death
of the decedent, Mary E. MoKnlght. a
iieuerniinaiion ot the heirs, of ua
Mary E. MoKnlght, tho dogree of kin
ship and the right of the real property
belonging to tho snld Mnr.v 13. Mc
Knlght, rtoceaBed, and for all other and
It is therefore ordered that said pe
tition be heard and'detormlned bv this
court at the county court room ln the
city of North Platte, county of Lin
coln, ami state of Nebraska, on the 13th
day of July. A. D. 1920, nt 2 oolock V.
M-. which time and place are fixed by
this court for tho hearing thereon.
It Is further ordered that this no
tion nhnll be nuhllalind In the North
Platte SemMVeekly Tribune, a legal
semi-weekly newspaper In said county
for three Buccesslve weeks prior to
Dated this 10th day of June. A.Ti.1920
fHBAL.) wm. ii. c. woodhurrt;
JlB-3 County Judge.
and to all persons interested therein
You and each of you are horoby
notified that tho Mayor and Council of
tho city of North Platto,.Nobraska, did
under dato ot May 18th, 1920, pass nnd
npprovo a certain ordlnanco forming
and creating paving district Number 5
in tho city of North Platto, Lincoln
County Nebraska, and tho following
streets Including the intersections
thereof within the limits of said city
aro comprised within gald paving dls
tricts to-wlt: All that portion of 4th
streot of said city commencing at west
lino of Locust street, thonco west along sons claiming any
snld 4th street of said .kind in said real
city to tho east lino of Oak streot at the
intersection with snld 4th streot.
Unloss objections aro fllod thereto
as roqulred by statute within twenty
days from (ho first publication ot this
notice tho Mnypr and Couucil shall
proceed to construct such Taving.
Dated tha 2nd day ot Juno. 1920,
$ O. E. ELDER,
j4-3w (SEAL) City Clerk.
E. B. SRENCBtt & E. R. FERRELL.
By Halligafi; Beatty & Halligan,
m25-jl8, Their Attorneys.
petition on or before July 5th, 1920, or
tndomfnf'ti)lll 'f nlrnn nQ nrnvnd '
By JohnGrant her Attorney.
Reva Pigg; Alice H. Smith; A. H.
Smith: U. S. Livo Stock Co.; Addle E.
Kendall; Dr. B. J. Kay Medicine Co.;
Watson Ramsey: M. E. Thompson:
Jamos S. Gilbert; Phillip Dietzgen; Nobraska, wherein Anna
assigned to C. E. Marquis and by said'
C. E. Marquis to the defendant, Frank
Willi, for tho reason that said mort
gage was duly and legally barred and
foreclosed in an action instituted la
the. district court of Lincoln County,
Frank Wille; Joe Eckrosh; Paul H. 'was plaintiff and said defendant,
GUlam; Will Owttrlm; Clara Outtrim; Frank Wille and others were de-
Austin S. Ghrlst. John E. Ghrlst; tendants and wherdln summons was
Eunice A. Ghrlst C. E. Marquis, Clair
Dickson; J. Sidney Smdtk: W. W. Bean
& Son; S. A. Brewster; M. J. O'Cou-
nell; Dr. B. J. Kay Medical Company
of St. Albans, Vermont; and tho
Northeast Quarter and tho Southwest
Quarter and tjie West Half of the
Southeast Quarter and the Southeast
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of
Soctlon 29, Township 16, North Range
32, West of tho 6th P. M. In Lincoln
County, Nobraska, and all of Section
21, Township 10, North Range 32, West
of tho Cth P. M., Lincoln County, Ne
braska, and the South One-Half of the
Southeast Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter of Section 19, Township 16,
North Range 32, West of tho 6th P. M.
In Lincoln County, Nebraska, and all
persona claiming any interest of any
duly and legally served on the defend
ant, Frank Wille.
That In addition to tho relief here
tofore prayed against him, the defend
ant, C. E. Marquis, be adjudged to
havo no right, title, Hon or interest
in and to tho Northeast Quarter o
Section 29, Township 16, Range 32,
in Lincoln County, Nebraska, by reas
on of a certain mortgage executed by
John E. Ghrlst to Will Outtrim for the
sum of $575.00 on July 15th, 1912, and
duly recorded In Book 41 of the Mort
gage Records of Lincoln County, Ne
braska.at Page 307, and by said Will
OutKlm duly' assigned and transferred
to tho defendant,. C. E. Marquis, for the
reason that the Said C. E. Marquis has
sold, assigned and transferred all of
hl right, title and interest in and to
- -j-u - "--w . - -o"i u it iy vow m uuu VU
kind ih said rCal estate or any part said mortgage to the defendant, Frank ,
tbnronf. tnlrn notion thnt nn tlin TnMi 'willo
. , - " --,
Anna V. Metcalf
day of May, 1920,
plantiff herein filed her petition ln the
district court of Lincoln Co.iuty, Ne
braska, the object and prayer of which
is to quiet title 'In the plaintiff herein
Anna V. Metcdlf, to tho Northeast
Quartor and the 1 Southwest Quarter
and tho West .Half of tho Southeast
Quarter aud the Southeast Quarter of
tho Southoast Quarter of Section 29,
and all of Section 21, and tho South
Half of tho Southeast Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter of Section 19, all in
Township 16, North Range 32, West of
the 6th P. M.' 'in Lincoln County, Ne
braska, against each and all of the
defendants herein and against all por-
interest of any
estate or any
part thereof and excluding each and
all of said defendants from nny right,
title, Interest, lion, claim or demand
in and to said lands and plaintiff prays
that tho defendant, U. S. Livo Stock
Co., bo adjudged and decreed to havo
no right, title, claim, Hen or Interest
in or to flvofj certain mortgages on
parts of abovefdescrlbed land, all exe
cutod on April the 27th, 1912, and all Attorneys
And plaintiff further prays that her
title in and to all of said abovo des
cribed land be quieted as against each
and all of tho defendants herein and
against said Northeast Quarter and
tho Southwest Quartor" and the West
Haltiot the Southeast Quarter and tho
southeast Quarter of the Southeast
Quartor of Section 29, and nil of Sec
tion 21, and tho South One-Half of tho
Southeast Quarter of the Southeast
Quarer of Section 19, all in Township
iv, iNortn, uango 6z, west of tho Cth
P. M. ln Lincoln County, Nebraska,
and all persons claiming any interest
of any kind In said real estate or any
part thereof and that said defendants
and each and all of them be decreed
to havo no right, title or Hen in
and to said promises or any part
thoreof and for general equitable
You are required to answer said
petition on or before tho 28th dav of
Dated May 10. 1920.
ANNA V. METCAT.F.
By Halligan, Beatty & Halligan. Her
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