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Semi Weekly Tribune
Ira L. Bare, Editor and Poblitker.
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Entered at North Platte, Nebraska, Post
ofllco as Second Class Matter.
TUESDAY, MARCH 28. 1911.
Cheyenne county voted bonds last
week for a now court house to cost
fifty thousand dollars. Lincoln county
nlao needs a now court house, but you
enn't convince a majority of tho votors
that a new building Is necessary.
On Tuesday of next woek Ogalalia
will vote on the proposition to issue
$20,000 bonds for a water aystonr and
S2.G00 for aiKclectrb light plant. In
view of tho two disastrous fires that
town has had certainly
protection is needed.
a system of firo
Far two hours Thursday night six
masked men held St. Louis, Iron
Mountain & Southern passenger train
No. 104 at a standstill on tho pralrio
about six miles south of CofTeyvllle,
Kas,, while they blew open a snfe In
the express car and escaped in two
automobiles, carrying with thorn money
and valuables which it is bolhvod will
amount to $20,000.
New York City was tho scene or an-
othor holacaust Saturday evonlng
whun 141 persons, principally girls,
lost their lives In a fire in a ten-story
building tho three upper stories of
which wcro accupied by n mnnufact
urer of woraon's garments, where
thoso who lost thuir lives wore cm-
ployed. Many met death by jumping
from the window te the Htreot below, u
distance of one hundred feet,
' President Diaz, of Mexico, has sc
lected a now cabinet, and It is expected
a number of reforms will be enacted,
. which will include changes In tho elec
toral system, affective sufTrngo In thu
elocttan ot state governments and n
reformation of tho powers of the jefes
politico. It Is Bald a full program of
these reforms will ho given in the pros
ident's message noxt Saturday at the
opening of congross.
Herman- B. Cohn, vlco president of
the Nebraska Clothing company, and
.- one of Omaha's pioneers, was shot and
almost Instantly killed, not thirty yards
form his own doorstep, by one of two
masked men at 12:50 o'clock Sunday
.morning. Blood hounds wero placed On
tho trail ef the inurderarn two hnum
af tor the shooting, which endod twenty
two miles away at a shack u quarter of
a mllo from La Platte, whero two men
were found cuddled together on n bench,
Haggard and tired, 'ine men are now
in the Omaha jail nwnlting further In
vestigattons. They give their names
as John Lahey and Henry Mlgnery of
Judgo Carpenter's denial of the plea
to minKh ttin inillrtmfrUa luminal- Inn
t Chicago packors brings to a new crisis
this fight that has been dragging
through the federal courts for eight
years and finally compels the packors to
stand trials on indictments of conspiracy
in restraint of tractaor minr Ami v. to
1 fix and control prlcos. It is one of tho
most lmpertant efforts at enforcing the
nnti-tnist jawo the government over
undertook and, becauBo of the promt
jtenco of the won Involved, as well as
''the Issues to be determined interest
hB been, and will continue to bo
Senator A. B, Cummins, in an ad
dress at Des Moines to 400 members of
the Grant club, assailed tho Canadian
reciprocity treaty, which President
Taft hu called an extra session of con
gress to consider and insisted that tho
agreement should be amended In Im
portant particulars before It is ratified
by this country. Sonator Cummins
said that the Canadian treaty proposes
to put or the free list corta.ii products
of the farmers and ho intended to pro
pose amendments which would put on
the free list, tio far as Imports from
i 'Canada to America are concerned,
a number of manufactures such
as cotton and woolen clothing, moats,
Hour, sawed boards and planks, manu
factured iroa and stool agricultural
An unsuccessful attempt to blow up
tho now million dollar Douglas ounty
court hoiiHQ was made ut an early hour
Friday morning. Tho torrific explosions
of dynamite, tho first at 12;55 and the
c'jond nt 1:10 o'clock, felt In every
corner of the city, marked the effort.
Tlio dynamite had been placed in tha
basement of the Imense structure, one
in tho southwest cornor and .tho other
near the center on tha Harney street
side, The first explosion, that in tho
southwest corner of the building, blew
out tho flooring and the Bocond forced
tho gtixlori and four partitions from
under tbjwBt of tho utructure. The
damage estimated at $15,000. Super
intendent Zelgler declared all labor
troubles havo been smoothed ovor and
no motivo Is known for the deed.
Ileus, for rent East Fourth
Pjattvjew additon.,liqulro of George
The Lyceum Course.
Before engaging the Weatherwax
Brothers Quartot, Superintendent Tout
wrote tho Redpath Bureau asking them
whtthr it would be in order to have
tho Weatherwax Brothers and the Dun-
bars on the same course. The Buroau
wroto to Professor C. R. Shatto of
Leander Clark College, Toledo, Iowa,
asklnp him about the propriety of such
an arrangement. Professor Shatto is
manuger of the lecture course at the
college and they have both of thu
companies mentioned. A copy of Pro-
festor Shatto'f reply was sent to Mr.
Tout and extracts bearing on the com
parison of the two companies is hero
given: "I have also asked Dnan Ward
and Professor Yothors about It and thoy
agree that It is perfectly in order to
lave the two companies in the some
year. While they dilTcr, we consider
them both first class and each made a
hit hero. Signed C. R. Shattoo, Mana
ger. At the Keith Friday March Hist.
The Denver Times, a democratic
paper not nflllctcd either with political
strabismus or political mulligrubs, says
ancnt the president's visit to Atlanta,
"President Taft grows up to tho public
as a man of essentially human traits.
We know of no man so likeable and al-
togctho r comfortable For eight days
he put up the "nothing doing" sign and
kept it up, very good naturcdly. Mr.
Taft Is not the nation 's model of a
strenuous man. He dons not dazzle nor
create eenaatlons. Ho appeals to us as
a large man of common oonae and good
judgment, uncxcitable and capable of
being unwholcsomely lazy. He is nearly
an Ideal American."
It is evident that just such opinions
as this are becoming more and more
common, and the fact will have n mighty
skniflennen In 1912. Fremont Tribune.
Depofit Guaranty in Oklahoma.
When national banks in Oklahoma
were throwing away their charters and
rushing to take advantage of the do-
posit guaranty law, advocates of this
law cited that as an ovldenco of the
wisdom and desirability of the system.
Is ft, then, on tho othor hand, nn evi
dence of tho unwisdom and the unde-
nlrabllity of the law that -fifty Okla
homa banks In two weeks apply for
national charters and thus seek to get
from under the provisions of the stnto
That Is what has happened in that
new experimental state of Oklahoma.
Tho bonks that castaway their national
charters and become state bankB, hav
paid dearly for their experience and
aro now submissively asking that they
bo allowed to become natiqnal ' banks
again. Naturally, folks ask what is
tho matter? Why has not' tho deposit
guaranty worked out all the wonderful
advantages its exponents claimed for
Tho explanation offered is that n levy
of 2 par cent of thogross dopoaits Is to
he mauo to build up the guaranty fund.
The 1 per cent lovy haa proved inade
quate, Not even the advertising the
bunko derived from the guaranty prop
osition Bcems to have compensated for
the co3t, so theso fifty banks in two
weeks, with others following, nre now
running for cover. One of those ap
plying for the roturn of its national
charter has a capital of $50,000 with
deposits of $500,000. Two per cent of
ita deposits," theroforo, would bo 20 per
cent of ita capital, No wondor it wants
All we can say that we Irpe No
braska'a attempt to follow In Oklahoma'o
footsteps with deposit guaranty will not
bring us to similar grief. Boo.
STRAIN TOO GREAT.
Hundreds of North Platte Readers Find
Daily Toil a Burden.
The hustle and worry of business men,
'ilia hard work and stooping .of bust
Tha woman's household cares,
Are too groat a strain on the kidneys
Uachncae, headache, sldeacho,
Kidney troubles, urinary troubles fol
A North Platte citlnon tells you how
to euro them all.
Hans JohnBon, 814 Walnut St., North
Platte, Nebr., soya; "For a number of
years I was troubled with kidnoy com
plaint, due to heavy work In the black
smith shop. I havo frequently taken
Doan'a Kidney Pills, procured from
McDonnell & Graves' Drug Store, and
their use is all that is necessary to rid
me of backache, lameness and other
disorders arising from the kldnoys.
recommend Doan'a Kidnoy Pills as a
remedy of merit that all kidney
nuimcru biiuuiu try.
For sale by all dealers. Prloo 50 cents
Foster-Mllbarn Co., Buffalo, New York
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Dean's and
tuKo no other.
Attack! School Principal.
A Severn attack o school principal
Chas. B. Allen, of SvlvanU r.a I.
thus told by him. "Formore than three
years," lie writes, "I suffered Indescrl
bable torture from rheumatism, liver
and Btomach trouble and diseased kid
noys. All remedies failed till I used
Electric Bitters, but fourbottlea of this
wondorful remedy cured me com
pletely." Such result nre common.
Thontands bless them forcurlnirRtnmiieh
Hvtrouble, female complaints, kidney dis
ol I oraora. hlllniifinnn. ami fnr nw hnalth
aad vigor, Try them. Only 50c at Stone
All persons are hereby warned not to
trespass on that tract of land in sec
tion 28, formerly n part of tho Isaac
Dillon property pnrt lying west of the
county road and extending from the
North Platte River Jo corporation line
of tho city of North Platte. Tres
passers will be liable to prosecution.
Norh Platte, March Cth.
W.W. BinGE, Agent.
Bids on G90.000. cubic yards of earth
work out of Broken Bow west to Arnold.
Cindy and Tryon on the new proposed
railroad, uradlng to actually begin in
next ninety days. Call and see or write
stating where youroutfits are atpresont
and slzo, to
Nebraska Central & Western Ry.,
Broken Bow or .Arnold Neb, .
Of course you
Then you should use.
t makes better bread, better
biscuit, better cakes and bet
ter pastry than any other flour
sold, and it has the satisfying
quality which is unattainable
save from a flour of the rich
glutinous wheat from which
Union Flour is made.
Price $1.40 a Sack.
To be had only at
lYiliw Department Sloro.
is as much a mat-
tor of expression
as regularity of
formed fa.ee with
is less nttrac
tive than n
plainer one lit up
with life and ani
to be "attractive
should bo llfelik"
and nnimated. We
mako them so, by
our skill in posing
and putting sitters
at their ease.
Notic of Election.
Notice is horeby given that a general
Election will bo held in the City of
North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska
on tho 4th day of April, 1911, between
the hours of 9;00 a. m. nnd 7:00 p
for election of a
Ono Councilman from the
Ward, . .
One Councilman from the Second
Two Councilmen from "tho
Ward, short and long term,
Two Councilmen from tho Fourth
Ward, short and long term,
Two Members of the School Board
for the School District of the City of
North Platte, for the term of three
Also tho following proposition
shall be submitted:
"Shall tho City of North Platte issue
its bonds in the sum of $15,000 in de
nominations of $1,000.00 each,, dated
July, 1st, 1911, duo in 20 years from
date, but payuble at any time after the
end of ton years at the option of said
city, to draw interest at the rate of five
per-cent per annum, payable semi
annually; principal and interest nnvabl
at the fiscal agency of tho Stnto of
Nebraska in tho City of New York
oaia uonus to e used ior tne nurnot.
of obtaining money with which to
eroct a city hall to accommodate tho
city olucers and city records, th
lire department and firo apparatuses
and tho pollco department. And
shall tho proper officers be author
ized to levy and collect a tax annually
in mo manner as otner municipal taxoB
may uo loviea ana collected In an
amount sufficient to pay the interest
and the principal on said bonds as thoy
mature, in auamon to tuc sum uuth
orized to bo levied in Section 82, Ar
ticle 3, Chapter 13, Compiled Statutes
of tho btate of Nebraska for the year
1900, on all tho property within Bald
city, as shown and valued unon the as
fsessment rolls of the assessors of said
city, bald bonds to be nugotiablo
The polling places will bo at the hose
housea In each ward, except t'o Second
ward, which shall bo at the County
Dated this 21at day of March, 1011.
(Sgd) Tuos. C. Pattkhson, Mayor,
Smilea, Similibiu, Cwraalw.
A like remedy will cure a like
diseascr-as a remedy which hns
the same symptoms, or produces
the same in tho well, will cure
those in the sick, and witlr na
ture's help will cure quicker than
any other, and with less expense
to tho human 'economy. This
system of medicine has at its
command anything in tho realm
nf cure, such as electricity in any
form, tho Vibrator, Massage,
Hyrotherafcnties. Therefore the
correctness of choosing this line
of treatment, father than whims
with a single borrowed idea.
For out of town patients and nil
thoso Interested: rooms furnished
when desired, for confinement,
medical nnd tho necessary surgi
cal cases. Trained nurses in
Dr. J. S. Twinem,
Medical and Surgical Practicioner
I GEO. D. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon,
5 Office ovor McDonald Bank.
3 Tkn,, I Office 130
J Phones Rc3ldcnco 11B
JOE B. REDFIELD, M. D.
Physlclaa and Surgeon.
Day nnd night calls promptly answered
Ullice r. b. Hospital, i'nono WZ.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Ilpmeopftthlc PhyilcUn and Surgeon
Special attention orlron to conflno-
monts and children's diseases,
Ofllco l'hono 183 Ros. PUono:283
Odlco McDonald Stato Hank IMdV
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
Doctors Ames & Ames.
p Physicians and Surgeons,
U Office over Stone Drug Co. CA
8 PlinB. 1 Office 273 8
4 Phone9 Residence 273
F. J. BRQKKESR,
Wc havo recently installed a French
Dry Cleaner for Men 8 and Ladies
apparel ot all classess, and we
tSuarantec satisfactory work. We
aro also tailors and know how to
We carry samples of doods and
make clothes of all kinds to order.
insuring lirst-class workmanship
and perfect ht.
TIiIb picturo represents a man who
recolved a box of our cigars for a gift
That ho was pleased can bo noted by
his wide smile. You will be-equally
tm-useu wim our cigars, wnetnor you
uy ono for a nicklo or dime.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
and Cabinet Work
Also Wood Turning, Picture FraiaiHg
Room Moulding, aed Window
Screens a Specialty.
Shop 107 East Fifth.
NOTIOR FOR PURMOATION,
Donartment 0f tlm Interior
U, a. Land Olllco at North 1'lalto.Nob,
Mar 7th. 11)11
MoNec , of North Platte. Nebraska, who
y el''. IW . irado Uomostoad entry
northeast quartor and aouHi halt northwest
viumiv. ui mi-nun at, lonnsnip in, norm
Meridian, has tiled notlco of Intention Ytu
mako ilnal Ave voir nroor. to outahlUh
claim to tlio land above described, boforo
tho i llealster and ltecolver at North Platte,
uiiimo ivumay oi may, mil.
.Claimant namoH as wltnpxsem n&viil
Macomber. James llochan. W. W. (Jrovna. all
, i . " r""i?tu' waiter Jieaucuamp,
nl'fl J E Evans. Itcglstor,
NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION.
TO the Electors of the city of North Platte: '
Notlco is hereby eiven that at the annual election held in the city of North'
Platte, on the 4th day of April, 1911, the following proposition shall bo sub
mitted to tho electors of said city, viz:
"Shall tho Citv of North Platte issue ita bonds in tho BUm
of $15,000.00, in denominations of $1,000.00
years from date, but payable at any.time aitor mo enu or ion years, at tne ppuon
of Bald city, to draw Interest at the rato of fivo per cent per annum, pnyablo Bcml-
annually, principal and interest payaoic at tno nscai agency oi tne oioto oi Ne
braska In tho City of New York. Said bonds to be used for tho purpose of ob
taining money with which to erect a city hall to accommodato the city officers
and city records, the firo department and fire apparatuses, and the police
department. And shall tho proper officers
i tax annually in tho same manner as otner municipal taxes may De lev
ed and collected, in an amount sufficient to pay tho interest and principal of
said bonds as they mature, in addition to
tion sz, Article 3, Chapter 13, complied
tho year 1909, on all the property within
assessment rolls of tho assessors of said
The ballots to bo used at said election shall havo printed thereon:
Issuing S15.000.00 of the bonds of tlio City of North Plntto for tho purpose
of erecting a city hall to accommodate the city officers and city record, firo
department and firo apparatuses, nnd the police department, and for levying
and collecting a tax annually to, pay the
Tnm.lriratli: AAA AA C tl,. T-V. nLli S .1
erecting a city hall o accommodate the city officers and city records, fire depart
ment and firo apparatuses and police department, and against levying and col
lecting a tax annually to pay the interest nnd principal of said bonds as they
Section 2. Those votiner in favor of
with an (X) af terjthe paragraph beginning:
oi tne city or XMortn i'lntte. Thoso voting against Bald proposition shalL-mark
their ballots with an fX) nfter the nnrntrrnnh betrlnn nrr AHATNRT (Ranlntr
$15,000.00 of tho bonds of tho city of North
Dated this 14th day of March, 1911.
Attest: (Signed) Chas. F. Temple,
DR. A, A. WARD,
Ofllco: Hotel Tlmmcrman.
Special attention given diseases ot
women and emergency surgery.
James W. Potter, otherwise J. W.
Potter. Gcorire M. Potter, otherwise
Georgo N. Potter, Eva D. Potter, Clyde
W. Potter and Hazel Potter non-resident
defendants will take notice that on
the 14th day of March. 1911. Emma J.
Turpio and Mabel W. Turpie, filed tholr
certain petition in tne Ulatrlct court of
Lincoln county. Nebraska, the obiect of
prayer of which said petition aro to
quiet tho title of tiie Plantiff, Emma J.
Turpie, in tho Wc4t Half and of tho
Plaintiff. Mabel W. Turpie, in tho east
half of thatcertain tract of land BitUate
in Lincoln county, Nebraska, and des
cribed as follows: All that portion of
Section nine (9), in township Thirteen
(13). north of ranee thirty (30) west
of the 6th p. m. lying south of tho
south channel of the South Platte river
and cast of the public road now inter
secting Bald section nfno (9), in a north
erly and southerly direction, against
the defendants and each of them; and
for a decree findincr that the defendant.
James W. Potter took title to the Bald
described lands by warranty deed from
tne union r acme rauroaa company in
tho name of J. W. Potter and the de
fendant George M. Potter took the title
to said lands by warranty deed "from
James W. Potter In the name of George
N. Potter; and that at the time of
the execution of said deed to George
N. Potter, the defendant, James W.
Potter was an unmarried man: nnd thnt
Cyrus N. Streetor was a duly author
ized Justice of the Peace of Eaton
County, Michigan, and qualified under
tno laws or tne state of Michigan to
take tho acknowledgment of Bald James
W. Potter to said deed: and for a decree
quieting the title in the plaintiffs against
the defendants, Clyde W. Potter and
ilazel rotter, against the sale of said
described lands by Eva D. Pottor,
cuardian of Clvdo W. Potter and Hazel
Potter, minors, nnd the proceedings of
ana prior to said sale; and lor decree
finding that the notice of the order to
show cause upon the application of said
guardian was published for the required
length of time nnd in tho manner
directed by the court and as providedd
by law and that tha day Bet for tho
hearing thereof was duly adjourned by
the court; and that tho notice of the
sale in said proceedings by said guard
ian, was published for the required
length of time nnd in the manner
provided by law: and that said sale
and the proceediags therefor wero in
all respects due and regular; and
that the said defendants, Clyde W.
Potter and Hazel Potter are precluded
and estopped from claiming any inter
est in said premises, by reason of any
defects or irregularities in said guard
ian's sale, for tho reason that said de
fendants nave attained their majorities
and at said timo did make full and com
plete settlement with their guardian
and said guardian has long since been
dis-harg;d: and that tho praceeds from
said sale of said minor's interests were
reinvested for their use and benefit and
they have had tho use and benefit of
saidproceeds up to the time of the said
settlement with the said guardian; and
that said defendants aro barred by the
Statutes of Limitations of the state of
Nebraska from claiming any interest in
said premises, by reason of any defects
or irregularities in said guardian's salo
and proceedings prior thereto, that
that certain mortgage made and execu
ted by tho defendants as part of the
consideration for said premises upon
said guardian's sale and taken in tho
name of the defendant, Eva D. Pottor,
was as a matter of fact taken by said
Eva D. Potter in her capacity as said
guardian; nnd for such other and
further relief ns justice and equity
You and each of you nre required to
answer said petition on or before tho
24th day of April, 1911 or your default
will bo taken in said cause and decree
rondercd against you as in said petition
Notice For Publication.
William Ryan will take notice, that
on tho 2l8t day of February, 1911, Wm
C. EIdSr, County Judge In and for Lin
coln County, Nebraska, issued an order
of attachment for the Bum of $50.70 in
an action pending boforo him, wherein
John F. McAbee is plaintiff, and William
Ryan, defendant, and that property of
the defendant, consisting of wages due
him. in the hands of tho Union Pacific
Railroad Company, a corporation hav
ing ita place of business in Lincoln
County, Nebraska, has been nttached
under said order. Said cause was con
tinued to the 24th day of April, 1911.
John F. McAdee, Plantiff.
By M. E, Crosby, His Attornoy.
each, dated July 1st, 1911, duo in 20
bo authorized to levy nnd collect
tho sum authorized to bo levied in Sec
statutes oi tne state ot Neorasica tor
said city, ns Bhown and valued upon tho
city. Said bonds to be negotiable in
intorest and principal of said bonds as
said nronositlon shall mark thnir hnllota
FOR Issuing $15,000.00 of the bonds
(Sinned! Tuos. C. Patterson.
WILLIS J. REDFIELD, M. D.
Surgeon, Pbysiciaa, Consultant.
Office Physicians and Surgeons Hospita
Phones: Office 642, Residence 644.
, Tho unknown .heir of Thomas Lowo.
docoasod. will take notlco that on tho 6th
day of January. 1911. Martrarot J. Uundy.
plaint Iff heroin filed her petition In the dis
trict court of Lincoln county. Nebraska,
against tho nald defendants Impleaded with
Union Pacific railroad company, a corpora
tion, tho object and prayer of which said
petition aro to nulet tho title to lot eight In
block clchtr-fivo ot tho original town of tho
city of North I'latto. In tho plaintiff heroin,'
Margaret 3 Ilmidr. aw against tho said de
fendants, tho unknown lielrn of Thoms
Lowo, deceased, and tho Union Pacific rail
road company, and to enjoin said defendants,
tho unknown heirs of Thomas Lowo. de
ceased, from assorting or claiming any right,
title or Interest In or lo said lot eight In block
clghtr-flvo nd lrofii Interfering with tho
possession of tho pUlnttlT In tho same, and
for gcnoral caxltablo relief.
You are required to answer Bald petition on
or bofo'o tho 27th day of March. 11)11.
. . . .a Maiioahet J. 11 UNI) v,
ny wucoxac iiauigan uer Attorneys.
In Tho District Court of Lincoln County,
In tho mattor of tho Application of John i
Oacdke, Guardian of Egcert Martens, on In-
competent Iperson, for leave to sell real
' ordek. 1
On reading and filing tho petition duly i
vorlfledby John Oardko. Guardian of tho f
porson and estate of Eggcrt Martens, an In
compotcnt for license to sell tho following
doxcrlbcd ral estate to-wlt: Tho Southeast
Quarter (8KM) of tho Northeast Quarter 4
(NEU) tho East Half (Etf) of the Southeast i
Quarter S;W) and tho Southwest Quorter t,
(SWH)of. tho Southeast Quarter (HEM) of
Kcctlon Twentythreo 03), Township Ten (10) ,
North, Itange Thlrtr-ono (31) west of tho 6th i
purpose of raising funds for tho maintenance
ot said Egcert Martens. D
And It appearing from tho said petition that
tha said real estate constat of a quarter sec-
Ion ot land In Lincoln County, Nebraska, k
from which the lncomo dorlvcd does not
oxceed $5.00 per year: .
It Is theroforo ordered that tho noxt of kin J
ot said Eggort Martens, and all persons Inter-
osted In said onato appear before mo at I"
Chambers In tho Court Uouso. In tho City of
North Taltto. Nobraska. on tho 21st day of 5,
April. IIUl, at 0 o'clock a. ni.. to show ' cause f
If any there bo. why lhoiiso should not bo I
granted to, said John Gaodke, guardian, f
to soil said real cstato for tho pur-
poses above sot forth .
It Is further ordornd that n. rnnv nt this
order ho pereouolly served on all persons 9
interested In said cstato at least fourteen :
days boforo tho dato sot for tho hoaring, and ?
published onco onch week for four successive I
weoks. In tho North I'latto Tribune, printed '
and published In said County of Lincoln
, Dated at Chambers In said Lincoln County, 1
this Wth day of March. 1011. r
, , . , It. M. Grimes, ',
m21-4 Judgo of the District Court. '
In tho County Court of Lincoln county. No- 5
braka. Mar. 17th, 11)11. i.
In tho matter of the cstato of Mary E. "
Notlco Is horeby given, that the creditors f.
of said docoasod will moot tho Administrators
otBald estate, boforo the County Judgo of "
Lincoln county, Nobraska, at tho county "
court room In said county, on tho 18th day of
April, 1911. and on tho 18th day of October.
1911, at 0 o'clock a. m. each day, for tho pur- '
pose of prosonting tholr claims for oxnmlna--tlon.
adjustmont and allowance Six months '
are allowed for creditors to present their '
claims and ono year for tho Administrator to"
Bottle said estate, from the 14th day of.:
Mor 1911. This notlco to bo published for '
eight succosslvo issues In tho North I'latto ',
I'latto Tribune, a legal nowspapor published
in said county
or to Apr.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Sorlal No. 02815.
Department of tho Interior.
U. S. Land Olllco at North I'latto. Nob.
.. . . i , , March 8. 1011.
Notice is hereby gl von that Georgo J. Long
ot North Platte. Nob., who. on April 21. lXi.
we homestead ontry No. 21829. sorlal No -IKblfl.
for southwest quarter. Soc 20. Twd. 11.
N. It.29 W of the 6th Principal Morldlanas
filed notice of Intention to mako dual live
year proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, boforo the Itcglsterand lto
dsrVilwwil ' Nebraska, on tho 8th
Claimant ' names as wltnossos! Georgo ,
lK.0?0 ptt0.8n' ..Curls Schick ond .
V ' ui norm none. Nob. i
ni7-u J. E. Evans. Upirimnr
J. E. Evans. Ucglstor.
Notice for Publication.
Sorlal No. OlOUO-OSOtiO.
Department of the Interior.
TJ. S. Land Olllco at North Platte, Nob.
n?.100!.1!8 boroby given that ChHs78chck.of
North I'latto. Nob,, who on May 28. iiioi.
mado Uomostoad Entry No. l93t), Serial No.
01WJO. for BH NRX. ami SM NWf. and ol
JunuSoth. 1901. mado Homestead Entry No
2U231 Sorlal No. UWutf. for NK N W. NK NE$:
and 6H. all la Section. !W, To wnghlnl 1 n
range w. tv or tno sixth principal morldlan
has filed notice of Intention to make final
five year proof, to establish claim to the
land abovp doscrlbed. before i thaReStJf?l
ana lccccivor at North l'lat to Nebraska t .
on tho 9th day ot May. 1911. raska, . ,
tfl film a tit. nam no 2
I'urtir. Jess Lonir, . Samuol Hawkins, l&nk
Btool all of NortllUtto. Nobraska. .
. m Sorlal No. U4MI.
Notice for Publication-Isolated Tract.
Public I.anil Mnlri "
tt o nePrtSJntof tho Interior, ?
U. 8. Land Olllco at North Platte. Nobf
Notlco Is h-reby .given that.Ma5 d'lrocted'by '
tho Commissioner of the Gonoral Land Olllco-"
under provisions of Act of Congress nn-
9ii. aVthl. onlco. th.'"1ol ?wfi?4e,YbV&
landi EH of SEW of Section e, towns bin 15 n
llangeao. W. of th Principal Mer"dIaS ' "
J. E Evans