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Semi -Weekly Tribune
Ira L. Bare, Editor and Pabliiuer.
Ono Year by Matt in advauco $1.25
One Year by Carrier in advance $1.60
Eatorod at North Platte, Nebraska, Post
office as Second Class Matter,
Local and Personal.
Mrs. Mothersaid, of Wallace, is vislt-
hcr son Attorney James Mother
and Mrs. C. M. Hayden and
TUESDAY, NOV. 5, 1912.
Local and Personal
' Rev. McDald left yesterday forTryon
to spend a couplo of dnys.
F. C. Piolsticker spent tho latter part
of the week in Wallace visiting rela
tives. The city council will moot tomorrw
evening in the lecturo room of the
Miss Isa Murphy returned la3t even
ing from a short visit with her sister
Mayor T. C. Pattorson has recovered
from a week's illness and was able to
take up his ofllce duties yesterday.
Mies Lois Payne returned Saturday
evening from a week's visir with friends
nt,Cliaptnan, Grand Island and Glcnviile.
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Miller loft yes
terday afternoon for Denver whero the
former, who recently resigned the
managership of the Pacific Hotel, has
accepted a position.
Dr. Foote, of Omaha, is expected
hero tomorrow to perform an operation
upon the infant son of Mr. and Mr?.
Clyde McMicheal. The oporation will
be to remove a growth on the brain.
William Johnson, of Brady. William
Dymond, of Hershcy, H. D. Lowis, of
Maxwell, and It. C.Selby, of Somerset,
woro in town yesterday transacting
business with the county commissioners.
John Keith, of Los Angeles, arrived
in town yesterday and will remain for
a few days visiting friends and trans
acting business, lie has not fully re
covered from his accident a coupto of
months ago and usos a cane in walking.
Regular monthly mooting of the
Board of Directors of tho Chamber of
Commerce will bo hold in the lecturo
room of Alio library building Wednes
day evening. Remember tho Cth at
8 o'clock. The membership genorally
are urged to be present at these meet
ings and lond their support to tho work
that is being carried on by tho
Mr. Homer Leo Oldfather and Miss
Mildrpd Emelia Larson woro married nt
tho home of tho bride in Gothenburg,
Thursday, Oct. 31, 1912. Tho groom Ib
a prosperous young farmer of this vicin
ity and at ono timo was in tho butcher
business here, Tho bride is tho daugh
ter ofMro. S. P. Anderson, of Gothen
burg, and was until recently employed
at tho Brady tolophono exchange. They
will bo at home to their friends after
Nov. 15th on tho groom's farm south
of here. Brady Times.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hayden and
daughter Florence are spending this
week with town friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Smith were called
to Grand Island Sunday by the illness
of the let.er's brother.
Rolfe Hnlllgan will leave tomorrow
evening for Lincoln to attend tho wed
ding of a former college friend.
Mrs. Jamos E. Sobastian roturned
Saturday evening from Chuppell where
she visited her parents for several days.
Misses Hazel and Helen Smith re
turned last evening from Cheyenne,
where they visited friends sinco Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. McMinn, of Kearney,
who wore guests of Rev. and Mrs. 11.
B. Favoright left yesterday afternoon
Saturday foronoon seven freight cars
were piled up in the Grand Island yards
as tho resultof a broken journal. About
200 feet, of track was torn up.
Miss Alta Hoy, of Garfield, who was
tho guest of town friends last week
loft Sunday aftornoon for Davenport,
In., to visit her brother nnd other rela
tives. Joe Mahafcy, who had a bad mixup
with a wild bull during tho celebration
nt Stapteton last month, is in town
visiting relatives and friends. He still
G. E. Ruiber traveling representative
of the Hnrtman Cigar Factory was
called to Keokuk, In., lust week oy the
serious illness of his wife who recently
submitted to an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean returned to their
homo in Gothenburg yesterday aftor
noon. The latter was discharged last
week from tin St. Luke's hospital
where she had been taking medical
treatment for some time.
Tho precipitation last month as re
corded by the local weather bureau was
1.12 inches, which is two one-hundredths
of an Inch less than the average for
the month. In October, 1011, the rain
fall was 3.CG inches, which was the
hoaviest for tho month In fifteen years.
Last month was two dogrces warmer
daily than tho average October.
A Washington dispatch to the Omaha
World-Herald says that Senator Norris
Brown of Nebraska is mentioned in re
ports emanating from tho white house
as ono of a dozen staunch republicans
on whom the choice for vico president
might tall when tho national committee
meets on November 12 to fill tho va
cancy caused by the death of Vice
Dennis Kelly age thirty-eight died
Sunday morning at his homo north of
Birdwood. Doath was due to dropsy,
tho decensed having been i'l several
weeks To mourn him are loft his
mother and t;wo brothers who reside at
Birdwood ond a sister Miss Maggie
Kelly formerly of this city. Funeral
services were neld this morning at St.
Patrick's church conducted by Rev. Mo
Daid nnd interment made in the Catho
lic cemetery. Mr. Kelly hnd ongnged
in farming for a number of years nnd
was well known in this city.
Stock feeders from tho eastern part
of the state have been in this section
buying up hay. As they purchase for
their own use they are paying a shade
higher than the regular shippors can
afford to pay. Tho ruling price for hay
this Week is around seven dollars per
$S Per Acre.
This is tho Cheap Land Man.
Have a Talk With Me.
Fifty full sections thrown on tho market
by this big cattle company reducing their
ramie. From tti to $7 per acre. I will sell
you 040 acres for $1,009 cash, balance) five
years at 0 per cent Interest. I can locate
you from 0 to IB miles from Brady, Nebr.,
and only 23 miles cast cf North Pratte,
In the best com, wheat, rye and oats belt,
nnd lots of grass. Start In rattle do not
pny high rent get a homo of your own.
This opportunity knocks at your door but
Main Offico-Q. A. WEST, Secy and Trcai,
Ity Exchange Bldg, Milwaukee, Wis.
General Manager's Offlco-W. P. BRYAN,
Local Salesman's Office
C. B. Schleicher,
Have You Plumbing Troubles?
Is there need for repairs every fow
days? Is your , .bathroom modern and
luxuriantly cdmfortnble? Are tho
kitchen arrangements convenient and
sanitnry? If not, f
Send For Osr Plumber.
Not only aro. ,voJlexperts at repair
work, but there wijj bo little need for
repuirs if we .install your plumbing.
You'll bo surprised atour fair estimates
if you "talk prfce'Jlwith us.
R. F. 'STUART,
Shop Phon 69., Res. Phone G83
Corner eUtlfand Locust.
Does' the Wash Woman Come to Your House?
Here is What She Costs You.
Ono days wages for washing $1.25
Ono days wages for ironing-' 1.25
Cost of soap and washing compounds 15
Cost of starch , 05
Cost of bluing. 05
Fuel nnd water 50
Two meala for laundress , 50
Does the Auto Cnll for Your Washing?'
Here is What it Costs You.
25-lbs. rough drSr nt 7c per lb., (more than the average
wash). . . $1.75
Wages for ironing rough dry one-half day " .75
Fuel for one-half day ... .15
, Wo can save you $1.10 per week. There aro 52weeks per
year, 62x$1.10 $57.20
Dickeys9 Sanitary Laundry.
"YOUR BOSOM FRIEND."
Notice is hereby given that on ttie
3rd. day of December, 1012, a special
election will bo held in the School Dis
trict of tho City of North Platte, in the
County of Lincoln, in tho Stato of Ne
braska; tho polling places to bo as
follows: For that portion of said Dis
trict north of the tracks of tho Union
Pacific Railroad Company, at the Hose
House in tho Fourth Ward in tho City
of North Platte. Lincoln County. Ne
braska; for that portion of said District
south of tho tracks of the Union Pacific
Railroad Company and west of Dewey
Street and public road No. G which is a
continuation of Dewoy street, at the
Hoso House in the Third Ward of said
City of North Platte; and for that por
tion of said District south of tho tracks
of the Union Pacific Railroad Company
and east of said Dewey street and pub-
lip road JNo. u, tne same Doing a contin
uation of Dewoy street, at tho Hose
House in tho First Ward in the City of
At which said election the following
proposition will be submitted to the
voters of said School District:
"Shall the School Districtof the City
of North Platte, in the County of Lin
coln, in the State of Nebraska, issue its
negotiable bonus in the sum of $20,000,
00, in denominations $1,000.00 each
dated on tho 1st. day of April, 1913,
bearing interest at the rate of 13 per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
principal and interest payable at the
fiscal agency of tho State of Nebraska
in the City of New York and payable
as follows, to wit: In twenty years
from the dato therof, but may bo paid
at any time after ton years from the
dato thereof ntthe option of tho Board
or Education or said School District.
Said bonds to be issued for the pur
poso of erecting and furnishing one
eight-room school building in tho First
Ward of the City of North Platte, Ne
braska on block 1G8 in said ward.
And shall tho Board of Education of
tho School District of the City of North
Plntte, in tho County of Lincoln,- in the
State of Nebraska, bo authorised to
cause to be levied and collected h tax
nnnuully in an nmount sufficient to pay
the interest and principal of said bonds,
at the name mature, in nddition to the
taxes now authorized to be leviod by
law on all property within tho said
acnooi uismcr. --
Tho ballots to bo used at said election
shall have printed thereon:
"For issuing $20,000.00 of the bpnds
of the school district of tho city of
North Platte, in tho county of Lincoln,
in the stato of Nebraska, for tho pur
noso of orectincr and furnishing one
eight-room school building on block 168
in the First wnrd of tho city of North
Platte, Nebraska, in snid district. Said
bonds to be negotiablo in form and to
boar interest at the rate of five per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
principal and interest paynblo at the
fiscal agency of the stato of Nebraska,
in tho city of Now York and which said
bonds shall bo duo as follows: In twenty
years from the date thereof, but may
bo paid at any timo after ten years
from the dato thereof, at tho option of
tho Board of Education of said school
district; nnd for levying and collecting
a tax annually in an nmount sufficient
to pay tho interest and principal of said
bonds, as the same mature, in addition
to the taxes now authorized to bo levied
by law, on all property within tho said
Office phone 24L.--.Res. phone 217
L. C. ibROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Buifding.
The North Platte
School of Music
The University School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
All tho principal branches of Ap
plied and Theoretical Music taught by
Addre3s all inquiries to 122 W. Front
street or phone BlacK 341.
DR. HARRY MITCHELL,
Telephone Red 456 C05K Dowey St.
North Platte, Nebraska.
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Signet Chapter U. fc. b., I
DR. J. S. TWIPjEM,
Homeopathic Physician andSurgeon
Hospital accommodations. Medical and
surgical attention given obstetrical cases.
Ofllco Phono 183 Kos.'l'hono 283
OiTlco McDonald Stato Hank Dld'e
GEO. D. DENT, ,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office over McDonald. Bank.
i uiuce ihu
Mccta 2nd and 4th Thursday of every I
month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. 1
niTRONIZE THEniT I
iH ' House of Good Shewl-I I
When in North Piaffe.
Motion Pictures. 'Runs Evory
Night. Matinee Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
, IjedfiBld edfiBltf,
WILLIS J. REDFIELD, Surgeon.
JOE H. REDFIELD, Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital" . .
A. J. AMES.
) Residence 115
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ORDER OF HEARING
State of Nebraska, Lincoln County, S. 8.
In tho County Court. October 26, 1912.
In the Matter of the Estate of John
On reading and filing the petition of Charley
Holm, praying that the instrument filed on the
25th day of October, 1912, and purporting to be
tho last will and testament of tho said deceased,
may lie proved, approved, probated allowed and
recorded ns tho last will and testament of the
said John Franzen, deceased, and that the exe
cution of said instrument may bo committed and
the administration of said estate may be granted
to himself as executor.
Ordered, That Nov. 19th, 1912, at 11 o'clock a.
m. Is assigned for hearing Bald petition when all
persons interested In said matter may appear at a
county court to bo hclu In and for said county and
show cause why tho prayer of petitioner should
not bo granted. A copy of this order to bo pub
lished In tho North Platte Tribune, a legal seml
wcekly newspaper for three successive weeks
prior to said date of hearing.
o20-C County Judge.
1 g-?-'p5Hn"yi ( n? i
Y Doctors Ames & Ames, -ft
d Physicians and Surgeons,
y. Office over Stone Drug Co. U
6 Phnnpq I Office 273 g
g Phones j- ReBidenco 273
52 H 1 ? f.fVW2 'I-'! '"-'
Feels Like a Millionaire.
The man who smokes Schmalzried's
cigars is a happy, contented fellow,
one of those whp may havo but a few
dollars in his pocket yet feels as rich as a
millionaire. A good smoke always
brings good feeling, hence there's a
reason for buying Schmalzried-made
The Maker of Good Cigars.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
have formed a corporation, under the" naVnp Of A.
A. Schatz company; said corporation Jibing incor
porated under tho laws of the stato nfiNcbraska
Tho principal place of business of said corporation
shall bo Worth 1'latte, Nebraala. The
place of Uusiness of said corporat'ftn shall be
to conduct a retail store or stores 16r dealing In
general merchandise, hardware, furniture,
plumbing, undertaking and all other legitimate
articles of trado or barter, and forttieJiQlding of
such real cstato as may bo necessary li;lr tho car
rying on of Biich business. The capitalktock shalll
be $10.(100.00 consisting of 100 BhatealOO all
of which shall bo fully paid up befurcV issuing.
Said corporation shall commence on tho .flth day
of October, 1912, nnd continue for jttypnty' years
thereafter.unless sooner discontinued. ' The high
est amount of Indebtedness shall ntjt,cv'ceed two
thirds of the amount of the paid up capital stock.
The alTairR of the corporation shall bo conducted
a board of Directors of not leas thatt'MrV nor more
than five persons, nnd by a president general
manager, vice-president, secretary. &hd treas
Dated nt North riatte. Nebraska.. Oct. 9th
1912 A. A. SCHATZ
Notice of Sale.
To W. W. Vernon and others who may
You nre hereby notified that we shall
offer at public salo and sell to the high
est casli bidder at Z:UU o clock p. m.
central time, on the 9th day of No
vember, 1912, at our storage room in
tho rear of 114 East Front street, in
the city of North Platte, Lincoln coun
ty, Nebraska, the following described
honshold goods, to wit:
1 white iron bedstead, 1 kitchen cab
inet, 1 washing machine, 1 center table,
2 dressors, 1 table, 2 rocking chairs,
4 dining room chairs. .
The proceeds from said salo will be
applied on tho payment of $20.60 stor
age bill, pdvertifiing and selling said
American Investment & Loan Co.
The Old Reliable
When your clothes need pressing,
cleaning and repairing, let the Old Re
liable Tailor do it and do it right. We
havo - been doing this work in North
Platte for thirty years, know how to .
do it and do it the way it should bo
That means satisfaction to you.
F. J. BROEKER.
Entrance north of the Nyal drug store.
Special Terms to Farmers Suffering
Loss of Horses
to nui in relieving
distress cauued by thodoath
of so many bonus and to
'onablo farmers to got In
their JU1 crops, we will
give special terms on Avery
Tractors and Plows In
those districts where tho
disease prevails. Itlsdang
erous to buy other horses
and anyhow. It's less ex
fon!yo nnd far butter the
n the end to reulacu your
horses with an Avery una
or Oil Tractor, It Isn't
subject to disease. It Isn't
Directed by hot weather
and it won't eat up your
crops keeping It through
-, .f ""' . -" iWini El
Power Plowing Outfit
This Avery Tractor his Just tho features you need. It's tho lljht weight only about
tuosn t wastu luel moving useless dead weight.
s with very tittle vibration or noise.
With tho Avery No-Man Self-lift" l'low, you or your boy can run tho entire outfit alone.
You can got Into thu Ald earlier In tho spring or after a ralu. And so simple your boy can
run It. Least gears of any engine, no fan, only one cluch develops wonderful, power is
economical and run
Just think of It, A plow that handles Itself, You savoall the wages and board of nlowman.
This will pay fur an Avery No-Man Self-lift" l'low In a short time. Nohard, bark-breaking
work lifting and lowering each plow by hand levers at the end of the furrow. All you havu
to do Is to run tho Tractor and pull a cord at tho end of tho furrows to engago a clutch and
tho plows lift out .of tho ground by power taken from tho plow wheels.
(let all the facts about the wonderful New Avery Light-Weight Gas Tractor and No
Man "St.lf-I.lft" Plow. For ordinary tliod as well as larger sited farms. It will savo you
expense. It will save you hard work. It will help jou ralsoblggor crops. You don't need
a hired man to help you run It. Ask for complain r ree Avery Tractor and No-Man "Self
Lift" Plow catalog and find out all about this outfit. Write, tclcphqne, or call nt our near
est branch house and Immediate attention will bo given you,
Avery Company, Peoria, Illinois.
BRANCH HOUSES -Kansas City, Omaha. Ucs Moines. Aberdeen, Fargo, drand Forks,
innings, .Minneapolis, oi. lauii,
D. B. McNeel, Agntf North Platte, Nebraska.
"Against issuing $20,000.00 of the
bonds of tho school district of tho city
of North Piatto, in tho county of Lin
coln, in tho Btate(of Nebraska, for the
purpose of orecting and furnlsliing one
eight room school building on block 1C8
in the First ward, of the city of North
Platte. Nebraska, within said district."
Said bonds to bo negotiable in form
and to bear interest at the rate of Ave
per cent per nnnum payable
semi-annually, principal and inter
est Dayable at the fiscal agency of tho
state of Nebraska in the city of Now
York and which said bonds shall be duo
as follows: In twenty years from tho
dato thereof but may be paid at
any timo after ten years from the dato
thereof, at tho option of tho
board of education of said school dis
trict; and against levying and collecting
a tax annually, in an amount sufficient
to pay the interest and principal of
aid bonds, as the same mature, in ad
dition to the taxes, now authorized bv
law, on all property within tho snid
Thoso voting in favor of said propo
sition shall mark their ballots with an
"X" after tho paragraph beginning
"For issuincr $20,000.00 of the bonds of
tho school district of tho city of North
Piatto in tho codnty of Lincoln, in the
stato of Nebraska. '
Those voting against said proposition
shall mark their ballots with an "X"
after the paragraph beginning
"Against issuing $20,000.00 of tho
bonds of tho school district of tho city
of North Piatto, in the county of
Lincoln, in tho stato of Nebraska.''
boiu election to be open at (8) jalght
o'clock a. m. and contiune open until
(C) six o'clock p. m. central timo on
said date. t
Dated this 21st day of October 1912,
By order of tho board of education.
E. T. Tramp, President.
A. P. Streitz, Secretary,
ORDER OF HEARING.
In the county court in and for Lin
coln county, Nebraska.'
In the matter of the estate of John
On reading and filing tho petition
duly verified of Jennie Baker, praying
that the regular administration of said
estate bo dispensed with, and thnfthe
court render a final decree naming the
sole heirs at law of tho same John
Dunlap, deceased, as provided by sec
tions 5202, 5203, 5204, 5205 nnd 5206 of
Cobbey's Annotated Statutes for the
state of Nebraska for the year of 1909.
Ordered, that the said petition be
heard on the 25th day of November
1912, at 9 o'clock a. m., when all per
sons inieresiea in saia matter may ap
pe ar at the county court to be held in
and for said county in the court house
in the city of North Platte, Nebraska,
and show cause, if any therejbe, why
tho praver of the petitioner should "not
This order to bo printed for three
successive weeks in tho North Piatto
Tribune, a legal semi-weekly newspaper
published in said county prior to No
vember 25th, 1912.
Dated October 28. 19i2.
JOHN GRANT, County Judge.
In the county court in and t for Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate ,of John
Hayes, deceased. ',v
On reading and filing the petition duly
verified of Carrie L. Heskettkvpraying
thnt tho regular administration'of said
estato bo1 dispensed with, and -that the
court render a final decree naming the
solo heirs at law of the said Jqhn Hays,
dqcepaed, as provided by Sections 5202,
5203, 2504, 5205, and 250G of Cobbey's
Annotated Statutes of the State, of Ne
braska for 1909.
Ordered, that the said petition be
heard on tho 25th day of November
1912, at 9 o'clock a. m., when all per
sons interested in the said matter may
appear at tho county court to bo hold in
and for said county, in tho cpurt; house
in tho city of North Platte, .Nebraska
and show cause, if any there be, why
the prayer of tho petitioner should not
This order is to bo printed for three
successive wcoks in tho North Platte
Tribune, a snmi-weeklv newsnancr nub-
Jished in said county prior to. November,!
zbtn, iui2. John urant, bounty Judge
Dated October 28, 1912. .
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants.
Nebraska and Kansas Farm Loan Com
pany, non-resident defendant, will take
notice that Ic has beon sued in the Dis
trict Court of Lincoln county, Nebras
ka, by Jennie Baker, plaintiff, the ob
ject and prayor of which suit are to
quiet and confirm title into plaintiff
against the defendant to tho following
deBCiibed lands situate in Lincoln coun
ty, Nebraska, to-wit: Tho southwest
quartor (S W J) of Section thirty-four
(34), Township nmo (9), north of Range
twenty-eight (28) west ot the (5th l'.
M., nnd prays to havo cancelled and
released that certain mortgage made
and executed by one Charles Teter to
said defendant, which said mortgage
is recorded in Book 10 of mortgages at
page 86 of the mortgage records of
said Lincoln county, by reason of the
payment of said mortgage and the run
ning of the statute of limitation of the
state of Nebraska against the same.
You are required to answer said pe
tition on or before tho second dav of
December, 1912, or decree will be taken
against you as in said action priyed.
Dated at North 1'latte, Neb., Octo
ber 14th, 1912.
JENNIE BAKER, Plaintiff,
ol54 By E. H. Evans, her Atty.
ORDER OF HEARING.
In tho county court in and or Lin
coln county, Nebraska.
In tho matter of the estato of Newton
Hart, deceased. r
On rcadincrand filintrthenotillon duly
verified of Jennio Bakor, praying that
regular administration of said estato be
dispensed with, and that tho court ren
der a final decree naming tho sole heirs
at law of tho Baid Newton 'Hart, de
ceased, as provided by sections 5202,
5203,5201. 5205 and 5206 of Cobbey's
Annotated Statutes of tho State of Ne
braska for the year of 1909.
Ordered, that tho said petition bo
heard on tho 25th day of November
1912, qt 9 o'clock a. m., when all per
sons interested in said matter may ap
pear at the county court to be held in
andforsmd county at tho court house in
the city of North Piatto, Nebraska, and
show cause, if any there be, why tho
prayer of the petitioner should not be
This order is to be pnntetl for three
successive weeks 1n Tne North Platte
Tribune, a legal semi-weekly news
paper published in said county prior to
November 25th. 1912.
Dated Oct. 28th, 1912.
o-29-O John Grant, County Judge.
In the Count vConrt of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, Oct. 8. 1912.
In tho matter of the estate of Dorothy
Notlco Is horoby glvon, that tho creditors
of said deceased will moot tho Execu
tor of said estato, beforo tho County Judge
of Lincoln county. Nebraska, at the county
court room In said county.on the 12tU day of
Nov, 1812, and on tho 12th day of May
1913, at 0 o'clock a. m. each day, for tho pur
pose of presenting tlmlr claims for examina
tion, adjustment and allowance. Six months
are allowed for creditors to present their
claims and ono year for tho administrator to
sottlo said estate, from tho 8th Uuy of
Oct, ViU. A copy of this order to bo pub
lished in tho North Platte Tribune a legal
sem! weekly nowspapor published In said
county for four successive weeks prior to
said dat of hearing.
OH-4 JOHN UKANT. County .Tllrtgo
NOTICE FOR I'UIILTOATION.
Serial No. 03782.
Department of tbo Interior.
U. B. Land Ottico at North Platte. Nob.
. , Oct. Uth. 11)12.
Notlco li horeby given that Alexander M.
Gregory, of Somerset, Neb., who. on Mar.
10th. 1P0S mado II. E. No. 23MB3. Serial
No. 03782, for wtf of soU, Sec 18. Township 11.
north. Ranee 30. Y tlth Principal Meridian,
has filed notlco of Intention to mako final
threo year proof, to establish claim to tho
land above described, boforo Reirlstor and
Receiver, at North Piatto, Nob., on tho 11th,
dav of Dec. 1012.
Claimant names as witnesses: Ed. Wilson,
of North Platte. Nobr, George XV Millar, of
Somerset. Ncbt , Amanda Kunklo and Grant
Trlbblo. of North Platte. Nobr
oU-ll J. E. Evans, Register.
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants.
John Beaton, Catherine Beaton, his
wife, and McKinley-Lanning Loan nnd
Trust Company, a corpotation, will
take notice that they have been sued
in the District Court of Lincoln cqunty,
Nebraska, by Walter S. Goldsberry,
plaintiff, the object and prayer of which
suit aro to quiet and confirm in plain
tiff and against the defendants, the
title to the following described lands
situate in Lincoln county, Nebraska,
to-wit: Tho northeast quartor (nej) of
section eight (8), township twelve (12)
north of range twenty-nlno (29) west
of the 6th P. M.. and to ouiet title
against said defendants by reason of
irregularities appearing in the record
of a certain foreclosure suit begun by
ono Carloton E. Mann against tho 'de
fendants to divest said defendants of
their right, title and interest in said
firemisos, and to institute a new and
ndepondent title by adverse possession
in tho plaintiff by reason of the con
tinuous, notorious, peaceable, exclusive
and adverse possession of said des
cribed premises by himiclf and his
grantors for more than ten years last
past claiming as owners thereof and to
declare a certain mortcace held by the
McKinlev-LannlnE Loan & Trust
Company, a corporation, barred by
reason of the running of the Statute
of Limitations against same.
You and each of you aro required to
answer said petition on or before the
2nd day of December, 1912 or judg
ment will bo taken against you as
' 'nr a r mrr o nrT nonpnnv
ByE. H. Evans and Hongland, &
Hoagland, his attorneys. ol5-4
By virtue of nn order of sale issued from tho
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
a degree of foreclosure rendered In said court
wherein 1'ranlc K. Elliott is plalntitr, and Albert
Dobfe, et ul are defendants, and to me directed I
will on the 13th day of November 1912, ot 2
o'clock p. m., at the east frontdoor of tho court
houso In North Platte, Lincoln county, Ne
braska, sell at public auction to tho .highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree. Interests
and costs, the following described property,
to-wit: southwest quarter (swM) section thirty,
four (34) township sixteen (16) range twenty
nine (29) west of tho 6th P. M. In Lincoln county
Dated North Platte, Neb , Oct. 7. 1912.
bS-6 A, J. SALISBURY.
In the matter of the estate of Jacob Meyer,
In the county court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, Sept. 17. 1912.
Notice is hereby given, that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of said
estate, before the county judge of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, at the county court room, In said
county, on the 29th day ot Oct., 1912, and on the
29th day of April, 1913, at 9 o'clock a m. each day
forjhe purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allowance. Six
months are allowed for creditors to present their
claims, and one year for the administrator to
settle said estate, from the 21th day of Sept.
1912. A copy of this order to be published In the
North Platte Tribune, a legal scml-weekly news
paper published In said county for four successive
weeks prior to said dato of hearing.
ol-4 JOHN GRANTCaunty Judge.
NOTICE FOR rUBLICALION.
Serial No. 02H6.
Department of tho Interior,
U. 9. Land Ollice at North Platte, Nebr.
Oct. 16, 1912.
Notlco Is hereby, given that John P. Illn
man, of North Platte, Nebr., who, on July 14,
1901, made II. E. entry No. 20365, Serial No.
02145. for NK8WX.NK SEW, NEW Section
32, twp. 12. N. rge. 31, "west of tho Cth Principal
Meridian, has filed notice ot Intention to mako
final five year proof, to establish claim to tho
land abovo described, beforo the register and
receiver, at North Platte. Nebr., on tho 12th
day of Dec. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses; Arthur Con
nor, Curt Ilinman, Thomas Rogan, Carl Brooder,
all of North Platte, Nebr.
o29- , J. E. Evans, Register.
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