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Semi -Weekly Tribune
Ira L. Bare, Editor and Publisher.
Ono Year by Mail in advnace $1.25
Ono Year by Carrier in advance Ql.fiO
Entered at North Platte, Nebraska, Pofit
odico as Second Class Matter,
TUESDAY, FEB. 4. 1913.
Booster Bob at Lincoln.
Tin Sunday Lincoln Journal contained
M. H. Douglas of North Plntto, nn
onginooi in tho employ of the Union
Paalfic who hns boon connected with
that rood since tho seventies, is in tho
city to urge members of tho legislature
to pasa sonata file No. G3, introduced by
Hoagistyd of Lincoln county, drufted to
compsl automobile drivers to cme to n
full stop with tholr machlno beforo
crossing railway tracks. Tho bill con
templates a jtop not farther tlmn fifty
fret away and not closer than fifteen
foot from the first track. Mr. Douglas
.said after talking to n number o"f legis
lators that tho prospects of the bill
" passing are good.
1 "This Is noLn rnllwnv bill." sntd Mr.
fcpouglasV'Jt Ibi bill favored by om-
Sloytiif. 1rf prwant tho ongineors, con
uJftrs anil trainmen of our division in
urgmgHhtkv I am not a paid lobbyist, I
had a fatyjljyajofc snnre and I came
down hero to dxpinln thr matter to the
Irf&rnnkjjra.Vo want to avoid danger
rvd UiSfitn, rffiit only for those who drivo
. im(os,"tiut far ourselves as well. Tho
railronds arc not opposing this bill, ono
roitson buing that it will not hurt thorn
in nny wnynnd wlllrcduco tho number
Mr. Douglas drovo n passcngot train
engine last summer near Lexington that
atruck an automobile with futal lesult
to ono man in tho auto. In another in
stance ono of tho nxloa boxes on his
ongino was broken when an auto was
driven directly into the engine In both
cases, ho contends, not only woro the
lives of thotfo in the auto endangered
but those on tho engine and on the train
wetu also placed in jeopardy, and pre
vention of such accidents is not within
tho power of the engineer.
"Tho railroads hava spent millions in
an' un"ort to mnlco travel safer and to
make tho work of tho trainmen less
hazardous," Bays Mr. Douglas. "Now
nn outside agency over which the Vail
way and tho employes havo no control
presents a grunt danger. Tho legislature
should recognize that fact."
Attempts of ulthor tho wot or the dry
factions of tho legislature to bring some
of tho liquor bills to tho forefront and
to mako forced alignments on tho basis
of that question will likely not boar fruit
Loastwiso proaont indications point to
that as tho likely course that will bo
followed by the leaders: Tho boliof of
tho latter is that littlo can bo guinod by
drawing tho matter out in that way
and that nn a consequence legislation in
general will suffer by reason of any
thing that might arise.
eg T'.r "I; : ss
Tho Maxwell Tolopost ipse the Tolo
grph in its treatment of tho county
publishing doal;Jnuton"d of offering a
dofonso for tho commissioners' notions
it dovotustho spneo to fin attack on Tho
Tribune editor. As before assorted,
thoro is no dufanso of tho commis
sioners' award; they had nn opportunity
to snvQ tho tax-payers several hundred
dollars and passed it up in order to ro-1
ward their favorites.
The North Platte Tribune begins
volume twonty-olrrht this week. The
Trlbunu is modest and unpretentious,
run very much on tho Old linos of tho
country pnjwr, .but it Is mighty depend
nblti, i)wny reliablo, never sensa
tional, fair and unbiased in-its editorial
Judgment, and nil in nil a very valunblo
. paper pr Us community, Kearney
Noarly.jdfc hundred bills have boon in
troduced in tho lower houso of tlm
Nebraska legislature, which is evidence
hnt tho members, in this particular at
least, are earning thor monoy. "And
iiftor all those Imvtf boon disposed of,"
remarks tlukonrney Hub," tho state
will bo just as far from being 'saved'
' as H Was before tho legislature met,"
Gaaollno has practically doubled in
price since tho automobile camo into
uso, and it is prohablo that tho advance
will continue, To somo extent tho lnw
of supply and demand figures in this
advance,, buttlt will striko tho nvorago
. person that the advance is grantor than
tho increased consumption really war
rants. ' YV. J. Bryan says no attention should
bo paid to the report that ho has been
oiFeroil tho position of secretary of stato
uriiloTProsldeiit YVilson; but it is noticed
'thafc'he dfios not positively dony tho ro
Jan. 28, 1013
Board mot pursuant to adjournment
sen and county clerk.
uiatm or Joun iveuy, mus
poor allowed an xrowm
Supported by MIsb Adclla Nlckerson
and a Splendid Company, in his Now Play
I lie KigM of Way
Sir Gilbert Parker's Wonderful Story
Dramatized by Eugene Presbrey.
Special Scenery, Wonderful Electrical
and Elegant Costumes.
A Guaranteed Attraction.
Secure your seats early now on sale at box office
Prices $1.00, 7Se and SO Cents.
trict 32 arc hereby checked, find duo
county the sum of 1.35, treasurer's re
ceipt heroby acknowledged and settle
Tho board hereby appoints Nona
Marcott assistant to county superinten
dent for nine months at n salary of
fifty dollars por month.
Now on this 28th day of January,
1913, nt n regular session of tho Board
of County Commissioners in and ftr
Lincoln county, Nebraska, present Geo
W Roberts, D B White and F W Hor
mlnghnuscn, commissioners, tho mat
ter of tho communication -of W B
Howard, auditor of public accounts of
the stato of Nobrasko, in regard to tho
Biidwood district bonds, voted by sold
precinct on tho 9th day of April 1912,
and dated May 1, 1912, nnd numbered
one to fifteen inclusive, in the sum of
1,000.00 each, came on for consideration,
nnd tho Board of County Commissioners
finding that said bonds aro illegal, in
this, that bond numbers ono, two, throe
four, and five mnturo prior to ten years
from thoir date, whereas tho law pro
vides that they shall mnturo not less
ten nor more than twenty years from
tho dato thereof, and that tho proposi
tion was so submitted to the votors of
Birdwood precinct, ami thatsaid auditor
has for that reason ro fused to register
the Same, and for the further reason
that said bonds aro designated as
"Birdwood District Bonds" and should
havo bgop boon designated as "Biid
wood Precinct Bonds," thorofore, bo it
resolved, considered, adjudged nnd
oidored by tho Hoard of County Com
missioners, that said bonds be not
Issued, nnd that tho namo bo destroyed
by burning the same, nnd1 'said bonds
having been brought before tho said
commissioners by C W Yost, county
clerk of Lincoln county, Nobrnskn, said
bonds nro placed in the stovo in the
county commissioners office at tho
court house in the city of North Platte,
in said county, by L. E. Uoach, and n
flro burning in said stovo, nro.burnod
in tho presence of GtfO W Roberts,
B White, P W Hormlngauson, C
Yost, county clerk, and Geo E Prosser
and L E Roachwitnesses.
Whitnessos; Goo. E. Pressor and L.
Attest: C. W. YoBt, county clerk. -
Signed, G. W. Roberts, D. B. White
nnd Pv W. Hormlnghnuson, board of
county commissioners of Lincoln county,
Board continued checking booka of
county trcrTsurcr and "ndjourunod to
Jan, 9, 1013.
G Yv Yost, County Clerk.
January 29, 1913.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present Roborts, White, Herming
rhausen and county clerk
Books of W. L. Chnutssoo, overseer
district CI nro hereby chocked, find
bnlnnca duo him of 9.00, which claim is
hereby allowed on said road district, nnd
Claim of Wm. Sherman, bridgo work
allowod on bridgo fund for 20.00
Continued checking books of trensurer
and adjourned to Jan. 30, 1913.
C. W. Yost, County Clerk.
Myrtle and Vicinity,
Tho posaofllco inspector won at
Myrtlo Tuesday examining tho books
of tho rotiriug postmaster 1). McNicol.
Miss Hazel Pittmun is on tho sick
J. C. Askwlg will hold n public Bale
From tho largo number of families
moving to North Platto it would scorn
that tho lure of tho city is very Btrong,
but wo are wondering how long it will
bo until it is "bnck to tho farm" again.
Mrs. Travis Jensen of Tryon is tho
guest of E. C. Allison's this "week.
Miss Florence .V-p return-Kit'
Hunt-Inn whirOIU mo .. f"
tlie pn-""" iiuiiy to
Jl.you know best. I shall do
tyaro to mako hqr fool nt home.
Js as nrotty as a flower."
To tills Qeorgo UKrced, but not vcr
hally. The stoamcr weighed anchor at six
High Class Attraction.
Crowded Houses Everywhere.
Askvvig ranch for tho ensuing year.
The mot successful snle of the sea
son was hold at tho farm of P. D. Tat
man'8 last Tuesday. Tho day was ideal
for tho occasion nnd a crowd of at least
200 were there to seo that tho snle went
as it shou'd. Col. Watts of North Platte
was at his host and conducted the snle
in a wny thit drew tho crowd into bid
ding and every tiling sold high nnd fast
irom mo start to lmisli. Kay C. Lang
ford as clerk also figured high in the
game being well known and a straight
business man. It has been proven it
pays to havo an auctioneer.
NORTH PLATTE VITNESSES.
The Names of North Platte Persons
Familiar to AH.
Who arc tho witnesses?
They nro North Platte people.
Residents of North Plntto who have
had kidney backache, kidney ills, blad
der ills,; who have usod Doan's Kidney
Pills. These witnesses endorse Doan's.
One North Platte resident who spoaks
J. M. Harpor, 409 Dewey St., North
Plattf, Neb., says: "I hail occasion to
uso Donn's Kidney Pills for kidney
trouble when livinrr in Craston. Iowa.
and found thern to bo a splendid kidney
remedy. They removed pains across
my back which had troubled me groatly.
They nlso strengthened my kidnoys and
regulated tho pnssnges of the kidney
secretions. I do not hesitate to rpc
ommmend Doan's KWney Pills, pro
cured nt McDonell & Graves' Drug
stpro (now Schiller & Co's.)
For snlo byall doalors. Price 50 cents.
Postor-MllburnCo., Buffalo, New York,
solo agouti for the United Statos,
Remember thoJ name Doan's and
take no other.
Referees 's Sale.
By virtue of an order of sale issued
in the district court in and for Lincoln
county, Nebraska, on tho 31st dnv of
i January, 1913, in an action or partition
wherein Krancis I. Nightingale is plain
tiff nnd Roy C. Nightingale. Raymond
A. Nightingale, a minor, Zena Oliyo
Snider nnd Mnnon I. Snider, hr. hua
bnnd and William Smith, aro defen
dant, I will sell at public auction at
the east front door or tho court houso in
tho city of North Platto, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, on tho 8th dny of March,
1913, at tho hour of ono o'clock p. m.,
tho following described real estate,
situnte in Lincoln county, Nobrnskn, to
wit: west half of northwest quarter
and west half of southwest quarter of
section 21, township 9, range 80, woot
of tho Gth p. m.
The torms'of said salo will bo cash in
Datod nt North Plntto. Nebraska,
this 31st day of Jnnunry, 1913.
f-l-B O. rCJiLDEH, Referee
order op hearing ok -ttr on kou ap-
In tho Comity Court.
Jn tho matter of tho ottnto of Byron L.
Tha Btuta of Nebraiku. Lincoln County, 88.
On reading un 1 Wins tho utltinn of Allco C.
Robtnaon, i-raj Iiik thnt remilar rulmlnlntrrttlon of
alii rotate may be waived an provldwl by Sec
tlonu sm, X i, S. (1. Cobbey'B Slutiilua f 1911,
Onlcrod. That Feb. 25, 19U, at D o'clock in tho
forenoon la mslunnl for henring saM poti tion.whcn
all persona InUrobtuI In wild matter may appear
ut u county com t to bo hc-M in nnd for wild
county, nml show oouuo'wliy prayer of pctitiontr
hnuld not bo Krnntoil.
Thla order to bo printed for tlir jtucref lvo
wen in tho North Platto Tribune a Utrul semi
uenkly nowapnper ;iubllihul In Lincoln county,
N.'brabku, prior to Kcb 25, l')13,
f3-3 JOHN UUANT, County Jutl.
Bring in your harness and
snddloa and havo them fixed
up' and oiled. Spring rush
will soon be hero and your
hnrncss will not bo in repair.
Bring them in soon nnd give
us a trial,
Forstedf & Sheedy
Of tho Best Quality.
. ALDEN, Salesman,
The North Platte
School of Music
FFILIATED WITH 4
The .University 'School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
All thi principal branches bi Ap
plied and Theoretical Music taught by
Addrc3s nil innuirios to 122 Yvi. Front
street or phone BlncK 341.
Office phono 211. Rob. phone v217
L. C. DROST, '
North Platte, - - Ncu'rnsku.
McDonald Bnnk Building.
DR. HARRY. MITCHELL
Tclophono Red 410 606M Dewoy St.
North Platto, Nebraska.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Hospital accommodations. Medical and
surKical attention. Klvon obstclriqnl cases.
Olllco Phono 18.1 Res. I'lmne 2c3
Olllco Mi-Donald Statu Hank Rld'n
4'-i-V't'iji-4 4'V'S; i-i-t t-4. ifi-
S GEO. B. DENT,
2 Physician and Surocon, i
Offico over McDqnald Bank. ,
Phones 1 Office 180 '
J 1 nones JBeByencelie ;
with cigars made by Schmalzried, and
you will always bo a friond to them.
In their making only the bost tobacco
is used, they aro well made, and always
give satisfaction. Wo carry a full lino
of tobacco's and smokers' articles.
J. F. SCHMALZRIEn
The Maker of Good Cigars.
The Kind oS Clothes
Prices Right ,
Custom 'made Suit
$20 to $4S
Tailor made Suit.
$25 to $47
ovor McDonald Bank.
Established in 1871.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop Cornor Otli and Vino Streets
NORTH PLATTE, NED.
R. D. Thompson.
Oldest Dank in Lincoln County
North Platte, .Nebr.
We Solicit Your I)uln.
HI 4 (w
Di iedfielil dfield,
Physicians nnd Surgeons,
WILLIS J. IlEDFIBLD, Surircon.
JOE II. RBDFIKLD, 1'hyBlclan.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
u jiarw 'm.iuiMi
Signet Chapter O. E. S.,
NO. 55 !
and 4th Thursday ol every
t Masonic Itull at 7:30 p. tn. 1
I month a
The leading Live Stock and Gen
eral Farm Sales Auctioneer in
Western Nebrosku is
T- F. AVATTS.
Phone Red G30.
Have You Plumbing Troubles?
Is there need for repairs every few
days? la your bathroom modern and
luxuriantly comfortable? Arc tho
hitcher! arrangements convenient and
sanitary? If not.
Send For Our Plumber.
Not only are we oxports at repair
work, but there will be littlo need for
repairs if wo install your plumbing.
You'll be surprised at our fair estimates
if you "talk price" with us.
R. F. STUART,
Shop Phone G9. Res. Phono G83
Corner bUthand Locust.
RONIZE THEnflT B
House of Good .'howSfi 5 H
When in North" Pintle.
ilotion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matinee Saturday After
noon at 2:30 O'clock.
10 CENTS. I
Twenty-five years experience. Satis
faction guaranteed. See or write mo
m'chlO 320 E. 11th St. Njrth Platte
Tho school district Of the city of
North Platte, in the county of Lincoln,
stato of Nebraska.
Sealed bid mil be received by the
underaity -cretury of tho school
distnV 4ity of North Platto, in
the r.r ' t ii.ncoln, stato of Ne
braska; -until '6 o'clock p. m. 17th day
of February. 1913,for ?20,000.00 regis
tered school bonds of said district.
Said bonds will bo issued in denom
inations of SI, 000,00 each, numbered
from ono to twenty inclusive dated.,
April isi, iviii. mature twentv vonrs
wrom date, but payable nt tho option of
uiu insinui. uiicr ten years.
Bonds will bear fivo (5) per cent
interest; payablo semi-annually, on
April 1st and October 1st at the Fiscal
Agency of the stato of Nebraska, Now
All bids must bo accompanied by a
certified check for $500.00 made pay
nblo to F. L. Mooney, treasurer of said
district. The right Is reserved to re
ject nny or all bids.
Done by order of tho Board of Edu
cation this fith day Janunry 1913. s
A. F. Stkeitz. Secretary.
NOTICE KOU I'UIILIOATION.
Pepirtuioiitof ljo Interior.
U. 8 Luid Olllco at North Platte. Nob
'an ."itli. 1H3
Notice Ishoreliy clven that Will O. Mister,
of North Platte, Nob., who, on No outlier
7th, Ifloa. made Homosteacl Entry Serial
No 07M, for no Hoc 'SI, Township Vi,
north. HniifDiH. W., 6th Prlnclpal-Miirldlan.
haH tiled notlc of Intention to mako final
tltroo rear proof, to Pttabll&h i-lnlm to tho
land olKive described, beforo ItegUter nnd
Receiver, at North Platto, .K i b. on tho Sfiili
day of March, 1013.
Claimant namo.s as witnesses: Oarl
Brooder, John Fowler, Hugh So'wr and Will
Hunter, all of North VUtto. Nobr
x W 0 J. E. Evans. KeKlster.
To George Herbert Box and Ucorglna M. 11.
Box, his wife, non-resident defendants.
You und each of you will hereby take notice
tluit Isaio S. Gaudrenult, plaintiff, filed his peti
tion In tho district court of Lincoln county.
Nebraska, against you nnd each of you in a suit
in which you nro impleaded with Wellllcot Kenl
Estato nnd improvement Company, a corporation,
the object nnd and prayer of which petition nre
to quiet in tha plaintiff against you, title to the
following described lands situate In Lincoln
county, Nebraska, to-wlt: LotB 7 and
8 and the south half of lot 9, In block 7. of the
original town of Wcltfleet, Nebraska, and more
particularly to quiet title against a certain quit
claim deed made and cxiculed by you to lot 7 anil
tho south half of lot 9 In said block 7, on June-a?,'
1907, to one C. F, Hicks and to cure certain appar
ent defects therein and particularly In the ac
You and each of you will make answer to said
petition on or beforo the 3rd day of March, 1913,
or your respective defaults will be taken.
Dated at North Platte, Nebraska. January
Isaik S. GAumEAUr,T. Plaintiff.
J2M By II. E. Evans, his Attorney.
R. E. LOUDEN
The Old Reliable
When your clothes noed pressing,
tnaYnr null tinfllrinfT Inf. fllD Olfl Rfl-
liable Tailor do it-and do it right Wo
have been doing tnis worK in worm
tllntlA fn Kt.f trnnfa 1nnW linU? kt
do it and do it tho way it should bo
That means satisfaction to you.
P. J. BROEKER.
Entrance north of tho Nynl drug store.
.. .. ....
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
Doctors Ames & Ames,
i Physicians and Surncons,
I; Office over Stone Drug Co.
6 Ti,nB Office 273
g Phones Resi(icnco 273
In tho matter of tho estate of MlchaclV1bert
In tho county court of Lincoln county, Ne
braska, January. 24, 1913,
Notico is hereby Riven, that the creditors of
said deceased will meet tho administrator of said
estato beforo tho county judge of Lincoln county.
Nebraska, at the county court room. In sntd
county, on the 25th day of Feb., 1913, nnd on tho
25th day of Aug., 1913, nt 0 o'clock a. m. each day
for the purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, mljustmcrrt and allowance. Six
months aro allowed for creditors to present their
claims, and one year for the administrator to
settle said estate, from the Z-lth day of Feb.
1913. A copy of this order to be published in tho
North Platte Tribune, n lej?nl semi-weekly news
paper published in said county for four successive
weeks prior to February 25, 1913.
J2S-4 JOHN GKANT, County Judge;
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.
Tho State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, bs.
In the County Court. '
In tho matter of tho estato of Carl E.
To the creditors, heirs, legatees, nnd others In
t( rested In tha ostate of Carl E. SchaefTer.
Take notlciv that W. H. Muntrcr. Jr.
has filed in the county court a report of
his doiriKS as administrator of Carl E.
fachacITer estate, and It Is ordered that
the Bamc stand for hearing tho 18th day
of February, A. D., 1913, beforo tho court
at tho hour of 9 o'clock, a. m., at which time nny
person Interested may appear and except to and
contest the same. And notice of this proceeding- la
ordered riven in tho North PlaUo Tribune, a
semi-weekly newspaper, printed in said county
for three successive weeks prior to said dale of
hearing-, February 18, 191.1.
Witness my hand nnd tho seal of the county
court r.t North Platte, Nebraska, this 25th aay of
Jan. A D., 1913.
J28-3 JOHN GRANT. County Judiro
Ity virtue of an order of Bale issued from tho
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
a degree of foreclosure rendered in Bald court
wherein Lincoln county Land Company, a corpor
ation is plaintiff, nnd Viola A. Mrodino
ct nl are defendants, and to mo directed I
will on the 21th day of February, 1913, at 2
o'clock p. m., at tho cast front door of tho court
house In North Platto, Lincoln county, Ne
braska, sell at public auction to tho highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy Baid decree, interest
and costs, tha following described property
to-wlt: northeast quarter (neW) nnd tho south
ono-half (sW) of section twent-one (21), town
ship ten (10), range twenty-nine (29) west of
tho 6th P, M. in Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte. Neb., Jan. 20. 1913.
J22-6 A. J. SALISBURY, Sheriff,
To Charity Miller and Miller,
her husband, first nnd real name un
known, Benjamin Ball and Ball his
wife, first nnd real nemo unknown,
Joseph Ball and Ball, his wife,
first nnd real name unknown, Joseph
Sell's and Sells, his wife, first and
renl namo unknown, John Sells nnd
I Sells, his wife, first and leal name
unknown, Ella Sells, Addie Sells and
May Davis, nee Sells, und Davis,
her husband, first and leal name un
known, Rosnnna xrmstropg, nee Ball,
and Armstrong, her husband, first
nnd real name unknown, Worthington
Bnlland Ball, his wife, first and i"al
name unknown, Bertha Snvnge and
Savage, her husband, first and real
name unknown, Amelia Wilkins and
Wilkins, her husband, first and
real namo unknown and Florsnco
Shepard: You and each of you are here
by notified that you huvo been sued in
tho district court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, together with Thomas Ball
and Ball, his wife, first nnd real
name .Unknown, Alma Stevens and
Stevens, her husband, first and
real name unknown, by Hezekinh
Ramsey, Plaintiff, tho object and
prayer of 4he petition filed therein
being to quiet and confirm in tho
plaintiff title nndpossesbion against you
and each of you in nnd to an undivided
ono-half interest in the following des
cribed lands- eltuato in Lincoln county,
Nebraska, to-wit: A portion of lot
"I" of tho County Clark's subdivi
sion of part of tho northwest quar
ter of section 33, township 14, range
30, west of the .Gth P. M., des
cribed as follows: Commencing at tho
northeast corner of said lot "I," thenco
west from said northeast corner 10 de
grees north 220 feet west; thence south
10 degrees wost 198 feet; thenco east
10 degrees south 88 feet; thenco north
10 degrees east 182 feet; thenco east 10
degrees south 132 feet; thenco north
nlong the enst line of Lot "I" 6G feet
to the place of beginning, owned by tho
plaintiff under and by virtue of a deed
thereto from ono Georgo H. Woodword
and furtherto have tho estates and sharoa
of the .defendants or so many of them
nc the court may find entitled to share
thoroin as the heirs of Elizabeth
Ramsey, deceased, confirmed and sot
aside tho romnininc unrlivirliwl nnn J,ir
interest in said Dronortv of whieV.
Elizabeth Ramsey died seized in fee, the
same to be confirmed and set aside to
tho plaintiff and the defendants or so
many of them as may bo found entitled
to share therein as tho sole heirs at law
of said Elizabeth Rnmsey.deeeased, and
to have all of said described property
partitioned to tho plaintiff nnd tho de
fendants as their estates therein Bhnll
bo confirmed by the court, nnd for such
other nnd further relief as justice and
equity may require.
You nnd each of you will make
answer to said petition on or beforo tho
24th day of February. 1913, or decree
will bo takon as in snid petition prayed.
Dated nt North Plnttn Wl,.-tcb
January 10th, 1913. '
HEZEKIAH RAMSEY, Plaintiff,
By E. II. Evans, His Attorney, j 14-4
Porlal No. 04283,
NOTICE KOH PUBLICATION
.DKPAltTMKNT Of THE INTPItlOlt.
. Unltinl States Land Olllco.
At North Plattu, Nobrasko. Dec 4. lti)2.
Notlcn Is lioroby given that Joseph
A. Knajdl of North Platto Nob., who on
August 30. WOJ. , mado homestead sntry
gerlnl No. niasa for all 0r
Section 24. Town 10 N., llango 30 W.. of tho
flth Principal Morldlan, has Hied notice of In
tention to mako final three year
proof, to establish claim to the land abovo
described, before tho register and receiver
at North Platto. Nebraska, on tho Gth day
o( I'ubruary, 11)13.
Claimant names as witnesses; Casper
F. Blvlts, Kdwlu W. Wright. Rupert
hchwalgor and William L Slvlt, all of North
dio-O John E.'Evanb Reclster.
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