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TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1900. 1KAL BARE, Editob and PitoriuKTon BUIlflCIUPTlON RATES. Otis Year, cakIi In druuce 11.21 Bit Monthi, ossnln advance 75 0nU' Entered tlheNorthriatte(Nbrak)pottoffloeai asoond-olassmalUr. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. Vor Prosidont, WILLI AN MuKINLKY. For Vico-Proflidont, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. STATE. For Oovornor, CHARLES II. DIBT1UCH. For Llotitonnnt Oovornor, E. P. SAVAGE, For Secretary of Stato, ' GEORGE W. MARSH. For Tronnuror. WILLIAM STEUFFEIt. For Auditor. CHAHLES WESTON. For Attornoy Oonornl, FItANK N. PltOUT. For Lnnd Commisionor, FIIED D. FOLMElt. For Sunt, of Public Instruction, W. K. FOWLER, Preflidontinl Eloctom. JOHN F. NESHITT, R. H. WINDHAM, EDWARD ROYHE, L. W. 11 HUE, S. P. DAVIDSON, JACOB L. JACOUSON, JOHN L. KENNEDY, JOSEPH L. LANCER. i For C)HKro68, Sixth DlBtriut, MOSES P. KINK AlU. COUNTY. For County Attornoy. II. S. HIDGLKV. Tub battleship Oregon enroute to China ran into the rocks in the Gulf of Pcchile last Friday and the chanccB of savinir the big vessel arc not bright, Tub dcmocratB and populists will hold their county conventions next Saturday and the democratic Hon will proceed to cat up poor populist lamb. This is, as our friend Har rington said, the last year of fusion. Two pages of the Sunday II- htRtralcd Hoc were devoted to n o turcs ot Colonel Bryan, his family and his farm" at Lincoln, and this has led some republicans in this section lo aBk whether the Bcc is ii'nlmr niinslonarv work for Colonel llryati. Tjiih is the year, democrat yesterday, ocrats must be and the populist with the feather pricking our throats on feathers for about cicht yearn; we now want the meat. And wc will get it. To oi'Fhbt the enthusiasm cre ated by the nomination of Roobc- vclt, a Michigan man siiRjjcstH that ... . .1 uunaiu uiii oe Kivcu mc hlxuuu place on the democratic ticket. Colonel touy woum certainly maKc a warm cauaitiatc, out it is not likely that the convention will con cede both the nominees to Nebraska. WE understand that H. 13. Fle linrty of Lexington last Saturday received the endorsement of the democratic and populist conven tions of DawBou county for state senator iu this district. This places Flchatly in a good position to secure the nomination, as Daw son ia one of the two counties in the district that gives a fusion majority. AccoHDiNr. to an official tUatc tnent the amount contributed to the street railway strikers in St, Louis for forty-six days has been $33,915, of which $2,271 went for expenses The remainder is Sf31.fi I I, which distributed among 3,000 men for the time mentioned gives an aver age of about 23 cents a day for each man. The wages ol the men for the Piiinc period would have amounted to $270,000, a Iobs of $244,356, SI. Louis Globe-Demo- crat. "Bryan Dominates AM" sayshis personal organ. Democracy has made a long and dismal howl about what it is pleased to dominate as "one man power" in the republican parly nml now it is admitted that not only the party platform but the candidate for vice-president miiHt be dictated by the man who is to head the democratic ticket. In the republican convention President McKinley absolutely refused to say whom he desired for a running mate, if he hud such a choice, nml popocratic papers at the time com taiticd columns to the effect that the president's closest. Iriciids prelerred some one else than oose- Civcil the Chicken ,.,. r..., ln. Vlmnl.r rulinr oortiilti lax I laiiH, uuiy nssosfloU by Baltl ,)oll.irn and Ufty-scven cciiIh; for the year first day of May, Kkjo, all of which Is due and . . 4! i- i wun general joe nccitr r.tttiLr pjmntUT njrainBt thu Bouthwoat nunrtor IM17 In the sum of U dollars and twenty- unpaid, must be B,itiBlicd Vllh lirvan. Chicavo Inter of section 11. in township 0. north of three cents; lor the year ihwt In the aura of l'lalntlft ways a decrce of '.foreclosure ttf t... I I fM .1 ci ii ' . , I Inrco (101 lain aul iiIiy-CJKni CCniH aluuuiii l 'i nam iua iciii aim a niuc in nam iulmi sent b. Wc have bcctl n,n rmiL'o J, west of tho Sixth principal ,', 1,, a,ntni iiim nf rtirtvJm-en dollars You and each of vou defendants are re yeit.,uee. LasX Saturday afternoon almost ten million dollars worth of property was destroyed, over one hundred lives lost and several hundred peo ple injured by a fire at the docks of the North German Lloyd Steam ship Company at Ilobokcu, N. J The fire started in cotton bales and in less man liiiccu nunttics me flames covered an area over a quar ter of a mile lonp. Three big ocean steamships were burned to the water edge, in addition to numer ous small craft. M. F. IlAKKlNOTON, tllC populist of O'Neill, who so clearly exposed a fow weeks ago the utter ettbscr vicnev of the state house officials to the railroads of the state, is now out in a letter asking the populists to suspend their opposition to Gov ernor i'oytitcr s rcnomination. . 1 it. Harrington knows that the comor- ii.irriiij,ion kiiuwu iii.it mu v.uiiiui atlOll influence With the present .... statc ofllCials lias bccil UllUB'.'.ally strong, that the officials have been wearing railroad yokes, and yet- probably for "Bryan's sake" he advises populists who arc really conscientious in their demand lor reform to vote to keep in office one of the men who is held under the thumb of the railroads. lOvuuY voter will know where McKinley and Koosevelt stand on the great questions that have been discussed in the last two years. The. voters will be a positive force, not a negative one. The demo crats, on the other hand, will vote for what? If they follow the plat form adopted by the Cook County Democratic convention on Saturday, they will vote against maintaining American influence in the Philip nines, in Cuba, iu Porto Kico or Hawaii. They will vote in favor of retreat and surrender. If they lollow the platform in Texas, they will vote iu favor of the retirement of the United States from the Philippines, no matter what be comes of the islands, If they follow the impulse of the Pacific coast democrats, they will vote for the retention of the Philippines. If they follow the lead of Mr. Uryan, thev will not know what they vote for. If they follow the lead of Mr Hill of New York, they will not vote for what Mr. Hryau represents If they follow the lead of General Black in Chicaeo, they will not vote for the policy declared ill the Cook County Democratic platform. 25 Cents to 1001, That big state paper, The Semi- Weekly State Journal, will be mailed from now until January 1, 1901. for' 25 cents. This is the bitrtrcHt oiler of rcadinjr matter ever rS b O I m;lllc in tlle wcsl nmj ,8 aonc ,or tt,e soie purpose of introducing the papcr t0 thousands of new homes. Here's your chance to get an up to date, reliable state papcr for ;i -- ' - - tiL'. Send in vour nuarter ui,. tabiiu ii jrvjui juiu n.i Ml L'et the naner all throtiirh ". Y r i Al mere song and vou the remainder of this year. Ad dress The Slate Journal at Lincoln, Neb. After He Comes 1 ho has a hard cnouiih time. Every thing that tho expectant mother can do to Uulp hur etiuu huu mioiiui do. One of tho greatest blessings sho can L'ivc him is health, but to do this, sho must have hcnlth her- j self. Sho should use every means J iii liiinrove ner 11 lvsicui cuiiiiiiitiu. , She should, by ml means, supply j 5 Uowelfwitb (, Mother's 'ieiicl. It will tako her throuKh tho crisis crisis r and It hn ij ..i.i-.i. ii easily quickly, liniment which ives strength and vigor to tho muscles. Com mon sense will show you that tho Rtronjier the muscles are, which bear tho strain, tho less pain there will be. A woman 11 v vlng In Port Wuvho. 9 " Mother's KriuiHl tlitl J Intl., says: wonder for me. Praise (lotl for m, your liniment JCI Read this from Huiiel, Cal. S " Mother's Priend in a blcsslnir to J nil women who nntlerjjo nature's ortieni oi cmiuoirin. Get Mother's Friend ot the drug store. SI per bottle. S TIIC HHADFIELI) REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. $ Write for our free lUiikttatcJ book, " liefore S gl iiapy is Horn (a, till IV ft 4SltblTr 11.... I 1 I ... tit. . . msl.-.k i . nnaArl I . k, V T I T t 1 . t 111 uii'v luiiuw liiu in in 11 isw iii t? v. v vii n i i con r ft oi jjiiiuui n cui niv. ioornHKU. inn dnii.irH ami tnirtv-Mix rctiiH: tor trie vear hu ceniH: amnuuiinir mine umu huui ui , that the dem- Lout,,ern slatc8, Ulcy wi stand objoot nnd Wer of which is to forocloso 9 51 For Rent. Fine residence in west end with good barn, shade trees and blue grass. JL . U. 1 A TTBRSON. LKUAL NOTIUK. The County of Llticoln.a Cor- IKirauon, i-iiiiiiui. v. IiUlu 11. Itawkltm, Carroll C. Hawkins tier htmliand, I., W. Tullcys, Trustee, iiral name unRnown, Anglo-American Miff. anrtTrutco..Ai rowcii, TriiHtcc, and John Doc, true name unknown. IiiMcmlantft. The (lefcnilantH Lulu 11. Hawkins. Carroll C. Hawking, her hiiHband, L. W. Tul- leys, Trustee, first name unknown, AnRio-Ainencnn aiir- "un v-u.. i Powell, Trustee, anil John Doc, true name unknown, will take notice mat on the nth dav of June, hum, the planum, tiic Kro .TMJi W'... f.rj-VV.A "SnivS t?l Sf i In to foreclose certain tax I ens, tlulv as Hesncd by nald plaintiff, against the North west quarter oi nccium i wcniv-iiiri-e. in Townnlilp Nine. ltangc Thirty west of the Sixth principal meridian. Nebraska, for the year Ira In the sum of seventeen dollars and one rent; for the year iswi In the sum of ten dollars and seventy-two cents, for the year irvw in me sum oi eleven nuiium aim Ilf tr.nlne cents, for the vear IHW1 In the sum of of ilftecn dollars and thirteen cents, for year IWtT lit the sum of twenty-ohe lol law and seventy-seven cents; for the year s) In the sum of eighteen dollars and Ilf ty- three cents, amounting In the total sum of III liV v "iuui tniiiuin tuii scventy-Hv; cents. with Interest at the rate of ten per rent per annum from the rst iiavoi Mav. iww. auot which Is due and unpaid. rialntUTJ prays a decree of foreclosure of said tax liens, and a sale of said prem ises. You nml each of vou defendants arc re- required to answer said petition on or be- lore me uuriicm ony oi Juiy, nw, uaicn .nine iu. nssi. T11K COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A Corporation. JIM Ily II. S. Hldglcy, Its Attorney LEGAL NOTICE Tho dofondnnts O. II. Jacobean, first nitruo unknown, Jacobson his wifo, llrst nnmo unknown, Aloxnndor Sainuols nnd John Doo. truo namo unknown, will tnko notico that on tho iuth ilny ot Juno 1000. tho nlnintHr. tho COlmty Of Llncoltl, It corporation, filou Its petition in tho diBtriot COUrt of Lincoln county, NobrtiBkn, tho object itukt i'iii;u ui v inwii a w tuiwuw vut- i tahl tax HonB duly, assoesod by euid I nnrl tirntinn nr titliinh in t r mpntlfian inr- I nlaintltr auainet tho northonBt nunrtor ot " . n I . , j I voction D, In township V, north Of rntlo 31. WOSt of Sixth principal tnoridian, I N.I,n,1 ,,VV0r. " y0BriJrSi .1 U' BUmt Of 8H.12; for tho onr 1893 In tho BUin of ai4.Hl- for f.hn vnnr lfiOl In thn Riim nf !()) fnr tlin vnnr 1H""5ln tlm nnm nf ?r - . . jOitr 1KJO n t lO sum OI 810.0-2; for Iho year 1890 in tho Bum ot 810.10; for tho your 1897 iu tho sum of SU.Dt; for tho year lava in tho sum of 3u.8(!; amounting in tho total sum of SlUS.S.i; with intorest nt tho rato of ton nor cont por annum from tho llrst day of May, 11)00, all of which is duo and tin paid. l'liiintili prays n tloereo of foreclosure of Riiid tax lion and a Bale of Bald nromlHOfl. 1 mi anil each of you delontlants. aro rootiircd 10 anRwor h iki potition on or bo- foro Monday tholllth day of AuKuat, 1000. T1IJB COUNTY UK IjINUUL-N, A Corporation. j:il Hy II. S. Itldgley, its Attornoy. LEGAL NOTICE. Tho dofondanta I'otor B. Gavin, Gavin his wifo, first namo unknown, Lombard Investment Company. Stato Hank ot Wallace, will tnko notico that on tho 25th day of Juno, 1900, tho plain- 1111, 'i.ho uounty of Litncoin, a cornora tion, tiled its petition in tho district inundinn, Nobraska, for tho your J 803 in tho sum 815.11; for tho yoar 1891 in tho Bum ot 81U.03; for tho yoar 1895 in the sum ot 811.91; for tho yonr 181XS in tho Bum of 8II.0.I; for tho yoar 1807 in tho Btimot 81221; for tho yoar 1898 in tho sum of w :(8; amounting in tho total sum of tiUK.Ul: wltli interoRt at tho rnto of ton l'or cont l,or mnum from tho 1st day ilf 1ri? 1 (WY1 nil fit ,liir,l, la l,m nn.l ,,n w. i".. , -fw, .... w 1 1 1 1 vj 1 4 .n nuu null l,U" paid. l'litintiir prays a decreo of foreolostiro or said tax lion and n ealo of said promiBos. Vou and each of you defendants, nro roquirod to anawor miid potition on or p 1, 1 .1 in., f m . bororo .Monday, tho 11th day of Aujjust, JQOQ, THE COUNTV OF1 TTNrnr.N uUUlM 1 JV lJliiuJ upi , A Cornorntiou. j.ll IJy II. 8. Kidglpy, its Attornoy. LKOAL NOTICK. Samuel Welch, defendant, will tako nntlre that on the 30th. day of June. lOon, Harriet Welch, nlaluttll herein, filed her iutltlnii III the district court of Lincoln cotintv, Nebraska, the object and prayer of which are to obtain a decree of divorce from vou on the grounds of you havliiK wilfully anauiioned planum for more than two years prior to:unng nt the said petit on. You are required to answer said petition Mil in iiuiii.i; uiu !,illl liny ill August, IWM. .! jMiinirrr i';.- WM.rn, riainiiu PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 0. v llKUKI.L tl, II. Dbnt gEDELL & DENT, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONti. OIUcob: North Plntto National Bank Building, North Platto, Neb. Ml -0. PATTERSON, x. KTTO R W BY-KT-I-HJni, Olllco over Yellow Front Shoo Storo NORTH PLATTE, NEB. S. RI DCS ELY, ATTOR N BY-AT LA W . Olliuo in llinninn B ook. Dhwov atroot. NORTH PLATTE - - NEBRASKA I J, HoAtlUVND. W. V. IIOAOLAND Hoagland & Hoagland, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS Office over McDonald's Hank, NOHTIl I'LATTK, NKU. u:" IAV1S A, L, V 1(04011 ROACH J ATTORNEYS- AT LAW NORTH PLATTH,, - NEBRASKA Grady Block Rooms 1 ,t 2. YyiLCOX A HALLIGAN, A rrORNK VS.AT-IA W, KOUTII 1'LATTE, - . . NKUHABKA Ottlce over North l'latte National ilauk. P. " DENNIS, M. D., HOMOEOPATHIST, Over First National Hank, NO UTU 1'LATTE, . . NEIirtAfiKA, i LEGAL NOTICE. The defendants, Ilurnoy ,1. Kendall, Addle 1". Kendall, Ills wife, and John Hoc, true name un known, will tr.kn notice Hint on the lUth day of February, 1W, Iho plaintiff the countr of Lincoln, o corporation, filed It petition In tho illntrlct court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the object and prayer of which Is to foreclose rertnln tax lions duly assossed by fold p'atntlft ngalnattho south east quarter of northwest quarter, northwest quartor of southwest quarter, northwest quarter of southeast quarter, and south half of southeast quarter) section nine, township fifteen, range thirty-two, west of the Hlxlli principal meridian, and east half of northwest nuarter of section cloven, township fifteen, rango thirty-two, west of tho Slith principal meridian In Lin coln countjr, Nebraska, for tho year IWtl In the sunt of three dollars and thirty-five cents; for tho jronr Ifefll In tho sum of throe dollars and forty-two cents) fof tho year IBM In tho sum of four dollars and and twenty flvo cents! for the year 1W5 In the sum of flvo dollars end fifty-eight cents; for tho year 1W7 In the sum of two dollars ami seventy-two coins; ror tno year iws in we ,0VeT,0,inWrAnn1n,,,,,UsrneDt"!o?,,',fl, doMar.sevlWnty.s.xentsTfor"Zyearieo?IS tho sum of flvo dollars and llftythroo cents; for the rear 1x115 in the sum of six dollurs and thirty. five cents; for tho year 1S1K1 In the sum of seven dollars and slxty-Avo cents; for the year 187 In tho sum of three dollars and sixty-six cents; for tho year 1MN; In the sum ot two dollars ami ninty soven conts; nmouutlnK In tho total sum of one hundred and ten dollars and. flty-lwo cents, with Interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from tho first day of February, 1U00, nil of which Is due and unpaid. l'lalntirt prays a decree of foreclosure ot said tax lien anil n sale of said preinlsos. You and each of you defendants, are required to answer said petition on or beforo Monday, the 131 U day of AiiRUst, MM. TUB UOUISTY OF LINUUI.M, A Corporation. ifil lly II. S. ItldBley. Its Attorney. LEOAL NOTIOK. Tho County of Lincoln, A Cor-1 porauoii, I'lainuir, John Carver, Carver, his ins wile, nrst namu unknown, llurnham, Tully & Co., l'e'eg O. Vary, Vary, his wife, her first namo unknown, and John Uoo, true namo unknown Defendants. Tbo defendants John Carver. Carvor his wife, flrst name unknown, llurnham, Tulley & Co., I'oIch O, Vary, Vary his wlfo, llrst name unknown, and John Doo, true name un known, will take notice that on the ,11st day of Jlay, 11KX), tho plaintiff, Tho County of Lincoln, n corporation, Died Us petition In tho District Court ot Lincoln county, Nobraska, tho object nn,i j)rnyer of which Is to foreclose certain tax Hens, duly nsscsscd by said plalntllT, against the "",,,icn VLi? S-l'l J!". " u .iut i "n i rtournPKn. ior mo your imu in tun nuiu iix biotou i dollars nml fovnty-lx conts, for tho yonr lHUliti l! ' 51",",??" III! l'UI lOt'.l ,11 IIIW Ollll. ,11 I, Ilia .('Mil, in f.lli. , ghty-flve cents; for tho year ml In tho sum of twelve dollars and eighty-olght conts; for the I " 5r " " ' '" W'1 .lollnrs nnd flftysix conts; amounting In tho total sum of oluhty-nvo dollars and nineteen oents (tHTi.10); with Intorest at tho rato of ten por cent nmlm ,romUlM ut day of Mny. lltKi u of which Is due and unpaid. rlalntm prays a decree nt rorociosuro oi said tax lien and a sale ot told premises. You and each of you defendants aro required to answer said petition on or beforo Mouday, tho ;ut day of J my, n. A Corporation. JIM lly 11. H. Illilgley, Us Attorney I.l'.O A I. NOTICK. The County of.Llncoln, a cor- poniuoii, t'lainiiii, vs. Jasper II. Likes lilla May iiawHins. a. v. iiarry, urat name unknown. II. Kocster first name unknown, John Doe, true name unknown, ueicmi.iiiis. 1 The defendants, Jasncr 11. Like. KUa May Hawkins. A. U. liarrv llrst name unknown. II. Kocster llrst name unknown. John Doe, true name unknown, win take notice, mat on the Mh dav of June. HJ. the tda ntirr, The County of Lincoln, a coriioratfon, tiled us nciiiioii in me oisir ci court 01 Lincoln county. Nebraska, the object anil prayer of which is id lureciose certain wut liens, uuir assessed by said plalntllT annlnst the north n iu 01 mc soumcaii quarier 01 seciiou twenty-two, ln township nine, ranae thirty, west of the Sixth principal meridian. Ne braska, lor the yearlWM ln tho sum of live and nlnotv.four cants, with interest at the rate 111 ten per cent per uuiiuiu lruiu tnc llrst dav of Mav. IlKXJ. all of which Is due and unpaid. l'lalntlft prays n decree of foreclosure of said tax liens, and a sale of said premises. You and each of you defendants, are re quired to answer said petition on or before Monday tnc win nay ot ,iuiv, uw. THU COUNTY OK LINCOLN a corporation. Vi lly II. S. Jlldflpy, Its Attorney IvlCGAJy NOTICI3. Tho dofondante Willard T. Hill. Hill his wifo, llret namo unknown, will tnko notino that on tho 2uth day of Juno, i . t, u corporation, tiled its petition in tho " vui I'" ifc,i, ,,,viv vw .vvib,uu iu i.iiu district court of Lincoln county, No- hniBlrn tlin nhtont nn.l tirnvnr nf whtnri prnsKu, ino omeot, nntt prayor 01 wmon a t0 forooloBO COrta n tax HonB, duly nsBOBsod by said plnintilf iiKninst tho southwest mia'rtor of seotlon 2, in town ship 9. north of ranuo 111, west of Hixth tirltwimnl ttinrlfllflll. IMnlirflBlrn mi 1lt J,our r r . .' ln V10 B(jm ot M-.U( fortlio yoar In'.H ill tho Slim oi flU.'J.j; for tlio xtnr.r I KO.r. i, I, n an m .P Al '1 'tQ f n. I. n . . 1 . ' . .. vear n tho Bltm of BlD.lH : for tho year jay t in tno biiiii of 9V4.it; for tho - . ,w ; .. . " ' ' . year J WW in tho sum of 911. 17 amount- ini' in tho total sum of SiH-ny: with in- toreBt at tho rato of ton nor cont pr annum from ino isi ipiy ot jiay, tpuu, an of which is duo nnd iinpiuu, t'laini r prnyB a iioarop ot rarooiosuro ot Bald tnv lion nml a salo of said prom ens. vou ant pau i or you i pfoiuiantB. aro roouircd to nnawor snid potition on or boforo Monday, tho J.'lth tiny of August, two. THE COUNTY OP LINCOLN, A Cornorntlon. jai Bv U.S. Uldirley, its Attornoy LEGAL NOTICE. Tho dofondnnts tho I.ombnnl Invest- nioiit ()inpauy, anil ,ohn Doo, truo namo iinunown. (Jmpltmiled w lh P. L Hurpor. ot nl) will tako notion that on tho until day of Juno, 1900, tho plaintiff, 'Hie fjolinty Of Lincoln, ll corporation, Html Hu tintitinn in llw. rliUrmt nnnH nf r.lnroln rtniintv. NMin.Hlcn. tlin nhlr.t. ..... ... ...,....., f and prayor Of Which IB to foreolofcO cor- t ui ii tnv linnn ilnlv iiKcncunrl I, unul ..liliir nnmnel tlin cr.ll I l.nnnt .......lor plaiutiir nKainst tho Fouthoaat quarter of Eeotiotl l, in town ',), north of raU(,' Mi, WOSt ot tho Sixth principal meridian, Nebraska, for tho yoar 1B1K1 in tho aum oi vin.n-, mr mo yoar i.t.m in tno biiiii nt rlii.tilii for tho year JSlirun tio biiiii of alll f. fr II, a' von.. IRIVt in II... r,f , """'"" cnu.wij, iui uiu linn in.ii iii j nu nuiu ui 0 lit. fur in vnnr 1 ttfW i tltn an... tit !11II, nninimllni) Ii. tl... totnl o,,i ...W ...... ... .. IU.1,1 u,,l. ... scioa. ... .' I. ! . . L .1. 1 . . . M. n.)j wini illinium, ui, uiu niiooiuuil nor cont DOT annum from tho lRt (lnv Of in' 1 ( WU t fill rif ti'liinli Iu iliiik nrl .,..v . ...vv. .... .....v.. . , ...... tiiiuinu iiu joa wucu ui i"'fuioBuif III.. nlllV ...... .. .1.1. nn r rni...l... of Btiid tax lion and a fiilo of Biiid nromiBOfl 1 nu ami imuli of you ilofont tun 1 8 aro ro iiuireii lo aiiBwor taiu potlllon on or bo forp momiay, ino Kith nay of August, 1VW. THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN. A Corimrntion, Legal Notices. jUl By II. S. Ritlploy, it Attornoy LKOAIi NOT1CB, The County of Lincoln, a Cor-1 porauon, il.lUUWl. I vs. 1 Win. K. Swenr.cl. Swen- f zel, his wife, llrst name tin-1 known and John Doe, true name unknown, I Defendants. i The defendants. Win. K. Swcnicl. - Swcnr.cl, tils wife, first name unknown, and .loun doc. true name unknown, win take notice that on the ,11st dav of May, iwxi, the plaintiff, The County of Lincoln, a corpora tion, filed Its petition In the district court of i.incoin county. iNcurasxa, me ooject ami iravcr of which Is to foreclose certain tax liens, tlulv assessed bv said plaintiff acalnst south I half of the southwest nuarter and the, south half of the southeast quarter of section thirty-live, In town ship nine, range thirty, west of the ixtn principal mcrmian. iMcorasKa. ior me year 18W ;in the sum of eight dollars and seventy-nine cents; for the year IKt! In the sum of thirteen dollars and sixty cents: for the year mn in the sum of eight nonars and forty cents; for the year 1HW) in the sum of eight dollars and twentv cents; amounting In the total sum of forty-nine dollars and eighty-nine cents, with Interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the tlrst day of May.iww. all of which Is due and unpaid. Plaintiff prays a decree of foreclosure of said tax Hens and a sale of said premises. You and each of you defendants, arc re quired to answer said petition on or betore nioiuiay, tiic stu oav oi jun , ni. nil. LuuiN i i ur ijiiNuui. N. A CortMir.itlon. JIM H. Itldglcy. Its attorney. LEGAL NOTICE. Edgar It. IIowo and Nancy J. Howo. defendants will take notice that on the nth day of June, 1U00, W. II. Carnation, plnlntlfT herein tiled his petition In the district court of Lincoln countr. Nebraska. against said defendants Impleaded with the Mc- Kinioy-Lanning Loan i Trust uo., ma oDjeci ami prayer of which Is to foreclose n certain mortgage executed by said defendants to tbo .McKinley. Lannlng Loan ft Trust Co., upon the Northeast quarter of section 1, In township IS, north of rango ji, and tno soutneast quarter or section zi, in township IB, north of range 2rt, west ot tho sixth principal meridian In Lincoln county, Ne braska, to secure the payment of a certain coupon bond and coupons dated Hopteraber 21, 18111, for tho principal snm of f 120.00 nnd ton coupons of $11.70 each, nil of which were duo and payable August I. lew. nnd tliero is now duo upon said bond, counons and mortiiago tho sum of MM. 10. with intorest from June 1, KXIO, that the moneys duo upon said bond, cou;ons nnd mortgage bo- long to plaintiff and plaintiff prays for n decree renulrlng the defendants to par the amount found duo, or that said promises may be sold to satisfy the samo. You will also take notice that the McKinley. Lannlng Loan k Trust Co., at the Heme tlmo and placo, Died Its cross-petition lu said cause against vou. tho object and prayer of which ore to fore close n certain mortgage executed by you to said cross-petitioner upon said premises to securo tho payment m ten promissory notes, datod Heptem If t rii t a 1. .t mi i i . i .1 uor &i ionii mr mu euui oi ro.ou eocui nn pnm notos bolrn? jmyiiblo on or beforo tho M ilny of oor-i, mm, ior u Er!l SL Z?L S'ZtPSl lllliva nil,. WUll'nl MW PUlll ,i. T,'..V. " ".(... sum with Intorest, said cross-petitioner prays for a docroo thstsald defendants bo required to pay tho same, or that said premises may be sold to satisfy tho amount found duo. You are required to answer said petition and oross-potltlou on or ooioro 1 lie .mh nay oi Jtuy, uuu. v. 11. UAiiNAiiAr,, riainiiu, aim THE McKINLEY'.LANNINO, LOAN ii THU8T CO., Cross-petltlonor. lly T. O. 1'ATTBnsoM. Atttorney. f.KOAL NOTICK The County of Llncoin.a Cor poration, 1'iainiin, vs. Catherine May Tompkins, II. W. Davis, first name un known, John D. KUey, and John Doe, true namu un known, Defendants. The defendants. Catherine May Tompkins, II. W. Davis, llrst name unknown. John D. Illlcv. and John Doe. true name unknown. will take notice that on tlio.Mh dav of June. two. the Plaintiff. The County of Lincoln. .1 corporation, tiled Its petition In tin: district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the ob ject and prayer of which Is to foreclose cer tain tax liens, duly assessed by said plaintiff tea nst the west half of the Northeast Quar ter and the northeast quarter of the North west nuarter of Section Twenty-two, ln Township Nine, Kanec Thirty West of the sixui principal meridian, nicurasna. ior mc year IMH In the sum, of eight dollars and four cents; for the year I8tc ln the sum of eltiht dollars and eighteen cents, for the year 1WHJ In uiv nuiu in ciwcii Mimum ,iui niAiy-iiuii; cents: for the vear ixur In the sum of nine teen nonars ami twelve cents; ior tnc year JHUS in the sum of twelve dollars and fifty VO uulrcd to answer said petition ou or before .iiomiay. toe .sun nay oi iuiy. ivv. TUB COUNTY OF LINCOLN. A Corporation. Jllil Ily II. S. itldgley. its Attorney, LEGAL NOTICK. The County of Lincoln, n Cor poration, I'lnlnllff, vs. Narclssn 11. Hawkins, William O, Ilnwklns, her husband, Al, Powell, trustee nnd John Doe, true name unknown, Defendants. The defendants Nnrclssa II. Hawkins, William O Hawkins her husband. Al Powell, trustee and John Doe, true name unknown, will take nntlco that on ,f Li MU tlar of June. 1UUU. the a ntlff. The Uountv ut Lincoln, corijruiiou, mou us puiiiitiu iu mo district court of Lincoln couuty, Nebraska, the ob- ject and prayer of which Is to foreclose certain tni llen, OHiy Mfeateix by said plaintiff against the southeast qunrter of section four, township Lincoln, a corporation, tiled Its petition lu tho nine, ranno thirty, west of the Sixth principal meridian, Nebraska, for the year Islft In the sum or eleven uounr ami aovemy-eiKui cents; ior me Tear bW In the sum of thirteen dollars anu forty nine cents; for the yuar HU7 In tup sum of soven " f wrVntBer! dollar, and forty cents, amounting In the total null) of sevonty-llvo dollars I anil tlilrtv-ono cents: with Interest at the rate of I ,At, .n- nattl f mm thn ftra, dnt- tt If .V IIMll nil ,,f "...r.V.r."'!' I nfi.u.i ,n ,iuu 1,1,11 uiiii,ii 1'illlUIIIt pinin H ilccrco ot foreclosure of said tax Men and n rale or said premises. You and each ot you defendants, are required (o answer said petition on or before Monday, the HOth May of July;iwl. . um uuunn ur i.i.-iuui.r. r A Corporation, Uy 11. H. llliluloy. Its Attorney f.EflAL NOTICE. The County of Lincoln, n Cor- poratlon, I'lalutlrr, vs, Anna W, Hawkins, Jane Wnlklns, Neurnskn Lnau and Trust Rom pany, a corporation, nnd John Doe. true name unknown. Dnfendanls. I The defendants Anna W. Hawkins, Jane Wat kins. Nehraskn Loan nnd Trust Cnmnanr. n cor. poratlon, nnd John Poe. true name unknown, will take notice that on tbo ,VI day ot June, HKjO, Iho tilalntlfl. tho Countr of Lincoln, n cornorntlon. Sled Us petition In Iho district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, Iho object and prayer nf which Is to foreclose certain tax Hens, duly assesstfd by said plajntirf a)ialut the north half nf Iho north east unarter, nnd north half of the northwest quarter of sectlou thlrty-nve, In township nine ratwo thirty, west of the Hlith principal meridian. I Nebraska, for the year lh'Jl in tho sum nf elsht ln.nu f"? T 'P ' r "A". ' i bUiq oi leu nouure aim inrir-nine cems, ior 1110 rear IbM In tbo mm of tlilrteen dollars aud sixty I centsi for the rear IMti lu the sum of eldht dollars "d fCirlytllllO l'0llti for the yoar 181H lU tb UU1 of u dollars and npy-six ceuisi amouiitiiiK lu tbo total sum of slxty.four dollara and sixty three "atB( wtb Intorest at Uto rate of tou percent iCmid P ' ',"ofw,,,c, ,M,M' piidntin pruys n iiMnw of roiepuinr riidntltf lirays a il,mri snlil tax linn and a sutu of snld nreiules oil mill l-nril "I yoil iieipuuwili", n riIUirru to answer sum pelltlon op or lieioro lonily III i .iiitp nuy or Jiuy, insi. T1IK OOl'NTY OF LINOOI.N. f A 0 norallon. llyll.H. ItlilKleyi lla Altorney - HlKllItT'S HALK I Itr vlrtun of an nrilnr of salo Issued from th district court of Lincoln county. Nebraska, undo .. ....,... l,.i 'i.,ll- iru,'y,ll la I 'I itrvivw , u i.,ii itiv. v... j ., v... ".... Lplalnlllf ond John Ueuley. ct. al. are defendants ami to mo directed, I shall pn the 1Mb day nf July, lull, at l o'clock n. iu.. otrer at mil) ia auction nuu loll to tho hluhest bidder for cash, at Iho east front iloor ot Iho court boitsn lu North I'lullo, Uiienln counlr. Nebraska, the fullcmluu descrlbinl leal estate to-wlt: Tie south half of the northeast quartor and lots one aud two, of section two, lu township twelve, north ot rnuKO thirty-four, weft Htxth pruclpnl ii0rMlaii u Llucom county, M) peas s u. Dated Juno 11. 1000. JIM) TIM T IvELIllElt, Shorlff, LEGAL NOTICE. Alfred W Davtotinort. Lomltls Davennort. Lesslo A O'flrlen and Patrick O'llrlen, defend ants, will take nntlco that on tho Mh day of June, 1IXJ0, Tho McKinley h Iinnlnu Loan and Trust Company, plalntlft herein file I Its Mitltlon In the district conrt of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the object and player of which are to foreclose two certain ruortftaBes executed by Alfred W. Davenport and Lontltla Davenport to the Plaintiff upon tho following doscrlbvd real estate; The southwest quarter of section 91, In township ltl north ot range 28 west, In Lincoln county, Neb. One of which wns given to secure the payment oi a Bond ror tno principal sum ou.'.xi.uu with leu Interest coupons attached thereto for the sum of 7..VJ each the other was given lo secure the pay ment ot ten notes ot tS.UU each. Bald nolea and mortgaoee were made and delivered on the Imh day of August, 181)2, and woro payable on or be- lore me isi nay oi nepiemuer, l W7. 1 nat mere is now due upon said bond, coupons, notes anil mortgages the sum of MMI.50, with Interest nt ten per cent from tho 1st day of June, 1H0S Plaintiff prays ior n uecree mat defendants bo re ill I red lo pay the same, or that snlil premises may bo sold to sansiy tno amount round due, i ou are required to answer said petition on or beforo tbo loth day of July, IWW, Dated at North l'latte. Nebraska. Jnnn K. Hum. TllR MoKlNLKT-LANHIiCO LOAX U TBUST COM- pant. Plaintiff. JM Ily T, 0. Patterson, Its Attorney, LKGAL NOTlflR. The defendants Chas, A, Ollletle, Otltello Is wlfo. first namo unknown. It. A. Hlnmsnn trustee, first namo unknown, p. 11. oatln. first name unknown, Gavin his wlfo, first namo un known, J. M. Lindsay, flrst namo unknown, Lindsay his wife, flrst name unknown, will tako notice that on tbo !ld day of April, 10O0, tho plain tin. Tho Comity of Lincoln, a corporation, filed us pennon in me aisirict conn oi Lincoln county, Nebraska, tho object and prayor nt which Is to forocloso certain tax liens, duly assessed by said plalntlft against the southwest quarter of section 111, township 10, north of rnngo iCl, west of tho Sixth principal meridian, Nebraska, tor Iho year 1SW lu the sum of n.27; for the year IMS In the snm of flS.mil for the year 1MII In the sum ot HO.'JOt for the year 1HK In tho sum of tH.UI; for the year 1HW1 In the snm of J10.IIJ; for the year 1MI7 In Iho sum ot J7..M; for Iho year 1MW In the sum of !.(!; amounting In the total sum of (tlH.li); with Interest at Iho rate of ten per cent per annum from tho 1st day of April, ltKU, all of which Is due nu unpnui. l'lalntlft prays n decreo of foreclosure of said tax lien and a eato of said premises. You nnd each of you dofondanls are required to answer said petition ou or before Mumlsr. llm tlth ilay of August, 11 X), llnfml Jnnn 'Jll. lum THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN. A Corporation. J2ll lly H. S. Itldgley, Its Attorney. LEGAL NOTICE. The defendants John E. Knowlns. k'nn.i.. his wife, flrst name nnknown. 11. A. Hlmivion. trustee, flrst namo name unknown, I', II. Qavln, flrst namo unknown. Onvin, his wife, flrst name unknown, and the Hlate Hank of Wallace, n corporation, will take nollco that on the ltd day of April, 1IKJ0, the plalntlft The County nf IJncnlu, a corporation, filed Its petition In the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the object and prayer ot which la to forccloso certain tax liens, duly assessed by snld plalntllT against the north eastipiarterof southwest quarter, south half of suuuiwosi quarter anu norinwest quarter of southeast quarter of section alt, lu township twelve, north of range thlrty-three, west nf Hlith riucipai meridian, ncuraskn, for the year IB'.M n tho sum of nlneteon dollara anil Ihlrtr.iwn conts; for the year 1801 in the sum of fifteen dol lars and ninety-three cents; for the year I Kill In the sum of ten dollars nnd slxt-onn cents; for the year 181H1 In the sum of eleven dollars and ninety-eight cents; for the year 181)7 In tho sum of eight dollars mm iiiueiy-seven cems; ror me year 1W8 In the sum of eight dollars and forty-nine ceuts; amount ing In the total sum of elghty-scvon dollars and twenty-elght cents; with Interest nt the rato of ten per cent per annum from the 1st day of April, 1900, nil ot which Is due and unpaid, Plaintiff prnys n decree ot foreclosure ot said tax lien and n salo ot snld promises. You and each of you defendants, are required in answer sold petition on or boforu Monday, the titll iay 111 August, uaieu J uno ait 11, lwo. THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN, A CoriKiratton, J-W y II. 8. Hlclgley, Its Attorney. LAND OFFICE NOTICES. CONTF.HT NOTICE. O. 8. Land Office, Nortli Platte. Nob. Juuo ai, iijo, A stlMclent contost aflldnvlt hnvlnir been lllnl In this office by John DIrdel. of Hoannuth. Nob.. contestant, against Ooorge A. Trnvors' ontry No. io,i.n, mane uciouor o. innw, ior sntiiu nan or southeast quarter, south half of southwest quarter of section .11, township 15, raoe 2tl west, by OeorKO A. Trnvera, contestee. In wklcu It Is al. lofted that OearKoA. Travers has failed to plant to troos, seeds or cnttlnRs, or cultivate any part of said tract since July, nnd from the appear nncoof the land at that date there hns never been any breaklni; or planting done on said tract and said defects exist to this date, said parlies are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evl. denco touching said allegation at 10 o'clock, n. ni., on August is, iii, uerore tno register ami re ceiver nt the United Btatcs land office In North l'latte, Lincoln county, Nehraskn, me sniu contestant naving, ln n proper nffl. lavlt. died Juno -11. 1WK). set forth fncts which show that after due dlllgonoe personal servlre ot this notice can not be limdo, It la hereby ordered nnd directed that su,cb notice he vlven by duu and proper publication. JIU) UJ-UltttK K. rilENOII, lteglslor. NOTICE FOR niULICATlON. Land Office at North l'latte. Nob,, May ad, lima Notice Is hereby (then that tho followlnt-.named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made beforo Heglstor and Receiver it North l'latte, Neb., an July Mil, 1P00, v who made homestead ontrv Nn. 1AH37 for llin northwest quartor ot section ;i;i, township 10 north, range S3 west. lie names the following wltneos to prove his continuous residence upon nnd cultivation of said land, vlz lr, M. Frtsto, Ilickcns, Neb,, J, O. Oossel. man, of North l'latte, Neb; W. T. 8. Conner nnd Sidney Dow, of Dickens, Neb. rntt-o. "EO. K. FRKNOIl, Ileglster, TIMllEll UULTUIIE, FINAL PIIOOF-NOTIOK FO I'tlllLlOATION. Mm) Office at North l'latte. Neb, June llltli, HO). Notice Is berpbr given that Fredorlck Qeoruo has filed nntlco of Intention to make final firoot boforo register and receiver at their office n North l'latte, Neb., on .Wednesday the 2Mb day nf July, lmn), on Umber culture application No, 12.I1H, for tho southwest quarter nt section No, i;, in townsnip imo, iz, norm range tin, tl west. Ho names as witnesses: William lleattv. Ed. Murphy, Edward Hprlnger, Nicholas Enwrlght, nil of 11 mil y, Neb, Juki OKfiniiR n. rnRNcp, iipgster. NOTICE FOlt 1'UllLIOATION. Land Office at North l'latte, Neb., ) May llith, U1W. ) Notice Is hereby givon that tho following-named settler has tiled uotro of his Intention to make final proof In support of hi claim and that said proof will bo made before the lleglitor nnd Hu. ceiver nt North Platte, Neb., on July ljtll, 11KW, vli- JAMES H. UOIUIINH, who inndo Homestead Entry No, 10M1 for Iho southwest quarter of section 2,s, town V north, range 3; west, Ilitnaines Iho following witnesses to prove Ilia cnulluuous reaidpiico upon and cultivation ot said land, vim lrierl A. Itntiti, uiyuo IN. llealli, l rank 1', Enibrny, auil John 0, Favlnger, ail of "Wallace, Neb. uiK.fl OEO. E. rniiNCU, KCBlsler, TIM HEIt CULTOIIK FINAL PIIOOF- NOTK'K I' Oil I'UIILIUATION Laud Office at North l'latte, Neb Juno tilth, W, Notico is hereby divan that Frederick tlenrue. heir and devisee of Jnbann (lenrgu deceased, hat men notice or intention to mate nnai proor neioie reylster and receiver at their oflluo In North l'latte, Neb., on Wednesday, the 'AMh day of July, ilHl, on Umber niliiire appllratinn Nr. i:l,!fl', f"r tin, aoiitbeast quarter ot section No. Ill, in town. sdp No. p.) north, range No. 37 west, lie name' as witnesses. Win, Ilealty. Ed. Murphy. Edward Hprluger, Nicholas Enwrlght, idl of llraily, Nob. J1W (iromiF. E, 1 iiENcit, Ileglster, KOTIOrT FOR PUHUdATlO.V Land Office at North l'latte. Nb ) Mar lth, IWKi, I Notice Is hereby given that tbo following-named settler has filed notice ot hit Intention to rank final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof wll be made beforo Register Mid Receiver at North l'latte, Neb., on July lUth, 11UI, vim UEltllElt'l' A. lioilll, who made Hnmestvad Entry Nu, ITttR', for the north bait ot northoast qunrtunand north halt of northwest quarter of HecUoii 3, Tuwu U north, Itnnge went. Ho names the following witnesses to prrve his continuant residence upon and cultivation of said land vizi J. B. Itobblns, O, N. ilealb, Frank I', Embruy, J, 0. Favingor, all of Wallace, Nebraska, la'-d UEOltUE E. FRENCH, Hegltter,