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Semi -Weekly Tribune
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'Entered at North Platte, Nebraska, Tost
office as Second Claw Matter.
TUESDAY MAY 23, 1911.
I heroby announce myelf as a can
didate for tho republican nomination
for county treasurer, subject to the
decision of tho voters of tho Primary
Election August 15th, 1911. I wilt fully
appreciate tho support of republlcano.
C. H. Walter.
I respectfully announco that I am a
candidate for the republican nomina
tion foe county treasurer, subject to
the decision of tho voters at the pri
mary election August 15th. Support
given me will bo appreciated.
Albert N. Durdin.
I announce myself as a candidate for
sheriff, subject to the dccl&Ion of the
voters at the primary election to bo
held August 16th, 1911, and respectfully
ask tho support of republicans at that
A. J. Salisbury.
I hereby announco mysolf as a can
didate for the republican nomination
for sheriff, subject to th decision of
tho voters at tho primary election on
August 16th, and respectfully solicits
I. L. MlLTONDEROER
I horoby announco my candidacy for
tho nomination of County Clork sub
ject to tho decision of tho republican
party at the primary,
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Clerk subject to tho decision
of the Republican voters at tho pri
mnry election to bo hold Tuesday,
August 15, 1911, and respectfully solicit
your support. C. "William Yost.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the republican nomination for
county commissioner from the Third
district, subject to the decision of voters
at the primary election. Yeu support a
solicited. J. W. Adroit,
If the lumber dealers of Nebraska
make 100 per cent profit on ship lap
and some other classes of Jumbor, as is
alleged by the Omaha Boo, we at once
conclude that the dealers are not in
tho business simply becnuso It Is a
Perhaps the greatest of.oll Inequality
of freight rates is that on sugar. The
rate on this commodity from California
points to Omaha Is fifty cents per
hundred and to Now York City $1.01,
but if a NoHh Platto merchant wants
n car of California sugar he must pay
the Omaha rate of fifty cents plus tho
local rate of forty-sevem cents from
Omaha to North Platte, a total of
One thing is certain there wllt'bo no
scarcity of candidates for nomination
for county oflkere and from the list
the voters Will be able to select a sot
of strong nominees. The list published
at the head of this column does not
nearly represent all on the republican
side of the house; the others will ap
pear later. There will be at least four
candidates for the republican nomina
tion for county treasurer and two or
thr.ee for the democratic nomination.
Poor Opinion of Mexican Soldiers.
The American soldiers of fortune
who have been fighting for glory and
money on the" other Bide of the Rio
Grande have a low opinion of the valar
and the general ability of the Moxl
cans In both of tho contending armios.
Tho proposition said to have been mndo
by an American capitalist to Bond fifty
men who had Iqf t the insurrecto army
back to recapturo Juarez for $150,000
no capture no pay, really reprosonta the
real feeling of our countrymen on the
border toward tho Mexicun soldiers
Fifty white men with a fair InfuBion of
Irish blood in tholr Veins nro buJiovcd
to bo a match for u whole Mexican
army.' Stato Journal.
Wowh Have bea Duped.
Tho following item from the Stato
Journal will bo of interest to some
North Platto women: Tho publishing
enterprises inaugurated by E. G. Lewis
of St. Louis havu been put under tho
control of a board of trustees. Ilia
affairs are so involved that doubt is ox-J
pressed over his ability to keep hi
business afloat. The trustees will at
tempt to keep the Woman's Natlena
Weekly in operation, out oven that is
a doubtful enterprise. The amount of
money invested in the Lewis entorprla
by scattered investors, largely women
is said to foot up to $3,500,000. Some of
this capital went into houses fer local
members of Lewis clubs. Tho Mail
OrAer Journal ! authority for the
Aatwnint that t greater part ef all
(his rodney will b A ides'.
A Meiers Irrigation Plant.
Tho Irrigation plant Installed by W.
F. Stafford on his place east of town
was tried out Monday and Is now ready
for operation. Five wells each ten
inches In diameter and thirty feet deep
furnish tho water for tho plant.
The 15 horse-power engine, that
pumps tho water, was able to draw
1200 gallons of water a mlnuto from
the five wells, which could not bo low
ered more than five feet after several
hours of pumping. This amount of
water is equal to 31-3 cubic feet of
water per second, or 200 cubic feet per
Two other plants, each consisting of
15-horso power gasoline engine, ono
pump and fivo wells will bo constructed
by Mr. Stafford soon.
Thcso three plants will cost $3500 and
tho water from them, together with tho
overflow from tho river, is calculated
to irrigate 1500 acres. The ditches and
nternld are already built, and tho com
pleted plant will be operated as soon as
tho water is needed. The plants will be
used principally in the months of July
and AuguBt whou tho river is low Big
Unuiual CirctmutaRces Discovered in
eatimony of nn unusual charnctor
wos taken Thursday afternoon In the
divorce suit of Mrs. Ida L. M. Lalsko
against her husband, Charles H. Lalike.
Mrs. Lalsko, according to tho evidence
of children nnd others, believed her
usband practiced witchcraft nnd so
firm in her belief was she that she
When nn animal or fowl died on
their farm tho bollof of thp wife was
that it was duo to her husband's witch
craft nnd sho took tho dead bird or
animal and cutting outitu heart filled it
with pins and at times would throw it
In boiling wnter in nn effort to word off
misfortune. Although tho couple, both
of whom are aged, have eight or nine
children, none of them rosido at home.
Mrs. Lnlske n3ked for divorce on tho
grounds that her husband used abusive
language, This is tho third similar suit
for divorce which she has brought. Tho
udgo found that while the two could
not live together and were better reaid-
ng "separate and npart', he could not
grant tho divorce and allowed Mrs.
Lalsko a mainfenanco of $25 per month,
to begin June 1. Mr. Lalsko owns a
400 aero farm seven miles from Am-
lerat, Kearney Hub.
"Display odvortising for tho house of
the Lord heats tho church bell," says
Robert Frothingham. Tho late Ed
ward 'Everett Halo agreed with this
viow. Advertising, unfortunately, has
never boon tnught nt theological
schools, Many preachers have assum
ed that church advertising, boyond the
lormai nouco, woum ue unuignllleu.
It is considered good form to have an
entire sermon printed after it has boon
dellvorcd. A faw of tho stronc sen
tences taken from a sermon and dis
played in the newspapers on tho Sun
day morning that sermon is to be
preached would draw many a man
and woman to church that day. Tho
Sunday nowspaper might bo made n
greater mlsslonury worker. If it is
cguimuio to pay n soprano soloist n
lit. A i . ...
high salary to contrlbutothe beauty of
nor art to tho church sarvico it is legit
imate to engogo a skillod writor of
advertisements to prosent that costlv
feature In a way to mako it tell in
church attendance. There is a genoral
complaint among choir singers that
thoy aro not so wotl paid as thoy
wore a few years ago. All persons
employed nowadays by nonadvortlsers
are likely to find business equally dull,
and churches aro all engaged in what
members consider tho most important
buslnoesln tho world. Brooklyn Eaglo.
The Sidney Telegraph and the Goring
Courier of last week boosted North
Platto as tho best location for tho now
Done Daily is North Platte, Many
Citizen Tell of It.
Nearly every reador has heard of
Doan'a Kidney Pills. Their good work
In North Platto still continues, and our
citizens are constantly adding endorse
ment by public testimony. No better
proof of merit can bo had than the
experience of friends and neighbors
Head tins case:
Henry G, Brooks, 715 West 5th St
XT .1. til- 11. T . l ... .
urm i luuc, inuh., says: "i tiniiK as
highly of Doan's Kidney Pills today as
1 did in August, 1907, when I publicly
recommended them in the North Platte
papers. I suffered from sharp, pierc
t i .t i.
ink nunn uirougu me small or my
uacK and kidneys and was annoyed by
Irregular and painful passages of the
kidney secretions. Doan's Kidney Pills
procured from McDonell & Graves
rH... o t t i i ii
jub oiuiu, uumoneu mo pains am;
aches so that I felt like a different man
and corrected tho disordered condition
of tho kidney Bccrellons. I have no
Berlous trouble since then and I civ
tho full credit to Doan's Kidney Pills
I adviso all kidney sufforers to try
l- or Bale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York
sole agent for the United States.
..JfcMembtr the name-Dosa's-ana
By M. QUAD
Copyright, tall, by Associated Lit
Tho villago of Medina had long been
at peace. No ono could recall when
tLcro had been a lawsuit or nny Iron-
bio in tho church. No fires had tnjfon
place, nnd no one had been drowned in
the wilt pond.
All -this wns not changed iu tho
twinkling of nn eye, but 'In about n
week. Tho Widow Strong moved over
tuoro from arniitvlllc, uueL-ouo of tho
things sho brought with her wns nn
old spotted cow. Sho had n morn I nnd
legal right to do this. Sho also had n
tnornl and legal right to let that old
cow run nt largo In tho strnots. That
Is tho custom In most nil villages.
Tho cow was sized up, but with no
critical eyo. Sho was judged to be
good tempered and law abiding. Sho
betrayed a becoming modesty and had
no quarrels. But tho town was do
ccivod in that cow. Deacon Pogrom
nwoko ono morning to find her in his
garden. Sho had eaten ovcry stalk of
his green corn. IIo was a good man,
tho deacon, but bo felt It his duty to
talio a club to that old cow nnd thump
aud pound her and run her out of his
garden. Within two hours after ho
hnd done bo ho had n lawsuit on his
hnndi. Tho Widow Strong proposed to
stand by her cow nt nil hazards.
Of courso tho deacon had to bring a
counter suit. Thnt old spotted cow
broko Into another garden. Thero wns
no corn thero, but sho was not n par
ticular cow. Sho filled up on boots,
radishes nnd cucumbers and In the
morning was found complucontly
chewing her cud In tho onion bed.
Tho garden of n third citizen wns
spoiled, than n fourth and fifth. At
sundown thnt cow would bo lying in
tho dusty street with half closed oyes
and a look of innoconco on her face.
Three hours lator sho would bo piny-
Ing tho rolo of devastator. Most of tuo
fences hnd stood for twenty yenrs, and
sho found llttlo troublo In pushing her
way through thorn. When her eccen
tric conduct becamo known dozens of
citizens sat up nights to get a wback
at hor. She did not always como oft a
winner, but with tho tater bugs to nid
her sho did fairly well. Every tlmo
sho was found In a garden sho was
thumped; every time sho was thumped
meant a lawsuit; ovory time thero was
new lawsuit tho town was divided
Things couldn't go on that way. The
selectmen of tho villago held n special
mcotiug and decided to officially nppeal
to the Widow Strong to sell out that
old c&yr to Uio botcher.
"Not If I know myself," was her re
ply. "-I havo owned that cow for thir-
toon years, and I don't proposo to sco
no butcher mnko beef of her. It isn't
tho cow, but tho fences. Mako 'em fix
up their fences, and tho cow will stay
ofi tho outside."
Then tho selectmen held n special
meeting aud resurrected an old ordi
nance by which n stray cow could bo
impounded and held for any damage
it might do. A delegation waited on
tho widow to notify her, and sho laugh
ed in tholr faces.
"No such bluff goes with me," sho
added. "Thero aro thirty cows at largo
iu this town. If you tako nilno you
tuke tho others, Go to grass with your
Tho minister of tho ouly church In
tho villago hnd kept clear of tho affair
up to now, but things were getting so
hot that ho wns dragged in. IIo was
asked to call on tho widow nnd talk
cow to hor talk old Bpotted cow. IIo
didn't fancy tho job, but still ho called.
Of courso ho had a lot to say boforo
ho got around to tho cow question, and
ho had scarcely touched upon it when
tho widow's chin wns in tho nlr nnd
"I tell you I won't hnvo that dumb
nnlmal abused! She's stood by wo,
and I'm going to stand by hor."
Tho good man wont away disheart
ened. Aud yot, lifter all, it wns ho
who solved tho problem. IIo heard
that Eldor Comstock, widower, had
boon seen calling on tho widow, nnd
ho Rent for him nnd said:
"ifliuer, nro you well enough ac
quainted with tho Widow Strong to
form an opinion regarding hor?"
"Very sot in her wnys," wns tho reply.
"You uro nlono in tho world, older?"
"You managed your other wife?"
"And if you worn married to this
woman I bcllovo you could mnnngo
"I duniio about that; I dunuo."
"Aud you could sell or triulo thnt
cow nnd bring pcaco to tho town. The
church Is threatened with disruption
Something must bo done."
"You uon't rueuu I ouglit to marry
"Well, don't you think you'd bo hap
"And if you can settlo this cow quos
uon isn't it your uuty to sacrillco n
"Sho's. n woman, thnt will throw
things when sho gets mad,'.' said tho
eldor after n long sllonco.
"Hut that old cow is devastating tho
villago. Elder, you'd dlo for your conn
try, wouldn't you?"
Tho eldor took n couplo of dnyo to
think it over and thon called, proposed
and wns accepted. A mouth lator ho
nnd tho widow woro married. Tho
next day thnt old spotted cow mj-s
toriously disappeared, and tho dovo of
t K "
twice enmo back nnd still hovers over
Lice and Chicks
To be successful with poultry
you cannot raise both. To rid
setting hens and chicks of lice
and mites use
Lee's Insect Powder
To rid poultry houses of lice,
mites and all vermin use
Lee's Lice Killer
The only killer of any value,
and do not accept any other
kind offered just as good
Lee' 3 Chick Food
will start them right all food
and no chniT.
For sale by
SCHILLER a CO.,
''lrst door north first National Bank-
50c per 100 lbs.
The Ladies's Home Journal. Deline
ator, Vogue, etc., are advertising the
Spirella Corset. These advertisements
arc of particular interest to corset
wearers. As local corseticre for the
Spirella Company 1 am in position to
give you the benefit of my training
and experience. I guarantee your cor
set to fit you, to be the proper model
or you. I do residence iittimr. will
call, demonstrate the corset and ex
plain it to you at your convenience. '
MIO. ill, A.. UUMi.
468 East Sixth St.
Phone Red 202.
Save Your Suits.
Wouldn't you like to wear that nor-
fectly cood lost sDrinir's suit aornin?
And wouldn't you wear it if you could
shorten tho jacket to conform to tho
present style. If vou haven't the time
to do it, or if youion't know how, just
senu it to us. vvc aro aoinc a cronr
deal of this kind of work this spring, as
wen ub cleaning, uyeing, pressing nnd
ndding now collars and cuffs. A few
such changes will improve vour old
suit, so thnt you will actually enjoy
Tho French DlV Clnnnint nml Prnnn.
A. 'SIGEL, The Little Tailpr.
223 E. 0th St. rhone!82
Notice to Horsemen.
TliA (rnn1 f -rr f I n r n n112si TP A !
soil, will mako tho season or 1911 at th
homo of E. C. Richards, at tho west
end of Eighth street. North Platte.
F. A. RUSSELL 26703,
Trottinu Record 2:18
Standard Bred and Registered.
Sire of Sir Crederick, record 2:121; A.
Valentine, 2:181: and other fast horses.
i'. a. uusseii is n son of Elerslie
Wilkes, by Georgo Wilkes, by Hnmble
tonian 10. His dam ia Golif Leaf, tho
dam of four fast horses. She was by
Mambrino Russell by Woodford Mam
brina by Mambrinn Chitf .
F. A. Russell Is bred along tested
lines. IIo is n fast horse and the sire
of fast horses.
TKKMS.-Fifteenidollnrs payable at
foaling time, or if mure is sold, or
traded, or removed from county whera
owned, due and payable nt qnce.
Geo. B. Griffith, Owner.
NOTION VOll VU1IMOAT10N.
Serial No OldM.
Department of tho Interior
TJ. S. Land oillco at North l'latte. Noli.
. . May. 18.1011.
Notleo Is hereby clvon . that Grant
McNpo). of North Platto, Nohraska, who on
October Will, IMtt irado Homestead entry
No; SIMM. Serial No. 0X66. for all of Bee
tlo4 . Twi. IN N., It. 82, W.ot thoflth Prln.
MoHulan. hai. Illod notice of Intention to
maUo final live your proof, to establish
claim to tho land above described, bqforo
tho Uealster and ltccelvcr at North Platte,
Nobraska. onitho llihday of July. 1011.
Claimant names as witnesses. Darwin
K. Taylor. David W. Macomber. .Tamoa Ho
chan and Arthur Toops. all of North I'latto,
nilO-8 J R HvAftB. ncBUtor.
Silea, Simil&iM, CuraHtHs-
A like remedy will euro a liko
disease as n remedy which has
the same symptoms, or produces
tho same in the well, will euro
those in tho sick, and with na
ture's help will cure quicker than
any other, nnd with loss expenso
to tho human economy. This
system of medicine has nt Its
command anything in tho , realm
of cure, such ns electricity in any
form, the Vibrator. Massago,
Hyrotherafenties. Therefore the
correctness of choosing this lino
of treatment, rather than whims
with a singio borrowed idea.
For out of town patients and all
those interested: rooms furnished
when desired, for confinement,
medical and tho necessary surgi
cal cases. Trained nurses in
Dr. J. S. Twinem,
Medical and Surgical Practicioner
GEO. D. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon,
Ofilco over McDonald Bank.
PhoriM l Office 130
mones Residence 115
JOE B. REDFIELD, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Specially! SKIN DISEASES.
Day hind night calls promptly answered
umce r. s. Hospital, l'nono 642.
DR. A. A. WARD,
Ofllco: Hotel Tiinmerman.
Special attention given diseases of
women and cmcrgeacy surgery.
y 1 1 r i ii 1 1 ni.in in iriomm uwiom imnwr
1 UK. W. W. SADLER.
Physician, Surgeon, Optician.
District Surgeon U. P. R. R.
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Homeopathic Physician end Surgeon
Special attcntlorf clvon to conllno-
monts and children's diseases,
Ofllco Tliono 183 Hcb. Phono 283
Ofllco McDonald Stato Hank- Did'?
- " - - - . . , -
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
; Doclors Ames & Ames,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office over Stone Drug Co.
F. J. BROBKER
We have recently installed a French
Dry Cleaner for Men's and Ladies'
apparel of all classess, and we
guarantee satisfactory work. We
are also tailors and know how to
We carry samples of goods and'
make clothes of all kinds to order.
insuring 'first-class workmanship
and perfect lit.
and Cabinet Work
Also Wood Turning, Picture Framing
iloom Moulding, and Window
Screens a Specialty.
Shop 107 East Fifth.
BARGAIN IN LASTI.
For terms address
L. C. AHLBORN,
WILLIS J. REDFIELD, M. D
Surgeon, Physician, Consultant.
Ofllce Physicians and Surgeons Hospita
Phones: Ofllce 642, Residence 644.
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will bo received at tho ofllce of tho
City Clerk of North Platto, Nebraska,
up to five o, clock p. m., May 30th, 1911,
for tho construction of u Intern! sewer
in Sower District "N"'beingan exten
sion to tho present lateral therein, in
said City according to plans nnd
spedlflcntlons now on (lie in. the City
Clerk of said City.
Approximate estimate of costof sower
lateral ns por report of City Engineer
Local labor to bo employed as far as
Certified check on local bank of 2 per
cent of amount of bids will be required
to insure entering into contract.
Satisfactory bond to be given when
contract is signed.
Mayor and Council reserve tho rlcrht
to reject any or all bids.
uy oraor of tho City Council.
Chas. F. Temple, City Clerk.
Notice for Bids.
Notice is herebv criven thnt nnnlori
bids will be received at the ofllce of tho
City Clerk of North Platte, Nebraska,
up to five o'clock p. m., May 30th, 1911,
for the construction of a Iatral sewer
in Sewer Distaict "A" in said City ac
ccniinc to plnns nnd snecifications now
on file in tho ofllco of the City Clork of .
Approximate estate of cost of sewer
lateral as per report of Citv iJni?ineer
is $1, 103.10.
Local labor to be employed ns far as
Certified check on local bnnkof 2 per
cent of amount of bid will bo required
& , . . . . . . .
iu insure entering into contract.
Satisfactory bond to bo riven whn
contract is signed.
Mayor and City Council reserve tho
right to reject any or all bids.
By order of the City Council.
Chas. F. Temple, City, Clerk.
NOTIOB VOn I'DIlLtOATION.
Serial No. OiMO.
Department of tho Intorlor.
U. S. Land OQlco at North Platto. Neb.
Vntlu a iitu1.it A.l,.lt.
crlo, son and ono of tbo heirs of Georrro Uey-
triiu. ucuuanuu UlUlIIJUIitt WI1UHO WtlU 18 A I HO
doacl, of North Platto, Nebraska, who on
Dec 1, 1W made homestead ontrr No.2lMJ7.
Rnrlnl ?Jn frllfl fn UIZ aT?Lt TJlUiy ofw
SWHi and NW section 18, township
at) ire y. of tho sixth Principal
pstabllsh claim to tho laud above described,
uuiuiu uju iti'Kuutir iiuu iiccuivcr at norm
Platto. Nob., on tho 9th day of Juno. 1011.
Claimant names as witnesses: Daniel
... uiui. i-ui.uuiuuEt nullum, i, alter is. 1C-
Ncol. William W. Groves allot North riatwj.
al8-' J. TJ. R VANS. Tloplstrr.
NOTICE FOlt PUBLICATION
Serial No. 01013.
Public Land Solo.
Department of tho Intorlor.
U. 8. Land Oillce at North Platto. Nob
Notice In horoby t'lven that, an directed by
tho Comni'ssloner of tho General Land
Onico, under provisions of Act of Coneres.i
approved Juno 27. 1HW. (34 stats., BIT), wo
will oiler at public snlo. to tho highest bidder
at ton o'clock a. to., on thoSth duy of .luno
11)11. at this oillce. tho following-described
land: Lot 4, of Hec. 2. Township 12. N..
Kongo 31. W.ot 0th P.M.
Any persons clalmlncr adversely tho above
described land oro advised to fllothelrclalms.
or objections, on or boforo tto tlmo dcsle
natod for sale.
al8- J. E. EVANS. Keclster.
Notice for Publication.
8orlal No. OlPfiO-OMKlO.
Department of Ujo Interior.
U. 8. Land Otllco at North Platto. Neb.
..... . Mar. 7th, 1911.
Notice Is horoby clvon thot Chris Schlck.ot
North Platte. Nob., who on May 23. 11)04,
mado Homostoad Entry No. 1BU30. Serial No.
01W for 814 NK H, and 8W NWf. aS(l on
Juno 30th. 1WM, mado Uomestoad Entry No.
20234, Serial No. for NH NV. NM NEU
and SM. all In Section. 20, Township. 14. N .
ranBo 29. W of tho slxtn principal meridian
has Illod notleo of Intention to mako final
flvoycar proof, to establish claim to tho
land above described, boforo the Koelstor
an'L Kocolvor at North PlaUo Nebraska,
on tho tith day of May, 1011. .
Claimant names as witnesses: Loren
H.ll,r(iIiiiJe?SMLo.n.,r',,,8a.muS,1 "aw.Klns, Frank
Steel all of North Platto, Nobraska.
mlO-0 j. R. Evakh. Uoglster.
bSlfif SM' L,nco,n coun N-
lliowdocoa"" ort,1C8ta f Cathorlnd
NPilS0 i'8 ,10ru,bl' idvo"' that tho creditors
of s,ald docoasod will moot tho Executrix
ofsaldcstato. boforo tho County Judet at
Lincoln county. Nobraska. at tho county
S.uJt.TCom , county, on tho "hfy of
HM,y,,,.UM' andon UlB Tthdayof November.
1WI, at 0 o'clock a. m. each day. for thopur
ppso of nrosontlnir thelrclaims for oxamTnJ.
tlon. adjustment and allowance. Six months
aro allowed for creditors to T nrosent thel?
claims and ono year for tho Exocturl tn
A0iyoi'i'Wn5s.u0'..ft "ue alth'day of
Apr.. 1911. This notice to bo published for
four successive wooks In tbo BemlSwdoufr
Tribune, a leiral nowspaiwr jmbllshod
In said county prior to May hat.
ma-4 JOHN aiANT.County Judgo
NOTICE FOR POBLICATlON-
Borlal No. OTIS.
tt oD?pariI?.?.nt of 1,10 Interior.
U, S. Land Oillco at North Platto, Nob.
Notleo Is hereby clvon thatWol'man A
S'carns, or North Platto. Nel .. who, oTsepY.
SI. IWt.madn horaestoad entry No. s6M7 sorlni
NttOS.M8 for lots 1-3-3.4, SV NW'( 8?VW I id
SiVHKiy. Section 4. Township I.n! 7uE&
29. W.ot tho 0th Principal Morldlan. has
Uled notice of Intention to make llnil Uvo
year proof, to establish claim to tho land
alipvo dwrlbod. boforo tho Register and Ko-
SUa'yV orfr Vo.'l 'att0 N,,br"ktt- ""i"
ft&tXf'?- ,tossttni1 Wwrt0Wrlil,tWoi
J E. Eyakb. Reclstor.
Notice for Publication,
George R. Smith will tako notice.
that on the 2Cth day of April 1911
John Grant, County Judgo in and fo-
Lincoln county, Nebraska, issued an
SnH5ii0f ntta.?hmunt tor tho Bum of
s.13.50 in an action pending boforo him.
ri,ennLti0r?nSn, i8. Pontiff and
Georgo R. Smith s defendant, and that
property of the defendant, consisting
of wages due him, in tho hands of tho
Union Pacific Railroad Company, a cor
poration having its place of business in
nt?i!2iC0Uinty ,Nebr,asK lias been
attached under snid order. Said causa
was continued to tho 17th day of June
lJlu Lottie CitoNtct,