Local and Personal 4
tllav. Allen (Jhamborlnin spent Satur
day and Sunday In Ognlalla.
Visitors from Gandy Saturday were
Frank Becker and George Cramdr.
A twelve pound son was born Satur
day to Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Anderson.
Mro. F. B. Dawson, of Sidney, Is
spending this week with friends in
Robert Gutherlcss returned Saturday
from an extended visit in Omaha and
other eastern points.
Butler Buchanan went to Hdmbolt,
Kansas, yesterday morning to spend o
week on business.
, Messrs. James and Charles Gamble,
of Myrtle, spent the week end la town
Judge II. M. Grimes left yesterday
morning for Loxington to spend a few
days on legal business.
James Weeks returned Sunday after
noon from Omaha whore he spent n
week on business.
Mrs. F. II. Thompson returned Sat
uHay from a two weeks' visit with rel
atives in eastern cities.
Miss Gertrude Baker, of the Gothen
burg schools, spent Saturdny and Sun
day with her parents in town.
Miss Olivo Wntts of the Kearney
Normal who visited the homo folks
last week loft Sunday evening.
Oscar Smith, of Kansas City, who
has been visiting his parents for two
weeks, will leave In a few days.
Joseph Weeks came homo Saturday
night from Omaha where ho took tho
examination for a railroad pension.
Mrs. Verno Mann will loavo today
for Denver to spend tho romaindor of
the week with her mother Mrs. Eaton?
The vote cast in Keith county Tues
day of last week was tho largest in the
history of tho county, Uio total reach
Miss Maudo Stuart, of Sterling, ar
rived yestordny morning and will tako
charge of tho now orchestra at tho
C. H. Sawyer, who has been off duty
as drayman for some time owing to
rhoumatism, resumed work yesterday
W. H. Combs, formerly of Myrtle
but now a resident of Lexington, trans
acted business In town Fridaj and Sat
urday. Mrs. John Lincoln will have charge
of tho Baptist prayer meeting during
tho absonco of the pastol Hev.
Mrs. Fred Morgan, who has been
taking treatments at St. Luke's hospii
tal for some time, wfls discharged Sat
urday. It, H. Finnoy, of this city, will open
his new meat market in Ogalalla today.
lie will be assisted in the business by
tils brother will.
Rev, P. McDald and his asistant
Father Johnen will leavu for Grand
Island to spend a few daya attending
. Palmer Williams, Ino.young Hon of
Rev. ami Mrs. Williams, who was
operated on at tho St Luke hospital
. last week, la getting along nicely.
Mrs. Er,ra Keene loft yesterday
morning foV Champagne, 111., to spend
aevorai weeks witn relatives. Mr.
Koono has been thoro for n month past,
' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tlloy and Mrs,
Mary Alexander returned Saturday
from Sutherland, whore thoy attended
tno opening 01 mo xeomnmodgo.
Mrs. Douglas A. Brown accompanied
by lief d&uglitor Uolen-snd son Burton
left yesterday morning for Illinois' to
sfK-nd several wouka with rclattnes.
W. Vfl, Burr, of tho experimental
sab-utjltion, returned Saturday from
Clmuron and other points, whoro no
spout a week lecturing on dry farming,
Miss Norma Slllin who has been visit
Ink in Aranohoo for several weeks wll
return to this city Friday to upend tho
winter with her sister Mrs. John Dona
Tamorrow Mrs. Ju la Dill wil return
to'.ChloMgo to make her home, with hor
daughter Mrs. W. L. Park after spend
Insr ten days with Mr; and Mrs, Wm
Mm Roxy Murphy left for hor
'whoel in Sutherland yesterday morn
in after RtUHKllne: the teacher's con
tventkm In Omaha last week and vlsjt
mg her parents Sunday.
MS per ent. discount on 1911 wall
naiHjri DUKH&DlUT. 76-2
. Andrew Carnegla announea that he
k (riven $25,000,000 to tho Carnegie
eimrorati&n of New York, organized
last Friday under a charter granted
by. urn NriW yonc legislature laat Juno
(Ho promote the advancement and d f
fusion of knowledge and understanding
s?ki uw people or unucu states.
A tomnorarv imunct on has lieon
fcnued at Springfield, III., by Judgo.
Humnfroy In tho United States clrcu
eurt restraining thu striking employes
of tho Illinois Central railroad from
picketing the shops and from using any
moincu oi, mumiaauon.
The divisive strife Mr. Bryan under
took to stir up in republican rnnks In
Nebraska did not materialize. If. it
did, and La Follelto supporters In this
stale joined tho democrats, tho La Fol
lotto supporters are very few in num
ber, too few to bo reckoned with.
Tho gratifying fenturc of Tuesday's
vote, from a republican ont of view,
Is the solidarity of the party forces.
This argues well for Its flghtnext year,
when national Issues are nt stake. Tho
Increased majority this year over that
of last year indicates that republicans
wore getting together with a view to
making success a certainty in next
year's battle. It was scarcely oxpectcd
by tho most sanguine party men that
tho majority of Tuesday would bo so
Tho indications are that whatever
shades of republicanism there may be,
they nro nevertheless nil republicans.
All of Bryan's anneals to a faction was
morely gnbblo. Thoy had no effect.
Whatever struggle thero may be for
tho choice of delegates to nox.t year's
national convention and tho instruction
given them nt tho primary In April Is
not likely to split tho party or endanger
its success nt tho polls in Novembor.
While Tho Tribuno believes Toft to bo
certain of Nebraska's support at tho
primary and at tho polls it also be
lieves and hopes tho ante-primary cam
nnicm mav bo so conducted as to mini-
mlzo tho friction that might endanger
success in November. Republicans
ought to be ablo to differ as to candi
dates without party alienation. Fre
mont Tribune -w M. - ft
WHEN HER BACK ACHES.
A WeM Fati$ All Her Energy
and Amfeitte Slipping Away.
North Plalto women know how the
aches and pains that come when the
kidneys fail make life a burden. , Back- places hereinafter stitcd, nt which said
acne, mn pains, ncauacnes, uizzy spciis, election tnc question snail ne sunmittca
distressing Uninary troubles, all tell of to the electors of tho proposed Platte
sick kidneys anu warn you of tho Valley Irrigation District, as follows:
steady approach of dropsy or Bright'a "Shall an Iirigntion district be formed
disease. Bonn's Kidney Pills are for to be named Platte Valley Irrigation
l.rt tfflnn,a nrtlt, TKnV flitnnV IfMflftV Tlfal-f-irtf tiAllrwlnfl na tl.tpninn f frtt flrt-
1 EUdiea, at wakk ; north hf of thosw qr section 26, town
L ca-tn.j l. 14, range 31; all of section 23, town 14,
ii u II range 31; tho bW qr of thoswqrof
Nfritce ef SmcmI
tjttertie, 'Mall the Platte t Valley section 21, town 14, rango 31, the
Irricalie Dktrkt be Farwea?" north hf of section 29, town 14, range
Notice is hereby riven that on tho 31, and tho south half of section
2nd day of December, 1911. a special 20, town, 14, range 31; nil of sec-
e ect on will bo ne d. at tnc time anu tion ) anu tno soutn nan oi section
Mrs. Roy Strecter. who has been ill
for six weeks past, is reported much
mproved this week.
v Fw Rent,
One '8 room house, west Cth St
electric light, bath and sower connec
One 8 room houso west Cth St., elec
itvlp llcrhr. fttld bath.
.Ono four room cottage, electric light
and city water.
r Inquire 1173 west Cth of Mrs, L.
Myrtle and VkiBity.
Ur. Fred Tatman and children re
turned Saturday from a visit with hor
parents at Mlndon and Fred Is wearing
, Mrs. Charllo -Brotomltz moved to
"Mrti-Mi Pint In FrldftV.
Burnlncr firo ituards Is tho order of
A a it
Mim Sodorman who is teaching tho
"th vouncr idea how to shoot" In (Its
trict twenty-nine, made a trip to North
rifttte Saturday wnoro sue purcnasuu
mi nftrnn for the School from tho pro-
eiedB of tho box uoclal held at tho
oolinni linDkii :i whort. time noro.
Edwn Slvlta spent last week in Gar
Held taking orocra a im uio E.conpii.
hog and cattle remedy, tor wmcn no
diseases bystrikingatthecnuso. Here's
proof of It in a North Plntto woman's
Mrs. Mary Hollenbeck, 620 E. 11th
St., North Platte, Neb., says: "In a
statement endorsing Doan'a Kidney
Pills given in August 1007, I told how
for several years previous. I had suf
fered from a severe ncho in the small
of my back. I aroso in tho morning
feeling stiff and lame and It required a
long time for mo to r,traighton. Tho
klljnoy secretions also annoyed me
greatly. Doan's Kldnoy Pills, procured
from McDonell & Graves' Drug Store,
proved beneficial and no other remedy
I havo over token has given me more re
lief. I don't know how I could get
nlong without thorn.
For sale by nil doalors. Price fifty
cents. Fostor-MIlburn Co., Buffalo.
Now York, sole agenta.for tho United
Remember the name Doan's and
tako no other.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Moyors, of
Sutherland visited in town tho last of
tho week whllo enrouto to Hastings,
where the latter was called by tho ill
ness of a relative.
First National Bank,
of North Platte, Nebraska.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Capital and Surplus $140,000.
E. F. SEEBERGER, President,
M. KEITH NEVILLE. Vice-President,
F. L. M00NEY, Cashier.
J. J. HALLIGAN.
DR. J. S. TWIHEM'S
For the treatment of
MEDICAL and SURGI
CAL patients. Also for
Union Realty and Investment! Company.
Paid up Capital $50,000. Surplus 50,000.00.
-OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS-
T. G. PATTERSON, President, R. BUCHANAN, Seo'y nnd Trens,
First Mortgages on Real EstatoJRpught, Sold and Negotiated.
This company is prepared to ioiin money of invostors on firs"t mort
gage ort, real estate, amply secured and drawing eight per cent semi
annual interest.' Money so invented will be exempt from taxation.
The Union Pacific is Ballasted with Sherman
Gravel, which makes a practically dustless
roadbed. It has fewer curves and lower "
grade than any other trans-continental .line
is laid out in long, easy tangents. You are
free from jolts, jars and dust
STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST
Protected by Electric Block Signals.
Excellent Dining Car on nil Trains.
For literature and information relative to fares,
routes, etc,, call on or address
F E. BULLARD, Agent.
as hereinafter ue
scribed, excluding thcroform certain ,
lands within said boundaries, nnd here- j
Iitafter specifically described: and in
clude In Said Platte Valley Irrigation
District, tho lands within said bound
aries hereinafter snecifially mentioned
and described ns included therein. Tho
boundaries of said districts, the lands
within said boundaries to be excluded
from said Irrigation District, and the
lands to bo included in said Irrigation
District arc as follows, towit:
Bemnninc at tho ne corner ot the nw
qr of sec. 14, town 14, range 83; running
thence west to the nw corner of tho
no qr of the nw qr of uid sec. 14:
thence south to the sw corner of said
no qr ol the nw qr or said sec. 14:
thence west to tho nw corner of tho sw
qr of he nw qr of said section 14;
thenca south on the sec. line to the sw
cor. of the said sec. 14; thenco west to
the nw corner of tho no qr of the ne qr
of sec. 22, town 14, range 33; thenco
south to tho sw corner of the ne qr of
tho-ne qr of said sec. 22; thenco east to
tno se corner oi tno ne qr or uio ne qr
of said sec. 22; thence south on the
section lino between sections 22 and 23
to the bw corner of section 23 town 14,
range 33; thence west on the section
lino between sections 22 and 27 to tho
nw corner of sec. 27, town 14, range 33:
thenco soutn on tno west line or said
sec. 27 to tho bw corner or aaiu sec. zi:
thenco east on the Bouth line of sal4
Bee. 27 to tho north DanK ot the Seutn
Platte river: thenco in an easterly
direction along tho north bank of the
oouin riaiuj river 10 wnurtj buiu uurui
bank intersects the east line of sec. 31,
township 14. ranee 31: thence north on
tho east lino of said sec. 31 to tho ne
corner of said sec. 81; thence east on
tho south sec. line of sections 29, 28 and
27 to the so corner of said sec. 27;
thenco north to tho no corner of the so
qr of the so qr of said sec. 27; thenco
east on tho south line or the n hi ot the
s hf of sec. 20 to the east line of snid
sec. 26, town 14, range 31; thenco north
to the no corner of the so qr of said
sec. Hor thence west on tho north line
of the s hf of said sec. 26 to the nw cor
of the sw qr; thence west on th5 north
lino or tho so or or sec. Z7. town 14.
ranee 31. to tho nw corner of the ne
qr of tho so ir of said sec. 27: thenco
north on tho east line of tho west half
of the ne qr of said sec. 27 to the ne
corner of the nw qr of tho ne qr of Bald
sec. 27; thenco west along tho north
line or saia Bee. zi to the nw comer
of said sec. 27; thence north on the
east line of sec. 21, town 14, range 31,
200 rods; thence cast 80 rds, thenco
north 80 roads thence east 80 rods,
thenco south 120 rods to the sw corner
of tho noqr of said sec. 22; thenco east
to the so corner or tho sw nr or tho no
or of sec. 22: thence north to the ne
corner ot tho nw qrot the ne qr of said
sec. 22; thence east on the section line
to tho se corner of sec. 15. town 14.
range 31; thence Bouth on tho west line
of sec. 23, town 14, range 81 to tho sw
corner of tho nw cir or said sec. 23:
thence east on tho south line of said nw
qr to tho so corner of said nw or of said
sec. 'i thence north on the east line or
said nw qr of said Bee. 23 to the no
corner of said nw qr of said sec. 23;
thenco north to tho no corner of tho se
nr of the sw or of sec. 14. town 14.
range 31; thence west on tho north line
of tho south hf of tho sw qr of said sec.
14, to tne nw corner ot the sw qr ot tho
nw qr of said aec. 14; thence north on
tno sec. line to tho no corner of the se
qr of aec. 15, tpwn 14, rango31; thence
west on tno north jino or said se qr or
sec, 15, 120 rods, thence north 80 rods,
thence west 40 rods, thenco north 40,
rods, thence wost 80 rods, thence north
40 rods to tho no corner of the nw qr
of tho liw qr of said section 15. town
14, range 31; thenco west on tho north
line of tho said section to the nw corner
of said sec 15. thenco west on the north
line of section 1G. town 14, rango 31, to
tho nw corner or the no ar of said sec.
10; thence north on tho east lino of the
sw qr of sec. 9, town 14, ranee 31, to
whero said line intersects the south
bank of tho North Platto river; thence
west along tho south bank of the North
Platto river to where snid bank inter
sects the west lino of said' sec. 9:
thenco south on tho west line of said
section 9 to tho no corner of section 17,
town 14, rango at; tnence west nlong
the north line of said section 17 to tho
nw corner of said sec. 17: thenco south
on the west lino of snid section 17 to
the sw corner of said section 17; thence
west on tho north line of section 19 to
the nw corner of said section 19; thenco
north on tho West line of section 18.
town 14: rnnce 31. 40 rods: thence enst
1G0 rods, thenco north 80 rods, thence
east 80 rods, thenco north SO rods.
thenco west 80 rods, thenco south 40
rods to tho bw corner of the ne qr of
snid section 18; thenco west on tho Bouth
lino of tho nw qr of said section 18. to
tne sw corner ot Bind nw nr of said sec
18; thence north on the east lino of
section 13, town 14, rango 32, to the
ne corner of said section 13: thence
weston the north line of saideection 13
to tho nw corner of Baid section 13;
thence south on tho west line of said
section 13 to the bw corner of Raid rpp
tion 13: thence weston tho north line of
taction za w me nw corner ot tne ne qr
of the no qrof said section 23, town, 14,
rango az; tnence soutn on tno west line
of the east hf of thu no nr nf nntri Mo
tion 23, to the sw corner of tho so qr of
the neqr of said section23; thence west
on the south line of tho no ar of said
section 23; to the aw corner of the ne qr
of Baid section 23; thenco north 120
rods; thence west 1C0 rods to tho west
lino of said section 23; thence north 40
rods to thonw corner of said section 23;
then west on tho north line of sections
22, 21, 20 and 19, town 14, rango 32 and
on tno nortn lino or section 24, town 14.
rango 83 to the nw corner of said sec
tion 21. owh 14, rango 33; thenco north
40 rods; ' flh"enco west 1G0 rods;
thence north on tho east line
or tho wst half of section 14,
town 14, rango 33 to tho place of
beginning at tho no corner of tho nw
qr ot section 14. town 14. ranco 83.
Said Irrigation district to include nil
of the lands included within tho
boundaries aforesaid, except the lands
hereinafter described, which aro to bo
excluded from said district, viz; Tho
19, all in town 14, ranee 31; the south
and all of tho nw qr of said section 22,
town 14, range tsz, save nnu except tne
following tracts of land:
A strip 40 rods wido north and soutn
and 160 rods east and west, directly
south of the main irrigating canal; nnd
a strip beginning on tho west line of
said section 24 on tho north bank of said
main irrigating canal, running thence
east 120 rods along said canal, thence
north 53 rods, thenco west 120 rods,
thence south 53& rods to tho place of
beginning; all- of section 20, town 14,
range 32; the south half of secton 23 and
tho south hf of the so qr of tho nw qr
of said section 23 and the south qr of
the sw or of thonw a r of the sad section
23, town 14, range 32, nnd tho so qr of
section 22 and the east half of tho sw
qr of section 22, and the nw qr of the
bw nr ot section zz. and tne south nan
of the south half of the ne qr of said
section 22, town 14, range 32; the
ne or of section 28. the south one-half
nnd the south half of tho nw
qr of section 28, all in town 14, range
32: the south half of section 20: the
south half of tho south half of the ne qr
of Baid section 20 and the south half of
the nw ar of said section 20. all in town
14. ran tare 32: the fractional south half
of section 30: the east half of the ne qr
of said section 30: the aw or of the ne
qr of said section 30; the south half of
tnc nw qr of said section SO, all in town
14, range 32; tho south half of section
19. town 14. ranee 82: the so ar of sec
tion -24, except CO acres on north side
theredf ! the south half of the sw qr of
section, ,24, and tho south half of the
north half of the sw qr of said section
24. all in town 14. ranco 83: the north
half of the ne qr of section 26, and nw
qrof section' 26, and the fractional south
half of section 26 in town 14, range 33:
the sw nr and the Be qrof the nw qr of
secK6ilJ4, township 14, range 33, and
the se qr of so qr of section 23, town
14, range an.
Tho lands to bo included in said dis
trict aro more particularly described as
The north half of the so qr of section
26: tho nw qr of section 23; the south
half of the sw qr of sectibnli: the south
half and the nw-qr and tho west half of
the neqr of soction zy: the west hair ot
thene qr; the north half of the no qr of
the nw qr and the north three-fourths
of the west half of the nw ar. all in sec
tion 22; the south half and the south
half of tho nw qr and tho nw qr of the
nw qr and the south halt of tho ne qr
of tho nw qr, and the wost half of the
sw qr of the no qr in section 15: the aw
qr of section 9; all of section 16; the
north half and tho so qr; the east half
of the sw qr and tho north half of the
west half of the bw qr in section
21; all of section 17; the nw qr and
the ne qr of section 20: and the south
half of section 29; tho north half of sec
tion 19; the south half of the sw qr of
the no qr nnd tho north half of the
nw qr of the se qr and tho north
half of th sw qr and the north half of
the south half of the sw qr of section
18, all in town 14, rango 31. And the
following landB in town 14, range 32
All of Bection 13: all of tho no qr of sec
tion 24; and also the following tract on
the nw qr of said section 24, beginning
on the west lino of Bection 24 at the
north bank of the irrigatingcanul there
on, thence east 120 rods along said canal
thence north 53 rods, thence west 120
rods, thenca south fifty-three and one
third rods to tho place of be
ginning; being 40 acres. And also the
following tract on the nw qr of section
24, a piece of land directly south of the
right-of-way of the main canal thereon
160 rods east and west nnd 40 rods north
and south being 40 acres. Also all of
Section 25: tho east half of tho ne qr
the south half of tho north half of the
nw qr; the north half of tho so qr of the
nw qrr the north three-fourth of the sw
qr of tho nw qr all in section 23. Tho
nw qr and tho north .halt or the nrqr
and the north half of the south half of
the ho ar and tho bw nr of thoisw ar.
all in section 22; all of section 27; all of
section 21; the north half of tho nw qr
of se:tion 28; the north half of tho ne
qr.. the north half of the south half of
the no qr, tho north half of tho nw qr.
all in section 20: all of section 29: tho
north half of section 19; tho nw qr of
tho ne qr and the north half of the nw
quarter of section 30. All i of Baid last
described lands aforesaid being 'in town
14, range oi.
Also the following described land
being in township 14, rango 83: The
north half and tho north hlf of tho
north half of the sw qr of Bection 24
nnd noHh 50 acres of the Be or: the
north half nnd tho fractional south half
of section 25; the neqr of the nw qr, the
bw qr or tnc nwqr, tne south halt of the
south halt ot tho se qr, of section 14
all of .section 23 except the se qr of the
bo qr; tho south hnlf of tho ne qr of
section m tne ne qr or tno ne qr oi sec
tion 22: all of section 27: said last de
scribed lBnds being in town 14, ranee 83,
in audition tno toiiowmg described
tracts to bo .included in said district
commencing c tne southwest corner
of section 28, toNvn 14, rango 80, west
of the 6th P. M. , thence north on tho
section lino 439 feet, thonco in a south
easterly direction to a point 210 feet
feet north of the southeast corner of the
southwest quarter of said section; thence
soutn on tne nan section line to said
corner, thenco west on section line to
place of betrinnlntr. excepting that por
tion of said tract of land described
herein, hereinbefore deeded to tho North
I'latte Cemetery and the City of North
l'latto, Nebraska; this deed being in
tended to convey 13& acres, more or less,
Also the north half of tho northwest
quarter of the northeast quarter of sec
tion 82, towship 14, range 30.
For the purpose of this election, and
said irrigation district, if formed, shall
bo divided Into three directors diatricta
Directors district No. 1 shall bo all
that part of said proposed district situ
ated east of tho naif Bection lino, run
ning north and south through sections
18, 19 and 80. township 14, range 81..
Directors district No. 2 shall be all
that part of said proposed .district lying
west of said directors district No. 1 anu
east of tho enst lino of sections 20 and
29, In township 14, rango 82.
Directors district No. 3 shall be nil
that part of sold proposed irrigation
district lying west of directors district
For tho purpose of said election tho
torritory contained in each of tho
directors district shall bo an election
precinct, nnd the polling places in said
precincts Bhall bo as follows:
in directors district no. i at tne
latto Valley school houso In said
In Directors District No. 2 nt the
Nichols school houso in .uald District.
In Directors District No. 3 at tho
'Fallon school houso in said District.
The ballot used at said election shall
contain the words:
Irrigation district, .Yes.
Irrigation district 1...N0.
Those voting in favor of tho forma
tion of snid district shall mark their
ballot with an X opposite tho words
Thoso votinrr neainst the formation
of such Irrigation shall mark their
ballot with nn X opposite the words
irrigation district...... No."
Thero shall also bo voted for at said
election by tho electors of said proposed
irrigation district, persons to fill tho
following othces, which said otneers
must bo resident electors of said pro
posed irrigation district and directors
Ono person for treasurer.
Ono person for assessor.
And also three directors: ono for
each directors district, who shall reside
therein nnd bo an elector in said
Each elector shall write on his
ballot and designate tho ofllccrs he
desires tho person voted for to fill:
une person ior treasurer.
Ono person for assessor
And ono person for directors of said
irrigation district, from tho directors
district, in which said elector votes.
baid election shall bo open at cieht
o'clock in the morning nnd continue
open until six o'clock in the evening of
said 2nd day of December, 1911.
1''. It. tiLLIOTT, .
Seal County. Clerk.
li A. Ji AMES. MARIE AMES.
Decters Ames & Awes, &
f: Physicians and Surgeons,
U Offlco over Stone Drug Co. ft
O Phones I Office 273 H
6 1 hones t Residence 273 6
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROS1T,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
JOE B. REDFIBLD, rVi. D.
Physician and burgeon.
Specially: SKIN DISEASES,
Day and night calls promptly answered
Office P. S. Hospital. Phono 642.
Rorlal No. OHIO.
NOTICE l'OB I'UniilOATION
DKl'AHTMENT OF TUB INTKHtOU.
United States Land Ofllco.
At North Platto, Nebraska. Oct. 6. 1011.
Notice Is horoby Rlvon that Hunli
r.. Gaunt of North Platte Neb., who on
Dec. 29th. 1005, made homestead entry No.
21003. Gerlal No. 02110 for Uio w8t half and
wcsthMf oatbIf. 80c Ion 10. Township 1.
N Itaniro 81 W., of tlio flth Principal
Morldlan, lias tiled notlco of in
tention to tnako dual live year
Sroof. to ostabllsU claim to tho land above
escribed, before the irelster and recolver
at North Platto, Nobraska. on tho 0th day
Of Dec- 1911.
Claimant names as wltnossox; Harry
Madlnon. IItnry Docbke. George Macomber
and David Macomber, all of North Platte.
OlO-O .Toiim K. F.vanb. Rfgisor.
By virtue of an Order of Sale Issued
from tho District Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, upon n decree of
foreclosure rendered In said Court
wherein George T. Field is plaintiff
nnd John Shntfer et nl are defendants,
and to mo directed, I will on tho 2nd
day of December, 1911, at one o'clock
p. m., at the east front door of the
court house in North Platto, Lincoln
County, Nebraska, sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash, to
satisfy said decree, interests and co3ts,
tho following described property,
Lot eight (8) block six (6) Peniston
Addition to the city of North Platte,
'jincoln County, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte, Neb., Oct, 21st,
I. L. MlLTONBEUOER, Sheriff.
Serial No. 03016.
Department ot tho Intorlor.
U. B, Land Olllco at North Platte. Nob.
t , September 8. 111.
Notlco Ik hereby elvon that Clarenro I.
Lewis, ot North Platte. NeU. who. on Nov.
l$,lXl.roado homestead ontry No. 2S!.sorlal
No. 030W for HHNWM. anrl NBXNwU. 8
NEW. NWKNKW. NK8WH. SICkSWK. NM
9M. SiyMHEUofSec. 10. Town 12. N. Itaneo
KMV. or tbo, eth Principal Morldlan. has
Hied notice of Intention to make tlnul live
year proof, to establish claim to tho land
alxve described. Ixjforo tho Healster and lte
celver at North Platte. Nebraska, on the 2lth
day of November. 10)1.
, Claimant names as witnesses: IJenderrson
J. Kunner, Hershoy. Neb.; filllam Kacka.
Dlckenn. Nob.: Paul Smith, ot North Platte.
Nob. 5 Spencer Y Edmlston. llorshey, Neb.
oS-B J. E. Kvans. Koelstor.
NOTICE OP SETTLEMENT,
Tho Stato of Nebraska. Lincoln County, ss
In the County Court.
In the Matter of the Estato of David
W. Ilarshflold, Deceasod.
To tho creditors, heirs lecatoes and others
Interested In the estato ot David W. Ilarsh
Take notice, that Mary O, narsh
Hold has filed in the county court a
report or her doings as administratrix ot
said estato and it is ordered that the
same stand for hearing the 21st day of
November A. I). 1911, before the court
at tho hour of 0 o'clock, a. m., at which time
any person lntorestod may appear and except
to and contest the same. And notice of this
proceeding Is ordered elven In tho North
Platte Tribuno. a ncml-woekly newspaper
published for six successive lssuos prior to
said date of hearing,
Witness my band and the seal of tho coun
ty court at North Platte. Neb., this 2Uth day
of October A. D. 1011.
o3i-o ,.7oiin Git ant. County Judge.
By virtue of an order of tale Usued from the
dltrlct court of Lincoln county, Nebnuka, upon a
decree of forccloauro rendered In talj court
wherein Harrington & Tobln, a co-partnership, It
plaintiff and Mm. A. J. Frailer, la defendant,
and to me directed, I will on the 26th day of No
vember, 1011. at one o'olock, p. m., at tho east
front door of tho court houao In North Platto,
Lincoln county, Nebraska, sell at public auction
to the htgheat bidder for cash, to aatlafy sakl
docroc. Interests and coats, the following described
property, to-wlt: l,ot seven and eight (T and 8),
block four (), In Trustees Addition In tho city of
North l'latto, Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte-, Nebraska. Oct. 1J, 101L
17- I. L. MiLTOtiucnUEK, Sheriff.
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