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i Ifr i l; l & Semi -Weekly Tribune Ira L. Bare, Editor nnrl Publisher. SUI1SCRIPT10N KATES. Ono Year by Mail in advance $l.'Jo Ono Year by Carrier in advance $l.fiO Enteral nt North Platte, Nebraska, I'oSt ofllco as Second Class Matter. TUESDAY, MAR. 5, 1912. Political Announcements. LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATIVE. At thu solicitation of friends I hereby announce myself a candidato for the republican nomination for representa tive from Lincoln county, subject to the approval of the voters at thu pri mary election to be held April 19th, 1012. Harry P. Stkvenb, Maxwell, Neb. COUNTY AS8KMUOR. I lureby announce mywlf a' can didate for the democratic nomination for county assessor, subject to the action of the democratic voters at th primary election April 19th. My homo is in Fox Creek precinct, where I have resided for the past 23 years. 1 will appreciate any support given rno. PETER J EPSON. PU horoby announce myself as a candi date for the republican nomination for County Assossor, subject to the decis ion of the voters nt the primary olec tion in April. Lawrence 1'. Carpenter. I hereby announce myself ns a candi date for the republican nomination for county assessor, subject to the decision of the voters at the primary election April 19th, 1912. I linvo resided in Fox Creek precinct for seventeen yenrs. I will appreciate support givcri mo by tho voters. Homer II. Kodgers. I am a candidate for tho republican nomination of county nssossor subject to tho decision of the voters at the pri mary election April 19th, 1912. I have lived in western Nebraska for twenty one years, fourteen of which have been spent in Hinmnn precinct. For the Inst four years I have been precinct assessor. Any support given me will bo fully appreciated. A. W. Arnett. Refreshing Our Memory. Tho following is taken from tho Con gressional Record of February 20th: , Mr. lincon, In order that tho Con gressional Record may bo complete, I wish to havo inserted as a part of my remarks tho words of the two para graphs which I asked unanimous con sent to havo printed a8a document. Tho Vlco President Without objec tion, permission is granted. The mattor roferrcd to ia as follows: "On March A next 1 shall havo served three and a hnlf yenrs, and this thrco and a half years constitute my first term. Tho wiso custom which limits tho President to two terms regards tho subatanco and not tho form, and undor no circumstances will I bo n candidato . for or nccept another nomination. Thoodoro Roosevelt, November 8, 1904." "I havo not changed and Bhall not change that decision thus nnnounced. ' Theodore Roosevelt, December 11. 1907." Mr. Wlllinms. Following up what tho senator from Georgia said, in order that the Congressional Record may bo still moro full and perfect, I wish to havo inserted tho opeechea to which I re ferred as tho subject of my request. Tho Vice President. Ih there objec- . tlon to tho request? , Mr. Poindoxter. What is tho request? . Tho Vlco President. Tho senator from Mississippi will ploaso Htato moro specifically his request. Mr. Williams. It la that thoro bo printed in tho Record tho remarks made by the senator from Massachu setts Mr. Lodge at tho republican nntionnl convention during that year upon the Bubjcct of tho good faith of tho thon President in not Hooking n ro nomination and tho romarks made at tho samo tltno by tho temporary chnir- - man, tho thon Sonator Burrows, upon tho same subjoct. ' Tho Vice Prosldont. Ia there objec tion? Tho Chair hears none. Tho matter referred to Ib ns follows: "Nothing has ndded so imich to his (Roouovolt's) just fame iw his persis tant and irrovocnblo refusal to break tho unwritten law of the republic by accepting a nomination for a third term. By this act of self-abnegation ho plncoB his nnmo and famo in tho secure keeping of history byjtho side of thnt of tho Immortal Washington." Applause. Speech of JuHub C. Burrows, tempor ary chnirmnn of the Republican national "convention, 1908, "Hla refusal of a renominntion, dic tated by tho loftiest motive and by a noblo loyalty to American traditions, is final and irrovocnblo. Applauso Any ono who attempts to uso his nnmo as a candidate for tho presidency impugns both his sincerity nnd his good faith, two of tho President's greatest and most conspicuous qualities ( upon which no shadow has over been enst. Ap plouso. That man is no friend of Theo dore Roosevelt, and does not cherish hla namo and famo, who now from any motivo seoka to urge him for tho great office which he hns finally declined." Speech of Senntor Lodge, pormanont chairman of "tho Republican corn-option of 1903. More Court House Letters. Editor Tribune: Havingbeen requested to express my Ideas with reference to the erection of a new court house in the city of North Platte, I desire to say thnt I do not know of anything that the people of Lincoln county, as a whole, need any worse than a now court house. Tho officer) of the various county officials are crowded so that it is impossible to transact the business expeditiously, the county court room and tho county clerk's being especially so. Besides thnt, tho public records are in imincnt danger of being destroyed byj'fire, should one occur in the court house. Especially ia this true of the records in tho office of tho 'clerk of tho district court, and in that of tho county treas urer, whore no protection for records is afforded. I am now and have been for some time past, in favor of the building of a new court house. Respectfully yours, .1. F. Bkki.Ur. 'Editor .Tribune: I endorse fully the position of Julius liter on the conrt house proposition. The question of fixing or enlarging the present court houlo was thoroughly gone into years ago and abandoned, and it is little short of criminal to leave tho records that protect the rights of children, widows and all others unpro tected. Thoro "is no reasonable ar gument against this movo of ono of our foremost citizens. John E. Evans. Editor of Tribune: I heartily endorse Juliu3 Pizer's com munication in regnrd to building n now court house. The present building is wholly inad equate and a disgrace to any public spirited community nnd it would be a shame to expend any of the public money in making additions thereto. If tho people of North Platte would all take tho public spirited view of tho matter that Mr. Pizor does and all work together boosting for a now court house they would receive the support of a majority of the pooplo outside of North Platte, nnd thej new building could bo secured before trie end of tho present year. T. C. Patterson. Funeral of David Mooncy. Tho funeral of tho lato DavidJMooncy wnB hold Sunday afternoon;. from tho residence of his son, Frank L. Mooncy, a largo number of friends of tho family attending tho services. Many beauti ful floral tributes were sent by North Platte and Lexington friends. The ser vices were conducted by Rev. Mr. Porter, assisted by Rev. Mr. Williams. Preceding his address, which was a most appropriate one, Mr. Porter rend tho following biographical sketch of the deceased: David Mooney was born at Cincinna tus, N. Y., April 20, 1834. In 1857 he Amoved to Ottawn. 111., and at the breaking out of tho civil war he enlisted in the 53d Illinois volunteer infantrv undor Gen. W. H. L. Wallace. After tho battlo of Shiloh ho was invalided to Benton barracks at Memphis, Tenn., for six months and later was discharged at Bollivar, Tenn. For twenty-fivo yonrs pnst ho had been n member of Reno Post, G. A. R., nt Loxington. Brother Moonoy joined tho Masonic lodge nt Eureka, III., Sept. 13th, 18G4, and demitted to Thistle lodge No. 01, Luxington, Jan. 5th, 1892. Novembor 15, 18G0, lie was married to Mary F. Ogle at Minonk, 111. Five Bons and one daughter were born to this union, two sons having died in in fnncy. Thoro remain George A., Brinton D., Frank L. nnd Grnco E. Brother Moonoy was of Quaker ances try, but joined tho Methodist church nt Roanonk, III., in 187G. Ho was a trained horticulturist and followed this work from hia youth. Sinco 1878 Brother Moonoy with his family have been residents of Nebrnskn, having at that time settled in Furnas county, where thoy lived until 188-1, when they moved to Lexington. For ton yenrs Mr. Mooney had been nn invalid, mote or loss. Ilia ln3t sickness had been of six months' duration. His passing away was quiet and peaceful. At the last ho waved hia hand to the loved ones around his bedside and auid: rGoodbye, lam Kolng." KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. Health is Worth Saving, and Some North Platte Know How to Save It. Many North Platte people take their lives in their hands by neglecting their kidneys when they know these organs need help, Sick kidneys are responsi ble for a vast amount of suffering and ill health tho slightest delay is danger ous. Uso Donn's Kidney Pills a rem ody that has curod thousands of kidney oi,0.io II...... :., TvT..ii. rin.. -ir ouiiuiq. irau in it isurui i mill) ciu- zen's recommendation. Thomns McGovern, -109 E. Tenth St, North Plntto. Neb., says: "I have uaed Donn's kidnoy Pills off nnd on for a great many yenrs. Whenever I become nfllictcd with kidney trouble irom ovor exertion, nnd nave severo pains through my back, this remedy is my mninstay. 1 havo been so bad from Btiffness in my bacK that I could scarco ly straighten when arising in tho morn ing. Donn's Kidney Pills, procured from McDonoll & Graves' drug store, have givon mo wonderful reliof. There ia no oilier remedy that can bo com pared with thorn. For sale by all dealers. Prico CO conta. Fostor-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. Now i ork, sole ngunts for tho United Statos. Remember the name Donn's nnd tnko no other, A PROTERED GUIDE By JULIA B. WICKERSHAM Copyright by American I'rosa Asso ciation, 1911 Mr. nnd Mrs. Ihukendule, a .voting American couple, visiting Paris on their wedding trip, sauntered out of their hotel on tho Ruo Itlvoll with n view to inspecting the sights of Parts, Crossing tho Ruo do la Palx, they met a gentleman, whom Bnrkcndale stop ped and nsked where they would find the Plnco do la Concorde. Bnrkcndale and his wife both spoke French fairly well, nnd they had no difficulty in mnklng themselves understood. "Perhaps I find better show you the wny," replied tho stranger. "It Is quite unnecessary, I assure you. StM"- Tho gentlomnn wnlked with them to the plnco In question and instead of leaving them where they could plnlnly boo tho landmarks he find mentioned escorted them farther, saying: "Perhaps you will permit mo to glvo you the historical facta concerning this locality. This space during the reign of terror was enlled the Place d In Revolution. Where thnt obelisk HtnndH there stood the guillotine, and there were beheaded King Loula XVI.. his queen, Marie Antoinette, nnd more than 2.500 others of lesser rank, from princes of tho blood down to tho most ordinary citizen." Mrs. Bnrkcndale shuddered n-nd slipped a hand Into her husband's arm. "1 sometimes pass this plnco late at night," continued tho accommodating stranger, "nnd now nnd again 1 havo ueen some ono contemplating this spot where stood the guillotine with pro found emotion. Either such persons have been strangers who havo for years read about those stirring times or de scendants of some person or persons who were executed there. I once snw an old man looking nt the spot, the teara rolling down his eyes. I asked him why he was so moved, and ho said that his grandmother whoso portrait, a beautiful girl of twenty, hung In his house wns executed there." "I never thought of that," snld Mr. Barkcndnlo. "I see people passing and repassing hero entirely unmoved by these memories, and hnd you not men tioned It I would not havo supposed, any living person to be touched by them. You, sir, seem to bo an exception.'' "I? I moved by them'? 1 nssure you, sir, 1 havo no feeling whatever concerning those who have so long passed away." Mrs. Barkcndnlo, who had become quite Interested In the stranger's ex periences, nt this lnvoluntnrlly shud dered again. She could not understand how nuy one could be unmoved by them, even though they occurred ' a century ngo. "There are many stories," continued tho stranger, "concerning this spot. No place in tho world has contributed so many themes, especially for tragedies. Every time the ax fell some person 'or persons were filled with mingled grief and horror. It wns the climax of many of life's dramas. Tho most eminent was tho royal tragedy in which first n fnther wns torn from his wife and children to be executed, then tho moth er torn from those Who remained" Mrs. Uarkendulo pulled nt her hus band's nrm. Tho subject wns fasci nating, but growsomo. "I think," bald tho husbund, "titnt wo will go and get a little lunch. Would you honor us by taking a bite with ns?" Tho Invltntlon wns given with tho expectation that the stranger would understand It to be a courteous ox change for his civility. Mr. Barken dale was surprlhed at Its ncccptnnco. The three walked to a cafe on a boulevard not far distant nnd, sitting down nt n table, ordered the French breakfast with a fork, or dejeuner n la forchette.. Tho stranger s,poko no more of the horrors which hnd so af fected Mrs Barkendale, hut which troubled htm not In the slightest. Nevertheless he made himself extreme ly Interesting In tolling the strnngern about curiosities to be seen In the cap ital Mr. Barkendale weenied grently interested In what ho snld and gath ered a good dei) I of information as to ways of roaehlng different objects of Interest, especially those la the en virons But there was something about the man that produced a very antagonistic effect on the lady. She wns greatly relieved when tho moal was finished and they wore prepar ing for tliolr departure. Mr, Barkendale thanked the stranger ugnln for his kindness and. taking out n enrdense. handed him his card. "I haven't a card with me." replied the man. "I never carry cards. If you can sp.iro art extra ono of yours I will write my name on it for you." Bnrkendale handed him one of his cards The man wrote his nnmo on it nnd handed it buck, but Mrs, Barkcn dnlo wns so eager to got away from the mnn that her husband put it In his pocket without looking nt it. When tho lndy reached tho stdownlk and hnd parted company with their guldo sho snld she felt as if alio had been In a prison waiting for boiuo ouo to drag llcr to the guillotine. That evening while Mr. Barkcndnlo was smoking In the hotel entrance ho thought of the card. Taking It out of his pocket, he road the stranger's name M. do Paris. Handing It to the proprietor, he nak ed him who was M. de Paris. Tho proprietor looked nt him eurlously nud snld: "M. du Paris la tho oxooutionor," Telephone The wonderfully rapid growth of the telephone has made its use universal and its misuse a mattor of keen public concern. When you talk over the telephone, sjieak in a slow dis tinct and even tone, with your lips about one inch from your mouthpiece, talking directly into the transmitter. Telephone diaphrams are constructed for ordinary mod ulations of the voice, and to talk otherwise is not conducive to the best transmission. . When your telephone rings, do not reply "Hello!" Answer by giving your name, as "Brown speaking," or Jones & Company Brown talking." That method saves useless words and is both courteous direct. In making a call, the figures of a telephone number should be seperated and one number given at a time. For example, in calling "Black 140," when "Central" ask for the number, say "Black one-four-oh." Nebraska Telephone Company Send Us Your Shipments of Wo pay the top market. Three cou pons free with returns on each car of hay you ship us to handlo for your ac count. Fifteen coupons and $3.50 in cash will secure for your home an ele gant 42-Piece Royal Blue Dinner Set worth $10.00. Consign your hay to us and please the ladies and also get a good prico for your liny. Our Motto: Fair treatment and prompt remittances. . Sample of the qunlity of tlieso dishes can bo seen nt tho -office of tho Semi- Weekly Tribune. The F. C. Ayre3 Mer. Co., 20th and Wazee Streets, Denver, Colorado. Dift tysdfield Infield, Physicians nnd Surgeons. WILLIS J. RBDFIRLD. Sursreon. JOE U, REDF1ELD, Physician. OrFlCE: Physicians & Surgeons . . Hospital . . PHONE C42. F. J. BROEKM Merchant Tailor. 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 repair clothes. Wo carry samples of goods and make clothes of all kinds to order, insuring first-class workmanship and perfect fit. Ta Grain Hay We'll be Right on the Job when you notify us there is some thing wrong with your plumbing Bo there with nil the tools and materials too. Evcrthing in the Plumbing Line is part of our business. We stand ready to do anything, eithor in repairs or in the installation of nn otire now plumbing system. R. F. STUART, . Shop Phone 3G9. Res. Phone G83 217 East Sixth Street. "5 Scientific Facial Massage end Scalp Treatment With Electric Vlbrntor done homo or nt 303 E. Third. nt your own 35 cents. MISS BIRKINSHAW Phone GS9. fc wJrH, M kkVi Km m t k h A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES. HnHnrc Amnc A Amnc i 9. -"- l p Physicians and Surgeons, H Office over Stone Drug Co. c. 6 PhnnPQ ) Office 273 y. g Phones Reaidence273 :0 Office phono 241. Res. phone 217 L. C. DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nebraska. McDonald Bank Building. GEO. D. DENT, f r Dhvcirinn nnii Qnrnprm & -V Office over McDonald Bank. Phones JOfTicelSO ) nesioence no & e0eaatese9seaseBseooi9 DR. J. S. TWINEM, Homeopathic Physician and-Surgeon Special attention Riven to confine ments anil children's diseases, Ofllco Phono IK) Kos. Phono:2S3 Onico McDonald State Hanlc Hld'er ocws3eseooaaiie9tot)oeeo Forsfcedt & Sheedy call attention to their complete line of Home Wade Harness, the kind that wears well, looks well and of the best of workmanship. We pay special attention to all kinds of repair ing, nnd nlso the oiling of harness We carry everything in the saddlery and harness line. FORSTEDT & SHEEDY, LOCUST STREET. AN EVENING AT HOME. With one of Schmnlzried's Cigars to smoke makes life worth the living. Our cigars have stood tho test of time: there are men in North Platto who are smoking the same brand they did twenty yenrs ago, and they find them the samo good cigar. Our cigars are mnde in North Platte for North Platto buyers; made of good tobacco and well made. J. F. SCHNALZRIEn Notice, Hans Thinsen will take notice thnt on the 23rd day of Jan.. 1912, P. II. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace, of North Platte Precinct No 1, in and for Lincoln county, Nebraska, issued an order of attachment for tho sum of $15.00 in nn nction now pending before him, wherein John Sanunll is plaintiff hnd Hans Thinsen is defendant, that property consisting of money in the hands of tho Union Pacific railroad company, a corporation, has been at tached under said order. Said cause was continued to tho 19th day of March, 1912, at 2 o'clock p. m. Dated this 7th day of Feb. 1912. John Sandall, Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE. Ily viituo of an order of ealo Issued from tho district court of Lincoln countv. Nebraska, uixin a decreo of forcclosuro rendered In said court wherein American Investment and Trust Company, n corporation, is lilaintilT, and Victor A. Palm et. al., are defendants, and to mo directed, I will on the 2Srd day of March ltfl'J, at two o'clock, (i, m.. at tho east front door of the court house in North Platto, Lincoln countv, Nebraska, gii at publie auction ta tho httchiMt btddar for cash, to satisfy naid decroa. inturoau ami costs, the following described proforty, to-wit: Tho ecuit half (K) suction, nln (!)) township (in) north, rane thirty-one (81) wut of 8th I. M In Lincoln county, Ne braska. Dated North Platte, Neb., -Feb. 11th. 1912. A. J. Sai.ubuky, SharifT. rrpw AUCTIONEER. E. H. FUNK, of Cheyenne, Wyo., an auctioneer with 40 years experience, has lo cated in North Platte, and would like to make prices and dates for your sales. Have sold stock and general merchandise all over Ne braska . See me at F. E. Barber's Restau rant, corner of 6th and Locust St. E. H. FUNK. Notice of Sale. In tho district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska. In tho matter of the application of John A. Herrod, administrator of the estate of Isaac Lamplaugh, deceased, for leave to sell real estate. Notice iB hereby given thnt in pur suance of an order of tho Hon. II. M. Grimes, judge of the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, made on tho 7th day of October, 1911, for the sale of the real estate, here in after de scribed, there will be sold nt public vendue, to tho highest bidder for cash, at the east front door of the court house in tho city of North Platte, Lin coln county, Nehraska, on the 0th dny of March, 1912, at the hour of 2 p. m. the following described real estate: The east one-eleventh of lot six (G) in block one hundred and three (103), in tho city of North Platte, being a strip of land six feet wide and one-hundred and thirty-two feet in length on the east aide of said lot six, in block one hundred and three (103), in the city of North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebras ka. Dated this 13th day of Feb., 1912. John A. Heruod, Administrator of the estate of Isaac Lamplaugh, deceased. Notice of Sale. In the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska. Tn tVlP mnrrnl- nf tlln nrrdinnfiM fP John A. Herrod, administrator of the estate oi Mary Lamplaugh deceased f leave to sell real estate. Notice is hereby given that in put Rliancn of nn nrrlpr nf ihn Hnn H 1W Grimes, judge of the district court, of ijmuuin county, iMeorasKa, maue on tne 7th dav of Oetnhniv 1011 for thn onln of thfi roal nstntfl. horn in nffni- lu. scribed, there will be sold at public ven- auo, to tne nignest Diauer lor cash, at uiu east ironi uoor oi me court nouse in thf pit.V of North Plntto T.innnln county, Nebraska, on the 6th day of miiicn, ivi6, at ine nour or z r. M., the following described real estate: That part of lot 6 in block 103, original town of North Platte, described as fol lows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the south line of said lot, forty feet east of the south-west corner, thence on the south line of said lot easterly twenty feet, thence in a northerly direction on a line parallel with the east line of said lot to the north line of said lot, thence westerly on the north line of said lot twenty feet, thence in a southerly direction to the place of be ginning; said land being in the city of North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska. Dated this 13th day of Feb. 1912. John A. Herrod, Administrator of the estate of Mary Lamplaugh, deceased. t'orlal No. 03!B7. NOTICE I-'Olt PURLIOATION di:pautmi:nt or the intphiok. ITnliod Statos Land Ofllco. At North Platte, Nobiaska, Fob 8. 101-', Notice Is horoby given thar Elmer Cooper of North Platto Nob., who on March 30th. HOT, mado hotnestund entry No. W.r. Serial No. O3J07 for tho oast half of th" nortlierst (luarftor and tbn east half of Bouthoast diiartpr of Section so, Town 15, N., Ramie ffi W of tho 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of In tention to mako final fivo roar proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, boforo the register and locolvor at North Platte. Nebraska, on tho fith day of April. 1912. Claimant tramoi as witnesses: Car w. McOrow. Fred Maiono, Julia Malono and Mary llreternltz, all of North Platto. Nob. M- John E. Evans Koifistor. Notice tor Publication. Serial No. 0-JMJ nn Department of tho Interior. U. S. Land Olllce at North Platto. Nob. , Fob. tttli, 1K!1. Notlco It hereby Kivon that Frank Hood, of North Platto, Neb., who on Ma-. 20. KM. mado Homostoad Entry No. 21U)t). Serial No. GZ'Ml, for north half and southwest iuarter Section 22, Towiibhlp, 111. North, ranco .".0, West of tho sixtn principal morldlan hah Died notlco of Intention to mako llnal fivoyoar proor. to establish claim to tho land abovo described, before the Itecistor and ltecolver at North Platto Nebraska, on tho 10th flay of April, 1H1J. Claimant names as witnesses: Chris Jolm enn, Rupert Schwaltrcr. Richard Hots and Charles II. Ilretcruliz, all of North Plato. Nb. fS-)-" I. R. Evanr. ReirlRtor NOTICE OP SETTLEMENT. The State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, ss. In tho County Court. In tho matter of tho oetato of Martin Hood, decerned. To the creditors, helrg, legatees, and others in-tonwtc-d In the estate of Martin Hood. Take notice, that Rupert Schualger, adminis trator, has filed in the county court a n-port of his dolnsrs as Administrator of bald ostate, and it Is ordered that thu same stand for hearing the 2d day of March, A. D 1012, before the court at the hour of 9 o'clock, a. m., at which time nny person interested may appear and except tn nnd contest the same And notico of this proceeding is ordered given In the North Platte Tribune, a seini'woekly paper, for three successive uccka prlvr to mild date of heanntc. Witnees my hand nnd the seal of the county court at Nort Platte, Nebraska, this 2d day of March, A. D.. 1912. John Chant, County Judge. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby grfven that by virtue of an ex edition issued by tho District Court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, in faor of Glnn. White & Schatz, n corporation, and atralnst Euircno Van Natta, In the namo of E. Van Natta, and to mo directed, I will at one o'clock, p. m., on the 30th day of MarcU 1912, at the east front door of tl o court house of snld county. In the city of North Platte, Nebraska, olfor for tale at public auction, the following described real estate, situated in Lincoln county, Nebraska, to-lt: Lot seven (7), block thlrty.slx (3C), of tho original town of the city of North Platte, levied upon as tho property of tho said Eugene Van Natta, on the said execution, said sale to remain open ono hour. Dated at North Platte, Neb., Feb., 2J, 1912, f27-5 A. J. SAUsnuitY, Sheriff. Notice To Delinquents. Notico is hereby given that the rental upon the lense contracts to the following desiribed Innds in Lincoln county, Nebraska, as set opposite the nnmes qf tho holder thereof, is delin quent, nnd if tho nmount which is due is not paid within GO days from tho date of this notice, said contracts will be declared forfeited by the Board of Educational Lands nnd Funds, and snid forfeiture entered of rocord in the manner provided by law. SE1, NE 3G-1G-3-1, Lydia A. Collins. All 1G-9-27, Snmuel Stinnott. E. B. Cowlks, Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings.