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FRIDAY. MAR. 22, 1912.
In the preferential primary election
held in North Dakota Tuesday LaFoll
ette carried tho state by about 13,000
votes over Roosevelt. Tho iTnft vote
throughout the state was very small.
Tho result is in no way a surprise, it
being generally conceded that LaFollotte
would win and that Taft'a vote would
Developments of tho past two months
show, a decided change In the political
situation in Nebraska. Sixty days ago
the most radical insurgents were confi
dent of Taft's defeat, today they nd
mit tho probability of his renominntion.
The Stato Journal, which is not exact
ly friendly to Taft, says: Tho Koose-
Velt and La Foliottc movements have
run afoul of each other in such n way
that nobody can tell exactly which way
they are going. It would not bo sur
prising, as things look now, to see a
Roosevelt-La Folletto delegation,, at;
large sent from this stato with Instruc
tions from tho voters to vote for Taft,
Tho glory of capturing the murderers
of tho penitentiary officials is very
muoh dimmed byjtho sacrifice of tho
life of Dlunt, tho young furmer whom
tho murderers forced to drive them in
his wagon. Tho details of tho chaso
and tho capturo show conclusively that
tho posse was precipitate in their
actions, and that had they been less
ardent tho murdprors 'could have been
captured without snerifico of Blunt.
It is proposed to givo Blunt's young
widow tho roward offered for tho arrest
of tho murderers, but that is exceed
ingly small compensation for the loss of
hor loved ono.
Tho fitness and qualification of Her-
shoy Welch for water commissioner is
not questioned; he hns made a study of
tho local wator plant and knows where
in it is weak; he has studied the needs
of tho city as to extensions; ho is a
civil engineer and knows how tho ex
tensions Bhould be constructed; ho has
had a business education as well as a
graduation in engineering; ho is a
North Platte product. His opponent is
Mr. Cunningham, who for years has
been superintendent of tho plant. Can
dor suggests tha both are qualified;
both would work for tho best intorest
of tho city. Tho contest therefore
looks moro like a test of popularity
rathor than tho singling out of tho best
President Taft has taken tho wind
out of tho sails of tho carpingjcrltics
who havo boon doclarlng that ho is
against a presidential preferential pri
mary. His latest communication on
that aubjoct is good enough to bo filed
bb a real stato paper. Ho 1b for tho
freest expression of thejvvish and will
of tho peoplo and ho is for tho presi
dential primary. However, hko any
sensible and honoBt citizen he is for a
primary that shall bo properly pro
moted by law, In other worda surround
ed by necessary legal safeguards. We
presume ho is not for a "hit and miss"
primary, whoro if wo aro nominat
ing a candidate for president, any
old democrat or populiBt or socialist
can walk in and vote against tho real
republican choico for tho purposo of
creating party disruption. This sort of
n primary h&s been suggested by Sonn
tor Dixon, Mr. Roosovelt's manngor,
and It is his harangues on tho Bubjoct
that havo drawn out President Taft.
Blaok and White.
For many years n largo dopnrtmont
Htoro has spout thousands of dollars on
plncards with which almost every art!
clo of merchandise is tlckoted through
out tho store, and ouly within a Rhort
Umo did thoy ronllzc tho amount of
money thnt was wasted in using the
white cardboard with black lottorlng.
These whlto cards Boon become soiled
nml shop worn If allowed to romaln In
place any longth of time. Tho cards
which nro handled by customers In
bins, trays, etc., nro oven moro bo. Uy
substituting tho Mnclc enrdbonrd wltli'
whlto lottorlng this store hns ovorcomo
this difficulty to a very great oxtent.
Tho Bhow enrds nro always clean,
fresh and bright looking nnd thoy last
many times as long, saving tho firm
fievornl hundred dollars In tho course
of a year. Business.
Wesley's "Narrow Neck of Land."
Tho actunl first nnd last liouso In
Englaud Is a shed whoro a woman
Kolla specimens of rock. Just bolow
this, as ono goes down tho zigzag path
botwcGii tho rocks, on tho neck of tho
peninsular Is a lint stono nbout two
foot aqunro and rising six Inches nbovo
tho ground. This, tradition asserts, Is
, tlint upon which John Wesley Bat
when ho composod tho hymn
' , Lo, on a narrow nock of land
t Twixt two unboundod sens I stand
., Secure, Insensible!
It Is also stated that Wesloy wroto
other hymns thoro. Apparently ho had
at this time (July no, 1713) experienced
l'n'tiall hi&II of weathor ut Laud's Knd,
for hOiWrltcs, "1 saw a strnngq sight
tho-sun, whining, in Coruwull." '"'
His Administration Has Gained
Many Wortiiy Ends.
ECQIKiMY AHD LfMiiiiiGY.
Millions of Dollars Savad to Govern
mint by Commltelen Ably Supported
by Executive Hinh StnncJerda Set by
Policios of tho President W,hnt7hoso
1. Arbitration treaties with Great
Britain nnd France.
2. Veto of Atlzoiin Ktnlehood bill be
cause of recall of Judges provision.
3. Enforcement of Sherman null-trust
law without fear or fuvor.
4. Veto of Democratic wool, cotton
and free list bills as unfair, unscien
tific nnd destructive of the Republican
prlnciplo of protection.
r. Abrogation of discriminating pass
port treaty with Russia.
0. Tostal savings banks established.
7. Rnllronds prevented from putting
rnto increnses into effect without ap
proval of Interstate commerce commis
sion. 8. Panama canal pushed to enrly
completion without hint of scandal.
0. Whlto slave traffic practically de
stroyed. 10. Admission of Arizona and Now
Mexico to statehood.
11. Bureau of mines established to
safeguard tho lives of miners.
12. American capital nnd labor bene
fited by extension of foreign markets.
13. Abolition of peonage.
11. Income tax amendment to tho
constitution submitted to stato legisla
tures for ratification.
15. Boiler inspection law passed by
10. Bond issuo to completo irrigation
projects in tho west.
17. Malntennnco nnd extension of
open door policy In China.
18. Pence maintained lit Cuba, South
and Central America by friendly
wnrnliigs nnd intervention.
10. Government business methods
modernized and reformed by economy
nnd efficiency commission, saving mil
lions of dollars annunlly.
20. Nonpolltlcnl methods used in tak
ing the thirteenth census.
21. Bucket shops and got-rlch-qulck
22. Parcels' post recommended,
23. Now trenty with Japan, ending
rncinl controversies on tho Pnclflc
2-1. Further extension of safety ap
25. Postolllco department made self
20. Canadian reciprocity. Rejected
by Canada through fear that tho Unit
ed Stntes would derive tho benefits.
27. Publication of campaign funds
28. Indorsement of commission'? re
port nnd proposed bill concerning em
20. Reorganization of customs serv
ice, corruption eliminated, frauds ox
posed and punished nnd millions of
30. Court of commerco to review
findings of intorstato commerco com
mission. 31. Nonpartisan tariff board to re
port on tho difference In tho cost of
production nt home and abroad.
32. Corporation Uix, yielding $30,
000,000 annunlly; government exami
nation of corporation methods pro
vided. 33. A'doflcit of $58,000,000 transform
ed Into n $30,000,000 eurplw,
8-1, Nonpartisan JudlclnL appoint
ments, 33. Further control of railroads
through oxtouslon of powers of the in
terstnto commerce commission.
HO. Workinglnan's compensation net
brought to successful issue In the su
87. Stock nnd bonds commission; vnl
uablo nnd oxhaustlvc reiwrt bubmlt.ed
as basis for legislation.
38. Extension of civil sorviro by ex
30. Practical conservation nets.
-10. Courts of customs appeals; un
Polloies of President Taft.
1. Peace with nil tho world throu-h
Just dealing and prennrcdnoBR for w ir.
2. Neither, rnco nor creed a bar lo
appointment to office.
3. Tho upholding of a righteous Ju
diciary. 1. Economy and efficiency. Including
enro of superannuated employees.
5. Penny postage through xtnl
0, Stntos' rlghlB when nut in conflict
with federal authority.
7. Extension of prnetlenl conserva
8. TarcelB post,
0. Federal Incorporation act.
10. Revision of currency laws and
prevent Ion of panics.
11. Protection of American citizens
at homo nnd abroad.
12. nigh ataudard set In federal ap
pointments. 13. Scientific study of industrial con
ditions. 14. International investigation of
causes of high cost of llvlug.
15. Scientific roviBlon of tho tariff on
n protcctivo haela through nonpartisan
A Certain Silver Sixpence.
Beau Brummel hail .i very odd way
of accounting for tha h id change which
took place in hi ul.nlis nt this time,
"lie used." observes ono of his friends
nt Coon, "when talking nbout his nl
tered circumstances, to sny thnt up to
n particular period of bis life every
thing prospered with him nnd that he
attributed his good luck to the port
session of a certain silver sixpence
with n hole In it, which somebody
had given hltn years before with an
injunction to take good care of It, ns
everything would go well with him so
long ns ho did and vice versa if ho
happened to loso It. Tho promised
prosperity attended him for many
years whllo ho held tho sixpence fast;
but, having at length in nn evil hour
unfortunately given it by mlstako to
a hackney coachman, a complete re
verse of his previous good fortune took
placo and ono disastrous occurrence
succeeded nnothcr till actual ruin over
took him nt Inst and obliged him to ex
patriate himself." Captain Jesse.
Origin of the "Three R'o."
The famous toast to "tho three IPs
reading, 'rltlng nnd 'rlthmetlc" was
made by Sir William Curtis, lord may
or of London, in tho year 1705 and for
mnuy years ono of tho wardens of tho
tower. What mrfdo it moro ludicrous
was that ho proposed it nt a dinner
given by tho London board of educa
tion. It was received with groat ap
plause and drunk umld. much merri
ment. At tho time it was recognized
as a Jest, but was afterward taken up
In earnest by tho mayor's detractors,
who havo handed his name down to
posterity ns a blundering ignoramus.
A Avrlter hns now como to his defense
and snys thnt when ho was a boy an
nged member of tho board of education
assured him that Sir William know
better nnd that ho reaily used his fa
mous alliteration as a Jest To many
people, howovcr, tho story will always
sound better when it is based Upon tho
belief that Sir William was really se
rious. A Record Hailstorm.
Ono of tho worst hailstorms ever
known In tho United States occurred
Sept. 5, 1803, in Nodaway county,t Mis
souri. Tho path of tho storm ' was
about threo miles wido and eighteen
miles loiur. its createst vlolenco being
felt over a region of four"snuarc4nilesv
east of Clarmont At onotjpo'lnt in this
region tho fall of hall lya'so heavy
that a drift unprotected fey artiflclnl
menus remained lying on the ground
for four weeks after the storm. At tho
end of that timo pcoplos In tho neigh
borhood wore found gathering" tho' hail
for tho purposo of making Ico cream.
During tho storm cylindrical pieces of
Ico were picked up four inches ' long
by nbout two and a half In dlamoter.
Tho growing corn was practically1 all
destroyed. In a field of eighty acres
only ono stalk was left standing. Chi
A View of Jefferson Davis.
Very straight and tall, thin, with a
elenr cut, clean shaven, distinguished
face, with a look half military man,
half student, with a demeanor to all of
porfect. if somowhat chilling courtesy;
by tomperament a theorist, cblo with
tho ability of tho field marshal or tho
scholar in tho study, not with that of
tho reader and master of men, tho
hardest of workers, devoted, honor
able, single minded, a figure on which
a fierce light has beaten; a man not
perfect nor always Just, bound in tho
tolls of Ms own personality, bntf'yet
an ablo man," who suffered and gavo
all, believed In himself and in his
cause nnd to tho height of bis power
labored for it day and night. Such a
man was Jefferson Davis. Mary John
ston' in "Tho Long Roll."
"No," snapped tho hard featured wo
man, opening tho kitchen door about
six Inches, "nud, to bo perfectly plain
"You couldn't, marm," gallantly in
terposed Tuffold Kuutt, lifting his tat
tered remnant of n hat "you couldn't
bo othcrwlso than perflckly harusomo
"I was going to say," sho rejoined,
visibly softening, "that, to bo plain
with you, there is nothing in tho houso
but cold victuals, but if you enro to
try a plato of warmed over hash you
can come in." Chicago Record-Herald.
Didn't Tiro Him.
no had taken pains when ho applied
for work to assuro tho farmer that ho
uovcr got tired. When his now em
ployer went to the field whoro ho had
put the man nt work ho found him
lolling ou his back under u tree.
"Whnt docs this mean?" asked tho
farmor. "I thought you wero a man
who novcr got tired."
"I don't," Bald tho hired man calm
ly. "This doesn't tiro mo." Exchnnge.
They wero waiting for dinner, and
tho virtuoso, who was to play after
ward nt tho muulcalc, was whiting
away tho tlmo nt tho piano. "How
would you llko n sonata before din
uor?" ho asked.
"Hardly," returned tho host "I bad
four on tho way home."
A Happy Ending.
"nnB your now uovel a happy end
ing?" "Very. Tho Judgo awards my hero
ino $50,000 n year alimony in tho clos
ing chaptor." Dotrolt Frco Press.
81ns of Omission.
Tommy Pop. what are tho sins of
omission? Tommy's Pop Tho sins of
omission, my son, aro those wo forgot
to commit. Philadelphia Record,
The more ono Judges the less one
SENATOR W. V. HOAGLAND, is a
candidate for re-nominntion for state
senator in this district, on his record in
tho last legislature. He is a progres
sive republican. He voted for the
Initiative nnd Referendum, Recall, the
Non-Partisan Board of Control, and the
Re-apportionment bill that gives west
em Nebraska 8 moro representatives
and 2 more senators than it has had for
twenty years. Ho passed 15 irrigation
bills for tho benefit of tho Platte valley.
He was ono of the leaders m the fight
for the Ollis stock yards bill. He has
signed statement No. 1 and will vote
for tho people's choice for U. S. sena
tor. If his record meets your npprovnl
vote for him for re-nomination.
CHARLES A. SIBLEY
Farmer and Stock Grower
State Senator 1907 8
Is a Candidate This Year. Your Sup
port Will Be Appreciated.
At the solicitation of friends I hereby
announce mvseif a candidate for tho
republican nomination for representa
tive from Lincoln county, subject to
the approval of the voters at the pri-
Harry P. Stevens,
I herewith nnnounce my candidacy
for the republican nomination for
Wm. E. Shuman.
I hereby announce myself ns a can
didate for the democratic nomination
for county assessor, subject to the
action of the democratic voters at the
primary election April 19th. My home
is in Fox Creek precinct, where I have
resided for the past 23 years. I will
appreciate any support given me.
I hereby announce myself ns a candi
date for tho republican nomination for
county assessor, subject to the decision
of the voters at tho primary election
April 19th. I have lived in Lincoln
county 28 years, 24 of which were tpent
on a fnrm in Plant precinct.
F. J . Diener.
I hereby announce mvseif as a candi
date for the republican nomination for
County Assessor, Bubject to the decis
ion of the voters at the pripmry elec
tion in April.
Lawrence P. 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 hav.e resided in
Fox Creek precinct for seventeen years.
""will appreciate support given me by
the voters. Homer H. Rodgers.
I am a enndidate for the republican
nomination of county assessor subject
to the 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
last four years I have been precinct
assessor. Any support given me will
be fully appreciated.
A. W. Arnett.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the republican nomination for
county assessor, subject to the decision
of the voters at tho primary election
April 19th. I have liyed in Lincoln
county since 1889, and my home is in
Hooker precinct. I havo served four
years as precinct assessor. Your sup
port will be appreciated.
Geo. E. Garman.
I hereby announce myself ns a demo
cratic candidate for county commis
sioner from District No. 1, subject ,to
decision of the voters at the primary
election on April 19, 1912. I will ap
preciate any support given me.
F. W. HERMINGHAUSEN.
Gladys Nettle Roschie and Reinhart
J. Roschie, defendants herein: Will
take notice that on tho 16th day of
March, 1912, William H. Evans, plain
tiff herein, filed his petition in tho dis
trict court of Lincoln county, Nebras
ka, against said defendants, the object
and prayer of which are for a decree
that tho plaintiff has an interest and
estate in the southwest quarter (SWJ)
of section nine (9) in township twelve
(12) range twenty-six (26) west of the
6th P. M. in Lincoln county, Nebraska,
consisting of nn undivided two-thirds
interest thorein and that the defendants
havo jointly an estnte of an undivided
one-third interest therein; plaintiff
prays for judgment confirming tho
shares of tho partios, as above set
forth, ond for n partition of said reai
estate, according to the respective
rights of tho parties interested therein,
and if said land cannot be equitably
divided, that said premises may do sold
and the proceeds thereof divided be
tween tho parties nccording to their re
spective rights, and for such other re
lief as equity may require.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before tho 29th dny of April,
Dated this 10th day of March, 1912.
William H. Evans,
By Wilcox & Halligan, his attorneys.
Application for Druggist's Permit.
Matter of application of Charles R.
Doherty for druggist's permit.
Notice is hereby given that Charles
R. Doherty did upon tho 18th day of
March A. D. 1912, file his application
to tho city council of North Platte,
Lincoln county, Nebraska, for permit
to sell malt, spirituous and vinous liq
uors for medicinal and mechanicnl pur
poses only nt 508 N. Dewey street, in
tho city of North Plntto, Lincoln coun
ty, Nebraska, from tho 3d day of April,
1912, to tho 1st day of May, 1912. If
thoro bo no objection, remonstrance or
protest filed within two weeks from
March 19th, 1912, said permit will be
Charues R. Doherty, Applicant.
Office phono 241.7 Res. phono 217
L. . DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bnnk Building.
causes heartburn, sour
nausea, impure blood, and
more trouble than many
different kinds of diseases.
The food you eat ferments
in your stomach, and the
poisons it forms are ab
sorbed into your whole
sy om, causing many dis
tressing symptoms. At the
first sign of indigestion, try
the old, reliable, vegetable
liver powder, to quickly
cleanse your system from
these undesirable poisons.
Mrs. Riley Laramorc, of
Goodwater, Mo., says: "I
suffered for years from dyspep
sia and heartburn. Thedford's
Black-Draught, in small doses,
cured my heartburn in a few
days, and now 1 can eat without
distress." Try it.
Insist on Thedford's
OFFERING A SUGGESTION
is ono thing, but putting it into
practice is an entirely different
We Ho Your Plumbing
It's n good suggestion and one we
can fully qualify on.
Furnished by Us
are all standard makes, while work
we do is superior in overy particu
lar. Estimates given.
R. F. STUART,
Shop Phone 369. Res. Phone 683
217 East Sixth Street.
GEO. D. DENT,
Physiciou and Surgeon,
Office over McDonald Bank.
Phones i Office 130
f nones Residence 115
E. H. FUNK,
of Cheyenne, Wyo., an auctioneer
with 40 years experience, ha3 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.
E. J. BROFKER
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 fit.
Send Us Your Shipments of
Grain and Hay
Wo pay tho top market. Threo cou
pons free with returns on each car of
nay you ship us to handle 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 nnd please
the ladies and also get n good price for
Our Motto: Fair treatment and
Sample of tho quality of these dishes
cun be seen at the office of the Semi
The F. C. Ayres Mer. Co.,
20th and Wnzeo Streets,
A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES.
Doctors Ames & Ames,
B Physicians ond Surgeons,
Office over Stone Drug Co.
Phones Rcaidence 278
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AN EVENING AT HOME.
With one of Schmalzried's Cigars to
smoke makes life worth tho living.
Our cigars have stood tho test of time:
there are men in North Plntte who are
smoking tho same brand they did twenty
years ago, and they find them the same
good cigar. Our cigars are made in
North Platte for North Platte buyers;
made or good tobacco and well made.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, tho 2nd
day of April, 1912, n general election will bo held
in tho city of North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, between tho hours of 9 o'clock, a. m.
and 7 o'clock, p. m in the First ward at tho hoso
house in said ward, in tho Second ward in the
commissioner's room In tho court houso In said
ward, in the Third Ward at the hoso houso In
said ward and in tho Fourth Ward at the hoso
house in said ward, at which election thero will
One Councilman from tho First Ward to servo
One Councilman from tho Second Ward to serve
One Councilman from tho Third Ward to serve
Ono Councilman from tho Fourth Ward to
serve two years,
Two members of tho School Board for the
school district of the city of North Platte, for tho
terms of three years.
One member of tho School Board for the school
district of the city of North Platte for the term
of two years.
One member of the School Hoard for tho school
district for tho city of North Platte, for tho term
of one year.
And ono Water Commissioner for tho city of
North Platte, to serve one jcar.
And, whereas, thirty legal resident voters of
the city of North Platte, havo filed n petition with
tho mayor and city council of the city of North
Platte, Nebraska, praying for tho submission of
tho question of license or no license, to tho electors
of tho city of North Platte, Nebraska, and by
virtue thercof.Baid question Is hereby submitted
to said electors.
The ballots used at said election shall havo
written or printed thereon:
"FOR issuing liquor licences In the city of
North Platte, Nebraska."
"AGAINST issuing liquor licenses in the city of,
North Platte, Nebraska."
Those voting in favor of issuing liquor licenses
shall mark their ballot with an X opposite the
paragraph beginning "For issuing liquor licenses
In the city of North Platte, Nebraska."
Those voting against said proposition shall
mark their ballot with an X opposite the para
graph beginning "AGAINST issuing liquor
licenses In the city of North Platte. Nebraska."
Signed this 11th day of Mnrch, 1912.
skal Tjios. C Patterson, Mayor.
AtttBt: Ciias. F. Temple, City Clerk.
Sorlal No. 03287.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
OEPAHTUENT OP THE INTIHIOH.
United States Land Office.
At North Platte, Nebraska. Fob. a. 1912,
Notice Is hereby elvoii that Elmer
Cooper of North Platto Neb., who on
March 30th. 1007, made homestead entry No.
22835. Serial No. 03267 for tho east half of
th northerat quart ter and the east half of
southeast quarter of 8ectlon SO, Town 15.
N.. Kance 29 W of the 6th Principal
Meridian, has died notice -ot in
tention to make flnal five year
Sroof. to establish claim to the land above
escribed, before tho reels tor and receiver
at North Platte, Nebraska, on the 5th day
of April. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses; Car
W. McGrow. Frod Malono. Julia Malone and
Mary Bretornltz. all of North Platte. Neb.
fl-B ,' ffons E. Evans Bocister.
Notice tor Publication.
Serial No. 02503
Dopartmentof the Interior.
U. 8. Land Offlco at North Platto. Nob.
I . t , , Fob. 16th. ltd.
Nollco is hereby jrlvon that Frank Hood,
of North Platto, Neb., who on Ma. 20. 1905.
made Homestead Entry No. 211S6. Sorlal No.
0250.!, for north half and southwest quarter
Section 22. Township, 16, North, ranire 30,
West of the stxtn principal meridian
has fllod notlco of Intention to make final
Ave year proof, to establish claim to tho
land above described, before the Register
and Receiver at North Platte Nobraska.
on tho 10th day of April, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: Chris John
son. Ruport Schwalgor. Richard Ross and
Charles R. Broternltz, all of North Plato,
120-fl , F. Evanb. Rpglstor.
By virtue of an order of sale issued from tho
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a
decree of foreclosure rendered in said court
wherein American Investment and Trust
Company, a corporation, is plalntliT, and
Victor A. Palm et. al are defendants,
and to me directed, I will on the 23rd day of
March 1912, at two o'clock, p. m., at the cast
front door of tHe court house In North Platte,
Lincoln county, Nebraska, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said
decree, interests and costs, tho following described
property, to-wit: The east half (EH) section,
nine (9) township (1G) north, range thirty-one
(31) west of 6th P. M., in Lincoln county, Ne
braska. Dated North Platte, Neb., Feb. 14th. 1912.
A. J. Salisbury, Sheriff.
In the County Court of Lincoln county, No
braska. March 7, 1912.
In tho mattor of the estate of Andrew
Notlco Is horoby (,'iven. that tho creditors
of said decoasod will meot tho Executor
of said estate, before tho County Judeo of
Lincoln county, Nobraska, at the county
court mom In said county, on tho 4th day of
April, 191.!, and on tho 4th day of Octobor,
191.', at 9 o'clock a. m. each day, for the pur
pose of presenting thelrclatms for examina
tion, adjustment and allowance. Six months
aro allowed for creditors to present their
claims and ono year for the Executor to
sottlo said estate, from the 5th day of
March. 19U. A copy of this order to bo pub
lished In tho North Platte Tribune a seral
weokly newspaper of bald county for four
succosslvo weeks prior to said 1th day of
ml0-4 JOHN GRANT. County Judge
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.
The State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, bs,
In tho County Court.
In tho matter of tho estate of Martin Hood,
To tho creditors, heirs, legatees, and others In
terested in the estate of Martin Hood.
Take notice, that Rupert Schwalgcr, adminis
trator, has filed in tho county court a report of
his doings as administrator of said estate, and it
la nnl,r.l ihnt tho mama .t.ml tnm 1..... ,u-
23d day of March, A. D., 1912, before the court
ui iuu nour ui a a ciock, a. m., at wnicn time any
person interested may appear and except to and
contest the same And notlco of this proceeding is
ordered given In tho North Platte Tribune, a
semi-weekly paper, for three successive weeks
prlyr to said dato of hearing.
Wltnees my hand and the seal of tho county
court at North Platte. Nebraska, this 2d day of
March. A. D., 1912.
JohnGkant, County Judge.
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