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Ira L Bare, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Ono Year by Mail in advinco .$1.25 Ono Year by Carrier in advance $1.00 CitcreJ at North Platto, Nebraska, Post otlice a9 Second Class Matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1913. Facts About Our Population. With n population of 15,08-1 in 1910, Lincoln county had 1.7G2 pcoplo of foroign birth. In tho country of birth Gormany leads with 530, Sweden Ii second with 330, Greece third with 171, Denmark fourth with 168, Ireland fifth with 113. Thirty claim Turkey as their birth place, fivo Russia, three Belgium and fifty-six Austria. The foreign born residents of Lincoln coun ty represent twenty-threo different nationalities. In 1910 Lincoln county had 1,738 more males than fomales. The total number of males of voting age was 4,892, and of this number 2,701 were of native parentage. In the county In 1910 there were 1E9 illiterate persons, nineteen of 'Whom were native born, the remainder foreign. Those figures are taken from a census bulletin just Issued. The lower house of the legislature on Tuesday jumped on to the fifty-car train hill with both feet and knocked it out by a brutal majority. Some of the legislators looked on tho bill as a big joko. Membora of 13. of R. T. will probably "rompmber" those members who voted against tho bill. In his speech before the Nebraska legislature Wednesday Secretary of State Bryan, who came from Washing ton to attend the banquet given in his honor by tho democrats of tho state, mado this atntement: "Mr. Toft i'b one of tho most lovable men I ever mot and ho goes out of office respected more than any prosfdent for some timo. It was not President Taft who was de footed, but the principles of tho party back of him. President Wilson has the good will of the pooplo back of him and tho wholo of the democratic party be hind him. Tho Taft republicans like him bocausoho.dofoatcd Roosevelt and the Rooaoyelt men like him becouso ho boat Taft," By a vote of 71. to 18 tho house of representatives at .Lineoln Tuesday voted In favor of the .bill providing for the recall of judgoB ob well as othor ofilclnlB. Fourteen of tho olghteen votes against tho bill were those of republican members. Forty-seven of tho Bovonty-ono votes for the bill wero thoso of democratic members. It may thus bo said that tljo democrats favored and tho republicans opposed tho bill. Tho bill provides that 25 per cent of thu voters of tho district for which any judgo is ele'ctod -state, district or county may propose to iccall such judgo (or any othor officers) by cir culating n petition thorofor, euch pe tition clearly to set forth tho reuson, nnd tho question of rocnlllng or not re calling being decided without reference to any othur candidato. Myrtle and Vicinity. Who said spring. Not I. .1. C. Askwig and family camo up from North Platto and spent Sunday with friends. Mrs. McNicol was tnken to North Platto Sunday to receive rr.edlcal treat ment. Mr. Blckloy moved D. McNicol to North Phvtto Monday. Mrs. D. J. Groeloy was called to Palmyra by tho serious illness of her sister. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W,. L. Reynolds ro Jturncd Sunday from n visit in Iowa. . Several parties from this community attended the sale at 'Mr. Calhoons in Logan county Wednesday. Mrs. John Eshleman and little daugh ter Ellon, of North Platte, are visiting relatives this week." W. A. SteurnB and wifo nnd Mrs. Eshleman are visiting relatives this Jn'Lognn county. ' F. D. Tatman and son came up from jNorth Platte Sunday nnd returned Monday. Mrs. Ottls Schlintz and baby are visiting Mrs. Schlintz parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koilar. Charllo Sqhaefer and Andrew Phillips were caught in tl'o blizzard while com 1 ig out from North Platte and had to stay at Mr. Carlisle's until after the atorm. Twenty-seven years ago this month ' this writer landed in Myrtlo precinct and tho storm Friday Is tho worst wo novo had in that timo. Nearly every body suffered minor losses und farther north. thu loss of cattle run in thu hundreds. The heaviest losers hero wero Frank Keslar about one hundred H)pap and ono horse. Z. A. Russell twenty-fivo hood of cattle and othors rrJiHing. Mrs. McGuo threo head of cattle, John Witt twenty head of cattle, Henry Schoolcrof, of Maxwell, who had been spending several months in California' for tho benefit of his health, died there the first of this week. Death was duo to spinal moningltis. Tho! young man .was about twenty-fivo years of ago and well known in tills city. Tho re mains wero shipped through Wodnos dBy from Los Angeles. I H C Quality E could sell wagons for less money, but we don't care to sell that kind of wacon. order, and order you can't bo sure of getting those orders unless tho first wagon you buy from the I H C local dealer proves so satisfactory that you would not think of going anywhere else for the second. Wo have to tell you how good our wagons are to get.your first order. After that, we expect tho wagon itself to do the selling. I H C wagons Weber New Bettendorf Columbus Steel King arc made of selected, high-grade , material throughout. The lumber is air-dried in huge sheds for three years or more before it is used. Air-drying takes years of time, and leaves the fibres of the wood filled with and cemented together by the natural resinous residue of the sap. Kiln-drying requires only a few days' time and leaves the wood brittle and weak. Air-drying produces elastic lumber, wagon parts that bend and give under loads and strains, but that spring back when the strain is removed. Weber and Columbus wagons have wood gears; New Bettendorf and Steel King have steel gears. The I H C local dealer will give you literature and full information about thewagons he sells. See him, or, if you prefer, write International Harvester Company of America (Incorporated) Crawford Neb, S8 Letter from C. A. Howe. en. F .Laudtjrdttle' ir'"-. Men., 11, Editor Tribune: The cold stormy weather of tho north dpod not effect us here. Tho climate hc.ro Is almost perfect. Thousands of people who o uld spend their wintera anywhoro on earth aro flocking hero, lhey pay fabulous prices for residence property. Homos costing from $100,000 to half a million nro quite common in Miami, Palm Bench and along the coast. Wm. J. Brj an has cleared n big nolo in tho jungle south ofMinmi nnd is building a magnificent wjtitor residence on tho shore oveil loking Uiscayno buy He believes in rl U country, and has bou ht six good; sized tratti of lund In tho everglades nfuco he arrived lust Docomber. Another wide y knowi statesman, Thomas Watson, has hi fine o:tago and sea going yacht on tht ocean beach noHr Ft. Lauderdale. Miami is having a wonderful bo"r . four vucant lots 50x150 sold at auction Mch. 1, for $40,000. They were bought less thun a year ago for $.10,000. Ft. Lauderdale has in three years grown from 500 to 2,500. They must expect a big city litre for tho land is laid out in town lots a mile and half north, south and west of the depot. Tho New river, 100 feet wide and 40 feet deep divides tho town and empties into tho ocean twotnilo oast. Two of the state cantils extend from this rivor through the gladis to Lake O'Keechobcv. The pcoplo hero are hoping for n harbor, and another railroad, and ex pect an Immense trade when the glades nre finally drained and put under culti vation. Tho drainage is taking much longer than wnB expecto1. The few who havo been nble to get trf work on the glades have demostraled that the soil is very productive. The me in canals are to be finished this summer. Then thoro must bo lotorols, and roads made. The land will bo very valuable when ready for cultivation but it all takes timo. Over 800 fears fit vegetables and nearly 100 cars -"f fish wore shipped from here in the past year, Often pew comers fail at trucking here from lack of oxpenonco j many othors win. A friend of mine will clour $1800 this season from 20 acres of tomatoes,' after P,nyim?. J111 oxPonsos Including labor Careful fnrmors aro cropping their land every season and fast becoming inde pendent. We attended tho Dade Co. fair at Miami, Feb. 25th to Marth 1st. It was the lunrest. flm-nt nml iiirtna 'variety of fruit, flowers and Vegetables we ever saw. ft. Lauderdale has electric light, telephone, Vwer. water works andean artificial Ico plant Our principal amusonienta ure.son bathing and boat riding out into the glade canals und up and down the Inland water ways a'.ong the coast. Wo live mostly on fish, tomatoes, sweet potatoes und oranges. Another month before wo start for homo. Wm Parcel still lives in Miami, engnged In selling art goods. C. A. Howe. PJdostJlank In Lincoln County State Bank North Platte, Nebr. CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00 Ws Solicit Your Buslnsse. J Shows in Service Wc want vour finmnrl your third, and every crive for a wntron. W Estnbllohed In 1871. ' Contractor and Builder. Shop Corner Gth and Vfno Streets NORTH PLATTE, NEB. R. D. Thomson. Willi 0 the Best Quality. .. Paine Fishburn Granite Co., W.T.ALDEN, Salesman The Kind of Clothes Gentlemen Wear Guaranteed Quality,. Perfect Fit, Prices Right. Custom made Suit C, x $20 to $45 Tailor made Suit. $2S to $47 Satisfaction guaranteed Karle Gerle,: TAILOR. ovor McDonald Bank. Bought nnd highestjnnrk'et prices paid ,, PHONES Residence Red C36 Office 459 IC. H. WALTERS. ij 1 'Setter' r' ' Quality Cigars In a cigar quality Is tho prime factor. Somo cigars, oven those costing a dime, don't have tho quality. Tho reason our cigars are popular i'b because quality is our first consideration. Somo of our brands have boen on tho market for 25 years and they aro the somo good cigar as when first made. Our reputation for good cigars was earned by making quality the first consideration. J. F. SCHMALZRIED The Maker of Good Cigars. The North Platte School of Music FFILIATED WITH The University School of Music, Lincoln, Nebraska Elizabeth Bonncr-Craracr DIRECTOR. All the principal branches of Ad- plied and Theoretical Music taught by competent teachers. Address all inquiries to 122 W. Front street or phone BlacK 341 Nursery Stock Catalpa Speciosn, genuine, $3.00 to $10.00 per 1000. Strawberry Plants 5.00 per 1000 Concord Grapes No. 1, $3.00 per 100. Apple Trees, 4-5 feet 200 for 10. Find line of nursery stock on hand write for price list today. Gate City Nursery 1802 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb DflTRONIZE THE! I n House of Good Show When in North Plalle. Motion Pictures. Runs Every Night. Matinee Saturday After noon at 2:30 O'clock. 10 CENTS. I '&ZSmUHMm3ZXmi. The Old Reliable t When your clothes need pressing, cleaning and repairing, let the Old Re liable Tailor do it and do it right. We have been doing this work in North Platto for thirty years, know how to do it and do it the way it should be done. ' That means satisfaction to you. F. J. BROEKER. Entrance north of tho Nyal drug store. H edfield (edlfd, Physicians and Surgeons. WILLIS J. REDFIELD. Surgeon. JOE U. REDFIELD, Physician. OFFICE: Physicians & Surgeons . Hospital . . THONG 042. . . i -m.w.vnwMwwnnMV Dignet unapter O. E. S., tNO. 55 1 Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday of every iiiuimi as Aiasonic 11 all at 7:30 p. m. J MArtffaAM 2 D. J. S. TWINEM, S HomeopathlcPhyalclanandSurgeon J s Hospital accommodations. Medical and m 9 surclcal attention iflven obstetrical cases. Ofllco Phono 163 Koa. Phono 283 Onico McDonald "State llank nid'g- 5 DR. HARRY MITCHELL GRADUATE DENTIST Telephone Ked 466 G05H Dewey St. North Platte, Nebraska. Offico phone 211. Res. phono 217 L. C. DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nebraska. McDonald Bank Building. GEO. D. DENT, f 2 Physician anil Suraeon, J 2 Office ovor McDonald Bank. 3 Phones f Residence 115 vtJrNf.vv,1r? tfrBrwMrmm 1 . (3 A. J. ADlCa. A1AIUI2 A Jit 3. (i Ylffttf.4 A. An...- 9. A mmo Physicinns and Surgeons, Si U Office over Stono Drug Co. lA 6 3innH I Office 273 $ 8 'l"a - Residence 273 6 Notice of Incorporation. Notice Is hereby given that tho undor signed have organized a corporation under and pursuant to tho statutes of the state of Nebraska. Tho name of this corporation is W. W. Birgo Com pany.and its principal place of business is North Platte, Lincoln County, Ne braska. The general nature of the business to bo transacted by this corporation is the buying, selling and shipping of lumber. building material, coal, grain and hay; the buying, leasing, soiling and convey ing of real estate: the buying erecting and maintaining, leasing, selling and conveying of buildings, and to engage in such other business as may be doomed necessary for the protection and sucoessful conduct of tho corpora tion. Tho authorized capital stock of the corporation is twenty-five thousand dol lars, ($25,000.00) in shares of one hundred dollars ($100.00). The corporation shall commence business March 3rd, 1913, and terminate business March 3rd, 1945. The highest amount of indebtedness to which thecorporation shall subjoct Itself shall not exceed two-thirds of the capital stock. The business of the corporation is to be vested In three di rectors who shall be elected by the stockholders. The officers shall bo a President, Vice President, Secretary nnd Treas urer, any two of which offices may be held by one person, and the duties of such officers shall bo such as are more fully sot out in the articles of incorpora tion, or by-laws as maybe adopted. W. W. BlRGE, R. D. BlKGE. March 3, 1913. m7-4 Incorporators. Notice for Bids. Notice Is hereby given that the secre tary of tho board of education of the school district of tho city of North Platte, will .receive bids up to and in cluding the hour of 8 o'clock, p. m., of the 24th day of March, 1913, for the ejection, construction and completion of one eight-room pressed brick and rein forced concrete school building in the First ward on block 1G8, in tho city of North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska, the same to be completed by August 20th, 1913. b Bids' will be taken on the construction and completion of said building, on the installation of the heating plant' and on the plumbing separately, or on all to gether. The successful bidder to give bond in the sum of 25 percent of the contract price for tho faithful performance of his contract. Each bidder on building to accompany his bid with a certified check in the sum of $500 and each bidder for plumbing or heating to accompany his bid with a certified check in the sunvof ,$100 as an evidence of good faith, the same to be forfeited should the successful bidder fail to enter into a contract in accord ance with said plans and specifications inside of ten days after tho contract is awardeu to him or them. All woric to bo dono and material to be furnished according to the plans"and specifications now on file in the office of Bert M. Reynolds, North Platte, Neb., and Buch plans and specifications to form part of the contract The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A. F. Streitz, Secretary. Notice of Sale Under Chattel Mortgage. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a certain cnattel mortfiraore. dated Uecomber 19th, 1910 and duly filed of record in the office of the County Clerk in Lincoln County. Nebraska on the 29th day of March. 1911 and oxecuted by R. L. Nickerson and M. C. Nickerson, his wife, to A. E. Donaldson to secure the payment of the sum of $225.00 upon which there is now due the sum of $225.00 and interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent from December 19th, 1910, default having been made in payment of said sum and no other proceeding in law having been instituted 10 recover Baid debt or part thereof; therefore I will sell the property therein described to wit: Two gray mares, ono bay mare, ono set of work harness, at public auc tion for cash at Bowen's Livery Stable in North Platte, Nebraskaf on the Gth day of April, 1913, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. A. E. Donaldson, By M. E. Crosby, His Attorney. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Serial No. 0595. Department of tho Interior. U. S, Land Office at North Platte. Nebr. , , , Feb. 26, 1913. Notice is hereby given that Edward Rlma. of North Platte, Nebr.. who, on February 8, 1910, made Homestead Entry No. 04595, for NEW and the EH of SEW. Section 2. twp. 15, N. rge. 30,,west of the 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before tho register and roceiver. at North Platte, Nebr., on the 25th day of April 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: John Reeves, Robert Reeves, Frank Hood, Henry Greeley, all of North Platte. Nebr. in4-8 J, E. Evan, Register. SHERIFF'S BALE. By virtue of an order of sale Issued from the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a decree of foreclosure rendered In said court wherein Frederick Whltmoro Is plaintiff, and Issac Benton Taylor et al are defendants, and to me directed, I will on the 22nd day of March, 1913, at 2 b'clock. p. m., at the east front door of the court house in North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska, sell at prblle auction to the highest bidder for cash lu' satisfy said decree. Interest and costs, the following described property to-wlt:- All of section twenty.thrce 123) all of section twenly-five (25) tho south half UK) and the northwest quarter (nw'a) section thirteen (13) the cast half of tho north west quarter and the west half of tho northeast quarter of section twenty-four (24) township fif teen (15) north of range 29 (29) west of the 6th P. M., in Lincoln county.Nebraska. Dated North PIto, Neb., Feb. I7th, 1913. '18- A. J. SAManunY. Sheriff, Sorlal No. 0J53I1. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION y DKPARTUENT OV THE INTKUIOH. United States Land Office. At North Platte. Nebraska, Fob. 10. B13, Notlcti Is horobr given that Cliarlos O. Long of North Platto Nob., who or January IS, WI0. , mado homestead entry Serial No. 0150(1 for tho oast half :if tho southwest nuartor and lotH 3 and 4, Section 18. Town 14 N.. Range 30 W.. of tho 8th Principal Meridian, ha filed notlcoof In tention to mako final threo year proof, to cm ahllsh claim to the land above described, nefora tho register and r'oelvoi at North Platto. Nebraska, ou tho 16th day of April. 1013. Claimant names as witnesses; tioorgo hppf, George Iong. O A. Robinson and DlClt Ross, all of North Platte. Noli, f'H-". Jou.s E. Eva.v ttinstpr. Eslray Notice. Taken up on tho 9th day day of March, 1913, on Soctlon 18, town 14, range 28, sovon miles northwest of Maxwell, in Lincoln eountv. Nnhr . hv I the undersigned who there rosidos, two oincK mares witn white on forehead. Owner will please call, pay charges and take animals away. C. II. James, . Maxwell, Neb. , NOTICE. To horn It May Concern:- Notice Is hereby Klven that the miyorand city council will hold n special meeting, bcRlnnlntr at the hour 8.-W o'clock p. m. (central time) Tuesday, April IBth. 1913. In tho council chamber for the purpose of making assessments nnd tho levying of taxes for the construction of sidewalks built by tho city along tho following described property: Lot 12. aWck 2, Trustee's Addition. Walk 4 feet w'ir. 12 feet long. 48 square feet at 11 cent per square foot S 5 28 Lots. Block 177. originnl town, walk 4 ft wide, 149 feet long, BOO sq feet at lie G5 60 16 yards sand niling for same lot 12 00 Lot 4, Block 167, original town. Walk 4 feet wide, 145 feet long, 580 square feet at lie ncr sauat-n frvif . . . o on Lot 8, Block 181, original town. Walk 4 feet wide, 149 feet long, 69Q square feet at 11 cent; per square foot..,.., 65 66 Lot 5, Ulock 180, original town. Walk 4 feet wide, 1 49 feet long. 69G square feet at 11 cents per square foot 65 56 5 yards sand for filling above lot 3 75 Lot 8, Block 186, original town. Walk 4 feet wide. 149 feet long, 690 square feet at 11 cents per square foot,., 65 66 Lot 6, BlocK 20. original town. Walk 4 feet wide, 83 feet long 332 square feet 11 cents per square foot 36 62 4 yards sand for filling abovo lot at 75 c 3 00 Lot 6, Block 20, original town. Walk 4 feet wide, 66 feet long 264 Square feet at 11 cents per iquaro foot 29 04 2 yards sand for filling above lot at 76c-. 1 60 Lot 2, Block 66, original town, Walk 4 feet wide, 66 foet long, 264 square feet at at 11 cents per1 square foot ' 29.01 776 yards dirt tor filling above lot at 76c. ...67 00 Lots 2 and 3, Block 66, original town. Walk ' 4 feet wide, 132 feet long, 628 square feet at 11 cents per square foot 68 08 Lotl, Block 66, original town. Walk 4 feet wide. 3 feet long. 332 square feet at 11 cents per square foot 36 62 Lot 2. Block 67, original town. Walk 4 feet wide, 66 feet long, 264 square feet at 11 cents per square foot ... . ,.29 04 Lot 6, Block 41, original town. Walk 4 feet wldo 83 feet long, 332 squaro feet nt 11 cents per struare foot v,i,.3G C2 3 yards sand for filling abovo lot at 75e. .". '2 25 Lot 6, Block 41 original town.. Walk 4 feet r wide, 66 feet long, 264 square feet at 11 -a cents per square foot ....! 29 0-1 YrfB 8and for filling above lots at 76 . . 3 00 Lot 4, Block 64, brlginal town. Walk 4 feet ' wide, 83 feet long. 332 souara ft nt II ' cetitsper squaro foot 38 62 3 yards sand for filling above lot at 75c... 2 25 Lots 2 and 3, Block 54. original town. Walk 4 feet wide, 132. feet long, 628 squaro feet at II cents per square foot 58 08 Lot 3. Block 55, original town. Walk 4 feet wide, 66 feet long, 264 square foot at 11 cents per square foot . 29 01 18 yards sand for filling above lot at 76c 13 60 Lot 7, Block 20, original town. Walk 4 feet wide, 66 feet long, 264 square feet at 11 cents per square foot ,29 04 4 yards sand for filling above lot at 75c... 3 00 In addition to the obove amounts, interest and advertising fees will be charged. All persons interested will file their objections, if any they have, to the assessing of taxes against the above described property and for tho abovo described purpose on or before 8.00 o'clock p. m.. Tuesday, April 15th, 1913, as above stated for said meeting. CIIAS. F. TEMPLE. City Clerk. Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of an order of salo issued from the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon a degree of foreclosure rendered In said court wherein William M. McLaughlin, administrator of tho estate of Aubcr T. Griffith is plaintiff and Orley R. Skinner, et. al., aro defend ants, and to mo directed 1 will on the 2-Jth day of March, 1913, at 2 o'clock p. m., nt t,he east front door of tho court house in North, Platte, Lincoln county, Ne braska, sel) at public auction to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, tho following described property to-wlt: southwest quarter (twH) section flvo (5), township nihe (9), north of range thirty-one (31), west of tho 6th P, M. in Lincoln county, Ne braska, j i Dated Nprth Platte, Neb., February 25. 1913. 25-6 A. J. SALISBURY. Sheriff. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of an order for the sale of attached property issued out of the dis trict court by Geo. E.Prosser, clerk of the district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon the judgment rendered in said court In favor of Inter-State Livo Stock Commission Company, a corporation against Jacob Jakobson, I will sell the following goods and chat ties, the property of Jacob Jakobson, heretofore levied upon by me in the at tachment issued in the above entitled action To-wit; One spotted pony, one set of single harness, one single seated buggy, one black bull, one black cow, one red cow. And. I will, on the first day of April, 1913, at 11 a. m. of said date at the Denmark P. O. In Lincoln county, Ne braska, sell said g"ods and chatties at public auction to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy said judgment. s Dated March 17th, 1913. A. J. Salisbury, Sheriff. Referee's Sale. By virtue of an order issued in the district court in and for Lincoln county, Nebraska, on tho 17th day of March, 1913, in an action of partition wherein Hesekiah Ramsey is plaintiff nnd Charity Miller and Miller, her hus band, first and real name unknown; Benjamin Ball and Ball, his wiie, first and real name unknown; Joseph Ball and Ball, his wifo. first and real nnme unknowri; Thomas Ball and Ball, his wife, first and real name un known; Alma Stevens and Stevens, her husband, first and real name un known: Joseph Sells and Sells, his wife, first arid real name unknown- John Sells and Sells, his wife, first and, real name unknown; Ella, Sells, Acjdie Sells, .May DavfdAee Soils and Davls.'her husband, first and real name unknown; Rosanna Armstrong nee Ball an Armstrong, her husband, first and real name unknown; Worthington Ball and Bajl, his wife, first and real name unknown; Bertha Savage and r Savage, her husband, first and real name unknown; Amelia Wllkins and WllklnB, her husband, first and real name unknown and Florence. Shephard are defendants. I will sell at public auction at the east front door of ' the court house in the city of North Platto, Lincoln county, Nebraska, on the 19th day of April, 1913. nt the hour of one 0 clock p m., the following described real estate situate in Lincoln Co., Neb., to-wit: An undivided one-half interest in a portion of lot "I" of tho county clerk's subdivision of part of tho north west quarter of section 33. township 14, range 30, wot of tho Gth p m., de scribed as follows: Commencing at the northenst corner of said lot "I;" thence west from said northeast corner ten de grees north 220 ft west; thence south 10 degrees west 198 ft. thence east 10 degrees south 88 ft. thence north 10 degrees east 132 ft thence east 10 de grees south 132 ft. thence north along , the enst lino of said lot "I" CG ft. to the place of beginning, being all of said lot "1" except a portion thoreof 132 ft. square in the southeast corner thereof, the terms of said sale to be cash in hand. P0, North Platte. Nebraska, this 17th day of March. 1913. mJg-5 0. E. Elder. iWr-r. N "T -V- - JL , --rf. , '-M-ajaH.,..iWe . WSy, ftpQt-WJwtfjHM' Islitimillnm vtith..u,jj,iII,, ,i,,.