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' ?i i n m v? it, k Semi -Weekly Tribune Ira L. Bare, Editor and Publisher. 1 SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Ono Year by Mail In advaoco $J.2fi One Year by Carrier In advance. ..,.. $1.60 Entored at North I'lntte, Nebraska, ofllco as Second Clasa Mattor. Post Tuesday, December 30, 1913. Local and Personal. Miss Louise Welborn is spending the holidays in Omnhn. Mrs. Beans, of Cozad, is visiting in tho city for a few days with her mother Sin. J. J. Moyers. Mrs. Roscoe Zlinmer, of Sidney, is visitinp: in the city for a few days at tho LcDoyt home. Jimmy Davis, of Omnha, was visiting friends in tho city Inst week. He was formerly a rasident ot this city. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Font, of Omnhn, are visiting in tho city nt tho homo of the Jotter's mother, Mrs. Unker. Frank Cokor, a liveryman and stock buyer from Sutherland, was a businoas visitor in the city Friday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homor McMichael, of Wellfleet, were visiting relatives in this city tho latter part of last week. J. P. Larsen returned Friday even ing from St. Paul, Neb., where he spent Christmas visiting his parents. Attornoy and Mrs. Albert Muldoon returned from Rockwell, la., wrier J they spent Christmas visiting Mrs. Muldoon's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Weingnnd. of Omaha, formerly residents of this city, visited relatives hero tho latter part of last weok. The postoflico force presented Post master Davis with a fine leather bound choir for a Christmas present. Tho gift is very much appreciated by tho recipient. Miss Hazel Rork, of Colorado Springs, is visiting in tho city with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank L. Rork. She arrivud Inst week and will spend a couple of weeks here. Charles Dill. Jr., returned yesterday to his homo in Chicago aftor visiting over Christmas with his grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Yost. He formerly lived hero with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thompson, of Evanston, Wyo., aro visiting in the city for n few days nt tho C, E. Cook Jiome. They aro onroute home from an extended visit at different points in Indiana. Ora, tho fiftoen-yenr-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Vil30n, rosiding six miles northwest of tho city, is reported very much bettor. Ho hns been suffer ing for eoveral days with an attack of typhoid fever. ' t Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Miller, of Fre mont, nro visiting in tho cfty with the lattor'n parents Mr. nnd MrB. Richard Cox. Dr. Millor formerly practiced medicine in this city but had been gone about two years. A case of small pox is reportud in the city. Roy Lubber, who is a traveling snleaman out of this city, was token down with tho disease last weok. He contracted tho disease while nt Scotts ljluft'. Ho has not a severe attack and his condition Is not considered serious. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ullrich re turned to tho city last week from their wedding trip through the eastern part of tho state and Iowu. They will make their homo here. Tho bride was for merly Miss Ora Whlto a teacher in tho North Platto schools. Tho piano contest at tho Hub was won by tho Lincoln school and from the way the pubils worked it undoubtably went to the right place. Some of tho pupils wore at the store nearly all tho time during thocontoit campaigning for their Alma Mater, nnd thoy woro' all very much pleased when thoy henrd that thoy had tho high vote. Manager Lonergan of tho Pnt theatre gavo a free four reel Keystone comedy show Christmas day for Mie benefit of tho children in tho city. The show was given in tho afternoon and a large number of the kiddios came out to tako advantage of it. Thoy all ox. pressodithomsolves very much pleased" with the performance nnd all seemed to hnvo a jolly timo,' Fred Hill, n sixteen-year-old boy of Horshoy, was brought to tho city Thurs day and taken to tho P. & S. hospital to have a bullot removed from his hand. Hill shot himself in tho hand whilo cleaning n 32-calibro revolver. The bullot went into tho floshy part of the right palm nnd struck a bono and lodged there. An operation was porformed Friday morning nnd the bullot removed. While tho Injury will probably not ro Bult seriously, it is n dangerous wound and will givo him considerable pain. Fit His Case Exactly. "When fathor was Blck about six .yours ugo he road an advertisement of Chamberlain's Tablets in tho papers that fit his enso exnetly," writes Miss Margaret Campbell of Ft. Smith, Ark. "He purchased u box of them nnd ho has not been sick since. My sister had stomach troublo and was 'also benefited by them." For sale by ull'deulors. I Proceedings of the County Board. December, 22 J913. Board met pursuant to adjournmet. Present, Springer, White, Hermirig hausen and county clerk. Claim of J. J. Walters, road work, allowed on Com'r Dist 1 for 35.80 Cluim of E. C. Bukor. transcribing delinauont tax list, allowed on genoral fund for 90.00 Tho board and county surveyor spent balance of day viewing proposed site for new bridge. Whereupon board adjourned until to morrow. C. W. Yost, County Clerk. December 23, 1013. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present White, Ilerminghausen and County Clerk. Tho following claims were allowed on the general fund, to-wit: Julius Hoga, painting and stnin- ing partition in court room 13 00 J G Palmer, material and labor plastering partition in court room GO 20 AB Huntington, material and lubor carpenter work, parti tion in court room 121 GO A B Huntington, repairs at court , house 9 70 E J Eames, printing 13 55 George N Gibbs, salary4th quar ter county attorney 212.49 A N Durbin, office expenses and stamps 150 54 R D Thompson, refund on taxes 2 00 Paul G Meyer, special commis sioner road 57 ; 5 50 F W Herminghauson, services andmileago 82 70 D B White service and mileage 81 45 R L Cochran, computing acreage on roads 354, 350 and 357. .. . R LCocnran, surveying nnd plat ting road 237 E D Drako, chainman on same Soren NelBon, chainman on same R L Cochran, re-survoying road 1G9 5 00 30 50 G 00 4 00 30 GO E D Drako, chainman and mil eage on same 8 30 Soren Nelson, chainman on same 3 00 Allowed on bridge fund to-wit: h C Hostotter, bridge work.. JF Snyder, bridge word Greelay Bundy, bridge work. . . . Grand Island Culvert and Mental 3C 80 22 30 20 00 Works, culverts, (three claim?) Allowed on road fund to-wit: 181 40 E B Roam, road work on district 49 Fred Mnlono, road work, on dis 10 00 trict 30 T. 15 00 W B HouBor, cash for road dis trict 2. co 00 V M Richmond, ensh for road district 39 G6 2G Geo Hoover, road work district 7 allowed on Com'r district 3 4 00 Whereupon tho bourd adjourns to Jnnu nry 2, 1914. C. W. Yost. County Clerk. FOR SALE. An eight room dwelling on the North tide as good as new. Can he bought for less than two thirds its value and on monthly payments. This is a big bargain for somebody. Mutual Building & Loan Association, 95-4 Bv S. Com pp. Sorrphirv Fremont Watts returned last week from an extended trip tjimugh tho southern part of Canada whore ho had been travo.ing for several months looking over the land. Ho loft North PlHtto last March and traveled through parts of tho United States and nrrived in Canada in June. Ho travoled nil over tho southern part of tho Dominion from Winnipeg to Albortnandhas some valuable information in regard to tho country. Ho will remain in the city for some time to "get acquainted with his family" but later may docido to locate in Canada. Whilo there ho went on a thirty-day mooso hunt out in tho woods and had n very exciting timo but not much luck so fai as game was concerned. For Sale Two Duroc Jersoy mulo pigs. Thomas E. Doollttle, North riatte. R. F. D. No. 3. 9G-4 Tho Elks holiday dancing and card party, which was glyen Friday evening nt their home, was largely attended and all present enjoyed a ploasant evening. About fifty couples attended and many of them were from out of town. A numbor of tho university students, who aro spending tho holidays in tho city, wore guests of tho club. MubIc wup furnished by Stamp's or chestra. Delightful refreshments were served by the entertainment committee and at a late hour the guests dopnrted for thoir homes with many expressions of appreciation for the commlttoo on urrnngemonts. How to Bankrupt the Doctors. A prominont New York physician says, "If it wore not for tho thin stock ings nnd thin soled shoes worn by women the doctors would probably bo bankrupt."" When you contract a' cold do not wait for it to dwvolop into pneu monia but troat it at once. Chamber lain's Couch Ilumedv is intoniloil nn. Molly for coughs and colds, and has won u wjuo reputation by its cures of these diseases. It is most odVrtnnl mwi it Is pleasant and safe to take. For i pi i bv sale by all dealers. ORGANIZED 1687 Mutual Building and hm Association OF NORTH Assets December 1, Paid up stock pays six pr cent dividends and may be cashed at any time on thirtydnys' notice. Monthly savings, installment stock, pays eight per cent dividends. Either stock may(he' subscribed for AT ANY TIME. This Associatipn is operated under state supervision and the stock affords an Investment that cannot be excelled for safety. T. C. PATTERSON, Presidcnl. S. GOOZIdE, Secretory. i. uuuct, Secretary. j cm whin mum wiiiw niiiif niim i mmm,uw?mi vuvv MW hiiWjj 1 fesK f Alffo '"f. If We Cannot I ff 1 SULLIES I Serye You B 1 j ? && w'tn nut0 supplies, nobody can. K W 'rBayd- Saw,, For tnere '9 nothing needed by 9 l0Wf'Mt "?& $ car or owner that is not to be had K fcQs&W&tfrfLW aJ. nere- From tires to tools, from ffihw 0 jtDXi lamps to license number tag3, M WEt CTi from horns to batteries we have w lrUcPsSWo fwl As J Z& " Just what you want when you H wMWMt want it. Better beat our address I lffiiff iiL m, mind I K&feg&Hi&m l W J- S. Davis Auto Co. I Miss Lillian Beyettc arrived In the city Friday and will visit here during the holiday vacation. She Is a toacher in rural school near Denmark. Word was received hero last week announcing tho marriage of Scotty Dye, a former North Platte baseball player, to Miss Iva Hazelton of Bea trice. Scotty foimerly played on the Deatrico Mink Ieaguo team two years ago and became acquainted with Miss Hazolton during his stay in that city. He is now employed in Clancy's bowling aliey at Beatrice. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shoup and daugh ter, Miss Fern, of Sutherland, were shopping visitors in the city Friday afternoon. They have announced the wedding of their daughter, Miss Glenna Hazel, to Bernard S. Gummere, which will occur on the evening of December 3l8t. One hundred and fifty invitations are out for the wedding. ,, NOT THE ONLY ONE. There Arc Other North Platte Similarly Situated. People Can there be any stronger proof of fered than the evidence of North Platto residents? After you have read the following, quietly answer the question. Mrs. Christina Pickett. 318 E. B. St.. North Platte, Nebraska, says: "I have used Doan'B Kidney Pills, procured fcom McDonell & Graves' Drug Store, (now Schiller & Go's) and have found them to be just tho remedy 1 needed for buckncho und other kidney disor ders. Whenever I nm suffering from these troubles, I take Doan's Kidney Pills and. they givo me relief. Others of my family have taken Doan's Kid ney Pills with fine results. For Sale by nll 'dealers. Price 50c Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for United States. . Remember the name Doan's--and tako 4io other. SOLID COMFORT What Is more comfortable or satis factory than an evening nt homo sur rounded by tho family and with ono of our hand-made pure leaf eigurs to smoke? Our cigars have an established reputntion for their goodness. Try them. J. F. SCHMALZRIED, The Maker of Good Cigars. ORDER OP HEARING ON ORIGINAL 1'KO. HATE OK WILL. Tho State of Nebraska, Lincoln county. .. In tnu county court. Dec, 21, 1913. In the matter of tho estate of Jamc-s K. linker, deceased. On roadlni: and niinsr tho petition of John N. llaker and Jeulu K. Hushes. W&iy . ththo , Instrument filed on the mh day of December. 1913, and purporting to 1k last will nnd teatament of tho said de ceased, may be proved, approved, probated. a. lowed and recorded as tho last will and tcstamont of tho said James V. Ilakcr. deceased, and that tho execution of said Instrument may bo com mlttod and tho administration of said estate may beirrantedto John N. Itakerand Jessie E H unties as executors. Ordered, that Jan. 20lh. 1914. nt 10 o'clock n. m.. in the forenoon Is awlsrned for hcarinjr suld netl tlon when all persons Interested in said matter may appear In thu county court to bo held In -.,. v, t. HIIW ,uuvv cause wny tho prayer of tho petitioner ihoulil not be granted Nrvars?.!? ? .'"'"J. " . newspaper or said county for tlireu successive weeks prior to said date of hearing? ,uv""le I d30.3 JOHN CHANT. County JuJkc ----- ...wuuv iiMtti veim.wreKiv PLATTE. NEB. J913, $566,896.07 Miss Massey, of Omaha, is spending the week at the Thomas Healey homo. Dr. J. S. Twinem, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention tp Obstetrics and Children's Diseases. Phones, office 183, residence 283 Office in McDonuld Bank Building. JNorth Platte, Nebraska. f Signet Chapter O. E. S., 8 NO. 55- Mects 2nd nnd 4th Thursday of every ry 5 month nt Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. I n , SIIUltlFKS SALhJ. MV Vlrrilrt nf nil nntui- nf ml.. I.... ...I J1 it. . dlstrjct court of Lincoln county. Nebraska. upon n decree of foreclosure rendered In Bald court wherein Fritz L. Wlenbcrit Is plalntllf. and iivy ouruer, et nl., nro defendants, and to mo directed, I will on tho 10th day of Junuary 1914, nt 2 o'clock, p. m., at the east front door of the court house In North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska, sell nt public auction to the hlgheot bidder for cash to satisfy said riecrto. Interest and costs, tho following described property to-wit: Lot one (1) in Hiock thirteen (13) in Peniston's Addition to the city of orth Platte. Lincoln county, Nebrnskn Dated North Platte. Neb.. December Sth, 1913. ""5 A. J.Salisduky. Sheriff. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Serial No. 012C0 DEPAIITMKNT OK TIIK INTElUOn. United States Land Oillco At ISorth Platte. Nebraska, Nov. lGth, 1915. ISgtlce is hereby Klven that Samuel Younjj or bomerset. Neb., who on Apr. 2nd, 1008. made homestead entry. No. 23922. Serial No. 01260 for LH Section 26, Township UN. Raniro 31 W. of Cth Princlpnt Meridan, has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to tho land above described before the register and receiver at North Platte' Nebraska, on. the 12th day of January Claimant names as wltncssscs: George Bur mool. J. K. Lawyer, Frank Wilfon. nil of Somer "ct. Neb.. O. E. Llder, of Wth PlatU-, Nebr. n'(i-0 J. E. Evans. Register. Notice. Nic Stoca will take notice that on the lGtli day of December, 1913; M. J. O' Connell, Justice of the pguce, of North Platto precinct No. 3 in and for Lincoln county, issued nn order of attachment for the sum of 27.25 in an action now pending before him. wherein O. O. Weingand is plaintiff and Nic Stoca is defendant that property consistine of money in tho hands of Geo Canda has been attached under said order. Said cause was continued to the 3tst day of January, 1914. at 9 o'clock a. m. Dated December 23, 1913. C. O. Weingand, Plaintiff. Notice ot Incorporation Notice is hereby given that articles of incorporation subscribed by D. T. Quigley, J. S. Twinem and Goo.B. Dent were filed in tho office of tho county clerk of Lincoln county. Nebras ka, on October 13th, 1913, and which said articles show: , m. Th.at e namo of tht-' corporation is The North Platte General Hospital Association. 2. That tho principal placo of trans acting business is North Platte, Lincoln county. Nebraska. 3. That tho general nature of the business to be transacted is to maintain and operuto a hospital for the care and uvuwiiuiii ui persons sick, uisauleu or otherwise incapacitated; to buy lease, erect nnd acquire, hold, own and manage real estate and bnildings for tho hospi tals and hospital purposes, and to do all things necessnry in conjunction with the mointenanco nnd operntion of said iiuspiuu or Hospitals. 4. The capital stock of the corpora tion is $2,000 fully subscribed. 15. Tho time of commencement of sapi corporation is October 13, 1913, and nt teimjnntion October 13, 1933. " .'? Ji.W'oat "mount of indebted ness or HarjIIfty to which tho corpora tion may subject itself is two-thirds of paid up stock. 7. The all'airs of tho corporation nro to be managed by president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and board of directors. The North Platto General Hospital .Association. By Dr. I). T. Quigley, President. Attest: Geo. 1). Dent, Secretary. d5-4 fL 1 Bought and highest market prices paid PHONES Residence Red G3G Office 459 C. H. WALTERS. For Thirty or more Years. We have been making, repairing cleaning, and nltering clothes fot tne people of North Platto. Wo have aimed to give satisfaction, and wo guess we have been successful, else tho people would not now pat ronze us. Give us a chance to do your work. F. J. BROEKER. Entrance north of the Nyal drug store. ORDER OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR AP POINTMENTOF ADMINISTRATRIX. The Stnto of Nebraska, Lincoln County, ss. In the County Court. In the matter of the estate of Carl W. Wilson, deceased. On rending nnd flHnK the petition of Elizabeth M. Wilson, praylnir that administration of said estate may bo icranted to herself as admin istratrix. Ordered, That Jan. 14th, 1914, nt 9 o'clock a. m. Is nssifmcxl for hcarinir said petition, when all persons Interested in said matter may appear ... wu..., ,-"" -w ..urn in uiui lor sain county, and show cause why prayer of petitioner should not bo wanted; nnd that notice ot the pendency, of said petition nnd tho hearing thereof bo given to all persons interested In said matter by publishing n copy of this order In the Mnptll Pllt,, TKlina n fn...f ..t 1 1 ..-. -.. . ...ttu . icHw Dviiii-weeKiy news paper printed In said county for three successive bi, imur tu niiiu uy 01 Hearing, Dated Dec. 22. 1913. J23-3 JOHN GRANT. County Judge. Notice. G. V. Carroll, first and real namo un known, will tako notice, that on the 7th day of October, 1913, P. II. Sulli van, a justice of the peace, of North Platte Precinct No. 1, Lincoln county,, Nebraska,issued anpder of attachment for the sum of $275 in an action pen ding before him, wherein Albert E. Timmerman is plaintilf and G. V. Carroll, first nnd renl nnmn nnlrninm defendant, that property consisting of one uox oi mercnancnse, tne contents of which are one rug 9x12 and a quan tity of bedding and dishes, has been attached under said order. Said cause was continued to the 29th day of Dec. 1913, rt ten o'clock a. m. Albert E. Timmerman, , , . Plaintiff. North Platte, Neb., Nov. 17th, 1918. Notice for Publication. James S. fiilhprt. nnn.rnaiilnnt- rlofnn. dant, will take notice that on the 23d day ui vjciouer, lyjj, uoy naney, 1. u. Mc Knightand C. E. Haney filed their pe tion in the district court of Lincoln COUntV. Nphrnskn. thp nhiont nnr nraiu,. of which are to have a certain sheriff's deed to EJ jS' VJ and "SVJ of NEi of Sec 35, T 16 N, 11 32 V, dated August c-jui, iviz, ano recoraeu in tne otlice of the county clerk of Lincoln county, Ne braska on the 7th day of September, 1912, in Book A-11," nt page 531 can celled and nnnulled and set aside; also the proceedings and decree had in and about nnd upon which said deed was based cancelled and set aside, and for such other and-further relief as may be just and equitable. You are required td answer said pe tition on or before Monday the" 12th (lay of January, 1914. Dated this 25th day of November, Roy Haney, I. D. McKnight and C. E. Hanhy. By Muldoon & Gibbs, their attorneys. Notice to Property Owners. Notice is hereby given that the city council of tho city of North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, will sit as a board of equalization beginning at the hour of 8:00 o'clock p. m., ot the 20th day of January, 1914, at the Council Chamber in the Public Library building in the city of North Plotte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, for the purpose of levying on the real estate lying and be ing within Sewer District H taxes for the purpose of paying the cost of con struction of a Interal sewer in said Sewer District H and that tho said taxes will be levied upon each parcel of real estnte according to tho extent of benefits to such property by reason of the construction of said lateral sewer, and if the said council shall find such benefits to bo equal and uniform, such lew of taxes will be nccnrflinn- tn tho front foot of tho lots of real estate within said Sewer District H or accord ing to such nthnr ruin na thn .!(!. Rmmnil sittinrr nsi nimh Hnnrrl of l?r,i.r,if zation may adopt for the distribution of sucn costs. All persons interested will file thoir obiectinns. if anv rhv lmvo tn rim no. sessing of taxes against their property on or ueiore mezum aay oi January, A. D 1914, st8:00 o'clock p. m with tho city clerk. Hv nrilnr of tho ATnvnr nm1 fifi. Council made thelGthdayof December, iyia. uiiAS. v: temple, uitv Clerk. Notice to Property Owners. Notice is hereby given that the city council of tho city of North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska, will sit as a board equalization beginning at the nour ot 8:uu o'clock p. m. of the 20th day of January, 1914, chamber in the public in tho city of North county, Nebraska, for at the council library building Platto, Lincoln the purpose of levyine on the real esiiiin lying nnd being within Sawer Dist ict G taxes for the purpose of paying the cost of construction of n lateral sewer in snid Sewer District G and thnt the said taxes will bo levied upon each parcel of real estate according to tho extent of bene fits to such property by reason of the construction of said lateral sewer, and if the said council shall find such bene fits tq be equal and uniform, such levy of taxes will be according to tho front foot of the lots of real estnto within said Sewer District G or according to such other rule as the city council sit ting as such board of equalization may adopt for the distribution or adjustment of such costs. All persons interested will file , their objections if any they huyo, to tlio as sessing of taxes ngainst their property on or before tho 20th duy of January, A. D., 1914, at 8:00 p. m with tho city clerk. By order of the Mayor and City Council made the ICth day of December, 1913. Chas. F. Temple, City Clerk. ofsaiiiluiti Dili. Infield Iedfield Physicians and Surncons. WILLIS J. REDFIELD, Surgeon. JOE U. REDFIELD. Physician. OFFICE: Physicians & Surgeons . Hospital . . PHONE 642. DR. HARRY MITCHELL GRADUATE DENTIST. Tclephono Red 4 BOSK Dewey St. North fil& te, Nebraska. John S. Simms Physician and Surgeon. Office in Keith Theatre Building Ofllco 209 PHONES Residence 38 tii. ifriMMr4 st4; GEO. B. DENT, Physicioo. and Surgeon, $ r Office over McDonald Uank. ir I ni ) Office ITiO n oneB f Residence 116 S rrft MMrtfrflrirefr9ri1r Olllce Phono 410 Ees. 131k 552 Bertha E.Mangon, M D. Physician and Surgeon Diseases or Women and Children a Specialty NORTH TLATTE, NEB. New McCabe Blbsr. A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES. j; Doctors Ames & Ames, g Physicians and Surgeons, ;; vhico over stone Drug Co. Phones uni??a is j .uemuence zm ii.-:z-r---?'?--r"jfc.rfrt- ...,.-....... --i-;.iiii Office phone 241. Res. phone 217 L. C. DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platto, - - Nebraska. McDonald Bank Building. Oldest Bank in Lincoln County State Bank North Platte, Nebr. CAPITAL STOCK 5100,000.00 We Solicit Your Duslnsss. Established in 1871. Contractor and Builder. Shop Corner Gth and Vine Streets NORTH PLATTE, NED. EBHH2HSEKEHS35JfflP5 DflTRONIZE THE nflT Ifl'House of Good Shows Till When in North Plafle. Motion Pictures. Runs Every Night. Matinee Saturday After noon at 2:30 O'clock. 10 CENTS. I ismszsizsBzmssssssii PRORATE NOTICE. In tho County Court of Lincoln County. Ne brnskn. Dec. 0th, 1913. . In the mattor of the estato of Hnttla Fnrrlntfton, Deceased. Notice is hereby feiven, that the creditors of Bald deceased will meet the Executor of said estate, before the county judjre of Lincoln county, Nebraska, nt tho county court room, in said ?2Um,yLon th?20th day cf Jan. 1914, and on the 20th day of July, J9H, at 9 o'clock a. m. each day, for tho purpose of presenting their claims for examination, adjustment and allowance. Six months are allowed for creditors to present their claims, and ono year for the Executor to settle Bald estate, from the 9th day of Dec. 1913 A rnnv nf (hi. nnln. tn 1... . .1.11.1. 1 i .i. .. in .. " rn . in mejxorin I'Jatte Tribune. n lejrnl semi-weekly news- .".ww ..tt,i-i. . Dtiu cuumy lor jour successive Woeka nrinr tn -Tnniini-v 14 lin d23-J JOHN GRANT. Countv Jn,? Sheriff's Sale. Tlv vlrtlln nt mn nn).i nt ..I. I.... 1 X .1 (llHTMf nnil ft nf 1 LmIh .nu.h. TI -l- ............ --. w . ...i.vuii. vuuiiiy, ncunUIUl, Upon a degree of foreclosure rendered In said court , 1 .v,"1 ,""""''."""" piainuu ann Thur louKh Chambers, etalnre defendants, nnd to me 1 1 vm on inu iiuiuay ot Jan., 1914, at 1 o clock p. m at tho cast front door of the court house In North Platte, Lincoln county, Ne braska. Bell at pdbllc auction to tho hishest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree. Interest '""'i.0.08' tho following described property ir'rV Ea" ?no-,m,f (EW Section twenty-four (21) Township Llcven (11) North of Ilantre Twcnty-elifht (28) west of the Cth P. M. Lincoln county, Nebraska. Dated North Platte, Neb., Dec. 22, 1913. d23-0 A. J SALISBURY. Shcrlll AUCTION OF SCHOOL LAND Notice is hereby given thst on the 27 .h day of December. 1913, at 1 o'clock, p. m., nt tho office of the county treas uror of Lincoln county, the Commis sioner of Public Lands and Buildings or his authorized representative, will offer for lease! nt nnlilin mmtinn nil educational lands within said county uiuu wmen lorieiiuro oi contract has been declared ns follows: All 3G-14-27 T. L. Carroll. Dated Decembor G, 1918. Fred Beckmann, Commislonor of Public Lands and Buildings - T HI i i I J) s i V ' I .