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VI A -rj My Christmas free Charles Dicfens IIIAVD. been looking on this even ing nt 11 inctry company of chil dren assembled around that pret ty German toy, a Christmas tree. Being now nt home again mid alone, the only person in the house awake, my thoughts nru drawn baclc by a fas cination which I do not oaro to resist to my own childhood. Straight in the middle of the room, cramped in the freedom of its growth by no encircling walls or soon readied cclliug, u shad owy tree arises, and, looking up into the dreamy brightness of its top, for I observe in tills tree the singular prop erty that it appears to giow down waid toward the earth, 1 look into my youngest Christinas recollections. All toys at first I find. But upon the branches of the tree, lower down, how thick the books begin to hang thin books, in themselves at lit st. but many of them, with dellciously binooth covers of bright red and green! "A was an archer and shot at n frog." Of course he was! lie was an apple pie also, and there lie is! lie was a good many things in his time, was A, and so were most of his friends, except X, who had so little versatility that 1 never know him to get beyond Xerxes or Xantippe. But now the very tree itself change? and becomes a beanstalk, the marvel ous beanstalk by which Jack climbed up to the giant's house. Good for Christmas time is the rud dy color of the cloak in which, the tree making a forest of itself for her to trip through with her basket. Little Bed Biding Hood conies to mo one Christ mas cvo to give me information of the cruelty and treachery of that dissem bling wolf who ate her grandmother without making any impression on his appetite and then ate her after mak ing that ferocious joke about ills teeth. She was my first love. 1 felt that if I could have married Little Bed Bid ing Hood 1 should have known perfect bliss. But it was not to be, and there was nothing lor it but to look for the volf in the Noah's ark thero and put him last in the procession on the tablo as a monster who was to bo degraded Oh. the wonderful Noah's nrk! It was not found seaworthy when put in a washing tub, and the animals were crammed In at the roof and needed to have their legs well shaken down be fore they could be got In even there, and then ten to one they began to tum ble out nt the door, which was but im perfectly fastened with a wire Intch. But what was that against it? Again a forest and somebody up in a tree not Bobln Hood, not Valentine, not tlio Yellow Dwarf: 1 have passed these and nil Mother Bunch's wonders without mention but an eastern king with the glittering scimitar and tur ban. It is the setting in of the bright Arabian Nights Oh. now all common things become uncommon and quite enchanted to mo! All lamps are most wonderful. All rings are talismans. Common flower pots aio full of treasure, witli n little earth scattered on the top; trees are for All Baba to hide in, beefsteaks aro to throw down into the Valley of Dia monds, that the precious stones may stick to them and be carried by the eagles to their nests, whence the trad ers, with loud cries, will scaro them. All the dates imported come from tho same tree as that unlucky ouo with whoso shell tho merchant knocked out the eye of tho genie's Invisible son. But, hark! Tho waits aro playing, and they break my childish sleep. Wlint images do I associate with the Christmas music as 1 see them set forth on the Christinas tree! Known before nil tho others, keeping far apart from all the others, they gather round my little bed an angel, speaking to a group of shepherds in a Held; some travelers, with eyes uplifted, following a star; a baby in a manger; a child in a spacious temple, talking with great men; a solemn figure, with a mild and beautiful face, raising a dead girl by the hand; again, uear a city gate call ing back tho son of a widow on Ills bier to life; a ciowd of people looking through the open roof of a chamber where he felts and letting down a sick person on a bed with ropes; tho same, in a tempest, walking on the waters; In n ship again, on a seashore, tench lug a great multitude; again, with n child upon Ids knee and other children around; again, restoring sight to tho blind, speech to tho dumb, hearing to tho deaf, health to the sick, strength to tho lame, knowledge to tho ignorant; again, dying upon a cross, watched by armed soldiers, a darkness coming on, the earth beginning to shako and ouly one voice lieaid, "Forgive them, for they know not what they do!" Ihiclrcled by the social thoughts of Clulstmas time, still let the benignant tlguro of my childhood htand unchang ed! In every cheerful Imago and sug gestion that tho hcason brings may the bright star that rested above the poor roof bo the star of all tho Chi la tinn worldl A moment's pause, O vanishing tree, of which tho lower boughs aro dark to mo yet, and let me look once more. I know thero aio blank Fpaces on thy branches, whoro eyes that I have loved have shone anil smiled, from which they aro departed. But far above I see tho raiser of the dead girl and the widow's son and God is good' THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT; A CHRISTMAS FANCY DRIVEN from the heart of tho people, Christmas Spirit left the great shops, fled from the market places and from every habitat of man until ho came to the quiet little sunlit path that runs through the deep wood. When he was yet afar off tho most perfect Plr Tieo in all tho forest called ga.ily to the Great Oak at her bide. "Christmas is coining!" "Yes." answered the big oak, "but there Is something wrong. See how he halts at tho end of the path, stoop ing as if tho load of the world's sor row lay upon his bhoulders. See how he comes now, with all tho gladness gone from his step." It was quite true. Christmas Spirit came toward tho most perfect Fir Treo in tho wood with lagging step, looking away through the forest with sad and troubled eyes. "Why, wlint is the matter, Christ mas?" called the Fir Tree. Thero was no answer. The forlorn figure sat down on a fallen log at tho foot of tho Fir Tree, but still thero was no answer. "Tell me about it all, Clulstmas," in vlted the Fir Treo in n voice vibrant with sympathy. "I have been over tho wide world. I have knocked at the door of every heart, and no one has opened to me. I am forgotten, and thero is no one who loves me," he bald. "Every heart?" questioned the Fir Tree incredulously. "No, but many, many hearts, mid they nto all alike," he compromised. "I have been in tho homo of men and stood so close to them that I could lay a finger on their naked hearts, but they did not stir at my touch. They looked me squarely in tho eye, and these aro the things they paid to some woman in their homes: 'Don't break me.' 'I shall bo months pajlng the bills you are making.' 'Christmas Is n nuisance 'Confound this custom of gHIng pros ents anyway!' "These are tho things they said while they looked into my eyes, and all the while my hands lay frozen against their hearts. "I went and stood beside the women in many, many homes, and they looked through mo as though I was not One beautiful lady I think of now in par ticular. Oh, I wanted a place in her heart, nnd I knocked loud nnd long, but the door did not open so much ns n crack for mo to enter. She looked into my eyes and said: '1 wonder what Mrs Brown paid for that bag she gave mo last year. It looked like a cheap thing, and I shall not spend much money on her.' And again. 'It is awful to Just have to make gifts to people yon do not care a thing about.' "No one loves mo, and I cannot live without love, and so I shall die," sob bed Christmas Spit It to the Fir Tree "Christmas has come to be just a big exchange desk, where people give- to those whom they know will give to them and giumblo in the giving" "Come closer." whispered the Fli Tree. "I have something to tell jou "A woman came to the heart of the wood yesterday," said the Fir Tice "and with her there was another wo man. " "We must find the most perfect tiee In all the forest, for none other win do.' said the llrst woman. " 'Yes.' said the second woman. 'Tni the child has no one to bring Christ mas Sphit to her. no telatlves. no friends, no one to care." "They talked on and on until tin story of tho little crippled child foi whom thej weie preparing a joyous Chiistinns came out. She was nothing to them, but she was alone nnd not like other children "A party of men were walking through the wood last Sunday," went on tho Fir Tieo, for Christmas Spiilt had stopped bobbing now and was lis tenlng intontl. "One of these men was telling the others about his aged father, who worked his lingers almost to the bone in years gone by to glvo Ills hoy an education. Now ho Is very feeble, al most down the western slope, and his son who will always be Just a little boy to tho old man is going back to tho little country village to spend a portion of the holidays with htm and lift tho veil of loneliness from his soul He has planned some wonderful sur prises for the lonely old man nwa back thero in the country." ended tin Fir Tree. "Oh, lias he!" exclaimed Chrlstm -no longer a forlorn little figure, hut happy, happy spirit. "I am going away next week t decked for the llttlo crippled In l laughed tho Fir Treo when Chi Man Spirit stopped mid his mad d. n . . Joy. "And I am going across the w hub world, and I shall knock so earne-th at tho heart of every human being Hi i no one can fall to open wide tin in doors to Christinas Spirit." rnlii-il n,. llttlo flguro of Christum ,1m danced away toward the win ' '' wood and tho cities and town- ' .lulin Chandler Matiz in Hu press. Profit and Loss at Christmas. Old Lady What's tho matter with tho llttlo boy? Elder Brothor-Oh, ho's cryln' cos I'm catin' my Christmas cnlte nn won't give him any Old Lady Is tils own cako finished, then? Elder Brother - Yes, an' ho crletf while 1 was eatln that too AtSlS ;y yuzmivm m xm sa p-it.lt?ll v ivif & V&r I like that eld sweet i.gcnd Not found in Heiy Vfit And wish that Jchn n M.-t.t ; Hnr1 made U.blj on of it But, though it is nut eoep . There it no law to hoid Tho heart tiom f rowing better That hears the story told: How the little Jewish children Upon a summer day Went down across tho meadows With tho Child Christ to play And in tho gold green valley Whero low the reed graes l.-y They mado them moch mud tpni'O Out of the meadow olay. So, whon theso all were fashioned And ranged in flocks about, "Now," said tho llttlo Jesus, "We'll lot tho birds fly out." Then all the happy children Did call and coax and cry Each to his own mud sparrow. "Fly, as I bid you fly!" rv Gft, j.tKs nis MTTi.K si'Aiti.ow m:vt soAitisn ii mi: bicv But earthen were tho sparrows, And earth they did remain, Though loud tho Jewish children Cried out and cried again. Except the one bird only Tho llttlo Lord Christ made. The earth that owned him master, His earth heard and obeyed. Softly he leaned and whispered, "Fly up to heaven, fly!" And swift his little sparrow Went soaring to the sky. And silent all the children Stood awestruck looking on Till deep into the heavens Tho bird of earth had gone. I liko to think for playmate Wo have tho Lord Christ still And that still abovo our weakness Ho works his mighty will; That all our little playthings Of earthen hopes and joys Shall be by his commandment Changed into heavenly joys. Our souls are like the sparrows Imprisoned in the clay Bless him who came to give them wings Upon a Christmas day. Most Liberal Christmas Givers. The big piivate banking houses of Wall utroot aie the most liberal te watdeis at Christinas. Just ns thej are the heaviest salary payers throughout tho j ear The ctoatest house In tin street lias been known to glu- Hhi pet cent bonus to all omplujeo at New Year's that Is. double pnj fm the en tire year. In that 111 m New Vein's i the gi eater dav Nobody tin- eer e plained exactly why it Is piolcrted i Christmas. Often the house gl . I" per cent. But, liko other prlnte li.tns ing llrms, it never lets it get out w iia i bopus it will pav for fe.ir tb.it tin tlzo of tln gift will bo taUou hj I In world to Indicate the state of pm perity of the firm's preceding J eat Every year the amount of the inum naturally does leak out aftei-wni'i through the people who get plo i- ot it and who Iiiik-Ii with benefited niu from other blinking Iiouhuh. Kn it i that nltnost eveijthum In Wall ri leaks out through the amiable ivm.ii nesKos of luncheon gslp Tho "Little Pooplo's" Chrictmao Long ngo. hi Merry Kimlnwl Mi popular belief was that tin- ' litiu i pic" of the forest come at uh in to Join In the Christmas tcMiMtie wltli mortals Now, it In well Mi"V i that tho "little people" do nut i! t" he seen nnd will not tontine wueie there is any possibility f rliiu an man eyes finding them N" In ""'' to please their sprlglitlj Unit- im -i tieli and poor pro hie the tut trn'iil wltfi hiding plm-i's nl tlibk .in wrenths and fi-stum s In n tin i, Ii ! 'i tit r. i' iv ii hllco Phono G9. Residence, black 222 ver Dixon's Jew- Cor. First & Vino elry Store. DH. S. .1. KICIIAllDSOX Homeopathic I'hjslclnn it Surgeon North I'latto Neb. Hospital Facilities at Nurso Brown Memorial Hospital. Best and Neatest "Work in UlMIQLSTtilUXG All work rosltlu'l)' (liiiiriuitccil Upon I, eat lug tho Shop. U. C. CUltlSTliYXSOX Leave orders at Dttko & Beats' Shop Phone Black 534. IIIHKS. FURS AM) JUXK I'nj lug Top Price for Hides H0M:S $7.00 to $.()() VV.K TON' of all kinds 30. IMiATTi: JUNK 1IOUS12. C. C. WAIiMXflSFOltl), riijsiclnii and Surgeon Olllce: Booms 1 and -' McDonald Bank Building North Platte, Nebraska. Olllco phono S2, Hos. Bed 302. Calls answered prompty Day or Night. Audio n Sale of School I, anils Notlco Is hereby given that on tho 22nd day of December. l'Jl I, at one o'clock p. m. nt the olllce of the county treasurer of Lincoln county, the Com missioner of Public Lauds and Build ings, or Ids authorized representative will offer for lease at public auction all educational lands within said coun ty upon which forfeiture of contract has been declared as follows: EM: and N. NV4 3G, 12. 2!). Barker Company. EM: 30, 1G, 29, U II. Kirby. Fit El) BHCKMAN. Commissioner ot Public" Lands nnd Buildings. December 1. 1011. Legal Notice. In the District Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska. William Schneider, plalntllf, vs. James E. Lane, mortgagee named in the moitgago In tho petition herein described tho unknown heirs or leg atees and divisees of said James E. Lane, deceased; tho unknown heirs or legatees and divisees of Jodlah Har rington, deceased, as assignee from said James E Lane of said mortgage and tho real estate covered and clouded thereby, to-wit: EM- NYVVi and Ej SYV4 section 21. township 12 North, range 32 West Gth P. M , defendants. Eaeli and all of the defendants above named and described, will take notice that William Schaopler, plain tiff herein, on the ISth day of August, 1014 filled his petition in tho olllce or the Clerk of the District Court ot Lincoln County. Nebraska, agninst the defendants hereinbefore in the ti tle named and described, the object and prajer of which aro to obtain the decreo of said court to quiet In the plaintiff the title to said described real estate to-wlt: EVj NWi and Ej SW'4 section 24, township 12, North, range 32 West Gth P. M., against the apparent and un enforcible lien arising by virtue of tho mortgage thereon, made by Alton L. Martin to James E Lane, dated March 10. 1S04, recorded March 21, 1J01 in book 13, page 173 of the mort gago records of said Lincoln County, which said mortgage has been fully paid and satisfied and due and legal assignment ot same was made by said James E. Lane to said .loslah Har rington, now deceased, Hie last named having executed and delivered good and hulllclent release of said mort gage, but both said Instruments, to wit: said assignment of mortgage and release thereof, so as aforesaid duly executed, acknowledged and delivered, have been lost or destroyed without re cording and all without fault or laches on behalf of said plaintiff, who prays for said decree without redeeming or ollering to redeem therefrom, full sat isfaction of the same having been made, and for equitable relict gener ally. You, the said defendants, nnd each of you, aro required to answer said petition on or beforo Monday the 18th day of January, lOlfi. Dated December S, 1011 .WILLIAM SCHAEPLEB, I'laintilf. By King & Blttner, ills attorneys, Osceola, Ncbr . 1)8-4 Order of Hearing on Final Settlement The State of Nebraska, Lincoln Coun ty, ss In the County Court: In tho Matter of tho Estate of Wil liam Shrear, Deceased: To tho creditors, heirs, legatees and others interested in tho cstato of Wil liam Shrear: Tako notice, that Lester Walkor has filed in the County Court, a 10 port of his doings as administrator of said estate, and it is ordered that the same stand for hearing tho ISth dav of December, A. I)., 1911 boforo the Court at tho hour of 0 o'clock n m , nt which time any person inter ested may nppenr nnd except to and contest the saine Notice of this preceding nnd tho hearing thoieof is ordered given to all portions Interested in said matter by publishing a copy of this order in tho North Platte Tribune, a hoiiiI wcJkly newspaper printed in snld County, for 3 consecutive weeks prior to said dnto of hearing. Dated November 23, 1011. 88-3 County Judgo. County Judge Sheriffs Sale. Hy virtue of an order of sale issued from tho District Court of Lincoln County, Nohrnska, upon a decreo of foreclosure rendered in said Court wherein Mutual Building As Loan As sociation, a corporation Is plaintiff nnd Corda V. O'Brien et al aro de fendants, nnd to mo directed, I will on tho 21st day ot December, 1011, at 2 o'clock P. M., at tho east front door of tho court houso In North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, sell at pub lic auction to tho highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decreo, Interest and costB, tho following dencribod property, to-wit: Lot Six (G) Block Ono flfty-ono (151) Original town of North I'latto, Nohrnska. Dated North Platte. Nebraska, No vonber 10th, 1911 A J SALISBURY, Sheriff, Geo. B. Dent, Physician nnd Surgeon. Special Attention giren to Surgery and Obstetrics. Ofllc: Building nnd Loan Building:. Pbon. I 0nko 130 mono tRMIllence ii5 DlHtltYlItiltllY & FOllliES, Licensed Liabaliners I'liderlakcrs and ruiiernl Directors Day Phone 234. Night Phono Black oSS. Order of Hearing on Petition for Ap pointment of Administrator or Administratrix. The State of Nebraska. Lincoln Coun- tv, ss In the County Court. In the Matter of the Estate of John K MeWilllams, Deceased. On reading and llllng tho petition of Elizabeth MeWilllams praying that administration of said estate may lie granted to herself as administratrix. Ordered, That December 20, A. 1). 1011. at 0 o'clock a. m. is assigned for hearing said petition, when all per sons Interested In said matter may nppenr before a County Court to bo held in nnd for said County, nnd show cause why the prayer of petitioner should not bo granted; and that no tice of the pendency of said petition and tho hearing thereof be given to all persons Interested In said matter by publishing u copy of this order in the North Platte Tribune, a semi weekly newspaper printed In said County, for three successive weeks, prior to said day of hearing. Dated December Gth, 101 1. JOHN CHANT. 02t3 County Judge. Probate Notice. In tho Matter of tho Estate of William Landgraf, Deceased. In tho County Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska, November 25111, 1014. Notice is hereby given, that the cred itors of said deceased will meet the Administrator ot said Estate, before tho County Judge of Lincoln County, Nebraska, at tho County Court Boom, n said County, on tho 29th day of De cember, 101 i, and on the 29th day of June. 1015, at 0 o'clock a. in. each day, for tho purpose of presenting tholr claims for examination, adjustment and allowance Six months are al lowed for creditors to present their claims, and ono year for tho Admin istrator to settlo said estate, from the 25th day of November, 1911. A copy of tills order to bo published in tho North Platte Tribune, a legal semi weekly nowspapor of said county for four consecutive weeks prior to De cember 29. 101 1 JOHN CHANT, 9011 County Judge. i:. . imimi:n. Aiiorm-j. om.ihii National Hank lluililinu: :ir .Notice (n Noii-IIi-nIiIi-iiI llcri-niliiiiln Tin ilofoliiliintH. Attliill H.itllcH, Han nah HiittU'H, Ktiilii A Ilowil, - liowil, hi'i liiiHliaml, Hi si anil n-al name un known, anil each of tin in ale notillcd that on the 1 st li ilay of N'oveinhel , till I, (it-oiKi II Will leu llli-il n petition In thu DlHtllct t'oillt of liliienlii Count, Ne lilUHlui nKiinul MUlil nliove named ile l( nclantH, Impleaded with otheiH. the oliject and prajil of which aie ti foreclose IiIh eel tain moil KaucH executed on the ..'7th day of A)lll, 111 II', li the ileleiulant, Aitlim Hattlcn In favor of the I' S Uc Stoi k ('oniian, ii coi potation, upon the fol lowing ilem-illicd niopeitj, mttiutnl in the Counl of Lincoln" and State of N. In iiHltu to-wlt One iiiortKiiKf for $".11(10(1 on Hid ninth one-half of the HoutheaHt one-foin th, and thu Houth ii( oiie-touith of tile boutlu-aHl iine fouith, and the noitlieasl one-fouiili of the HoutliweHt one-fourth In .Section Devi nlii-ii, In towiiHhlp Hlxteen ninth, of i uiKe thlity-two west of the Hlth I' M . in Mmolii Count, N'eliiaHka, iiionled in Hook IJ. 1'uk 3 1 U. of the Moiti:iiM ItitnnlH of l.luiolu fount, Ni-liniHkii, to necuie a Hint nioit,ic toiipon note 01 ohllmitlon to Haid I S l.lvi Stock foiupan.s, a coi poratlon, dated the "th day of April, l'MJ, ami plalntift iilloKi'B that theie In dui upon Haid note anil obligation the Hum of $r, 15 00 with InleicHt thereon at the into of t; pei cent pet annum fi oin the L'7th du of (Ictohel, 1011. one mort K.ine Toi $1000 00 on the not th one-half of Hectlon Hcvcntecn, in towuHhip hI teeii nnith, of inline thirty-two went cr the hMIi I' At In Lincoln ConuU, Nelnaslui, leiorded In Hook I-', 1'nm IlL'l of the morlKiiKc 'noiiU ot Lincoln fount, N'elunNkn, lo Heeiile a J-'IrHt MoitmiKc Coupon note or obligation to mild II S Live Stock Company, n (orpoiatloii, dated the 27th d.iv of Apill, l'.ML, nnil philutlff alliKc-H "Hint theie Ih due upon wild note oi obli gation the mini of $I0U0, with inter out thct con nt the late of (! pi i tent per annum fioni the 27th day of I )c tohit, l')I4 That each anil nil of the .ifon nald noteH anil mortuaKcH have been dulv uhhIkihiI and tiiiliHfel led to thlH plaintiff 'I'lie plalntllf pi,iH that c,n h and all of Haii) morlKUKod picmlHeB lie decreed to he Hold to Htitufy tho iiinountH due the! con mill that each and all of huIiI (lcfendantH unit ull pcrHOHH claiming by, throUKli or under them or any of them ne exciuui-il rrom anil foreiloHed of nil IntercHt, iIkIU, title, lien and etiulty of ....-. -ri., ,,K,, lltll, , It'll III ledciiiptloii In to and upon Mil 111 prem- You are n quired to .hihwii hiiIiI pe- II t oi on oi befoie the 2tith day of .lull lllll , t'lfi or.oitiii: i: wutiiLN. I'luintirr 1.?yl;,' Moililel, HIh Attonie 11. ( . Iiomillll, Atlnrii.-. UK, (Uii, ib. i National Hank Hulblinn Niillce In Niiii-llfNlih-M lli-reiiilaiilN The defi nd.intH, Aithur HattleH, Han nah HattliH, Stilla A I loud, Uowd, hit huHb.iiul, III hi ami leal name un known, Austin S UhrlMt, .1 Sldnoy Smith, John I) (ihrlxt, Luniie A Uhrist, Murvev Mctz, l-'rank Wllle, It J J'uvtH, lliHt and n-al name unknown, F J, Whitehead, llrHt and real iiuinu un known, A .1 White, llrst anil t otil name unknown, AtrH A J White, llrst ami real iiunin unknown, L It Wost, III Ml mid real name unknown and .Mih L It West, his wife. Hist nnd leal name unknown, mid each of thom are notified that on tho 1Mb day of No viinbui, 1SU1, Jiiiuch A Kike II led a pe tition in the District fouit of Lincoln founts, Nebraska, against said above named defendants Impleaded with oth i rs, tho object and prayer of whii li an to foreclose his eel tain morttrani h ex i cuted on the 27lh day of April, 1U12, oy win ueicniiani, Arumr liattli s in favor of tho U S Llvo Stock Company, a coi poratlon, upon tho follow Iiik di-H-irlbed property, situated In tho County of Lincoln and Htato of Nebiaska, to wlt one moriKinfe for $r.oo oo on the west one-half of tho north wont one fout th and the southenst one-fourth of the notthWLSt one-fourth In Hectlon time in township llftooh ninth, of i time thirty-two wist of tho sixth I' M, LIikoIii County, Nebraska, leionleil In Hook 1.', I'iiko 317, of tho MoitKOKo Itt-cnids of Lincoln County, Nebiaska, to scenic, a Klrst MottK'iK Coupon note or obligation to said H S. Llvo Stock Company, a corpotatlon, dated tho 27th day of April, 1U12 anil plnln 1 1 IT alliKCH that there is iluo upon said nolo or obligation the sum of $51u.00 with inteiest thereon at tho tato ot 0 u i nut pi i annum fiom the 27th day of in tober, 1011 ono inortaKo foi JdOOOO on the south uni half of the southwest out fourth. In tuition hi vi n tieu, and tho north ono half of the northotiBt ono-fourth In Hectlon nlno toan, nil In towtiBlilp sixteen north, of rniiKO thirty-two west ot tho sixth P. At. In Lincoln County, Nebraska, re corded In Hook 42, 1'jiKO 313, of tho MortKnKo Hccords of Lincoln County, Nebraska, to secure n Klrt MortKUgo Coupon note or obllKUtlon to snld u. . Live Stock Company, a corporation, ilatoil tho 27 th day of April, 1912, and plaintiff nllcRcs that thero Is duo upon Haid note or obligation the sum of $54u.0O. with Interest thereon nt tho rnto of fi per cent per milium from tho .'7th day of October, Hill, ono mort KnKc for $1000 00 on the Houthwest ono fourth and tho west one-half of tho northwest otiti-foutth and tho HOUtheaHt one-fout th or tho northwest ono-fourth nnd the southwest one-fout th of tho southeast ono-fourth In Hectlon nlno tein, towiiHlilp HlNteen north, of ran go tlilit-two west of the Hl.vth M. In Lincoln fount, Nebraska, lecorded In Hook 12, I'iikc 2'Jt of tho MortffttKo liecordH of Lincoln County, NebniBkn, to hccuii n Klrst .MorttraKo Coupon .Note ol obligation to Hillil II. S3. Llvo .'to. k fouipmn, a corporation, dated the 27th dm of Apill, 1!H2, and plain tiff nllewcH that theie in due upon nlit note or oliliKiitton th mini of $10UO with Intel ml it the inte of ( per eont per iiinuin from the 27th day of Oc tober, 1M4 That each unit all of tho afoiexalil notes mill mnrtKHKcs have been iluH aKHljfiicd mid trmiHforred to thlH plaintiff Thl-4 plaintiff pniH that ench and all of Buhl inoitKUKcd piomlsuH bo de creed to be noli! to HHtlMfy tho amounta due thereon and that ouch nnd all of Haid ih lenilantH and nil porHons claim ing by thiouKh oi under thom or nny ot tliein be excluded from and foro cloftcd of all Interest, rlKht, title Hen mill equity of ledetuptlou In to nut! upon (mid picmlscH Ion arc inquired to answer snld pe tition on or bofote tho SCth day of Jiinuui, 101 f JAMIIS A. KIKK, Philutlff. Hy li. f. lloddot, Ills Attorney II. C. IIOIIDKIt, Vltornej. Ctu Omaha National Hank Hitlldiug Notice to .Non-lti'Mlilctit llcfc miauls Tho ilefeudmitM Will Outtrlin, Clara f Outtrlin, Austin S Ohrlst, John 13 fihrlst, Kiunk Wllle, f li. Muriiuis, III it anil leal name unknown And .1 Sliltii Smith, and ench of them aro nutHlcd that on the 18th day of No M'liibii, mil. Anna V. lletcalf llloit n petition In the District Court of Lin coln County, Nebiaska tiKalnst tho said al oe named defendants impleaded with t-thirs, the object anil prayer of whli h nto to foiocloso certain niort (riiKes cM'cutod by the defendants Will outturn nail Chun C outttliu on tho 2?th ila ol April, 1U12, In favor of tho I it Live Slock Conipati, a corpora tion, upon the following described innpttt, sltitnteil In tho County of Lincoln and State of Nebiaska, to-wlt one uoitKUKo foi $1000 00 on tho west out half of section twenty-ono in township sixteen not til of iiuiko thirty two ui'Ht ot the sixth I' M. Lincoln Count, Ni lirasKa, lecorded In Hook I-'. Pane 1107 of the MoitgaKO llooordB of I, nn oin Count, Nohrnska, to socuro a 1 lot .MnitKiiKc Coupon uoto or ob ligation to said t' S LIo Stock Cotn Phii, a cot potation, dated tho 27th day of Apill, l'.it2 and plaintiff iiIIokoh 111 it theie Ih due upon said note or ob-Hn-llon the sum of $10110, with intor i'M thoieoii at the late of (I por cont pi i annum tiom the 27th day of Oc toliei, I'll I, One mottKiiKo for $1000.00 on the east one-half ol Hectlon twonty oiie In towuHhip sixteen north, ot raiiKD thlt IN -two west of the sixth P. M in Llnitilu Count, Nebiaska, lecorded In Hook IJ. I'niii- .111 of tho Mortgage Itecoids of Lincoln Count, Nebraska, to set lire ,i l-'ltst MoitKOKo Coupon note oi obligation to said IT. S. Llvo Stock Compiun, a cot poratlon, dated tho 27th da of April, 1012, and plaln tllf alleges that tholo is due upon saht note oi obligation the sum of $1000, with Interest thereon at tho into of fi n i cent per annum fioni tho 27th day of Octohci, 1014, One mot tuaKo for $fi00 oo on tin- northeast ono-fout th of sect Ion twent-nlne In township slx ti i u ninth, of inline thlity-two west of the Hlxth I' .M In Lincoln County, Ne braska, iccoided In Hook 12, 1'nKo 303 nf the .MoiIhTuko llecotils of Lincoln Count, Nebiaska, to secure a Klrst .MottKtiKf Coupon nolo oi obligation to H.ihl I S Live Stock Company, a toipotatlt luted the 27th day of Apill, l'U2 and plaintiff uIIukuh that theie I i iltn upon nn lil note or obliga tion tlio sum ol $."il."i00, with Interest tin icon ut the tale of i! per cent por annum fioni tin- J7lh dm of October, fill, one moitKiiKc for $fi00 00 on tho HouthenHt one-fourth of thu southeast oiu -fourth and the West one-liiilf of the southeast one-font th all In section I went -nine In township sixteen ninth of laiiKo lhiit-two west of tlio sixth I' M and the south half of tho south i list oni-iouitli of the southeast ono font lit In Hectlon nineteen, In town ship sixteen ninth, of kihk" thlity-two west of the sixth I' M , all In Lincoln Couul, Nebiaska, i cent tied in Hook 12 and l'.iue ,'l().ri or the MottKUPTo ItecoidH of Lincoln County, Nebraska, to secuie a l-'iist .Moi tKak'e Coupon note oi obligation lo said I' S Llvo Stock Compati, ii cm potation, dated tho 27th da of Apill, l'Jl-' ami plalntirr alloKos that tlieie Is due upon said noto or ob ligation tin- sum of $510 011, with In teiest then on at the tale of li per cont per milium fiom tin- 27th day of Oc tobet. 1011. One mortKiiKo for $500.00 on the southwest one-fourth of suction lweiil-nlne In township sixteen north, of iiiiiku thlit-two west of tho sixth I' M In Lincoln County, Nebiaska, rei in ded In Hook 12, l'ae ,'10t), of tho MoitKiike ICiioids of Lincoln County, Nebiaska, lo secuie a Klrst MoitKUKi) note in obligation to snld II. S. Llvo Stoi It Compait, a cmpcuatlon, dated the " 7 1 1 1 dm of April, 11)12, and plain tin iiIIckcs that theie Is duo upon said note and obllKiitlon the sum of $515.00, with interest theieou at tho rnto of t! pel cent pel nullum fiom tlio 27th day ol in tober. 1011 That each nnd all of tin afoiesald notes and morlKtiKes have In en duh iiHHlnned and timistorroil to tills plaintiff The philutlff pi.ts thai each nnd all of the said mortnaned premises bo tln iii id to be sold to satisfy tho amounts dm tin icon and that each mid nil of said defendants and all persons olnlui Inir b. Ihrouuh or under thom or nnv of them be exiluilod from and fotoolos ed or all intenst, ilKht, title, Hon and equltv of i-idemptlnn in to anil upon said premises Von are leiiulntl to answer said pe tition on or befote tin Jtith day of Jnn uui , 1015 ANNA V MLTCALK, Plaintiff. Hy II C lloddir, Her AttOtllO II. C. HOniMlll, ,tloriie. 015 Omaha National Hank HuildlliK Notice lii Noii-ltcMlilriil llefeiiilmitN The defendants. Will outtrlin, Clnia C Outlilm, Kiunk Will., Hunlco A Ohrlst ami John tihrist, her husband, and oaih of them are notillod that on the 1Mb d.iv of Novotnhor, 1011, James Kike tiled a petition In the lilstrnl Couit of Lint oin County, No luiiski against snld above namod de ft iiiliiutH Impleaded with others, the obji 1 1 ami prayer of which aro to fore i lose his certain mortunKc executed on Hie 27th day of Apill, 1012 by tho de fendants Will Outtrlin and Clara C oiittrim for $500 00 In favor of tho II. S Live Stock Company, a corporation, upon the notthwest out -fourth (N. W 4 ) of Section twenty-nlno (20), in township slxtien l Hi) north, of iiuiKe thirty-two (32) west of the sixth (Uth) I' If , Lincoln County, Nebraslin, re coideil in Hunk IJ of MortKUKCH, I'nKo .lift, Ul till' .11UI IKIIHI llUllilllB Ul i-,111- coln County, Nebraska, to securo tho pigment of a Kltst .MorticaKe (Coupon note or obllmitlon to the said IT. S. Live Stock Company, a corportrtlon, under date of April J7th, 1012, which said uoto and morlKUKc has boon duly assigned and tiausfimil to this plain tiir mid this plaintiff .iIIikcs that thero is now due upon said noto tho sum of $51G00 with Interest thereon at the into of t per ctnt per annum from tho 27th day of Octobi r, 1011 'I'he plalntirr pnis Unit said tnort KaKod ptomlMcs ho decreed to bo sold lo satisfy the amount duo theroou and thnt oneli anil all of s.ild defendants and nil porsous olaimlni; by, throutch or under them or nny of thom ho excluded fiom and ftuoclosuil of all Intorost, rlirlit title, lien and miulty of rodomp tiou lu to and upon s.ild iiromluos on me riqulicil to answer bald pe tition on or beforo tho 20th dny of Jnn- 11.115 l'Jl J JAMES A KIKH. Plaintiff Hy H C lloddor, Ills Attorney.