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On St. Patrick's
Night By EUNICE BLAKE "Norn O'Rourko," said I ho postinnn on the morning of St. Patrick's day, handing n maid who answered his whistle two letters. "Any such person here?" "That's myself," said the girl, tak ing the mall, The postman went on, and she returned to the kitchen. One of the missives hore a Mack border and a foreign stamp. She tore off the envelope and read the contents, from her sister in Ireland: Dear Norn I hnve to toll you soino bnii news. Our uncle Patrick, who hns been In tlio grocery business) In Dublin, Is dead. But there's some Rood news too. He mmlo n lot of money, find, not having nny wife or children, ho has left It nil to you and mo. Wo Will hnvo about 2,000 nplcco. Your lovlnu sinter, HIUIXJET. Tlio had part of the news had little effect on Nora, for she had never seen her uncle, and the legacy of $10,000 was n matter of great delight. She was so Interested In the latter that she forgot for some time to open her other letter; then she turned her at tention to tlio other letter. It was from Patrick Doolan, asking her to go with him to the hnll to ho given on tlio night of St. Patrick's day, and he hoped that she would give him an an swer to n question that he would ask her, Sho knew very well what that ques tlon would he, hut was In doubt ns to her answer. She held In her hand the letter ndvlslng her of her legacy and her lover's note, turning from one to the other hack and forth. Pat Doolan whb n money maker, owning a num ber of teams, with which he did haul ing. Norn's poverty had constrained her to consider his proposition of mar riage, remembering that he would lie nhlo to keep tho wolf from Ids and her door. Hut inclinations rather led her to fnvor young Michael O'Connor, who was bright and active, but had not tho faculty of holding on to what he made. She knew that both Pat and Mike would bo at tho ball on St. Pat rick's evening, and she laid n plan to assist her In tho matter between them. During tho afternoon sho wept to boo her friend, Kathleen Clancy, and said to her: "Knth, 4'm going to say something tonight to Pat Doolnn that may make him get sweet on you." "What aro you going to tell him?" "That your uncle In Ireland Is dead and has left you .$10,000." "Hut 1 haven't any undo in Ireland." "Never mind that. Likely Pat won't mention tho matter to you. If ho docs don't tell him the truth till tomorrow, nnd I'll give you something pretty.'" Norn went to tlio ball with Pat and on tho way told him that she knew a girl who that morning had received n legacy of 1.0)0 by tho death of an un cle In Ireland. Pat asked who was tho girl, and Nora gave him to under stand thnt sho was Kathleen Clancy. Dining the evening Pat did ndt re fer to tho answer to his proposition. Kathleen, not being a very pretty girl, was something of a wall llower. "I'm sorry for tho poor filrl," said Pnt, "sittln' around with no ono to ask her to dance. I'm minded to go and nsk her myself." "Thnt'H right," said Norn. "Sho'U np preclato tho attention." Put naked Kathleen to dnnco nnd, having danced with her once, ho con eluded to ask her again. Meanwhile Mlko O'Connor danced with Miss OMtnnrkn TIo nnltoil linr tn ilnnrm with Jilm again, bui4ho declined. To do bo would not hnvo accorded with her plnn When Pat nnd Nora were going home frnvn ttm finll tiiot.m.l if i...ticilir l.a,. for an nnswer to his proposal, ho said to her: "Norn, 1 don't llko your dancing with that mlserublo fellow, O Connor." "I only danced with him ouco." "That's enough. You shouldn't have danced with him nt nil." "I'm sorry." said Norn, with nppnr cut penitence. When Pnt left her at tho door she said to him: "I supposo you don't want tho nn swer you said you wero lookln' fur?" "Not tonight. I'm thlnkln' nbout your dancing with thnt spalpeen O'Con nor. Maybo I'll got over It In time." "That won't do you nny good, for 1 won't get over whnt you'vo dono tills night It's not Kathleen, whoso uncle In Ireland has died and left her $10,000, but my own undo has left that money to me. I told you It wns Knthleen to sco if you could bo switched off by n bait of n legney, nnd I'vo found that you don't valuo mo so much ns tho fortune. Good night nnd goodby." "Norn" lie began In a supplicating tone, but ho got no further, for she shut tho door In his fnco. When Nora and Knthleen met ngaln Norn learned that Fnt had not men tloned tho legacy, but ho had asked Kuthlccn to go to n bull with him to como off n week Inter. Then Nora told her friend thnt Inasmuch ns she had helped her to find out that tho man sho had thought of marrying could bo so easily turned away from her sho would keep her promlso to glvo her something pretty. When sho received her for tune sho presented her friend with n set of furs. Nora married Mlko O'Connor, nnd under her tutclngo In careful expendi ture of moneys ho became prosperous. Kathleen wns dropped by Doolan, who was besldo himself with chagrin when ho lenrned how ho had been tricked. IIo never forgnvo Norn O'Rourko for having fooled him, but what sho had dono made her renlly more desirable. THE TALE OF A BOBCAT By M. QUAD Copyright, 191(5, by the McCiure Ncwflpaper Syndicate "Friends and naybuui'S," began old .Toe (jrlmni as he took a seat on -a cracker barrel at the crossroads store, "you all know that up to live y'ars ago I lived over in Joe Davis county. I had u squat over thai' by the big Utile (Sum Kwainp. Thar was forty acres of land in the squat, and It was mighty pore laud. It was nil I could do to raise null' co'n and Inters fur me and the olo woman. If It hadn't been that the llltio Cum was full of varmints that I could trap in the winter and sell their furs I reckon we should have starved out. 'One winter, for some reason oi other, most of the varmints left the swamp, and It was mighty poor trnp- pin'. I got Just enough fur to keep us goln'. and as a consequence when spring and suuiuier cum along we wus powerful hard up and like to go hun gry In another month. "One night ni'lor the olo woman had given me three or four hints about laziness we went to bed feelln' that Providence was to blame for It nil. Along about midnight she nodged me awake and said; " 'Joe, I have gut n bright Iden. It's fur you to go In the swamp tomorrcr nnd set a deadfall to catch u bobcat. If you kin ketch a big bobcat inebbc you kin sell him at Mud Flats or the Rend to some one fur a pet. He orter bring ut least if5.' "It was worth thlnkln' about," said Joe, "and next day I reckoned It might pay to try it. I went out and set n deadfall, nnd while I wns doln' It u bouncln' big bobcat run up a tree clus besldo mo nnd gin n screech that rlz my ha'r up. "That night about 12 o'clock we wns awoke by the dumdest screamln' and scrcechln' that a man ever heard of. It come from a bobcat who had med died with that deadfall. "We got her caged, and next mawn- in' I set out for the town of Mud Flats. I went thai- kaso thnr was two or three rich men In the place who might buy the cat and kaso thnr was to bo lecshun thnr thnt day. "Eight miles below Mud Flats was Walnut Rend, n town of about 1,500 people, without nny mud in front of It. 'Pill Tlmwliru t'riiitw1 41m nnnttli snt moved over thnr, nnd after a lot of linrd feelln's nbout it it was agreed to hold a lecshun. It was to be held in Mud Flats, and that Is what bruug nbout 250 Headers over thur tho day I drove In with the cat. I hadn't drlv Inter tho town ylt when I met old Jim Darby in tho road. After ho had nod ded to me and took a look nt tho cage he says: " 'What ye got thnr, Joe?' " 'A big bobcat,' I says. "'What ye goln' to do with him?' " 'Sell him If I kin.' "Ole Jim steps nroun' to the bnck of tlio wagon and peeks in and tho cat gives n scream nnd spits In his face. Willi that, old Jim backs up nnd walks tho road a few feet When ho cams back to me ho says: " 'Joe, these Mud Flatters are n tricky lot. They hnvo formed in lino In front of tho polls and aro goln' to vote so slow that us Benders won't stnnd no show to git tho county seat 1 wonders' '"What yo wd'ndcrln' nbout. Jim?' .snys I. " 'I think wo might mnko use o' thnt cat L think so. If ho was turned looso down by the votin' placo what would ho do?' " 'Why, he would blto and dnw un til you could Binell sulphur. " 'I reckon he would. Jon. wimt i wnnt of film Is to drlvo these Flntters nway from the poles and gin my men n clinnco to hold tlio land. If you think ho kin do this there is $10 In it air you." " 'I want jest four times that, Jim says I, seeln' my advantage. "Jim stickB fur awhile, strokln' his red chin whiskers, and he llnally cums to my terms. Flo tells mo what to do as ho passes up the money and starts back to tho town and gives his men tho wink, and they all draws off to an old barn farther down tho street Then 1 drives In und stand up In my wagon and shouts out thnt I hnvo u big bob cat for sale. The street was full of men, but no ono minds me. I shouts out that I will take $," fur tho vnr- mint. Then I lowers tho price to $1 nnd $11 nnd $2. and nrter nbout ten minutes of this hollerln' I gits the slg mil from Jim, and I pretends to git mighty mad, and I yells out: " 'If nobody will buy this bob of mo then lnni goln' to turn him looso and let him find his way back to his lovln home in llluo Gum!" "What 1 did took tho crowd by sur prise. I turned to tho cago and tore off n couple of shits, nnd tlio cut cum out llko n bullet. IIo clawed my cap on' as ho cum and then bit tho olo mule on his way to the ground, and n llend wns let loose In Mud Flats. "Ho broke up that votln' lino In iniriy seconds, and no tlrovo men Inter stores and shops and houses. I.nwd, but he was a fury! IIo was ns mad as six b'ars rolled Inter one. "It was when the cat started fur homo that Old Jim appeared with his men and formed a solid lino befo' the polls. They kept that lino nil dny In splto of many fonts, and when the closln' hour camo they had tho county sent by 1150 majority. And when I got homo nnd showed the olo woman the money and told her wo could llvo n llfo of luxury fur tho. rest of our Uvea Bho Jest up nnd fainted nwny," H. P. SHUMWAY Republican Candidate lor Lieutenant Governor Farming Wakefield, Nebr. 34 yrs. Stnto Senntor, serving third term. Author of tho Shumwny Law Stato aid to schools teaching agriculture, manual training nnd domestic science. PLATFORM. State wldo prohibition. Grenter vocational education. Conservation of state resources. Munlclpnl ownership. Strict economy In expendlturo of etnto's money. Upon this platform and his public record, he asks your support GEORGE J. HUNT A Lawyer of Wide Experience For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Twenty-five years in Omaha, ten years In Bridgeport, western Nebraska, has made George J. Hunt a most de sirable candidate for the State Su preme Court. Those who know him call him "A young man with a ripe legal experi ence." J. li. JlEDFIELl). PHYSICIAN & SUBGEOtf Successor to HYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL Drs. Redfleld & Redfleld Offlco Phono C42 Rea. Phono 676 JO JIN S. SIMMS, M. D riiyhlcln.il nnd Surgeon Office B. & L. Building. Second Floor Phone, Olllce. 83: Residence 38. DR. J. S. TWINEM, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention Given to Gynecologj Obstetrics and Children's Diseases. Office McDonald State Bank Building, corner sixtn ana Dowoy Streets. Phones, OUlco 183, Resldenco 283 MINNESOTA MUTUAL LIE 12 INSURANCE CO. Founded 1880. It's tho household word In Western Nchra8kn. It's Old Line, tho boat mon ey can buy. It's whnt you need, for n snvlngs bank nnd Insurance that ln sures. They all buy It. "Thero is n Ilcnsoii" For furthor Information Phone, call or address .1. E. SEHASTIAN, Gon'l Agent The Old Line Jinn NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA Hospital Phone Black 633. Houso Phono Black 633. y. T. l'JUTCIIAKl), Graduate Velorlnnrlun Eight years a Government Veterinar ian. Hospital 218-south Locust St., ono-half block southwest of the Court ilousii. Notice. Frank Fredorlcku will tnko notice- that on tlio 17th dny of March 191C P. H. Sulllvnn, a Justice of tho Pence of North Plntto Precinct No. 1. Lincoln county, NobrnBkn, Issued an order of Attnchmont for tho sum of $31.50, In an action now pending before him whorotn Edward Burko Is plaintiff and Frank Fredericks defendant, that proporty consisting of monoy, as wages duo, in tho hands of tho Union Pncillc Railroad Co. a corporation, lias ueon attached under bnld order. Snld cnuso iwns continued to th 6th dny of May, 1916, at ton o'clock a. in, Nortli Plntto, Nob., March 25, 1916 EDWARD BURKE, 21-3 Plaintiff. VUtil'I'iVM, AXXOt NCBMnNTS I 'or ("mints- roiiiiiilmiliinrr I respectfully announce myself as n candidate for the republican nurrmin. tlon for County CommlBBloner for the i mrn i.ommiHfiioner uintrlct subject 'u, me ueuiniun oi mo voters nt thn primary ' election April 18th. My homo in in neiiprH I'recinci. JOHN W. EOWLEft. Clerk if Dxtrli't Court I hereby announce myself ns a can innate for the rcplbllcan nomination iur uicrn in mo district court, nub jeot to the will of the voters at tho primary election. vour support will uo npprociuieu. GEO. E. PltOSSRIJ. l'r Count j- Attorney I respectfully nnnounen invsnir nu , candidate for the republican iiummn lion ror county Attornoy subject to the nprovnl of the voters nt tin. tn-u I II. IIAIiLIQAN. For County ComnilKnloiier i reHitecu ui v iiiiiiouncn mvumr nu n canuiuato ror tne republican nomina tion for County Commissioner for tho mini uistrici at tho Anrll I'riinm-v ana support triven will bo appre ciated. I have been 11 resident or the county for twenty-nine years and my iiwnnj is nuuiiiwuHi oi iicrsuey. H. J. KOCH. For Itelirenentntlve. I hereby announce mviinlf ns n nnn dldate for tho republican nomination for state representat ve rrom trie Miv ly-eiKiiui uistrict (Lincoln County) at tne primary election April lstn. SCOTT IUSY.N'OIiDS. For SlierllT I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for the republican nomina tion for .Sheriff and solicit tho support or tao voters at mo primary election to be held April 18th. I Hnvo been a res dent of the county for fifteen years, am a farmer nnd llvo In Hinmnn precinct. thus. siccu.NiNjsiu For Sheriff T hereby announce myself as a can didate for the nomination for Sheriff ot Lincoln county subject to tho will oi the republican voters at the primary election April 18. Sly home Is In Maxwell precinct. 13 I'j.'. J'j. liAi 1U.1i For County Attornej- To the voters of Lincoln County. Ne braska. I. John Grant hereby announce myself a candidate for the democrattr nomination for county attorney sub ject to the decision of the voters at the primary election. April lstn. nnd most respectfully solicit your support. JUli.N UKAKT. l"or County Commissioner. I respectfully announce myself ns a candidate ror the republican nomina tion for County Commlsloner from the Third Commissioner District, subject to the action of the voters nt tho Anrll primary. S. J. FILUEUT, welleet, Noli. I'or County CoiiiiiiInhIoiut 1 hereby announce myself as n can didate for tho democratic nomination for county commissioner for the Mrst Commissioner District subject to the will of the voters at the primary election April 18th. I have been a resident of the district over forty-foui years. First time In politics, need tho office and respectfully ask your sup port. Residence in lllnmnn precinct. J. W. IUUCKJ I'.OWIjA.MJ For County ComnilHNloner I respectfully announce myself as a iindldnte for tho republican nomina tion for County Commissioner from tho Third District subject to tho (lectslon of tho voters nt the primary election. have lived In Lincoln county for 20 ears ami my homo Is Sutherland. A S. COATES. For County Attorney I hereby present my name as a can- Idate for tho democratic nomination for County Attorney at the primary lection. I'lense Investigate my record ns present county nttorney nnd If you ueem mo wormy or ro-eiection i would thank you for your support. UltiU. tN. U1UIS3. I'or County Clerk I hereby announce myself a candi date for the republican nomination fo- County Clerk subject to the action ot me voters or mat party at mo April primary. Your support will bo nppre lated. A. H. IIOAGT,AND. I'or County Clerk I hereby announce mysolf a candi date for county clerk of Lincoln ount subject to tlio wishes or tliu democratic electors at tho primaries April is. was uorn in tins county mirty clht years nuo taught school three, years, later homesteadlnff In Cotton wood precinct where I now reside. ItUVAI S, iUKIUBHUV. For County CoiiinilSHloner I hereby announce myself as a can dldatu for the republican nomination for County Commissioner from th First District nt the April primary election and solicit the support of thb voters. 1 have been a resident of lAn coin county for thirty yenrs. I. U SIIuTONUEUG En. For County TrenNurer. I horoby announce myself as a cm dldalo for tho republican nomination for County Treasurer, in tho primary election April lstn. uaKc inquiry nbout me nnd if you think I am qualified and otherwise all right ynui Hiinnort win oe annrecinieo. I' ormor residence ueer ureeic i-rerincc S. JI. SOUDEIl, Asst. Co. Treas, For County Clerk I respectfully announce that 1 am : candidate for tho republican nomlnn tlon for county clerk at primary oiee tlon in Anrll and will appreciate tin. support of tho members of that party, r it w.n.Ti. nu North 1'latte Not, For Sheriff I respectfully present my namo as a ennau ato tor t ie repunueun nora lnation for Sheriff at 'iitf primary oiots t on. Aiy nome is in sumerianu pro clnct, and 1 have been a resident ot th county since laait. support uivon m will bo appreciated. FHANK CUK.U11. I 'or County Clerk I horoby announce myself as camli date for the republican nomination as County Clerk or Lincoln county, sun Joct to the decision of the voters nt primary election adi-ii im xour nup port will bo appreciated, (Formerly of "Walker rrecinct.) For SlierllV I respectfully announce myself as candidate for the republican iiomma tlon for Sheriff of Lincoln County sun lect however to tlio decision or m voters ui mo primary oiecuon April istli, your suport will be lUBnty ap preciated. n T. STEGEMAN?, North Platte. Neb, I'or County CnimiilNlunrr I ri'spectfully announce myself n candidate for the republican noml nation for County Commissioner rrom me 'mini district subject to the ac tion of tho voters at the primary ole.-- lion. u. 15. MAKTIN, (Six miles NorthweBt of Hersheyj I'or Sheriff I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for the republican nomina tion for Sheriff, subject to tho will of ine voters at ine tintnnrv Pinntum. April ism. A. J. SALlSHUUV, For Comity ConiiiilMNlonrr T herohv nnnouneo mvself nn n rnn. dldate for tho democratic nnnilnntlnn ior county ocmmmissioner ror tho First District, subject to tho decision of thft voters nt the primary election April mill. f. w. ItUll.MirNUMAUSli.N'. For Coiuitv Cum nlMMlftMt.r' T respectfullv nnnnunrn mv..1f n uiiiiuiuiiiu iur coutny commisslonch from the First District subject to tho action of the democratic voters at tho primary election. J C. WILSON. For (,'ounlv .TihIl'o. I hereby announce thnt. I linvn nipd my pennon ns required under the non-pnrtisan Judiciary act for the pur pose of becoming a candidate nt tho Anrll. 1916. nrlmnrv for thn nffl en nf county juoge. GEO. E. FRENCH. For Sheriff. T rnannntftt11r nnnnnnn 1 n n - t. ....... j ..in,iutv.u iilJDUil a lltllflfltn fnp ilia ilnniAntntln .. I . . cn tlon for sheriff. I have been a resident Tin 1 A.. il l... . . i i..im;uiH uuumy iur imriy-six years. Olir Rlinnnrf fit tlio nrlmnrv nlantlnn i- - - v .... ' . j viv'tlUII wll be appreciated. , W. D. WALDO. Announcement In nnounclng my candidacy for tho republican nomination of county treas urer, I desire to say thnt I have been i resident of Lincoln county, and a tax payer thereof, for neirly n quar ter of n century. I have always been a renublicnn and bollevo I have mnde good when placed in positions requiring ability and trust. I promise the party, it nominated. to make an energetic camnnlgn. not only for myself, but for the entire success of the cpunty, state and na tional candidates, nnd most resnect- fully ask your support at the primary election April 18, 1916. E. S. DAVIS For Sheriff. I respectfully nnnounce that I am a candldnte for the democratic nom ination for sheriff at the April pri mary. I have been n resident of Lin coln county for fourteen years, and oonove l have tlie ability to satis factorily fill the office. Your sunnort will be appreciated. CYRUS RUSSELL. JUDGE ALBERT J. CORNISH Candidate for Judge of the Su- preme Court. Is now servina his twentv.flrst vear ns judge of the district court of Lan caster county, and has one of the best records In the state for decisions af firmed by the Supreme Court. Reputed to have a profound knowl edge of the law. absolutely Imoartlal and human In his Judgments. Mature, out vigorous and active. His neighbors have five times want, ed him to be their Judge. HEPFBLTCANS! Your Vote Next Tuesday for JOHN I, KENNEDY FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR Will Help Elect the Republican Tlcktt This Fall. Geo. B. Dent, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention given to Surgery and Obstetrics. Office: Building and Loan Building Phnno. (Office.130 Ihonei Residenc, 115 ' JoMtatte Bought nnd highest market prices paid PHONES Residence Ketl 630 Oillco 459 C. H. WALTERS. ('linttcl Mortgage Snle. Notice Is herohv irlvnn Hint hv vlrtim of a chattel mortgage dated on the 6th dny of July, 1915, nnd duly filed In the office of the county clerk of Lin coln County, Nebraska on the 25th dnv March, 191G, at 10:45 a. ni and exe cuted hv H. Srnnnnvnr in Willi Hendy nnd Ed N. Ogier, doing business uuuor me nrm niiiiic nnd style of Hen-dy-Oglor Auto Company,' to secure the pnyment Of tho sum nf FMvn TTnnilrnd I- Ifty dollnrs, ($550.00) and upon which there Is now due principal, Interest and expense the mim nf snn.17?. do. fault having been mnde of tho payment ui sum sum, ana no suit or other pro ceeding at law liavinir h to recover said tlcht - I'M!. of, the undersigned, Hondy-Ogier Auto vuuipuuy win sen uie property there in described, viz: f no m nrwiim o,,tn mobile, enr No. 594, engine No. 50809, (now in their nnssesslnni nf thn age of the snld Hendy-Ogier Auto Com nnny nt nublin nuetinn in hi.. , North Platte, Lincoln county, Nobras- nu, uii mo sain any or April, 191C, at ono o'clock p. m. of said day. unieu uus Z7U1 day of March, 19lJ. William J. Hendv nnd PV1 v nt.. doing business under the firm name and style of Hendy-Ogier Auto Com pany. By Muldoon & Oberst. Their attorneys'. Notice For rtibllcadoii. Serial No. 05G51. Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at North Pltte, Neb. , March 11; 191G. Notice is hereby given that Joseph M. Carson, of North Platte, Neb., who on Apr. 7, 1913, made homestead entry. No. 05G51, Cor N& of NEi, and E of NWi, Section 2, Township 12," N. Range 32, W., 6th Prln. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, at North Platte, Neb., on the 4th day of May, 191G. Claimant names as witnesses: S. W. Edmlsten, Andrew Hahn, C. G. Fred rich, L. L. Greeno, all of North Platte, Neb. J. E. EVANS, ml4-a21 Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Scrlnl No. 05G10 Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office atNorth Platte, Nebraska, Feb. 2b, 191(1. Notice is hereby given that James D. Cole, of North Plattd, Nebr., who on Apr. 2, 1913, made Homestead en try, No. 05G4G, for NE14, and NEV5 oE SEJ, Section 34. TowiiRhln in v Range 31, W., Gth Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final thrco year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore the Reclster nnd Ttenolvor nf North Platte, Nebr., 011 the 24th diy 01 April laiu. Clalment names as witnossoRr T-r 1? Johnson. Gftoriro A. Mnrrvmlinr Wm & Gaunt, James Bechan, all of Nortli i-iuiie, iNeor. J. E. EVANS, Register. 11 tlie District Court ' of Lincoln County, Nebraska. Fred Sawyer, Plaintiff, vs. Edward Martin. Mrs. Edwnnl MnrHi et al, Defendants. NOTICE The defendants. Edward Martin. l!r. Edward Martin, his wife; Wilson Mar tin, Mrs. Wilson Martin, his wife; Frank Martin. Mrs. Frnnlf Mnrtin lit 1 wife; Margaret Crano, Mr: Crane, her nusoanu; uiancne Owens; EIslo Mar tin. John Doe. her hllRhnnil? fflnronnu Martin, Thomas Doe, her husband; Maude L. Martin, Richard Doe, her nusoanu; Alice c. Hnley, Mr. Haley, her husband; Minnie J. Dillman, Mr. Dlllman, her husband; Charles Palmer, xurs. unaries Palmer, his wife; will take notice that upon the 11th day of March, A. D. 191G, plaintiff herein fll- uu nis petition in tlio district court of Lincoln countv. Nob sir said defendants and each of them, the object and prayer of said petition be ing to have the title to Lots 2 and 8 in uiocK 53 or the Original Town of Nortli Platte, Nebraska, quieted in Said Dlaintiff: That. nlnlntlfT nrnvs in have the tltlo therein quieted In him aim ior sucn otner and further relief In tho premises as may bo deemed proper by tho Court. You and each of you are required to answer said peti tion on or before Monday the first day of May, 191G. FRED SAWVER, Plalntiif, By A. MULDOON, His Attornev .Votlcp. I' rnn k FrederickH will tano noticr that 011 the Sth day of Al iiioi ,nw' V H Sullivan a Justice of the 'once oi North Plntto Precinct No 1, iJnooln a? 'nnV' Nt;l'raka iHucd an Or. "r ot Attachment . for the sum of $17.87. In m, T T?n,,nnnn5bt'roro """ " 1 1 ramp & Sonn aro niutntifi' and Frank Fredericks defendant th'it Property coiiBlstlnK of money, as waws 'Ul, defendant from tho Union Paclne Hall Hon.l comnany, a ior,,"r" dr C" ftttnchei1 U1"'er said o Said catiHo wns continued to tho 7th day of Apr 1, 11)16, 10 o'clock n "r, Dated this lGth dny of March I'M m n.21-n7 li T. TIUJIP & SON,1"' By E. T. Trnnin. Plnintiff. xoTic'H roil iiriiM(xvTiov neimrtinrnt f the Interior U. S. Land Office at Nortli iMatVe. Nod. Notice Is hereby Klven Umt cf,.?'1; NoTiflfn' i?,0n,:,th,1'latt" n2S:. who oi feJ'forLo rtrS1 jS"' he.ea6'nSceCto,f MnTo nnnl nvo year proof to establish c a in to tho land above described before Vi e Itoplstor nnd Hocelver, at North Platt Neb., on the Cth day of Mayf 1916 ' Cla innnt names as witnesses: David N. Callonder, Ottoo Mesner. Wm Oaunt Hoy daunt, all of North Plane, tnn J. E. EVANS, Kesrlster.