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U1A L. BAKE, Editor and rubUiher.
SUBSCRIPTION IIATES: One Vcar by 31 nil In Adrnnco. ...91.25 One If car by Carrier In Aurnnre. .1J"0 'W'iHM r- i r n II I ill i - u Entered at North PUtto, Ncbranka, Postodlce tin Second C)ah9 Matter. TUESDAY MA V H, 11)17. Nliortgi- of 1,1 vr .Slock A limning Al a meeting of Htock Flowers, coir mission iiiph utid representatives of th .NVbrankn agricultural college liold In Unmlm Friday, methods of Incr.'iM. Inn the production of live Htock was dlsuusMd. At this meeting It developed that liter lire six million less breeding Wilt I Til the United Htatfp IIihii there wore 11 f teen years ago. While the re ceipts of UHttlo nt the hovoii principal markets show on Increase or 330,000 over Inst year, thin Inrroaso Ih largo ly due to the marketing of Immature Oftttle. IUrlrtg the flrtt four months of this vaar the niinihiir of Iioith tiiiirkfiteil waH 910,000 Iuhm thnn for the same period Inst year. The prepectrt ar mat ior me next rotir montlis tno snip inimts Of hogs will ho light. with feeders nil over the country practically gone, brood nuinmla wold, imy ami grain hi n promimivo nguro and slight liroRtierta of nnv relief. Hip conference decided drastic notion was necessary. A committee of five appointed to fornnilnte n plan drew up resolutions mai li was mo hhiihi) or tlie con rer un c that the Immediate emiHnrvnt Inn and Increase of live Htock on the farms could bent ho brought about by Obser ving mo louowiiig ruieH: 1. Jlreeillng howh for fall llttorM. 8. Prevention of slaughter of desir able broodlntr'stoek. 3. Increasing the l!ockn of breeding Owen koii on iiirniH. In. ylow of oxltlng conditions It Ih prolMlble that cattle, hogs and sheep will niatorlally ndvniico In prlco during the Hummer. -::o:: "W'lirn We I'ul no Irlnli Knlxer In I he I'iiIiici' Over Tlirrr." One of our very Rood friends In North Platte who whh born In Ireland, and came to thin country a dozen or go years ngo hands us the following for publication. Whether the offiiHlon Ih at IiIh own making, we know not hut ii ih worm puinisning: Whan the war ls ovor Inddlo, Just tako a tip from tno, Thero'll he no Herman HUhmarlnoH a diving through tho hob, Por tho fathorland of KalHer Hill, tho ,. Hy wo'ru going to lick, will Imvo a brand now Knlsor. nnd tho , .same will ho a Mick. VWU chnng" the song. "Die Wacht , Kin Ithoin" Into an Irish reel, And inako tho Gorman dnnoe It, If ho Inclined wo feel. For the police force In llorlln will ho Mlokri from County Claire, When wo put an IrlHh Kaiser In tho palace over there. Hiiro, In every Oornuui parkwny you will find a sweet Colleen, And tho llelda of waving sourkraut wo will plant with Hhamrock Kreen: No llverwurst or sourkraut. when tho Oennan drinks hlH nudH, Ho wll wet corned hcof nnd cnblmge and good old IrlHh spuds; Tho heathen Buns and gas-bombs, we'll throw thorn all nway. And mnke them une ahillalahs or brlcka of Irish clay; They'll wenr no Iron crosses, hutc 'tin imi Shamrocks thoy will wear, When wo put nn IrlHh KalHer In tho palnoo over thore. - Q . , . LOCAL ANT) PERSONAL airs. Italph Chamhorlaln and hop loft Krlday evening for Huthorland to Hpond a fsw days. Mrs. Chnrlea Wolr, of Grand iHland, y.h,. ,YV tno ut",t of airH- Andy Llddoll for a wook haa roturnod homo. Mrs, Robnrt Quelle and daughter of pflhkOBh, Hpent a few dnyH hero tho latter part of laat week with frlendH. Mr. Uoyd ThomnH of Alllnnce, who Bnent a week with hor nunt Mra. J. 0. iieolor, left for homo Krlday ovon Inn. fAllert W. Covoy and Oornldlno II. lull, of CurtlH, were marrlod In thin ty iTldny afternoon by County JuiIkc - ronoh. - Mian JaU llakor who had boon tak ing tratament for her throat In tho Manual Hoiipltal In Omaha roturned AJra. AValter Crawford, of Casper, Wyo., formerly MIhh I'onrl MoVloker, vlalted hero tho lattor part of Inst weak while anroute to LoxliiKton. The Cwthollc youiiK peoplo hold a ooll dnnoo In tho basement of the t. Patricks Mchool Krlday which was very enjoyable to all who uttemlod. Sunday, May I3t.li has boon choson for llothars' Uny. Itod carnations uro to bo worn In honor of tho IIvIiik mothors i"wayW ' tnOH0 w,, lmvo I'ftBsod 0. P. AsslBtant Hupt Victor Andor oii has boon transform! to Kansas City nnd w-lll leavo In tho near future. A, W. MopulTy of Qmaha uaino hero last wook to tako tho position formorly held by Mr, Anderson. C. 1). Ilordloka formerly of KansaH City will tako ohar(j 'In Omaha. ::o: Wm. llnrcourt tnuiBnctotl biiBlnosa in unmliu yostorday. 3 , SUCCESS " Tlic innit who Hiics IiIh money Is luuidt'd tonnrd Succesn. Tliero Is no trucss work nbont It. Hut ho must Kino regularly nnd systematically, Kv ery depoHlt to your Kiulnijrs account COUNTS, nnd brings you nearer to your Konl, until, nnnlly, ono day you reach It. Others have, why don' you! Platte Valley North Platte, ('oiiiiiilsnlniiprN' I'riirrrilliiKM. April 30, 1017. JSoftrd of county commissioners met pursuant to ndjounimont, present ftprlnger, IlermliiKiiniiRen, Koch and county clerk. Ilond of .Milton Itaney, road overseer district 'H. approved. The following claims wore Allowed: N. C. llowen, auto for commlHloners $10.00. Uavlil Huatand. draKKtniv roads, Dlat. 16, 116.00 David liustand, rond work. Dlst. 1C, $25.00. Sundry persons, road work, Dlst. 33, H0H.7R. Htate of Nebraska, Insane account. $H24.'J3. ' Hiindry persons, road work Dlst, 2, 162.00. W. Cockle, road work Dlat. 19, $10.00. Ii. M MoRensen. road work Dlst. 19, $32.80. Resignation of ,. M. MoKensen, road overseer District 19, Is hereby ac cepted. Karl lCahelmRli. drtiKKliiK roads, IIS. 00. John Dlscoc, rond work Dint. 2, $10.00 J. H. Kltner. nrlilKe work, $192.00. Ii. Cecil, bridge work, $10. SO. C. .. Orant, road work Dlst 2, $80.00. .tease Long, road work Dlst. 31, $13.60 John Holt, hrldtre work. J3.7!. A. 11. HoaKland. Krador work. $197.60 nrati t iioodinuni. insurance pre mium, zz.uti. 1'. M. Conelaml. Wltnesa fens. $1.30. Jesse Campbell, road work, Dlst. 29, .in. nn. IC. II. Springer, services and mlleitKO si.is. or,. h W. HerininKhausen, services and mlleane, $111.96. H. J. Koch, Hervlces nnd mileage, 1.1 II. mi. A. H. Allen, office exponsea. $01.85. A. S. Allen. Halary for April, $137.60 Anna Andorson, care of Emma And erson, $30.00. Kay Hldor, salary for April, $60.00. Alleen unntt, office expeiiaes, $17.73 Alleen Oantt. vlaltlnir schools. $60.00 Alleen Oantt, salary for April, $133.33 I,. A. Oamhrol, Janitor, $32.60. A. J. Halishury, salary for April, $146.S0. Ilessle .Salisbury, work on assessor's 1)00X8, 111. fill. Mrs. Hattle Wilson, care of Mra. Oray, $20.00. Jos. M. Wilson, sorvlcos. $76.00. Hov AVIIson, salary deputy shorlff, Kssle WossburK, snlary, $50.00. A. 11. HoaKland, cash ltomn, $7.46. A. fi. Hoagland, auto hlro, $10.00. A. II. HoKglaiul, dynamltinx ice, 20.00. 8. M. Soudor, office expanses, $42.39. J. T. Koofo, attorney feo ntnte vs. Itohorts, $260.00. The county dork Is hernbv InRtriint- od to lowor lot 9, l'oale's sub-division ri'OUl 1340 to $240. J. ,T. Kcofe. expenses to Lincoln, $32.76, Grace Smith houso rent for poor, $6.00. Kmma Pulvor, caro of poor from June 30 to Hopt. 3V. 1910, $318.75, ills allowed for $71 36. Adjourned until May 7, 1917. A. S. A Mi 12 N, County Clerk. crrr and county news. Mrs. John Hakor loft a fow days ano for her homoHtead near Melrose. Mrs. Oeorge Frator. who has been 111 for a week Is much Improved. Miss Nell .Strtnsbury visited Haturdny and Sunday with rolntlvoB In Kearney. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leltoy I.nrHon, of .Sid ney, spent the week end with friends lioro. Mrs. Klla Mao I.anyou returned Sat urday mornlnif from a visit In oastorn points. Mr, nnd Mrs. J. II. HUickhouso, of Wallace, spout tho week end with local friends. Mrs. W. V. HoaKland spent Snturday In Sldnoy nnd othor wostorn towns In this Htato. Miss lloss Francis, of Wood Hlvor, wns entortnlned last week by Miss llazpl Smith. Dr. V. I.ucns was called to Horshoy and Huthorland Saturday on profes sional huslnosa, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Well roturned 1-rlday evening from a visit In Omaha and, , Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Johnston and children loft tho lntter part of last week for Omaha. Mra. Asnea Hoyer spent last week In Gothenburg In the Intercuts of tho Lady Maconbeo lodge. Attorney Jamoo Koofo trnusnctod business In Omaha and Lincoln the lat. ter part of last wook. John Lincoln who la attondliiK tho Kearney Normal came Friday ovuiiIhk to visit tho homo folks. Mr. juid Mrs. ICmll Well who wero married In Choyonno last wook are ex pected to return today. Miss Pansy Dnvls has accepted n position as monographer In tho oltlco of HoaKland & HoiikIuikI. Lawronco Carpontor, of Lincoln, for morly of this city, camo Krlday oven tni?tb -visit local friends. H. H. llobblns nnd N. H. I'urbauKh, of Wallace, transacted IiuIhuobh hero tho lattor part of last wook. MIksAiIii Toolo roturned Sunday ov onlnw from Kearney whore sho visited relatives for several days. Miss Merle ThoruhurK who has boon 111 In Shelton for a week pnut la expect ed to return homo this week. James Murrny of Kvanston, camo Saturday morning to visit his fnthor D. T. Murray for sovoral dayB, C. W. Thomas, of DIokoiiR, camo horo tho latter part of last wook to tnko treatment In the Twiuoin hospital. State Bank , Nebraska. if LAST AM. IS Oi;T KOIl (IKKIUKHS ItHSKllVi: A, last onll for men who wish to serve ' mir puuniry y preimrinir themselves ?s omcers nas been inaued by Colone FdatMid as follows: i ApplJeKtlon hlsnks and full Instruc tlOllo 111 BV llfl nlltnlnad frnm antr Ha 'ular army officer on duty In tho Cen- irai ueimriment, at tne Military Traln i Inr Division. Itoom 600. Fmlnrni timii.i. ' I'.'fft. Clilcayco, and at my office of the ; Military Tralnlnu; Camps Association which iihs orancn omces in all or tho large cities. IMie Central Department comprises ino niHiB ii wiiio, iiuiianH, IvelltucKy Illinois. Michigan. Wisconsin. Mimif ispta, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, .-.in in huh .-Mm wi uanou aim coiorauo. Hy the "First Ten Thousand" Is meant the 10. 000 officers rnnuirail In I command the first half million troops trailed to the colors. A memorandum or tne war uepamnent in port reads as luimws: "The First Ten Thousand" should he the heat that the cnuntrv lm. In nlsnnliiK our military forces wn immt sssuine that the war Is by no means nrawiiiK io a ciose anil tnat the coun try must expand Its military forces as rapidly and effectively ns tho resources oi me country permit, tub sixteen in fantry dlvislolia and two cavalrv di visions aarKreKate approximately a half million men. Tho officers of this force must receive mihstantlat promotions to meet tno demands or forces to raised inter. It is conceivable tbat manv men who are appointed In the'The Firit Ten Thousand must bo promoted one Krade with each successive addition to our military forces. For this ronson the war Department Hopes tho mature man win seek nppointmont In "The First Ten Thousand.' "Other similar camps must follow this first camp. Youiw men must be ad mitted to the first camp hut not to the exclusion or .Mature men. In the second and followliiK campn youiifjor men will predominate. 'Tho minimum aire of those who at tend Ih twenty years and nine months. The maximum n;e Is forty-four years." Thoso who have already passed the preliminary examinations must await their postal card notices bofore pre senting; themselves at the enmp. , :.o:: GltlnK Any n Ford Tho Journal publications. Tho Ne braska State Journal, Lincoln Kally News and Nebraska Kuraliat (wml. monthly rural magazine) are arivlnar nway another Ford tourliiK oar this time to the nirent turning In the most subscription business between May 1 and June 30. Anyone is ollKible to he come an iiKotit and a commission la paid on nil subscriptions turned In. Ah nn additional Incentive n prize of $25 cash Is offered the agent turnlnir In tho most business In tho contest he fore May 13. DIt. JOHN S. TWINEM Special Attention to Surgery, Gynecology nnd Obstetrics. NOKTII PLATTE, NEB. Nurse Drown Memorial Hospital. Office phone 241. Hob. phone 17 L. C . DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North PJatte, Nebraska. McDonald linnk Building. Phono 308 ALBERT A. LANE, Dentist Rooms 1 and 2 Bclton Building North Platte, Nebraska. ,1. B. JlEI) FIELD. PHYSICIAN & SDltGEON Succossor to PHYSICIAN &SUIKJ EONS HOSPITAL Drs. Rodlleld & Redtleld Offloo Phone G42 Res. Phone C76 Geo. B. Dent, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention given to Surgery and Obstetrics. Office: Buildifig nnd Loan Building Phone. IMA3?. i Offlco Phono 70 Res. Red C87 DIl. LATIIAN Sulpho Vapor Baths WITH REGULAR TREATMENTS Bolton Building DOCTOR I). T. QUIOLEX. .. Practlco Limited to Surfjory and Kndlum Therapy 28 City National Hank Building. Omaha, Nebraska, DR. HAROLD A. FENNER Osteopath. C Roynold Building Offlco hours 9 a. ru. to 5 p. m. 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. Phonos Offlco 333 Ros Black 513 DERRYBERRY & FORBES, Licensed Embnlmcrs Undertakers and Fnneral Directors Day Phone 234. Night Phono Black 688. OPIIM Bought and highest market prlcei paid PHONES Residence Red G3G Office 459 C. H. WALTERS. Xotlt'ti nt lVimmi. Kstato No. 147S of JoBoph M. "Wilson, iiul'uudcu. In tho County Court of Lincoln Coun ty, Nebraska. Tho State of Nebraska: To all ner sous Interested in said Batata tako notice that u petition has boen nied mr uie pruoaio ot an instruinent pur porting to bo tho lnBt will and testa ineiit or Joseph M. Wilson, dqcoased nnd for the appointment of llattle Wil son, an oxooutrlx of Hald will. . which nn neon set for hearing on June 1, ii, ui a v uiuck u. in. Dated May 2, 1917. OliO. E. FRENCH, 8-29 County JudEfe. NORTH PLATTE ' .General Hospital.. (Incorporated) One Hah Block North ot Postofiice. Phone 58 A modern institution for the cientific treatment of medical, surgical nnd confinement cases. Completely equipped X-Ilay and diagnostic laboratories. Staff: Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D. J. B. RedfieldJI. D. J. S. Simms, H.D Malhewson & Shank FOR PLASTERING AND STUCCO Phone Red 317 or Blk 907. R. I. SJIAPPELL. , Auctioneer SUTHERLAND, NEHItASKA. Will sell nnytliiiit; flint can bo uuc- tloncd on. JIake dates nt Farm, ors' Stato Rank, or wlro nt my ex. Iono. Itoferenco, Fanners' State Rank, Sutherland, Neb. LET US INTRODUCE QUALITY TO YOV Quality In Cigara has lias been our aim slnco wo began making cigara in North- Platte over thirty years ago. We put quality in tho first cigara we mado, and that samo quality Is in the cigara we make today. Schmalzrlod's Cigars have stood tho test ot those more than thirty years. What greater ovidenco of quality could you desire? If you have not been smoking Sshmalz dled's cigars, try them they are cer tain to please. J. F. SCHMALZRIED. THE IMPORTED PERCHERON STALLION "MABOB" No. 97332 Will niako tlie season ns follows: TiiesdiiVH nml Vrldnvu nf l ir.n. onsen Feed and Snlo Darn, North Piaffe, beginning April 10th. Dnlnnco of tho week (except Sun day) at my farm six mllos west of North Plafto nnd three fourUis of a iuiio souuieast or JUrdwood switch. Nabob -vaa foaled May 24, 1913, and imnorted with bin mntlior w Mnrlli & Koblnson, of Grnnd Island, ln July, j-uxo. was Dreu ny ji. ucaproz, Depart ment of Orno, In Franco. This horse wuikiis K4u, is clean and sound In ovory particular, and Is as good as you will nnd anywhere. Wo Invito you to como and soo this hor si. Terms S15.00 tn i stand and suck. Tf of or leave country sorvlco feo bo- uumus uuo nnu payaulo at onco. Cnro will bo taken to provont ac- CldOntS. but Should nnv nnmiK olll ..J WUW... .lllWll owner will not bft responsible FRANK STROLLBERG, Owner. ltoad No. .lo.-s. To all whom it may concern: iuu nitLini uoininissioners appointed to locate a public road as follows: CominencliiK at tho half section cornor between Sections 26 and 35 n?wi'n Wnne -G tionco west one and one-half mlloB on tho section to thp section corner botweon Sections op" , 8 nna 33' township 14, range 26, has reported in fnvor of the same, and all objections thereto or claims for ilum.i..u ...... i.A .n-. . the office of tho county clerk on or uyiuro is ooipoK noon or the 2Bth day of June, 1917, or such rond will be allowed without referonoo thereto. Intfll1 nt Vnrtlt llln,.. M.I- . . i. of April, 1917: A. H. AI.I.KN, County Clerk. Ilond No. 4i)4. To nil to whom It may concern: a ne speoiat commissioner appointed to locate a public road as follows: Commencing; at tho southwost cornor ' v ............ uv, l v. 11 11 -j rnf Si. runnlnic to a point, ono hun- o.uvcn Kin j rows norm rrom til ft IlOrtfi Wf nnrnar- an 1.1 thenco runnnlnu In a northweBtorly l,itlon. t0 R I,0'nt one hundred six (106) rods oast of tho northwost cornor of bectlon 35, town 9, raiiRo 29. thence west and terminating at the Northwest cornor of Section 35. town 9, rniiKO 29. cept that the road Is to go to the south and west of tree claim and to pass around the head of canyon In the north- coi Muurmr oi neciion 3D, town 9. rnilirn !!). Hntri rnnil tr t.a Jn i.. width. w " AOUV 111 All objectlonH thereto, or claims for uanmBes must be Med In tho office of v..... VII w uuiui o 4 M i uiut'K nnnn nt Mia !Kt H dnv rt Tttn. mil such road will bo allowed with out rN 17th nnv nf Ant-tl """' l",a A. 8. ALLEN, County Clerk. 1 OLD LINE LIFE Policies ON EASY TERMS J. E. SEBASTIAN. Stato Mirr, Minn.MutuaILifeIns.Co. Phone Office Red 612 Residence Red 348 NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA Hospital Phone Ulack 033. Houso Phono Ulack 633. W. T. WUTCIIAJtD, Graduate Veterinarian Bight years a Government Veterinar ian. Hospital 218-south Locust St.. one-half block southwest of the Court flousb Scrap Iron $6 per Ton. Dry Bones SI 2 per Ton. We buy all kinds of Junk .and Hides. L. LIPSHITZ. CORNER LOCUST AND FRONT. Notice to Creditor Kstnte No. 1470 of Qoorwo Schick. rnmiHml In flic Cm -r ... -------- ... - ' ' . l J VU4 c UL I ii - coin County, Nohrnska. iuu oiaie oi iveurnsKa, bs: creditors of said estate will take notice that the time limited for presentation and fil 'nsr of claims neralnst said Estate Is Novembor 18, 1917, and for settlement Of Hlllfl l.lattiti. la At.ll 11 imo. T will sit at the county court In said county, on May IS, 1917, at 9 o'clock 'I " iiovomuer is, mil, at 9 I clock n. n.. tn rppalva v.. ... t.. n t.An - - - - . ....... . ... .... i.iiiniv;, uuiii allow, or adjust all claims and ob- ji;uLiuua uuiy men. GEO. E. mENCII, n -JllJi bounty Judee. SIIKItlFK'S SAMS Hy virtue of an order of sale Issued- from tllll rtlatflnt PniiH. np T t ... , ..v.... uiiuii u ucurua oi foreclosure rendered In said Court wherein Jospph V. Nothels is plaintiff, and Henjninln W. Pinch et al nro do fendants, nnd to mo directed, I will on tho 12th day of May. 1917, at 2 o'clock I . M., at tho east front door of the !r.t.,.Hx.l,s, ln, Nort.1! 1'latte. Lincoln County, Nebraska, sell at Public Auc tion to the hlfrhost bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree, interest nnd costs, the following described property to- Wlt! All nf t',willn., mi. i .. . . n . r . -V. .11 x iiiriueii ( 1 J I , Thirty-one (31), West of the Cth P. -uiy iMeorasKa. DatAfl Vrtrfll Tllnlln A'l. A 1 1 n . 1. . - -,.w. . ,uiiC) i,u,( II11 yi. nlOmll si, o riff . Notice to Creditors b " . t uuiBiiiu O. DIUUUIII- er, deceased. CTOllntv. n hrnuVn Tho 8tato of No'braskn, ss: Creditors i v, c?,l"iu xnKO notice that ii.Y l,,"2 ""Jiiou ior presentation nnd filing pf claims against said Estate Is NnVfltnnnr 11 1017 f --------- --'. ...... oCkllUIIlUIlL of said Estate is April 6, 191S; that I win Bit at the county court room ln said county, on May 11, 1917, at 9 .n' m: .an(1 on November 11, .. - vui.i u. in. iu roceivc, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all uujecuons amy mod. nm JJi- I' KENCII, nlO-mS Countv .TiififA VntlnA 4, 1 4 ""-- li I HUM deceased. 1 v""u,m8 cnicic. r.nV.nfV0,01"1 Court of Lincoln County, Nobrnaka. Tim MffltA nf Vnhnnfll.n I-.- 1 . of said cst.ito will tako notice that y,i '"ieu ior presentation and Illlnr nf ulnhim .. .r.. I .. . . . .. 1 .1 t . . . . , n .-......? ..HHIOI. BU1U JT.SiaiO IS Sfnfai?. EstaA0 ls A"r11 c' 191S; that I ..... oil ui uic county court room ln said county, on May 11. 1017, at 0 ?nc,!ck .a,n ,nml on November 11. examine, hear, nllow, or adjust all nl . I til. n.i.l ..1.1. .. . 1 .. ..... . . t . .... nl-'nS County Judge. T-. . . Xatlcp to CredltorM deceased. 11 nnI,,V,0C,ouny Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska. The Stato of Nebraska, ss: Creditors of said estate will take notice that " iniiiiou ior presentation and filing of claims against said Estate ls Nnvnm ior 11 1017 r. .1 , ...... iui ouLtltJllluill. ?..fii7a,,.!. E4ltaAe 18 Al,rl1 6- 1918 : tht I will sit tit the county court room ln said county, on May 11, 1917, at 9 ?nc,ck .a, '": ,nml on November 11, 1917. at 9 o'clock a. m. to receive tAiuiuiii:, near, uuira, or adjust all claimo and objections duly tiled. aI-"1a County Judge. ChaiiKc or ltoad Ho, aiO'i vn aVo VBk,Inff or a chango of Koad urj Him uuuu iuou anu reads as i o 1 1 o w y vCo.mmen5!nBr, 1 a ',omt or Station No. 29 on ltoad No. 319 In tho south east quarter of Section 35, town 10. railed 27. nmtilTif. tiw.... on east sldo of canyon and remaining fin . 1 1 1 u r ..I.T.. .... .. . . .. .. ... . . -. . J oiuu ui 1.1111)1111 larouKii isortli- OilHt nimftui. nf t!n. - ----- ...... ... uuuiiiciuii nuarier of Section 35, town 10, range SWU of Section 30, town 10, range 27, terminating nt Station No. 37 on Road No. J19VS on Section line botween Sec tion 30. town 10, rungo 27 and Section 1, town 9, raiigo 27, road to be 1 rod ln canyon nnd 3 rods on bank. All parties objecting thereto or hav ing claims for damages by reason of said change must file the same ln the office of tho county clerk on qr bofore 12 o clock noon on the 25th day of Juno, 1917, or tho same will bo granted without reforonco thereto. imieu ai worm 1'latto, Nobr., this 17th day of April. 1917. AH. allisn, county Clerk. Xutlce to Xon-IteNldeiit DefrndnnlM To TfnrrfM flfut n.i.1 . unknown, thn unii .if M.i..in uni.. .1 --, --- V f ... .1111 1 ID, UU- ceased; and Harris, llrst and roal namo unknown, tho wlfo of Har- ria tlm un.i nf C.l..ln 11.. I . . .. . non-resident defendants. You and each of you will take notice J'Jitt ,n. Vie 15th a"y of March, 1917, Llllle M. Doan. Uosa Eshoin and lllue ford Anway filed their petit inn in the UUtrfct Court of Lincoln . o .aty, Ne- u. MaiuBi j uu Hun eat ii or you (Impleaded with othors), the objuct and prayer pf which said petition Is for the partition of tho following described lnililx. In.w r- All nr o,. . i ..I. im.. ... In Township Twolve (12), North ot Itange Thirty-one (31), West ot the Cth Two (i&2) In Section Six (6) In Town shin Twnivn i9 Mni. r-.":" n'Vf tnth.rh00n(,33T), TowiifhlP ThlrteeS being located In Lincoln County, Not j.. uini. nm i-uun partition the said lands nmong tho parties on titled thereto or If the same cannot bo onuitnlilv ilnno Mini ..1.1 In the innnnor provided by law and tlie KS0, he"0' .,!?.. !'vl'Jeu. beTwee' .I.r """-"" io ineir respec tive shnrna nml rlt.l,u nM.nr u7.t o. .""" .'"r "".on ablo. J u e1u,t- You are required to answer said ne Mnyni90n.r brr0 tho 2' of Dated this 12th day of April, 1917 llLUUFOltD ANWAT nl7mll ' ""t "AMKINS, aliml1 Their Attorney Remember the Nurse Brown Memorial Homeopathic Hospital When requiring hospital care Mcdlcnlljr, Surgically, or Obstctrlcally. Hero your Intorests and comfort will bo served. It Is not th0 biggest, but ono of tho boat places wherein to cet wnlt. 100S West Fourth Street. Dr. J. S. Twinem. XOTICI3 OI' srUCIAI. KI.UCTION NTnHna la 1 1 ...... 1 . . -1 .... . i . .. . ... . election will bo held In tho city of a.u. v.. i .iiiic, iuiuuiii uouiuy, iseuras- Wrt .in Ainu tun. 1 i-t , i. . . .. ..... jam, Ut at ino places hereinafter speclllod ln the bov .rul wards-of the city, for tho purpose of enabling the voters of the city hav- llltr tllB ll'LTlll l-lirllt un In ,ln n mm,.. tno following pronosltlon. to. wit. Mliall tne mayor and council of the city of North 1'latto, Nebraska, have the power and bo authorized to issue ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) City of North Pllitf.i U.-l.l.r.. lln.,.l 1.. '.1 . , . ' ' f) A-.u,.uo 1 1 1 1.1 1. 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 - I'ft'feAi01 ,,l,u thousand dollars ($1,000.00) each dated July 1st, A. D. 1917, duo in twenty yoars from dato, lilt t tlfivnl.l.. .. ...... ai .. . ' limn uiuir ion years at tho option of said city, to .... ...u.uai. hi. mo iaio oi live per 'n.Rorittn"V"l Payable seml-annua ly, iirlnnltml mu !.,.. ... . Si t r xi1'? Htat0 treasurer of the "fi,Vh","?.,.V-..La uPnu.s. to be inoney with which to aid in tho con? Kmlif, n wagon brldgo across the nnliH1 n1 ltt.t,te rlvc,r commencing at a .?.'.','.t 0", tho 110rt" bank of the South thttt,,wcr.nWl,cT a continuation ot nvCnyteMr V.000". troot in the kt f , .uuo, jincoin county. ,eM,Jn3ka'...,,"t.!.r.3cct.8 ?ald, north barto ?, ' ? Ct'i.;, tf"??-.!- counVye8-' nlT' '"""'"h i-iiciiuu in a southerly nh.?"?ilJ.il"0H. ?0UtI Watte river SSlntnn S ..'.VJ C." i.1-"" W tO a , " imiiti oi Haiti rivor tV. NnTirnalfn WVu flnF?ln I0"."" fiflilM nn.i nf .1 eu or 'no soutn end of the present timber bridge. Said bridge to l.A , w,. Ziet?; fl'iV ("00) 'feet in i , n. v. . "unmiuiii wiutn ior two teams to pasa each other at any point Sarendynlshrbytate'r glneer of the stato of Nebraska, and one-fou'rlh ,:e'";-;sent,W approximately one-rourtn of tho entire cost of tho , 8 UCi ?n,"f.,aI'J..brldge as1 herein" i ...i;ii. r a L" oniiro cost of ,V,nich '? ,to 1,0 approximately forty I thousand flnllnro tin nnn nn. T i . rtA of such entiFo sum s to be borne by the f, aVrH f. Nrob;aska Aid as pvfded tor 11 Fnni ?uiC,'. ChaJ)t.e,r 28' Sections 123 to n? 4niCiU8l,ve' ?f tho llovlsed Statutes of Nebraska, for the year 1913 nnri one-fourth of the entire cost is to bo borne by Osgood precinct in Lincoln county, State of Nebraska, In nil?su" Ar?fni0f AtbS ITovlalns of' Chapter 8. AV,cler,4' Sections 41 to 45 incluslvp of the nevised Statutes of the State of Nebraska for the year 1913. nitv.nLsha.V. th? P,rPer ofllcors of said city be authorized to levy and collect a .tax annually In the same manner as othor municipal taxes may be levied and collected In an amount Bufiicyent 8nidnbLnJntt,erest and Principal of by law nn?.! 'i10!7. matu,re- as Provided a?o nWf,l nn 1 nnlltlJ)onls aml Interest sifd SP arsh'ol!-,Alj,riIueerdt5upo'nt Sald8cltvnt V8n f, the" assesses "of tini.i , y; Sala bnls are to bo nego 'W"!" .form and tho interest shall be tnched J' COUI,ons to said bonds at! Should the State of Nebraska fall Procffrt lnnlT11, a'i a?.d 8h" Obroo" i lecinct in Lincoln County. Nebrnakn fail to issue bonds in tho sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000 00) ?n aid of the construction of said bridge then the bonds of the city of North Platte Theblo'TiV ShaM, "Ot bolBsSl L i t,1'0, ballots to be used in said election sl,.n4.W,av.e Printed thereon: clocuon (Sioonn nnS?Un?f;,Ten..ThoJJsana Dollars ?iu,000.00) of the city of North Platte bridge bonds In denominations of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) each bear hig Interest at tho rate of 5 per cent n,r Jinnu? Payable semi-annually, In onice ofndf l,0PrlRe,pnIr Pa-al'lo at the SV.it?. n J1'.0 Stat0 Treasurer of the nnti n0 Nebraska, said bonds to bear date or July 1st. A. D. 1917. and be duo in twenty years from date hut payable at any time after ten years at nn,iOInn?,n ?,f 8111,1 clt'. and fSr levying and collecting a tax annually to nav XXuT prlnclI,al o?MoSSJ PSF.100?0'"" ' hNoar?h Platto brhlgo bonds ln denominations nL.On0 Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) each bearing Interest at tho rato 6? 5 per cent per annum payable soml S8h.UllntyVi ,nt0,r,est and principal pTy. nblo at tho olllce of tho State Treifi uror of tho State of Nebrasljo safd bonds to bear dato of July 1st ' A D date' hit b:l",Vn twenty years from iate nut payable at any time nftr-r ten years at the option of said cftv and for evying and collecting a tax an- ni'ialn,y t0.,p,ay tl Interest and prlncN pal of said bonds as they mature BltTn,n0SV'?,tlnp ',n favor of said propo sition shall mark their lmllntB i'ltii cross opposite tho paragranh heirin ml?sK:($iVornoSnnU.lnpr,rt?" IF"" S': m9nA0.kAhy. of North niinin.i ..Ti . tnose voting tSL L1 "hall . ma?k! paragraph begin InVr' ToAINST lsVu of,?tlTe0nciTv,0UfSn,?d a3 mo700OflO0) nonds -C ty of North I latto Brldgo Poll In P ntnnno fnH , i i . 'plrVt fiowTng pla-c'e's toX nia,,?,!.5!,5.- Street V'o court room 0 second noor onnn't6,. cSu,nty ,court 1'ouso In Lincoln Thlwi'S? 'r?aJL- In sa,1 ward: n the Third Aard, In the hose houso sltiint,i on Vino street botween Sixth and vSnnl streets In said ward and ?n the Fo.,?th Sntt,W' T,n th? 11080 "ouso situated oH North Locust street In snld ward Thn polls at said election Than bo Icon? m"0nnn ,V7 nvl" Lh0 llo,,rs f" o!c"ockPa! m. and 7 o'clock p. m. of said date. Attest: R EVAN8, fqp.T. O. K. ELDRH. Mnyr- nT7.nlV Clty Clrk. deceaseil In' ti,l o or ;,olln N. llonner, SS"t". Ne1,Skaty CUrt f Lln- i,,tn,;nlB.ot.e to all persons that the ,, ,? " KMRte tako notice ' I ,the ' JmJnJstratrIx has nied a final tloii , ,n,f . nJirr1 ?r ,lpr admlnlstra-n.V.r.nLVa-!Ptlton for nnal settlement st for linniuT "i 5"ch- which have been V f19l7,.fl'art,n9,? o'.8c oc0kSa 0,vth VSS a-t-lw GE0- 5- PHKNCII. 1 County Judge. imecased469 f "0nry J" Co" PoJntyNeSfr'aX CUrt f IJnCOln nf iftatI of Nebraska, ss: Creditors th nlM" ? ,wl" take notice that fmni n? 1,ln.,lte(1 for presentation and Nnw1,?,f 0l,a,,m,sn,n5nln8t "' Estate Is November 11, 1917. and for settlement Sr'n " ?t J" APIU . "s that.X . i j iuuiuj tuuri room in n?nlnn0Unty' 00 Ul 1917' ?oi7 k .n m: ,nn.(1 on November 11, uuiock r. m. io receive, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all claims and objections duly nied. al0-m8 County Judge. t V