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dUJJSUUPTlUN RATES, one lvur lij iMnli Jn Ailice. . 1.2. One luar hj Currier In Advance. hmtoml ul Muif ti finite, Nebraska, Poslofnce a micuihI uu .Mutter. TUESDAY, .MAY 1.'., 1017. Receive Registration Cards. Tho registration cards which nro to bo usod under the conscription inw worn received Saturday by Sliorlff Sal isbury. The cards contain twolvo questions which must bo correctly unsworod by all who are callod upon to ree star. No Instructions navo neon received m to when those cards are to bo dlitrlbutod to tho various regis tration place, or when the registra tion is to tako place. Tho questions on tho cards nro: Nnmo In full (Given name) (Family Name) ,ogo In years. Homo Addross (No.) (Stroot) (City) (Dato). Dato of birth (Month) (Day) (Year) Aro you (1) a natural born citizen. (2)a naturalized citizen. (3) an alien, (4) or have you declared your lnton tlon (specify which)? Whoro wore you born? (Town) (Stato) (Nation). If not a citizen, of iwdiat country nr you a cltlzon or subject? What Is your present trado, occu pation or office? By Whom omployod? Whoro omployod? Have you a fathor, motbor, wife, or child under 12, or a sister or brother undor 12, solely dependent on you for support (specify which)? Married or single? (which?) Raco (spoolfy which)? ' What military sorvlco bavo you had? Hank; branch; years; nation or stato? Do you claim exemption from draft? (Specify grounds,) Exemptions Unchanged Exemptions from tho solcctlvo draft In tho army bill conforonco agreomont woro loft virtually as auggostcd by tho general staff. Thoso absolutely oxompt Include offlcors of tho United Statos and any stato or torrltory: ministers, students of rocognlzed divinity or thoologlcal schools, and mcmborB of "any woll rocognlzed rollglouB sect or organization at presont organized, "whoso oxUtlng crood" forbids par tlelpatlon in war. Tho president Is authorized to ox otudo or discharge from draft tho fol lowing: County and municipal offlcors, eustomhouso clerks, postal omployos, workmon In navy yards or arsonals or armories; others In tho fedoral gov ornmpnt's employ whom tho president may designate: pilots and mariners actually employed In aoa scrvlco; persons engaged in Industries, Includ ing agriculture, found to bo nocossary to tho malnteuanco of tho military es tablishment or tho offoctlvo oporntlon of tho military forces, or tho main tonunco of national intorost during tho omorgoncy;" thoso having per sons dopondant upon thorn for support and tlioHD phyHlcally or morally de ficient. - ::o:: WAR NOTES Hy a veto of 88 to 32 tho" sonato Saturday night approved an nmond mont to the admlnlnstratlon osploungo bill forbidding during tho ronr tho ubo of cereals or grain In tho mnnu facturo of intoxicating "liquors. Colonol Geo. A. Bborly, of Stanton, Nebr,, Is commanding tho provisional companion alroady organized at Fort Snolling. Today Chancellor von Uothmann CITY ANT) COUNTY NEWS. Mr and Mrs .Itov Wilson vlsltod relatives In Sutherland Sunday. .fnllim Plzor returned Sunday even ing1 from a visit In eastern points. Dr. J. 11. Itedflold went to 1Ik Springs Sunday evonlng on business, Jnmos Keefo nttondod the Knights of Columbus banquot In Koarney Sun day. Air mill Mm. Fred Thoninson and son son Goorgo loft Sunday evening for ('happen. Miss Until Moore and Miss Marvin returnod yostorday morning from a visit in Lexington.. Mr. and Mrs. N F. Clough loft Sun day for Ogalalla to visit tholr dauglr ter Mrs. Arrowsmlth. Mrs. I. 0. &av.ycr and chlldron left Saturday evening lor oostem points to visit with relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. Hahn, of Lincoln, camo Saturday evening to visit their daughter Mrs. David Day. . Mrs. I). M. Tatum and daughter re turnod yostorday 'morning from Om aha wliero thoy visited last weok. Mrs. Fred RasmuHson returned to Hershoy yostorday morning aftor visit ing at tho Martini homo for a weok. M. 8. ItobhnuBou went to Koarney Sunday morning to visit his slstor and attond tho Knights of Columbus ban quot. Mrs. Harry Uoyle and daughter raturnod to Lowellen yostorday morn ing aftor visiting friends hero for a Av,ook. Mrs. Josso Smith loft yostorday morning for McCook to visit for a few days. Mrs. F. W. Hormlnghauson loft yostorday morning for Kontucky and Arkansas to spend thrco weeks with rolatlvos. Cooll Cool, and Robort Gantt loft Saturday aftornoon for Ft. Snolling, Minn., to begin work nt tho officers' drilling enmp. CI: You Can Get A Full Set, Free. Of Roger's Silverware by buying your bread at our store and saving the coupons. We are doing this be cause we want Dickey's Bread tried in every home in North Platte and we know that once you taste Dickey's Bread you will always use it. It satisfies. It's the bread that builds. DICKEY'S BAKERY. Mrs. Thos. Mitchell returned to Remember the Nurse Brown Memorial I Lexington Friday afternoon aftor a1 2 .....i . - . . . i, ir vibii ai me uomo oi mra. in. v. iuii- rhcll NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (Incorporated) One Halt Block North ol Posloflice. Phone 58 A modern Institution for the scientific treatment of medical, surgical and confinement cases. Completely equipped- X-Itay and diagnostic laboratories. Staff: Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D. J. B. Redfield. M. D. J. S. Simms, M.D I Homeopathic Hospital When requiring hospital care Medically, Surgically, or Obstctrlcally, Horo your Interests and comfort will bo served. It is not tn0 biggest, but ono of tho best places wherein to got well. 100S mst Fourth street. Dr. J. S. Twinem. OLD LINE LIFE Policies ON EASY TERMS J. E. SEBASTIAX. Stale Mirr. Minn.Mutual Lifelns.Co. Phone Office Red 612 Residence Red 348 NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Itonil No. -10,",. To all whom it may concern; The special commissioners appointed to locate a public road as follows: Commencing1 at the half soctlon corner between Sections 20 and 35, township 14. range 20, thonco west ono and one-half miles on tho section line between Sections 26, 36, and 27, 34 to the section corner between Sections 17, 81 and 28 and 33, township 14, range 26, has roportod In favor or the Maine, and all objections thereto or claims for damages must ba fllod In the office of the county clerk on or before 12 o'clock noon of tho 25th day of Juno, 1917, or such road will be allowed without reference thereto. Dated at North Platte this 17th day of April, 1917. , . A. S, ALLEN, County Clerk. Missionary Society Program Tho Womon's Home Missionary sod oty of tho M. 12. church will be ontor- Managor Carman Ih announcing tho tnlnod at tho homo of Mrs. Cox, west n'ppouranco of Fatty Arbucklo In his Sixth street, May 18. Tho following comedy "Tho liutchor Boy" at the Pgmm will bo given, beginning nt Kolth on May 23d. Hit. JOHN S. TWINEM Special Attention to Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics. NORTH PLATTE, NEB. Nurse Bncwn Memorial Hodpltal. toaoikt e Geo. B. Dent, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention given to Surgery and Obstetrics. Office: Building and Loan . Ml Ton P I wince iou Building i o hph i an es r T....i,i he 1 IV1-MIUUI1CB XXU part of last -weok from Omaha. Ills son Darroll will remain thoro a few duys taking oyo troatmont. Mrs. Clyde Cook and Mrs. John I III Office phone 241. Res. phone 217 L. C . DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - Nebraska. McDonald Bank Building. three p. m.: Devotional, Mrs. M. L. Mc ff ,,n1 ,,., Iionnott; Giving in Tips and Tithes. Thomas Hoaloy rotumed tho lattor q irnrtmnn- WivHidn MinitriH 1 Lri nf liiHt ivnnk frnm nmniin nin ?!rB' i-irtman, ttaysiuo Ministries, Mrs. Bliinn: solo, Mrs. Cramer; Aunt Emmallno's Mlto Box, Mrs. McLano; Reading, Your Flag and My Flag, Trillin irnrhna- Mm T'l'lf ntl'a Mlfcalrtn. lobrandt will loavo shortly for Victor, ary r0x, Mrs. York Ilinman; Solo, Mrs in., anu otnor oaatorn points to visit Oam; Rondlng, Dollle McMlchael; lOlllllVOB lor HOVOrai WOOKB. Wlmf Mm Mltn Tlnv Tllil. Mrs Tlnrlnv Frank Stunrt formerly of this city, MeDormott: Reading, Elma May and Msb Fom A. wotzoll of Lone Crano: Instrumental. Tholma Starr: Rock, la., will bo married at Mason Annual ononlng of mlto boxes. Re- City, la., Sunday May 20th. freshmonta Kll bo served. Evory- Thoro aro 125,000 men In Nebraska body Invited witnin tho urart ago limit, a number i .t it. inmprRT.ii- Kiuuiur mini mo sianiuiiK army noro- iid auuiravnui, '"""'j Phono 308 ALIJEItT A. LANE, Dentist Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building North Platte, Nebraska. Bought and highest market prices paid PHONES Residence Red G3(5 Office 459 C. H. WALTERS. Hospital Phono Black 633. Houso Phone iilack 633. W. T. rillTCHARD, Graduate Veterinuriun Eight years a Government Veterinar ian. HoBpltal 218- south Locust St, one-half block southwest of the Court Housh Scrap Iron $6 per Ton. Dry Bones $12 per Ton. We buy all kinds of Junk and Hides. L. LIFSHITZ. CORNER LOCUST AND FRONT. toforo maintained hv tho irovnrnmnnt. stonogrnphor in tho Hongland & Hoag Up at Bridgeport tho sum of $2,917 "fllco, loft Saturday evening for was subscribed for in rood hv ii ml. Hnatlngs to accept a position in tho imn mnn nf tho tnwn wiiinti wna an.m . 1' 'rBt National bank. fitrk ntifl nnaxt frnm 1I,a nitninnHnb.l r.....l T.ll t- C ... t 1 r I t n.iii-inniiM m m miiimii. mini, riiiuuu Hiuu buvo enen, Clifford A. Thomas will tako notlco ton othors cava SCO each and Mm linl-l that on tho Uth day of May. 1917. I. I. iro..,?"A..frB!""n , tributors. siirarofn phono 70 P1IYSICLVN & SUItGEON Successor to PHYSICIAN &SURGEONS HOSPITAL Drs. Redfield & Redfield Office Phone 642 Res. Phone G76 Res. Red G87 WO mention IIUS JUSt tO SHOW WlUlt n.ul n nnlnr nf nttnnhmriil fnr tlm'mlm other towns somo only one-third as of $100.00 In an action pomltnK before larKO ns North Platte are dolnir In "'m, wherein John Joiioh, Kuiinllan nndi linll, n i L B oxt friend of Clnroncn Jones, minor, IhI tho lino of road building. plaintiff and Clifford A. Thomas, Is le- ::o: Read This Item fondant: that nronorty of the defen dant conslstlm;, of 0110 Premier five t . . . . n ha I 1 1ILHM011 iro r Luuriiiir uur tu, luau nu 11 yon aro earning loss man $nu.uu tni,n,i im,ir thiH nninr. This por month in your prosont occupation, causo was continued to tho 25th day wo havo an oxcoptlona ly good oppor- -'""p. l.ty .oclo,c.'c 1fM , t .. '.i.i .. ,'',.. North Platte. Nebr.. May 12th. 191 ninny iui yuu 111 huh uuiiiuy. 1'or lllll I IOI1N JONES particulars soo olthor A. A. Sclmtz, ciuardlan nnd next friend of DIst. Managor, or Is. T. Kollhor. Asst, Ilf NTnn,l. ni..,.v Honting ureat wostorn Accldont Ins. n tho County Court of .Lincoln Co. .Tiff Countv. NobniHkn. In Probnto. n In tho Mattor of the lOHtate or It. Ill, t t , 1 .. .. I mi.n iiITVlll" X'l'ivu I v 111111111 u. vim iiii, iiunuanuii. . nu muiu ' 111, nt, or NitiiriiHkii. Lincoln uountv. MS. Tho Suthorlanil Fron I.annn nnvn On rnnillnir and llllnir tho petition Hollwog will dollvor Ills spooch in tho 'growors aro looking forward to ono 2' J.11"0. V nilT Jite aorman olcluUig giving aormany's'of tho most satisfactory early crops t wlivio uh "frollltol by !Ioiik war aims., (oi auiuia over grown. latiH-T-s-y ami i;itu or 1110 uoviseti Leon F noughts mllllonalro grnpho-; Colonol Jim Wlilto has again boon H'itto.or Noiirasaii ror uie year i-ji... phono invontor. of San Rafnol. ad-inuulo mayor of Sutherland and Col.Lvi,,,1.? t fln i 's lm ,',i for lllltH that ho luiH dlHcnvnrnd n 1110. 1 13111 llroolts will hold tho (tamo nosltlnn lumrltiL? hhIiI nntltlun. when all iierxonti chanlcal dovlco which ho boltovos at Horshoy. Roth havo tho glngor to Jnterosted In said estate may aiuioar in would solvo the subniarlno problom. push thlor respectlvo towns along. beard ?n ami for uid CountyV and show Plans to suhscrlbo' for $80 000 000 "o Conway wno nau uvcu in mo cause why tiio prayer or sain pennon of tho liberty loan !bro Inaugurated auuim uxna soctlon since the t mo " n oTo pr ited and publish, nt a moating c( ton of tho nrosldonts cowboys veromoro plentiful than L,,1 XZF0 Vo.iBeciitlvo weeks li. the of tho ohshteon cloarlnir housns in 1,raH Ilro nov lort '8t woolc for North Platte Trlbiino, a IorhI hoiiiI- Fodornl Rosorvc District No. 8 ( St. 118 ll0M Louis). Tho slogan to bo used in con-!'10 )vi 1 probably nvo. iio was accom-r" " 6i;o n. khknCii, eorlptlon work will bo "a war bond 1 aniwiior ausio. In cvory homo." r uiy iiuuhuh 01 uool leuuors arnvcu Mmmml flnmiwa ,nal,l t !. "iwy, IMU lllliur H I ui mat WOOK nZ t Sl ifi lM )0r ,m? 0, Nearly all thoso laborers aro Tor appealed to organized labor to protest 0K1)orHi uKiuiini. iiiu lUTipoHou increase in in n nrr......ii n. ... Bocond-olnsBVostal ratos and other , rH, v" , n bl a t n y.p,.Dlu..B ui in win lovoiiuo iiiii. I dollar modern homo in Sutherland, booroiary mcaiioo will mako a tour, j, r shitw and Claronco Mooro .mr- 141? T. A'l'Tr ATVT Sulpho Vapor Uatlis WITH REGULAR TREATMENTS Bolton Building m in -jr. County JuiIko. DOCTOR 1). T. QUIGLEY. .. Practice Limited to Surgery and Iladium Therapy 72S City national Rank Building. Omnha, Nebraska. DJt. HAItOLI) A. FENNER Osteopath. G Reynold Building OiTlco hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. Phones Office 333 Res Black 613 Mathewson & Shank FOR PLASTERING AND STUCCO Phone Red 317 or Blk 907. It. I. SHAl'PELL. Auctioneer SUTHERLAND, NEBRASKA. Will sell anything Hint can bo auc tioned ofT. illako dates nt Farm ers' Stato Bank, or vdro nt my ox. pone. Reference, Farmers' Stnto Bunk, Sutherland, Neb. LET US INTRODUCE QUALITY TO YOU I) E lilt YBE RRY & FORBES, Licensed Embalmers"" Undertakers nnd Enueral Directors Day Phono 234. Night Phono Black 688. of tlto middle-west, beginning May 17 at unoingo and golug as Tar west as Denver, to bring homo to tho mlddlo wost tho need of unanimous corp oration with the govornmont In limit ing tho liberty loan moro thnn a suc cobb. Mrv MoAdoo, in Ills official ca pacity, will toll bis audloncos that tho Unltod Statos Ib not ongagod In half a war but Is In a light to tho Union, wiin -autocracy stun strongly on- truuflhod. TJ8' .CHlonal shipping board has lot tho contract for tho Urst ships to bo built. tnidar the billion dollar building plan'. Tho contrnot :v,ht to a Los Aiuttfai company and call for dollverv dining 1018 of olght stool vossols of 8.800 tons cargo. Tho shipping board1 piaus to nave iiullt within tho next olghtoen months at Joast 1,000 ships, atjjl nd wood, or moro than 3.000,000 nggrofiato tonnugo to combat tho Oor ain& aubmarino campaign. Bills to bo fiitrddueod In congross this wook call for an appropriation of $400,000,000 chased 259 hoad of cows and eighty calvos at Illff, Col., last wlook which thoy will paaturo north of Horshoy. Tho Horshoy Telophouo Company has purchased tho old toll lino run ning west from Horshoy from tho North Platto company. Manager Jen kins informs us It will be dismantled and used in building up tho local ByBtem. Tho toll lino was about nine miles long and was badly crippled up In tho rocont storm, but two thirds of tho polos nro good, nearly all tho cross arms and about twonty miles of wlro Material Is Wrd to get at this time nnd thlB will assist materially in put ting tho local system in lino shapo. Real Estate and' Insurance. Como nnd boo us for town lota In different parta of tho city. Good ln- votmontR on onsy tonus. Ilousoa for Balo and rout. Wo havo also good bar gains In farms and ranches. 1'. J. D1KNEH & CO., Cor. Front nnd Dowoy Sts-. upstntrs. Dodge Brothers Hupmobile Chevrolet ' Cars and Repair parts in stock at North Platte. J. V. ROMIGH, Dealer. .107 W. Gth. ST. PHONE 844. New, Servlca Station thla Spring. !i !v . f . I w -. :. : IP 8 B " '! B i a b ' ' 1 . .' . Juajua COMFORT I You keen your car for your comfort avoid the trouble and expanse y of a friction-crippled motorby using THE STANDARD OIL FORALI."'J3bTOR3 0 Holdi its body at any cylinder heat or engine speed. Ends carbonl- I xation, ovtrheadng, and ocored cylinders. Every drop pure. Look for th Polarlne lin It tnd for a rallablo dealer who will slv you what you tk for, ,UKtd Crown Oaiollne, th power-full motor fuel. STANDARD OIL COMPANY I (Nebraeka) OMAHA Quality In Cigars has has been our aim since wo began making cigars in North Platto over thirty yeara ago. Wo put quality in the first cigars wo mado, and that samo quality la in the cigars we make today. Schmalzrled's Cigars bavo stood tho test of those moro than thirty years. What greater ovidenco of quality could you desire? If you havo not been smoking Sshmalz- diod's cigars, try them thoy are cor tain to please. J. F. SCHMALZRIED. Xotlco to Crc-iHtor Estate No. 1470 of George Schlck.L deccaHoil In the County Court of Lin- coin County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors of anld estate will tako notlco that tho time limited for presentation nnil fil ing of claims against said Estate Is Novomber 18, 1917, and for settlement of said Este Is April 13, 1918; that I will sit nt"the county court In said county, on May 18, 1917, at 9 o'clock a. m. and on Novomber IS, 1917, nt 9 o'clock a. m., to receive, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all claims and ob jections duly llled. GEO. E. FRENCH, al7-ml5 County Judge. Itoiid Nu. -101. To all to whom It may concern: The special commissioner hppolnted to locate a public road as follows: Commencing at tho southwest corner of tho SEVi of Section 35, town 9, rnnKo zv, running to a point, ono nun- oreu eleven (ill) roas north from the northwest corner of said quarter, thenco runnnlnir In a northwesterly direction to a point ono hundred six (10(5) rods east of tho northwest corner of Soctl.on 35, town 9, range 29, thenco west and terminating at the Northwest corner of Section 35, town 9, rango 29, has reported In favor of the same, ex cept that the road Is to go to tho south and west of troo claim and to pass around the head of canyon In tho north west quarter of Soctlon 35, town 9, r.uiKo hv, saiu roau to De 4U root in width. . All objections thereto, or claims for damages must bo llled In tho office of tho county clerk on or before 12 o'clock noon of tho 25th dav of June. 1917. or such road will be allowed with out ref erence thereto. Dated at North Platte. Nebr.. this 17th day of April, 1917. a. s. AL,uiiN, uounty uierK. Chnnirc t Itonil No. .'MIMA The consent petition of II. M. Cllnite et al., asking for a change of Hoad No. 319 has boon filed and reads as ronows: Commencing at a nolnt or Station No. 29 on Hoad No. 319 in tho south east quarter of Section 35, town 10. range 27, running thence southeasterly on east sldo of canyon nnd remaining on east side of canyon through North east quarter or southeast quarttv of Section 35, town 10, rango 27, and through tho W. of SWY of Soctlon 36, town 10, rango 27. terminating at station no. 37 on ltoau No. 319 on Section line between Sec tion at, town iu, rango 27 ana section l, town 9, range 27, road to bo 1 rod In canyon and 3 rodn on bank. All parties objecting thereto or Hav ing claims for damuges by reason of said change must file the samo In tho office of tho county clerk on or before 12 o'clock noon on tho 25th day of June, 1917, or tho same will be granted without reference thereto. Dated at North Platte. Nebr.. this 17th day of April. 1917. a. s. ALijUiN, uounty uierrc. Notice C. AV. Jones, flrst nnd real name un known, will tnke notice that on the 25th day of April. 1917, P H. Sullivan, a Justice of tho Peace of North Platto Precinct No. 1, Lincoln County, Nebras. ka, issued an order of attachment for tho sum of $12.35, In an action ponding before him, wherein Harcourt Clothing Company, a firm Is plaintiff, and C. W. Jones, llrst nnd real name unknown. (loicnuant; tliat property consisting or money, as wages due. In tho hands of tho Union Paclllc Hallroad Co., a cor poration, has ben attached under said order. y. Said cause to bo contlned until tils' 15th day of June, 1917, at ten o'clock a. m. Dated this nth day of Slay. 1917. at North Platte, Nebraska. 11AMCUURT (JL.U TirillNU tU, ni8-25 Plaintiff. Sheriff' Sail- Hv virtue of an order of sale Issued from the District Court of Lincoln County. Nebraska, upon a decree of foreclos ure renuercu in saiu uourt wneroin Francos A. Uennett Is plaintiff, and Robort S. Hopper is defendant, and to mo uirectud. i will on tne utn day of June, 1917, at 2 o. 'clock p. in., at tho east front door of tho Court House In North Platte, Lincoln County, Ne braska, sou at Public Auction to tno highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, tho following described property, to-wlt: southeast uuarter (Sisii) or section Pivo (5) Township Fifteen (15) North of Hange Thirty (30) "West of the Cth p. ai. in Lincoln county, iMenrasita. Dated at North Platte. Nebr.. Alay 7th, 1917. A. J . SALilSUUlll, 1118-JS Sheriff. NOTICI0 OK FINAL HI3POIIT. Estato No. 1433 of John N. Honnor. deceased. In the County Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. Tno stato or rsoorasKa, to an persons Interested In said Estato tako notlco that tho Administratrix has llled a final acount nnd report of her administra tion nnd a petition for final settlement and discharge as such, which have been sot for hearing before said court on May ia, iai (, at y o ciocic a. m. wnon you may appear and contest tho same. Dated April 20, 1317. GEO. E. FRENCH, n24-3w County Judge. THE IMPORTED PERCHERON STALLION NABOB" No. 1)7352 1V1I1 mnlio the season ns follows: Tuesdays nnd Fridnys nt tho Mog onsen Teed nnd Sale Hum, North Platte, beginning April lulli. Itnluuco of tho week (except ami day) nt my farm six miles west of North lMulto nnd thrco fourths of n mllo southeast of lllrdwood switch. Nabob foaled May 24, 1913, and imported with his mother by North & Robinson, of Grand Island, In July, 1S13. was ureu by M. uesprez, Dopart ment of Orno, in Franco. Thla horso wolgha 1780, is elenn and sound in ovory particular, and ia as good na you will nnd anywhoro. Wo invito you to como and seo this bora 3. Torms $15.00 to lnsuro colt to stand and suck. If maroa nro disposed of or leave country 8ervlco feo bo- comes duo and payable nt onco. Cnro will bo takon to prevent oc cldentB, but should any occur stallion owner win not b0 responsible. FRANK STROLLBERG, Owner. tup of lvmion. Estate No. 1478 of Joaonh M. Wilson. doceascd. In the County Court of Lincoln Coun ty, Nebraska. Tno Stato or Nebraska: To all nor. sons lntorosted In said Estato take notlco that a petition has been llled ror tno prouato or an instrument pur porting to bo the last will and testa ment of Josoph M. Wilson, deceased and for the appointment of Hattle Wil son, as executrix of Bald will, which nas oeen sot tor nearing on Juno 1, 1917, at 9 o'clock a. in. uated May b, ibi7. GEO. E. FHENPIT. mS-29 County Judge. Notice to Non-Jtcsldcnt Defendant. Clifford A. Thomas will tako notlco that on tho 18th day of April- 1917 Goorgo E. Fronch, County Judge In and for Lincoln county, Nobraska, is suod an order of attachment for tho sum of SSI.C5 in an nction ponding ootoro nun, whoroln Cash M. Austin Is plaintiff and Clifford A. Thomas, de fendant. That property of tho defend ant consisting of ona Promler flvo pas- songor touring car No. 7GS02 has beon attached undor this ordor. This cause was continued to tho 1st day of June 1917, at 9 o'clock A. M. North Platto, Nob., April 21st, 1917 CASH M. AUSTIN, Plaintiff. Notlco of Petition. Estato No. 1480 of Paulina ZImmor. deceasod, in tho County Court of Lin coln County, Nobraska. Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all per sons interested in said ostato tako no tlco that a petition has boon filed for tho appointment of Mary Hood ns ad ministratrix of said estato, which has beon eot for hearing heroin on Juno 1, 1917, nt 9 o'clock a, m. Dated May 7, 1917. GEO. E. FRENCH, m8-3w County Judge,