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ZTT SUBSCRIITION RAT,s: j inu iciir iij iii mi in iutmii;t;,...9i;u " ' .v.-- j v" - . - ... - , , mntoreu ai norm I'lattc. iNcurusaa, Postofflco as Second Class Mattor. FJtlDAY, FKlIItUAJtY J6, 1918. , 1 r Bortlon for a momont but unlosB that mtivn I'll IF I-1 STON'F HOUSE is attractive, you an-. j..a a- rniTii'ii Y'liV' itlll.mmm 'lone will draw and koop your childron LMUUA.ii JHh JtAIIillllAHN, an1 y(m wm hnyo tQ mftko ftn oxtrft . . , , , . i appeal to ovorcomc tho handicap of Lack of preparation by tho railroad hQmQ to meet tho wintor weather was tliu, ch,,rnn BC0 ,noro nnU think more causo of tho great traffic congestion, 'Uum m0j)t .,ooplo i,0ij0vo. Warron S. Stone, grand chlot or tho i y ROfor instance does his Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,! , of tho work.,ut it Is roal work. told the .Miiroad wage communion Wednesday In asking a minimum wage of $G a day and pLtially tliiw and a half for overtime. .,.,,, J 'Many roads we. r Into the wliiar. with no provision ror tailing cure oi "Thoro wore no doors on round houses, no means of boating. "I know ono instance wtoro 25 to 30 engines wore kept burning at ; nicht. using perhaps ono ton of coal 1 each an hour to keep them from freezing." Long hours worked by railroad men," Mr. Stono donoutncod Is a nionaco to piiDiio saioty. ... no sam a muoriiy -n yu.ua wmu worKing oi an oigni-nour biiiii unu ' tho movement was bogun for incroaacd wages, when tho work was lens ; h to enable tho roallroadB to show largo amounts paid to employes. Moro than half tho engineers of tho country receive less than $150 u month, ho said. Employmont of women In tho place j of men was condemned by Mr. Stone. Ho said womon now wero bolng used as ongino wfpors, cinder Bhovolers, and for other dirty and heavy work, al though, ho declared, thoro wo plonty of men to fill such positions. ::o:: Books Wnnlcd for Soldiers. Have you any bookB In your library that you can sparo to tho soldier boys in tho trnlnlng camps? Answorlng a caJl from t'to camp Y. M. .C. A. s for reading material, ponplo all over the United States uro going ovor their libraries and culling out ovory book that thoy an Bparo to sond to tho boys In tho camps. All kinds of books aro wanted. Fic tlon, philosophy, technical books, books of religion or foreign languagoa, On account of tho cosmopolitan nuture of tho camps thoro 1b a wide range of lltorary tastes represented, On Saturday morning, tho sixteenth, monitors of tho Boy Scouts of Amorlca will call on you and colloct such bookB as you may havo to glvo. Every house In North Platto should havo nt least ono and somo may havo a dozon that they can Bparo. Tho books will bo boxed up and shipped to tho Y, M. C A. at Camp Cody. Do your bit and , look ovor your library at once. Do not bo afraid of overloading tho boy that calls on you bocnuao If tho load Is too big for him ho has a wa$on within easy calling uistanco. : :o: : : Cost of Kooiiliifr up an Army. To maintain tho American army In Franco 100 pounds of gross tonnage a v day must bo landed at Fronch ports for each man, according to Captain Earl J. Zlmnionnun, executive officer in the depot quartormastors' dopai'l ment at Chicago. "Tho American people havo no con ception of tho quantity of Buppliea needed for tho mon "ovor thoro," said Captain Zlmmormau, "nor of the dif ficulty In getting it to them, For oxamplo, it takns 23,000,000 pounds of frozen hoof each month to reed a million soldiers." In explaining tho food supply of tho Amorlcnn Boldiors abroad and tho manner in which -It must -bo sent. Qnptnlu Zimmerman gave a gonornl plcturo of tho difficulties of tho quartermasters' corps in constantly maintaining a sufficient quantity of food . According- to hk statement, tho mon in Frnnco nro on a "garrison ration." tho samo us soldiers at cantonmontc In this country. This ration Is flvo . pounds a man, each day. This weight, howovor, includos ontlng utonsllB and container. For a million mon 150, 000,000 pounds of rntioiiB a month aro required, amounting to 4,000 car londs. A list of tho food required for a mil lion men for thirty days would lncludo tho following: 23,000.000 pounds or frozon hoof. 37,500,000 pounds or Hour. 0,000,000 pounds or bacon. 2,000,000 canB of boor. 1,000,000 cans of cornod hoof. 1,000,000 cans cornod hoof hash. 3.000.0PO Hounds or sugar. 2,400.000 poupds or coffee 973,000 pounds of buttor. At nil times, Captain Zlmmornian said, a thirty day supply Is malntnlnsd In Franco. : :o: : Tuscanln Dead aro Burled. Up. to Tuesday night, n week after tho disaster, 171 victims of tho ill-fat ed Tuscanln had boon laid to rest at dlffoTont points on th ScolUnh coast. ThoBo wore divided as follows":' Americans, 131 idontiflod aiur33 un identified. ,, Crow, four idonlind and threo un identified. to:r Thoro havo boon moro nubile snlos this wintor than ovor bororo. Every day during February Is advertised as a salo day by somo Lincoln county farmer or stockman, and thoro lmvo been many dated for March. Prices op cattlo havo ranged high, horsos havo . sold at fairly good iprlcos, but machin ery of all klndB has boon considerably of a drag. Now cIresH goods and sllka arriving dally at Tho Lender More, Co. l, Marjorlo LIdoll has gono to Omnlm to enter a school. For tho sorlous diseases that attack tho kldnoyB Prickly Ash Bitters is a remedy of morlt. It rollovos back ache, dizziness, proststcnt hcadacho loss of strength and nervous -weak ness; symptoms which indicate kid noy trouble. Prlco $1.25 Wr bottlo. Ilinckor Book & Drug Co, Special Agents, "WHY (JIHLS LKAVK IlOMi:." Most UBunlly tho answor Is because it 1b NOT A HOME. Too often It haB bden merely n "hourto" and could not compcto with . ...... ntitnliln nHrnr.Miins conlo rght down to facts and you win find that children will naturally Confortanlo - - Convenient Easy. i ii v ill 1 1 wi mil LiiuiKn uiu x iuiiduiiv Ami wlinn those cnnditionR exist in YOUR homo, your chliden will not ltmvo It. Not that YOtJH children will for- n.lcn YOU wo don't venture that ns- ,, ,A , ,,, ,, nnn, nm, , h ,ong ,uHtllncos. Ho has a stuffy )C(,room.nn(1 no pac(J to ,mvo tho fellows come In and visit. Your dauehtor holns with tho woTk aml run8 nU ovor tho hoUf)0 In (lolnK it. Of courso mother does tho same I thing but that's different, you know. I Thnn Mmv ttti to n frioiid'H homo and , J arranged so . . . . t j hair-u-tho U1C. w?,rl 'V ","". rooms arc light, airy anu .pioasant. They sec tho beautiful exterior and I d.lMi 4lnl riiim limian j i " vn ,invo m Pnnnn wl.v "'',, f,fD ,nnvil ,,, iini nmiiH.nr.tJi tmlav lmvo succeeded .,. nlllnnlnc roftl HOMES, of such ,xtQ'rlor benl,ty aml interior con-. """r ,Mi,ir wrii ns narotB take prldo In inviting guests to visit And best of all 1b that such real HOMES, under modern methods of nlannlnir and combination can be built for tho same hrlco, and in many canes for actually loss money, than tho old style, ugly, Inartistic, inconvenient, i box-car house. I Tho Coatos Lumber Company, who havo recently socured tho Jocal rop- reapntatlon of tho Keith Corporation, i tho' famous Construction Artists and Homo Planners is Bhowlng a largo col-', lection of photogrnphs of these mod-. orn HOMES. A lnruo number of North Platto peoplo.w.ho havo examined tho exhibits aro contemplating me oruciioii in homos whoso artistry will add to a marked dogreo to tho beauty of our rcsldonco district Airplane Mull Service. Establishment of an airplane mail sorvlco between Washington, Philadel phia and Now York during tho coming summer was indicated Tuesday when tho Postofflco dopartmont called for bids on ilvo airplanes for that sorvlco. Congress has appropriated $100,000 for ubo in establishing aerial mail 8orvlco and tho national advisory com mittee on aeronautics and aeronautl" oxportB has pronounced tho sorvlco feasible and boyond the oxtorImontal stages, J Each nlrplano will bo required to carry 300 pounds or mall a distance of not less than 200 mllos without stop, at n maximum, speed with a full load of 100 miles nn hour, a minimum speed of 45 mllos nnd a climbing speed of 6,000 foot in 10 minutes. A special postage rate will bo charg ed ror lottors carried by alrplano If congress will sanction It with tho necessary law, Tho rate contemplated is 25 cents per ounco or fraction thereof. It is 'planned to maintain a pnrnmncn Bor. vlco on regular schedule Tho Borvlco will begin with one round trip a day and later may be ex panded. First class mall only will bo carried nt tho outsot at tho service. ::o::- Big Poland China Hog Sale Feb. 27 On account, or tho soVore snow Btorni Fob. 8. our sale was postponed to Wednosday, Fob. 27. Thoro can pos itively bo no postponement then ns somo ot tho offerings will fnrrow In March. Salo will bo comrortably and convon . lontly hold In largo barn. Should It bo nn lmposslblo day again anything unsold will bo sold at private Bale. 50 or tho toppiost Poland China's to bo put up anywhero. If Interested in this offering sond for a catolog. Parties, from wost coming on local can stop off nt Markel on tho. farm, or lator trains will bo mot by autoniobllos and .convoyod to tho farm free of chargo, 9-4 . J. O. ANDERSON. ::o. : NUTICK. Hereaftor we will not mako any chargo for dollvory or chargo nccounts. LIERK-SANDALL CO. Austria lVanls Peace. Fucts aro known wheh bring tho , possibility of a soipnrato peace botwoon Austria-Hungary and tho entonto allies much nouror, according to tho lobby correspondent or tho Dally Nows. Great reluct unco, ho huvh, Is mani fested In AuBtrla toward tho prospect or fighting with British and American troops on tho wostorn front. ::o:: A 3IKKCILKS8 JUDGE One AVho Slum No Favor. A morclloBS Judgo is Fathor Tlmo. Before him tho wonk and tho wnntlng go to tho wall. Only tho truth can stand. For years tho following state ment from a North Platto resident has withstood this steruost of all tests. August Ackormnnn, retired farmer, G20 E. Fourth St., says: "I u-od Doan's KIdnoy Pills for backacho and other kldnoy trouble and they soon rid mo of tho pntns and achos. I bolli ve thoy are tho best kldnoy mcdlclno to bo had. It has boon ovor throo yenrs now Blnco I used Doan's Kldnoy Pills nndftny health has boon splondld. And not a symptom ot kldnoy troublo has bothored mo." Almost bIx years lutor, Mr. Ackor munn said: "Kldnoy troublo which Doan's Kldnoy PIUb cured mo or, haa shown no signs or returning. I cor talnly rocommond Doan's highly for having permanently rid mo ot tho suf- luring i enuuruu auvurui years ago. i . I w 1 . 1 Prlco COc, at all doalors. Don't simply nsk for a kldnoy romody got Doan's Kldnoy Pills-tho same that Mr. Acknmimnn lin.il . Fnstnr.Mllhnpn Co.. Mfgro.. Buffalo. N. Y. COJUl'llSSIONKKP IUIOCEKMNGS. ' ' February 4", 1918. I Board of , county comlssioners met,1 'present Sprliigor, JfierminghaHBen. ; Koch and Couhty Clork. '., . j in t i . - . . . i .1 n . . . I UIICCKCU UUBKB or iOUiuy ouuuriiiM Undent and approved them, finding n oaiance oi 9120.34. , County Jjidge to Janunry 1. 1918 and vi,v-" w found a balance of $817.41 which thci County Judge is Instructed to turn I over to tno county Treasurer anu tuxo receipt for same. Mm Pulvor, caro of County poor allowed for; $704.75 and disallowed for $24.00. Adjourned to February 11, 1918. February 11, 1918. Hoard mot pursuant to adjournment. present gprlngor, HormlnghauBon. Koch arid County Clork. Tho following claims wore allowed: E. A. Huntington, court bailiff. $22. C. L. Grant, labor at court Iioubo. o on E. J. Eames, printing, $44.10. Nebraska Telephone Co., tolls, $24.35. Nebraska Tolophono Co., phone rent, $16.75. Pnul MRyor, services on frlat books, $10.00. F. D. Westonfeld, mdso county poor. $130.81. P. 1 $9.00. in,. u. imrr, iioubo rem county poor, r . . t m ... t. i A n f i-uui moyor, wurK im rucorus, i.uu. Sundry tiorsons, surveying, $30.90. T .nvtmlflt mill Ton n 1 ti it nn nnn 1 tir.n.no. Oacnr Wnnl. snrvlnna. $10.00. Henry Carrathers. mdsc." county poor, $8.40. Wilcox Department Store, mdso countv noor. $57.r,9. i M. It. Thesing, road dragging, $10. A- McWha, dragging roads, $80.70. It. F. Winkenwerdor, road work, $5.00. C. E. Danielson, road work, $5.00 B. S. Applegnto, road work, $15.00. A. F. Danielson, road work, $5.00. Victor Danlolson, road work, $5.00. John Hanson, road work, $3.50. Wm. Barrnckman, road work, $55. M. W. Hammond, road work, $10. H. Hammond, road work, $50.00. C. E. Vcncll, caro of Mrs. Gray, $2u Adjourned to February 18. 1918. - W, A. CAUFFM&N, AUCTIONEER. Terms reasonable guarantee satisfaction. For dates see J. F. Clabaugh, North Platte Phone 201. NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital. (Incorporated) One Hall Block North ot Postofiice. "Phone 58 A modern; institution for the acientlflc treatment of medical, surgical and confinement cases. Completely equipped X-Rny and diagnostic laboratories. Staff; Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D. J. B. Redfleld, M. D. J. S. Simms, M.D EvJVC FETTER, ', Physician -X ItAY- OfTIco: First National Bank Building. Office phone 241. Res. phone 217 L. C . DROS T, Osteopathic Physician. North Plnttet Nebraska. McDonald Bank Building. DIENEIl & KENNEDY Ileal Estato, Fire, H'ornado and Hall Insrunnco. Special Agents Globe Life Insuranco Company. Cornor Front and Dowey Sts., Upstairs Phono Red 672. North Platte, Neb. Phono 308 ' ALBERT A. LANE, Dentist R j d 2 D w Building u 1 ' 6 North Platte, Nebraska. ( Ge6. B. Dent, . Physician, and Surgeon! Special Attention given to Surgery and Obstetrics. uMck: Building ml Loan UuildinR . , owce 130 1 Residence lift - ' ). HAKOLI) A. FKiYNER Osteopath. Rolfnn lluiiaiiiLT Offh'e hour d a. in to 6 p. in. 7 p. in. to 8 p. in. Phones Officio Black 333 P.os. Black lUZu Hospital Phono Black USB. House Phono Black G33 IV. T. PIUTCirARI). Graduate Veterinarian Eight yonra a Government Veterinar ian. Hospital 218, south Locust St. one-half block' southwest of the Court House. Sheep and Cattle FOR SALE Fanners this is the year and the time ot the year to get stock to eat up your rough feed. I have on hand and for salo 3000 feeding lambs and ewes, and 500 cnttle. Come and talk to me. C. H. WALTER, NORTH Pf.ATTE. My best referance, I'm alvvay dated ahead. b. M McCLARA AUCTIONEER. Phone at my expense for dates. OGALALLA, NEB. DEUIIYBEHHY & .FO JIBES,, Licensed Embamors. Undertakers and Funeral Directors Day Phono 234. Night Phono Black. 538. Sheriff's Snlc. , By virtue of nn alias order of salo Issued from tho District Court of Lin coin County. Nebraska, upon a decree of foreclosure in said Court, wherein Anna V. Metcalf Is plaintiff and Will Outrlm et al aro defendants, and to mo directed, I will on tho 18th day of March, 1918, at two o'clock p. m., at tho east front door of tho court house in North Platto,- Lincoln County, Neb. Boll at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree Interest and cost, the following des crlbed property, to-wlt: Tho West Ono-half of Section Twon ty-one, in Township Sixteen, North of Range Thirty-two, West of the Sixth P. M. Tho East One-half of Section Twenty-one in Township Sixtebn, North of Ranco Th rty-two. West or tno aixin P. M.: the Northeast one-rourtn oi Section Twenty-nine, In Township Sixtoen. North of Range Thirty-two West of the Sixth P. M.; the Southeast One-fourth of tho Southeast Quarter and the West One-half of the Soutli east Quarter, all In Section Twenty Nino. Township Sixteen, wortn oi Ranco Thirty-two. Wost of tho Sixth P. M.. and tho South hair ot tno souin east One-fourth or tno souuieasi Quarter of Section Nineteen, in Town shin Sixteen. North or iiango Tinny two. West of thtj Sixth P. M.; South west Ono-fourth of Section Twenty' nine, in Township Sixteen, North or Rango Thirty-two, west of the Sixth P. M all in Lincoln uounty, iNournsKa Dated North Platto, Neb., Feb. 1918. fl2-mlG A. J. Salisbury, Sheriff, Notice of LNitrllon. Estato No. 1540 of Horman Koostor doceased in tho county court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. The Stnto of Nobraska, to all porsons Interested In Bald Estato take notico that a notitlon has been filed for tho appointment of Georgo J. Taylor as administrator with will annexed or said Estato, which has been Bet for hearing herein on March 1, 1918, at 9 o clock a.m. Dated Fobruary 4th, 191S. Wm. II. C. WOODHURST, F5 -3 wks. . County Judge Notice of Petition. Estato No. 1544 of Robert D. Thomson, deceased in tho county court of Lincoln county, Nobraska. . Tho Stato of Nobraska, To all Per sons Interested in said estate lake notico that a petition has boon filed for tho probato of an Instrument purport ing to be last Will and Testamont of Bald Robort D. Thomson and for ap polntmont of Amanda M. Thomson as Executrix of said Will, which has boon sot for hearing heroin on March 8th, 1918, nt 9 o'clock n. m. Dated Februray 8,1918. Wm. II. C. WOODHURST, F9-ml County Judge. Notico to Creditors. Estato No. 1524 of Carollno Frnnzon deceased in the county court of Lin coln county, NobrnBka. Tho Sjnto ot Nobrnska, bb: Creditors of said estatirtwill tako notico that tho tlmo limited for presentation and filing of claims against said Estate Is June 15, 1918, and for sttttlemont of Bald Estato Is Fobruary G, 1919; that I will nit at tho county court room In Bald county, on March 15, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m., f)l on Juno 15, 1918, nt 9 o'clock n. m., to recolvo, exnmlne, hear, allow, or adjust all claims and objections duly filed. Wm. II C WOODHURST, F 12-4w County Judgo. WE PAY T&P PRICE FOR HIDES AND FURS. Furs arc Big Price Bring tliem in. We buy all kinds of Junk. North Platte Junk House Nolico of Petition. Estato No. 1530 ot Francis E. Snyder, deceased In tho County court of Lincoln County, Nebraska. The Stato of Nebraska, to nil per- ons interested In said Estato take notice that a petition has Doen filed for tho appolntmont of Charles J.I. Sullivan as administrator of said Estato, which has been sot for hearing on Fobruary 22, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m. Dated January 28, 1918. AVm. H. C. WOODHURST, J29-3wks. County Judgo. Notico to Creditors. Estato No. 1525 of Honry F. Doebke, deceased, in tho County court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. Tho Stato of Nebraska, ss; Credit ors of said estato will take notico that tho tlmo limited for presentation and filing of claims against said Estate is Juno 1st, 1918, nnd for settlement, of said Estate Is January 28, 1919 that I will sit at tho county court room in sald county, on March 1, 19 IS, at 9 o'clock a. m., and on June 1, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m. to receive, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all claims aud objections duly filed. Wm. H. C. WOODHURST, J29-4wks. County Judge Notico to Creditors And for hearing on Petition for Widows Allowance. Estate No of William M. Hay. deceased in tho County court of Lin coin County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors of said estate will take notico that the tlmo limited for presentation and filing of claims against said estate la Juno 8th, 1918, and for settlement of said Estate is January 28th, 1919: that I will sit at the county court room in said county, on March 8th, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m., and on Juno 8th, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m., to receive examine, hear, allow, or ad Just all claims and objections duly llica, ana for hearing upon tho Petl tion for Widow's Allowance filed heroin . Wm. H. C. WOODHURST. F5 4 wks. County Judtre NOTICH FOIl PITH I.I CATION Driinrtnirnt of lic Interior. Sfirlnl No. 0fi08fi U. S. Lnnd Office at North Platte, Nobr. .ian. a. mix Notice la htrebv irlven that Phllln L. Burmood, of Somerset, Nebr. who on may it,, iai4. made Homestead en try, No. 00086, for N of SW, sec tion 15, township 10, N., ranpo 31, W. Cth Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final throo year Droof. to establish Claim to the lnnd above described, before the Register uuu iiotoivor, iii iNonn 1'iaiie, iNeor., on ine ioui aay or ieD., luis. Claimant names as witnesses: Perry O. Mulllkln, of Somerset, Neb Clinton P.. Selby, of Somerset, Neb. Jay Lawyer, of Somerset, Neb. John Pulls, of Somerset. Nob. J12fl5 B. J. EAMES, Register. NIII3HIIWS SAI.12. BY VIRTUE OP AN ORDER OF SALE Issued from tho District Court of Lincoln County, Nobraska, upon a de cree of foreclosure rendered In said court, wherein Georgo W. Ruff is Plaintlll and Allco D. Montiromerv. William W. Montgomery and Joseph A. Markco are defendants, and to me directed, I will bn tho 16th day of Feb., 1918, at 2 o'clock P. M at the east front uoor or tno uourt nouse m worth Platte Lincoln County. Nebraska sell at public auction ro me nignest oiuuer ror cash to satisfy said decree, rendored In said aotlon In favor of tho plalntllff and also tno uecree rendered in ravor or the do fendant and cross-petitioner Joseph A. Markeo, with Interest and costs, the following described property: The North West auartor. of section twenty. and the West half of section twenty nine, in township thlrtoon, North of rang thirty, WeBt of tho Gth P. M., and also the following: Commencing at tho South East cornor of section nine teen f 19). Townshln thirteen f 131 range thirty (30), West, thence West live chains along South line of said section; thence Nonh Parallel to tho Hast lino oi said section thirty ciu) chains, thence East two chains: thonce North thirteen chains; thence West two chains; thenco North llfteen and 7-10 chains: thenco East parallel to tho South lino of tho North East quart er iNla'A) or tno North isast nuartcr o soctlon, but CG ft. South of said line live chains to a point on tho East line of said section thenco South along East lino or said section to beginning con talnlng 26 3-4 acres of land Wost of the tit ti i. m. in Lincoln uounty, NeorasKa, Dated North Platte, Nebraska, Jan ath, luis. J16fl5 A.J. SALISBURY, Sheriff Notico to Contractors. Call for bids on Stato Aid Bridge at North Platto, Lincoln County, No braska . Sealed bids will bo received until 9 o'clock A. M., Wednosday, Fobr 27th, 1918, at tho office of tho County Clork in Lincoln County, North Platto Nebraska, for the construction of a concrete bridge ncross tho South Platto river located approximately one mild south of tho City of North Platto Bids will bo recolved for the construe tlon of: One reinforced concrete arrh bridge composed of 10-50 foot concn to arches with concrcto piers and nlmtments resting on wood piling as per plans and specifications. Bids will bo recolved on tho yardago basis for making fills In approaches and surfacing. All bids must bo sealed and accom panied with a cash deposit or cortl Jled check made' payable to the county treasurer, Llncoun county, for 'tho sum of $5,000.00. All checks must bo' certi fied to by a bank In Nebraska. Bids will bo publicly oponod at tho office of tho county clerk, North Platto, Nobraska, at 9 o'clock A. M. Feb. 27th, 1918. A copy of the plana nnd specifications nro on fllo In the offico of tho county clork and tho state en gineer, and may bo had upon applica tion and paymont ot $5.00 at tho ofTlco or tho state engineer. The state and county resorvo tho right to reject any and all bids. GEO. E. JOHNSON. Stato Engineer A. S. ALLEN, County Clerk. J25-f26. Sheriff Sale. By virtue ot an ordorof salo Issued from tho District Court Of Lincoln County, Nobraska, upon u decrco of foreclosure rendored. .In anld Court wherein NlchalaB Adluny, et al.. is plaintiff, and Mary Adomy is defond- fant, and to mo directed, I will on tho 2nd day of March, 1918, at 2 o'clock P. M.( at tho cast front door of the Court Houso in North Platto, Lincoln County, Nebraska, sell at Public Auc tion to the highest blddor for cash, to satisfy said decree, inlcresti and costs, the following described proper ty, to-wlt: North East Quarter (N. E. U) of section six (G), In Township sixteen (1G), North of Rango twenty-olght (28), West of tho 6th P. M.. and all of lot Fifty-six (5G) of Plutto View Subdivision of a part of Soctlon Three (3) Township Thirteen (15) Rango Thirty (30). Dated North Platte, Nob., January, 25th, 1918. Sheriff. Sheriffs Snlc. By virtue of an order of sale issued from tho District Court of Lincoln County, Nobraska, upon a decree of foreclosure rendered in said court wherein Louis L. Stoll Is, plaintiff, and L. N. Strittmatter, ot. al. are defendants, and to me directed, I will on the 23rd day of Fobruary, 1918 at 2 o'clock: p. m., at the east front door of tho Court Hoiuee lu North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, sell at public auctlpn to tho highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, tho followlnc described property, to-wlt: All of sectons one (1) and three fill in township sixteen (16) north of range thirty-ono (31) west of the lith P. M. Dated North Platte. Neb.. Jan. 19th. 1918. . A. J. SALISBURY, Sheriff. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an alias order of sale Issued from tho District Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska, upon a decree of foreclosure in said Court whoreln James A. Fike is plaintiff and Arthur Battles, et al are defendants and. to me directed I will on the 18th day of March, 1918, at two o'clock p. m., at the east front door of the court house in North Platte, Lincoln County, No- orasKa, son at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree, Interest and cost, the fol lowing described property, to-wlt: The West One-half of the Northwest Quarter and the Southeast One-fourth of the Northwest Quarter, In Section Three, in Township Fifteen, North of Range Thirty-two, "west of the Gth P. M., the Southwest One-fourth and the West One-half of tho North-west Quarter and tho Southeast One-fourth of the Northwest Quarter and the Southwest One-fourth of tho South east Quarter, In Section Nineteen, Township Sixteen, north of Range Thirty-two, West of tho Gth P. M., the South One-half of the Southwest Quar ter In Section Seventeen, and the North One-half of, the Northeast Quar ter or section Nineteen, all in Town ship Sixteen, North of Range Thirty two, West of the 6th P. M., and the North half of the Southeast Quarter and the South half of the Northeast One-fourth, and the North half of the Southeast One-fourth of the Southeast Quarter, In section Nineteen, all In Township Sixteen, North of Range Thirty-two, West of the 6th P. M., all In Lincoln County, Nebraska. Dated North Platte, Neb., Feb. 9, 1918. F12-M16 A. J. Salisbury, Sheriff. Notico of Final Report. Estato No. 14G9 of Henry J. Cohag en, deceased in the county court of Lincoln county, Nobraska. The stato bf Nebraska, to all per sons interested in said Estate tako notice that .tho administrator has filed a final account and report of his ad ministration and a petition for final settlement and discharge as such, which have been set for hearing be fore said court on March 8, 1918 at 9 o'clock a. in. "when you may appear and contest tho some. Dated February Gth, 1918. Wm. H. C. WOODHURST, F12-3wks. County Judgo. Notico to Creditors. Estato No. 1529 of Benjamin A Dikoman. deceased in tho county court of Lincoln county. Nebraska. Tho State of Nebraska, ss. Creditors of said estato wf;l tako notice that the tlmo limited for j.resontation and fllln4 of claims aga'nat said estate is Sep. 15, 1918, and for settlement of said estato 1b February 8. 1919, that I will sit at the county court room in said county, on March 15, 1918. at 9 o'clock a. m.. and on September 15, 1918 at 9 o'clock a. m. to recolvo, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all claims and objections duly filed. Wm. II . C. WOODHURST, F9-mS County Judgo. Kntlmnte of I2vpciiNe. Notice Is hereby given that on tho 16th day of January, 1918, the countv commissioners of Lincoln County, Ne braska, proceeded to make and did make the following estimate of ex penses for the year 1918. Ooneral fund $60,000.00 Bridge fund 40,000.00 Road fund .... 40,000.00 County Agent 1,000.00 Special Building. No. 3 t 300.00 I'reelnct nnd Bridge DtntrlctM Osgood Precinct bridge bond and Interest $ 700.00 Blrdwood bond and Interest 1,000.00 S. P. B. bond and Interest.,.. 1,000.00 Platte bond and Interest 1,000.00 Bostwlck bond nnd Interest.. 000.00 Hcrshoy bond and Interest.... 000.00 East Platte Precinct bond nnd Interest 2,000.00 School DlNtrlcta No. 1 Bond nnd Interest $12,000.00 No. 7 Bond and Interest 1.7G0.00 No. 23 Bond nnd Interest 360.00 No. 37 Bond and Interest.... 2,000.00 Agricultural Society 1,000.00 No. 47 Bond and Interest 100.00 No. 05 Bond and Interest 2,500.00 No. 07 Bond and Interest 300.00 No. 98 Bond and Interest 200.00 No. 105 Bond and Interest.... 200.00 No. Ill Bond and Interest,... 200,00 No. 119 Bond and Intorest.... 200.00 No. 120 Bond and Interest.... 100.00 No. 122 Bond and Interest.... 200.00 No. 128 Bond and Interest.... 200.00 No. 131 Bond and interest.... 300.00 No. 26 300.00 No. 33 2MZ No. 59 300.00 No. 60 , 300.00 NO. 130 200.00 E. H. SPRINGER. P. W. I1ERMINGHAUSEN, S. J. KOCH. , , Commissioners.