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Out By EVELYN LEE V, I WOULD REMAIN '.UNDER COVER' (Copright. 1019, br Wtttern Newtpiptr Onion.) "You innko mo Inugh I". spoke tip Ac Ion Ilrlll, n cousin of Luclla Morse. "Wliy nro you going to dig up n dead Issuo that Is shelved?" "It has been n crying inntter to me," nnswerod tlio young girl seriously. "It worried my father nearly to death; It has been on my mind ever since ho died. I do not know what dreadful secret wns Involved, but while deliri ous father referred to It. I feel it my duty to look Into the matter. He wns n good man, was father, an both of us know, but there might have been n misstep, n temptation In the past plnclng him under the power of nn en emy, n blnekmaller. No, I cannot rest until I know the worst, and I am de termined to get the facts concerning this mystery, which certainly darkened my father's life." "But If your father was unable to. freo himself from what you believe to bo the extortion of a person having Homo hold upon blm, how can you hope to succeed?" "I liavo my plan," replied Luclla, Iho spirit of resolve nnd confidence In lior steadfast eyes. "I know the namo of the man whoi ho has vlsUed yenr after year. I have found some letters ho wrote to 'father. They are terse, sharp, demanding payments mutually agreed on. If I mnde no move, and even If this Anson Ladd never trou bled us again, I should be living un der n coiistant dread. Seemingly I Bhnll go to tho city and earn my own living, but all I am thinking of is probing tho mystery of 'father's deal ings with Anson Ladd, lnwyer, Brooks building, Springfield." So Luclla Morse left her pretty nn- Sergeant Had His Reaaoni for Not Making at That Time a "Full an' Free Confession." s An American colonel In Franco wns having difficulty with his snfe. It was the headquarters safe. Its lock Had Jammed, nnd none of his Btaft could open It. While they were struggling with It a negro sergeant came up to them apologetically. "Cul'ii'l," he said, "If I ain't intrud- In' Into'dls hoah dllllckulty, I believes, sah, dnt I might he'p yah." "Yob?" sold the colonol. "Whnt do you suggest?" "Cul'ii'l," said the sergeant, "I sug gests Co'p'l Hall." "Corportll Hall? Why Corporal Hall?" "Oo'p'l Hall," the scrgoant explain ed, undor his voice, "was fo' foah years n bugglith " They sent for Corporal Hall and Corpornl Hall opened tho snfe. "Well, sergeant," the colonel said, "I'm glad to know nbout Corporal Hall. I wish I'd known It sooner. It would have saved us n lot of time with that safe. And tell me, sergeant! In case we may need to call on you same jday -In what direction do your particular talents lie?" "Cul'n'l," the sergeant nnswerod, "Ah donn' want to tell no lies. Stand In' ns Ah docs dally In do presence of mnh Mokch, inos' doubtless Ah donn' want to tell no lies. But If do time comes when Ah kin he'p yah, snh, Ah'll make n full an free confession, a full an' free confession, snh." Ben B. Llndsey In the Cosiuopolltnn Maga zine. An Enraptured Sextette By GEORGE ELMER COBB DEATH OF A FAMOUS DUCK Peggy of Rouen, N. J., Laid 325 Eggs In a Single Year, and Was Easily World's Champion. (Copyright, 1019, br fteitern Ntwipipet Colon.) "What's this fire I" exclaimed Law yer Ira Tnrhell, arising hnstlly from his desk and starting for tho open doorway of his office. Ills two cli ents, Mnrk and Paul KIson, brothers, hnstlly came to their foot, and Jolnod him In the hnll without. It was filled with smoke and there was nn uproar of nlanned voices In other rooms nnd corridors, but it was soon discovered that the smoke came through an open window from the ronr yard, where a lot of rubbish was being burned up. Now when Mark nnd I'nul had arisen from their seats ench laid loft open on the tnble his wallet. Tlu-y hnd been consulting their contents wlUle talking with tho lnwyer. Ite turnlng, each closed n wnllet and re stored it to a pocket. The attorney resumed his wonted dignity nnd calm. "Well, gentlemen," lie snld, referring to a penciled sheet before hlm,""I think I understand the sttuntlon. I am to make over to your sister Miss NnomI, the old family homestead and ten thousand dollars In bonds, to bo held In her own right us a femmo sole." "Thnt's right," nodded MurkElstnn, ruddy-cheeked, brlght-eycd ns a school boy. "And Naomi shall do Just what she wants to with tho property and money," said Mark heartily. Tho brothers were under, thirty, their sister Naomi an ngrecnblc spin ster of thirty-five. When their parents died she had taken charge of their home nnd hnd well filled the bill as housekeeper and cook. Sp comfort ably sho looked after her brothers, so smoothly did things run on that the 1)31. TWINEN HOSPITAL For Medical, Surgical, Mat ernity and convalescent pati ents. Successful operation on Appendix, when necessary Gall bladder Hemorrhoids Tonsils Adenoids Hospital Phone 110 Office Phone 183 . Residence Phone 283 1008 West Fourth"Street . North Platte, Neb. IHL L. V.. VAXniVEIt ' Physician niul Surgeon Rooms 6-C McDonald Bank Bldg., North Platte, Nob. Oflice phone 241. Res. phone 217 L. C . DROS T, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nebraska. Knights ot Columbus Building. Office Phono 340 DR. SHAFFER, Osteopathic Physician Bblton Bldg. North Platto, Neb. Phono for Appointmonts. Phone 308 ALBERT A. LANE, Dentist Rooms 1 and 2 Bolton Building North Platte, Nebraska. DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEI Practice Limited to Surgery and Radium Therapy 728 City National Bank Building. Omnun, Nebraska. Tho death of Peggy, the . famous tivo town with no confidante as to her duck of Rouen, New Jersey, comes as plcnBnilt'rout0 wns cotlnued pcrma r?".:i..0X n to t"1 " nontly nnd unconsciously nil hand. sho knew she could trust. Sho wns well to follow tho principles which n sensible girl, and lovely, too, and sho guided tho life of this excellent blr.d. found bonrd and lodging with u re- Peggy was celebrated In two hemls npoctiiblo old lady Just on tho edge of pheres ns tho champion egglayer of tho iho business section of' the city. Then world, the New York Evening Post she located tho oflice of Anson Lndd. 'states. Peggy, In ono year laid as Several times she passed Its door, many ns 325 eggs. Yet, celebrated as reading his nnmo upon Its panels. Sho she was, noted wherever eggs were laid found Its solo occupant to be a young 0r scrambled, head of her glorious pro man whom she took for a "Clerk. Then fesslon, what wns her attitude after she summoned her courage to nttempt wo entered the war? Did she rush into tly nnd unconsciously all hands settled Into n rut. Naomi wns only lumpy when she was doing something to ndd to the welfare and comfort of tlonal Bank, North Platte, Neb. ED. KIERIG, Auctioneer. General Fnrm Snlcs u Specialty. References and Dates nt First Nn NOTICE KOIl PUBLICATION. Deiuirtnient of tlie Interior. U. S. Land OIHce at Broken Bow. Ne- liraskn, Mnrch 27, 1919. Notice 1b hereby jrlvcn that John A, wcott, or DicKonx, Nebraska, wno, on Fobrunry 10. 1916. made homestend en try North Platte 00312. Broken Bow. No, 011885. for 8(4 S4 Section 2C. Township 12 North, Range 32 West, 6th rrmcipai Meridian, lias tiled notice ot Intontlon to make three year proof, to establish olalm to tho land abovo des cribed, before Wm. H. C. Woodhurst, U, Commissioner nt North Platto. Ne braska, on tho 15th dAy of May. 1919. Claimant names as witnesses: u. t. Broder, of North Platte, Nebraska, Win. Faoka. of Dickens. Nebraska. AV. W. Sulton, of Dickens, Nebraska, Wendell flicurum, or Dicicens, NeurasKa. JHAUK. C. V A 11 It I NGTO N. nlm9 Register her brothers, nnd they accepted her ,klnd service as a matter of course, although truly appreciative and grate ful. Recently Paul hnd observed to Mnrk that he fancied Naomi looked tired and dull nt times. They talked It over. Maybe she needed a rest, a change. Suppose they parceled out Phono 1000. SALE DATES L. D. McFuiluml -& Sons, Tuesday, April 22 .it... .v1.. ..1... 4 I I.. !.,. I 1 I t fl.nl- T ;V 1 V ,. , , ' , V Vi vV f nil to her what she was entitled to of tho "Can I see Mr; Anson Lndd? sho the president ought to it o? otatnl. cstntoinme cp ulci,L,nacnt, ln inquired, being now nenr enough to Despite numerous tempting offers from cortainlv that would make her the supposed clerk to observe that ho fowl fashions nnd other magazines, ' V?. ,? " ? .... ? L Z iuui ijullui. jliuuui; iuu viaiu iv uv supposed wns a very handsomo nnd pleasant- she refrained from utterance and con faced young man. tlnucd contributing her dally drop to "I nm his Bon, Jtobert Lndd," camo national Ylctofy. Kven when the Ger Hw'rrilnnnMon. '"Mv father tiled sov- mans opened their recent pence drive oral weeks since. Did you havo somo Peggy did not turn hysterical and de- round that they at onco surrender nil tho Strassburg geese. She, still ln si lence, went on with her lay. It Is re lated of her that on tho morning of her demise sho quietly produced an egg, 1 I .It nntliifnnllnn U'llVl "What can you do?" Inquired young " mid ex- eroslty and thoughtfulness, us sho tr. Ladd, with n token of friendly in- 10 N chose to magnify It, that she lied to terest in ins ince.- . her room to Jmve her cry out. Mark "I undcrstnnd tho- typewriter nnd n,.,ia followed her to the hall to consolcher , business with him?" "Why, not exactly," nnrvwered Lu clla, "I had beard of him and wonder ed If he needed my help ln tho olllco, 4 But of course " FOR A REAL AUCTIONEER GET R: L Shappell, SUTHERLAND, NER. Dates can be mndo at Platto Valley Sfnfo Bank. lawyer's office, and the brothers went .1 nlwnys tnko stock buyers with home feeling they nnd well consum- mo. mated an act of willing duty. . rr' Naomi broko down and cried like a I - Li. 11. PlCLLiAKA, child when they told her whnt they AiinHnrmnn lmil done. The wnv tho lmnclnative huliiohcui. Mark pictured tho transition awaiting 3Iy ono best reference im always hcrl She was to bo promoted from n lnjc,Ln,icad lhono at m? penso OGALALLA, NEBRASKA serfdom to tho lot of a princess I Naomi was so overcome nt tllelr gen- can take some- dictation," said Lu clla. Tho young man seemed to )IIo asked her namo. Sho gave Verona Tresham, feeling tho decep tion excusable. "Tell you, Miss Tresham," spoko Itobort Lndd, jiftcr a pause, "tluyo Is not much to do bore, but I was think 'liig of ndvertlslng for some ono to tnko charge of tho office when I am nway and type n few letters occasion ally. You see, about nil I havo hnd to do was to go over my father's pa pers, nnd sort them out and clenn up a lot of useless rubbish. What's loft Is In his old desk yonder," and Luella's eyes glowed as they rested on the battered old receptacle pointed out by tho spenker. "My father owned a great deal of city property and my main enj ployment is looking after mortgages nnd rents." Luclla felt that providence was In deed helping her us nho left the Ladd .office, engaged to report for work tho next morning nt n reasonably good sal ary. The dead man's papers! In that desk. Uad tho son discovered tho posslblo ono covering tho dcnllngs of tho old lawyer with her father? Evor these thoughtH wore In her mind during tho rest of that week. A natural hnpetuousness Influenced her to set nt work at onco to lnvesllgnto that old desk, but It was locked, nnd sho knew that sho must uyo caution The next morning Mr. Ladd an nounced that he would not be at the office tho noxlt day. The first thing tho following morning Luclla set about v Investigating tho old desk. Sho worked at Its lock with n wlro until sho had it opened. She was explor ing document after document when Mr. Ladd entered tho office. "Why, Miss Tresham, what is this?" ho Inquired bowlldered. Luolla stood aghast. Then her usual composure deserted her. Sho Tanks Like a Deck of Cards. nnd Paul, chancing to tnke out his wal- In tho open stretch, ynnd the s dl to ponder. W.Ke of wood we truck t o f old t8 rave It ns where tho An erican ai.Us attneked ' eMln,inei, the Huns on flank and rear and fin Ishcd the battle of Argonno wood. Elizabeth Frazer writes in the Satur day Evening Post. Later wo saw a complete outfit of these grotesque monsters co walloping ncross a sneu torn field. Their Insignia were tne characters on a deck of cards.xun thev always followed suit. Thus an ace of spades was always followed by the king of spades, the king ty nis snouse: and so on down to the tray. As we passed, the knavo of hearts thrust forth u grinning face from his round armored little turret and waved a erlmy paw. Close on his tall wag at tho lawyer's office I" ho exclaimed. "This belongs to Mark. Hello I hello ! hello I" Paul stared and then grinned. In nn upnrtment of his brother's wallet ho found a time-worn nhotoernim. In tin Instant he recognized It. "Did you ever!" he chuckled. "Ber- tha Drake!" and Just then Mark re entered tho room holding tho other wallet In his baud, and Paul Hushed like u conscious schoolboy as he no ticed revenlcd within It his own pho- togrnph of Wanda Drake!. "Il'm I" observed Mark with a flush, Hospital Phonjs Black 633. House Phone Black G33 y. t. pitiTCHARi), Graduate Veterinarian Ei.jht years a Government Veterinar ian. Hospital 218, south Locust St. ono-half block southwest of the Court House. DERRYBERRY & FORBES, Licensed Embamers Undertakers and Funeral Directors Dny phono 41 4 Night phono Black 5SS dshly tangoed t.,7teu spot. It w, nice girls, Bertha and Wnnrfa. There ncr y.' like some mad scene In "Alice ln Won- was the brother Wilbur too. Always on tho isth da, - o? .Iprhin.l." uiuugiiL iiu iu.. u m Hh .uum.v. 0, , cancelled ai NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (Incorporated) One Hall Block Nortb ol Posloftice. Pbone 58 , , A modern Institution for tht (cltntific treatment of medical, Burgiealand confinement cases. Completely equipped X-Rny and diagnostic laboratories. Staff: Geo. B. Dent. M. D. Y. Lacas, M. D. J. B. Redfield. M.D.J. S. SIMMS, M.D. Res. Black S7G GEO. B. DENT, Plisylclan and Surgeon. Special Attention Ghcn to Surgery and Obstrotrlcs. Offlco: Building & Loan Building Phonos: Offlco 130, Resldonco 115 The Pcrcheron Stallion "Lord Birdwood" Will make the season of 1010 nt tho J. I. Smith fnrmnt the linker school house four miles' west oi riortu mute. "Lord Birdwood" wns foaled Juuo IS, 1010, bred nnd raised by D. A. Goodrich, of Bellevue, Neb., weighs 1900. perfectly sound and Is recorded by tho Pcrcheron Society of America under the record number or JMSOL'. SERVICE FEE $12.50 to insure tho mare with foal. Care will bo taken to prevent nccU dents but should nny occur the owner of the horse will not be responsible. CLAUDE MOORE, Owner. x Highest Cash Prices Paid for Hides and Junk. L. LIPSHITZ. Order of Ilenrlni; on I'lnnl Settlement. Tho State o Nebraska, Lincoln Coun ty, ss. in tne county court: In the matter of the Estate of GeorKe AV. nose, Deceased. To the creditors, heirs, legatees and others interested In the estate of Georpe W. nose Take notico that Mary A. Rose has filed ln the county court a report of her doings ns oxecutrix of said estate and U Is ordered that tho same stand for hearing tho 26th day of April, A. D. 1919, before the court at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at whlclr tlmo nny per son Interested mny appear nnd except to and contest tho same. Notice of this nroceodlnir and the hearing thereof -Is ordered given to nil persons interested ln snld matter by publishing a copy of this order in the North Platte Tribune, a semi-weekly newspaper printed In. said county for three consecutive weeks prior to said dato of hearing. ' , Dated March loth. 1919. WM. II. C. WOODHURST, mlS-3 County Judge. NOTICU KOIl I'UIIMCATIOX Department uf the Interior. U. S. Land Olllce nt Broken Bow, Ne braska, March IS, 1919. Notice Is horcby given that Oliver C. Lucan, of North l'latte, Nebraska, who, on November 29, 191C, made homestead entry, North Platte No. 06271, Broken Bow No. 011865. for tho W SW, Sec tion 2, Township 1C North, Range 30 West of tho Gtli Principal Meridian, has filed notico of intention to make three year prpof, to establish claim to the land above described, before William II. C. Woodhurst, U. S. Commissioner, at North Platte, Nebraska, on the Dtli day of Mny, 1919. Clnimant names ns witnesses: Frank Eborly, John Wpldoh, John Saunders, Frank Hood, all of North Platte, Ne braska. , MACK C. WARRINGTON, ni2.rini2 Register. .N'jotlee of Attachment. State of Nebraska. County of Lin coln, SS. A. M. Blume, first and real name un known, will take notice that on the 12th day of March, 1919, I. L. Milton berger. a Justice of the peace of Lin coln county, Nebraska, issued an or-J Ul .ILlUUlllllUIll LUI IUU DUIil Ul $25. 18 in an action pending before him wherein De'rryberry & Forbes, Inc., Is plaintiff and A. M. Blumc, first nnd rent name unknown, is defendant; that property of tho defendant consisting of moneys In the hands of the Masonic Lodge of North Platte, Nebraska, has been attached -Hnder snld order. Said ordor is continued to tho Sth day cf April, 1919, at 2 o'clock p. m. DERRYBERR & FORBES, Inc.. m!4-3 Plaintiffs. NOTIOH TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will bo received at the oflice of the County Clerk of Lincoln County, until 3 p. m., on Saturday, April 19, 1919, at North Platte, Nobras ka. for grading, surfacing, and inci dental wortc on the North Platte-Suth erland Project No. 10, Federal Aid Road. Bids will be opened nt the office of the Board of County Commissioners of Lincoln County, at their olllco in the Court House, North Platte, Nebraska, promptly after the time for receiving bids has closed. Tho proposed work consists of con structing appromlmately 19.1 miles of earth road, with stretches of gravel surfacing. , , . Tho approximate quantities are: 98.171 cu. yds. of earth excavation. 4.G52 cu. yds. mile hauling gravel. Certified check 5 per cent of amount of bid. Plans and specifications for the work may bo seen and Information may be secured at tho above oflice, or at the olllce of the State Engineer, Lincoln, Nebraska. Tho State and County re servo the right to waive all technical ities, and to reject any andall bids. A. S. ALLEN. County Clerk. GEO. E. JOHNSON.Stato Engineer. Grim Jest Pathetic. w.,m Poo's tale "The Insane of the, wero our ut-door neighbors! Why, toi,er 2B 1884. locat i i? n'. Vi,ntiP? II , orv was " 'Ht two S'enrs since wo all met No. l-A; the point d Death" premitotic? His story wna .Qn the. South ban Red that on the stroke of midnight a tall, red-gowned figure revealed Itself amid revelers ns Death by Hague. A counterpart from real life is re ported from Cowestry, Wnles. It la the report of n masquerade ball, at which ono of tho mnsked celobratora simulated Death, ln a blnclc robu.nnd with hollow eye-sockets There were 110 danors at the ball. Of this number, 322; are now suffering from Influenza. Twelve are already dead, Including the death masker. Italy's Exports. Italian motor enr exports showed a NOTIOK (iotlienliurt; South Side Irrigation Com puny, l.titlieiiliurg. 11. K. Illnkley, t.otlienlitirg, nnd nil othern Jnterext cd. ,. .1 1. e .. l. 1. "both ln the same boat, eh? Well, Its titled that a hearing will be held at nothing to be ashamed of. They were the stato Engineer's office, located at lil) PlillU .1,1LUI UUI1U1UK 111 UlllUUllI, , state of iNobraska, f, April, 1919, at two I tho purposo of do- elnrlnnv nntlolln.l n .Vf rtr f nl t oil nil 1ir4. for Naomi. What grand dnys those tended claim or rights purporting to were, back In Lacon, when the Drakes hv3 been granted under water appro- tod In water dlvlBlon t of division being. nnd tltllteil apart. the NWU of Section 30. Township 12. "I don't want money to, waste," said Rango 26 West of tho cth P. M. ln their sister later ln the evening. "I : '" S,uZTnl'" iTa would like to tlx up things u little depcrlbod as follows: nround the house, though, nnd have a Parts of 8ecton8. 5, 4 3, ,9, 10, u, break ln tho loneliness by entertaining Township 11, North Range 26; parts of some or our old menus once in n sections is, vo, 30, 29, as, ai, jz, jh. I I ..... I 1 r m,, ....... 1. 11 V I . TlnnivA 9 r. ' ...l.lln II 1 1 4111. k an. .uniiaiuii .v. .... A.t.nn' v . WIlllC. Inplu nt Rnntlnnn K. 4. 3. 2. 1. 10. 11. 12. "Yes, there's tho Drahcs," reminded 13, 14 nnd 24, Township 10, North Mnrk, evading hla brother's eyes. lnnf, r5- 11;nri? bSS"?V8 & W'-l' "Rertha nnd Wauua," nodded Paul og! 27. 2S. 29. 30. 33. 34. 35 nnd 3C, In well-nssumed generality. "And Wll- Township 10. North itango 24. nnd parts . ,, 1 t I . 111 1 11 ' of Sect ons 1 and 2, Township 9, North bur," and NnomI Hushed, hurriedly re- ntuIK0 24. all west of tho 6th P. M. ln ferred to other old acquaintances and Lincoln and Dawson Counties, Nebras- ct,. ,. tints iiin.l,. nlnnir lin i-mul .r inoae iioruuiin ui niu ou.r " " o Ul VI of yesterday. slons of tho land abovo enumerated not covered or clnimcd by other lrrlga' now did It all come nbout? When "on works entitled to , prior aPProprl- . ... , . , ,..i. , , ... , ..... I "At11 n ."' .. inning Oil lor too mm bis. minima ui w om ueiguooriy eompiiuiousmp was amounting In all to drifted back to his old liking for Wan- 1018, compared . with tho correspond lug period of the two preceding years, From January 1 to Juno 0, 1018, a total of 2,350 lorries and touring ears were exportod, having n value of up proximately 1,400,000, compared with .jft Drake with an ardor that spurred felt guilty and holpless under the 4,118 vehicles ln lOli and S.ijl In Hull out of all luggardness. As to gazo of her employer. Sho burst into 1010. The numiier or touring vars NnomI, sho was a blushing, sensitive tears nnd told her whdlo story. exported during tlio. nrst six montna young girl once more ns the visits or "Samuel Morso?" ho repeated tho ot J018 was 78, tins constituting a Wilbur Drake became as constant and namo after her. "Why, I destroyed record, for the figures of tho two pre tho papers lu that matter a month ngo. ceding years wore 214 and 509, re- You poor, faithful, but mlstnlcen child, spoctlvely. about twonty- rcsumed Marl himself for suggesting the visit to tho tinn.i to anear nt said hearing nnd lawyer's olllce. which had brouiiht show pnustj way snni appropriation about such n happy suggestion. Paul Your father did Indeed pay money to my father, but It wim to protect the memory nnd family of 11 dear friend who sold my father 11 forged note." Tlio reaction from tho tense strain ot fear was too much for Luella. Sho . It's True In Tcrre Haute Tho other day a primary teacher ln tho Torro Ilnute schools was teaching her youngsters nbout anlmnls. Sho had told them nbout domestic animals tottered and Robert Lndd caught her and then gave examples of tho cow 111 lllH flrillS. find tllmt (mil tint.. nlf, I llm nin rpi.m. olin 4,itm.1 In Itm I innlr ivtvuit- iil,lfi I,, iiuaimit.K. rn. tenderness, real interest, surged unMn children. "Oau't somo little boy name self tho credit for having solved the vintte Ills soul as Uo told her how ho loved Komo wild nnlnmls?" sho nskod. nroblem of all-around hunnlnoss for corded. ( lier. sulci hereinbefore specifically described should not bo forfeited and caneollod. STATU HOARD OF IRRIGATION, HIGHWAYS AND DRAINAOE, Hy G1CO. 13. JOHNSON, Stnte Engineer, Secrotnry. Dated this Hth day of March, 1919. (SEAL) ml 4 A12 SHHIUKF'S SAI.U llv virtue of nn ordor ot salo issued intorostlnr' ns nf vnro. I trnm thn District Court Of Lincoln The cozy sitting room of tho Bison Vu" Ki. "U"',.S,,U l ".X," r?o.,rt homo became n tcnl confessional ono whcroln Occidental iiulldlng and Loan nnsnlclons nvonlntr. AVHli tnnrknil pop. AsHOClatlon, a corporation, is p aintiit, " . " ' V . and Leon Gee Hoss. et al nro ueienu- strauit and then a genuine bubbling of ants, and tolmo directed, I will on tho emotion the two brothers and their Jjth dny of April. 1919. at 2 ; o'clock P. elster with somo circumlocution' nn- um,H m North Platto. Lincoln County. nounced the result of the reunion of Nebraska, soil at puuho Auction 10 Jl.n hvn fniHllloa Anil nf lln Illgnesi piuuer lur wn, w u ... .. iui"-1 hhIiI decree, interest ana costs, tne 101 weildlnir lollv. lilcr-honrteil Pniii TiUsnn lowinir described property, to-wlt: IjOl SIX IIIOCK BOYIJIHJ-IJOyoil 1 the original town 01 rorwi as surveyed, platted ana re NOTIOK OK INCOItl'OItATIOX. Notice Is hereby given that tho un dersigned, In pursuance of the Statutes of tho State of Nebraska, do associate themselves ln business as n body cor porated In tho manner and for the pur poses hereinafter mentioned. 1. The namo of the corporation shall bo Star Bottling and Mercantile Company. 2. Thb principal place of transact ing this business shall be ln the city of North Platto, Nebraska. 3. Tho general nature of the busi ness to be transacted by said corpora tion shall bo tho manufacture, pur chase and salo of carbonated bever ages and ciders, nnd to buy nnd sell nt wholesale, crushed fruits, syrups,frult, groceries, cigars and tobacco, and such other goods and merchandise as said corporation may, by a resolution of tho board of directors from tlmo de cide to handle, nnd said, corporation may do such other business as Is neces sary to carry out the main purposo, ot this corporation, and for that purpose snld corporation shall havo tho power to buy, sell and convey, lease, sub tense nnd lot such real ostato nnd buildings nnd appurtonancoB ns may be necessary and Incidental to tho proper and profitable conducting of snld business, nn(l mny do nnd per form sucli other nets and things as may bo incidental nnd necessary to the mnln powers of the corporation. 4. rho dnte of tho commencement of tho business of snld corporation shall be April 1, 1919, and It shall termlnnte businuss on the 1st day of April, 1969. G. The amount of capital stock au thorized is $75,000.00. $40,000.00 of which Is fully paid ln, the balance to bo paid In as tho Directors see fit to issue.. ' fi. Tho hiirhest amount of indebt edness to which this corporation shall at any time subject Itself, shall not ex ceed two-tmrus or us pain up cnpiuu ntnik. 7. The affairs and business ot me corporation shall bo conducted ny a Bonrd of Directors. President, Vico Prcsldent, General Manager, Socrotary nnd Treasurer. Dated March 17, 1919. JULIUS PIZKH KAY C. LANtit'ORD. HARRY M. PORTER. VJ. J .HALLIGAN. M1SA11 Notice to Non-lteldeut Defendant." Jessie AVilcox, nee Crocker, Ralph Wilcox, her husband, Richard Crocker, Mrs. Rlchnrd Crocker, his wife, real name unknown, Mary Crocker, single, nnd Paul Crocker, single, defendnnts, take notice that on the 4th day of April, 1919, G. J. Stwart, plaintiff, In an action wherein the said G. J. Stew art is plaintiff, nnd you and each of vou are defendants, filed his petition in the District Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska, atrainst snld defendants anu each of you, tho object and prayer of plaintiff's petition is to timet nis uue to the NE& -of Section 9, Township 10, Rango 32, Lincoln county, xseurasKiu Tho plaintiff alleges in ills petition that tho defendants claim some rlgnt to said real estate by virtue of their being the heirs of K. R. Crocker, de ceased, and by virtue of tho fact that tho sard P. R. 'Crocker nt one tlmo held n. mnrtirniro unon said real estate and also at one time had a conveyance by ciult-cl.vm deed to snld real estate. IUaintlff further alleges that the In-' debtednoss secured by said mortgage has been paid nnd that any cause of action thereon is barred b.r"the Statute of Limitations or tlio Ktate or iseuras ka; that plaintiff lias been In tho open, adverse possession of said land for more than ten years last past, nnd that the defendnnts and each ot them to tills action now have no right, titlo or interest ln and to said real estate. Plaintiff asks that his tltle.be quieted as against the claims of all the defend ants in and to said real estate. You are further notified that you are re quired to answer said petition on or before the 19th day of May. 1919. or judgment will bo rendered against you. unted tins 4tn nay oi April, isi. .O. J. STEWART, Plaintiff. Hy WILCOX & HALLIGAN and Rv H. BEATTY, His Attorneys. ,SM2 John could. .lie roso with alacrity. Uio contented sextette. Air . t..i ..til l . ..i . I "unosiij anu iiiuiausi - ue nuouicu. Dated North Platto, Nob., March 15th 1919. . A. J. SALISUUHV, M1SA1S Sheriff. i OltUEH 1'I.YINf OI.AIM HAYS lCntnte No. 1H1-. In tho Matter of tho Estate of Earl E TlMtlnr. linneased. Now on this 12th day of Mnrch, 1919, it la nrilnrnd bv tho Court that the Ad ministrator bo allowud onb yoar from this dato in "which to settle snld Estate, and creditors will bo nllowod until tho 24th day of Sept., 1919 to file their clnims, nfter snld date, claims will be forever barred. That on the 24th dny nt .Tnno. 1919. nnd the 24th day of Sopt., 191 a. nt 10 o'clock A. M. of each of said days, tho court and tho administrator will attend nt tne county cuun mum in snld countv. to receive, oxamlne, lienr, allow, nnd adjust claims. That notico of this order be given creditors and all porsons intorosieu in snm .o tate by publication of a notice for four successive weeks immediately preced ing Hi. "tlli ilnv nf June. 1919. in the North Platte Tribune, a legal Beml weokly newspaper printed and pub lished In Lincoln county, weurnsKa. v. WM. H. c: WOODHURST, M18Ar- . County Judgo I.KCAI, NOTICE Thndcus J. Foloy. Jennie S. Foley. Joseph II. McConnell, Mrs. Joseph H. Mcconnell, nis wire, real name un known, William II. Hamilton, Mrs. AVllliam II. Hnmolton, his wife, roal name unknown, Isaac J. Chltwood, Mrs. Isaac Chltwood, his wife, real namo unknown, Marshall V. Barry, Amanda Barry his wife, Anna S. Mur phy, Hazel Turplo and Noal Turple, her husband, Beatrice Turple, and Frank Turple, her husband, Juanlta Longloy nnd J. Rhode Longley, her husband, Emory W. Murphy, Jr., and-Mnry Mur phy, his wire, wnugh s. Murphy nnd Bonnie J. Murphy, heirs nt law of Em ory W. Murphy, deceased; the unknown heirs, uevlseos, legatees, and personal representatives of each and nil of said defendants who may be deceased, nnd nny and all porsons who have or may - claim to have any right. title or Interest In and to tho North West Quartor of the South East Quarter and West Half of North East Quarter und Njbrth East Quartor of North West Quartor of Sec tion 29, Township 9. Rango 29. In Lin coln County, Nebraska, will tako notico that on tho 7th day of April. 1919, Abraham, C, Barry, plaintiff heroin, filed his petition in the District Court of Lincoln County Nebraska, against snid defendants, the object and prayer of'whlch nro to removo certnln clouds therefrom nnd qulot nnd confirm the title of tho plnlntlff in and to the fol lowing desrrlbod ronl estate, to-wlt: The NorthWest Qunrtcr of the South East Quarter and West Hnlf of North Enst Quarter and North East Quarter of North WeRt Quartor of Section 29, Township 9, Range 29, in Lincoln Coun ty, Nebraska. You nnd onch of you nre required to answer said petition on or bqfore tho 19th dny of Mny, 1919. Dated this 7th day of April. 1919. ABRAHAM C. BARRY, Plaintiff. " By HOAGLAND & HOAGLAND, A8M2 His Attorneys.