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By AGNES G. BROGAN. (Copyright, ltlf, Wentem Newnpapar union; Angela rotul the nrtlcle nsnln, then put pnzliiK with dreamy oye. Into the street. Tho lilluntliropl.st whose good decdH were so often published, hud iniulo another endowment. Wlmt a bouutlftil Hfo must be ItlB.-Iti the gen erous flharlnn of riches. His? grudging Interviews with reporters, aroused An gela's Interest; who could Imagine great klmluesfi of heart, In one of such terseness of words? Kccentrlc the old gentlemen must be, she thought, and tuipatlont of praise. Then suddenly moved by a presump , tuotis thought, Angola's blue eyes wid ened. "Why not?" she murmured Into the dusk, and a mist clouded the blue eyes as she thought of Curley. Curley, at once the Joy, and anxiety of her life. It was one of .Angela's sudden Im pulses which had led her three yenrs ago to take upon herself the boy's care. Angola or Angel, as ho promptly call ed her, had been very young herwlf at the time. Her visiting days at the orphanage epileartd Curley to her moro and more, lie was such a brave little fellow with black eyes poarchlng, for sympathy and riotous dark locks matching the mischievous dimples In his cheeks. Their partings after each visit were so Idled with mutual regret, that Angela had gone to the superin tendent nt Inst and arranged for Cur ley's adoption. At homo In her tiny apartment, Angela was amazed at her self for her daring ; hut she had never regretted the net. Curley wns n con tinual comfort, making her evening homecomings n delight, always; he watched for her, needed her that was Angeln's Joy; and as Curley grew ho ' made himself wonderfully useful, No maid could hnvc prepared daintier meals or have learned to keep the rooms In better order. Oh I they were very happy these two, with wreaths In the windows at Christmas time, und picnicking days In summer. Angela was wise In Curley't Instruc tion,, and Curley ndored his Angel. For weeks Curley trudged through whiter snows, soliciting orders for a certain linn which bestowed gifts for each stated nmount, and In this way Curley earned a violin. Angela mar vcled at his aptitude with the bow. She was able to let him have few uhd pimple lessons. Hut the music Curley made up for her was very sweet to hear. It became n part of their pleas-1 tint evenings. Now, after all the promise of his future, Angela must send the boy away, nud where? Curley was still too young to support himself, yet In these three ycuiu of home life, he had been far removed from the orphanage. So, as Angola read the newspaper nrtlcle, there came to her another lm- pulhv, and she Jumped to her feet. "Why not?" she whispered again. Her cheeks were Hushed as she hur ried along the street and her eyes ishonu through their tears. She would seek the philanthropist In his home and . beg from hlni a chance for Curley. Perhaps when sho told, the man of all their dreams of how good and dear and bravo was her hoy, perhaps the ' heart of .lames Hitler would he moved to do for Curley what she herself found Impossible. Hut Angela had not counted upon the dllllcuUy of nn Interview, "You must arrange for nit appoint ment with Mr. Hitler's secretary," the door man told her. Angela turned away. Then, as no other course seemed possible, she de cided to see upon tho following day the secretary; and alio took Curley with her. peasant-faced young man ran ,-n the Steps of tho mansion Just as t A dow she and Curley started to ascend. Sho fancied, front the bulging papers In 'jiilH pockets, that this might be the sec retary himself. So Angola met the ..young man with the question: "As I cannot see Mr. Rider," she .wild, "I wish to take up tt matter with his secretary," The young man bowed, and linnu'dl n..i.. i.ni.i ........ f,.- .i, i,i,u.. ,iMp oiuio iivim wiv ivi ...... .7v ........ ill nil Iliiiui:t-IYU iiimuj. nnn . Curley standing between them, tho man looked nt Angela and smiled, ' "What can I do for you 7" he asked. Earnestly then sho told her story. ' "Curley would be worthy of any kindness Mr. Rider could give him," she finished tremulously. But the hoy nestled to her fide. "I'd rather be near you, Angel," lu said, "than have ull the kindness of the world." Tho pleasant-faced young man arose Ihrlskly. Ills voice sounded husky too. I "I'm not exactly u secretary," he confessed. "In foct, I think I fhall need a trusty business secretary my rnelf. Curley might ho educated along that Hue while he Is finding out what lio Is going to do with his music. He 'cmild begin by making himself awful ihero right now, I'll speak to the house- keener about bis room." "You arc sure," Angela asked breath lessly. "that Mr. Rider will ho ugreo- ablo7" "I know him well," the young man , 1. 1.... .1,.,.,., i..t,x t,nr ,,i,r repneu, . .. lace, "i nm 4u .. v.. - . said. And bo strangely do things happen, 1- that It Is now Angela who atwlsts tho pbanthroplst In extending goou worn TTor as Mrs Jamss Rider, iter opportun- se m 'e'r8 old- records going BhouUl not bo issued to said petitioners. i nw as larco as hor loving heart, -un HB fr as u,e four. fl un, Dated at North Platto, Nebraska, Do l. ?!w .ll Zo JZ over beaut 1 Uoh In Egypt (2457-2DS0 H. comber 5. 1919. t T ho says "lu thinking ot them CARRIED THE SAVIOR'S CROSS Simon of Cyrcne Presied Into Servlcti Through Accidental Meeting on That Dread Day. . . There Is n more or less general he- , lief that Simon, who carried the cross for Jesus, was a negro. While there Is no direct evidence on this point, he was probably a white man and a Jew. The city of Cyrene, from which he came, .was In northern .Africa, but It was a Creek city and the Jews were settled there In large numbers. Simon was a Jewish name ami not likely to have been borne by u native African. St. Mark speaks of him as one Simon, a Cyrcnlnn, the father of Alexander and Hufus, both of whom were well known Jews nnd white. Tho curious thing about Simon's carrying the cross on Which Jesus was to be crucified was that ho had nothing to do with the proceedings before Pontius Pilate, and was forced Into the service of carrying the cross. Matthew, after describing the trial nud tho surrender of .Tonus to tlje crowd, says: "And they came out, and they found a man of Cyrene, Simon by name; him they compelled to bear Ills cross." Mark says: "And they compelled one Simon, a Cyrcnlnn, who passed by, coming out of the country, tho father of Alexander and Hufus, to hear Ills cross." Luke says: "And ns they led Him away they laid hold on one Simon, u Cyrenlan, coming out of tl!o country, and on him they laid the cross, that he might hear It for .Testis." These accounts lndlcnto that the crowd metSlmon by chance and that he was pressed Into the serv ice of cnrrylng the cross. ni n RAT HKTORIPAI ' RFI IR OLD BAT HISIUKIUAL ntLIU Bowdoln College Treasures Memento of Baseball Game Played Over Half a Century Ago. A note In a current American news paper has peculiar Interest for lill those American citizens who are In terested In the national parne. How doln college hns come Into possession of the baseball but, long In the keep ing of tho Mnlne Historical society, which was used more than fifty yenrs ago In the tlrst panic ever played be tween that college nnd an outside team. The old bnt, mndo nf spruce, tin the very day of tho game, Is about the size of tho hats still In use, and, If the college had ,won tho game, would doubtless have remained ever since In n collegiate atmosphere. Hut the Sunrise team, made up of boys from the town of Brunswick, defeated tho collegians, In that day of long scores, to the tune of -10 to 42, nnd the bat, Inscribed with the names of nil the players, went to the winners. Lat er they gave It to the historical so ciety, which now presents It to tho college. Hut In 1800 no one of the players could have foreseen n tlniQ when what Is said to he the oldest baseball hat In tho country would ho un object of national Interest. Chris tian Science Monitor. Raising Blrda In Captivity. The first attempts to produce a do mestic supply of parrots nnd cockatoos were made with inctibntors. This was unsuccessful. The eggs hatched, but the baby birds perished for lack of mother's care In feeding them, all young birds of the pnrrot family being foil from the pnrent bird's crop, like doves or pigeons. Efforts were mnde to feed the lncuhntor-hntched birds by hand, but to raise a single parrot by this method nlmost required the serv ices of a special nurse. Setting par- rots and cockatoos were then tried, nntt wan greater success, u m iu-suhb room Is virtually an artificial jungle In which the temperature Is kept at 110 degi rees F. Humidity Is mnln- y numerous tiny spray pipes luirge onto the sand lloor upon talned by tbnt dlst which the birds mnkc their nests. John Edwin Hogg In Popular Median- les Magazine. . i y- I ! . 1 r , Anyone who bus n collection of nlnll tnnta nr!i im htns. drills, etc.. wiu ftiwi if n. mi ninn tn Hup the tool drawers with corrugated paper, . so that each tool will keep lr proper rki.ini nmt h nnniiv iitmllflnl. savs ' : Ponular Meclianics .iiiignzinc. u tuei'mio uunu ui mu i muu vnnt mhuui ntinmlinr In th npfphtiorhooil of the drawer contnlns considerable mols- ture( as Is likely In districts along tho l l l ,wli.lo,,IM,. tn un nniln tlu " I, ; corrugnted paper with oil, so that It mnv creen around the small tools nnd tirpsprve them. As the numbers stnmn- e(1 on nrft usually too small to be easily rend, It Is good policy to gluo ea board at the position occupied by each tap, with the number, size, and number of threads per inch clearly marked Fashions Always With Us. In nothing Is custom moro rigid nt relentless in Its minute exactions than In woman s dress. It has been so from me j,v. y ,. .-....- ... ai.UiH 1 mill If ! into IvnotillilA tA compute nine -in me prruisuric mi, 0110 wmiiu ugiiuurw main iniu oimiio flftfcen thousund or so years ugo there was rnbld Jealousy between rival stylo loaders of the stone uge. As far back 11.,. t in...ft... ........ ...1., . wv ,B ,..U y01"14"' iWcss anu sivio leuueiicies were mui trs of crave concern to husbands and - . .,. ":.". nm",u ""' makers of expensive cloths. hiuusuh ure uuuuuiij iviiuwh lu W. when Memphis was tho cupltal OAS ENGINE FOR SALE. Four horso power Fairbanks ga englno In good running order. JJrod book's Meat Market. 8Gtf NOTICE. To Stonhon Plrkoy and Mrs. Steph- nn Plrlnv. Iitd wlfiv flrHr .ntwl riat namo unknown, their holrs, devisees, ..,'.'., i,i, ,i,.i.,,. logateos, personal representatives, and all porsons interested In tho es tates of tho said Stephen Plrkoy, and Mrs. Stephen Plrkoy, his wife, or eith er of thorn; James B. Turner and Mrs. James H. Turner, his wifo, first and roal namo unknown, their heirs, devi sees, legatees, porsonal representa tives, and all other porsons inter ested hi the estates of tho snld James 13. Turner nnd Mrs. James 13. Turner, his wife, or either of them, and tho Northeast Quarter (N'KVi) of Section Ton (10), and the Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of Section Elovoii '(11). all In Township Eloven (11) North, Hango Thlrty-throo (33). west at the Cth P. M., Lincoln county, Nebraska, and all porsons claiming any Inter est of any kind in said real estate or any, part thereof, defendants: You and each of you and said abovo described roal ostato aro hereby noti fied that Benjamin B. Simmons, plaintiff, filed his petition in tho dis trict court in and for Lincoln county, Nebraska, against you and each of you and ngulnst said real estate on tho 28th day of November, 1919; plaintiff alleges In his petition that ho Is the foe simple owner of said de scribed real cstato; that Stephen Plrkoy and Mrs. Stephen Plrkey. his wife, claim some right, title or cstato In and to the South Half (SV6) of the Northwest Quarter (NWJ4) of Section Elovon (11), and the Northeast Quar ter (NE4) of Soctlon Ton (10), all In Township Eloven (11) North, Range Thirty-three (33) west of the Cth P M., Lincoln county, Nebraska, by rsa- lH0U r a corta,n mortgago executed by Jo,m 0rrison aua wlt0( Allcc G. Orrlson, which appears of record in the ofllco of tho county clerk of Lin coln county, Nebraska, and rocorded In Book "40" of mortgages, at page 50C, but plaintiff alleges that said debt for which said mortgago was Riven has been paid, but no release has over boen given, and that tho said Stephen Plrkey and tho said Mrs, Stephen Plrkoy, his wife, their heirs dovlsoes, legatees, personal represen tatives nnd all other porsons Inter ested In their estates, or olthor of them, hnvo no right, title or interest In and to said described real estate and said mortgage should be re leased. Plaintiff further alleges that ho Is tho owner In fee simple and In possession of tho said Northwest Quarter (NWty) of Section Eleven (UL in Township Eiofon (11) Nortli, Itango Thlrty-throo (33), west ot the 6th P. M Lincoln county, Nebraska, and that plaintiff and his grantors have been in the open, continuous nnd advorso possession of the same as against tho defendants and as against all persons claiming by or through tho defendants and each of them and against tho wholo world for more than ten years last past, nnd that by reason thoroof, any claims of tho do fondants and each of them aro barred' by tho statuto of limitations, and", the defendants and oach of thorn have- no right, title or Interest in and to said 1 M L I The object and prayer of plaintiff's petition is to quiet title In and to all of said' described real estato, and to excludo pach and all of tho defendants from any right, title, Interest In and to said lands and for such other relief as may bo Just and equitable. You and each of you aro horoby no tified that you must answor said petl tlon on or before the 12th day of Jnn- uaryi 1920, or decree and Judgment WJU bo takon nnd entered against you. BENJAMIN D. SIMMONS, d2-d26 Plaintiff By Goo. N. Glhbs, His Attorney. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estato No. 1702 of Mary A. Shnants, t,eceaBcdi Iu" t10 county Court of Lln- coin County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, ss: Credl- tors of said estato will tako notice that tho tlmo limited" for prosenta- tlon and filing of claims against said estate Is April 2, 1920, and for sot- "eiTjent of sold estate Is November ; that . I will sot at the county court room In said' county on Jnnu- ary 2 1020, at 9 o'clock a. m., and on April 2, 1920, at 9 o'clock a. in., to re ceive oxamlno, hear, allow, or adjust UU claims and objections duly filed. WM, li. U. WUUUHUKbl', d2-d2G County Judge Tnkem ITp. Taken up on or about September 1st bv tho undorBlcnod'Who resides a half "... "..,. ; Tr-t, llOUBO, a roan mill, UUUUL o jt'iinj uiu wlKt. about 1000 pounds, bunch on "5 - nTXX "nd I "-"" " " ' " f. o take animal away, ALPHA OLSON. . NOTICE J In N'0 mattor-oC the- entato ot Louis Armstrong, thiceased. In tho County Court of Lincoln Connty, .NobrasKa, " '" a"" Notlco Is hereby siren that Wllllarm A. Armstrong and Ueorgo T. SldwoU' on DecomborB. 1919, filed In this court a duly authenticated copy of tho last Will and Testament of Louis Arm- . ,...1 . ,f ... 1 1 ...1 t. nr. . ri,i ... n. ni.,, r-X,, I, Cook Coimty mtnotB. and which win -ni,. tn linth rpi .Ulll nort!onal I ' . . . ostato anm also meir poiuion prying uint tiie saltl instrument uo aumiuea i q prooaie anu vnai loiors losuiiiiom.' ary bo Issued to thorn, upon tho estato of said Louis Armstrong, deceased, and that Bald potltlon will bo heard before I thn Oolltitv t'nnrt In ihn rnllrt luiiin lit " ; n ; nrm ;, - -" . " S? !l or Nebraska, on , -7tn uay of uecomuor, I'JVJ, at nino o'clock a. m., at which ttmo any one mn). nppoar Iina cont08t tho probate of s,(, WU nnd Bhow cnU8o; lf nny uu there be, why lottors testamentary of (SEAL) WM. II. C, WOODHURST, ED. KIERIG, Auctioneer i General Farm Sales u Specialty. References ami Dntcs nt First Na tional Hank, North IMnttc, Neb. 100 Enst Third St. Phono 012 Dora E. Robinson. December .'1. T. J. O'llricn, December 10. Carl Smith, December 1(1. It. Marshall, January 2. Frank Strolllierg, Februnry 23. Charlie Shlnn, February 27. THE TWINEM HOSPITAL, I"0 aiiticle ni. I The prenoral nature of tho business 1008 WEST FODKTII STREET, to bo transacted by this' corporation V,,rtli PlnMn iViii,- .shall bo to buy, sell, trade and doal In, florin 1IBUC, flCur. int wil0CBaj0 nna rctall, fcrocerles, J)ro. Fir thA trnatmnnt nf Mnrllrnl cii,rl?lPoi 1 visions, food supplies, wares, voKeta uor tne treatment or Meaicai, aurgicai ,)08 pr0(luco nml ttU othor articics nnd Obstetrical Cases. A Place and thlnirs Innldnntnl to n ceneral cro- where tho sick are cared for so as to bring about normal conditions In the , , , . .., , i.R, easiest, most natural and scientific manner, 1 Plinifa 110 North IMnlfi. TVnh ' 1110110 Jiorill liatte, flCP. TZZZZZZTTZZZTTZTZZZZZl NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (incorporated) One Hall Block Nortli ol Posloftice. I'bone 58 , i A modrrn Institution for the iduntific 'treatment of medical, surgical and confinement cases. Completely equipped X-Ray and diagnostic laboratories. Staff: . Geo. 6. Dent. M. D. V. Lucas, M. D. J. B. Redfield, M. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D. I) It. HAROLD FENNER Osteopath Over Hirsclifelil's off ico Phone 333 Res. Phone: 1020 R. I. SHAFPELL Auctioneer Dates can bo made at tho Platte Valley State Bank or Phone 156 Sutherland, Nebraska, I always take stock: buyers with vac. Office Phone 340 Res. Phono 12j7 DR. SHAFFER, Osteopathic Physician Belton Bldg. North Platte. Neb. Phone for Aonolntmentt ' JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D. Special Attention Given to' Suruery McDonald Bank Building Office Phono 83 Residence 33 GEO. B. DENT, Phsylelan and Surgeon. Special Attention Given to Surgery uBd Obstretrles. Office: Building & Loan Building Phoaea: Office 130, Residence 115 IR. REI)FIEL1 Pbysieinn. Obstetrician Snrtreon, X-Ray Calls-Srroiaptry Answered Night or ay , rtS?x, Twitf,,.,,.,, 676 Vhoa 0Wlte fr" uosmoegbo DOCTOR D. T. QUIGJiEY Practice Limited to Surx.ery nnd Radium Therapy 788 CM nnk uanS. Omaha, Neb?8ki ALBERT A. LANE, Dentist . . n r-, !-... n nootae i iuwi 6 dbiiou n6 North Platto. NebraaU. DOCTOR C. A. SELBY Physician and SargeoM Office oTcr RoxolL Drug Store Office Phono 371. House 1068 Office phone 241. Res. phono 217 L. C. DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - Nebraska. Knights ot Co-lumbus Building. W. E. FLYNN ATTORNEY-AT-LA ftrfo. McDonald Bank. yfjco pj,ono 1130 Res. Phone 1120 I. D. BROWNFIELD, General Auctioneer. T,l,e Start and Farm Sales. Phone - . tno. or Wire at My Eiponso lor notes. HERSHEY, NEBRASKA. DERRYDERltT & FORBES, Llcoused Embamers Undertakers and Funeral Dlrectori Dny phqne 41 1 Night phone Black 588 AiiTiCMss or iNt'tmronATioiv XOIITII l'LATTI! HfltUTY . A.SSOCIATIO.V .ortli rinitr, l.lnrnlit County, ArlirnNUu, Know nil ntott by these presents: That we, whoso names are hereto at tached, have associated oursolves to gothor for the purposo of forming a co operative corporation Undor the laws . , r I. U(n,n 9 MMf.r4.atrn 1 II .1 tn flint purpose, do horeby adopt tho following rtlcloH of Incorporation: AUTICLE I. The namo of this corporation nhn.lt be "North Platte Equity 'Association. i AltTICLH It. I Tho principal place of transacting , the business of this corporation shall ' ho In the alt j- of North Platto, Lincoln , county, Nebraska, and such other places as the Hoard of Directors shall eery, vegetable, food supply, ipoUltry, n5vlPaT;.JiC0Sn,i.pr ?A?n Slfi pantile business, to construct, buy, leae lltuI otherwise ncqulro. and t6 oporate, sell, trade and otherwise make uso of elevators for the storaRO' or BrallH liml cereals of all classes; to carry on tho business of BlaURhterinK' nil irlniln nf nnttln nnil nnlmnta. llanf) I for tho purpose of food, to manufac ' turc and dlsnoso of tho offal of tho same, nnd to establish nnd erect cold stornRo, and refrigerators, stables, pens, and buildings, necessary to con 1 duct the slaughtering business, and to ' do whatever clso may be necessary nnd useful for the business of slauRh- torlnu cntMo and animals Intondpd for 1 food, and In inanfncturlnBr and dlsnos . lnit of tho oftal of tlio sarno; to buy, sell, stbrc. cure, manufacture nnd oth- Icrwlse handle fresh, salt and smoked meats, unit, oysters and sea food pro I ducts; to buy, soil, own, raise, ship and , otherwise handle all kinds of farm and dairy products, llvo stock, poultry; and , domestic, foreign and manufactured food products: to buy. sell, manufac turn, and deal In Ice; to maintain re- frlRerntors for frozen products, and to conduct a jrenoral cold storatre busi less, tp manufacture, buy, prepare and soil Icp cream and lecs, as well as milk cream. Ingredients for making Ico cream and ices; to buy and sell all Kinds or lumber, cement, coal; to buy sell, leie. exchange, dispose or, nr otherwise- deal in all kinds of machln 'ery. enirinecriiiR and hard waro-special I ties, gasoline or pas engines and mo tors, steam engine"), bo!!"", H",trl',al motors, farm machinery, rarnr yiulp iinent, wire, dairy Mupplles vehicles ano mncninory and appliances or every kind, nature and description, to buy, sen, nnd deal in seeds and poultry feed, to carry on a general hardwnre burnous, Including the purchase ami nmo 01 ait Kinds or Hardware pt vnoio salo end retail; to purchase and m-'f furniture and articles used In the fur nlshing and equipment of banks' the atres, churches, schools, residences and I ottior puiiuc and private builiungB; to- buy. soli, trade and deal In grain, fyed. , hny, straw ninf other agricultural pro ducts at wnolesiuo and retail; to buy sen and deal in at wnoiesale and retail dry goods, clothing, wearintr apjareT nnd textile fabrics of every kind, hatii, capH. miuinory, boots, snoes, ruriusbing goods, fancy goods, and nil articles and merchandise of like general char acter and description, and to conduct the business of general dry-goods and clothing merchants, tailors, drapers, hab erdashcrs, milliners, dressmakers and general outfitters; to manufacture, .buy and sell bread, cakes, pies, crnokers, biscuit, pastry, ice cream and other food products nnd nil kfnds of pastry bread stuffs and other sfmllar articles to buy sell, lease, store and repair .automobiles nnd motoi vehfclos of nil descriptions nnd their pnrtn and ucces sorfes; and to manufacture and sell automobile tops, bodies and otlicr auto mobile parts, and to proaide ana main tain restaurants, Inns, eating' houses or places or entertainment and re. freshment: nnd to do all things Incl dent to tho genoral transaction of the character of business hereinbefore enumerated and Implied; to mnko and perform contracts of anv kind and dps crlntforf. and fn carrying on Its busl Tiess', or for tho purpose of attaining or furthering any of its objects, to do any nnd air things wnicn n natural person could do and exercise, and which now or hereafter mar be authorized by law and' Irr the purchaso or acquisition of property, business rights, or francnls es. or for additional working capital or for any other object In or about its business- or affairs, and with limit as to amount, to incur debt, and to raise borrow unrr secure the payment ot mon ey In any lawful manner, tnciuditur th Ibsup ami sale or other disposition of bonds, warrants, debentures, onuga tlons. neirotfablo nnd transforrabfo In strumeivrs nnd evidences of Indebted ness of afl kinds-, whether secured by mortgage, pledge, deed or trust or oth erwise: and to own. lense. and sell such personal and real proporty as may be necessary and userul ror tno trnns nctlon of fhe business and the accom pllshment of, the purpose of this cor. Iiuriiftiuii. ARTICLE TV. This cornorntlon shall continue for period of ntnety-nlne (DO) years, be ginning- with the date of incorpora lion, unions wuonur uibsuivbii ui;i:ui,iiiii to law. ARTICLE V. The nmount of eanlt.il stock of th! cornoratloir shnll be Two Hundred TlioiiBanir fS200.00n Dollars divided Into Twenty Thousand (zo.uuuj snares of the par value of Ten Dollars ($10.00) each. Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) shall be be fully paid tn nt tiin timn or commencement 01 Business, This stock shnll be non-assessable. The highest nmount or indebtedness to which thlB corporation shall at any time subject Itself shall not exceed two-thirds or tne paid-up capital siock ARTICLE VI. Tho affairs of this corporation- shall be contracted by a board or .seven 1 1 ) HlrAKhftrx. who ntint! he elected' nrrnual- ly by tho stockholders. Tho board of directors shall elect a president, a. vice president, a secretary and a treasurer from their own number. The names and' places of residence of the members of this board of directors selected to manage and control all tho business and prudential nffalrs of this corporation until their successors nre etecieu wnu qualified are; Name Address, Edffar II. Dawson. North Platte, Nebr. Harry M. Johnson. North Platte, Nen. Nebr William Ebrlght, R. F.D, Bc-x U, North Pjotte, Near. ' .... Thos. .Orton, 209 S. aiapto St., North Platte Netir. Qene CrooV. 319 S. Chestnut St.. North Wm. Rlmants, Box 545, North Tlatto, Neb. ARTICLE VII. . , Th Rtnpkholdnrs shall have authorl ty to enact by-laws suitable for the nnnilnnt nnd mnnncemont of the cor poration business. The by-laws may restrict and limit tho right of porsons to own nnd transfer the shares of stock of this corporation. ARTICLE VIII Theso articles may be amended at any regular or speclol meeting of tho HtnM.-lmlrlrirfl. nrovlded that a written notlco of tho proposed amendment shnll be mailed ton days In advance of said meeting to each of tho stockholders nt their last known place of residence. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wo havo hereunto sot our hnnds this day of November, 1919. Name Address Thos. Orton. North Platte, Nebr. Ellis Eglehoft. North Plntte, Nebr. Xf TTnves. North Plntte. Nebr. U. H. Morrow, North Platte, Nebr. Oeo. W. Eddy. North Platte. Nebr. Roy Lanntn. North Platte, Nebr. Chester C Williams, North Platto, Nebr. 8. V. Throckmorton. North Vlatte, Neb. Win. O. Sheedy, North Platte, Nebr. uene crooK, North Platte. Nebr. I. Roy Dorran. North Platte. Nebr. W. W. Yates, North Platto, Nebr. O. 11 HufT. North Platte, Nebr. M. It. nuchtol. North Platte, Nebr. S. Cornwall. North Platto Nebr. Itob't. M. WooUs, North Plntte, Nebr. E. II. Vates. North Pliittp. Nebr. John T. Stewart, North Platte, Nebr. Samuel M. Souder, North Platto, Nebr. Win. J. Stewart, North Platte. Nebr. Win. Ebrlght, North Platto, Nebr. vroa 11. Thompson, Nocth Platte, Nebr. L,oy E. EbrlRht, North Platto. Nebr Win. Hlnmnts. North PhUte, 'ebr. W. V. Vosolpkn, North Plntte Nobr.- . ij. is. iiantinRH, North Platte, Nebr. E. M. Dawson, North Platte. Nobr. Ilorshey S. Welch, North Platte, Nebr. Harry M. Johnson, North Plntte, Nobr. Chnrls P. Burroughs. North Plntte Nebr. n25dlt) Kotlce of Petition. Estate No. 1706 of Albert M. Selbort, decoased, in tiie County Court of L.111-. coin County, Nebraska. Tho State of Nebraskn. To all per- ons Interested in said estate tnko no tice that a petition has been tiled for tho appointment of P. C. Piolstlcker as dniliilstrator of said estate which has een sot for hearing herein on Decem ber 19, 1910, at 9 o'clock n. m. uateil November is. 191U. (HEAL) WM. H. C. WOODHUIIST z&diz County JudRo. NOTICE n the matter of tho estate of Thomas Connolly, deceased, In tho County Court of Lincoln County. Nebraska. To tho Holrs and all Porsons Interest ed In Said Estate. Notice Is hereby given that Kate Connelly, ns administratrix of said es tate, filed her llnal account herein on November 18, 1919, and also her appli cation for the assignment of tho real state belonging to said estate, to-wit, an undivided one-eighth interest In and to the title in Ice to all the southeast Quartor (SEU) of Section twenty .jfour 24). in Township Thirteen (13). North of Range Thirty (30). West Gth. P. al and that said final account and "appli cation for the assignment of said es tate will be heard before the county Court In the court house In the City of North Platte, County of Lincoln and State of Nebraska, on the 1G th day of December. 1919. '.at 10 o'clock A. M.. at which time any person Interested may appear and show causor lf any there be, why the the said final account bould not bo niiDroved nnd allowed and tho said estate assigned as provid ed by law. Dated at North 1'iatte. iNeurasica, November 18. 1919. WM. H. C. WOODHUIIST, n25d!2 County Judge. 1RS. STATES & STATES Chiropractors S, C, 7 Building & Loan Building. Office Phone 70. Res. Phone 1242 TENTS AWNINGS COVERS I'ORCn CURTAINS North Platte Tent and Awning Co. 109 West Sixth Street NORTH PLATTE, NEBR, Phono 210 AUTO CURTAINS AUTO TOPS Big Price for Furs, Dont sell your Furs before see ing me. Furs' are high and I am offering the top prices. L. LIPSHITZ. w. t. rnrrcHARi). Graduate Veterinarian Bx-Goversment "Veterinarian and ex- nsslstant deputy State Veterinarian Hospital S15 South Tine Street. Hospital Phone Black 633. House Phone Black 633 Notice to Creditors Eatato No. 1700 .of Major A. White, de ceased In the County Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. The Sate of Nebraska, ss. Creditors of said' estate will take notlco that the tlmo limited for presentation and fil ing of claims against said estate is March 19th, 1920,. and for settlement of said! estate is Novomber 13th, 1920; that r will sit at the county court room in. said county, on December 18th, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., and on Marchi 19, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m., to receive, examine, hear, allow, or adjust all cl.alms and objections duly filed. (SBA. WM. H. C. WOODHURST, nl8dl2 County Judge. Beeler, Crosby & Basklns, Atty. NOTICE. Harry R. Holdeman and Leda N. Holdeman will take notice that on the 4th day of November, 1919, W. H. C. Woodhurst, county Judgo of Lincoln county, Nebraska, issued an order of attachment for tho sum of $22.10 and costs of suit in un action pending be fore him wherein North Platto Light & Power Company, a corporation, is plaintiff and Harry R. Holdeman and Leda N. Holdeman aro defendants, that property consisting of 2 night shirts, 3 shirts, 5 union suits, 1 silk waist, 1 cut glass pitcher, 1 pillow cover, 1 bath robo, 10 yds. drapery, 3 dresses, cont and vest, 3 skirts, 10 books and holders, 12 pictures framed 3 aprons, lady's coat, 1 bath rug, 1 pr. leather logglns, 1 lady's haiul bag, 1 steel Ashing rod, boy's coat and hat, 1 electric fixtures, 1 doublo blanket, (cotton), 1 feather bed, 2 barrels glass and crockery, 1 soldier's uni form (coat and pants), 17 dollies. 10 pennants, 2 table cloths, 2' pillow slips, 13 towels, 1 wool vest, 2 tablo pads, cutlery, 3 fancy, baskets, 2 dresser scarfs, 1 conter piece, 3 piano scarfs, fj bed sheets, 3 bed spreads, piece ot now cloth, pteco of plush cloth, 1 comb tray, 14 handkerchiefs, 4 cur tains, 1 cotton blanket, 6 pillows with slips and 8 quilts and sundry house hold articles, has been attached under said order. Said causa was contin ued to tho 22d day of Decembor, 1919, at ten o'clock a. ni. Dnted this 29th day, of November. 1919. NORTH PLATTE LIGHT & POWER COMPANY, Plaintiffs. d2-19 . ' ' me men Known worm. a--u County Judge oth."