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1 ill: j ikvxvijti rmvi i, m jmiu-mmui i iviuuniv 11 1 . i w i i . ii - i ii i .I. i. i- - . WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY INTERESTING ITEMS VROJtl EX . CHANGES WHICH REACH OUR DESK. CITY WATER Tho work on tho city waterworks Ib moving along In flno shape and It won't lie long until the water is turji ed on. Sutherland Courier. TUB LIMIT One of tho meanest men we ever happened to know mado a practice of giving his little girl a nlcklo to go to lied oarly, Btolo It from her while Bho was nsleep and then whipped her tho noxt morning for losing It, Maxwell Telcpost. AT OSIIKOSH Clnrcnco Stephenson cumo up from No' th Plntto Tuesday where ho toolcj a joung man by tho namo of Wilson to tho hospital on Monday who had been r.ccldontally shot whllo adjust ing an automatic shot gun. Ills loft arm wait badly shot up and ho will probably loso his left eye, Tho acci dent occurred on tho Stephenson rnnc!. northeast of hero. Garden Co. News. ANOTHER BAND Sutherland Is going to have ono of mo ucbi nanus in tno western part of tho state ono of theso days boforo very long. About twenty jplayors aro prac ticing twico a week and aro making very good muBlc for tho tlmo they havo been at it A band Is somothlns ovory town should havo, and as Ion;r as the boys have started our people' suouiu givo tnom encouragement both financially and by speaking a good word for them at nil times. Suther land Courier. TEASPOONFUL OF BRAINS A fossil skull of somo sort of pro historic boost or reptllo was found out In Iloudoboau canyon last week and brought Into tho Courlor office by Leon Oberlandor. It Is tho upper Jaw and skull, something like fourteen Inches long, tho toeth being tho not ablo part of It. Thoy denote it as a meat eating crenturo, apparently a jreptlo or croeplng thing, and with spaco for nbout u tcaspoonful of .brains. Tho fossil will bo turned over to the stato museum, when no doubt tho scientific namo and character of tho bruto will become known. Gor ing Courlor. THREE ROBBED Three business 'houses In Lexing ton were brokon Into lust Sunday night nftor or during tho rain. In euch case windows In tho roar of tho build ings afforded an entrance to the thief o: thieves. jRaser's meat market was ontored nn,i about $15 in chango taken. Ai this plnco tho robbers loft opon tho ice bpx door anj scattered butchor tools all over the market At tho harness Bhop of Ray Lono they got about two dollars In change and somo stamps anj Mr. Lono thinks thoy took a pair of leather gloves but is not cortaln. Probably tho first place broken lnty was Tom Marshall's blacksmith shop. Here thoy took tools with which the prlod opon tho windows at tho other two places. No clues as to who tho robbers are havo boon found fut from foot prints left at tho dlfforont places It was not boys who commited ho butrglarjl Lexington Ploneor. AN ADVANCE MOVE Thoro are many boys and girls In oTcry communly who aro deprived of a high school education becauso of tho necessity of working on tho Tarin In tho fall nnd spring. In or der to givo thorn a chanco for an edu cation, courses will bo given this corn- FOR GOODNESS SAKE A Bottle a Day to Keep the Doctor Awoy Two Bottles a Day these Days Whistle, Crcon River, Coca-Cola, Cherry Blossoms, Hires Root Reor, Dew a special fruit flavor. Prepared by specialists in our line. We also ac knowledge having the only sanitary and fully equipped bottling and manufacturing plant in Western Ne braska' VISITORS WELCOME. Star Bottling & Mercantile Co. Ins? school year for their boueflt. Tho pupils will be allowed six weeks lu the fall ani six weeks In the spring to work at home and at the same time be enrolled as a student in High School. The remaining six months will bo given to resident work at the school building. Courses will bo giv en In Agriculture and Farm Carpentry for the boys and Domestic Science and Agriculture for the girls, other cours es may bo given. Upon satisfactory work at homo nnj school, credit will e given for the entire year, If any one Is Interested, would be glad to meet them and talk to them about the work. Supt. II. C. Norman In Her shey Times. CAN YOU BEAT IT? Gothenburg claims the champlon Bhlp bovine performance. On Friday night of last week a cow at the Geo. Dutorbaugh .farm became mother to four hqlfpr "ealyes. The mother and daugntors nrp doing won, inanit you If thero ls-anylcvont In the annals of rapid famlljjgrowth In Hereford cat tlo circles tgjovertop tills remarkable. occurrence we have not heard of It, The mother fa lust an ordinary cow as cows go, hilt sho Is mindful of her feat In producing holfer quadruplets, for Bhe shows almost a laughing face as she licks her offsprings and urges them to stand ui and be admired by the curious throngs which have flock ed to tho Butorbaugh farm. The calves aro very similar in form, slzo and markings, and though about half natural slzo at birth aro daily becpin ing stronger and quite chipper. Tho proud mother cau lay claim to flv5 children In eleven months. "Can you beat It." How fortunate for the cow mothor that thero aro only four! A fifth calf might have starved accord ng to our knowledge of the mother cow's facilities for nourishing her young. Gothenburg Independent. MATURE STUDY IN OUR CITY PARKS. FROGS. Along tho river bank tyi the City Park the common frogs aro to bo found during the spring and summer, Thoy live in the shallow water along the bank and deposit the eggs thero Fish and birds like tho eggs, so na- turo has provided a sticky, disagree able Jolly about the eggs which mof t birds and fish do not like. Then tho eggs aro colored white on one sldo i and black on the other. Tho black side Is always up as tho eggs float In tho water and so they aro not easily ' seen by tho birds above. In tho samo way tho white sldo Is underneath and so tho fish do not readily see the eggs from below. The eggs hatch Into tadpoles which swim In tho water and havo no feot. Theso gradually chango into frogs and complete tho develop niont from gills llko a fish to lungs llko a mammal Frogs live entirely on Insects and so aro helpful In keoplnr down the flies and other harmful In- soots. Bull frogs aro used as food but most of the othor kinds are too small to bo worth tho trouble. Frogs are absolutely harmless and should never bo killed unless for some good use. (Hougland & Cnrr, Attorneys.) NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT. Estato No. 1G10 of Evangoltno Cough, docoasod, In tho County Court of Lincoln County, Nobraska. Tho State of Nobraska, to all per sons Intorosted In said estato tako ,no otco that tho Administrator has filed i final account and roport of his ad ministration and a petition for final settlement and discharge as sucu which havo been set for hearing bo foro Bald court on August 23, 1921 nt 10 o'clock a. m., when you may appear and contest the samo. Dated July 29, 1921. WM. H. C. WOODHURST, (SEAL) County Judge. ::o:: Rov. Patrick McL,tld roturned Sat urday twin a week's st.y In Louisville KoniucUy Clinton & Son. Graduate Opticians. I fry us for service. , O.v riv Russell and Dewoy McGrow i roturned t' Fn:ton yesterday after spending Sunday vlth tholr parents LOCAL AJtfD PERSONAL Mrs, Lea lie Dlmmlck left Sunday I for Grand Island to visit. j uamuci iiowes returned aunaay from a trip to the mountains. Mrs. T. Doucet nnj son left yester day for Denver to visit relatives. Miss Hnttlc Hur,i returned Sunday from Lexington where she visited Paul Mlckclson returned Frldny from Denver where ho spent a week. Miss Gertrude Cpker of Sutherland was a week ond guest nt the S. Howes home. Kenneth Whelnn left Saturday for Goring where he has accoptod a po sition. Miss Marjory Rogers left the latter part of the week for Curtis .to visit relatives. Miss Ethol Suite left Saturday for a trip to Yellowstone National Park and Denver. Office 340 HousellP'. DR. W. I. SHAFFER Osteopath Physician Ovepiho Oasis. North Platte GO TO II. & F. FEED STORE For Millet Seed and Feed Phono C39W HEIUIIXG1IAUSEX & FBOKAX. OTIS B. PLATT, D Pbjslclan and Surgeon X-RAY Diagnosis and Troatment Calls answered Day and Night. Over Union State Bank. Phone 29G. W. T. FRITCHARD Graduate Veterinarian Ex-Government Veterinarian and ex assistant deputy State Veterinarian Hospital 315 South Vino Stroet Hoc pltal Phone G33, House Phone 633. DRS. STATES & STATES Chiropractors 5, C. 7 Building & Loan Building. Office Phone 70. Res. Phone 1242 DR. J. R. McKIRAHAN Practice Limited to Diseases ol Women and Surgery OVER REXALL DRUG STORE Phones Office 113. Residence. G40J WYLIE WALKER Expert Piano Tuner and Repairer. Leave orders at 914 W. 4th St. Or Phono 334. (Hoaglaud & Carr, Atornoys.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS'. Estate No. 182T of Glenn Scott, de ceased, In tho County Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. Tho Stato of Nobraska, ss. Cred itors of said estate will take notice that tho tlmo limited for presentation nnd filing of claims against said Es tato Is November 23, 1921, and for settlement of said Estato if July 23, 1922; that I wUl sit at tho county court room In said County on Au gust 23, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., and on November 23, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. ni to receive, oxamlno, hear, allow, or adjust nil claims and objoctlons duly filed. Dated July 21, 1921. WM. H. C. WOODHURST, (SEAL) County Judge. NOTICE At a special meeting of tho legal voters of school district number 112 of Lincoln County, Nebraska, which will bo held at tho school Iiouho on August 16th, 1921, at 1:00 P. M., the proposition will' be submitted to tho votors of raising the budget of Ono Thousand lollars to conduct the Dis trict 112 school for tho coming year. This will require a levy not to exceed one hundred mills on tho dollar of the assessed valuation of said district. J. H. CRAIG. Director. NOTICE At the special meeting of tho legal votors of School District No. 77 of Lincoln County, Nobraska, which will bo held at tho school houso on Mon day. August 22, 1921, at 2 o'clock p. m. tho proposition will bo submltto.l to tho voters of raising tho budget of Seven Hundred Dollars Ito conduct tho school for tho coming year. This will require a lovy not to oxcocd ono hundred mllla on tho dollar of tho ns sossod valuation of said district. A. P. McCLELLEN, Director. NOTICE At tho special mooting of tho legal votors of school district number 47 of Lincoln County, Nobraska, which will bo held nt tho school houso on August 1C, 1921 nt two p, m., tho prop osltlon will bo submitted to tho votors of raising tho budgot of $1100,00 to conduct tho District 47 school for tho coming jear. This will require a low not to exceed ono hundred mills on tho dollar of the nssossod valuation of said district.. C. C. IIOWMAN, Dlroctor Ed Kierig, Auctioneer. General Farm Sales A Specialty, Real Estate. References and Date First National Bank. North Platto, Nebraska. GEO. B. DENT Physician and Surgeon Special Attention Given to Snrgerj nnd Obstetrics Office Building & Loan Building Phone: Office 130. Residence lit HOWARD YOST Dental Surgeon Oral Prophylaxis Mouth Hygiene Phono 307 Twlnem Bldg Office phone 241. Res. phono 217 L. C. DR0ST, Osteopathic Physician North Platte, Nebraska Knights of Columbus Building. joiin s. skims, m. d. Special Attention Given to Surgery r McDonald Bank Building Office Phono 83 'Residence 3b DR. HAROLD FEJfNER Osteopath OVER HIRSCHFELD'S Office Phone 333 Res. Phono 102f DR. REDFIELD PHYSICIAN, OBSTETRICIAN Surgeon, X-Rny Calls Promptly Answered Night or Day Phones Office 642, Residence 676 DERRYBERRY & FORBES. Licensed Embalmers Undertakers nnd Funeral Directors Day Phone 41 Night Phone Black 5S3 RESOLUTION. Resolution Providing for tho Calling and holding of an Election to Autho- .. riao tho Issuing and Salo of Bonds of Lincoln County, Stato of Nebras ka, in the Amount of One Hundrel Sixty-Five Thousand Dollars ($165,000.00) to Pay for tho Repairs, Construction and Reconstruction of Certain Bridges. WHEREAS, the following described bridges, to-wit: The Blrdwood Pre cinct bridgo over the North Platte River north of Sutherland, between Section lines Four (4) and Five (5), nnj Eight (8) and Nino (9), Township Fourteen (14), Range Thirty-three (33) West of tho 6th P M.; tho South Platte- bridge over tho South Ilatte Rlvor, Bouth of Sutherland, located on the north and south center line in Section Thirty-two (;;2, Township Fo.mcen (14), Ran;$o Thirty-threo (M, West of the 6th P: M,;Mhe Hcr shej bridgo ovor the Nor tit Platte Riv er north of Hershey, located on sec tion lines between, bacrlcnv.j Eight (S) unl Nino (9). Towiif.li p Fourteen (14); uungo Thirty-two (32) West of the 6th P. M.: tho Bostwlck bridgo ovor tho South Platte Rlvor south of Her shoy, located between Section Twenty eight (28) ail Twonty-nlno (29.) nnd Thirty-two (32) and Thirty-three (33), Township Fourteen (14), Range Thir ty-two (32) West of tho 6th P. M. ; the North River bridge ovor the North Platte River north of North Platte, (ocatctl In East Half (E&) of Sec tion Twenty-eight (28), Township Fourteen (14), Range Thirty (30) West of tho 6th P. M.; the Osgood Bridgo over tho South Platto Rlvos, Bouth of North Plaltt;, loenjted In Wost Half (W) of Sections Four (4) and Nino (9), Township Thlrteon (13). Rango Thirty (30) West of tho 6th P. RL; tho Lincoln Highway bridge over tho North Platte Rlvor, east of North Platto, located on sec tion linos between Soctlon Thlrty-flvo (35) and Thlrty-slx (36), Township Fourteon (14), Range Thirty (30), and Section Ono (1) nnd Two (2). Town ship Thirteen (13), Rango Thirty (30), all Wost of tho 6th P M.; tho Max well bridgo across tho Platte River, located through Section' Twenty-otght (28), Thirty-two (32), Thirty-three (33), Township Thirteen (13), Rango Twonty-olght (28), al Section Six (6). Township Twelve (12), Rnngo Twenty-eight (28). nil west of tho 6th P. M.; tho Brady bridgo across the Platto Rlvor, located through Soctlons Elovon (11), Fourteon (14), FIfteon (IB), Twonty-two (22), Twenty-threo (23), Twonty-six (26) nnd Twenty sovon (27), Township Twolvo (12), Rango Twonty-sovon (27), West of tho 6th P. M havo boon damaged duo to tho oxtremo rlgh water caused by floods In tho North and South Platto Rlvors during tho month of Juno, 1921, to such an oxtent thnt thoy have been condemned for passago by tho Board of County Commissioners of Lincoln County, and; WHEREAS, It is necessary for tho County to ropalr, construct or recon Btruct said bridges and approaches Immodlntoly so ns not to seriously ln- convonlonco tho public nnd to pro toct such portion of tho bridges now standing, mako all of tho bridges passable nnd snfo for trnvol. nnd: WIIEREA9, thoro aro no furAls in tho Troasury of tho County available for Bald purposo and tho said amount is far In oxcess of tho ordinary roYo nuo dorlvod from taxation and tko County Board, cannot lovy a tax suf ficient to defray tho Baid cost, and; WHEREAS, tho Boarll of County Commissioners deem it oxpedlont, de sirable and proper to issue and sell nogotlablo bonds of tho County, to be styled and known as Internal Im provement bonds of Lincoln County, Nebraska, In denominations of $1000.00 each and numborql from 1 to 165 inclusive, In the sum of $165, 000.00 for tho aforesaid purposo, and; WHEREAS, tho Board of County Commissioners is authorized by tho laws of tho State to submit to tho qualified oloctors of tho County tho quostion of Issuing said bonds and of lovylng tho nocessary tax to pay tho interest and principal of such bonds as tho samo becomes duo, and. WHEREAS, It Is apparent nnd It Is estimated that tho cost of the repairs, constructlnn and reconstruction of tho abovo described bridges, including tho approaches thorcto, it at lease tno sum of $165,000.00. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- bOLVED by tho Board, of County Com mlssloners of tho County of Lincoln, in tno btato of Nebraska, as follows: Sec. 1. That a special election of tho qualified oloctors of tho said Coun ty ot Lincoln, do and is horoby callou and ordered to bo hold on the 16th day of Aucust. 1821. hot of 8:00 o'clock A. M. and 3:00 o'clock P. M.. for the mirnORO nf vnHnrr nnnn the question of Issuing and Belling mo nogouame uonus or the County, to be styled and known as Internal Im provomen botnfJs of Lincoln County Nobraska, In denominations of $1000.00 each and numbered from 1 to 165 In clusive. In tho sum of sinR.nno nn tim said, Jwnda to boar an interest rate. m o iier cent per annum, on OOUpons attached, parable nfttnf-n timin lit. rtf t'12 Pff'ce of the County Treasuror of iiiuoin county, iNouraaKn, and $16,500.00 to become duo nnd payable ten (10) years from tho date of Issue; $16,500.00 of said bonlds to become duo eleven (11) years after date of Issue: $16,500.00 to becnm n dun nml payable twolvo (12) years after date ui iBsue, $iu,&un.uu to bocotno duo ftn.i payable thirteen (13) years after date of Issue; $16,500.00 to become duo and naval) I r fourteen nil i.ro.. iciate or issue; $16,500.00 to become , , - V JVUID ClllVl uuo anu payamo arteen (15) years af ter Jdatc of issue; $16,500.00 to becomo due- and payable sixteen (16) years after date of Issue; $16,500.00 to be come1 d'vfe and payable seventeen (17) years sitter dato of Issue; $16,500.00 to become dne and payable eighteen (18) years after (date of Issue; $16,500.00 to bcome due and payable nineteen (19) years after dato of Issue; and the said bonds to be Issued for tho pur pose Of Davfne fnr Hin .struction or reconstruction of tha lowowmg uescriDcd bridges, Includ ing tho approaches thereto namely: tho Blrawood Precinct bridge over the North Platte River north of Suther land between Section lines Four (4) and Five (5) and Eight (8) and Nine (9). Townshln Fnnrtmm Thirty-three (33) West of the 6th P. M.; the South Platto bridge ovor the ouuiu i-iauo itiver, south of Suth erland, lccatPd on north and south center lino of Section Thirty-two (32), TownshiD 14. Rancro 33 6th P. M.;tho Hershey bridge over the o una t-iane invor nonth of Her shy, located on section lines betwen Section Eleht f8). and Nfnnfnv Town ship 14, Rango 32, Wost of tho 6th P. M.; the Bostwlck brldiro over tho South Platto RlVflr. nniith nf TTonahatr located between Section Twnntv- elght (28) nnd Twenty-nine (29), and Thirty-two (32) and Thirty three (33). Townshln 14 Rjinn-n 59 West of the 6th P. M.; the North Riv er oriiuge over the North Platte Rlvor north of North Platto, located In East Half (E) of Section Twenty-eight (28), Township Fourteen (14), Range Thirty (30) West of the 6th P. M.; tho Osgood bridge over the South Platte River, south of North Platto, located In West Half (W) of Sec tions Four (4) and Nino (9), Town ship Thirteen (13), Range Thirty (30), Wost of the 6th P. M.; the Lincoln Highway bridge over the North Platto River, east of North Platte, lo cated on section lines between Sec tions Thlrty-flvo (35) and Thlrty-slx (36), Township 14, Rango 30 and Sec tions Ona (1) nnkl Two (2). Townshln 13, Range 30, all Wost of the 6th P. M. : ttlft MOXWOH lirlllcn nnroaa tha (Platto River, locatojl through Sec tions i wenty-eignt (28), Thirty-two Tiurty-tnroo (33). Township 13, Rango 28. and Section Six (6), Town ship 12, Rango 28, all West of tho 6th P. M.; tho Brady bridgo across the Platte River located through Soctlons Eleven (11). Fourteen (14), Fifteen (15), Twonty-two (22), Twenty-three (23), Twenty-six (26) and Twenty soven (27). Township 12, Rango 27 Wost of tho 6th P. M., all of said bridges being located In said County. Sec. 2. That at Bald election tho following quostion shall bo submitted to tho oloctors of the County anVl printed upon tho ballots to be used thereat, to-wit: "Shall Lincoln County, Nebraska, Issuo and soil tho negotiable bonds of tho County, to bo styled and know as Internal Improvement bonds of Lin coln County, Nebraska, In denomina tions of $1000.00 each and numbered from 1 to 165 Incluslv.o in tho sum of $165,000.00, to boar Interest at six (6) per cent per annum, payablo soml-annually, nnd $16,500.00 of bucIi bond Issuo to bocomo' duo and payablo ton(10)yoars from tho dato of f-ois Is suo and $16,500.00 of such Is-' r to bo como due nnd payable each year iftor said ten (10) year period until all aro paid; the said bonds to bo Issued for tho purposo of paying for tho Topalr, construction or reconstruction of tho following describe)! bridges In said County, Including tho approaches thoroto, namely: tho Blrdwood Pre cinct bridgo over tho North Platto Rivor north of Sutherland, botwoon Soctlons linos 4 nnd 5, and 8 and 9, Township 14, Range 33 West of tho 6th P. M.;tho South Plntto bridgo over tho South Platto Rlvor, south of Suther land, locatojl on north and south con tor Uno of Soctlon 32, Township 14, Rango 33 West of tho 6th P. M.; tho Horshoy bridgo ovor tho North Platto Rlvor north of Horshoy, locntod on Soctlon linos between Soctlons 8 and 9, Township 14, Rango 32 West of tho Cili P, M.; tho Bostwlck bridgo ovor tho South Platto River, south of Hor shoy, located botwoon Soctlon 28 nnd 29, and 32 nnd 33, Township 14, Range 32 West of tho 6th P, M,; the North ri.. nHi.i nKAx Mm Vnrtli PInttn ni..H tt-fl. Vftrtli PInttn. IfWliftil I V 1 U 1 UU1 bll Ui iWtvu - in East Halt (E) o Soctlon 2S, Township 14, Rango 30 Wost of tha 6th P. M.; tho OsgooU bridgo over the . .. ... . . . ... p xrt. fcrOUlli 1'iaiio niver suuiu ui iwiui Platte, located In We3t Half (W) of r.tiH.. t n rrVktiMtalif tt 11 l?nnrn 80, West of the 6th P. M.; the Lincoln r,l' I 1..IJ lt. XVi-Hi tJtnf In Rlvor east of North Platte, located on section lines between Soctlons 35 and 36, Township 14, Rango 30, and Soctlon 1 nnd 2, Township 13, Rango 30, nil West of the 6th P. M.; the Max well bridgo acrojs the Platto Rlvor, located through Sections 23, 32, 33, Township 13, Range 28, and Section 0 In Township 12, Rango 28, all Wost of tho 6th P. M.; tho Brady bridgo across tho Platto River, located through Soc tlons 11, 14, 15, 22, 23, 26 and 27, Township 12, Rango 27, West of tho 6th P. M and shall an annual tax be lovlcd sufficient to pay the Interest on such bonds as it accrues and to pro vide a sinking fund for .the redemp tion of such bonds at their maturity." FOR Issuing nogotlablo bonlds of Lin coln County, Nobraska, to bo styled and knowil as Internal Improve, mont bonds of Lincoln County, No braska, In denominations of $lQ0O.Oq each numbered from 1 to 105 Inclu sive in the sum of $103,QOO.OO, M abovo described. - AGAINST issuing nogotlablo bonds of Lincoln County, Nebraska, to bo styled and known as Internal Im provement bonds of Lincoln Coun ty, Nebraska, In denominations of $1090.00 each numbored from 1 to lGo inclusive in tho sum of $165, 000.00, as above described." Sec. 3. .That the County Clerk shall proclaim and give notice 6f tho placaa and time of holding such election as by law required, nnd he Is hereby ordored atif! directed to givo such KoT tlco of such election by publishing for four (4) weeks prior to tho said date of said electloon in tho North Platte Telegraph and the North Platte Semi Weekly Tribune, official newspapers of said County, and likewise by pub lishing for four (4) weeks prior to saifl date in tho following newspapers, to-wlt: The Sutherland Courier, Wal lace Winner, Hershey Times and Brady Vindicator, and also by posting or causing to be posted a copy of the election notice In at least three (3) public places in each of the election precincts In tho County not less than twenty (20) days prior to said date of such election, and such notice Bhall embrace and stato tho question to bo submitted as hereinbefore set out nntf recited, and tho said Clork is hereby empowered and Instructed to take all such othor and further steps as may bo necessary to proovlde for tho hold ing of said election, printing tho bal lots therefor, furnishing the necessary tally-sheets or books anil stationery with which to condnnf Hi a o7tfHn ni ascertain the returns, and to fully pro vide lor ana conduct said special elec tion as Is required by law to conduct general County elections and obtain returns thereof. Sec. 4. The voting places where this election shall bo held are the reg ular voting places at which general elections are held In the various warils or, precincts of the County, and at which said nolltht? places the last General election was held. Passed and approved this 11th dav of July, 1921. E. W. SPRINGER, T. M. CAHAGEN, HENRY COKER. County Commissioners. Attest: A. S. ALLEN. Countv Clerk (SEAL) NOTICE OF PETITION. Estate No. 1831 of Joslo O'Hare, de ceased, in tho County ourt of Lin coln County, Nebraska, Tho Stato of Nebraska, To all per sons interested in said Estate, take notlCO that n nimtllnn hna hanr, fllari ior tho probating of tho last will and testament or joslo OHaro, deceased, and the appointment of Anna O'Haro as Executrix Of nafH RntntA ii n dor- Said will, which has boon set for hear ing herein on August 9, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m. ' Rated July 15, 1921. WM. H. C. WOODHURST, (SEAL) County Judge. Hoagland & Carr. Attys. LEGAL NOTICE To all persons interested In the es tato of Rudolph Thanel, deceased. You aro horoby notified that on the 6th day of July, 1921, Mark L. Smith, Administrator of tho estate of Ru dolph Thanel, deceased, and ono of tho (defendants In tho action brought by George H. Smith to foreclose a mortgage upon tho real estato owned by said estato, filed his answor and cross-petition In said foreclosure proceedings, and in his cross-petition prays for a license to soli Lots 1 and 2 of Section 7 arid tho W of tho SE4 of Section 6, Township 16, Rango 27 West of tho 6th P. M. for the payment of debts allowed against saW estato nnd allowances nnd costs of administration, alloging that thero Is not a sufficient amount of personal property on tho possession of said Mark L. Smith, Administrator, to pay said dobts, and prays that tho moneys' dorivod from tho salo of said Proper ty to bo first applied to tho payment of said debts and allowances, and If In sufficient to pay all of said debts, al lowances and tho mortgago which tho plaintiff George H. Smith Is fore closing, then that tho balance of the roal estato of tho said estate, being Lots 6 and. 7 and tho E of the SWU of Bad Soctlon 6, bo seld and that tho widow's homestead interest In said quarter bo decreed and set asldo to her out of tho proceeds of said salo. WHEREPON It Is ordered that nil persons interested In sad estato ap pear boforo mo at Chambers In tho city of Sidney In Choyonno County In this Judicial District on tho 3rd day of September, 1921, at tho hour of ib A. M. to Bhow causo. If nny thoro bo. why a Hcenso should not bo grantod to said Mark L. Smith. Administrator, to soli nnd nllow to bo sold bo much of tho abovo described roal estato of said Rudolph Thanol, deceased, as shall be necessarf to ipap tho abovo described dobts nnd expenses, J. L. TEWELL, Judgo of the District Coir'.