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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1904)
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HMUKIIATIC NATIONAL 'IIGUItT.
ALTON II. I'AHICRIt
of Now York
For VIpb riesltlont.
IIKMIY t DAVIS
111 Mm itvrn coN'UimssioN.u.'iic.KKT.
lur ( engross lilxlh Dlstrlrl,
AtiTKIt II. McNKILIi.
of Lincoln county.
iininiinnc .st.vu: tickist.
I or (Inventor,
(iU)iuii: w. iinitou,
if Lancaster county.
lor Llciituntiuit Oovtirnor,
I)K A. TOWNSKNI).
of l riiukllu eumy.
.1. fr. CANADA V.
of Kearney county.
of I'uvvm-o count),
l'or Kind ('otnt)i(ssloucr,
. a. woiisli.y,
of Ilojd county.
I or -"Upcrlnteiidont of 1'ubllc 1 twit action,
of lVrklns county.
Vt Attorney Octiciul,
of Hull count),
lor Secretory of btitt.
It. 1:. watzki:.
of Itlclmrdsuu county,
1)1 MOCItV'llC COI NT Y 'IICKirr.
l-or County Attoruc),
I or County Commissioner,
A t .IOIINSOX.
A. A. Worsloy of Hoyd county una
nominated for congress ly the people's
path of this district.
Chairman T.tKnaitof the Democratic
lational committee has sent out invita
ions to the Democratic editors of the
'nitPtl States to visit with him and the
hominee for picsidunt at Esopus. Of
ourse there will bu n grand 1 ugh to
hake the glad hands of these dis-
nil i:i.um ii:itiL.
It may be that the American people
Allot view with alarm an encroach-
lent of the Mongolian race but pros
it indications point strongly to n new
det of things in tho racial make up
the people of the United States
tthin the next feu years. The tri
nph of Japan over the Russian govern
Gnt in the war in the east would tend
increase the danger of the yellow
nl and in such an event the prophecy
, historians would no doubt be fill
ed, that the people of Japan nnd
lina would overrun the western hem-
jhere. Hut the principal cause in
nging about this condition will re
t from the cocial anJ business char
eiistics of the classes and corpora
31. This is plain to be seen in the
olesale employment of Japansuse
1 Chinese labot throughout the west
1 which is already spreading cast
rd. On railways, farms, ranches
I m shops the little jollow man is
vilencc. The Lvson Pacific and
vlu t n roads have found him re-
II i.idustricus and ctiTcclic. He
able to do a good day's wot k and
it shirks bis ditty. Those corpor
ns hae thousands of Japs in thoir
)lo and and light heic in Alliance
little men from the orient are as
mon .1 sight as tho natio, Last
k the packers in Omaha secured the
) f several hundred Japanese
Kinm to take the places of the
crs and it is said they proved so
ble and competent that the bonds
( ho meat concerns at once an
iced that the labor problem had
solved, for they would be able to
re all the help uecossary through a
nsese labor agency In Denver. It
(d that the Jap emigrant, is differ-
than that of the Chitiobe in as
1 ns they do not loturn to their
0 land when once they seciuc a
etence, but readily mingle with
vhites and assimilate, This is
.reater part of the danger of
"How peril, for with an influx of
labor and with Japan assuming
jle of one of the leading nations
situated directly at our
rn door, the question of the peril
to be shoved aside as merely an
(Keith L. lMrrcp Is fully authorized to hh
llultulcrlptlon.i nnd Job work mid collect
And n-uitnt fur shiho, nnd trmisHt-l nil othttr
omlnt-ss In rmiiw-tton wltli his imsltlon 11 mm
accredited reprostnilaUreot this mHjr.
Mrs. MntttoOlds is very ill nt pre
Lou Naeleuid ratttruad from Onmbn
Loiiln Htitike of Liudoln witt in town
Mm. S. ll. IJntk has boon uito ill
Miss Nolliu Aliloy was cttito sick
See Johnson for carriage, wagon or
pow or xronso.
A hay loader for sale at a barg ain at
II, 15. Johnson.
Rev. Shultz letumed from a tiip
W. H. Millcttts workiiiR for U. II.
Funk this week.
II. M. Snidor's father nnivotl from
the oast TliurniUy.
G. U. Curpentor and J. A. Hunter
wont to Alliance Monday.
Miss Gertrude Olds is visiting
fiieuds in Alliance this week.
' Hen Price has invested in a new wind
mill to be erected on bis ranch.
Ropnirs for the Keystone liiowor will
be kept constantly 011 band at John
son's. A fine line of top buggies and spring
wagons always 011 baud at H. E. John
son's. A Missionary toa at the homo of
Mrs. Sheiwood was largely attended
X.'Y. Johnson and P. C. Funk, of
Funk, Nebr., aie the guests of II. H.
Funk this ueek.
H, II. Johnson, T. L. Hopkins and
several others were on the market this
week with cattle.
Noil Hen an went to Lead City Sat
in day to take a position which was
olfeted him thcte.
Mrs. Jctry N'ichols died in an asy
lum in Illinois leccntly. Further par
ticulars not lent tied.
II. G. Rowland is the father of a
fine big boy born August 19th. All
concerned aie doing well.
James Hunter was called to Illinois
Monday by a telegram informing him
of the death of his oldest sister.
Mis. Georgio Muirhead came up
from Alliance last week and will remain
with her mother a couple of weeks.
A deputy is here repiescnting some
fraternal insurance lodge of Iowa and
will organize here in the near future.
Mrs. Isa Council came up Iroin Lin
coln Tuesday to visit w ith her mother
and other 1 datives iicte for a couple of
James McLennan depatted for the
Noith West Thuisday where he has
gone to seek employment in the drug
Roy Ilickey and his father, one of
the Nebraska pioneers and a friend of
the late ex-governor Cuming, wete in
I will sell buggy tops and spring
wagon tops at a discount 6f ten per
cent for tegular price till September 1.
U. E. Johnson.
Mrs. Mabel Pietce and son Glen
went to Hay Springs Sunday to visit
with her sister Mrs. Bowman, and hot
friend Mrs. II. Peters.
A. W. Patrick writes from Cosby,
Mo. that he and his family are well
pleased with their new location and
that they arc doing well.
Mr. A. B. Zapp of St, Louis was
here this week to visit C, J. Wildy but
did not see him on account of Mr.
Wildy's absence in Canada.
C. J. Wildy has put in a full line of
furniture, and undertaking goods on
second floor, having seemed a com
petent einbahnor and hearse when evor
Miss Minnie Ladyhoff from Minne
sota who has been the guest of A. C.
Iverson and family, left for Crawfoul
Monday where she will stay for some
time with friends.
Strayed Between Bo Butte post
office and Homingford since Mav 1,
one two-yearold white faced roan steer
branded K on tigh) jaw. Liberal re
ward paid by Robert Kottloman or C.
If you want a mowing machine it
will pay you to see the Keystone at
Johnson's; the host machine on the
market. He" has the five and six foot
cut and will sell on time to suit pur
chaser or trade foi cattle.
Miss Mary Basse returned from
Germany Wednesday. She has been
goue more than two years and has been
visiting her inbther. Miss Basse has
many friends who will be glad to wel
come her to her home again.
B. E. Johnson and Win. Fosket
went to Alliance Thurida to attend
the trial which grew out of the alleged
assault with intent to do Rfest l6Uily
injury committed by Gene Thompson
Tho renson that the dinner ndver
tis'ml fur Saturday of this week was
not given was because some mainl)ur
of the Aid society wore sick. Presi
dent Ladies' Aid.
Not licit Fiohnpfel sustained some
painful but us to his bauds Wod'iesdny
evening; in uniting out a fire that some
way got started in an nlchohol bottle
with which he was trying to generate
his gasoline lamp
Tho central office will be removed to
another location the first of September.
Sealed bids Will be received by Maun
ger II. R. Green from those who would
like the job of running same all bids to
be in by August 30th.
Howard and Hany Pinkciton paid
Hominglord a brief visit Satin day
when on their way home from Chndron
from the funeral of their mother.
Both these gentlemen have built up
excellent ranches in the sand hills nnd
arc of the opinion that that section is
tho best stockraising country in the
School begins this jear Monday
October 3rd. Theie will be two rooms
in charge of Principal L. S. Baker and
Miss Bertha Hebb of Lincoln. They
will icceive $55 and S45 tcspeclivcly.
The principal has attended school at
Shenandoah college and the primary
teacher has been a student at the
State university at Lincoln.
Alonzo Sherwood's only son who is a
prominent citizen of Bctricn county,
Michigan, together with his wife and
boy and girl, is making Mr. Sherwood
a visit at present. He has' just return
ed fiom a trip to the Holy land and
made the trip the subject of an in
teicsling discourse in the Congrega
tional church Wednesday evening.
The terrible accident which lesultcd
in the death of Miss Matjlda Hctrick
last Thuisday was fully described in
last week's Hkrai.i). A brief funeral
service was held at the home of C. J.
Wildy . Friday and that evening the
temains were taken to Walketton,
Canada by C. J. Wildy and Thos.
Batchelor, Miss Hetrick's uncle. Miss
Hetrick was a Christian woman and
enjoyed the respect and esteem of nil
her friends bore. She was an active
church woiker and in these circles she
will be missed. Tuesday of this week
she intended to go to Canada to remain
6 months and she made this trip to tho
ranch so that she might have two
weeks longer to stay in her old home.
She had been on her land only two
weeks before. Evetyone sympathizes
with the relatives and friends who hac
been bcieavcd in this terrible way.
Whereas, God in his wise provi
dence has peniiitted the sudden taking
away of our dear and beloved sister,
Miss Matilda Hctrick, under circum
stances peculiarly sad, and
Whereas, The M. II. Sunday
school of Hemingfoul has lost a care
ful and uainstaking teacher, the Mis
sionary society a worthy member, and
the Ladies' Aid society an earnest
and efficient officer; theiefote,
Resolved, That we deeply mourn
our loss, but bow in humble submis
sion to him who, too wise to err, and
too good to do wrong, yet has allowed
us this sorrow. That we extend our
tendeiest sympathies to hei hcait
stricken relatives, who in this hour of
grief arc commended to Htm whose
love and compassion never fail.
ClIAS. H. Bl'KU-.IOII.
See These Prices !
Big Cut in All Meats.
Boiling meat fiom 3 to 6 cents.
Rousts fiom 0 to u centb.
Beefsteaks fiom y to u i.j tents.
II. L. Bl'SIINhU..
A Logical Deduction.
Bright Boy I'm a chip of tho old
block, ain't I, pa? Fond Parent Yes,
my sou. Bright Boy An' you're tho
head of the family, ain't you, pn?
Fond Parent Yes, my son. Bright
Boy Then you're a blockhead, ain't
you, paV Pittsburg Press.
Miss IJreozy Well, Mr, Ilnrkawny,
now that you have Inspected me thor
oughly, what have you to say? Mr. II.
-All I can say. Miss Breezy, la, "I
came, I saw, you conquered." Brook
An Excellent Memory.
Hicks He's very charitable, Isn't he?i
Wicks-Who? Plncher? Hicks Yes.
He Bays he always remembers thej
poor. Wicks-Well, tuafs all. Ifs a'
matter of memory. Philadelphia)
Win. Ward of Hemingford is paint
ing the interior of the school house.
The car of lumber for L. Shoh's
new residence was unloaded Saturday.
Win. Thomas and family havo moV
ed into their new home cast .of town.
J. B. Burk of Hnirison was in town
Friday night and left Saturday for Wil
Mrs. Carmel Cheney ami bnbv tire
down from the homustend to visit at
the pateutal home.
Dr. Miller of Alliance rns in town a
day recently, having boon out to the
True Miller ranch.
J. Sullonbergor dolivercd a bunch of
horsos to Reed Bros, at Heminfoul,
Monday, assisted by Roy Richey.
Fritz Hoffman and August Rhodes
wete Alliance visitors last Thursday,
having business at the land office.
John Cleland, the iindettaker of
Crawford w as dow n Thursday to take
chaige of the funeral of Mr. Lemon.
Mr. and Mis. Galbraith of Cotton
wood attended the f uncial of Mis.
Galbraith's biother, Mr. Lemon,
Those who went to Alliance to see
the biggest show on earth feel consid
erably sold out and fell far short of
getting their money's worth. '
Mr. Cox, who is an aged man 85
years old, made the trip ftom Missouri
to this place lecently, and will vi3it in
definitely with his son near town.
Mrs. Bcitha Chcever and son Ben
left on Saturday night for Mountain
Home, Idaho. They expect to stop a
few days in Alliance and also at Lara
mie, Wyo. ,
Miss Bessie Pomerdy of Crawford,
who has been attending normal,
stopped off at this place for a isit with
her sister, Mrs. Dutnon, who lives on
the old Ilollibaugh ranch.
Chat ley Moreen, Roy and Tom
Richey, A. E. Bvert, and daughter
Edna, Misses Attie and Fern Snow
and Chat ley Hunsaker were all in Alli
ance Monday and so was the rest of
the show. ,
Monday was "Woman's da" 111 this
place the men having all gone to the
show or elsewheie. Win. Waul came
down from Hemingford to begin wotk
on tho school house but was pressed
into sci vice as mail carrier to Lawn
being the only available person on
Ben Moore, a foiiim unclimaii neat
this place but late of Crawfoul, will
again euibaik in the ranch business
having taken a hunk of Uncle Sam's
homestead land near 33 ranch, and
elected a comfortable dwelling and ex
pects with his family to take up tesi
Mice tri;,ln4l, Tlwnc ,,!,,, .,. I
out fiom Ohio a few weeks ago and
who has been attending the entire
session of the noimal at Alliance, came
up to this place a few days ago to te
main a shot t time with her brother,
Wm. Thomas. She will teach in the
Alliance schools the coming term. Wc
undei stand she is a teacher of consider
able experience and will no doubt
tender good service to the people of
Lewis Lemon died at the home of
his daughter Mis. Hughes, near Mais
land Wednesday, August 17, at 3 p.
in. sfter a long and painful illness ex
tending over many weeks. He was
botn in Maryland where his' early
years were spent, and came to this
pait of Nebraska about 18 years ago.
He was seventy-five years and six
months old at the time of his death.
He leaes a loing wife and five grown
children all of whom were present at
his death and burial and who also
tendered much loving service during
his illness. Fuuoral services weie
hold at the Hughes home Thursday at
-1 p. 111. conducted by Rev. Wm.
Shriver of the Presbyterian church,
who took as a basis for his discouusc
those words, "Be ye also read-."
Many neighbors and friends followed
the remains of this highly respected
citizen to their last resting place in
A very pretty homo wedding was
celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mis.
A. C. Iveison when their daughter
Mina N. was united in matrimony to
Mr. Win. H. Bundoll. The bridal
couple, led by Sarah Iversen and Ethel
Brooks as flower girls, Christina Ivor
son as the bearer of the wedding ring,
James C. Bundell and Simon Iversen
as groomsmen and Mamie aud Minnie
Iversen as bridesmaids, marched to the
altar to the strains of the wedding
march played by Ruth Cockrell. The
parlor was artistically decorated by
Rose Potmesil and iu a conspicuous
corner an arch was erected under which
the bridal couple stood when the ceie
moiiy was perfouued by the Rev. Bar
ton of Antelope. The bride's dross of
crttatn cnshmoic niid trimmed with lace
was made by Miss ItdehofT. After
the ceremony and congratulations all
sat down to a sumptuous dinner such
as ran be solved by tho bride's parents.
The wedding ceremony was performed
at Irigh noon and after dinner all were
entcitained by vocal and instrumental
music, lecitations and speaking, and in
the evening the oting people gathered
for the dance. All pteseut at both
functions tepott a ver enjoyable time.
The bride and gtoom aie both highly
respected young people of Dawes
county and congratulations follow in
James Moraek was trading in Hem
G. II . Clayton was trading in the
county sent this week.
John Moraek and son Will wete
trading in Heiningfoid Wednesday.
The fanners ate stacking thoir grain
and the leports are better than ex
pected. Miss Uta Clajton came up from
Alliance this week, where she has been
attending the normal.
J. P. Hazzard, county surveyor, was
in this locality this week sutveing out
new lines aud coiners for land seekeis.
Quite a party of young folks went to
the Pine Ridge this week to look for
fruit in the way of plums and cherries.
The fine rains that have fallen the
last few days have been very beneficial
to the late millet, potato and turnip
E. A. Hall, one of Alliance's cattle
kings, was in these parts Saturday
looking after the interest of his cattle
in Sioux county.
C. W. Lockwood was in Heiningfoid
this week to meet S. H. Wright form
Loveland, Colo., who is here visiting
with his many friends.
While on his way to Heiningfoid
Monday, J. W. Broshar found a fine
Stetson hat. The owner will please
call atound and let us see who he is.
Mis. Lou Leavitt came down from
Lawn this week and took Grandma
Leavitt home with her. She had been
visiting bete with friends for some
Mr. Wallcge and Mr. How aid from
Paris, 111., are here looking over the
countiy in view of locating on 640 acres
of land. They are the guests of J. W.
New comers nt thing in the country
and contemplate on building houses of
Nebraska brick, should see Broshat &
Phillips, contractors and buildeis of
W. M. Fosket, wife and three daugh
ters, Misses Blanche and Almcdu and
Mrs. Ralph Jackson of Omaha, passed
through Canton Thuisday for a few
days outing at the ranch of F. O. B.
Fosket, on snake creek.
A SPY'S CLOSE CALL.
Item-neil From ImiieiulIiiK Dentil by n
Clever Nevripuiier It use.
On the battlefield of Antletam Mr.
McCluro met General William J. raini
er, then captain, nnd strongly urged
him not to continue his movements as
a spy after Lee had crossed into Vir
ginia, but the gallant young soldier
gave no promise ns to what he would
bo likely to do, and the very llrst night
after Lee crossed the Potomac lie was
again In Lee's camp and brought back
Important Information to General Me
Clellnn. Again he returned and entered the
ConeUerate Hues, nnd when he did not
report after a week It was assumed
that lie had been .captured and would
probably be executed us a spy, He
had been captured, was tried and con
demned as a spy and sentenced to bo
executed, but he was saved by a clever
newspaper device determined upon
after a conference In Philadelphia be
tween President J. Bdgar Thomson of
the Pennsylvania railroad, Colonel Scott
and Mr. Met' lure. Thomson took special
interest In Pnlnier, ns he had been his
secretary, and was much attached to
It was decided that Washington dis
patches should be prepared for all of
the Philadelphia morning papers an
nouncing the arrival at tho capital of
Captain William J. Palmer, stating In
what particular lines of the enemy ho
had operated, aud adding that ho had
brought much Important information
that could not be given to tho public
at that time. These dispatches ap
peared next nioinlng In all the Phila
delphia pnpers, prominently displayed,
and of course reached the southern
lines within forty-eight hours.
The result was that Captain Palmer's
ldontity was never established In Rich
mond, and his execution was thus sus
pended. In a little while, when some
prisoners hud been exchanged, there
was a vacancy made In the list of the
exchanged men. by death. Palmer's
friends had him take the place and
name of the dead soldier, aud he thus
escaped and returned to the service.
For Sale Folding beds, good values;
nothing wroug; we need the room and
money. Geo. Darling, 32-tf.
Notice to Non-ltcsldcnt licfcnJn nts.
'lot lie siiuvmlti r MortKHKe f-oiiiimij .
Notice Wliorehj iwn Hint uu the Hh diyr
of AiiRiiHt, 1IM. 1. .L U'Kecfe. !lnintlll.
Illert Ms (wtitloii In the illntriet court
of lto Ilutte iiiiiiitjr. Neltnibka. wherein
The Shim alter MtirtOT-Re romiMMiy. John
Lrn. (It-orge wnrncr Joint Kwffe. LtK-y
Keetle, wrlfr of John Kwffe. uefttiilHlits,wwt
tiimlc ilefeiidnnti, the object nnd prayer ot
which HiUri petition is to ruruclo'M two certain
tux Ileus linuM tion two tax certificate of
tHX-wlHil.ned June 12, ll, iurcruixl for de
lili'ltlent tnes for the jchm 1K iKtlluml 1W0,
by l V. Stecin ami stihseqent taxes imlU ly
..C fetcwuH for Hie jenrs !H)I mid IMS, Uxm
the f )lloiii described teal estnlo, slumlod
In the rouutj of I lux Ilutte stutouf Nebratlai,
to-wit. .Southern (tinrter of ecil-itt 2, and
sotiliitteit (iuirler of oecllou 'J, nil In
tunnlili Jiol riwguSO bitld (.' () Stevens for
value retched lms dill) nstli;ncri, sold nnd
tmiiMfcrrcd nil his rlht title and lutervt In
itinl to wild to tux certitk'ntes unit stihl do
lliiiiieul mill sulr-muent tuxes paid thore
iiniier to this plalntlil we Is now owner unit
holder ot Mime
'I In- amount claimed l) plaintiff niton snld
two tux Mens Is the stun or 5.JHM1, with interest
thereon from August IS. UK) I, ot which -null il.lfi
is for Kttorncy's fee, and snoti for rmblUdnr'H
fwe, the prayer of said petition Is for H docreH
doi-lurlm; tut aforesaid amount. totfetHer with
Interest thereon antl costs, to Ixi a first and
paramount Men upon the aforesaid renl estate
Hint that said leal estate nm 1m- sold under an
ordei of the court to satisfy thesiune, and that
wtilil defendants be forever barred and fore
closed of all intci est or claim in nnd to Mild
rear-vstale 111 any part there jf.
ou ate rtt!iitd to answer said petition 011
or befoie the .Ul ilaj of Ociolmr, ltUJ
T J. O'Kbbrt:, l'liilntlli
IJy in. Mitchell, his Attornet fp All? 3d.
Notice to .Noil-Hcsldeut Dcfcudnut
To Thomas I) Sliurt. T V. lirown, I'ortur
llros. .Vl'o., V W. Mark!inin,.lniiies , Slifn
foos. ,Y Unit, l.il l'ltch, It l.llutesell or
U L. Oiitesell, The Ameileaii llnnk. W. It.
lA'wis.Slmoiison Ilios ,11011-rusideiit dLfund
utitn: hotkc I herelij given that onthoilthdny of
AliKilsl, liui. Alliance Cemetery iifmk'IiiIIoh, 11
corporation dul Incorporated and uxisiln
under unit bj li tile of the laws of the state of
Nebraska. leKulatiin; Cemetery assort lions,
plalntlil, tiled Its petition In the district court
of Hox Ilutte count), Nebraska, wherein
Alliance Cemetery association, a private cor
poration oipmlred under the Ibwh of the id-ito
of .Nebraska and composed of the folfowlmr
persoui. Kobeit Haxter. Nelson I'letcher,
1 lioiiiits I). fehurt, T. . Drown, II . Axtell,
l'orter llros ,. ( o W Murkinan, James 11.
s-lKufooi. N. .Hurt, I.M 1'iteh, 1 . M. S.iedeker,
1 . il. Ninds It. I. f.utesell or II. h. (utesell,
I he American Bulk, l.ouls Itui-chseiisteln, V.
1C. Lewis, W 1). Ilium 1, st,nons0ii jjrK ,lI1(j
John ( urinific were made defendants, tho
object and pruu-r of which s-ild petition Is to
remove the cloud fiom tue title to the 1101th
wrsjtiin.il lei of northwest quarter of south--.U'st
quarter of xecllon :.",', township L'J, milKO
17. and that laud cominuneltiK ut the noith
east corner of the Alliance Cemetery associa
tion jmiinulsUH stu-Nejcil, platted unit record
ed. Then nmnlnj; east sixteen and otic h ilf
rods, then south hfty six and ouo hall rods on
II lino parallel with the east llnoof said remo
ter). Then west llft)-i-lirlit nnd one half itids
lu u line pirullel with tliusotitb line of ceme-ti-pr,
then north on the west section line uf
said section in which s-id cetiieterj is situated
to thtiMiuthwest corner of said ceiimter) sltu
nteil In Hox Ilutte count. Nebraska, known
us Alllanci. cenieterj.aiid from any other laud
of uny description owned in llo Untie county
by defendant, Alliance ( emctery association.
Ihujirajer of said petition Is for n decree n
moviiiKihecloud fiom the title to the north
west quarter of northwest quarter of south
west 1111.11 ter of section -"), townships"), rungo
47. nnd thai land commencini' at the noithe.ist
comer of the Alliance Cenieteiy association
(.'rounds ns sune)ed. platted and recorded.
Then riiiiuini! enst bixteen and one half rods,
then south llft)-Nl and one half rods on 11 lino
puiullcl with the east Hue of said cemetery.
Then west lift) tlht and one half rods In a
line parallel with the south line ot cemetei),
then not tli on the wesc section line of said
section lu which said cemetery Is tdtuuted, to
the southwest corner of said cemetury situated
In llox Ilutte couiiM, Nebraska, known us
Alliance cemetery, and tho Improvements
thereon and fiom all other lands, inonevs,
credits tiuil proptrty of any and u'l descrip
tion, by the reason of sauto being deeded to
or by On, title bein in tho picteuded Alliance
Cemetery association, tho defendant herein,
and that tho iltlo to Hit. said land known us
Alliance ceincter) and all improvements
thereon nnd to all other lands, mone. s. credits
mil nropei ty or iwery diBCilptloii, which is
in the naiiio ot or belongs to the pit-tended
Alliance Cemeteiy association bo ordeicd,
adjudged and decreed to b in the Alliuntu
Cemeler) assuciatiou, pl.ilullir, and the prop
er!) of the same ami for such other nnd
timber relief as mn) bu Just mid equitable.
on and each of you 11 re requit-ecl to miswcr
mid petition on or lieforo lln 3d d iv of
Al.t.IA.NCK Cl'tCTl IIV AhsOCI VTIO.N
... , . I'laintiir.
IlyU in. .Mitchell, IU Attornc). fp Am: 20
L S. Lund Office, Alliance Neb., Aug IS, IWI.
A sulllcient contest ultlduIt liming been
tiled In this othev, b) Wm. Dclslng. con
testant, ugaliiHl Homestead i-ntr No J7.M).
niiuli November iti. IP01, for lot I, southeast
qunrtci norllictist qr , noitli half southeast
(puiitur .section X'. towiihhlp ss north, ninge -in
west, b) James Wilcox, contestie, in which
It U alleged that sahl.l nines Wilcox never re
dded 011 said tract mid has w'hoily nlundoiied
same foi more than tun years last past
and that said alleged absence from the said
land was not due to Ids employment In tho
arm), navy or murine coips of tho United
.States ns a private soldier, officer seaman or
marine during tho war with isptin or dining
any other war lu which tho t'nited States
iiuii lie engaged, ciid parties nto hereby noti
lied to uppenr. rescind and oner evidence
touching bald allegation nt 10 o'clock 11. m.
nil October 18. l!W4, before the lieglster mid
Hecelveruttho I'ulted states LamUOIllce In
The said contestant having, in 11 proper uf
llduvlt. hied JunelO, XM, set forth facts which
show that uflor due diligence personal service
of tho notice can not be uiadu. It it- hereby or
dered mid directed th.it such notice lie given
1 1) due and proper publication.
fpAug. M. llut'CK Wilcox, ltegister.
I . S Land Olllce. Alliance, Neb., Aug )h, uvjt.
A sullicienr. eonti-st. lll.lr.,1t l,u, t.,., l.......
Illcdinthlsolllcolij Miko hhltnek, eontesinut.
against Homestead entry No. ;i7so. made Sept.
.u likWl f.,w .,.,.,1. I. .!
- , .."-. .. iiui.i, 11, in r.tiuiue.isi. (inarier,
Botithwest iiuarter sottthuist (jr. southeast (ir.,
southwest quarter section HO, township
Sh north, range 01 west, by Joseph Lynch.
contestLC. In which It Is ulleged that said
.loseph Lynch never resided 011 said land
and has wholh abandoned the same for
that said alleged absence from the said land
was licit duo to bin employment In the tinny
imvy or mailne corps of the I'nltLd Mates ns
11 irluto soldier, officer seaman or murine
during the war with Spain ordurlngnny other
win-In which tho t'lnted Mutes may be eu
gagpd, said pirtles uro heieb) uotllUd to ap
pear, respond mid oiler evidence touching said
,.,.l'.,?''lt'.""llt.lu,i)0!CK,U ll " on October Is
IIWI, before tho Heglsler and litcelverat tho
Inited Mates Uiml Olllco in Alliance.
Th said, iiitest.u.t h ivliu In n proper uf
lhlinii.fiiiil.luui 1., liui, 4-t foi th facts vvhluli
show- that iiftirnumliilw nee pei-iuiul servlcn
of th.s notice can i.ct o- imule. It it. hereby
ordei .1 and -Uroct-d th. 1 MU-h iiuiliti Iki
ghci iy due and prope Publli-uhm
fi , .-,)(, Hi'O . W'juox. Kt,-i ter.
U I . id O-kie. Alll.ini, Neb.. ug. K i3(.
A -1', lent contest iithdavlt Inning boun
Iiimi jimi 1-11 Mike Slilimk, conti-staut,
1iK.111.si iit.intsiM.(ieulr) No. 37-11. inado Hep,
Ss, 11KK), for wet lulf southtNtst quarter
soullieast quarter southeast qntulur stsition
ll,soiithwestiiiaiiei-suiuhwebt iiuarter sue tioii
St. township ., iniige .-,1 west, b) D.ivldCook.
conlestt-e. in winch it is nlKsjed that said
David tVx.k nun r resided on nld laud tiuil
ha wholly .ili.iiidciiud same for moro
than Hire,; vwirs last, pan ,n thill
said alleged alienee from the said laud wis
not il , to his oninl) Mviit lu the arui). uavy or
mar no corps of the t'liited Mtits us 11 priv me
Mildler. ollii or, seaman or marine dining tho
I iKirtlt are hereby notltled to uiipear,rVel(')Jiid
aiiiloller u Idem ntmiK ,1.... ..i.( .. n.. . '.i ' ' .'
00 clock 11 in.. on October is, hum. I.eforo the
Ueglster urn! Ki-t-eiver at the ir,,ited Staim
Land (Knee in Alliuncc, Nebraska
..nli,flli,'",i.n..S0"it,t""1 "Inu. in n prupr
4AU illiU' "l1?1 ,u,.u, tf "nt forth fuov.
which show that after due dillgent-o personal
service of this notice cannot & mui e, it U
pnlorwl mid directed that such notice U) given
I.) due mid uroiier nubllontion.
fp Aug SB. llitDcc Witox. H,'lBtur.
Harold B. Miller. M. D., physician and
surgeon, office and residence 321 south
Seventeenth street, Lincoln, Neb.
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