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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1904)
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J U. KNIKST .
. . . Associate Kditor
Entered at the postofllcc nt Alliance,
Nebraska, for transmission through the
mails, as second-class mntlor.
(WThr Hkkald inthe Official Publica
tion of llox Hullo county and its circula
tion is nearly twice that of any other Al
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Each subsequent insertion, per line
Legal notices at statute rates.
Subscription, SI. 50 per year in advance.
votcB of New Votk and Indiana will be j
the supreme effort of that organisation.
That the democrats have the beat of
the fight at this time can not be dis
puted. As givon out the ctill is as
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of Now York
For Vleo 1'rosldcnt.
1IK.NUV C. DAVIS
nr.MociM'iic conoiiLSsionai. iicki:'l
l'or Congress. Sixth District,
WAbTKIt It. MuM.ILL.
of Lincoln county.
nr.Mor.itAiu: s'l.vri: iicm.t.
l'or Ouv 111 unr,
okoiuji: v. iu,itoi:,
of Lancaster county.
Tor LltHileulHiit Governor,
lilt. A. TOWNSUNI),
or I'rnnklln county.
.1. S, CANADA V,
of Kouincy county.
of I'uvrneo vomit).
l'or ijind Cotnintsslonci,
A. A. wohsi.kv,
of llojtl enmity.
l'or Supi iliitumleiit nf Public Instruction,
of lVrUliiR county.
l'or Attorney (leniTtil,
of Unit county,
l'or Secretary of Statu,
It, 1:. watzki:,
of liitlmnlftoii county.
Jiitlqe Pnrkcr's Letter.
Judge Parker's lottor of acceptance
hns been the cause of national com
ment since its publication and it is to
ceived with the same spit if. of anproval
that characterized his nomination. The
tenure of the document has left no
doubt as to the candidate's stand on nil
(luostions that arc of paramount im
portance in the campaign, and in words
that leave no doubt Judge Parker
pi oves his democracy by taking a firm
stand in their behalf. His able and
fearless utterance on the (iiestions of
trusts and combines has made it clear
that this element need not look for ille
gal piotection in the event of demo
ctatic success at the polls next Novem
ber. Judge Paikcr's letter of accept
ance i an excellent illustration of safe
and sane democracy.
i nocimic corrciY 'iicm.t.
l'or County Atlorno),
ym. Jin on 1:1,1,.
for County Commissioner.
A. U. JOHNSON.
Itcpicsciitutlvo Com cut Ion.
The Democratic electors of the 53rd rep
resentative district of Nebraska aro horeby
called to meet in delegate convention in
Crawford, Dawes County, Nebraska, on
Tuesday September 27th iqo. at 2 p. in.,
for the purpose of placing in nomination
one candidate for representative for said
district, and to) transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before the con
vention. The several counties of the district arc
entitled to representation ns follows' Iiox
lluttc 6, Dawes 6, Sheridan 5, Sioux 2.
J. D. Scott
Tenrs Roosevelt's Personolity.
Gcncial Robert Averv, veteran of
the Civil war, member of the. Grand
At my, one of the leaders of the Loyal
Legion, and who has been n militant
Republican since he cast his fust vote
in 18G0 has announced that he would
take the stump in favor of Judge Par
ker. Kxplninig his determination to woik
for Parker, Gen. Avety said: "My
chief reason is the fear of President
Roosevelt's personality as a president.
I think that a good many older men of
the Republican patty are opposed to
his constant talk of war and the nour
ishing pf the 'big stick' bv the picscnt
administration. I do not know Judge
People's Independent Ncprcscntutlvc
Com cut Ion.
The People's Independent electors of
the counties comprising the Fifty-Third
Representative district of Nebraska are
requested to send dolegatos to a conven
tion to be held in Crawford. Nebraska, the
27th day of Septomber, 190.), at 2 o'clock
p in, for the purpose of nominating a
caudidatu for representative for said dis
trict. Tire various counties comprising
the district are entitled to representation as
Vo Butte - 0 Sheridon - 7
Dawes - - '8 Sioux - 3
Governor Mickey is no doubt a good,
pious soul and very, much opposed to
dancing, except when the railroads furn
ish the music.
A Pleasing Musical Recital.
Mae Shumway Endcily gave an elo
cutionary and song tecital at the
Methodist chinch Wednesday evening
which was hoaitily appreciated by the
large audience piesent. The piogiam
tendeted was one of met it and the
heaity applunso and encore proved
conclusively that Mrs. Kndeily had
made a hit with her hearers. The rectt
alist has a full conception of what is re
quired in her line of strulv and with her
petsonal sucngthof character bringsout
every interesting point. Natmo was
also liberal to the lady in a musical
sense. Possessing a sweet voice, which,
like her literary education, has been
well trained, she intersperses the pro
gram with songs. In the musical num
bers Mrs. Enderly was ably assisted by
Mrs. S. D. Cox who presided at the
piano. The instrumental .selections
given by Mrs. Cox were greeted with
hearty applause and she was compelled
to rerrder more than were on the pro
gram. Judging from the pleased ex
pression on the faces of thu people
present it is evident that Mrs. Endetly
has won many admirers and should she
decide to again appear irr Alliance
doubtless a packed house will greet her.
The Epworlh League is to be con
gratulated upon becming such a pleas-
Nothing bhould jittract your atten
tion from state issues this year. No
matter who is olectcd ptosidont, it will
not lebsoii ycjjty taxes or correct the in
famous revenue law. O'Neill Frontier.
The tax payors of Nebraska do not
relish having their assessed valuations
raised over 100 per cent while railroads
only 70 per cent. Just vote for Mick
ey and hit. gang and it will ever be
David H. Hill has declaircd his in
tcrrtorr to retire from politics after the
election. It i's our candid opinion that
there are many politicians in Nebraska
who will retire about that time. Hey,
The Presidential Situation.
The following compilation of elect
oral votes as gathered by the host politi
cal authority gives a most encouraging
forecast of the situation in the presi
dential campaign and the result will
prove most encouraging from a demo
cratic standpoint. The rnunbor of
electoral votes required to win is 239
and according to the total of the votos
given Judge Parkor will have 249, or
10 more than the required number.
Even, the best authority of the republi
can party concede the vote as here
given with the exception of New York
and Indianna, Iu these states the en
thusiasm for the democratic ticket has
increased to such an extent that the
alarm is given by the Republican
national committee and to secure the
ing progiam for the entertainment of
James Snllcnucrger Injured.
The Laramie (Wyo.) Press has the
following concerning an accident which
befell J. M, Sulleirbcrgcr, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sullerrbergcr of Mainland:
"J. M. Sullenberger, single and resid
ing at Mrs. M. J. Hunter's on Fremont
street, was brought to the city yester
day for medical treatment. Ho is a
brakeman and was on top of his ca
boose at Dana at 10 o'clock yesterday
forenoon. The jerking of the engine
threw Mr. Sullonbergcr to the track
from the top of the caboose, injuring;
his back and rendering him uncon
scious until he reached almost home.
Dr. Stevens attended him upon the ar
rival of train No. 4 and had him Jakcn
to his rooms. He will be laid up for
some time, although no bones were
Laiur Mr. Sulleirbergor was taken
to St, Anthony's hospital, Denver,
whore on more through examination it
was found that one arrrr was broken.
A Wonderful Steer.
The following story is told hero of
the antics of a large steer which was
being shipped enroute to Omaha one
day this. A journal orr the car iu which
the animal was being shipped be
came overheated to such an extent that
a wheel came off lotting the corner of
the car drop almost to the track. This
was too uncomfortable for Mr. Stoer so
he slips out the end door which had
slid open and got down under the car
and walked along with it on top of him
until the trainmen were made aware of
the accident to the train. Tins Her
ald does not vouch for the truth of the
llfelrli Ij. Pierre Is fully authorized to o
ilrdt HiiliHf'rliitlons mid ioli work anil collect,
and receipt, for smiie, and transact nil other
business In connection with his position us 1111
accredited representative of this paper.)
Dance the 30th.
Wildy closes on Sunday.
Mrs. II. H. Slater arrived from Iowa
J. A. Hall went down on4t -with cattle
Harry Pierce and wife wont to Alliance
l'or swell ladies wear see Wlldy's new
Colorado Sheridan Illinois conl at
C.J Wildy returned from Canada the
last of the week.
Tom Green purchasod a fine bull of T.
L. Hopkins Tuesday.
Wildy sold 15 $100.00 Champion potato
diggers at $75 00 cash a piece,
Ed Loomis was in town luesday. He
will make his home at Rushvillc.
Mrs. Eikner and Mrs. Punk were Alli
ance visitors the first of the week.
Mrs. E. G. Rowlands mother and broth
er are visiting with her this week.
C. J. Wildy has "returned from the east
where he bought all kinds of goods.
Neil Herran is visiting here a few days
on his way back to Chicago, his home.
l'or all kinds of men and ladies dress
suits, look at Wildy's Hig Double Store.
E. D. Piper now has his lunch counter
in running order and reports a good patron
age. Mr. Garvey and Mrs. Grant were visitors
at the Will Johnson home the first of the
E. G Rolands friends from Iowa. Arthur
Curtis and v.ife are spending a few days
Money saved if you trade at Wildy's.
Lumber, coal, lime, posts, furniture and
Grant Alexander was down from Chad
ron Tuesday and bought a threshing ma
chine from Clark Olds.
Remember that Wildy does not shove
you out old shclfworn bankrupt stock, but
clean, honest fabrics at less money.
Mrs. Mary Shephard and Miss Hucke
returned from Denver where they have
been visiting for some time Snnday.
A new fraternal order was organized
here Wednesday night called the M, U. A,
PourteenTn the number of charter members.
Get a Sroo potato digger at Wildy's for
S75 aud have the best, and pay the son's
or daughter's tuition fee to college with the
A child of IlcnryVon JJargeu swallowed
some carbolic acid one day last week but
with the aid of Dr. Eikner a3 helped out
of its trouble,
Mrs. Agnes Neeland went to Lincoln
Tuesday where she will join her husband
aud go from there to Council liluffs to visit
for some time.
C. A. Shindler gives a public dance at
M. VV. A. Hall on September 30, .1904.
Every one invited. Good music.Good crowd.
Dig time guaranteed.
Will, Delsing, Jas. Montague, Potmesil
Hros., G. L. Taylor and D. E. Johnson
were among those who shipped cattle to
South Omaha Monday and Tuesday,
C. Olds & Co. have a threshing ma
chine aud a com binder for sale.
Terms to suit put chaser. This is a
bat gain. Call on or address, Clark
Olds & Co., Hemingfoid, Neb.
I have the best potato digger on sale
rr Hcmiiigford that there is manufac-
lined. Aarugcitients have been made
whereby for a short time only in orde,r
to introduce them I am permitted to
cut the lcgular price S10. Will take
the digger, for which I am agent, into
a contest in which the other diggeis for
sale bete are represented and will
demonstrate its superiority over all
others to the satisfaction of everyone.
D. J. O'Kuhi r, Agent for The
Brown Potato Digger.
To the People Trade at Prohnapfel's
where you get the most for your money,
He has a new stock all the way through.
Remember, he has no brother's in St,
Louis to buy bankrupt and fire stocks.
Frohnapfel furnishes the potato trade
with good Hour, not an article shipped in
for that trade. Frohnapfel pays you for
every bushel of potatoes in jour load.
He will also gie you a dollar's worth for
every dollar purchase. Any bill ou pay
once you never have to pay the second
time, I want your trade and will treat
you right and treat you so you will be glad
to stay with me. Norbort Frohnapfel.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waisner and Mr.
Waisner's mother went to the big. show at
St. Louis Monday. Mrs. Johnson sat up
all night to get a glimpse of them ns they
went through. They will stay here some
time later on their return trip.
Tub Hkrai.d editor misunderstood the
paragraph in this column last week. If he
will carefully read the paragraph again the
meaning will become plain. First it st'ited
what actually transpired. Then it was
meant to direct a criticism at the regula
tions of the government which a majority
of the ranchmen rogard as ineffective.
They think that the way to stamp out a
disease is to stamp it out. It was not
meant to score an individual for carrying
out the orders of his department however
unjust those orders might appear to be to
those interested. It was mont to indicate
dissatisfaction at such a ruling as was mentioned.
To the People: Trade at Frohnapfol's
where you get the most for your money.
He has .1 new stock all the way through.
Remember, he has no brothers in St.
Louis to buy bankrupt and fire stocks.
Frohnapfel furnishes the potato trade with
good flour, not an article shipped in for
that trade. Frohnapfel pays you forevciy
bushel of potatoes in your load. He will
also give you a dollar's worth for every dol
lar purchase. Any bill you pay once jou
never have to pay the second time. He
can and will do undertaking and sell furni
ture cheaper than it has ever been sold in
Hemingford. I want your trade and will
treat you right aad treat you so you .ill
bs glad to stay with me. Norbert Frohn
apfel. Conductor Grainger was arrested and
fined Tuesday for keeping the crossings
closed an unwarranted length of time. It
is reported that he got off easy and with
only a little loas of time. The train men
have a hard time working for Jim Hill and
it is probably hard work to get a train over
the road. But with all that they ought not
to hold the crossings as longasmauy trains
do. A story is told of Supt Phelan which
bears closely on the subject we are discuss
ing. There was a train crew arrested at
Crawford according to the version told here
on a charge similar to the foregoing. The
conductor wired to the superintendant
asking what he should do. Mr. Phelan is
said to have answered- "If you are too lazy
to cut the crossings pay your fine and go on."
The story is very popular with the farmers
illustrating as it does their contention as to
why the crossings are so often closed.
moved back from
There was considerable wonder and
speculation last spring when our merchants
took such an interest in the "Presbyterian
potato patch." Day after day a fat and a
lean man could be seen wending their way
over the hill to that tater patch. The
mystory was solved Sunday night when
the paltor delivered a very forceful ser
mon from the words "Owe no man any
thing, etc.," and the mutual exchange of
labor seems to have had good results for
on Monday morning a delinquent customer
who owed 25 cents for a pair of socks,
rushed to the store to have the time ex
tended. Cattle for Sale.
I have for sale 140 steers, too are
one and two years, 40 ate three yeais,
twos and threes arc dehorned.
New styles iu childrens cloaks and
dresse1? at Regan's.
Ai-i.ianck, Nr.ii., Sept. 10, 1904.
Board of county commissioners met
pursuant to a notice therefor issued by
the county clcik. Preseirt, J. W.
Wehn, chairman, Geo. A. Loer, mem
ber and S. M. Sinyscr, clerk.
The board pioceeded to select a list
of Go names from which to draw a jury
for the October 1901 teim of the dis
' The following claims weie examined
and acted upon as follows:
Mat Brennan, deputy assessor,
Boyd, S77, ?6.36 held for taxes allowed
B. F. Gilinatn, insurance, S5G. 25.
J. P. Haz.ud, surveying $iG.
Oscar L. Harris, plowing court house
lot Sj, all held for taxes.
F. E. Holsten, paint brush and set
ting glass $2.75-
C. A. Newberry, haidwatc $24.50.
Geo. Rutmcier, janitor J5Go.
A. D. Rodgers, merchandise to pau
V. S. Ridgcll, painting Si 40, part
held tor eplanation allowed 95.
S. M. Smyser county clerk, extra
woik on assessoi's books and tax list S50
Board adjourned sine die.
J. W. Wkhn, Chairman.
S. M. Smsi:k. Clcik.
otlce to "NonHesldcnt Defendants.
To the tliownUi-r MorltfHRi' company 1
Notice Is lipft'hy itlvcn ttistoti the apth tliiy
of August, 11X14. 1" J. O'Keefe. pluiutllf.
Hied his ietitlou In tho district court
of Hot lluttt' county, Nebraska, wherfin
The Miownltnr MortKiitfo company, .lolin
I.Hron. Oeorife Wnrner .lohn Kwllu. Lucy
KoefTu, wlfn of .lohn Keofle. dcfendant,were
Hiiide dcfeinlanls, the oblect and prayer of
which srtlil petition is to foiix'lo'n) two curtain
tax liens based upon two tuv tcttlllciites of
tnx-nlo dated .lune l'i. 1WJ, uurelumed for de
linquent taes for the yours ItfK iMIMind 1D0O,
by i' c: Stevens mid subouent tuxos paid by
C. PtcveiiN for tho vonrs 1W)I anil l'.nr:, tloii
thofjllowlntf ilixccilbi'd mil estate, .situated
ill tlieooiintv nMiux ilutle state of NebtitHku.
to-wit Southeast quarter of section 2, anil
southuest imrtcr of section S, nil in
tonlilpiot nmao.V). Slid (.'. I. Stevens for
viiliie received has dnlj unsigned, sold uud
transferred all his right, title unit IntoiiMt In
mid to said tno tax ecrtillnitos mid snlil de
linquent and subsequent taxes pniil tliuro-uiidi-r
tothlsplalutlir who Is now owner and
holder of same.
1 he amount claimed by pltiiutltr Unm sum
two tax Ileus is the stun of :ts HI, with intcifst
thereon from August is.iiwi, of which Ml in J4.15
it Tor iittoriiey's Tec. nnil $0.00 for publisher's
fe, the prayer of said petition Is for 11 decree
declining thu aforesaid miiouiit. together with
Interest thereon and cost, to bo 11 Hist mid
paramount lieu 110011 tin aforesaid real estnto
and that s.ihl leal estnto nta be sold under an
order of tho court to satisfy Ihesunie, mid that
said defendants bo forever buried mid fore
closed of nil inteiest or claim In nod to said
real ettutoor any p.ut thereof.
011 aro lequireo to answer said petition on
or iwrore the 3d da of Octnlur, limi
T. .1. O'lCl.t-.lK. I'lalntlir.
Hy in. Mitchell, his Attornev f Aug SO.
George Gregg have
Charley Hunsakcr has gone to work on
KlizabethThomas was a Hemingford vis
Charley Ball of South Table was trad
ing in town Tuesday.
K. K. i-'ord of South Table sent out a
car of fat cows Tuesday.
Tom Hunsaker and family of Pine Ridge
were down for a visit Saturday.
Gene Hall of Alliance shipped several
cars of cattle from this place last Saturday.
A. McLaughlin is bailing all of his
marketable hay to be ready when an order
L. Snow has a new wind mill on his lot
to be erected when he can secure a well
Mr. and Mrs. Hartrauft were down from
Crawford Saturday and dined at the Com
mercial. Mr. Albright was in from the ranch Sat
urday to meet relatives direct from New
Mrs, J. O, Bennett took 41 for Mystic
Tuesday where Mr. Bennett is acting as
Mrs. Lemon and Mrs. Wooten were
Crawford visitors Saturday, little Johuey
Hughes having driven them over.
Our Prettman is running the water
works for the B. & M. at this place, that
work having been added to the work of the
A large dipping tank was taken from
the depot Mouday, the property of
Messrs. Tollman, Dumon, T. J. and N. G.
Sheriff Reed was in this place buying
horses again. He reports that the horses
he bought here three weeks ago sold well
G, A. Walbridge and family will move
to Ardmore Saturday. Mr. Walbridge
will have charge of the B. & M. coal and
Mr. Steinberg of St. Louis came in on
41 Sunday to look after interosts here. He
is negotiating with Louie Homrighousen
for the sale of the Vic Steinberg land west
Two families of Uollibaughs, father and
brother to the Ilollibaugh, boys arrived
from Lexington Saturday. They are on
their way to the mountains, going in prairie
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman arrived from
York Monday to visit and look after busi
ness interests in this place for a while.
Mr. Zimmerman will also buy some cattle
to ship to that corn country where feeding
is done extensively.
Marsland was honored with a noted vis
itor a couple of days last week in the per
son of Lieut. Gov. McGilton. He is at
torney for the Fuller & Johnson vehicle
company and was looking after the matter
of a car of buggies which were sent to this
place over a year ago and which they never
received any pay for.
Persons desiring to enter homesteads or
make final proof in other land districts can
do so without going to land office. Address
or call on T .1. O'Keefe, U. S. Commis
sioner for the district of Nebraska, Alliance
Ii. O. T. M. Meets, every first mill third 1'rr
day ot Eagle Hall Visiting Maccabees eol
dlally Invited. Mil. K. .1. Ktizoi.n, L. C.
Jlus. Anmi: Vot'.sr, It. K.
All persons contesting lands have the
right to publish notices in any newspaper
they desire provided such paper is pub
lished in the county in which the land is
Notice of Special .Meeting of County Hoard
County Clerk's Olllce, Alliance. Veil
September ', 1WI.
Public notice Is hoiebv given that ti sneeinl
meeting of tho count) commissioners of I lux
Ilutte count v, NelniiKka, Is called to meet
at the couit house lu Alliance, upti,uibpr
10, ltKM. at nine o'clock u in. for
tho purpose of selecting a list of slxt)
iiaiuvs from which u petltjur) ma bit drawn
for the next teim of district couit of said
count) and also for the purisiso of audit Ing
mid allowing such claims us may bo hied
against IhtMountv and which Iu the judgment
of the board should bu p ihl.
8. M. Svivskii, County Clerk.
Notice to 'oii-lesideiit Defendants.
To t larencu Lewis, 'lon-rcsldpnt defendant:
You are hi reb) uotltled that on the :Ust du of
August ISHJI, flelln Lewis Hied a petition
against von In tho Dlstilu court of llox lluttc
Couiitv. Achrusk 1, the object ami prayer of
which nre to obtain 11 divorce fiom you and
tj huvo)our matringe with the defendent set
aside and declared mid du reed to be null ami
void without force, effect, and illegal, 011 the
ground lhut)ou had a former wife living to
whom jou luid Ik en legally man ltd and from
whom jou li.nl net been divoiced at the time
of )onr miiriliige to the plaint 1ft and foi the
estoratlon of the plalutllls lualileii name of
liolia Moscheiiross, You aro icqulicd lo an
swer s;iid petition on or befote Monday, thu
10th da) or October 1U0I
Un.iv I,rvus, Plaintiff
11) W. Mircill'l.l.. her Atloaev fji Sep J-lvv.
Older of HcuriiiR on Oiigiuul Piobnti-
i-TATK OI' NiniKAHvA 1
lto.x IliJTTh Count v, 1 v
At a county court, held nt tho county couit
room, lu and for said count) M-pt 0, A.
Present, 1). K.Spacht, County Judge
In the uiatter of estate of John roister
On leading and tiling tho petition of Marin
l'erster, praying that the Instrument, tiled on
tho .'it 1 1 day of Sept- lv), mid purporting to be
the hint villi and Testament of the said de
ceased, iiiiiv be proud, approved, probated,
iillowid, and recoided as the last will and
testament of tht said John l-'erster, de
ceased, and that the execution of said Instill
ineiit may lie committed and the administra
tion of siud estate ma) be granted to Maria
Forsier as executrix
Ordered, that hept M. A. I). 1P04, at two
o'clocU p ui.. Is assigned for heuiiiig said
petition, when nil persons interested lu said
matter tnuy appear at a county court to be
beld 111 ami ror sain county, and show cause
Notice to Non-Itesldent Defendants.
To Thomas 1) Hhurt?. T. V. llrowu, Porter
Hros, ,v Co , V V. M.irkiniiii, James II. Mgu
foos. N. Hurt, i:d Pitch. I! 1. Outevil or
H L. Uiltesell, Tlu American Hank. . II.
Lottis.Sluionsoti Hi os , non-resident defeud
tinte: Notice Is hereby given that on theSVIidny of
August, Hull, Alliance ivimterv association, 11
corporation dnlj IneorpmtitiHl itml cvisliug
under and b) v ii tile of the laws of the statu of
Nehmsl.a, icgttlutliu; cemetery nssocintlons,
plnlntlir, Hied Its petition lu tho district court
of llnx Ilutte count), Nebiasloi. wheieln
Alliance Ccnii'tei) association, 11 private 001
poratlonoigauled undur tho lawn of the statu
of Nebraska and composed of the following
person ltobeit Ihixtur, Kelson I'letcher,
Thomas I), ijliurt., T. W. Hrowy, II . Atill,
I'ort'r Hros .V Co., I'. . MarI(inan,.I.iuies H.
Mg-ifoos, N. Jiart. l.d Kltch, I'. M. Sucdeker,
I" M. "sands It 1. dutescll or It. U. Outesell.
The Atneiicuti Itmik. Louis Huechsensteln. .
K. Lewis, W. I). Kumer, Siinonsoii Hros and
.lohn t artnlcle were made defendants, the
object and praver of which said petition Is to
remove the cloud from the title to the nortli
west quai ter of northwest quarter of ciuth
west quaiterof section -.'. township 31, laiigo
4. and that land commencing at the ninth
east corner of tho Alliance Cemetery nssocin
tlou gioiinclsiiK suro)ed. platted and record
ed. Then 1 mining east sixteen and one half
uxls, then south lift) six and one halt lixWou
a line parallel with tho east llnuof said ienie
terj. Then west llft)-t'lght mid one half rods
In a linn parallel with tnosoiitti lino of eeine
tei), then north on the west section linn of
said section III which said euinoter) N situated
to tho southwest corner of said ccmeter) situ
ated In llo lluttc counts. Nebiaska, known
ns Alliance cemetery, and from any other land
of any description owned iu Ho lititto count)
hydeteiidHiit, Alliance t emetery association.
The jimyor of said petition is for u decree re
moving the cloud from the title to the north
west quarter of noithwcst quarter of south
west oiuii ter of section Sit, township:, nuigo
47. and that land commencing at the liorthtast
comer of the Alliance Cemetery association
grounds as survived, platted mid recoided.
then running east sixteen and one half rods,
then south llft)-ix and one half rods on a line
p'ltallel with the east line of -aid cemetery.
Then west llfty eight and one half rods In 11
line parallel with ttie south line or cemctoi),
thou ninth on Hie wesi section line of said
section In which sitld cemetery Is situated, to
tho southwest corner of said cemeteiy situated
lu Hon Hntte county, Nobrusks, known us
Alliance comeieiy, mid the improvements
theieon and tiom all olhor lauds, ruonevb,
credits uud property of any and u'l descrip
tion, by the reason of same being dt eded to
or by tlie title being In th pretended Alliance
Cemetery association, thu defendant herein,
and that the title to tho said hind known as
Alliance riinuter uud all Improvements
thereon and toall other lands .triune) s, credits
an I property of every description, which Is
iu the name of or belongs to the pretended
Alliance Cemetery association he ordered,
adjudged and decreed to bo In thu Alliance)
Cemeter) association, plalntllf, and thepiop
ertyot the sumo and for such other and
further rt lief as miiv bo Just and iiiultuhlc
You uud each of yon aro required to answer
Kihr petition on or beforo tho ad day of
Al.MA.NCK CllVIEThltV AfisOCl VTIOV
11) Win Mitchell, Its Attorney. fpAugSrt
II. S. Uuid Olllce. Alliance. Neb., Aug Is, 1P0I.
A sutllclent contest iillldav-lt having ln;cu
Hied In this ollico by Win. Delsing. con-
nsiani, uganiDt itninestoaii entrv Jo 4u,
made November P.', 1H0I, for lot I, southeast
quarter northeast qr , uoilh half southeast
quarter section -. township Us north, range -it)
west, hy James Wilcox, contostee, in which
it is alleged that said James Wilcox never re
sided on said tinct and has wholly abandoned
same ioi more than two years lust past
and that said alleged absence from tho said
land was not due to hl employment In the
army, navy or marine coips of the United
Stales as a private soldier, olllcer seaman or
marine during the war with tpain or during
any other war lu which the United Slates
inu) bo engaged, mid pai ties aro hereby noti
lled to appexr, respond and otter evidence
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a in.
on October is. lpoi, before tho Keglstei and
Hecelverat thu United States Land Olllioin
Thu said contestant having. In ti proper af
lidavlt, Hied JunoiO, IW4. set foith facts which
show that ufter duo diligence personal soivlco
of tho notice can not ho made. It Is hereby 01
durcd and directed that such notice lie given
by duo and proper publication.
fpAiig. M. HiiucL Wn.cox. Register.
why the praver of petitioner should not bu
granted: ami that uolico of thu peiidlin; of
said petition, and thu healing thereof, be
given to all persons Interested lu said joaiter
by publishing 11 copy of this order to Tilt:
Aia.l.VNCKllmi.u.l) a weoklynevsiqiaper print
ed in said county, for three successive weeks,
prloi'lo said do) of hearing.
(Atruocopyi I). K.Ppvt iit,
lMal Jw-fn-.xuptO County Judge.
Notice of Settlement.
Iu the county e-ourt of Jlox ilutte county,
In matter of the estate I npiI., r, ,, .,, ,
Wlllam J.ileuii. dy- ."V ,5n ,e,,flr,,,J of
ceased. i 1ln'" account.
Now on the -Othday of September lftll, ciuno
i:illo M. lleau. iidmiulstriitrix of said evtatu
and "prays for leuvo to rxfiidered aud account
as such administratrix it is therefore or
dered that the Till day of October 1WI, at 0
o'clock a. in., at tny olhce iu Alliance, N ultras
ku, bo lived uh tho time uud place for examin
ing and allowing such account Aud tho heirs
of said deceused and all persons Interested lu
said estate, aru roqulred to appear at the time
uud place so doslgluutod, mid show cause if
such exists, why such account should not bu
allowed It In further ordered that such ad
ministratrix give notice to all pen-oim Inter
ested 111 said t-state by causing a copy of this
onlur to tio published In Tut: Alliance Hut
ai.u. u newspaper printed uud in general cir
culation In said count) for two weeks prior to
the day set for said hearing
iHKALl I). K. SPACHT,
Dated Sept. -'0. lll. County Judge.
Ij. S. Land Olllce. Alliance, Nob., ,ug. is, ipo4.
A sutllcicnt contest allldavlt having been
Hied iu this ottlcubv Mlko bhlrnnk, contostaut,
against Homestead entry No. 37-0. made r-cpt.
Ss. P.100, for north half southeast quarter,
mnithwosi quarter southeast qr. southei.-t or.,
southwest quarti r section M, township
SS north, rangu 51 west by Josoph Lynch,
coutcstee, lu nlilcli it is alleged tluit said
Joseph Lynch nover resided on said land
uud has vvholh abandoned thu samu for
more than thrco yeais last past uud
that xuld alleged abseiico fiom tho said land
waa not due to his employment in thu army,
navy or miirtuo corps of the I'lilted Mutesus
11 private) soldier, otllcer seaiiuiii or marine
during thu war with .Spain or dm lug any other
war lu which th rutted States may bo en
gaged, said parlies aro hurub) uotilled to ap
pear, respond and oireruvideiicolouchlngsald
allegation at 10 o'clock 11. 111. on October Is
IIW4, before the Kcglster and H-ceIverat tho
I nited status Land Otllco In Alliance,
Tho said contestant having, lu n proper af
fidavit. Hied June 1., HWI, sol forth facts which
show thut afterdtiKd.lllgence personal sun Ice
of thisriothu can not On iiiude, It is hereby
ordeied mid dlieoted that such notice b
giv en 1 iy duo and proper piibllcntlou
fp A life. '.Ml Ilia'CK Wilcox, Kcglster.
U S. Land Olllce, Alliance, Neb , Aug. ls ifttj.
A sulllcleut contest athdavlt having been
filed In tho, ollice by Mlku Sllllliek, contestant,
against Homestead entri No ItTsl. made Sop.
, liKX), for wont half southeast piarter
southeast quarier a)Ullieust quarter action
yi, tovviishiii Ss, raiigo 51 wost, by David Cook,
contobtw;. In which it Is alleged that ald
David Cook never resided 011 said land and
has y holly abandoned samu for more
than threw ywirs lust past and that
snlil alleged abhence fiom tho said land was
rrotdue toliisitmolynicnt lu thu arm), navy or
marine corps of tliu United States as 11 private
soldlei, othcer. seaman or marine, duilugthu
war with Spain or during ari) other war lu
which tho United States may lie enguged, said
thirties ore hereby uotltled lo appear, respond
uud olfer evidence touching bnld allegation at
lpo'clocka. 111., on October Is, 1W)I, boforu tho
Keglslir uud Receiver at tho c nlted Statto
Lund oniio Ii Alliance, Nebraska
That said contestant having, in n proper
utllduvit, Hied Juno U 1IH)4. bet forth facts
which show that after due diligence punsoiial
service of this notice cannot bo made, it is
ordered uud directed that such notice bu given
by duo uud proper publication.
fp Aug '-), llliucu WiIjCOX. ItegUtor.
Harold B. Miller, M. D., physician and
surgeon, office and residence 321 south
Seventeenth street, Lincoln, Neb,
Old papers for sale at this office.
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