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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1910)
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I. the undersigned, will sell at Public Auction, commencing promptly at 10 o'clock, on
DAY. NOV. 22.
at my farm eight miles due north of Alliance, and five and one-half miles east of Berea,
the following described property, to-wit:
One Team of Work Horses, 10 years old.
One Black Mare, five years, weight, 1,100.
One Ray Mare six years old, weight, 1,150.
One Black Mare, two years old. v
One Gray Horse, three year old.
Three Yearlings. Two Spring Colts.
Six head of Milch Cows, to be fresh early. One 2-year-old
Bull. One yearling Steer. Five spring Calves.
Twelve 2 and 3-year-old heifers.
Six head of Hogs; 150 Chickens; 20 tons of Grain Hay.
Some Seed Potatoes.
FARM MACHINERY, consisting of I Empire Cream Separator; I.JcGor.mick Mower,, good;
1 Hay Rake; 1 Hancock Disc Plow; 1 John Deere Disc Cultivator; 1 Walking Cultivator; i four-section
Steel Harrow; I John Deere Disc Drill and Seeder combined, new; 2 wagons. 1 Spring Wagon, good; 2
sets Work Harness, and many small articles too numerous to mention. Everything sold without reserve.
HTf DM G An amounts under $10, cash. Over $10, 6 months' time on bankable paper
L-Ji f 3 at 10 per cent interest.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
GEO. J. SUTTON, Owner.
H. P. COURSEY, Auc.
C. C. SMITH, Clerk.
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DEATH CALLS CLAY
Beorgia Member of Upper House
of Gontress Expires.
DIES AFTER A LONG ILLNESS
Frequent Participant In Debate, He
Was a Student of Political and Eco
nc-mlc Question Served Fourteen
Years In the Senate.
Attunta, Nov. 15. United 'Stater.
Senator Alexander Stephen Clay oi
Georgia died of heart dlseaso at the
Robertson sanitarium here, lie had
been talking to his sou, Herbert, when
he suddenly conned speaking and fel
b.'ick with a alight gasp. The body Was
removed to the Clay homo at Marietta
where the funeral services will be
Senator Clay was fltty-soven yeare
old and was serving his third term tc
SENATOR A S, CLAY.
the senate. He was eloeted In 1896 t(
(succeed John IJ. Gordon. Slrongl)
partisan though ho was, ho never per
mitted an opportunity to make part)
capital to Influence) his action as o
senator. A frequent participant In de
bates, Senntor Clay was known ns nc
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at I' . .!. Ilrennans
ants, ute object aim prajcr i,r wiiirunrc I
unlet dm titled Iti the plaintiff iiihim tl
bouthwext Quarter (SV4 of s'tlim Tlilri
H'heOW In township Twenty Slxf.il) north i
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Combs 'J'. :
Belts and Bags
Pins, Needles, Notions
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
The defendant!) Joel M Itamtio.Matlldii Itam
Iki. hid wife, ICrttuv Camp Company, uml ilia
unknown hetreof Charles K. (Illison, decent
ed, will take notlro thai on tho 3rd day of No
vrmber 14)10, William A. Hprlntrer the plittntltr.
filed bis petition In the Dlsti let, Court of llox
Hutt county. Nehrnika, agnlntt .locLJl. Hum
Ihi, Matilda l(umlo IiIh wife. Anbley lliiiiklntf
tympany, Kley ,V Oiiinp Company, mid tin
known heirs of t)hurliH II. (lllison. ilefeml
ants, the object and prajcr of which arc to
ltanue KortV Mnc l wt'nt In llu llntto
county, HtalP of NcbniHku. mid to i'cludi
eiicii iiiiii tin ot Hind (loreiijants (r.in any in
Vtm uro rwiulrt'if toaiiHwer sI(l ln'tltlmi on
or liufore tho ltli day of llocvintiHr, ICIO.
Dated NorumlHrn. ltuu,
Wii.UAU A. Hi'ittMirn.
notice to"nonresibent BCFENIANTS
ThutlefendmiU lierluird Uykamp unit )lni,
Kykump wife of livrlmrd l.vkump. lirl rcul
uauui unknown, w tuke notice tliat on tlm
Jlnl dy of Nnvtunlifr, 11)10 VlrllSmHli, plain
till, tiled lilitlfn,i In tin- DlHtrlei Court of
nox initio vouiuy, riuraku, luMIDhlMcrliurtl
Kykump and Mr llyMinip wlfo of Ut-rhurd
Kykatnp, HrM real imtne tinkiiown, defend
nntM, ttifoltjwt mid pruyfrof whii'h UuiIihvh
cuncelh'il mid het it(dMiic')rtiilii ilod ofeon
veyniifo iliitcd NoVfinluT ill, isi from Oue
llenjainln I'', Hlouer biiU wife to the ild Oer
hard Kyknuip fur Uits (n (I) and Two f-'tand
South Half .NortliPiisi (jimrivr S', Nh)f
H'Ctlon Oniirin towuNlitp Twenty Four (it)
north nf itanK" Klfiy Ono (! irt tn Hot
Hut to county Nfbraslui. and to liuvo the title
to ald pruniNet Milieu l In the pluliitlir
Von are tt'iiuliwl liMtimwer k.i!i itllloit
ouor hcfortMli-r.'tl(lli.Vof lli-i'eilllnT. Ill.
Uutt-d NuvfinlM'r ;i. Ili(i
NOTICE OF PUBUCATioN
TheiUfoodiintn. Kvnrett II. Millnr. mid Al
ineilu Uiiffnm Miller. Jilt. wlfM, will t-tkei.olii'e
uiaion mi-urn mi) or iiteinixtr, win, I'. . ,
ImUlil the plotntirr. Illei hln pi'titlon in thu
dtsttii't Court of lloi Hutte t ouiity, Ni-iinit !
ka, mralnst Cveri'tt II Mller. Alniedn It.iirron
Mlllor, V. W .Notion ami I'lix Alllitiifu lluild-
lll, uo.lil Aaioelatloii, tliiol,jt't ulnl pru
t-riif wlilcb lh It, furi'closeu ivrtulu pmriilt-
ory uoioiniiiv sum or .:l Mciiretl ly a
morienso on u,t H Block I, Town of Alliance I
not luiue i oiimy. ,rprul,a. IU not-nnd
mortifiiKc leiiijr unrated, by ilerenflimt liwr-f-l
II Miller and Mihject tii a umriKitite of
I.l)0(Mxeciltei hy the defendant Uveivlt l
Miller to tlio defendant Tho Allluneo llulldini;
A. Loan As-xxlutlon on said proiHsny. The
suld note mi duethe planiliir in dated the lt-lli
day of September iinr?, und due mid paynbh"
May Js, KUi; (hut then It now due uml unpaid
umii sulci tnortutiKu the Mini of SITTou. for
wliieli sum with lutere.it from this date tho
pluintlir pruyi. for u ilivreo of foreoloxuro ami
bale of mid premise.
You tiro required tounswor staid petition on
or before the lath day of Utvemlier !1U.
Diiled November l- Ull).
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Painting of All Kinds Done on Short
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603 Box Butte Arenue. First house north Court House
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
The defendants American Investment Coin
tuy mid T. A. Thompson, defendants will
tuko nut lee thut 011 the 3rd day of Nov. Win.
F. K. KeddUu and IVWr UubeiiduU. tho plain
tiff, Hied their petition in the District Conrt
of Itox Hutt Count), Neuruaka, uculnst
American luvcstineiit Compuny. Hank of
Commerce, American Loan and Trust Com
pany, and T. A. 1horupon, tho object and
prayer of which are ana first range of action
to have declared puld nnJ MitUtied of record
u certain lax lien upon the Southeast Quarter
of section 'Ihlrty (a In township Twenty
roitrU'Dnorlliof ltani;e fifty (JO) we.t under
mid by rlrturo of a treasurer1 tax sale uer
tlllcate Usne,t to the aaid American luvest
ment Company of hranietahtinr Iowa. Novcm
ber S. 1891 for the tuxea of the year ISO lu the
auinof ili.OO; and as a aecoud cuuseof uctlon
tohuveiloclared paldaud satisfied of reconl
a certain tax Hon lu favor of T. A. Thompson,
by virtue of u tax ate certiUcate dated Jan.
..IH'JJforthoUixe-Hof the year iNWupon the
Northwest Quurttr of section nineteen iu) in
township Tweuty 1'our Pi) north ofltank'e
llfiy 00 west In the sum of IM.40, with pray
er that said tax lienii bo cancelleU pi record
and the title to all of said lauds bo iiuletod lu
Vou are reiilrel to unswersuld petltlou on
or Inifore tho lith day of December, ltuu.
Dutod Novembers, 1910.
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