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    Legal Notices
(First pub. July 7, 1949.)
Julius D. Cronin, Atty.
NOTICE OF FINAL
SETTLEMENT
Estate No. 3529
In the County Court of Holt
County, Nebraska, July 2nd,
1949. In the matter of the Es
tate of John C. Kelley, De
ceased.
All persons interested in said
estate are hereby notified that
the administratrix of said es
tate has filed in this court her
final report and a petition for
final settlement and distribu
tion of the residue of said es
tate; and that said report and
?etition will be heard July 2T,
949, at 10 o’clock, A. M. at
the County Court Room in O’
Neil], Nebraska, when all per
sons interested may appear
and be heard concerning said
final report and distribution of
said estate.
LOUIS W. REIMER,
Countv Judge.
(COUNTY COURT SEAL) 9-11
« _ .
(First Pub. July 7, 1949.)
Julius D. Cronin, Atty.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate No. 3582.
In the County Court of Holt
County. Nebraska. June 30, 1949, j
In the matter of the Estate of
Tom Hartigan, Deceased.
CREDITORS of said estate are (
hereby notified that the time
limited for presenting claims a
gatnst said estate is October 28,
1949, and for the payment of
debts is June 30, 1950, and that
on July 28, 1949, and on October
29, 1949, at 10 o’clock A M, each
day, I will be at the County
Court Room in said County to
receive, examine, hear, allow, or
adjust all claims and objections
duly filed.
LOUIS W. RE1MER,
County Judge.
(COUNTY COURT SEAL) 9-11
(First Pub. July 7, 1949.)
Julius D. Cronin, Atty.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate No. 3584.
In the County Court of Holt
County, Nebraska, June 30, 1949,
In the matter of the Estate of
Daniel E. Alder, Deceased.
CREDITORS of said estate are
YOUR TAVERN
KEEPER IS A
GOOD CITIZEN
The tavern keeper of your
community is a tax payer
and contributor; he main
tains a home, spends money
with local merchants and
industries, employs local
help and carries his share
of the responsibilities of
government.
Like all forward-looking
business men, he strives to
conduct his establishment
in such a way as to gain
the public approval, neces
sary to business success.
He is a definite part of
your community. He wauls
to take part in, and con
tribute toward, the success
of all worthwhile com
munity activities.
His cooperation should he
invited and encouraged.
NEBRASKA DIVISION
D United States
Brewers
Foundation
710 First Nat’l Bank Bldg., Lincoln
hereby notified that the time for •
presenting claims against said
estate is October 28, 1949, and
for the payment of debts is June
30. 1950. and that on July 28.
1949, and on October 29. 11)49. at
10 o’clock A. M., each day, I will
be at the County Court Room in
said County to receive, examine,
hear, allow, or adjust all claims
and objections duly filed.
LOUIS W. RE1MER,
County Judge.
(COUNTY COURT SEAL) 9-11
(First pub. June 30, 1849)
CITY COUNCIL
EXPENSE ESTIMATE
The followig is an estimate
of the expenses of the City of
O’Neill, Nebraska, for the fis
cal year, commencing the first
Tuesday in May, 1949, and
ending the first Tuesday in
May, 1950.
Water bond principal
and interest - 4,200.00
Wages and salaries as
provided by o r d i -
nance - 3,600.00
Maintenance of police
department ..— 6,000.00
Maintenance of water
dapartment - 21,000.00
Operation of water de
partment - 6,420.00
Improvements of wa
ter works 41,000.00
I Street lighting _. 3,000.00
Maintenance of sewer
system —. 1,000.00
Street maintenance,
walks, construction 12,000.00
Sewer bond, principal
! and interest 7,200.00
Maintenance o f fire
department 3,000.00
Miscellaneous 2.500 00
Support of band 500.00
Parks and grounds 4 000.00
Airport 1,500.00
I TOTAL 98,020.00
Entire receipts for year end
ling 1948:
l Treasurer, taxes $21,787.65
i Water collections 18,000.00
Licenses, fees, occu
pation taxes - 4.262.00
10-11
LEGAL NOTICE
(First pub. July 14, 1949)
Julius D. Cronin, Atty.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AND HEIRS
County Court of Holt County,
Nebraska. Estates of Timothy
D McCarthy and Catherine
McCarthy, both deceased.
The State of Nebraska, To All
Concerned: Notice is hereby giv
en that Dennis A. McCarthy has
filed his petition, alleging that
Timothy D. McCarthy died in
testate August 12, 1934, a res
ident of Holt County, Nebraska,
seized of the North Half of the
Northeast Quarter of Section 4,
the North Half of the Northwest
Quarter of Section 3, and the
Northeast Quarter of Section 10,
and an undivided one-half in
terest in and to the South Half
of Section 10, all in Township 27,
North, Range 12, West of the 6th
P. M., in Holt County, Nebraska;
that Catherine McCarthy died
intestate January 28, 1935, a
resident of Holt County, Nebras
ka, seized of an undivided one
third right, title and interest in
the real estate and interest in
| real estate above described.
That petitioner, Dennis A.
McCarthy, is the present owner
of an interest in said real estate,
having derived title thereto by
inheritance from said deceased
persons.
The prayer of said petition is
for a determination of the time
of death of each of said deceased
persons; a determination of their
heirs, their degree of kinship,
and the right of descent of the
real property and interest in
real property of said deceased
persons, and that there is no in
heritance tax, state or federal,
due from either of said estates or
the heirs thereof.
Said petition will be for hear
ing in this Court on August 4th,
1949, at ten o’clock A. M.
LOUIS W. REIMER,
Countv Judge
(COUNTY COURT SEAL)
10 12c
DISPERSION SALE HELD
CHAMBERS — A dispersion
j sale of the property of the
'Clarence Kiltz estate was held
Friday, at the farm home. A
large crowd attended and sat
isfactory prices were received
for most items. Ed Thorin was
auctioneer.
Bells Came in 55 A. D.—
Bells were introduced into
France as early as 55, accord
ing to th eEncyclopaedia Brit
annica.
AMERICAN LEGION BALLROOM
“Where the Big Bands Play” ... O’NEILL
Thursday, July 21
Adm.tSl (Including Tax)
REDBIRD NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wells
were in Redbird Saturday, Ju
ly 9.
Dale Spencer, and family of
Spencer, visited at Halsey
Hull’s Saturday evening, July 9.
Mrs. W. N. Wilson was here
Saturday, July 9.
Mrs. Albert Carson and Mrs.
F. R. Bell were in Redoird Sat
urday, July 9.
F. J. Graham and Howard
Graham and family were visit
ors in Redbird Saturday evening
July 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald
visited at Pete More’s Saturday j
evening, July 9.
Ray Wilson was in Redbiid
Monday. July 11.
Will Podany and family were
here Monday. July 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hartland
were in Redbird Monday. July
11.
Elmer Luedtke and family
were callers in Redbird Monday,
July 11.
John Wike, of Lynch, was in
Redbird Monday, July 11.
Fred Truax, sr., was here on
business Monday, July 11.
Virgil Wilson visited at Wm.
Wilson’s Monday, July 11.
Edward Carson and family
were in Redbird Monday, July
11.
Gordon Barta and fandly were
here Monday, July 11.
Eva Truax was here Tuesday,
July 12.
Bill Conard was in Redbird
Tuesday. July 12.
Mr. and Mrs. George Barta of
Lynch, drove to the farm Tues
day, July 12.
Chas. Richter, of O’Neill, and
Frank McDonald, of Scottville,
i were in Redbird Tuesday, July
12.
Charley Hull and family, of
Crete, are visiting at Mike Hull’s
this week.
Michael Hull visited at Pete
More’s Wednesday, July 13.
Ray Wilson and family visited
in Redbird Tuesday evening, Ju
ly 12.
Cliff Wells and family called
here Wednesday, July 13.
Chester Carsten and family
were in Redbird Wednesday, Ju
ly 13.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bessert
| drove to Butte Wednesday, Ju
ly 13, on business.
Mrs. Albert Carson and chil
dren and Beverly Carson drove
to Lynch Thursday,-July 14.
Thomas Hiscocks was in Red
bird Thursday, July 14.
Mrs. Howard Graham and
children were callers in Red
bird Thursday, July 14.
Fredrickson’s Cattle
Market Better
Two hundred head of cattle
and 475 head of hogs were sold
Thursday, July 14, at the Fred
rickson livestock market here.
The cattle market was “some”
better over the previous week.
Yearling steers brought from
$19.50 to $21 with yearling hei
fers selling at $18 to $19.50. The
best cows brought $15.50 to $17.
Some fat heifers sold up to $20.
Canners and cutters sold for
$11.75 to $14.50 with bulls bring
! ing $19 to $20.
In the hog market, 200 to 250
i pounders brought $21.50 to $21.
85; 250 to 300 pounders sold for
$19 to $21 wifri 300 to 350 pound
ers selling at $17 to $18.75. Light
sows brought $16.50 with a few
250 pounders that sold up to
$19.50. Heavy sows sold for $13.
.50 to $15.50 and stags going for
$11 to $13.50.
Ernst Invited
to Exhibit Pictures
CHAMBERS — The Valley
Center extension club met Fri
day, July 15, at the home of Mrs
Clyde Kiltz with 10 members
and three visitors present. The
business session was in charge
of the president, Mrs. E. R. Car
penter.
Plans were discussed for get
ting Clarence Ernst, of O’Neill,
to show the pictures of his trip
to Europe at the town hall on
Friday evening, July 22.
Miss Doreen deed, a visitor,
favored the group with a solo.
Several articles of special in
terest were read. Mrs. H. C.
Walter presented the lesson on
“Undulant Fever.” The hostess
served a luncheon of ice cream,
cake and tea. The next meet
ing will be on August 12 at the
home of Mrs. Ray Hoffman with
Mrs. Grace Wintermote, as lead
.er
PROCEEDINGS HOLT
COUNTY SUPERVISORS
(Continued from page 6-A)
Frank Noffke, Jr., re
pairs _ 12.88
Robert Pease, road work 2.60
Reuben Pelzer, repairs 50.00
Perry Terwilliger, road
work .. ... 55.00
West Lbr. & Coal Co., re
pairs & lbr- 24.48
Emmet E. Wright, repairs 4.15
John Andrus, hauling
gravel _ _ ... . 50.00
Gene Batenhorst, road
work .... 68.35
Willis Berry, fixing fence 1.95
Brown’s Shop, gas & re
pairs 27 87
Andy Clark, road super
vision 55.00 j
Continental Oil Co., gas 223.75 ,
D-A Lubricant Co., diesel
oil 44.93 ]
Dankert Service, gas 244.32
Chet Fees, repairs . 37.45
Fetrow Repair Shop, re
pairs 11.00
Alex Frickel, repairs . 19.50
C. F. Gillette & Son, re
pairs . - — 3 96
M. G. Helmricks, road
dragging 43 59
Highway Eqpt. & Supply
Co., repairs 42.55
Highway Eqpt. & Supply
Co., repairs 4.13
Keating Impl. Co., repairs 8.65
C. W. Kirkland, road
work 181.05
James Kirkland, road
work 850
Leo Kramer, repairs 20 30
Lee Ranch Estate, road
work ... 25 00
Nebr. Tractor & Eqpt.
Co., repairs - 39.19
Newman Oil Co., gas &
oil 210.i6
Fehrs Tractor & Eqpt.
Co., tractor rental 736 40
Edward Seger, hauling
gravel 55.00
Karl Weichman, repairs 27.81
C. W. Wintermote. repairs 6.25
Nebr. Tractor & Eqpt.
Co., tractor . 8509.00
5 p.m. On motion the Board
adjourned until June 29, 1949 at
9:30 a m.
ANDY CLARK,
Chairman.
RUTH HOFFMAN,
County Clerk.
O’Neill. Nebraska, June 29,
1949, 9:30 a.m.
Holt County Board of Super
visors met as per adjournment.
All members present.
Meeting called to order by the
Chairman.
Minutes of the previous meet
ing were read and approved as
read.
Motion was made by Cronk,
seconded by Hubbard that the
following Resolution be adopt
ed:
RESOLUTION
“Whereas the County of
Holt of the State of Nebraska
is the owner of the road es
tate described as Lot 9 in
Block 16, Original Town of O’
Neill, Holt County, Nebraska,
and whereas the title to said
property and the improve
ments thereon was acquired
by said County at a total cost
of less than $3,000.00, and
Whereas said county now
has the opportunity to sell
Sumner Downey and Esther
Downey for the sum of $5,000.
and it appearing that said
price is the fair value of said
property under present condi
tions and that said sum is all
that can be realized therefrom
and that said property should
be sold,
“Now, Therefore, I move
you that the County of Holt
sell to Sumner Downey and
Esther Downey the real estate
above described for the sum
of $5,000.00 in cash and that
the Chairman of the Board
and the County Clerk be and
they hereby are authorized
and directed to make, execute
and deliver to said purchasers
a good and sufficient special
warranty deed to said proper
ty upon payment of the pur
chase price aforesaid.”
The Aye and Nay vote being
called for on this resolution re
sulted as follows:
Aye: Frank Cronk, Albert
Sterns, A. M Batenhorst, H. W.
Hubbard, Axel L. Borg, Alex
Frickel, Andy Clark.
Nay: None.
Motion was made by Hubbard
seconded by Borg that the fol
lowing Bonds be approved:
Harry Tegeler. Justice of the
Peace, Verdigris Precinct.
Walter O’Malley, Justice of
the Peace, Shields Precinct.
Orville Kemper, Township
Treasurer, Verdigris Precinct.
A Road petition signed by
Louis Sojka and others was read.
They were requesting that the
road commencing at NE corner
of Section 27, Twp. 25, R. 9 and
running 7 miles due West be
designated as a County road.
1 Motion was made by Cronk,
seconded by Hubbard that a
Hearing be held on this Petition
i at 2:30, July 26, 1949.
Motion was made by Baten
horst, seconded by Borg that the
following Claims be allowed and
warrants ordered drawn on the
Road-Bridge Fund in payment
of same:
Leslie Andrus, road
work $192.95
Beckwith Oil Co., repairs 2.50
Francis Brandt, road
work 22.50
Central Supply Co., re
pairs 84.17
Coyne Hardware, repairs
& supplies 12.40
Fetrow Repair Shop,
welding — — - .50
Inter-State Oil Co., oil 71.60
Leo Kramer, repairs &
labor 14.70
A. Marcellus, labor & re
pairs 15.19
Missouri Valley Mach.
Co., repairs 54.09
Missouri Valley Mach.
Co., repairs 2.29 |
Missouri Valley Mach.
Co., labor Sc parts 484.71 I
Chet McClenahan, road
work 242.25
Fehrs Tractor & Eqpt.
Co., tractor rental 736.40
E. J. Shane, operating
dragline 107.10
Shelhamer Oil & Eqpt.
Co., gas Sc repairs 102.84
Ronald Borg, road work 33.70 I
Fehrs Tractor & Eqpt. Co.
tea tr ro and : aVu5 -
tractor _ 9203.01
Melvin Andrus, road
work . _ . 32.50
Ed Brandt, repairs & la
bor 50.00
Central Supply Co.,
grease Sc oil 192.49
City of O’Neill, rental on
patrol -352.40
Deas Oil Lubricant Co ,
grezerator ... ... 54.33
B. G. Hanna, road work 246.50
Keating Impl. Co., re
pairs 32.0b
Lohaus Motor Co., repairs 18.45
Marcellus Impl. Co., re
pairs & labor ... 69.06
Missouri Valley Mach.
Co., repairs . 133.14
Missouri Valley Mach.
Co., labor & parts .... 54.87
Missouri Valley Mach.
Co,, labor & parts 1097.34
Morgan Hdw. Co., shov
el _ 2.65
Nebr Tractor & Eqpt.
Co., repairs _ 37.33
O'Neill Auto Supply, Inc.
repairs . 4.12
, Vincent Osborne, road
work . 164.00
Shelhamer Oil & Eqpt.
Co., gas & repairs _ 129.01
Richard Smith, roadwork 112.20
Dick Wadsworth, road
work__ 10.00
Fehrs Tractor & Eqpt.
Co , tractor .. 9886.68
Nebr. Tractor & Eqpt.
Co., motor patrol 9874.54
12 noon. On motion the Board
adjourned until 1 p.m.
O’Neill, Nebraska, June 29
1949, 1 p.m.
Holt County Board of Super
visors met as per adjournment.
All members present.
Meeting called to order by the
Chairman.
Motion was made by Hubbard,
seconded by Borg that the fol
lowing Claims bt allowed and
warrants ordered drawn on the
Mail-Route Fund in payment of
same: I
John Andrus, hauling
dirt ---$ 22.50
John Andrus, hauling .— 95.00
Leslie Andrus, operating
tractor _ —- 34.00
Melvin Andrus, hauling 123.76
Francis Brandt, hauling
clay-:-17.50
Francis Brandt, hauling 96.24
Kenneth Cadwallader,
road work - — 17.00
L. L. Covey, road work 33.15
Paul Head, road work 15.30
Arthur B. Kaplan, road
work ---18-03
Lyle McKim, road work 68.00
M. E. Rickard, road
work-■-12 25
Lawrence Schneider,
hauling clay - 18-80
Edward Seger, hauling
gravel 30.00
E. J. Shane, dragline op
erator —- 72.90
Richard Smith, road
work - 20.jO
Harvey Wahl, road work 34.00
Raymond Walters, road
work .- - 25.50
John Andrus, hauling
gravel 30.00
John Andrus, hauling 123 <6
Melvin Andrus, hauling
culverts 102.50
Gene Batenhorst, road
work 129.75
Francis Brandt, hauling 85.00
Clark & Mattson, gas &
oil 1°^7
Glen Cobb, repairs & la
bor 89. J~
Chas. Ford, road work 97.50
Art Humpal, gravel 106 50
Chas. Moses, loading
gravel & clay 50 0 )
Vincent Osborne, road
work 72100
Merle Schilousky, road
work 219.75
Lawrence Schneider,
hauling 1750
E. J. Shane, dragline op
♦'i ator 4lu
! Fred Smith, road work 75.55
! Stuart Twp., loading
gravel 736.70
Edwin Walters, road
work _ 2610
Walker Grave] Co.,
gravel 52.50
Motion was made by Baten
horst, seconded by Frickel that
the following Claims be al
lowed and warrants ordered
drawn on the Bridge Fund in
payment of same:
Armco Drainage & Metal
Products culverts $890.31
A. M. Batenhorst, bridge
supervision 45.00
Joe Burda, bridge work 216.75
Central Supply Co., ca- _
ble . 27-90
Armco Drainage & Metal
Products, culverts 72.48
John Andrus, bridge
work 50.00
Axel L. Borg, bridge su
pervision . _ , . 40.00
Ed Brandt, repairs & la
bor 10.00
Capital Bridge Co., cul
verts 92.33
James Coventry, bridge
work 28.00
Andy Clark, bridge su
pervision 25.00
Frank Cronk, bridge su
pervision 30.00
Coyne Hardware, sup
plies 6.52 I
H. W. Hubbard, bridge
supervision 60.00
Inland Construction Co.,
bridge repairing 3315.91
C. W. Kirkland, bridge
work 16.13
Keating Impl. Co., re
pairs 24.35
Ray Lawrence, hauling 7.50
Ernest Lieb, bridge
work 15.00
Moore-Noble Lbr. Co.,
lumber 2787.67
Andy Moeller, bridge
work _ 3.00
Jerry O'Connell, bridge
work 209.25
Donald Raymer, bridge
work 15.00 |
Wm. Siebert, bridge
work . 219.00
Richard Smith, bridge
work ...8.50
Shelhamer Oil & Eqpt.
Co., repairs_15.71
Raymond Walters, bridge
work ___ 8.50
Finkbine Bros. Co., lum
ber _281.68
Central Supply Co., cul
verts ___ .. 70.00
L. L. Covey, bridge
work ___16.15 ;
Coyne Hardware, spikes 5.15 '
Alex Frickel, bridge su
pervision 45.00
Pat Hynes, hauling cul
verts -- 12.50
David Keidel, bridge
work —__ 4 54
Floyd Keithley, bridge
work 189.00
Leo Kramer, repairs lo.vtf
Chas. Lawrence, hauling 17.50
Dana Lines, bridge work 9.50
Moore-Noble Lbr. Co.,
lumber 2700.75
Fred Moore, bridge work 77.70
Morgan Hdw. Co., sup
plies _-_ 8.35
Earl Porter, bridge work 209.25
Charles Sobotka, bridge
work _ 44.00
Ed C. Smith, hauling
plank 12.00
Albert Sterns, bridge
supervision _ 45.00
J. C. Timmermans,
bridge work .... — 3.00
Anton Weichman, bridge
foreman . 269.10
Inland Construction Co.,
bridge construction 6500.00
RESOLUTION
“WHEREAS, the County
Assessor made a budget of
$3400.00 for the Assessor's
Claims for the year 1940
which was included in the
1949 budget and allowed by
the Board.
WHEREAS, owing to the
inclemency of the weather
during t e c-^sessment season
and other conditions existin«
that could not be and was not
forseen the cost of the assess
ment in claims filed by the
local Assessors ax reeded the
budget allowed for 1949 as
sessment by $692.50,
THEREFORE, be it resolv
ed that an emergency exists
which requires an additional
appropriation of the sum oJ
$692.50 to the County Assess
or's fund for the fiscal year
July 1, 1948, to June 30, i949
for the preservation and main
tenance within the County of
the public safety, health and
welfare, and,
IT IS THEREFORE, anc
hereby resolved that the sum
of $692.50 be temporarily bor
rowed from the General Fund
of the County of Holt and that
the same be and it hereby is
appropriated to the County
Tax Assessor Fund for the
balance of the fiscal year end
ing 6-30-49, and the County
Treasurer be, and he herebs7
is ordered 'and directed tc
credit such additional appro
priation to such fund.
Motion was made by Borg,
seconded by Hubbard that the
above Resolution be adopted.
Motion was made by Frickel,
seconded by Borg that the fol
lowing Claims be allowed and
warrants ordered drawn on the
Building Fund in payment of
same:
L. O. Johnson, sand $ 4.0C
Moore-Noble Lbr. Co.,
materials _ 2991.04
D. R. Widtfeldt, labor
& materials 551.42
Uhl Transfer Co.,
hauling ..._ 15.04
W. B. Wolfe, labor on
garage 91.50
M. B. Lawrence, labor on
garage 60.76
Gilbert Strong, labor on
garage - 22.04
Norbert Uhl (John Kaz
da), labor on garage _ 238.50
Walker Gravel Co., gra
vel 14.00
Motion was made by Hubbard,
, seconded by Borg that Frickdi
be given permission to purchase
a crawler type tractor.
5 p.m. On motion the Board
adjourned until June 30, 1949.
ANDY CLARK,
Chairman
RUTH HOFFMAN,
County Clerk.
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