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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1911)
Notice of Sale Under Chattel Mortgage.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a chattel mortgage, dated Jauuary
2.sth, l.m. Kansas' City, Mo., and duly
filed in the office of the county clerk of
Lancaster, Neb., on the !th day of Febru
ary, 1!11 at 12:00 M. and executed by D.
N. Graham, Lincoln, Neb. to the Ameri
can Type Founders Co., Kansas City,
Mo., to secure the payment of the sum
of Seven Hundred Twelve Dollars and
Twenty-nine Cents ($7112.2!)) and upon
which there is now due the sum
of two notes of !js.S0 each and interest,
and default having' been made in the
payment of said notes and the amount
therein named, and no suit or other pro
ceedings having been instituted to re
cover said debt or any part thereof, there
lore, the said mortgage will sell the
property therein described, to-wit :
Gordon Job Press (rebuilt) No.
1 Side Steam Fixtures;
1 7x11 Challenge Gordon
No. 122; Side Pwr. Fix.:
1 22'-! Inch Paragon Paper
built) JSo. lL'-Hi:
10 lbs. each 12-1S Pt. Cheltenham Wide;
, M lbs. ( pt: 200 lbs. 8 pt. Century Ux
panded ; 10 lbs. each (i. S, 10. :;, 4S. 00
pt. spaces and quads: 2." lbs. 12 pt., HO lbs
1H pt. leaders No. 542; 5 lbs Opt. leaders
No. 542; braces and dashes ami fractions
for 0, S pt. Century Kxpanded.
2 fts. each 0, 8, 10. 24, .,i pt. Chelten
ham Wide; 2 It each (i, S, 10 pt. Chel
'tenhani P.old; 40 lbs. each 12, IS pt., 23
lbs each 24, IMi pt.: 1 It each 4S, 00 pt.
: Cheltenham Hold ; 20 lbs. each 12, 18 pt.
Cheltenham Hold Condensed: 2 ft each
24, :!(5 4S, 00 pt. Cheltenham Hold Cond. ;
20 lbs IS pt.. 25 lbs. 24 pt., 1 ft each 72,
!: pt. Franklin Gothic Kxlra Cond.; 20
lbs. 10 pt Century Kxpanded Italic; 1 ft
each IS, 24 pt. Tiffany Script Extended;
1 ft. each 8-12-1S Pt. Wedding Text; 1
ft. each 0 pt. Heavy Copperplate Gothic
No. 21-22-23-24; 1 ft. each 12 pt. Heavy
C. P. (io. No. 25-20-27-28; 1 ft. 18 pt.
Heavy C. 1'. (Jo. No. ;!0: 1 ft. each 12 pt.
Unit Horder. l.s-24 pt. Unit Holder ; I ft.
each 0-12 pt. Times Horder; 1 ft. each
0 pt. Panel Horder No. .",1-42; 1-2 ft.
' Delia Uobbia Ornaments.
.. 2 Lead . & Slug. 2S California Job, 3
. Ouadruple. and ! pairs News cases; 1
case Ii. S. Wood Furniture; 1 Wood
Type Case No. 2; 1 each Hickory Mal
let & Planer: 1 Metal Furniture Case;
4 Compact Kule Cases in blank ; 1 15
inch Uouse Composing Stick: HO lbs each
Leads & Sings; 30 lbs. Leads & Slugs, 13
enis; 20 lbs. Loads & Slugs 20 1-2 ems;
5 lbs. 2 pt. Hrass Utile No. 1022; 3 lbs.
2 pt. Hrass Kule No. 20S2; 5 lbs. P.rass
Kule No. 1150; 32 0 pt. 4 Col. Kule; 10
4 pt. 4 Col. Head Itules: No. 2201; 1 4 pi
4 Col. Head Kule No. 1154: 25 each Adv.
liules No. 1204 1-2 ems; 20 2 pt. Adv.
Uules- No. 1003 13 ems; 25 2 pt. Hrass
Dash Kules No. 1002K 13 ems; 15 4 pt.
Hrass Dash Kules No. 12041!; 13 ems;
4 Single Col., 1 12xlS Hrass Galleys; 2
Pair 4 Col. Quarto Chases; 1 20 inch
Wood Poster Stick; 4 dozen Hem pel
Quoins No. 1 : 2 Keys ; 10 each 4 Col.
iide & Foot Sticks; :!A & Figs 15 Line
No. 50 -Wood Type: 101 Char.; 5 ft. &
for. Wood Horder No 254: 50 lbs. L. S.
Metal Furniture;-.'! No. 15 Dbl. Stands
(24 Cases):. 1 It. 2 pt. Miters No. 1022;
2 sets each (5 pt. round and 07 Square
Corners No. 01; 1 Utility Lead & Kule;
1 Asstd. No. 2 H. & C. Thin Spaces; 2
pair Tweezers; 2 0-inch Co;np. Sticks; 4
13 em. Com p. Kules; 4 13 em Makeup
Kules; 1 Do., each Spring Tongue and
Flexible Side Gnage Pines; 1 Quart Sue
cess Heni'lne Can; 1 Pennine Hrnsh No.
2; in the City, of Lincoln, County of
Lancaster, on the l'.Mb day of June.
That default has been made in the
conditions of the said mortgage and the
snfd mortgagor, D. N. Graham, has aban
doned Raid property and left the posses
sion of the same to others.
Dated this 2!th day of May, l'.)ll.
American Type Founders Co.,
Frank Harhydt, Manager,
. Kansas City, Mo.,
i Mortgagee and Assignee.
DR; R. L BENTLEY,
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Office Hours 1 to 4 p. m.
Office 21 18 O St. . .. . Both Phones
i 1 1 fl
Month o' roses, and picnics, and graduation, and concerts and
lawn fetes, and all sorts o' thing. And why shouldn't the buyer
of fine ready-to-wear clothing have the privilege of buying season
able clothing now just as cheaply as a couple of months later in
Our "Right Now Bargain Sale."
We. are offering you the finest there is in the clothing line at prices
that others will offer you at the fag end of the season. In other
words,t-you get thepick of the line and wear your purchase two
or three menths during its proper season, and pay no more than
the man who buys three months later, when the season is over.
Room For Thought Here.
Briefly our business policy is this: "A fair margin of profit at all
times, no 'bargain sales' brought by marking up the first of the
season and coming down later, and one price to all, regardless of
season." We aim to make every purchase a bargain for the customer.
From $10.00 to $40.00.
We carry the finest lines of clothing and furnishings purchasable.
In our "Bradford" line of clothing we have something not excelled
anywhere at any price. The brand "Bradford" is a synonym for
excellence. We could exhaust the superlative adjectives without
overstating our confidence in this line. And we have others
equally good in price values.
Everything That Men and Boys Wear.
We can outfit the man or the boy from head to foot. And we
call the especial attention of organized labor to the fact that we
can do it with union made articles, too.
If You Want June Bargains In June Instead of
In September or October, See Us About It.
... , ... ,
If you want to see . the swellest line of Men's Furnishings in
Lincoln, you'll have to call on. us.
SPEEER -& S
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