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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1903)
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'ill' BUSINESS POINTERS. . .J !
J. C. Moore , abstracting. 2tf
Ji"'or bargains in real estate or
collections , call on C. E. Gandy ,
Notary Public , BrokcnBow.Itf
--yG. : . Leonard bon e abstrac-
-'Ve now have the Golden Niagara -
ag-ara line of can goods ; also the
Dcfiance liue-the best on the
marlCt. 'l'he Star Groccf } ' Co.
Remember that Dr. Scymore ,
will be in Broken Bow at thc
f Grand Central Hotel , Saturcla.y ,
October 10. 15-17
Fresh fruits at the ] aglc
The bcst ice cream soda in thc
city at Wilkin's drug store.
-A pickling receipt that never
First-Purc cider vincgar.
Second - Pure Spices.
These can be obtaincd of J. C.
Bowen , the grocer.
FOR SALU-A : dwelling house
near the public square , suitable ,
for day boarders. Enqulrc at
this ollice. 13tf
Canned goods at W. A. George
Those troubled with discasc of
the eye , car , nosc or throat can
have them scientifically and successfully -
cessfully trcated b ) ' alling on
Dr. Seymore at the Grand Ccn-
tral Hotel in Brokcn Bow. October -
tober 10. 15-17
J. G. Leonard bonded abstrac-
. Ice cream soda at Wilkin's
drug store for fi ve cents. 'I" ry It.
New wall paper and plcnty of
it , at J. C. Bowen's.
Just received a new stock of
picture frames , mouldings , mats ,
etc. Picture frames made to or-
der. Second hand goods of all
kinds bought and sold.
JUD KAY ,
39tf South Side Square.
Buy your flour at the Eagle .
W ANTnD-'l'o hire two men
that have families. Houses furn-
ished.-Wns'l' UNION MILLING CO.
38tf West Union , Neb. :
Dr. W. 1. Seymore , the well
known eye specialist will be at
the Grand Central Hotel in Broken -
ken Bow , Saturday October 10.
This office for neat job work.
'l'he Eagle Grocery for Breakfast -
Money loaned on Improved
farms. J AltlHS LnDwIcH ,
718 tf Broken Bow , Neb.
FOR SALIt-'rOW.1 lots and a
few five acre lots in this city.
lied pen CntUc .or HI > lc'
Jas. Boggs of Weissert , informs - '
forms ttS that he has decided to. .
sell his herd of Red Poll Cattle' '
at private sale. Here is a chance
for those who want to stock up
with this breed of cattle. lIe has
34 cows , 21 calves and 14 yearling
heifers. 'l'he sale will be kept
open for a few days.
LOST.-A bunch of keys. 'l'he
finder will greatly obligc the
owner by leaving them at the
FOR SAI.1t-Six room house ;
best location in city.
9tf PJt'l'nR SIMONSON.
To CUlter.CoulltY' ! I lIouHeklelle .
J. C. Bowen requests your presence -
ence at his viuegar sale all next
week at the store. llring ) 'our
The Star Grocey Co. has high
grade coffees in cans and bulk-
the very best. 'l'ry them.
FOR SALn-Choice Herefords
and Duroc Swine. Best blood
. lines. 16tf G. E. CADwnLL.
Dr. Seymors will be at the
Grand Central Hotel , Saturdar.
October 10. 15-17
Jugs , fruit jars and milk crocks
, at the Eagle Grocery.
J. G. Leonard bonded abstrac-
For a bracer , use 'rea 14eaf
Tea , at J. C. Bowen's.
UACIC TO Till' : CH.u 110111' : ,
On September 1st , 8th and 15th I\nd
October 6th the urlingtou oferes ( roulllt
trip tickets , good thirty days , to mau ) '
pomts in Indiana and Ohio I\t a fare ami
I one third rate. An excellent opportnuit } .
to visit old friends in the east. Aalt the
ticket agent for further particulars. 12-16
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l\wo columns were oC lIpie < 1 in
the Beacon last weak b.r the
lIon. W. J. 'l'aylor in defense of
Mr. Schneringer's offer to furnish I
or pay for his OWI1 bond in case
he was electell treasurer. 'l'he
article begini' ! by saying that :
" 'l'he populist convcntion commended -
mended M. . N. Sch neri nger because -
cause he furuished hi own ollici-
al bond , and promised , if elected
he would again do thc same. ' 1'0
this Mr. Amsberrj' took exceptions -
tions characteridng : it as a pop
trick , hence this discussion of
whether or not the public shou1 < l
furnish the ollicial bouds. J
wish this qucstion could be suh-
111 it tcd to the voters ou tside of
politics. I know and so do you ,
what thcir vcrdict would he.
hl\Ir. Schneringer says he will
furnish his own bond. If the
board rcquires an indemnifying
compan ) ' bond he will pay the
Mr. 'I'aylor correctly statcs the
casc which is the result of this
discussion. But he is mistaken
in his concl usion that if the
question was submitted outside
of politics that the voters would i
oppose a surety hondo All that
is necessilr ) ' to convince one. who
is financially responsihle to mcet
his obligations is to submit to
him whether he would. prefer to
sign a treasurer's hond or pay the
small pittance of three or four
cents on the thousand dollars of
his asscssed valuation.
A personal bond is all very
well as long as the other fellow
is willing to sign it , but when
the bond is forfeited it is usual
that enl ) ' a few have the bond to
pa ) ' . 'Vas it not the case in the
Weimer bond ? 'Ve still maintain -
tain that our exceptions to Mr.
Schncringer's offer to furnish his I .
own bond , which met the commendation -
mendation of the pop convention
was a "pop trick" as old as the
organization. Was it not a bid
for votes ? If it was a bid docs
it not follow that as a logical
conclusion tbat the offer was a
bribe. 'Ve believe the courts
have held that an offer of a
mone ) ' consideration for votes is
a bribe. If this is the correct
conclusion in the premisses shall
not the pop party which "com-
mendcd" the offer stand con-
denllned. 'Vhile it is . true that
the law can only impeach the
candidate's eligibilit ) , the party
that prompts the olTer is not
guiltless. 'l'he old saying that
anything is fair in war or politics
will not bear close anal'sis , nor
will it stand the test of law.
'l'he part ) ' nominees arc supposed
to go before the public on the
principles of their part ) ' and
their individualit ) ' , but it is not
the polic ) ' of weH regulated par-
tics to commend tactics that are
questionable and it is only the
dcmegogue who resort to such
"What will Mr. George do ?
Mr. Fennimore , the populist
cand id a te for su per\ ' ser , prom is-
ed the convention that if elected ,
he would oppose the county pa-
ing for these bonds. 'Vhat will
Mr. Klump do ? Please procure
for us a positive auswer to these
two questions.'l'aylor. .
Mr. George will not before
elcction maIm an ) ' money consideration -
sideration for his re-election.
Should he feel disposed after his I
elcction to malC concessions to
the board it would be perfectly
legitimatc so would it have been
for thl' pop candidate.
We had hcard before that M r
li'ennimQre sccured his nomination -
tion over Daily by pledging himself -
self to your position on the bond
question , but thought possibl ) '
he was misrepresented. 'Ve do
not know under what conditions
Mr. Klump received his nomination -
tion at the hands of the republican -
can convention but we know Mr.
Klump to be a man of good
judgement , a safe citizen and we
do not apprehend that his constituents -
tuents forced him to put on a
brass coHar before he got the
nomination. Iu fact he' is not
the kind of a man that a brass
collar won1 < 1 fit. He has a mind
of his own and because of his
good judgement he was the
choice of his constitutents. Mr.
Klump mayor ma ) ' not as far as
we know believe in Security Co.
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) < 19 r 01' COli 11 ly tI'casurcrs. TIu t
whatcvcr may be his views on
" that question should he be elected -
ed his record will be for the best
interests of the public as he sees
it on all matters on which he has
a voice. He is a man in whom
his friends have confidence and
we do not presume thai he was
pledged to any man's notions and
if elected will be untramelled.
Mr. 'l'aylor tries to maintain
his former assertion that the act
of the county board was illegal
b ) ' arguing that the law providing -
viding for county boards
pa'ing the costs of Indemnity -
demnity Company bonds conflicts -
flicts with other sections that
were not repealed. 'l'hat docs not
change the facts as long as the
law has not been declared void
b ) ' the Supreme court. Mr. 'l'ay-
lor's declaration docs not nuH ify
the law whiclr reads :
"If bonds are accepted by such
ollicials from Suret ' or Indemnifying -
fying companies , the cost of such
bonds may he paid by the com1tj'
when such bonds are required. "
It may be "a miserable act" as
Mr. 'l'aylor asserts , hut the fact
remains that he was member of
the legislature that passed it ,
amI thoug'h it ma ) ' have been ;
passed on the last day of the I
session , , we know of no reason . ,
\Vh ) ' hc could not have remained
over until the legislature adjourned -
journed and gone home the next
da ) ' and thus been present so as
to show up the miserableness of
the act and cast his vote against
it. Mr. Taylor insn ates that w
were not fair with him in not
stating that March the 28th was
the last day of the session. 'Ye
did not recall that as bei'ng the
case and we can not comprehend ,
why the charge of unfairness on
our part could be maintained on
that point , even had we have
I am aware that the legislature
was in session longer than the ) '
could receive pay , but any member
had the prerogative of tendering
his resignation as a member of
the legislative body , if he did
not care to remain without pay.
As 10115' as he did not he was
subject to the rules of the ma-
jority. 'l'he majority did have a
long siege over electing a U. S.
Senator that is true , but I do not
think there are very many in
Custer county who blame the
legislature for ho1 < 1ing out
against tha election of 'l'homp-
son , if it did take aH the session
to defeat him.
Mr. 'l'aylor asks :
" 'Yhat was the matter with
'Yeimer's bOJldsmen ? 'Vere not
the ) ' here where the officers coull
obtain service upon them , with
their hroad acres spread over
Custer com1tj' , amI. cattle , horses
and hogs by the hundred ? "
If we have been reliably informed -
formed I think Mr. 'l'a.ylor could
answer this question if he was
so disposed , as we understand
that he was one of those bonds- I
But we may be able to give the
readers of the Rnl'UBT.IcAN a
little information on that suhject
but it may not be news to Mr.
In the first place 'Veimer's
hopdsmen refused to settle the
shortage. Mr. 'Veimer had
turned his propcrt ) ' over to the
bondsmen which consisted of
over 400 acres of land and a
house and lots in Broken Bow
that cost over $3,000. Part of
the bondsmen had negotiated a
deal with the count ) ' board in
which they wou1 < 1 take the prop-
crt ) ' and release the bondsmen.
But before the deal
was completed , -
ed , others of the bondsmen of
which W. J. 'l'a'lor was one , who
had not been consulted , appeared
on the scene and opposed the
plan. 'l'he ) ' proceeded to effect
an organization of the bondsmen.
As a result no settlement was
effected and the county had to
bring suit to collect the amount
'l'he bondsmen's organbmtion
fought the suit in the courts and
trlell to defeat the effort to col-
lect. On Dec. , 12 , 1896 , the
court rendered a judgement
against the bondsmen for $6460.
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It was Nov. 1 , 1898 , one year
and four 1I10nths after that the
hoard accepted of the bondsmen.
in a cOll1promise $4420. 'l'he accumulated -
cumulated interest at th.lt date
was $502.93. 'l'he court costs
were $ lfJ4.16. 'l'he attorney fees
paid to Hamcr , Reese and St.
Clair were $450. 'l'he estimated
01 time lost b ) ' the board and
court in the investigation , $500.
'l'hc payment was $2040 less than
the jl1l1gement , m.tldng a total
deficit of $3,187.01) . We are re-
liahly informed that a number of
the bondsmen , who were execution -
tion proof by transferring their
propert ) ' or otherwise did not
pay an } ' of the shortage and that
a few had it to bear.
Other cases might be cited in
substantiations of the argument
against personal bet ds.
Mr. 'l'a'lor asks us to name a
few instances where the security I
bond has been tested on state or I
county ollicials. While there has
bcen no cases in which state or
county of1 cials have failed that
arc under security bonds , there
arc cases where corporations have
had their employees bonded that
were forfeited , and the bond
was paid promptly. The logical
conclusion is that the same companies -
panies would be as prompt with
tate or county officials. Aver ) '
important feature in favor of a
security bonds is that they send
an expert accountant once a quarter -
ter to check up all their risks.
'l'he practi e has much to do in
keeping the records and casll
ready for inspection. 'l'his alone
doubtless , prevents failures where I
sometimes they might occur.
Mr. Taylor's objection to the
precedent ot buying one official
bond is not well taken. The day
of personal bondsmen has , in a
very large degree , passed. No
matter in what official capacity
one may serve , whether township
or connty , the municipality can
better afford to pay for a security
bond 'than a few individuals.
Again , Mr. Taylor cites the
price of the state treasurer's
bond at $5,000 a year and asks
if that sum is insignificant ? In
the aggregate it is not. Nor is
the costs of running the government -
ment of the state insignificant.
But we. maintain that the amount
the average property owner pays
for the county treasurer's bon or
state treasurer's bond is insigni-
ficant. A person whose property
is valued at $400 , will pay less
than two cents on the county
treasurer's bond and the same is
true of the state treasurer. If it
was an unjust charg , although
insignificant in amount , one
would be justified in complainiug.
Bu tit is not. The bond of a
county or state official is required
to protect the taxpayers against
loss. If the loss occurs and the
shortage is made good tlw taxpayers -
payers are the benefactors. 'Ve
contend that it is not just that a
few individuals shou1 < l bear the
burden without compensation for
the benefit of the public. The
public gets the benefit and should
bear the expense.
'l'he question of who shall give
the bond , the official or taxpayers -
ers is a matter optional with the
count } ' board. Mr. George offered -
ed to give a personal bond with-
ou t expcnse to the taxpayers 8 nd
doubtless is ready to do it again.
But it is neither his nor Selmer-
ingcr's right to sa ) ' what kind of
a hond the board shall accept.
As to li'enimore or Klump we
will ha\'e the latter. Mr. Klump
is not controlled bj' any clique or
faction , and , if elected. will sen'e
his constituants in the best manner -
ner possible and will not be ham-
percd by anyone standing over
him with a club.
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U.llor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
IllUa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,25
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1101/- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . 5211
Hloor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300 It. ! 3.
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lIutter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
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nlllu..purbulhel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.W
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tllraw. llOr ewt , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
I HUKar , ( JrAuul.lea. perowl.$5.W 0 6.75
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THE RACKET STORE
lIas just received a large stock of. . . , . , . . . . . . . . .
Men's Under\vear , Eiderdovn ,
Outing Flannels and 110siery
Forladies : and gelltle1l1en that are being sold at bar-
gains. Our stock of ribbons , velvets , velvetines.
laces and embroidery will just suit you. : : ; ee our
SBlOES ; ND OVERSaOES ; : : : 'r"
li'or men , women and childrcn before purchasing.
and let us save you money. 'Ve have a finc line
of gloves and mittens , lined and unlined , for mcn
and boys at prices that are right. Our. . . . . . . , .
illjlill m Ir.lllR < < 31E ! J1Ib ) ill ) JllDill mIl ! } !
are beauties , aad the b st in the city for the
Inoney. See thenl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
E. Rayner" Co. ,
Brok.ell Bo'\/v. N brasl a
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.uN WUECK NEUt IUMmv
I.eUoy E. St. ollll A Vlctlna ,
Monday morning No. 42 , the
east bound flyer ran into an extra
stock train near Halsey and badly -
ly injured L. E. S1. John of
Hearuey. and wrecked two stock
cars and the way car. li'rom reports -
ports it appears that the stock
extra was compelled to stop before -
fore reaching a sidetrack owing
to some defect of the engine. A
flagman was sent back to flag
No. 42 , but for some reason the
engineer failed to see the flag-
man and was not aware of the
train being on the track until it
was too late to prevent a col-
lision. The usual extraordinary
remedy of reversing the engine
and setting the breaks were resorted -
sorted to but not in time to prevent -
vent a collission. A number of
stockmen were in the caboose ,
and when they saw the danger
they all left the car in time to
escape injury , except St. John.
He appears to have been asleep
at the approach of the passeng r
train and he was a wakened by
the other passengers when they
decided 'to leave the car , but as
the back. door of the car was
locked where he went to leave it
the crash came before he
made his escape. He was
found on the smoke stack
with the wrecked caboose , dead
and crippled cattle all about him.
His injuries consisted in a brolcen
hip , one leg broken in two or
three places , the other leg broken -
ken in one place , two fingers cut
off , one hand and several severe
cuts about the head and face.
The unfortunate man was
brought to this city by Dr. 'W.
E. Talbot Monday evening , who
chanced to be at his stock ranch
near Halsey when the wreck oc-
cured. The wounds were dressed -
ed and the unfortunat man wa
g \'en all possible care. He
seemed to rally and his condition
was more hopeful Tuesday morning -
ing as he was able to recognize
his mother , who accompanied by
another son arrived Monday
night from Kearney where the
famil ) ' has lived for the past
thirty one years. He lingered
until about 6 o'clock yesterda ) '
morning when death releived
him of his suffering. For three
years the deceased was publisher
of the Ilyanis 'l'ribune and he still
had stock in that vicinity , which
he had been up to look after and
was returning home when the
accident occured. Since selling
his newspaper he has been cn-
gaged in manufacturing gloves
and mittens at. Kearney. He
was thirty one years old last
week and was single. His father
S. S. St. John came up and had
his remains shipped to Kearnej
today for interment.
There will be a meeting of
Camp Guy Livingston No.3 ,
Nebraska Society. Arm ) ' of the
Philippines on Saturday evening
October 3rd , at 7:30 : in Dr. C. L.
Mullins oIT1ce. All members are
expected to be present as there is
some business that must be attended -
tended to at once. All 8th Army
Corps Soldiers are invited whct1 -
er members or not.
C. L. MULLINS , Pres.
'VM. D. GRANT , Sec'y.
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dUllllruot In "uppurt or his cll\llll. IIUII thlltillill
ptoar will he malh , hI ruru It ! gislur Bnd lecelvl'r
at 8rolloll Uow , Nob. . 011 Nov"nlll > r . 11103 , vi ? :
MahelJ. Whltu , tormorly Mllbl".I. HIIIJII IIr All
selmo , Neb . tor 11.11 : . t\o. 'jt K'a-l' ! } ! IIW1. ( "I' ! ,
8W UU : : ! tcllou 20 TOWIIP"II' IJ N"rth. HIIII O
2J : ' . tJo lIal&lI" thu tllllowlll wILm.psts tu
prove bl. eoulllluu rl'dtlllco \ 1111011111111 ClIlliYII'
llou ot 8ald 111111 , vlz : lbRrloB ) M. tn'l't ur
Uoo.lor. Neb : ( JoortI : W. : :1111111. : of Hu"lor ,
Neb. : Willard E Wbltu or Allhullllll , NI'IJ , ; Olin
J. Life IIr Morl' " , Neb .
15.20-59 JAaI"'IIITY.III1AU , Hml tl1r. II I I
Unl ed LIU08 LUlld lIlIIee. l
Uueoill. Neb. . U.l. : . ! 2. I'I. : f
Nolleo 18 herelly Jlvon : that lho hlllllw'lIIIlIm -
el "Uler haBl1Iod uollce IIr hlJr 111101111,11 III II1l1l1e
JlIIIIlvrool III u"IJort or her cl.llIl. IoIIJ llllll Mull !
pro..t will b. . nltlIO ) beloro 'lbu \ ' ' ' 111 IY .1I"lgo HI
lhokOIl Uow. Neb , UII Oelolwr I , 191):1 ) : vir : ;
Lulu Chujilu. tormerly Luu1) . , . rll' ' .an ! 1 !
ItW nWi ! .w i "w IIO4' ! or cetl , " , H , T\I\vlJ bll'
15 t'lortll. ltallooO'e.II. : ! . B a'jo.l. & " , . : : ! hu
Dumas Iho rollowlllJ : Wllul'oHeH to IIIUV I.or CUll' - . .
Iluuus r..ldulleu IIpOIl 1111 < 1 1'11111\,111. " , . .r 8.111 ,
IIIUtl. vlz : Churlo" I. . Bo . .on lit 111"Bow. \ .
eb : \ \ 11111111I K. 010'011 01 IIrnl.oll I/lv ! , eh. ;
l'utlrlc8 1" . H.lI1l11olld ot Urokl'1I 110\\ , . . .h. ; .
A. Uldellollo or Ilrokell U"w , " "b
15.\0-60 \ \ ' . A , UIIIIIIN. Ih'glpter.
NuTW" 1' . ) NON'III HIN'l'S. \ .
In Ihe District Coort or CIIBlcr COllllty Nchfllkkll.
! ! 'rallk U. YOIIIIJ : .
ClllrlctllI U , II DeLI , LL III.
To thu Dakota LOlln COfl.oral1oll , Olollc In-
velmcnt COlnlauy. III'ur ) ' A. WlUall ItM He-
cblver , J. Lowell Mooru uud J. L. : 'Illoro. 'l'rIlM.
tOU8 ; YOII allllllllcl1 01 YIIU ' " 0 IWII'by 11111111011
that Llio 1lalntilI Iliod 1118 11011111111 III lhu 1119-
tlCI Courl oe t .ulil"r Counly. Nohlll-Ioll , on Ihu
JOth dRY ot Septelll , or , n. I'JOI. : IhlJ ohj Cl 111111
t1fllyer of whlcb are 10 tureclo..c curLnl1i I'elll
elliitu lUorlglgfl glv"l1 b , tto salll Ollarlos II
Uuunutt to thb lilobu Invu lIuelit lJllmpallY 1111,1
uow OW lied by tills plalntlll. which H "I IIIClrl-
gllgo wali glt'ell to 8"cure tllu IIaYIII III or tbo CIllO
prullll680rv 11010 or lIld ChRrleri II. JlUII11 < I1t rll'
tbu sum ur &iOO.UU , d.led ( ) ctulJCr 1'1 , lH" ' : , 111111
duo Uetob.r lal , IK'J7. lillil Upllllihu : : ! oulIIlI"lr . .c
the Nurtu We lllllluLcr IIllIllhe tjlluLh 111111 Clr lb'l
Norlh Blbt IIUULlJr or : : ! oclloll 'rhlr ! ) tour 131' '
'l'oWII.lllp I < 'Htuou (15) ( ) Nunh. " "IIIU r-lIwL , . . I
( l9J Wt:8t oe Iho ( , Lb 1' , M. , III CUHtcr CUllnl ) ' ,
Oerllult havlugtcen \ III tlu 10 Ihplh I11dlll or
alllllllolO ) IIlId IlIulU belllg 1I0W dllil till ! " 11111 ( It "
t7UUUO wllb Inlerll t thoreoll troll1 llrll \81. \
IS'JS at 10 per cent I'or IIUIIUIII. pllllllllil IIrllYB Ibut
Ialt ! IDonia : tI bo roroelu cllllnllhu 1..1111 IOItI tOJ
ullery the amolillt dllu then'lIlI.
l'lallllll1'nl"o pm ) " lhllt tbu murl p\gtJ Jivell : hy
Oeolg J . lJro B olld wlto Myro& . \ . CruSM 10 thll
IIIIJtll Morlg..ge . 1,0811 ( ) lIrllomtilln III' , Jlllle ilh.
lti.tl. ! aUII rec..rd6l1ln lIoJok U 01 morlJI1 : h III I.gu
4S6 or tl10 recorda or Lu.lor eUOhty , . . .cbruskll ,
bl ! declured to hu 110 IItlll 011 811hl I relllhl'8. 1I11t1
subject 10 thu tlltlHIJ 0' JlmltlitiouH , IIIItI " " "H
thll tl10 811111U bo " ' 1110\(1 ) a8 II cloud frolll the
tltlo to uld IlInd 11I,11 , the 1lalnlll1'K mllrtg'I 'J III
bo iJrlor a011 II h.t" ' . hol tu ald 1II0rlg IW AI811
Ihllt u certallllllortgagu glvon by thlJ . . .111 OhM 1"1\
U.llulluett t.1 the IIllIlIu IIIVC"llIIulit CUIIIIIIIII ) .
date,1 Uctubor IHI , 11102. 10 BCCllru lhtI" \ ) IIl1'lIt
lOt $ Ii.SlulIll . "eonh'lIII \ hook 43 , I" o allH bu
docru"d as Junior 1I111111110rior 10 IHIIIIILIIl'H IIUIII _
You will liUvwer 8JllillelltluIJ on or bor " " the
9\h , da ) 0' Novomhor. fn. . 1'J ,
Olltua lit IlrokelJ lIuw. eliruBkll thl" 30th dllY
or liullllllllb r. I'J03 t'UANIt 1VOUNII. \ .
161'1-61 II' hl8 Atloruuy. I1.l'U'IIJIIlIAN. .
- . - - - - - .
I YOll may drop onto 1\
Good r"hing :
by talking farm lanlls to IItc. If } 'ollllrc
looking for profitable invcstmcnt ill
this lIuc we cun assist ) 'ou to find it. We
are tlte sel1ing I\gunL' ! for 1II1\n ) ' hlllulrclls
of acres of cxcel1ent
FARM L NDS !
! n this 1\1111 adjoining cOlin tics. Milch of ' I
It can be put nnder cultivation with II1t1e .
trouble. SoIllC of it Is 1IIore HlIitablc for :
pasture. 'flte prices are vcr ) ' attractive
James Led'\vicll. I .
Droken llow '
, - - Nebraska.
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