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D. M.AMSUItKHV , - PUnLISIIIH
CIIAS. K. BASSItTT , - ASSOCIATIt
Thursday , July 11 , 1907.
The dog days are approaching
and iUs the time of year when
some people arc inclined to throw ,
a few fits over hydrophobia. I
There arc many people who really - '
ly believe there is such a disease. I
'l'here are others who are convinced -
vinced the whole thing is a fake.
Whether real or true the sensational -
tional newspaper reports and
gossip about the maUer has a
tendency to frighten nervous
people. If they are bitten by
dogs they ima ine they are going
to die a hornble death and so
great is the power of mind over
matter that some do. It is the
experience of men engagcd in
the operation of kennels and
breeding dogs through long
periods of years , and of official
dog catchcrs , that there is no
such thing as rabies. They are
most frequently bitten and a
record of the investigations made
among these men-the most like-
! y to have died.of hydrophobia-
IS that the stones are falsc. A
little more thought , lcss hysterics
and ordinary care in the use of
antiseptics would prevent much
senseless fright. If you are bitten -
ten by a dog and the skin is broken -
ken , wash the cut with a weak
carbolic acid solution and go on
about your business. The person
bitten is less likely to suffer than
1 scratched by a rusty nail.
Since July 1 it has been possible -
sible to send special delivery letters -
ters through the mails by affixing
10 cents worth of anv . kind of
stamps , in addition to the usual
postage , to a letter and marking
It "Special Deliverv. " Hon.
Champ Clark , of Missouri , who
will deliver an address at the
Broken Bow Chautauqua on July
29th. was responsible for the
change and it is one of the most
sensible things he has ever done.
When it is most wanted to mail
special deliverlletters , it is usually -
ally least possible to get into a
postoffice to secure the special
stamps for that purpose. The
amendment is simple and sane
The wholesale rocers in their
National convention in Chicago : .
claimed credit for their indorse-
ment of the pure food legislation.
They should favor it. There is
no advantage in their backing
up crooked manufacturers and
working against the interests of
the consumers though it is
claimed that many of them , like
the retailers , still knowingly
baml1e and sell goods that arc
under the ban , because they can
be bought more cheaply than the
purer articles. The wholesalers
have it in their power to assist
radically in the enforcement of
pure food laws by putting illegal
manufacturers on the black list.
The Fourth is over and the
people of the United States are
. recovering from the effect of the
holiday. Some of the noise has
passed for another year. Gone
with the racket , smoke and dust
are some young lives , many
pieces of fingers and a long list
of dead and maimed mark the
celebration. The " ane Fourth"
-so earnestly desired by a majority -
jority of the people-is as remote
as it has ever been , because the
misfortunes of this year will be
forgotten before the end of another -
other twelve months.
The 'pops charge the republicans -
cans with the adoption of many
of their "ismail-but so far the
administration has side-stepped
the pops sub-treasury scheme and
the republicans have not revived
the free silver agitation-neither
bave the democrats , regardless
of their yelping support of it.
Now that he has been capture
Rockefeller will probably do.
nate a few more millions to som
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The P ostoffice
Robbed of $30
The Broken Bow Postoffice is Entered
by Thieves who Secured About
$30 in Small Change.
Is there an or..amzed . band of
thieves operating. in this city , or
is it some enc citizen , who is
pilfering and causing consternation -
tion among the residents ? ' 1'hat
is the question being asked by
Broken Bow citizens , most of
whom , on account of recent developments -
velopments , now sleep with one
Last Monday night the window
at tbe rear'of tbe United States
postoffice in Broken Bow was
pried open and entered by burglars -
lars wbo setured about $30 in
change that had been left in tbe
drawer uscd for tbe receipts from
box rent. About 700 dollars
worth of stamps had been left
out of the vault on account of
moisture whicb causes them to
adhere , and these were on the
counter in plain view but escaped
molestation. This feature of the
robbery indicates the parties arc
not new at the business and did
not burden themselves with
The screen on the rear window
of H. A. Watts' book and news
store , next door to the postoffice ,
was also torn out 'the same night ,
but entrance was not effect d ,
which inclines officials to the belief -
lief that the robbers were frightened -
ened away by the appearance of
someone on the street.
The same night a scare was
thrown into Rev. Baumgardner ,
of tbe U. B. church , and family.
They were awakened at about 3
o'clock hy a choking sensation ,
while the rooms were : . fiUed with
a vile odor resembling , as lIear as
can be described , a cess-pool in
the last stages of decay. The
police were summoned and an
investigation developed that a
screen had been removed from
the bed room window , while
strange foot prints were visible
on the ground underneath.
The worst blow that San Francisco -
cisco has ] .0 recover from is that
Schmitz will again run for the
mayoralty-for a "vindication. "
After he serves five years in the
"pen , " to which he has just been
sentenced , the people will probably -
ably ( eel that further vindication
John D. l ockefeller found it
was easier for a camel to hump
himself through the eye uf a
needle than for an oil king to
evade a subpoena server of the
United States court.
White men must be more
prosperous in Texas than'former-
ly. A white citizen of that state
was recently fined $15 and costs
of prosecution for killing a
A man in the eastern part of
the state made an innovation in
the style of a "card of thanks"
and relieved the monotony to a
certain extent by adding a P. S.
New Yorkers arc the victims
of the strike habit and would
probably be unhappy if everything -
thing was working satisfactorily.
After having shot the Fourth
of July full of holes , there is
nothing in sight that can be celebrated -
brated until Labor Day.
Have Filed Necessary Papers.
George B. Mair has filed the
necessary papers with the county
clerk to insure his name being
placed on the primary ballot as a
candidate for the office of clerk
of court , a position he has fillcd
most acceptable to the tax payers
and with credit to himself. He
is an accurate and painstaking
official , thoroughly conversant
with the duties of the office and
better able now , with the knowledge -
edge acquired during his incumbency -
bency , to serve his constituents :
and patrons of the office.
Upon the request of a large
number of friends and acquaint-
ancesGeorge Hilton , of Weis.
sert has become a candidate for
the office of sheriff on the republican -
publican ballot. George was
born in Custer count } . in 1881
and has continuously resided
here since that important evedtl
consequently is not an interloper ,
but the straigbt goods and bettCI
than a yard wide. He is a SOI1
of David Hilton of this city and
his acquaintances and friends
say that he is just the propel
l article for a good , reliable sheri
. and that they will stick by hiw
for the nomination , and electiolJ
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Nearly everyone likes 0 fine
hair dressing. Something to
make the hair more manageable -
able ; to keep it from being
too rough , or from splitting
ot the ends. Something , too ,
that will feed the hair at the
same time , n regular hair-food.
Well-Fed hair will be stron2and
will rcmnin where it belongs-
on the head , not on the eomb 1
The best 1lnd of B tOlltlmonlal-
. . 8)1..1 f.Jr : : ever sixty yoars. "
ad II by J. O. All1'r 00. . Lowen. Mu. .
"I 1.100 manurao&urer. or
AM , SARSAPARilLA.
1Jers CIIERRY PECTOUL.
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The Old Settlers' Picnic
The Annual Custer County Old Settlers -
tlers Picnic Will be held August
7th in Brolten Bow.
FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT OF EVENT.
12 o'clock basket dinner in the
ci ty park.
1:30 : p. m. At this time a
program will be carned uut which
will consist of talks by old timers
of Custer county , vocal , instrumental -
mental and band music and a
good social time generally.
The follawing- medals will b.e
The oldest male resident in
The oldest female resident in
The first born male child.
The first born female child.
Winners of medals must be in
attandance at the picnic.
The following program of
sports will be carried out :
Old timers foot race. Settlers
of the 70's , $2 and $1.
Old times foot race. Settlers
of the 80's , $2 and $1.
Boys foot race. 12 years and
under , $1 and 50c. '
Girls foot race. 12 years and
under , $1 and 50c
Cash prizes of $3 , $2 and $1
will be given for the best paper
on "Early Inldents : in Custer
county. " This contest will be
open to all residents of the
county , whether members of the
Association or not. Each paper
-may contain from 500 to 2000
words. Competent judges will
award the prizes.
A picture of the Old timers
will be takcn.
Everybody is i vited. Come
with your dinner baskets well
South Omaha Market.
Clay , Robinson & Co. , South
Omaha , under date of yesterday
reported as follows :
There has been but a moderate
sUJply of citttle here this week.
Pnces have generally ruled strong I
to higher and values at this time I
are at the high point of the sea- !
son. Tops have reached $6.85
this week which , outside of one
sale in December , is the highest
point reached since 1902.
Thc cow question was settled
bere yesterday so far as South I
Omaha is concerned. The packers -
ers have agreed to buy aU cows
and heifers straight with the
exception of dairy cows and common -
mon native canners , which will I
go subject to post mortem
government inspection. Do not
crowd your cows to market too
soon , allow the trade to establish
itself to tbis new basis.
The hog trade was liberally
supplied again today and the
trade was a nick Ie lower. The
bulk sold at $5.60 @ $5.70 ; top
Have Filed for Primary Election.
Filings by candidates for office
to bave their names placed on
the primary election ballots commenced -
menced this week and the list is
being augmented dav by day.
Up to this morning filings have
been made as f0110ws :
A. Fonda , Oconto.
George Hilton. 'Veissert.
H. F. Kennedy , Broken Bow.
Cbas. E. Cannon , Ansley.
l Joe Wilson , Westerville.
i Coun ! ) ' Treasurer-Republican. I I
J. E. Cavene , Geor etown. I
: For Clerk of Court-R publicaD.
l I George B. Mair , Callaway.
I For County Clerk-Republican.
I Jos. Pigman , Broken Bow. '
Hayes' Jewelry Stlre ! 1
Entered by Thieves I
F. W. Hayes Sustains a Loss of Near
$700 by .Thieves Who Broke a
Window and Entered.
'L'hcre was mucb excitement
spread abroad iu this city last
Saturday morning when it became -
came known that during the
night F. W. lIayes' jewelry store
had been entcred by burglars
who made a c1ean.up of watche
and rings , the value of which
is about $700 , forty-fiye new
watches and sixty-three rin s ,
beside a number of brooches , being -
Mr. Bayes had no fear of
burglars and recently has not
stored the jewelry in the vault at
night , which became Imown to
someone who lost no time in
going to it in a highly successful
manner. The watches left for
repair were in the-vault , however ,
whereat Mr. Hayes jubilantly
shakes hands with himself.
The thieves were well up on
burgling tactics as is shown by
their adept work in gaining en.
trance to the store. 'On the rear
window they stuck 11y paper and
that part of the window-glass
1hus covered was broken , the
pieces adhering to the paper and
making no noise as it would by
falling , the paper also serving to
deaden the sound when the glass
Three suspects were apprehended -
hended and put through a course
of "sweating , " but each proved
their whereabouts during that
night and were released. Suspicion -
picion was also dIrected to
another party who left the city
shortly after the robbcry and a
surveillance is being kept on
him. It is sincerely hoped by
all , except the guilty ones , that
the burglars be apprehended and
given the severest p.nalty pre.
scribed by law.
Miss Charlotte 1'empleton , of
the State Librarv association ,
will appear before the citizoos at
the Junior Normal at 11 a. m. ,
July 12 , to give her exchl1ent address -
dress on "What to. Read and How
to Read. " Everybody is cordially -
ly invited. Admission free.
"J. L. Koozer's spent Sunday at John
noyce's in the Bow.
Miss Della Howard. traveling aglmt
for the Nebraska Children's HOUle as-
sociation. spent Sunday in this neigh-
The 4th wa ! ! celebrated in a very pleasant -
ant manner in Mr. Biggerstaff's grove
near the school house. Mr. Stone. ? tIr.
Routh and Mr. Sands deserve the thanks
of the neighborhooll for their work in
preparing the grove , seats , tables , etc.
Eugene MaRde and family left for
Oklahoma Tuesday Ulorning after spending -
ing a few days visiting at Eber Barbers.
W. W. Bishop and family took inner
with Joe Cole's Sunday.
Prairie Hill Happenings.
Mrs. Charley Huffman and son , Frank.
of the Loup. visited at Mr. Huffman' In
Prairie Hill last week.
Mrs. Huffmans sister , of Callaway. was
with her during the sickness of her
children last week.
Mr. and Mrd. Furrow visited their
sou and daughter , near Merna , Sun ay.
Allie and Austin Furrow visited at Mr.
A number of friends froUl Prairie Hill
celebrated the 4th of July at Merna last
Mr. and Mrs. George Reeder spent
Sunday at Elgie Whitney's , in Custer
Roy Huffman is confined to hi : ! bed
with measles ,
Elsie and Ld"a Keller , who are attending -
ing Junior Normal. vislted at their home
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Dry Valley Doings.
Mr. and Mrs. DaU1er , of Ansley. are
visiting at Mr. and Mrs. Claus Marths.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Worley last Sunday.
Mr. Brass shipped cattle today on a
special , 242 head. and Tuesda ) ' will ship
400 head from Sargent.
The celebration has < ! ame and gone and
wany are glad it is over.
Quite 11 crowd from Lee } ) ark and
Arcadia were presen t at the celelration' , '
at Comstock. July 4th.
J. T. Arthur arrived home from Mexi.
co last Saturday. Tom I ! lYS he never
missed a feed while on his 20 day trip.
Another and himself were the only oues
who can say this wuch.
Claus Marth intended to go to Omoha
to visit his mother. but thought he would
not take the time just now but go lahr.
The weather is ideal for an kinds of
The cutting of wheat will 1 > eiin tn
nbout ten days.
Three head of horses were killed , near
Sar ent by lightening during the storm
Will Brown , of Comstock , al111 Mr.
Marsh , of Columbus , were over night
visitors nt Mr. and Mrs. lerh"11S0n'S 111lt
l riday. ,
Mr. Howard had the misfortune to
lose seven head of cattle . , July 4th. by
falling into nn old unus.eel well. Such
accidents oUiht to be avoided by filling
when wen s abandoned. "A stitch in
time saves nine , " or "an ounce of preventive -
ventive is worth pound of cure" holds
good in such case.
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I Degree of Honor Picnic.
At the reg'ular mceting of the
Degree of Honor last Tuesday
evening , arrangements were
made for the annual picnic , to
talt place next Tuesday , July
1Mh , at Burdick's , n-rove. The
Grand Chief of Hotlor , Mrs. Mary
Latk.r , is a gucst in the city and
will be present. Sports and
amusements have been put in the
hands of a competent committee.
All members , with their J amilies
and friends and lunch baskets
and r.onveyances , ( theRe that
have thcm , ) are requcstel to
meet in the south park at nine
All teachers in the county must
give careful r. ttention to this announcement -
nouncement , as no further special
an ouncements will be made.
In the announcement of the
Junior Normal the following
statement appeared :
"TUE COUNT V TnACHERS' IN-
STITUTIt will be the last wcek of
the Junior Normal. All who expect -
pect to teach in this county
should attcnd this week , UNI.I\SS
EXCUSED IN ADVANCE. "
, ! 'he County Institute will be
held for one weck , beginning
July 29. Prof. Chas. Fordyce ,
who is so well and favorably
known , will be at the head of the
Institute. assisted by Prof. J. M.
McIndoo , Prof. J G. W. Lewis ,
and Mrs. 1\1. A. Phillips , of
Wayne-as strong' a corps of instructors -
structors as the state affords.
Under the rules for the present
year the County Superintendent
may recommend the transfer of
ali grades of 80 or above from
last years' certificates , or of all ,
grades except in tbe five essentials -
tials from certificates of former
years which expired since October -
ber 1 , 1905. This favor will be
granted for all who attend Institute -
tute , AND FOit NO OTHERS ,
unless they have previously been
excused for good reason.
H. 1\1. PINCKNEV , .
Robert , son of Mr. and Mrs.
G.V. . Huffman , residing northwest -
west of Broken Bow , died July
8 , 1907 , age 11 years , 2 months ,
Little Robert had been sick a
long time and his death was not
unexpected. He was a loving
son and an affectionate brother
and was loved by all who' knew
him. He leaves a father and
loving mother two sisters and
two brothers besides relatives to
morn his death. Rev Baum.
gardner , pastor of th U. B.
churcb , Broken Bow , conductec1
the funeral servicef3 which were
held at the home Monday at
5 o'clock. Manv friends and
neighbors extend sympathy to
the family in their bereavement.
Interment was made in the ceme-
teryat Callaway. H.
Marriage Licenses Issued.
It was supposcd that the
various 4th of July celebrations
would produce an avalanche of
weddings , but the facts do not
warrant the supposition-up to
the present timc-as will be
noted from the list of licenses
issued during the past week , as
John F. Lewis , Anselmo : . . . . .21
Lillie V. Bass , Anselmo. . . . . . .20
Bernard J. McNitt , Brownlee. .34
Mary J. Murphy , Bonner. . . . . .32
Sam'l M. Beadle , Cairo. . . . . . . .29
May Deming , Brolten Bow. . . .23
Albert W. Miller , Burwell. . . . . 24
Edith M. Haines , Broken Bow.22
I will he in room 17 , . Burlington
hotel , on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday -
day of each month.
DR. C. PICKWl'T ,
4t. See Pension Board.
Want to Rent House.
A residence of five or six rooms
wanted. Rent paid monthly in
advance. Inquire at HEPUHI.ICAN
B. & M. Train Schedule
WI S'I' IJOU ND
No. 3' ) localpaHsellller. ex. Sunday. art 6:20 pili
41.coast pa > lselliter. dally. Icave. . . . 7:511 a III
43 coallt JlaHHellltcr. dally Icave..12:2 : a III
47 local ( rellthl. arrive : .1:10 : II III Iv 310 ; II m
No. 40 10calpasllell\Cer. Icave. . . . . . . . . . . .8:20 : a III
42 coast l'aKHenl'er. leave , . . . . . . . . . .5481 ; > III
44 coal t IlafiRenlter.leave. . . . . . . . . . .5:14 ani
48 local ( relll'ht arrive. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2:10 : II III
3'J and 40 do not rUll wcst o ( BroKen 1I0w
Schedule of Broken Bow Mail. .
Schedule o ( arrival alld Ileparture of 1I1:111s
from Broken Bow IJOst onice
Pouches ( or cast cloKc as follows :
'f'rah , No. 40 , ? a III ; No. 42.5:45 : Pili ; No.
44,7:4:1 : 1' . III.
Pouches ( or west cl08e as follows :
'J'ralu No. 43. 7:45 : II. III. ; No. 41.6:30 a. III.
Onico Itours. 7 a. III. 10 7:30 P. m.
Office opcn Sundavs ( ronl I ) tll 10 a. m.
1. . U. JKWKTT. I' . M.
J. E. WILSON ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practice III State alld } , 'ederal Courtl. Ab-
8tract o ( titles examined. Heal Eltate and
MUIII lpal Law a specialtY. Dealer In Real
Estate. Strict attelltlon II'lven to all bUll lien
Office In Meyer Ulock. I'holle 110. Urokeu UowI I
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Estrayed from undersigned ,
marc pony , bay color , short cars ,
scar on left stifle , had on leather i
strap halter and rope. Liberal "
reward for information leading
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GUOHGIt CUANDLItH , J' .
Dunning , eb.
House To R nt.
I have a six room house to rent. ,
all at Kimball's Undertaking : , /
rooms. 4tf' .
Bargain Bulletin . > 'J ' '
on Pianos and Organs. , ; , , ' : , ' 1' . '
1 second h.and organ. . . . . $ 10.00 " t
1 new , 'sohd oak , 10 stop , " .j ; : !
$60 organ. . . . . . . . . . . . . 38.00 ,
1 new , solid oak , 12 stop , I' ,
$75 organ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55.00'
1 new Mahogony piano :
organ , worth $150. . . . . . 95.00 I
1 slightly used Richmond
pianooriginal value $325 175.00 .
5 new pianos , highest
quality at fifteen per
cent off this
H. A. WATTS. .
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NOTICE ROBA'I'E 01 < ' W zr- "
' 1'nE STATE OF NEuuASKA , l !
CUSTEIt COUNTY. f' .
To all the Devisees dnd Legatees. and all
persons Interested In the Estate of Jhtnes M.
Caldwell , Deceased.
Whereas , Hobert E. Holdcn. of said County.
has lIIellln my omcc an Instrument purport.
Ing to be the last Will and 'l'estament of
James 1\1. Caldwcll. deceased , late of said
cOHnty , and aJ > ctltlon praying to have the
same admlttc to probate , which Will relates
to both real and personal estate. whereupon
I have ' appointed the : ' . \lth day of .July , 1907. at
\I o'clock In the fortmoon , at my onlce In said
county. as the time and place y u and all
concerned may appear and contest the pro.
bate of the same.
In 'l'esthllony 'Vhereof. I have hereunto set
my hahd and allL1Ced my omclal seal , this
11th da ) ' of July , 1007. ,
IBEALJ A. n. IIUM1'fIlIEY , County JUdge.
"Irst pub July 11-3t
NO'I'ICE ' 1'0 NON.HESIDENT DE.
'fo Mrs. A. I. . Carson , widow , first name un.
known ; Mrs. Walter Carson , willow , tlrst
name unknown ; the minor children of 'Mrs.
'Valter Carson , whose names are unknown ;
llIsslyra Carson , single ; the unknown heirs
of A. L. Carson , l1eceasedfull name unknown
and the unknown heirs of 'Valter Carson ,
You anll each of you will take notice
that on the 11th day of July. 1007 , Kingman &
Company , lIlell a petition. by their attorney.
against you and each of you In the District
Court of Custer county , Nebr. , the object anll
prayer of which Is to cancel two certain
mortgages as follo\vs , to-wit : Onc for the
sum of One 'l'housand ( iIOOO.UO ) Dollars dated
March 1st , lB88 , given by Gustavus W. Wlllle
and wife to the Lomllard Investment Co. ,
recorded In Book 20 , at page 231 of the He.
cords of Custer county. Also a certain mort.
gage for the sum of One Hundred ( IIUO.OO )
Dollars dated January ll1th , 18\11 \ , given by . .
Gustavus 'V. Willie , wldowe ) : " . to the Proyl.
lIent 'frust Co. , and reconltd In Book 51. at . .
Page 23i. of the Hecorlls of Custer county.
Both of said mortgages fiecurell on the north.
east quarter ( ne ) of section four (4) ) . town.
ship nineteen ( III ) range eighteen ( lB ) , Custer
county , Nebraska.
Said mortgages were assigned to A. I. . "
Carson , 10rmer manager of the salll King-
man & com\tany \ , at their branch omce In the
city of Oma la , State of Nebraska , 'I'hat said
mortgages werc assigned to sall1 A. L.Carjon
In the usual course of business for anll In.
behalf of said I\ngman \ & Company. !
Said A. L. Carson being now deceascd , s ld
Ingman ( & Company prays for a decrec-
tllelCourt , finding lIalll mortgages were pur.
, chased by the said A. L. Carson for Kingman ,
& COmltany. 'rhat In taking the said assign'
ment In his O\vn name , he acted for 'said
Kingman & Company and not in his own be.\ \
l1al1. 'l'hat said mortgages may be cancellell
of record al1l1 the title 01 bal 1aml qUlcte In
salll Kingman & Company. .
You are requlre to anliwer this petition on
or before the 211th day of August , 1007.
Dated July II , 1001. :
. KINGMA.N & COMI'ANI I
B ) 'VU.LIB CA.DW&I.I. , 'l'helr Attorney. . '
Attest , GEO. U.lAlIt. . [ SEAL )
First IlUb July lI-1t .
SU\l\lONS llY PUUI.ICA'1'ION. I
In District Court , Custer County. Nebraska. ,
Lymnan N. Pierce , Plalntln. :
Levi Hambleton , Trustee. and " I
the Central Iowa I.oan & Trust
Co. , a corporation , Dcfen ants. J ,
Levillambleton , 'l'rustee , and : the Central 1
Iowa Loan & 'frust Co , will take notice that :
on the II th ay of JUlylOO7 , Lyman N. Pierce , , i
plalntlf hercln , lIIed nls petition In the Dls.
trlct Court of Custer County , Nebraska ,
against Levi Hambleton , 'l'rustee , and the
Central Iowa Loan & 'l'rust Co. , a corpora.
tlon , the object an prayer of which are to
Ilulet and contlrm plaintiff title In fee simple
to the following escrlbed real estate , situate
In Custer county. Nebraska , to-wit : fl'he
ne of section 3.1 , township III , north of range
25 , west of 11th P.\l. I"or the reason that In
deed of N. C. 'l'owno an'I'own to s ld
Levi Hambleton. 'l'rustee. dated about Janu.
arv JU , IBI/I : , al1l1 recorded ! \lay :10 : , 181/3 / , In
B ok 21 , Page 13' , of the Deed records of said
county , Said deed falls to show the nature
amlllurpose of balll trust and In the deed of
/Jald Hambleton , trustee , to plalntlf , dated
ahout April 1st. IBI/I / : , and on Al1rll : 'Bth , 1893 ,
recorded In hook H , on page 5\10 \ , of the Deed
records of .sald . county , 5ald deed falls to
show the nature and purpose of said trust.
PlalntUf alleges said trust was fully per.
formed allli said trustee had lawful authority
to convey said real estate to him In fee
Plaintiff alleges that through self and
grantors he has owned and occuplell bald
land for more than ten years last past and
lias claimed anll exerclbell open , notorious
allll all verse possesKlon In and to the same.
PlalntUf asks that the cloull 011 his title to
salll real estate he removed , that tjJe title In
Ice Kimple he Iluletcd and contlrmed In him
anll for such other and further relief as may
he just and e1lultahle.
lJcfenllants will take notice that on August
: JOt II , 1M. he will take lIeposltlons.of A. I" . N.
IIamhletoll , witness , to be used as evidence
In tile trial of the ahove entltled'cause at the
ol1lce of J. B. Bollon. a Notary l'ubllc , , In
Oskaloosa county of Mahaska , state 01
between the hours of JU a. m. and , I p. Iowal
salll da ) ' and the taking of lIalll depo : > ltlons . . . .
will he adjournell from ay to ay hetweel1
till' same hourI ! until completed ,
Yfu : are required to allswers lIaill petition
all or before the II/th / day of August , 11101.
Uated .Iuly II. 11101.
LY IAN N. PI&1I0E.
By SIMON CAMEIION. Attorney.
I < 'lrst Ilub July lI-1t ' .
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DR. C. B. JOB ,
Physician and Surgeon
Office nUll residence opposite U. B.
# oX'.f.cr. " # # .o-.JQf.
F. W. HAYES ,
J ewe1er and O tician
West Side Square ,
Broken Bow ,
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