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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1908)
She's Cured Thousands
Given up to Die.
Practicing Aloopnthy , Homeopntliy ,
Electric and General Medicine.
Hjr rotiofit | will vlHlt iirofcsslan.illy
Grand Central Hotel ,
rcttirtil tit i-viMv foil' w.cks , Consul tier when
tinnmiortuiKiv IM 01 linnil
DR. CALDUT.LL limilH her practice to the
Hiieclal treatment of illsc.mov of tlie Eye , Ear ,
Nose , Throat , LtiiitfN , rctii.ilc DlHeascs ,
DlBcaRusof Children mid all Glinnilc , Nurvoiw
anil Surulcal Diseases of a curable nature ,
Karly coiiHiimiiliom llroiichltlB , llronclilal
Catarr.Ui , Chronic Cat.irrah , Uuail-Ache. Con-
KtliuUlon , Stuitiacliu nnil Jlowel Troubles ,
'Klicumruimti. Mcuralnla. Sclotlca , RrlcrhtH'H
IlHe.iKe , Kidney Dlm-attuH , DI cascH of the
Liver and UlaclJcr , DIzzlnusM. NurvoiisncHH.
IndlrcHtlon , Obesity , IiHeruplcil Nutrition ,
Hlcnv Growth In Children , and all wamlnir
Dlscafii-H In adults , DefoniiltlcH , Cliib-fec.t ,
Ciirvantiiru of the Stilnis , DIseaHcH of the llraln ,
I'aralyHlH , ICpllciiNy , Heart DlhuaHo. DropNy ,
Swcllliik' of the Llmlm , Stricture , Open Sores ,
I'alu In the Hones , C.ramilar KnlartreinciitH and
all loiiir-Btamlluir diseases property treated ,
HLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
Pimples , lllotchcs , Urtiptlotis , Liver Spots
Falling- the Hair , Had Complexion , Eczema ,
Throat Ulcers , lloiie 1'altis , Jlladder Troubles ,
Weak Hack , Burning Urine , I'aRslnif Ultnu
too often. The clicetK of coiiRtllutlonal slclt-
IIBSB or the taklinr of too much Injurious medU
cln * receive ' -arclilnir treatment , prompt
relief and a r i > r life.
Diseases o u union , Irregular Mcnstratlou ,
Falling of til IVomb , Hcarluir Down I'olns ,
Female DlHplacementH Lack nf Sexual Tone ,
Loucorruca , Sterility or IlarrcitncsH , consult
Dr. Cahhvell and xliu will show them thu cause
of their trouble and tlio woy to become cured.
CANCERS. GOITER , FISTULA , I'lLES.
and nulartred trlands treated with the nub-
cutaneouH Injection method , absolntply with
out palu and without thu loss of a drop of
blood , IH ono of her own discoveries and Is
really the most nclontltlc and certainly sure
euro method of thin an vanccd age. Dr. Cad-
well has practiced her profession In some of
the largest hospitals throughout the country.
She has no superior In treating and UlaguoH-
ng of diseases , deformltlcB , etc. She II.IH
lately opened an oflico In Omah.i , Nebraska ,
where she will spend a portion of each week
treating her many patients , Nu incurable
coies accepted for treatment. Consultation ,
lamination and advice , one dollar to those
Dr , Ora Caldwell & Co. ,
Omaha , Neb. Chicago , EH.
Adilremall mall to 104 Huu BulUiUg , Omaha
To the Pacific Coast :
Very favorable excursion rates tote
to the 1'ncific Const ( luring the
summer season of 1908 , including
special dates in April to Califor
nia as follows : April 25th and
26th. Illustration , only 60 round
trip. The Coast tour isthe , finest
railroad journey in the world.
Make it this summer. Also low
one way rales during April.
To Colorado and
Rocky Mountains ;
1'lan now for your summer vaca
tion in Colorado , Wyoming , the
Illack Hills , or Yellowstone Park.
Very low and attractive summer
tourist rates to the cool mountain
resorts after June ist.
Homeseekers' Rates :
Pirat and thitd Tuesdays to the
Big ; ' Horn Basin :
Auctlou sale Jfor choice of the iiowly
Irrigated lamln iiinlcr the Oregon llasln
or Wiley ditch , near Cody. Opening In
May , 1'JOS. ' AUogpIemlld chances yet for
liomsteailliig Government Irrigated lamls
near Garland , Wyo. Wrltu D. Clem
Deaver , Lamlscckery' Information llu.
reau , Omaha.
He will perHonally con
duct kumlseekern uxcuraloiiH to the Big
Horn Basin first anil third Tui-mlayti ol
each mouth throuuh the mimmur.
Excellent business chances in new
growing towns on Burlington exu-iuloiiH.
H. L , ORMSBY ,
( Ticket Agent )
L. W. WAKEUJY , G. P. A. ,
( Omaha , Nebraska. )
Through the Sunny South.
Continued from First page
Coming into where the cactus
grows. Wheat fields about ready
to head. Some fields of corn al
most hide the ground.
We are approaching a section
where the land is more broken
and these Tcx.is small shacks are
in abundance. These people
must enjoy outdoor life. The
houses are so very small one can
not see how they could manage a
Texas banjo hocdown in these
little old shacks. Some of them
look lobe one hundred years old ,
judging by the absence of paint.
Kor variety , Texas beats the
world , or at least the little gar
den patch I have seen of it. We
arc now passing through a very
stony , gravelly country , where
the cactus and scrubby trees
abound. 'Tis a wonder what
Jlns country is really good for in
many places , an yet , for a fact ,
there arc inhabitants here in
.liesc forlorn and lonely places.
We see men plowing and women
Hieing. This must be a place
where women have their rights
iml men arc agreeable compan
ions to their rights , especially the
privilege of hoeing the cotton
ind the corn , and the various
We arc now standing on a
jridge over a beautiful little
stream of clear rippling , running
water , and the sweet music of
the song birds in the trees make
this scene most delightful and
soul inspiring to those who enjoy
the love of the beautiful in na-
.urc. More onions and garden
We are now in a small town ,
Mew Brandow , among the timber
ind small streams , many nice
juildings with fine shade trees
in abundance. The greatest dis-
ipointment in this pait of Texas ,
s the absence of orchards. I
lad supposed this would be the
lome of fruits and orchards mix
ed in with the beautiful scenery.
3ut , this section is practically
i new country , I mean an unde
veloped country , and this may
answer why orchards are so few
and far between. If the rainfall
is sufficient this will be a great
country some day. We are now
about 25 miles from San Antonio ,
Texas , the city t ha 11ms a wonder
ful history , of which we will give
a sketch after we see the city in
its robes of grandeur and beauty.
lrotn what 1 now see here , I
suppose there will be nothing
new or interesting to take notice
of , as there SPCUIS to be a same
ness through here for many miles.
This has once been only a graz
ing country , but is susceptible of
great things when fully de
San Antonio : We arrived here
about ten o'clock , March 19th ,
and left the following morning.
I will give the readers in this
chapter only a very meager sketch
of this beautiful old and historic
city , as here I spent two whole
days on my return trip , and I saw
and found out all I could in these
two , days and will give this in
the last part of my story. 1 want
to give in this little sketch , my
trip to Texas , just as I saw it , at
the time I saw it , and in my own
simple language , with no claim
of rhetoric or oratory in any de
gree or any part.
Our train , the "Katy Flyer , "
pulled in at the Missouri Pacific
depot on schedule time , and after
a Hying trip of thirty-two hours
ride , 1 believe the entire party of
our delegation was glad to have
our car , the "Lura , " stop and
give an account of itself in the
way it had behaved thus far on
this delightful trip , and after
our car was located for the rest of
the day and night , and every one
feeling good and ready for a
glimpse of this old city. With
Mr. L. W. Frary , our chaperon
and entertainer , andyihy the way
a man that knows'his business
and will take you a little faster
and over more territory in the
same length of time that any
Texas ranger we have scon or
ever expect to see on our entire
trip , and the secret is , as I
caught it , he is from Kansas and
drives fine horses and has the
everlasting snap that makes a
fellow hustle to keep up , Our
manager , Mr. J. M. Turner ,
as tine a man asye ever met ,
discovered our mistake in buying
our tickets over the route we did ,
and made an effort at the head
quarters of the Sap rail road to
have them changed , but could
not as the law was positive
against any change from the
original routing. At this junc
ture we scpcratcd from our
Broken Bow friends and only saw
them for a minute m San Pedro
Park the rest of our entire trip ;
as Mr. J. M. Turner bought the
writer a round trip ticket from
San Antonio to Brownsville by
way of Victora , Port L/avaca and
Alamo Beach on the car , "Lura. "
This was unsolicited and an un-
cott's Spring Greeting
Swift's Digestive Tankage ,
pure beef scraps tor swine , is sold only in
Broken Bow at this store.
Win-cu-ba Stock Remedy ,
a compound for horses , hogs and cattle that
never fails to give satisfactory results. It is
superior to any stock food.
Garden and Field Seeds.
Our garden and Geld seeds arc in and ready for
distribution. We have every kind of seed in
bulk , all fresli , newly grown and especially
adapted to this climate.
* I Tins store is head- We always Have all
D a Id 111 ( lunrterg f ° r I'Cxiug- Feed kinds. Ground flnx
lUUl ton ami Mnson flour keep in ( | uatitities
F.7H7"m SBd/QT" ! * . . South Side Square , Broken Bow.
expected on our part , but was a
much better trip for us than had
we gone as our ticket would have
taken us from San Antonio , and
we are grateful to Mr. Turner
for this kindness and the splendid
trip , and never to be forgotten
[ food , jolly , pleasant time we had
in the sun bright clime of the
great state of Texas , with its al
most unlimited territory and a
world in itself.
We did not see much of the
city until afternoon. Our crowd
got scattered and our leaders had
some business matters to look
after , and about noon we all ,
except Mr. J. M. Turner , pulled
up at the special car "Lura" to
lispose of the many good things
to cat that had been prepared for
this , our first dinner in San
Antonio , and I must confess in
the midst of the excitement I
cannot give niy readers the menu
of this" , my second meal in Texas
and first meal in this city.
Suffice it to say there was plenty
enough and some to spare , and
everyone was supplied and satis
fied , all having a good word for
our excellent cooks and the good
linner we all enjoyed.
After dinner every member of
our dinner party boarded a street
car for up town to see some of
the sights and wonders of the
city. And here again our Katy
Flyer No. 2 , Mr. L. W. Prary
took the lead and rest , passed
the word , occasionally : "We are
coming. " The first place we
visited was the old Alamo building -
ing built in 1718. This old
building has a history that would
make a good sized book , and we
will only give a short mention in
this chapter and prepare your
minds for a more interesting
historical sketch in the last part
of my story. The old buildintr ,
The Alamo , is well preserved and
is held sacred by" the Texas
people. Here in this building
was fought one of the great
battles of the world. Here , in
side of these walls , 182 as brave
men as ever faced an overpower
ing enemy , lost their lives after
a twelve days siege and bombard
ment. This was one of the most
gallant and desperate fought
battles that we have anywhere in
the annals of history. 182 heroes
fighting for liberty , their families
and their homes , and this small
number of 182 against an over
powering number of 4000 of the
enemy. Can you imagine- such
a battle on the one side , and only
a few brave men on the other
more than twenty times their
number ? And ye t these 182
brave men killed , of the enemy ,
1600 men. Not one of Texas'
brave men was left to tell the
horrors of this terrible battle.
History tells us one woman , one
child and one negro were the
only survivors of this battle of
the brave Texans. Do you
wonder that Texas holds and
guards this old building us a
sacred place ? It is kept and
cared for by the Daughters of
the Republic at this time. I will
give the readers a more minute
detail and historical sketch in
the closing chapter.
Vrom here we go through the
Alamo Plaxa , a beautiful little
park of Magnolias , Palms , Mexi
can daggers , Umbrella trees ,
Evergreens , Koses and , in fact ,
almost every kind of tree and
llpwer. This makes a fine
Prom here we visit a building
completely decorated with all
kinds of horns , mounted and dis
played in the finest possible
arrangement of decoration. Here
can be seen the deer , elk , buffalo
and many of the wild animal
horns of Texas , also lots of the
horns of the long horned Texas
cattle. This collection is one of
the greatest of its kind we have ,
ever seen , or ever will perhaps
We now take a street car for
San Pedro park. This is a de
lightful place to visit and we put
about two hours in this park.
There are all kinds of the small
animals , from the big black bear
down to the tiny squirrels , also
alligators. These animals were
all in an enclosure and were
looked after by attendants of the
grounds. Here we saw the
white swan. They are very
large and one of the most beauti
ful bird we have ever seen.
Many wild geese and ducks were
floating on the waters of the
lakes. The lakes are all fed by
springs that How into the park.
The water is very warm , but
clear as crystal. You can see
hundreds of the finny tribe perch
ing here and there among the
moss and the stones at the
bottom of the lake. There are
many large and beattiful trees in
this park , the live oak , pecan
By the time we got through
looking over this park , following
the Katy Flyer No. 2 , Mr. L. W.
Frar } ' , I was just about all in
and had he not made a change
in the program , I fear I would
have had to seek a place in the
shade of some tree , for I tell you
it was hot , and the perspiration
was something terrible for a
March day. But we all managed
to get to the entrance gate and
it was unanimously decided to
mount a street car , and we did.
We went , in around about way ,
commenting on the many beauti
ful and elegant residences of
which San Antonio seems to have
more than her share. After a
short ride we transferred for
another trip , but had to walk
about two blocks to get at the
transfer place. Two of our boys
thought they saw a place nearby
where they could get some cool
ing beverage , and they stopped ,
yes they did. The rest of us
followed the Katy Plyer No. 2
and mounted the first car and ,
lo , and bphold , the conductor
would not stop for the two taidy
ones , and it was a sight to see
those two boys corne running
with hands up , yelling , stop ,
stop ! But no stop , and after
this dilemma these fellows , after
this exercise , decided they were
still hot and wanted another
copier , and back they went. By
this time Katy Flyer No. 2 de
cided it.would never do to lose
two of the crowd and called a
halt and every fellow dismounted
and two of the boys volunteered
to go back and bring the boys
while the rest waited patiently
their coming. By and by , ere
long , we were all ready to catch
a car for the homeward ride to
our car at the M. P. depot , and
this was enough until after
We were not long making our
homeward trip to the car "Lura"
and for one , I confess I was
about played out and decided I
would rather ride on the Katy
Flyer No. 1 than to walk and try
to keep up with Katy Plyer No.
2 , Mr. L. W. Prary , and I rather
tlij/nk / that was the general
opinion of all. We ourselves
really needed rest , but the fact is ,
I had no time for rest. What I
had gathered from observation ,
what my eyes had actually seen
and some information that had
been given me by some others
during the afternoon must be
placed in symbols of the written
language where others might
read and know much of what I
have this day seen , though many ,
many miles away from the place
where these thoughts and scenes
6:30 : o'clock : Supper ready and
every one in readiness with
appetites just as anxious for this
good supper as the boys had for
that cooling beverage , when they
got left by the street car. Slip
per over and all those that in
dulged feeling just right for a
good smoke. For one , I must
say I had to refuse the sweet in
dulgence of this pastime for I
needed the supper and the smoke
would have gotten the supper
I am sure.
All ready and everyones am
bition tuned to its highest pitch
for an evening of sight seeing
and pleasant entertainment.
Katy Plyer No. 2 had compassion
and cut out physical exercise to
the minimum of not over five
miles walk , and this was plenty
for me I assure you.
We had the pleasure of seeing
San Antonio in its beautiful
brilliant garments of electricity
and the sight was simply grand.
We could only look with wonder
amazement and view with ad
miration the great number of
lights in every part of the city.
I am sure this scene , this flash
ing , sparkling illuminating night
picture of San Antonio will be a
fixture in our memory and will
many times be recalled when the
evening twilight shades gather
around us id our Nebraska home
as we look at the shining orbs
of Heavenly light that dot the
firmament in the heavens. After
this grand and beautiful night
picture , and the inspiration it
seemed to bring to each one of
our party , we boarded a street
car for the hot wells about four
and one half miles out. This is
a great health resort , with a
fine , large hotel , adjoning this a
building with three swimming
and bathing pools in it. The
water is a very strong sulphur
water. You don't need to be told
this when you enter the building
as the smell of the sulphur will
be sufficient. Some of our party
enjoyed a swim and bath in this
water and the rest enjoyed the
sport , seeing the many boys
plunging and diving , equal to a
lot of Texas frogs.
After about an hour watching
this sport , and fearing this sport ,
and fearing those of our party
might absorb too much sulphur
to make it pleasant in this hot
climate , we insisted they must
come out and make ready for the
homeward trip to our palace car ,
for we will leave beautiful San
Antonio early tomorrow morning.
Soon we were all safely seated in
a car homeward bound. We
arrived at our car about 11
o'clock , a little tired , not very
sleepy , but realizing we had en
joyed to our utmost capacity the
pleasure of another delightful
day , and this our first day in the
great state of Texas. Every one
enjoyed this day and evenings
entertainment. Our good chap
eron , Mr. L. W. Frary , must
have the honor of making this
delightful day a feast to us
without money and without price
to any of the crowd. A vote of
thanks to Mr. Frary for this
kindness as strangers , among
strangers in a strange land.
Soon we were all hid away in our
little bunks ready to enjoy sweet
sleep that gives rest to a tired
body , and happy dreams that
bring sweet thoughts of home ,
Oh. ran 1 soon forget this day ,
As we go traveling on anil on :
And will these friends heie with me s'ay
This day , though spent , Is lost anil gone ?
It rannot be that this Is true ,
Per everyone this day hath seen
The wond'rous sight and beauty , too ,
Of many places we have been.
Can we forget the Alamo ,
The place where those dear heroes brave ,
Stood face to face with mighty foe ,
And died for those they fought to savev
This sacred place will ever be ,
In memories , thoughts where'er we to.
And those we meet will surely set-
That \\e have seen San Antonio.
The stately palms , with graceful form.
Thy cooling shade 1 love to see ,
For this to me Is surely warm ,
1 II si-ek an umbrella tree.
Oh , gather roses lu-re tor me ,
And place them In my own right hand ,
For this Is where I love to be
In this old town in Mower land. >
Oh. make this day a pleasant dream.
To us In tleetlng years that come.
And when we cross the slteut stream , !
'TIs then we'll know we'll soon be home.
We'll live this day in after years.
And see these ( lowers in memory sweet ,
With these dear friends we'll part In tears
Hut hope some day again to greet.
( Uontinuud next week. )
FRANK KELSEY ,
ALL KINDS OF
Consult him If you want Water.
Phone 112 , - Broken Bow.
Notice Is hereby givenithat by virtue of an
order of sale , Issued to me from theldlatrlct
court of Ouster county , Nebraska , upon a de
cree of foreclosure rendered In said court ,
at the February IWS term thereof , to wit ;
On the Ilrd day of February , lees , In favor of
Mathcw Westrae.and against The Muscatlne
Mortgage and Trust Co , , et , al.
I have levied upon the following de
scribed real estate , to-wlt : The south one-
half of the northwest one-fourth and the
north one-half of the.southweitone-fourthof
section three , township elEhtcen north ,
range twenty-two , In Ouster county , Ne
braska , and 1 will , on the.18th day of May
19"8. at 2 o'clock p. m. , at the east front door
of the Court house , In the city of Uroken
How , Nebraska , In said county , sell said real
estate at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash , to satisfy said decree , Interest and
costs , the amount due thereon amounting to
the sum of $101,35 , with 7 per cent Interest
from February ! t , m and court routs
anfounttng to H14.W and accruing cost. Said
above described real estate will be sold sub
ject to all prior Hens and Incumbcrances , as
per rertlllcatcs on Hie In district clerk's
Dated this 10th day of April 11)08. )
11. K. KKNNKUV , Sheriff.
I ) . L. atJTfEUsoN , Attorney. AplO-14
NOT1CK TO CHKDITOKS.
County court , Custer county. Nebraska. The
creditors of the state ot William M. Hall ,
Take notice , that I ( wlll sit at the county
court room , In Broken Jlow , In said county ,
on the llth day of May , 1MW , and on the 12th
day of October. HKM , each at ID o'clock a. in. ,
of each day , to receive and examine all
claims against said estate , with a view to
their adjustment and allowance ; and that on
the llrst date above the petitions of widow
will be held for homestead , .exemptions . , al
lowance and other statutory rights.
Thettlme limit for the presentation of
claims against said estate is six months from
the 10th day of April , UX)8 , and the time limit
ed for payment of debts Is one year from
A. H. HuMi-iuiY , County Judge.
March 27 , loos. Ap 10-4
NOTICE OF PHOHATK OF WILL.
STATE OF NEBRASKA , I . . . .
COUNTY OF r TEK. fHH <
To all the devisees and legatees , and all ner
sons Interested In the estate of Jill/.abeth
Morrow , deceased :
Whereas , L. H. Jewell , of sild county 'has
tiled In iny office an Instrument purporting
to be the last will and testament ot
Elizabeth Morrow , deceased , late ot
said county , and a petition praying to
have the same admitted to probate , which
will relates to both real and personal estate ,
whereupon 1 have appointed the 8th day ol
may. lixw , at 10 o'clock In the foreuoou. at my
oillce In said county , as the time and place
you anil all concerned , ma appear and con
test tlie probate of the same. It Is further
ordered that said petitioner give notice to all
persons Interested In said estate of the pen
dency of the petition , and the time and place
set for hearing the same , by causing a copy
of this order to be published In the Kepubll-
can , a newspaper published In Broken Bow ,
.said state , for three consecutive weeks prior
to the day set for hearing.
' In testimony whereof , I have
j HEAL } hereunto set my hand and afllxed
- iny oillclal seal , thU 13th day of
10-3 A. It , HUMPiniKY , County Jndge.
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL.
The State of Nebraska , i , .
Custer county. | >
To all the devisees and legatees , and all per
sons interested In the estate of Wallace M.
Coats , deceased :
Whereas , Clara C. Mlller.by N. T. Qadd her
attorney , of said county , has Hied in my
omce a duly authenticated copy of an instru
ment purporting to be the last will and
testament of Wallace M. coats , deceased ,
and of the probate of the same In district
court of Mills county , Iowa , and a petition
praying to have the same admitted to pro
bate , which will relates to both real and par-
soual estate , whereupon I have appointed
Tuesday the 28th day ot April , 1WS , at 10
o'clock In the forenoon , at my oiace In sald
county , as the time and place you and all
concerned , may appear and contest the pro.
bate of the same. It Is further ordered tln t
said petitioner give notice to all persons In
terested in said estate of the pendency of
the petition , and the time and place act for
hearing the same , by causing a copy of this
order to be published In the custer county
Republican , a newspaper tmbllshed In
Broken Bow , said state , for four consecutive
weeks prior to the day set lor hearing.
In testimony whereof , I have
; hereunto set my hand and amxtd
my onlclal seal , this 25th day fc'f
March , 1W)8. )
A. U. HUMFIIHUY ,
Aprl. 2-23 county judge.
PUOBATK OF WILL.
In the county court of Custer County Nebr.
To all persons Interested In the Kstate of
Charles A. Clark , deceased :
Whereas , Charles K. Clark , as executor ,
and Lewis J , Clark , as trustee , of the
estate of the said Charles A. Clark , deceased ,
have tiled their petition , with a duly
authenticated copy of an Instrument and
the probate thereof , attached to said petition
purporting to be the last will of the said
Charles A. Clark , deceased , duly allowed and
probated by the Surrogate court ot Oswego
county. New York , on the Uth day of Ma ) ,
1BOI after due notice , therefor , and praying
that the same be allowed and probated In
this court as the last will , anil codicil , of the
said Charles A. Clark , deceased :
Take notice , That a hearing on said peti
tion will be had at the county court room In
the City of Broken Bow , in custer county ,
Nebraska , on the 25th day of April 1M)3 , at 10
o'clock a. in. , when all persons Interested In
said matter will be heard.
Dated March 30th , 1908.
A. H. HDMi'iiUKy , County Judge ,
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Department ot the Interior , Land Office at
North Platte , Nebraska , March 18 , 1008.
Notice Is hereby given that Alson C. White ,
of Broken Bow , Nebr. , lias tiled notice ot his
Intention to make llnal live year , proof In
support ot his claim , viz : Homestead Entry
No. 11)130 ) , made Oct. 7 , 1001 , tor the nwif bwu
of section 13 , township 15 n. , range 21 w. , and
that said proof will be nude before A.
H. Humphrey , County Judge , at his otllce at
Brokeu Bow. Nebr. on April 25. IDOti.
He names the following wltnessess to prove
his continuous residence upon , and cultlva
tlon of the land , vU : Charles L , Brown ,
Henry Thomas , C. G. Hulf. William Heinnan ,
all ot Broken Bow , Nebr.
J. E. EVANS , Register.
First pub. March ID. Ot.
NOT1CK TO CREDITORS.
County Court , Custer County. Nebraska.
The creditors ot the estate ot McKee P.
Kmpneld , deceased.
Take notice , that 1 will sit at the County
Courtroom , In Broken Bow , In said county ,
on the Kith , day of April , IU08 and on thef rd
day of Sept. 11W8. each at 10 a. m. oteach , day ,
to receive and examine all claims against
said estate , with a view to their adjustment
and allowance , and that on the lirst date
above the petitions ot widow will be heard
lor homestead , exemptions , allowance unit
and other Statutory right.
The time limited lor the presentation of
claims against said estate Is six months from
the Uth day ot March. 1WS , and the time
limited for payment ot debts Is one year
( torn said date.
Dated March 14.1008.
A. It. HUMi'intEV , County Judge.
First pub. March 11) ) , 4t.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION. Jj
Department of the Interior , Land office at
Broken Bow. Nebr. , April 8 , 11)08. )
Notice Is hereby given that Edward D.
Lewis , of Broken Bow , Nebr. , has tiled notice
ot his Intention to make llnal 5 year proof In
siipport of his claim , viz. Homestead entry
No. 22 * ! , made May 10.1101. * lor the southeast
quarter ot the southeast quarter , section : l ,
northeast quarter ot northwest quarter and
north Vi northeast > of section 10 , township
18 north , range20 west , and that said proot
lll be made ueiore register and receiver at
Broken BoNebr. . , on May ID. 1V08.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon , and cultl\.i-
tlon of , the land , viz. William W. Barnesof
Broken Bow , Nebr. , Thomas Rose , of Broken
How , Nebr. , Albert Wachter of Anselmo ,
Nebr. . Robert B. Deatherage , of Anselmo ,
Nebr. JOHN HKKSB ,
First pub. April 8 8t
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