The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, October 29, 1898, Page 11, Image 11

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Every dealer who has handled Battle
Ax knows this to be a fact There
is no old stock of Battle Ax any
where: nothing but fresh goods, as
Battle Ax sells C; ve times more than
any other brand in the world
All who chew it never change
Remember the name
when you buy again.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
WALTON Gk ROBERTS,
Undertaker and Embalmer. Telephone, Office 145
Eleventh and P St. Res. 156.
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Bookseller.
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PHONE 68
FROM THE PHILIPINES.
First publication Oct. 22. 3
NOTICE OK MORTGAGEE'S SALE.
Notice is hereby siren that oa the JCnd Jar
of March, 1894, August Sanders executed and
delivered his certain chattel mortgage to ono
Armand LindgTeen, which said mortgage was
afterward and on the 22nd day of March, 1894,
at 1 o'clock and 45 minutes In the afternoon
of said day. duly tiled and recorded in the
office of the county clerk of Lancaster County,
Nebraska. Maid mortgage being to secure an
indebtedness of six thousand 16.000) dollar!.
Said indebtedness being represented by one
certain promissory note dated March 82, 1894.
and due on the 22nd day of March. 1895. Said
note being payable to Armand Liadgreen signed
by August Sanders. Said note and mortgage
was, on the Ski day of March, ii94, for value
received, duly assigned, transferred and de
livered to the First National bank of Lincoln,
Nebraska, who is now the bona ride holder and
owner thereof, ftaid note has not been paid
and thereby the terms and conditions ot said
mortgago have become absolute, and there Is
now duo and owing on the said note and mort
gage the sum of SH.75O.0O. No proceedings at
law have been had or begun for the recovery f
said note or any part thereof.
Mow therefore, the undersigned will on Fri
day, the 11 tb day of November. 1896, at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon of said day, offer for saloand
sail to ttie highest and b.at bidder for cash all
of the following described property covered
by said mortgage, to-wit:
One front bar, one back bar.one large mirror
and frame, one ice box, one hot urn, one cash
register, three movable rooms, gas fixtures, ono
Hall safe, one wood and glass partition, one
office partition, spittoons, all chairs, 8 tables,
desks, pictures. clocks, silver and glassware,
vases, linen, show cases, fancy bottles, cork
screws, strainer, funnels, whiskey rack, cur
tains, beer pump, linoleum ou lloor. all other
furniture and fixtures belonging to said August
sanders. from celler to garret, situated in build
ing No. 146 North Tenth street.
All now located in the storeroom known as No.
146 North Tenth street, in the city of Lincoln.
Lancaster County, Nebraska. Paid sale will
take place at the above tamed store room at
No. 146 North Tenth street, in the city of Lin
coln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, and may be
adjourned from day to day at the same timo
and place until completed.
First National Bank of Lincoln, Nebraska.
By Harvroodii Ames fc Ames, its attorneys.
First publication Oct. 23. 4)
in the District Court of Lancaster County, Ne
braska. In the matter of the ap-)
plication of Georae H. i
Clarko.as executor of ORDER TO SHOW
the last will and testa- c CAUSE.
ment of Alonzo Barnes J
deceased, for license j
tc sell real estate. J
This cause comes on to be beard upon the pe
tition of the said executor and the proofs of
fered in support of the samo;and it appearing
therefrom to the court that there is not suffi
cient personal property of said estate in the
hands of said executor to pay the legal debts
andexvens s of the same; and it further ap
pearing that it is necessary and proper that
the real estato of said Alonzo Barnes, deceased,
should be sold to pay the same ; and the court
being fully advised in tbo premises.
It is ordered and adjudged that all persona
interested in said estate be, and they are here
by directed to be, and appear before the said
court upon tbo 5th day of December, 1198, at 9
o'clock standard time in the forenoon, then and
there to show cause, if any such there be, why
a license should not be granted to said execu
tor to sell the real estate of said deceased de
scribed in said petition, for the purpose of pay
ing the debts and legal expenses of the said
It is further ordered and adjudged that ser
vice of tbi notice be made by publishing the
same for four (4) successive weoks in The
Courier, a legal newspaper of said county.
Dated at Lincoln, it the county and state
aforesaid, this 18th day of October, 1896.
(Signed) Albert J. C'OBMisn.
As Judce of the District Court.
First publication Oct.22. 4.
LEGAL NOTICE.
The defendants, John Knight Lowe. Marga
ret L. Knight, Tunis B. Van Wyck, Helen Hea
cock, AUio Van Wyck Pope, Russell Heacock
Bellows, Eugeno D. Heacock, will take notice
that on the 11th day of October, 1898. Nathan
S. Harwood, trustee, the plaintifi herein, tiled
his petition in the district court of Lancaster
Countv, Nebraska, against them, impleaded
with John D- Knight, executor of the estato of
Helen V. W. Knight, deceased, the object and
prayer of which are, to set aside certain deeds
of conveyance made by the defendant John D.
Knight to the defendant Lewis C.Dunn, and
by Lewis C. Dunn to said Helen V. W. Knight,
deceased, conveying Iots;scven.7. eight, 8, and
nine, 9, in block twenty-oco 21. of Lavender's
addition to the city of Lincoln, Nebraska, and
decree the same subject to a judgment obtained
by the plaintiff on the 21st day f March, 1S98,
against the defendant John D. Knigbt in the
rum of $2,020.84, and $45.01 costs; and also to
decree said judgment to be a lien upon a certain
bequest of $10,000 given to said John D, Knight
by the last will and testament of the said Helen
V. W. Knigbt, deceased, and to restrain the
said John '. Knight, executor of the estate
of Helen V.W. Knight, deceased, from selling
the real estate ot said estate under the power
contained in said will, and from receiving
the purchase price thereof; and for the ap
pointment of a receiver to take possession of
said estate and enforce the rights of the plain
tiff thereto, and for such other and further re
lief as equity may require.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the 28th day of November. 1898.
Dated Octooer 20,1898.
Nathan S. Habwood, Trustee.
By Ricketts & Wilson, his Attorneys,
Camp Dewey, four mites loutb of Ma
nilla, Philipine Islands. Co. D. let Rrgt,
Neb. Vol. Dear mother: As the Aus
tralia leaves here for San Francisco to
morrow morning I thought you would
be glad to hear from me again. We
hare been on the Senator ever since we
arrived here until yesterday, when we
came to shore in a couple of punta tow
ed by a small steamer. We could only
get within a hundred yards of the shore
and we had to wade the rest of the way.
We are having quite a nice time, consid
ering the resources for pleasure. The
natives here are a very nice class of peo
ple. Most of them can understand us
by using objects. We have already
learned to use some Spanish. The na
tives are dark, about like an Indian;
their hair is long and black, and their
eyes are something like those of the
Japanese. A great many can speak the
English language very well. The lang
uage of the natives is not Spani.h but a
cross between Spanish and Pbilipino.
The island hero is a veritable Eden.
Right close to our camp is a river and
several springs, and on all sides of it is
a floe grove of all kinds of trees.
The soil hera is adapted for every
thing. The natives raise a species of
corn very similar to our Indian corn.
We are not all camped here yet; but
what there is makes a sight well worth
seeing. Every man and his partner has
a shelter tentand the thousands of these
small tents make a tine Bhow. The na
tives are all very well armed considering
the difficulty of obtaining arms. Every
man has a weapon of some kind. Some
hive good rifles, others knives, and some
have revolvers purchased from the U. S
soldiers. I had one that I paid 4 50 for
in San Francisco. I brought it here and
traded it for a good gold wat h
325. it is a 15-jewelled movement,
Hampden work, with a 20-year war
ranted case. Jt was captured by the na
tive whom I got it from in a battle with
the Spaniards. They are all crazy for
guns. They will give, almost anything
for one. Th3 women are employed in
selling fruit to the soldiers. It is quite
a Bight to see a group of them squatted
down in front of our tents selling fruit
from daylight -till dark. Their houses
are all b jilt of bamboo, with thatched
roofs, and are very comical but durable.
They raise a good many peanuts here.
Our camp is pitched in the sentre of a
peanut field.
We have drill twice a day, from 6 to 7
a. m and from 5 to 6 p. m. We are
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