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First publication Oct.2!. 4.
The defendants, John Knight Lowe. Marga
ret L. Knight, Tunis It. Van Wyck, Helen Ilea,
cock, Allie Van Wjck Pope, Russell Ueacock
Bellows, Eugene D. Ueacock. will take notice
that on the 14th day of October, 188. Nathan
8. tlarwood, trustee, the plaintill herein, tiled
bis petition in the district court of Laucnster
County, Nebraska, against them, impleaded
with John D- Knight, executor of the estate of
Helen V. V. Knight, deceased, th object and
prayerof which are, to set aside certain deeds
of conveyance made by the defendant John 1.
Knight to the defendant Lewis (1. Dunn, and
by Lewis C. Dunn lo said Helen V.W. Knight,
deceased. conveying lots seven. 7. eight, 8. and
nine, 9, in block twenty-one 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 Slat day of March, 1698,
against the defendant John D. Knight in the
sum of $2,020.84, and $43.01 costs; and also to
decree saii judgment to be a lien upon a certain
bequest of $1(1,1100 given to said John D, Knight
by the last will and testament of the said Helen
V. W. Knight, deceased, and to restrain the
said John n. Knight, executor of tho estate
of Helen V."A. Knight, deceased, from selling
the real estate of said estato under the powor
contained in said will, and from receiving
tho purchase price thereof; and for the ap
pointment of a receiver to take possession of
said estate and enforce the rights of the plain
tin" thereto, and for such other and further re
lief as equity may require.
You aro required to answer said petition on
or before the 28th day of November. 1898.
Dated Octooer 20. 1898.
Natham S. Uakwood, Trustee.
By Ricketts 4 Wilson, his Attorneys,
First publication Oct. 22. 4)
in tho District Court of Lancaster County, Ne
braska. In the matter of tho ap-")
plication of Ueorae 11. i
Clarke, as executor of ORDER TO SHOW
the last will and testa- CAUSE.
mentof Aisuzo Barnes j
deceased, for license j
tr sell real estate. J
This cause comes on to bo beard upon tho pe
tition of the said executor and the proofs of
fered in support of the same; and it appearing
therefrom to the court that there is not sutli
cient personal property of said estate in tho
hands of .aid executor to pay tho legal debts
andexvens a 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 the 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 the 5th day of December, lf9S, 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 bo granted to said execu
tor to sell the real estato 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 this notice be made by publishing the
same for four (4) successive weeks in Tho
Courier, a legal newspaper of s&id county.
Dated at Lincoln, in the county and state
aforesaid, this 18th day of October. 1898.
(Signed) Albert J. Cornish.
As Jad? e of the District Court.
First Publication Oct. 29. 1
In the District Court of Lancaster
Benjamin Lombard, Jr.,
Alice R. Pearce, Frank
Pearce, et a!.,
Alice R. Pearce and Frank Pearce will
take notice that on the 22d day of Octo
ber, 1808, Benjamin Lombard, Jr.. plain
tiff herein, tiled his petition in the Dis
trict Court of Lancaster county, Nebras
ka, against said defendants, et al , the
object and prayer of which are to fore
close a certain mortgage executed by the
defendants, Alice R. Pearce and Frank
Pearce, to the Lombard Investment
Company and as.igned to plaintiff, upon
the following described rial estate, own
ed by them, situated in the county of
Lancaster, and state of Nebraska, to wit:
Lot number four (4), in block number
cine (9), in Sunnyside Addition to the
city of Lincoln, east of the Sixth princi
pal meridian, to Eecure the paj meat of a
certain promissory note, with coupons
attached, dated September 20, 1888, for
the sum of 800.00, and due and payable
on the let day oc October, 1S93; that
there is now due upon said note and
mortgage the sum of 8800.00. with inter
est from October 1,1897, and the further
Bum.of82G.30 with interest from Sep
tember 12, 1898, for taxes, and the furth
er sum of 8.3.00 with interest at 10 per
cent from June 25, 1893, for insurance;
for which sums, with interest from this
date, plaintiff prays for a decree that de
fendants be required to pay the same,
or that said premises may be sold to
satisfy tbe amount due.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 5th day of Decem
BENJAMIN LOMBARD, Jr.
By A. B. Coffkoth, his Attorney.
WALTON O. ROBERTS,
Undertaker and Embalmer. Telephone, Office 145
Eleventh and P St. Res. 156.
"Acd do jou seo no chance of escape?"
asked the first piisoner.
"No, but I saw one," replied the other,
as he worked industriously with a case
knife that he had surreptitiously ob
tained. Clarence ChoIIy got his man to pwo
pose to Miss Specie faw him.
Stacy Clevah idea.
Clarence I dunno. She accepted the
man, don't you know.
Women from time immemorial have
shared in the joja and sorrows ot man
kind. In all ages tbe gentler sex have
borne their part of the burdeus of life
Loyal to the stronger sex, they have fol
lowed their fate, whether in war or in
peace. In all wars American women,
writes, Mrs. John A. Logan, in bor arti
cal on "Woman's Part in tbe War With
Spain," in Harper's Bazar, havb been
foremost in sacrifice and p tnt service
for their country. The heroines of the
revolution have been as much revered w
the greatest heroes of that immortal
strife for liberty. The year 1812, the
war with Mexico, and tbe rebellion of
18GI had their heroines, whose courage
, UBS. JOB!! A. LOCUS.
and endurance of hardships at home, in
the hospitals, and on the field rivalled
that of tho "Joans' of other ages.
In the j ears of sweet peace since Ap
pomattox American women, north and
south, have been busy binding up the
wounds, effacing the scars a&d smooth
ing the pathway ot progress and unity.
They have wrought incessantly in all
the fields of civilization. They have
trampled down prejudice and ignorance,
and have kept abreast of the advance
ment of the times. Christianity, edu
cation and philanthropy have occupied
them constantly, whetting to the keen
est edge their finest sensibilities, a wail
of anguish from any pource has received
a prompt response. Local and national
calamities have enlisted their indefatig
able efforts for telief.
(First Publication November 5,4t.)
W. S. Neale, whose first name is un
known, will take notice that on the 3rd
day of November, 1898, Milton H. Ever
ett and Jerome O. Everett, as plaintiffs,
filed their petition in the District Court
of Lancaster county, Nebraska, against
sa'd Neale, defendant, the object and
prayer of which is to recover from said
Neale the sum ot $50000 with interest
from the 20th day of September, 1898,
for and on account of services rjndered
by said plaintiffs sb physicians and sur
geons for said Neale between the 23rd
day of July and the 20th day of Septem
ber, 1893. An attachment has been is
sued In said action and levied upon the
following described property, to-wit:
Lots 5, G, and 7, " in Chase's second
subdivision of lot 6, of tho northwest
quarter section 30, township 10, range 6
east. Lots 5 and C in Barnes subdivi
sion of lots 13 and 14 in block 2. East
Park Addition to the city of Lincoln.
Lot 12, block 2, East Park Addition to
the city or Lincoln. North 47J feet. lot
16. Iloutz and Baldwin's Subdivision of
a part ot the eaet one-half of the south
west quarter ot section 19. township 10,
range 7 east, Lancaster county. Nebras
ka. Lot 20 of Yntes and Thompson's
Subdivision of lot 13 of Miller's Subdi
vision. Lots 5 aid 6 in Bat nes" Subdi
vision of lots 13 and 14 in block 2, East
Park Addition. Lot 3, block 6, East
Park Addition. Lots 9 and 10 block 6,
Truster's Addition to the city of Lincoln.
Defendant is required to appear and
answer said petition on or before the 5th
day oi December, 1S98.
Ciias. O. Whedox.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Mrs. Hoyle So, your servant liehted
the fire with kerosene and suffered the
Mrs. Doyle Yes. the mean thing. It
wasn't her day out.
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