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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1901)
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Successor to H. O. Hanna.
First Pub. JuneS, 1901 T.
Notice is hereby given. That by virtue of an
execution issued bv the clerk of the district
court of the Third judicial district of Nebras
ka, within and for Lancaster county, in an ac
tion wherein Isaac Calm is plaintiff, and Frank
E. Homandorf defendant, I will, at 2 o'clock I
M., on the 16th day of July, A. D. 1W)1, at the
east door of the court house, in the city of
Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer for
sale at public auction the following descriled
lands and tenements to-wit:
Beginning on the west line of section eight
een (18). in township ten (10 1, range seven (Ti.
cast of the 6th P. M. at a point nine hundred
and forty-eight and five-tenths (911 5-iu i feet
south of the northwest corner of said section
thence east at right angles to the west line of
said section fourteen hundred and seven (HOT)
feet to a point: thence south two hundred and
eighty-live ( 2v i feet to the north line of the
county road: thence south westerlv along the
north line of said county road eighty-live K
feet: thence west thirteen hundred and forty
five (1315) feet to the west line of said section,
thence north along the west line of said section
three hundred and thirty (330 1 feet to the place
of beginning. Containing ten acres more or less,
exclusive of right of wav of the Fremont. Elk
horn and Missouri Valley Hallway Company
across said tract: and also on the undivided one
half interest in two houses situated on the a
Nne described tract, also including all the ma
chinery in the mill building on said aboe de
(.iven under my hand this sth dav of June.
A D. 1901. Z. S, Hit nson
First publication July 0-1 1
Lincoln-, Nihuaska, May 31. lwil.
Notice is hereby given, in compliance rith
the requirements ol the statutes of the state of
Nebraska, and particularly in compliance with
section 136 of chapter 16 thereof, that the
amount of all existing debts of Central Gran
aries company at this date is the sum of
CENTRAL GRANARIES COMPANY.
By Alex Merger.
C. (;. Chittenden,
F. D. Levkkino.
Iteing a majority of the Hoard of Directors.
J. E. HAGGARD. M. D.
Office JJ00O Street, Rooms 212,213,
2J4, Richards' Block. Telephone 535
Residence 13 10 G St. Telephone K984
. HE GOLDEN TARANTULA.
How Lieut. Gaul was Knighted.
"It was before an intricate and unro-
1 mantic combination of straps and
buckles had usurped the office of a cer
tain article of female attire around
which is clustered a wealth of chivalry,"
said the colonel, as be poured out his
Scotch. "Pistols were more popular
than divorce courts then, and co-respondents
seldom had an opportunity to
perjure themselves like gentlemen."
The rest of us took Scotch, too, and
dropped into easy attitudes. That kind
of a preface means that the colonel is
sure of his story.
"Life was not a dream of Oriental
languor and magnificence to us young
sters, nor to the seniors, either, not by
any manner of means," he continued,
equally sure of his audience. 'Our
station was about as comfortable a spot
as one need expect to tind this side the
great hereafter, and infinitely more mo
notonous ' than anything likely to be
encountered by the worst of us in the
eternal bejond. It was a land of sum
mera particularly hot and dry sum
merin a howling wilderness of bare,
blistered prairies, coyotes, greasers and
Seminole Indian niggers. The major's
wife and her widowed sister were the
only two ladies in the post. Both were
eminently pious and eminently respect
able. "We had existed through nearly a
year of it when the general command
ing the God forsaken department swap
ped us a contract doctor for our surgeon
major, for the good of the service, as
that oflicer's friends in Washington
helped the surgeon-general to see it. In
a moment of aberration the doctor
brought out his pretty young wife, a
lady with the figure of a goddess and a
pair of brown eyes with a depth in them
that suggested well, say heaven, or
something better or worse a good deal
depends upon the point of view. Within
a week the garrison was at her feet,
and the doctor's malady had developed
from aberration to something that
threatened frenzy. Either the major
was sure of the lady's discretion, or
thought there was safety in numbers,
or else he just didn't have the heart to
interfere. Anyway, he said nothing.
And so matters went till spring brought
a million bright blossoms to the prair
ies and a bevy of no less brightly array
ed visitors to the post, the sisters and
the cousins and the aunts of the offi
cers, marooned, so to speak, on a gov
ernment reservation in a social and
"The arrival of this charming collec
tion of young women contributed but '
little, if at all, to the doctor's peace of
mind. To be sure, his pretty wife was
not so popular with the many in the
fact of other attractions, but what was
lacking in numbers seemed to be very i
fully made up in intensity. Lieuten-,
ant Gaul managed to spend in her soci-
ety about all the time that he didn't
have to give to sleeping, dressing or
duty, and the garrison talked as only a
handful of people huddled together
without the pale of civilization, with no
resources outside themselves, can talk.
Furthermore, Gaul was precisely the
sort of a fellow no man in his senses
would pick for a rival. Big and straight
and strong, with a head of curly yellcw
hair, a clear-cut, handsome face and a
pair of big, boyish blue eyes, he was ex
actly the type to make an emotional,
sentimental woman lose her bead; and
he was heedless and pleasure-loving
First Pub.. June .--:
Notice of C attel Mortgage Sale.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
chattel mortgage dated on the 15th day of Oc
tober. 1MJ. and duly tiled In the ofHce of the
county clerk, Lancaster county. Nebraska, on
the 15th day of October IW1J, and executed by
Milton II spore to Henry V Peters and as
signed by him before maturity to George T.
Kinne anil now owned bv said George T. Kinne.
to secure the payment of the sum of senterii
hundred and twenty-live dollars, and upon which
there Is now due tlf teen hundred and thlrty-tlvu
dollars. Default having been made In the pay
ment of said sum and no suit or other proceed
ings at law having been Instituted to recover
saiil debt or any part thereof, therefore I will
sell the property therein descrllied.
One rubber tire surrey, two seats, I Columbus
surrey.trimmed in whipcord, I ball-bearing rub
ber tire buggy, top trimmed in whip cord, 1 red
gear rubber tire buggy, leather top, I red gear
road wagon, rubber tire, ojen, I top buggy,
leather top, new. I black pacing mare. 7 years
old. weight 1050 lbs., sound, has while legs,
named Bessie, one bay horse seven years old.
named llav Pat. VSt lbs., sound. I bay horse
named Prince, H years old, sound. Ill") lbs., l
sorrel mare 7 years old. weight . lbs., no
name, sound, I bay mare t! years old. weight U
lbs. no name. I bay mare. hite feet, years old,
sound, weight lloo lbs., at public auction at
Milton II. Spere's barn, between Kith and llth
on K st . city of Lincoln, county of Lancaster,
state of Nebraska, on the ISof July. 1WJ1. at one
o clock P. M of said dav.
GEOKGi: T. KINNE.
'0U& DEALER TO SHOW
BEFORE YOU BUY.
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