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FEBRUARY 22, 1906
C6j NobraskoL Indopondont PAGE 15 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. ONLY TWO CENT A WORD This Department of advertising in The Independent will enable its read ers to sell any kind of surplus livestock, farm tools, machinery, crops, etc., to sell or lease their farms, to secure good help or to exchange anything they do not want for something they need. .Manufacturers or dealers in anything or everything which can he used to advantage on the farm, by the farmer's family, or in his home, will find a ready market through these little advertisements, and the cost is ONLY TWO CENTS A WORD. , Dealers in Livestock of every description, poultry, poultry supplies, dogs, cats, pet-stock,, implements, machinery;- wagons, carriages, engines, seeds, plants, bulbs, nursery stock, fruit and vegetables, will secure prompt orders from The Independent readers, and the cost of advertising is ONLY TWO CENTS A WORD. Advertisements of farms for sale, farms to rent, or farms to exchange. ONLY TWO CENTS A WORD. All Advertisements will be classified under appropriate heading. Each Initial or number shoidd be counted as one word. No Display Type of any kind will be used, and all advertisements will be set in uniform style. ' Every Advertisement must contain ten words or more. All Replies must be sent direct to advertisers, as they cannot be forward ed from this office. Advertisements should be received on Tuesday to appear in The Inde pendent of same week. 4 t " Cash covering the exact number of words at two cents each should be sent with every order. Address THE INDEPENDENT, Lincoln, Nebraska. For Sale 320 ACRE FARM For $4,800 8 miles from McCook Division station on main line of B. & M. Itailroad, one mile to school. McCook has a population of about 4,000. has Electric Lights and the Holly sys tem of Water works. 135 acres In cultivation, 2T0 acres 6mooth fenced with 2 and 8 wires. Frame house of fonr rooms, stabling, sheds and corrals, well and windmill. Tank and 150 barrel cistern, about two acres of ash grove, good roads to city. This is a fine farm in plain view of city ttiiu biunt sell befof March 1st. PusMiMsiim given on March 1st. l'rice $4,800 one-half or more cash, balance easy payments at 7 per cent. I. M. SMITH. Owner ooooooc McCook, - - - Nebraska. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO NOSE CANCER CURED Mr. A. Canfield of Tecumseh, Neb suffered with severe cancer of the nose He has been entire'y cured by Dr. T. .O'Connor and will answer any m quiries from other . sufferers'. Write him and at the same time send a ful description of the cancer to Dr. T O'Connor, Lincoln, Neb. - He can cure you. His charges are reasonable and terms of payment easy. WOOD, ." C.,V& CO., successors - to Soukup & Wood. Expert cleaners and dyers, 1320 N St., Lincoln, Neb. Phones: Auto 1292, Bell 147. Mai . order work carefully attended to. Cheap lands south and southwest, for homes or investment; list free,,, 'JO. A. .PARKER, Louisville, Ky. IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF The best known remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralpia, Headache, LaGrippe, Fever or Pain -of any kind. Try one box. If you are satisfied send us 25 cents. If not send nothing, send no money only your name, write now. The Db. Biknemann Co., South Bend Ind. 10 Souvenir I'ost Cards. (Comic, Art & View). No 2 alike. Postpaid. Address Sunbeam Studio, E 41 Fulton St., N. Y. lOcts Not On The Pay Roll But "This new ruling is going to be hard on our lawmakers." . "What's that?" "Wny, some of the railroads have stopped issuing passes excepting to employes." "Well?" ; "Of course that will shut out con gressmen, state legislators, govern ors -" "Oh, not necessarily!" All Wennn Captain William Ellinger, the noted oyster grower of Chesapeake bay, said recently: "The oyster business is in a bad way: Ovsters are eettine scarce. Thev aro. not planted in the right manner, and they are not gathered in the right manner. The 'government must step in and give us a change, or eventually there will be ;nd n6re oysters "left: Things are all wrong as they, are as wrong as the Englisa with the ! letter 'h.' English farmer. We had ham for din ner a very delicious nam, baked, i The farmer's son soon finished his portion and passed his plate again. "'More 'am, father,' he said. The farmer frowned. " 'Don't say 'am, son he said, 'say 'am.' " 'I did say 'am,' the son protested in an injured tone. L " 'You said 'am,' cried the father fiercely. "Am's what it should be. 'Am, not 'am.' "In the midst of the squabble the farmer's wife turned to me, with a little deprecatory laugh, and said: "'They both think they're saying 'am.'" A Fable For the Times . A millionaire one morning bought a paper from the newsboy who fre quented the corner where the rich man's office stood, but found he had no small change in his pocket 1 pay for his purchase. ."Never mind, sir," said the boy at once, touching his hat as he spoke; "I'll trust you, sir." . A day or so later the millionaire again saw' the boy and called him "Here," said he, "I bought a paper from you the other morning when had no change. I owe you a penny." "Oh, that's all right," came the reply from one who knew something of Wal street; "keep it for your honesty." with the Insurance Law of this state, applicable to such companies anid, is therefore 'authorized to continue the business of Fire and Lightning Insur ance in this state for the current year ending January 31, 1907. Witness my hand and the seal' "of the Auditor of Public Accounts the day and year first above written. E. M. SEARLE, JR., (Seal) Auditor of Public Accounts. JOHN L. PIERCE, Deputy. Not Educated Up To It It was the first time Bessie ever had seen a talented elocutionist ' in action. "Mamma,' she whispered "why does she make those queer faces?" '"Sh, child!" admonished mamma, "Those are not faces. Those are in terpretations. We couldn't understand the meaning of the author without them." A Later Consideration "How long do you think it will take to build the Panama canal?" said the inquisitive person. "I haven't begun to figure on that," answered the expert. "What I am trying to ascertain now is how long it will take to get the building actually started." Longing A chap out of work in Michigan Said, "I wish I had my posichigan; With my salary back I could ride in a hack, And could "buy. all the things that I wichigan. Weather and Crime "Ever notice that there is less high way robery when the sidewalks are covered with snow and ice?" "No. Any reason for it?" "Yes. It's all the footpads can do to hold themselves up." Judge. Send $1.00 for a year's subscription to The Independent and receive Mr. Berge's book, "The Free Pass Bribery System," free as a premium. This offer will remain but a short time. CERTIFICATE OF "PUBLICATION j State of Nebraska, office of Auditor 61 Public Accounts. . 1 Lincoln, February 1, 1906. ' It is hereby certified that the Pala tine Insurance Company of London. in the State of England, has complied CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION State of Nebraska, office of Auditor of Public Accounts. Lincoln, FeDruary 1, 1906 It is hereby certified that the Com mercial Union Assurance Company of London, in the State of England, has complied with the Insurance Law of this state, annlimhle in siirh mmnn. - " j Mr K " w w v w v- w--" j. I niPS ATict ia thorofnro aiythrtfitaA in f.nr.. ! tinue the business of Fire and Lieht i mng Insurance in this state for the current year ending January 31, 1907 Witness my hand and the seal o the Auditor of Public Accounts the day and year first above written. E. M. SEARLE. JR.. (Seal) Auditor of Public Accounts. JOHN L. PIERCE, Deputy. NOTICE OF TAX SALE To all whom it may concern and to Adelia P. Fletcher, Mamie P. Fletcher George Fletcher, Mrs. Anna Peck, George Peck, the unknown children of Nellie Woodard, deceased, and Wal ter Woodard, heirs at law of Asa Fletcher, deceased, and William G Houtz, you and each of you are here by notified that on the sixth day of June, A. D., 1904, F. M. Wilson purch ased for the taxes at a private sale of land for taxes lot two in block eight in Pleasant Hill addition to Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, which lands or lots was assessed in the name of Asa Fletcher, . ana was sold for the taxes assessed for the years 1902, 1901, 1900, 1899, 1898, 1897, 1896, 1895, 1894, 1893, 1892, 18iJl, and that the time for redemption of said lots or lands from said sale will expire on the sixth day of June A. D., 1906, and that after said date last mentioned, I will apply for the tax deed thereto. FRANCIS M. W. PRICE, Assignee. LEGAL NOTICE In the district court of Lancaster county, Nebraska. William G. Houtz, plaintiff; against Asa Fletcher, Adelia IV Fletcher, his wife, J. Marcus Snow. first name unknown, Francis M. Wil son, Francis M. W. Price and John uoe, real name unknown, defendants. Asa Fletcher. Adelia. P. Fletcher. Francis M. Wilson and John Doe. real name unknown, defendants, will here by take notice that on the 4 th dav of January. 1906. William G. Koutz. plaintiff, filed his petition in the dis trict court of Lancaster county, Ne braska, against the said defendants, the object and prayer of which are to foreclose a mortgage made, exe cuted and delivered, by said defend ants, Asa Fletcher and Adelia P. Fletcher, his wife, on the 20th dav of; April, 1888, to plaintiff, William tf. . Jioutz, conveying to plaintiff the following described real estate: All of lot two (2) in block eieht m in Pleasant Hill sub-division of lots three (3,) four (4,) five (5) and six (b,) of the northeast quarter (N. E.j M) of section 36, township 10, range 6, being situated in the city of Lin coln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, said mortgage was filed of record on the 21st day of April, 18S8, in the office of register of deeds of said county, recorded in book 15 of mort gages, page 622; and also to foreclose a mortgage made, executed and de livered by the said defendants, Asa Fletcher and Adelia P. Fletcher, on the 20th day of April, 1888, convey ing to said plaintiff, William G. Houtz, the following described real estate: " , . All of lots five (5) and six (6) in block one (1) of Brace and ' Straw bridge subdivision of lot thirteen (13) H. Culbcrtson's subdivision of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section nine teen (19,) township ten (10,) range" seven (7,) east, as shown by the re corded plat thereof and being situated in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster coun ty, Nebraska, which mortgage was " filed of record in the office of regis ter of deeds on the 21st day of April, 1888, and recorded in book 15 of mort gages, page 621; and for general, equitable relief in the premises. ',,.. You are required to answer the pe tition in said action on or before the 12th day of March, 1906, or the alle gations thereof will be taken as true and a decree entered accordingly. - WILLIAM G. HOUTZ, "' Plaintiff. By BERGE, MORNING & LEDW1TH, His Attorneys. 1. . v Wi' LEGAL In the District Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska George Lebsack, Plaintiff" vs. Cas per Kaufmann, Katherine Kaufman, John Doe, real name unknown, and William H. Brevoort, Defendants. - To non-resident defendants, Casper Kaufmann, Katherine Kaufmann, John Doe, real name unknown, and William H. Brevoort ' You and each of you will hereby take notice that on the 13th day of January, 1906, George Lebsack, plaintiff filed his petition in the District Court of Lancaster County, . Nebraska, against said de fendants, the object and prayer of which are to foreclose a mortgage made, executed, and delivered by the said defendants, Casper Kaufmann and Katberine Kaufmann, his wife, on the 28th day of December, 1904, conveying to plaintiff, George Leb sack, the following described real es tate, to-wit The east one- half.,(E. of lot number four (4) in block number two hundred twenty-five (225) Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, which mortgage was "filed of record in the office of the register of deeds in said county, on the 28th day of December, 1904, and is recorded in book number one hundred forty-one (141) of mort gages at page two hundred twenty-six (226) thereof; and for general equit able relief in the premises. , You are required to answer the pet ition in said action on or before the 12th day of March, 1906, or , the al legations thereof will be taken as true and a decree entered accordingly. GEORGE LEBSACK. Plaintiff. By BERGE, MORNING & LEDWITH, His Attorneys.