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I SIOUX COUNTY
TlCWiT, Jlxt, 8tb, 1997.
(too. 1. Cinti, Editor and Prop.
r WW. IMlMI Eut
Be. . SiUed. II :M Mo. t, VUmI 1 :S
J. B. PHINNEY. If. D.
rbrsIaUa M4 SarrtM.
U MUl given prompt atleatioa.
CMBee lm Drue Star.
E. A M. V. R. R. is
to and freea tbe .
SGKR BEET FIELDS
ICTfCS Tt SSTTLIaU.
Tba rule of tha local bad oflco bav
recoatlv booa aannilaa ao that Battlers
at aaake laal proof ahall settle with tbe
nubliabar before eeodiaa; in tbeir applica-
tioav All parties desiring to nake final
orW caa bave tbetr papere mad oat at
To Jtorauui. offlce, free of cbarge, and
towdUt transmitted to tba land office,
o that ao time will ba loot
Doff are getting scarce.
Dr. FUner ia a good abot with the
The dog that rooalad aadar our booaa
These are doc days, ao look out for
Blaser Smith ia a food horse-back
rider ao tbey any.
- Will Wright claims ha bada-way-op
Una at Montroee on tba St
Mr Jamea Wright
epeod tba 4th with hi family. "
A good maay el tbe atodatt aad
taxlef apea tatfa at aataev
. Geo, Gerlach bee gone to work for
A. HeOialey of Baaabag Water.
Aaetber good raia weald be a&rat
tbe eat acceptable thief jaat bow.
Tba Barrieoa aiae are ateaaviag; the
tatter of goiag down to Ardmore to
play the boya again ia tbe near future.
loaad Trip Ticket to Hot Soriaga,
H. IX. eae fair rooad trio. Good Aac-lSta.
Ticket for aale, ccAmooceing July 15,
1917. S. F. Poirrfo,
M Will Smoke thought sleep waa
more necessary than school Toeeday at
ternoon, but be got there joet tbe same.
Aadrew Chrletiaa of Kirtley Wyo.,
boaght a new McaToraick mower of J
Kartell laat Monday, ooe of them Bur U
. John Davie aad Alex Lowery
boogot ooe of taeoj new Deerlng mowers
f Gariacb aad are sow ready to com-
Meaee makiag hay.
Barriaoa people epent a very qoiet
4(b that ia all who remained at boaea; aa
tbe gt Qatar number of tbeai went to
-lira, B. F. Poatlue. weat 'to
r aadraa laet Mooday evening to meat
Mr better half ; they expect to retara
Crockery anrt liAru-wme
away down at Bahtell's.
Remit cf U;e Montroee aad Five
Poiau ball game stood aa follows 28 to
20 ia favor id 31 lutros
Try the Chadron flour i
you want the best; kept by
Mrs. Saml. Tabbeta aod daughter
I went to Chadron last Friday evning to
spend the 4th. .returning on Wedoeaday
Want d, fresh eggs at
Babtell's, and will pay al
we can stand in trade.
Elmer Smith baa a bone trained to
haul off dead doers, wbea you deat waat
tbam lying around tbe streete. Give him
Mr Oeo Bowker who is employed at
tba Fort during tbe season, came in on
tbe west bound train Saturday morning
to apend tba 4th with his family.
we are semag mens
good pants from f 1.80, up.
J. H. Bartell
r a .
vne nunoreaana twenty-one years
laat Sunday since the declaratioa of
Independence. We will bare to declare our
Independence again very eooa if England
desa not miad bar awn business.
coaoBU'a osroarr mm.
rsM Adm'nl'j A-L Dm- .
iv '. .'... ..... ...
toojrTT oanasi. rtfso.
Beleace... '.i.Lt.... 4tfj
rtom otbar fsnda HM
- r ao ro :is
CommlwlonB , . , ,
Mr Samuel Tabbeta waa a
en tha aaet bouad train laat Moaday
evaaiaf to tabe ia the sight of Chadron
mi we were taforased.
. Harvest is coming on and
Babtell ha plemty of twine
and will tell it right .
We were Informed quite reoeatly
that Mr Heater's Niece who ia aojoura-
i 4 of a a a t r
Bo much for
KATTTm At tba riiHiiii a( Juatie
tha SUMr All Scbrievee of
EUa Baker of
liaoaai JJaV Tha aowly wadaad pair
leftCidroaoatheeeiag train to
TfUrf Ifii tefwty arrta
-WKeeaaptookalao hi tba
JiM tSlJP afatBatarday after
maymCim Wilia aad Pchard
Bayadoafbt ay mora, it iaaaugbty.
rmoa boy'a walhad off with
tpl Utbe day at Keatruea; we
Kaatf tra, tiaee cheera for
Oiaoa. laciObC. Caalroaadap
ub cOcfB now.
T. or Hay rie,-wtialt Bar-
mmtt) BMW AieBV AC 4,1 WF' VXIJ .JJl '
raver and Tictr hay-
rj tly tre as good as ctn
Go to Bart-ell's and buy
your boy a suit of clothes, he
can fit you out.
aiiss Louisa uoaeman, while away
apeading the 4tb of July Uat Monday,
austaioed quite a aavere fall oat of
wagon rendering bar unconscious for
time. MiM'Lindemao ia able however.
to be around again.
Mr. aod. Mrs. Enteman of Eagle Lake
Minn., came ia on the paaeengwr yester
day morning on a visit to Mr. ana Mrs.
Ed. , Main's. Mrs. Eoteotaa ia a sister of
Mrs. Mala. We did not learn bow : loar
tbe parties intend to remain.
Dr. Johnson of Cheyenne, Wy., who
ia i topping with Coffee Brother out on
their Hat Creek Ranch for a much needed
rest called in company with tba latter
gentlemen and paid their reap acta to tba
Jovbxai. force last Tuesday. The Dr is
of the school of physicians, called Osto
pathic, only juat comming into'' promi
nence and which bids fair to revolutioniae
the medical world. Tbtv uaa no
drag ia their practice whatever. Dr.
Johaaoa may poaoibiy locate iu Chad
ron, be baa aot fully decided yet .
Samuel and Jonstbaa ioenbv tt
W. Haxiooof SaadCHekproeiaptcalloi ' 1
at the JOcajfL ofSce laat Friday andf ' " Jeeasstoetf.
were pleased to meet aad get acquainted
with at least three of tbe thirty-five-or
mora young ladies and gentleoMa' who
are attending tba earn mar school at' tba
Bub from different parte of tba county.
We would bo glad to meet each one of
tba students personally aad may yet be
fore tbe school clteee, thus far however
we have not had that pleasure, a we are
and alwaya have bean interested ia tbe
welfare of our youag people who are (hue
striving to prepare themselves for teach
ing, aad trust tbey may succeed ia get
ting schools ia their own county aad not
ba obliged to go among strangers to ob'
tain a poeitioa.
It wasaslerpy crowd that arrived
from Montrose at 8.80 Tuesday Morning
School opeoud again July fth witb
a food many absent on account of the
train being so lute in the day but tbe
attendance in tha aftemooa waa some
better, still some were to sleepy to at
Mr Oeo DeOroff of Cotten wood this
county and All Fisber of Chadron enrolled
Tuesday afternoon ia the summer srhiaL
MsMUMint of mesey's received sad dla
bareed by tbe TreaaBrvr of flioox cvnatv.
Nebraska, t ran December 31, MM to July 1.
FsM state Treaearar.
acaooL LAiro rcso.
CoUeellone.. : .
Psid State Tresanrer.
stats scaooL tvwd.
CollecUos (Maee) us
tale ApporttonnMuite .
" Women as Journalists" is the subject
of aa interesting sympoaium in Dnoa
arr Msuazimk for July, to which a
group of tbe hrightct women In tbe pro
fession contribute, each disco seise? the
topic from the stand point of her pemon
al experience, it will well repay reading.
.t w o., r
r . i i i , :
Tbe king was ia tbe counting-house,
'Casjatiajr out his money;
Tbe Queen waa in tbe parlor.
Eating bread and honey.
Oh why could not bie majesty
' Have graciously bestowed a
N'tokel on her majesty,
To buy an ice-cream sods?
In tbe house, fumigation is tbe only
manner of gaining relief from tbe persist
eat flies and mosquitoes. Procure for
the purpoee any ordinary iron spider
using either charcoal or live coals.
Twice a day once ia tbe morning for
flies sod once at night for moaquitoee
fumigate thoroughly. Lavender may be
mixed with tbe camphor or a little dried
pennyroyal. The beet mixture for fumi
gatioe ia equal parts of camphor, dried
pennyroyal lavender and inoanae. all
eae are perfectly harmless. The
rooms should be tigbly cloeed during the
' WarrrnU aeyeemed.
oocktt Bosn reus.
Belaaee no. la
WarraBt Eedeeated. ' -
covbtt aaiDoc rcxD.
White Elver Breesaa.
Mr. Cbaa. Dippert tainka tbe office of
Assessor ia not at all desirable aiaea that
of County clerk ia ao near ia sight
We aoticd that tbe old aebool booaa ia
diatrktao. 1. baa lost some of ita beaaty
Um roof to goa aad windows takaa out
who owe the toga? they alone remain,
tbe queatioaia whore ahall wo voter bat I
forget Dippert win-likely see that we
have n puce to vote. -
We nnderstaod that Mr. Devooportia
aa aaptraat for county comiesioner, it ia
likely that it will be on tbe Republican
ticket, eo we are not scared very baalv
KoKInry prosperity ia moat too weak for
tha Republicans to have a walk away.
Oar B. B. coaveatioa wae a socoeea in
ovary way, wo ragreted verv macfa t
inability of our preeideot to ba preeeat,
we bad aeveral epeakers from outetda aad
ws leb to tbaok tbam all for tba able
with which they handled their
reepeewve suojecta. o. .A. Ramsey of
Crawford alao Mr.lOeo. Gartoa of Craw
ford Bee. D. 1. Clark of Barriaoa Bar.
E. G. Bio aad wife of Cot too wood aad
B.F. Thoaaee of Warboaaat detivarad
aad eloquent diacoaraw all
to via one with the otbar.
tbe Mr. A, B. Fleberof Cbadroa ferfca
ia leading tbe choir, alao Mrs.
Greater our orgaaiat Mrs Walkw of
Harriaoa waa cboaea Freaideat for
of Cottonwood. Seeratary and TrCrar
Mra.CE. Rice. Nearly oaoEadred
people were in attoodance, aad wa regret
vary much our aot being able to aeoomo-
date visitors a we would Ilk but tfaoy
will have to accept the will for taw &aed.
Mr. Maaoa excelled ia gattiag tba crowd
to and from the church to hiabooaoaad
aaaiag that every oae bad aoaaat&lag to
rverybedy at Olea feela w3 paid
for tfiwr time and trouble, a great deal
was learned that ws had not even thought
of before, and wa hope that those from
abroad were equealy as well paid as w
Wft-B. , ' '. ....
' , .. Cup.
covdtt araciat aaar rvno.
aalsnce,. : .; aua
aowaa raxewer aovo rent.
; Mil J
aoso oiaraicT ronn.
CommUakmS ' - v
roll Tax -Kef &dd4. -
.araciAi. aoo oirrajcr ro. .
e .. ... :...it.ai i. ,'
Very few lives are free free to go and
come, travel, read, atudy, .write think
paint aod sing at will, ia tbe livee of
mont women three gifta are aa aside
ia life aa it were an underbreath. Moat
of ua are beset with loviag calla of toil
care responsibility and quiet but, which
we must recognize, heed and obey, wo
must love our. motnera more than . our
Greek, If their instinct of daughter, sis
ter, wife or mother diee out of a college
bred woman, even in tbe course of a moat
brilliant'oareer, tbe world will forget to,
lore hr: it win aooro her, and juatly
If aha does aot make her surrounding
homelike wherever aba ia whether aba ba
teacher artist, musician writer, daughter,
etftome or a mother in the household and
if she herself is not cheery and loving,
dainty in drees, gentle ia manner, aod
beautiful ia aoul, aa every, true woman
ought to be, the world will feel that the
one thing needful ia lacking: vivid, tender
womanliness, for which no knowledge
however profound, caa em com pen
ante. It ia better for a woman to fill
simple human part loviqg, better to . be
sympathetic in trouble, and to whisper a
comforting meaaaga late but one grieving
ear than that aha ihpuld make a path to
Egypt aad lecture to thousands on an
TO TEACHERS AND OTHCRO
BFEClAL A JfNOTJKCEME5T.
Tba leaders ia riucatapael circiae of Ne
braska: '-j.r i
riioo. W. R. Jackaoa. Stete Siin't Fub-
fic Instruction. .
Lieut.. Goveraor Harris, Chancellor
mcLam, Prof. HIU M. Bell, of the Lin.
colo Normal. 3. W. Crabtrae. President
Nebraska Taacben Asaooiatfon. i). G.
Paarae, Sup't Rablic InitrucUon' Oma
ha, Prof. W. B. Clemmona ct the Fre
mont Normal, aad the county superin-
deots from tbe various counties reached
by the F. E. A M. V. R R., ia Nebraska
-have signified thefr intention of - iroiag
over the NORTH-WF8TERN LINE to
It was found neoeaaart to nrovida
special acoommodationa for tbe party.
A . L. t. . m. . . . . . .
uirvup;n sievswr inss Mswom to Stll-
' at 17
mraa or raa viuioa er asaasaes.
PaM village ef Bsrrl-
Bead Cos pons Badeeav
scaeenL ormicv wv v as.
cmim w sea. , . ' aHm m
- Orders rate.. '
thai , " 'aMsaja, ,
I BvaaMMwai weee ttrtet
Cos pome Kedeemed.. '
OWtrtet Hrbeoi ruod. 4
. ! ruaaw ,yMjm.i0
i-Bse ea asea JUmn
Mete Wsrrsets Beeetvol fr Tsaowt MM
Total caea and Wamata..ajajT
General ranfl- i . ..3l.57
Npticlal IWibt Fund...... ........ ........ 1A").I9
Hpt'Cial Itoad rmid...... .... 2M.s2
C'Kiabu Bi aiiLX . ,
wauke without cbabAb.
gaged. Leave Lincoln 1-Afi F. M. via F.
E. A M. V. R. R. .Wahoo S:40 P. M.
Fremont 340 P. M Hoaaouri Valley tM
F. M. Arrive Milwaukee 100 A. M.
Tenoaers and others Ukioar advanUre
of tha low rata, to Milwaakee account
n. E. A., from point on the Bonarinr
and Hasting lines, alao from he main
lines and1 branches west on the P. E. A
B.---V,. B., R, c.tfi'r.ri !,;,-.pii) vv
apaeeia this thrptia-r, t'ar BV'!'i'i:to :
the nearest agent- r. tbe'F." l:.' A M V.
R R.- Rat f "t dotih;. w"r') s-'),-..
modattng tv.o p"f l.', I. (''' v: -,
moot to Milwsuu.-t, :i.ao '
Through ciieir car .wiil V ,
where r.eojwary. "
t : ' J. K . Bi cil ;!s,
Gho'I Pawo-.er Aut'!'- . A W V. .
B. B., On:hs, Sen. f"
N'ntlcxTo Hn-H-tH'V l"f-.l4r.,
la tbe District Court of fjoax tcativ -.r.
Jane B. Woodrnir, pl.lsff, s .i'Jm
afetnaart. Jeeepfalne Menbnr, o
lag, Mrs. Banc wife of ! H P if. , . .-..-;
tlsn name eaknowe mn!' V. j h--i, t
defeadaate:, , j
Ta Joan Melnaert, Jsiebalna ke'ur.trt
aad W, j, Bua3s noa resident deecdi o'".
Tea srv feereby noUBed that on the ;th
aevef April un pteletUT herein. fl.d h-r :
petlUoa In tbe shore entitled eaawt, B the
Owtrletrxmrt of Moei COuaty, lebraak.
against tba defeadaate above aaasad the ob
)estaad prayer ef vhteh is to foreeieee a
eertela aneeicage eaerated ea the Utfe day
ef Jaly itaj, by John MeUhsrtssd Josephine
steieaan aaen the SB ef ee. Kla Twa. a
aaaen weetef the r. M.tl
a awes eoaaty Bebr, to eesare the aaysM
aressmiesory aoe for the earn ef
eee sna payable Jene let laaj that there Is
doe snd payable on said bom tba mm
pi vaii.es eaaror taxes petd by plalattaT to
areteethereaearltythe earn ef B.M with
m tereet ot the rate ef M ear sea t. aar
f rem the m day ef May hWT. for wbteb
wn latereH ptalaUa' Brer far a
that tbe dereadsaWMV tew aaas. aa that
leesfenlt ef eaeh paymeat said arenilass
ae satd to sectary the aaseuat feaad
We are on our wcy to the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
THEY SAY EVERYTHrS'lf
IS 80 CHEAP AT THAI
My wife want one of thfr
Uatiful SPRING IIAT
and dry good provisioM dr.
I need a Spring SUIT myn
and we think we can nave mo
ey by trading at the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
IE WIS GERLACH. P
MARS TELLER BROS.'
They handle every thing usualy handled in age
era! department country store.
SUCH AS DRY GOODS and GROCERIE. BOOTS ar.
SHOES, HARD and TINWARE; alfeo FLOUR, FEFD at
GRAIN, KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY GOING TO MARSTKtLRfc BR0:
Feed and Sate
Wf BtU tik .. .Alt Wa handle t
Amtrictn ' HawKSewed Shoe Co'i1 - ' ' 1
OQTS&SnOZS " ' Hard-Ware,
Jrer tbt a rsia or raasasoors 4 sooaa.
1 am Agent for the world famed MhKORMICK BIiI
ERSand MOWERS. I keep on hand all the time a full
ine of supplies for these machines.
Laot but not Least.
Wehn voa are baol t in need of tbe only PERKINS WIND Mil, h
aold in 8iou County, call oo nse.
T. II. BARTELL.
Wepoy the frelt
Olt THIS -
YOU WAY F03 IT
trrrn a wrn dcllabtdili
aowa and Be.oo per ajaoth.
Tea are reaetred to
on or hetm the Kfh dsy ef Jslr s
uo ;.. nooaroir,
By W. W. Wood, snd Qrsrt Guthrie
ktkrnen for plaint Iff
Firt oabltcttUra at r. Wit.
v '0JT1 "tor Der1 Oalatofm . W,vHll tan va
ww ww wt ewfo aawajaai vaVBoaaaK W9jaT 1 r fWaaTMaV aUasavaw asaUal BBsaafaT 1
IrUa abaat tbi aoa; a
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