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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1898)
sUeo. 9. Canoa, Editor and Prop.
f.t.iK.'Li lime table.
Going ffut. Going Bart.
0. S. mixed, 11 S 1 No. S. mix. 8:00
F. E. M. V. E. R. U tie best
to and from the
DKADWOOTJ AND HOT SPRINGS.
Tbe Davis Machine Co., Ghlcaoo.
' sake tarn.
hoaat in tail Use
Send SUap tor Special Catalogs.
fafcs decay, nurroua WblUraa
lowtmailty sent free for 11 cti. pygT-
8tla A. Holcomb ,Goventor
.James EL Harris Lien tenant Governoi
W. r. Porter Secretary of State
John V. Cornell Auditor
si. R. Meiierve
C. J. Smyth..,
.J. V. Wolfe
W. B. Jacknon
.Supt. Public Instruction
John M. Thornton U. 8. Senator, Omaha
Wbi. V. Alien U. 8. 9enator, Madison
J. B. Strode, Uongreaanuw Jut DUU, Lincoln
D. II. Mercer, W " Omaha
: Samuel Maxwell, " Jrd " Fremont
VT. L. (Hark. 4th " Aurora
JL D. Sutherland, " 6th " NelsOn
"W.L. Green, " 4U " Kearney
JJ. 3. SIHvan ..Chief Jtaftlce, Colnmbne
T. O. C. Harrison A'te Judge, Grand Island
T. L. Norval - Associate Jadge, Seward
f. A. CarapbelL.Clerk and Reporter, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTB1CT:
M.P. Kinkaid , , Jndge, O'Neill
W. II. Wealover " Buehvlllc
' l. J. Blewett Clerk. UaJ-riaon
TERMS OF COCBT:
District Court, At Harrison, eeaaiaoneea
Spring term May 9th, .
jTaH " Sept Hli Jsry ISfth.
Ukmatv Court. At Harrison, com
flrst Monday of each month.
Hto Mutz.jScua.tof, Dist. No. M, Sprlngvtew
Jk.. E. Sheldon..- DisV So. 53. Cbadroa
Robert Wiion County Judge
f. J. Blewett. Clerk
-Cha. Blehl , Treasurer
Elule Verriaui .8upt. public Instruction
Thos Holly , J4ierltr
J. E. Phlnney Vironet
Jl. V. Thomiw.. Surveyor
M. J. IJUiwctt.,., ,Clerk of litrlct Court
,rant Gathrte County AtUtrney
BOARD OF COVMWSIOSERS:
Jens C. Mtiug lHt Diitlrlct
Atxitvw PrwunlT , id
.Jackson Alttleit( Chairman) Sd
E. F. PontUis (chitlrman) , .Tmtco
J Dim Ravl,
U. II. Grburcxt . r
W. IS. MiiMteller '. .
rJ5. Kohrr L
-W. H- IMv-ta Clork
Lewb Gerlarh . . Ireuurer
ERftrt Rohwer , Director
B. L. Rmnck . Moderator
lewis GeiJaqii ,..... Treasurer
faitUCtHSM AMD (WCIETIKS.
JIatfcMlLat Snmlay Hehool meeta every Sun
day sMrniuff at M aw
W.U.1MVM, XiBS B .aretL,
'Keaitlar bualneas meetlaff flnt Taesf ay
' lavealnK In each month.
Devotional suiting every Sunday eeentnc
x :. Mas. Kotai.1. 1 eaear
Jleato each ftuoar afternoon at l.
fnn KCC HOST, Be. Mt, Q. A. k.
mm Wowser u eaea eaoata u
B. B. Llismaw, Com.
moovBM of na wou.
iriite Ces l s eewj em 1
; ,- CM. . ; Oam. hb.
.;, - f LlgJi or AlCA.
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and IHstrict
Courts, and before the United State?
Fire Insurance written is reliable
ty Legal papers carefully drawn.
Harrison. - Nrbhaska.
J. E. PHLNNEY, M. D.
Phjl-idan and Surgeon.
All culls given prompt atteutiofi.
Office In Jjjrug Store.
A. T. CLARIS
Offloe: Sn the Kiolittdn BeJldl.ig,
COME TO THE
JOB WORK 3 Stationary.'
KOTICE TO SETTLERS.
Tbe rules of the local land office have
recently been amended so that settlers
to make final proof shall settle with the
publisher before sending in their applica
tion. AH parties desiring to make final
proof can have their papers made out at
Tmt Iocrnal office, free of charge, and
promptly transmitted to tbe land office
so that no tune will be lost.
$500 for Good Guenslng.
"Tbe Nebraaka Farmer has inaugurated
for its subscribers a unique guessing
scheme on the possible number of paid
admissions to the Trans-Missippi Exposi-
dow running at Omaha.
f 100 will be paid for first nearest guess
$50 each for next two nearest guesses.
$10 each for next 10 " "
$2 each for next 50 "
$1 each for next 100 "
One guess may be made with each
yearly subscription paid in advance at
regular price one dollaj so that every
ono guessing will get the Nebraska
Farmer one year and have a chance be
sides to get from one dollar to one hun
dred and there will be 163 persons who
will get these cash premiums.
For sample copies, terms to ageots and
full particulars address Nebraska Farm
1511 Dodge St., Omaha Neb.
tST Prof. C. W. Roush
Oculist examined and restor
ed the normal vision for
many by fitting them proper
ly with glasses.
Prof. C. W. Roush Ocu
list will be at Dr. Phinney's
drug store Sat, July 23. He
will examine the eye and
properly fit glasses. Satis
faction insured. Examina
tions free at Harrison; one
day only Sat. July 23.
IW Parties wishing to
purchase anything in the line
of harness, saddles or grain
and feed, can call on L. Ger
lach, who will look after my
business during my absence
E. Ron web.
ET Parties owing me on
accounts and wishing to set
tle same can do so by calling
at the Commercial bank.
The July number of The
New Time is more agressive
than ever in pursuing its
war policy. It is unusually
rich in orginal cartoons and
interesting reading. Send
in a dollar for an annual sub
scription: We make a club
ing rate of $1,60 for the New
Time and tbe Sioux Couxty
KtH-I tan cattle bide uA all kind
of ekine with hair for robes, or without
or leather. 8m sample and prices In
J. H. Bar toil's store.
H. OiJUCR. Oloa, Nob.
WAKTED Wood 00 ubacriptioa aooa
as we can get It. Editor.
The- Harrison boys cant play ball
be the KoatroM boys eao. "
' IV Monday was a paesnorable day
ia the aatkw and oapeoially la Harriaon.
Followiag- Bro tboao who apont too
fkrWM fomtb la Crawford from Harrl-
, t. aadUn. L Oortaefc.tl J. Blow
ttaad telly CbortS ElyiMd Umy
Excursion Union tw Traiin-MU-
ttlMMlppI ExooMltJon at
Omaha Xel. J une
1st to Xoi, 1st
From Harrison every day Sundays
excepted) from June 1st to October 15th
1898 at $23,20 for round trip good for
return until Nov. 15th.
From Harrison every day (Sunday
excepted) from June 1st to October 30th
good for return 30 days from date of Hale
For the opening exercises on May 30th
round trip tickets will be sold .good for
return June 6th at our fare vU 114.50.
E. F. Pontius agt.
Special Excursion Hates to Hot
Springs H. DuJt.
On dates named below at one fare
for round trip, tickets good for return 30
days from date of sale.
E. F. Pontius, Agent
53T Excursion for Ne
braska day at Trans-Miss
issippi Exposition at Omaha,
will be nold on June 11th,
good returning until June
18th. at one fare for round
trip. E. F. Points.
MARRIED At tbo Harris -n House
July 5th 1898 Judge Wilson officiating,
Elmer Ring Pullen and Miss Flora Leata
Kemp both of Sioux County Nebraska.
-Hon. M. J. Weber and J. T. Mason
were HarrisoB visitors this week.
Tbe county commissioners finished
their labors At tbe court bouse last Sat
-Judjse Wilton left for Wbeatlaod
Wyo., Wednesday morninlng be expects
to be gone about a week.
W. H. BonreU and family of Hat
creek spent tbe 4th at tbe pataraal
mansion on tbe Boulevard.
Fred Blomberg and family of Olen
went to Glen Rock, Wvo., to spend Ibe
4th with his cousin John Blomburg, the
section foreman at that Place.
-Mr. Pat Blattery did not forget the
JocrnaL family when goose-be tries
were a treat as we had been most an
xious to have some and Mr. 8. baa our
thanks in return.
About 500, people from tbe sur
rounding country including tbe Harris
onites celebrated in old fashioned style at
Harrison on the 4th.
We are sorrv to learn that Grand
ma and tfranpa Wright have both been
quite ill during the past week. They
are at tbe home of W. B. Wright and
are having every attention.
The Harrwon boys thought they
could nlav ball but thev could'nt The
Montrose boys plaved our boys to a fin
ih. We hope tbe valler Ivivs will onnie
Uf :0'i beat tuuitt aome more,
- Paul Wonder of Kirtley was
Dleasant ca'ler at this office on last
Wednesday and did not forget to drop
a cart wheel on ye editors dek by way
of renewing hiR allegince to the Jocrsal.
The Junior League will give itn first
annual picnic on tomorrow atPlymptons
grove at East Hat creek. They will
leave from the church at 8 oclock in the
morning all are coraially invited to come
with our little folks and eojoy them
Mr. Runyon. from Mitsouri Valley
la., a friend of Pat Lacy arrived in Har
rison last Saturday to look tbo country
over with a view of locating here in tbe
future. Mr. Lacy informed us that Mr,
Runyon had gone home with the ex
pectation of arranging bis affairs in that
country and returning to Sioux county
to locate at once.
Lost Saturday a telegram was
received by Mrs. Smoke of Andrews,
from Rollins Wyo., of the drowning at
that place in the Platte River of her
husband on the day before. At last ac
counts his body had not been recovered
from tbo river. No detail of tbo sad
accident had thus far boon received
W. Smoke the son of the deceased wont
to Rollins last Monday morning to see
what could bo done toward finding the
body of his father and bring it homo for
Mr. Smoke had boon absent from homo
about 9 months and was taking care of a
herd of shooD at tbo time of bis death,
LATER Another telegram to Mrs
Smoke from Wyo., announces that the
body of her husband was found the fol
lowing day afUr she received the aad
newt of bis drowning. Tbo body will b
burried at RoMuu. Will to expected
homo to day.
Sowbelly and Esvst Bodarc Do-'-.
Mr. J. 0. OUbort of Hot Springs ft.
Dak. is rid ting with Noah Hovoy's
family, aad if be can find a snitablo
looaUon ho will locaU boro.
Irvifl Zimmormao casno from the 710
rmaeta to hto homo to spaed Uw 4th of
Mi key Carrol camo from Wyo. to visit
witb Ms pAmnts for a few days.
B. Zorba moved hto stock to tbo dirkW
CM Zimmorman cams (com Mm Toraor
ranch to spsad tho 4th.
Mrs. J. M. Durko is growlas? a littto
stroayr svory oy so w
1017 THE EiGLE SCREAM
ed in Harrison.
Our little city was aroused from "her
quiet slumbers at early dawn by no less
than a salute of one hundred guns as a
reminder of our nations birthday to
About 1 oclock 260 or more repaired
to the court house wbere Rev. Kendall
invoked device blessing and offered
The singing was no secondary affair
all who participated deserve special
The reading of the declaration of in
dependence by Prof. Gray was second
to none we have ever listened to: it was
perfect, Tbe oration delivered by Prof.
Phipps desplayed his familiarity with
his subject, in our opinion he is an elo
cutionist of no mean repute.
The excercises closed by all present
singing the national hymn Amen ca.
when all repaired to tbe ball ground east
Hckrah For The Mo!trose Boys.
The matched game of base ball played
here between tbe home and the Montrose
0, resulted iu a sweeping victory for the
visiting team by a score of 20 to 28 in
favor of "Montrose. .
Next came Die horse races, and among
the several who entered the field young
Thos. Flunkett, a mere boy from
Warbonnet won the first prize.
The Bicycle race was of special
interest to all, the first prize was carried
off by "Prof Roush of Lusk.
Tbe most amusing feature of the day
especially for tbe little folks, was the
Sack race which was won by Leonard
Christian of Pleasant Ridge. The fire
works were the crowning features of the
nations boliday while thos who enjoy
ed tripping the light fantastic, were
served to the "Queens taste while at the
court house all who' so desired were giv
en a chance to spend a pleasant evening.
All things considered little Harrison done
herself proud, of course we will not tell
bow many sleepy beads we saw next
The Weather still keeps dry and hot.
A good time was reported at U. Was-
serburgers place tbe fourth.
Tne dance at Jas HofTmans was well
attended yesterday July 4th.
Small grain is cut for feed in this vici
Mr. Trodick arrived from Montana yes
terday be will stay a few days acd then
return witb Mr. Rhein.
A. Rhein will depart for Montana next
Thursday where he will make his future
Mibs Gerty Marking was visiting with
ber folks a few days returned to Craw
ford to day where she is working.
Sir. r. Johnson our new mail carrier
has moved in the old Richardson Place.
Jlnrrl-in, Nel. 1
Ju,,e '.-Jlli, lMJt. 1
Bonnl of county commlaKioncra met pur
xuant to adjournment.
l'rcucnt, coiiiinixidonor Mettlcn. Meng and
I'rocunler and Clerk.
Tbe following claim aff.ilnat Sioux county
were audited and allowed and on motion
warrant ordered drawn on tbe General
fund of 1898, for tame:
Jack Mettlen, service a Co, Coin. I M 00
J. C. Mung ' " " 107 00
A. I'rocunler " " " " 114 00
11. J. BleweH,'aulary, court coM post-
age and Kxpre 317
(jrant liutlii'ie xulnry aa Co. Attorney 1MC0
Grant Outbiia stationary and Attorn
ry' J5 01
Grant Gulbrle txpense In State vn
Gllmore, 10 80
Grant Guilirlc " -
Gllmore, S 60
A. T. Clark, acrvlce on Insanity Hoard 1 00
Thomas Hollv, " a SlieriflT 1 02
Davlr Anderson, pauper itupplle S 00
David Auderaon " 7 Sft
Aavld Anderson 8 05
Aavid Anderson - " 8 06
Aavld Anderson - 8 00
Z. F. Antrim Assessing , 2 40
J. Ii. Bartcll pauper supplies 24 11
John F. Cook Aaauaatng 88 00
Geo. D. Canon, printing and publishing, 63 M
Geo. D. Canon, " 38 00
Geo. D. Canon, mm.. jeoo
D. 8. Cox, Jtutlce rest In State vs Will
J. S. Dickinson Assessing claimed ti,
Vela Kngbret, AseIog
f, K. Jandt, paurer innplle
K. K. Llvermore, work on court house
Alex Lowery, wood for pauper
J. K. Marsteller, pauper sapplles and
J. E. Marsteller " H
Klate Merrtam, aerrlees a Co, Sunt.
Elsie Men lam, " "
claimed S7I St, allowed .
Anton Morarek, boarding prisoner
Jamea Molan, I ssiasing
Oxaaha Printrag Co. StaUosury
Omaha PruiUng Co, "
Oasaha PrlnUag Oo. "
Joseph Olbrlebt witness foe In SUU
vs KIcboImd elalm4 tn, allowed
H. Fiakeabroek, Assrwlog
J. C Pblany aarylee oo lasaalty Board II IB
J. B. Fblnney a Coroner It SS
J- B. Pkliuiey ' - - elalmed
assaol Tabbet, eoal for Coart Hons
mi Jnry fee, elalmed 971 ji, allowed
OBfl BaSBng Amaaxng
W. J. A- Rowm 4 -
J. B. Shipley
Typewriter Co., one
' Trpewrlt' for elerk
T. W. Fraaela son toes se Interpreter
tajik Wright wood for ooaaty aad
Here We Are Again.
500 pairs of shoes
The above is an addition to our already large and;
complete stock of boots and shoes now on hand.
We have the largest assortment ever buoii iu
Ynrth-Wf'st. Nohraska. and as to nrices we DEFY
Competion and are sure
OUR STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
IS STILL THE LARGEST AM' Tllfc
BEST IN HARRISON. CALL t
SND SEE US AND SAVE
Robert Wilson, coart feu and posltiffa 5 W
H. Zimmerman, Aum-wlng 20 20
D. 8. Dot, aervlewi aa Juror 50
Jatne Kourett " " 3 20
J. II. Howard " " " 5i
J. F. Young " " " S 00
J. J. Ilodfters ' ,
A. L-Staudmlifi " " 3 001
Michael Rulllng " 0u
Albert IUU " " " J
Albert liippcrt " " " M
A. E Gules " - 30
A, Shncvo " " ' 50
H. H. Bunnell " " JM
Walter Boed 6 50
Jake Marking " " 4 00
U.C-Unnter ' " M M
JoknAruer 6 00
Frank J. Meyer" " " 4 40
Harry Brown 4 Ji
David Bartiett - " 2 ho
II. A, CoUman 4 DO
F. M, M. n " " " 3 0
W.J. Bogart 2 30
JttcJb Wawierburrnr " 4
ISobort Wlliwn, Court eoU 15 an
T. M. McCoy, witness fees 6 00
GuyMeCoy ' 7 Kl
W. iL Davis S00
David Bartiett Sheriff'" b) 75
Cora Beed wltueaa " 00
H. R. Beed 5 l
Wm. Iron " " 5 50
Tuomaa lloll Sheriff' " S3 26
J. Stlmson witness " 4 00
Ktnery Clliuore " 4 00
M.J.Weber " " 4 00
L. W. Fry 4 00
Lonin Hrundlge ' " 4 bO
Fred Tullen " 1M
I. 8- Mcintosh " " 4 :.0
Abe Mclutouli ' " 4 SO
A- Mclilnley " " 2 00
B- L- Barr " 4 tt)
William Milor " - 4 SO
O- E- KalU"Oin - - 4 60
T- J- Maxon " " 4 20
i On motion (lonrd adjourned till 7 a- iu
June 3Utll, 1SLH- M- J- Bliwb T,
Juno Mt, r'. I
Board met pursuant to ad Jour jinenl.
l'lonent, coiuuiiiMiuuer Mettlcn, Meng and
Procunler mid Clerk.
The following claims asalnst Sioux county
were audited and allowed and on motion
warrant ordered drnwn ou county Bond
fundof 1M)7 for name:
Goo. l. C-ttiou, publlnhlng noid Kotico 110 00
Thus. Hollv, vlewinij Ko.ul .-.;..nm-J 13,
tlloiI 10 00
The toisuw iiirf el.Jjis aa,lia t Sioux county
weru auditel und nllwel ami on motion
warrants ordered drawn on ISridK fuud of
1837 for same:
Joaepll J. Kipp, 1-ulliliua r.i'ii!-o S.0W
trto. I. Ciuiou I'ublmlili.g !i ilif notice 5 00
Ueary riekenbrock rop .tiring Co, Brige hi W)
Tlie clulm of flios. Blugny for jrn,iriliim
prisoner was, on motion laid over till next
The claim of H. McNalr for Road ScrajK-rs
wim, on motion luld over till next meeting.
The claim of Koljt. Yurg)mn for iliunnei
on connty llotid was, on motion laid over
till next meeting; the claim of G. W. Heitir
for Justice coit, nation motion laid over till
next meeting; the claim ef K. Kohax-r as
Brand co'.uniiaiioner was on motion reject
ed; the ciiilni of .State Journal Co. for vouch
er Rocord, was 011 motion rejected lor the
reason that th pnrchatie of same was not
authorized by the clerk and tho record or
The official Bonds of Frank Tiuklmm as
Deputy Sheriff and Terry While ax Road
Overseer in Ulst. No, 12, nad Pat Lacy an
Road Ovuraarr in IMst. So. i were pruocntcd
and on motion approved,
Boad.Overseera annual settlement of J a.
McCann wae presented and approved and
on motion certificate ordered drawn on
Boad Dlat. M. 4, for same.
Tbe Boad 1'etlllon of Waiter Pltu ct aJ
asking that coanty road be located; com
mencing at the half Section corner on Town
ship line between Section 32 ond 6 In Town
ship 31 and 82 Range 63, running thence west
and south across the military wood Reser
vation, thence west In (lie moat practical
rout to Intersect with eounty road No. 96 al
the aorth-east corner of Section If In Town
ship SI Range 66, was taken np and after
doe consideration the Board And that the
root petitioned for Is a consent road, and on
motion tbe same be and hereby I declared
to be a pnbllc road.
Tbe road petition of John Lacy et al ask
ing that a county road be established, eota
mondog at the north-east corner of Section
14, Township St, Bangs 67, thence sooth on
Section Une between Section IS and 14 to
the aortb-eaet corner of Seetlon 23, thence
diagonally across the north half of Section
M to a point on correction Une SO rods sooth
of the aortb-eaet comer of Section 14, Town
ship SS, Range 67, thenee doe east ono and
one half mile to a point M rods north of too
center of Section SO, Township K, Range M
thence sooth M rods thence east to half gee,
corner between Section iu and 'Jl, thenee
oath SO rods, thence east to a point SO rods
south ot tbe eon tar of Section 21, Township 02,
Bangs Wand Intersect with what la known
aathoMoaroe eteeb road. After due eon
sldsratleu ths Board And tnat tho rout peti
tioned for I a ooneent road aad on motion
tho mm ho aad hereby 1 declared to bo a
peMle road. -
On notion Board adjourned till Tarn,
Jalr let, MM.
M. 1. Blbwbtt, Clerk.
Haniaea. Mad, 1
Jnly 1st, U I
Board of aoosty eottailMloaers sset pnr-
Just received over
of the latest siyies. ;
to snit all who toine
unant to adjournment.
I'rewnt.commlitioner McttlPn, Mong ami
rriK'unier and Clerk.
On motion Hoard proceeded to check up
the county Trenwirer" olhce.
On motion Board udjourned till 7 a. m.
July 2nd, 1HW.
M. J. HLEwsrr, wiera.
JulytiHl, lfH. (
Hoard of connty commlailotiura met pur
auunt to adjournment-
rreacnt, coniinlloner Mettlcn, Mong and
pnjcnnler and Clerk.
Board c-oinpletwl the checking of the
TremuroM office and ordered the a;nue
syroad upjn the records.
On motion It wa dl-ld that the outside
of the basement under tin court hoano be
cemented and the Clerk U hereby author
Ud ana Instrnctird to advertise for bids to
complete tuo work.
On motion Itouail ad journed without day.
M. J. Blwitt, Clerk.
Call for People's Independent P.rty
A delegate convention of tho People'
Independent Party will bo held at tho roun
ty court houie 011 Saturday, Jnly 1?, UW, at
the hour, 1 o'clock p. hi. at fie court room in
sold court house lor tho purpose of aelcct
uigtdulogate to attend the Congressional
Convention to be hold at the city of Broken
Bow on the !Uh day of July, and for
the purpose of selecting 8 delegate to at
the Mate convention to be held a. Lin
coln, on tho 2nd day of Augnst next, and
for the purpose of deciding whether dele
gate for the Representative and Senatorial
conventions be selected or whether another
convention be culled for that purposo; mid
also for the pnrpoc of transacting such oth
er buiB a may Improperly b.-ongut be
fore the convention.
Tbe representation to said corcntion U
biwed on the vote east for Hon. Judifa John
J. Sullivan, for supreme Jndga at the elee
Hon of 1M7, and llio apportionment will bii
one delegate for every 10 votoa or frac
Tbo various preclncta in tho county nr-i
entitled to the following number of dele
W hUlIc t'reek
W ar bonnet
Miuku ( n-t-a
W hue River
11 14 recommended no proxies lie allowed,
but dclegutcd present will bo nliowed t-
cHt tun full ote of d'd.-rntWn ot Ut
ltil r,:C';il.n-'l'i: 1 '.!'t- lr(:, !:i( t cittl
ens' he held on Ur llt,:i ut.y f Ju.p,
J. ( . ALKXAXDICK.CIii.i. Co. i ei. ( .,!..
The alxjvn call did not retch us In turn? t-
upiiedr In lant Mi-clt's Joum-al, henco tho
changes In call iu rciiiiet'-,t, Kdito.t.
NOTICE FOU MEALED UllW.
To Whom It JIay Concern:
Notice h hereby givin by o-dr of the
Board of county CDiiiniissionern that
sealed bids, for lim Cemetiting of the
outH;de of the foundation wull under lliu
courthouse will lie received bv the un
drniKnd until 12 o'clock noon of August
Parties bidding must figure on furnish
ing coarse sand find engliah Portland
cetnunt alw) that tho muterul and labor
must be to the satisfaction of the county
commisiouers and the hoard reserves
the riht to reject any and all bida.
M. J. DuvETf, County clerk.
D net lonoir be itin4 m i
Read th trath. II will sat no isa.
THINK OR STARVE
THAT It THE ALTERATIVE.
TO-DAY UiU mosMBt yoa ars bn- rohb4 at
Wkt 7 o sarn. How nock I Mot lass thaa U a
rw. tNiwkawawwl ! yw kasw bj I 'n4
Fonaezly NEv7 OCCASXXfS.
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