The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, July 06, 1899, Image 1

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"VOL. 2CE.
EE-IISOZSr, 3STE1BE,A.S5CA., THURSDAY, CTCJLIT 6,1899.
Onr Mtto---'NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNT'l, IT IS SETTLED RIGHT." Bo"- William J. Bryan.
IsTO. 50.
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County
The Sioux County Journal.
fgTAWJ?IIED 18SS.
Subscription Price, $1.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF 8IOUX COUNTY.
Geo. D. Caiioo, - . Alitor.
Kntered at tlie Harrison jot ortlce as
eecoud class matter.
Pome -mention is tnude of Arthur P, Gorman of Maryland as the most available
candidate of the democrat party in 1900.' About the only ones to Hii;jgesf, Mr,
Gorman for thu Democratic candidate are such republican leaders as Mark Hanua,
Ouunry Depew, ex-vnator Carter of Montana, Perry Belmont , and I'ierpoint Mor
gan, and Awos Ctimniinfjs who is the only regular democrat. It will quite readily
be get-n that the thought, is Father to the wwli of lite uWistnt. The vary fact of
tlM J-.Htions coining fr.im the samite they da are suMldet t reasons why Mr.
Gorman will not be Rerioulv considered by the national IX mocratic convention
next year.
Two democratic f-tale convention, so far thin year have b-cn held, nnci in Per.
neylvania and the other in Kentucky. Doth conventions declared almost onam-mou-dy
for Hon. W. J. Bryan for presidental candidate in lliOO find the free and
unlimited coinajjeof both gold and silver at the legal ratio of 18 to 1. Thus., it's
plain to ant bode who' keep posted, rela'.ive to the politics of the ilemocrutiu party
lhat their next N ttional convention will make the financial iwu of ISM the pr'.r.
-cipal i"ie of 19C0.
Of c nirse, strop. iK.'A,urp v. ill lie incorporated into the platform against
truBts, militaryimu forei,'ij ex ansion and against High Protection, the old she
trust.
""Not wifhiitandin r all the republican leaders are teiliutr, the people that Bryan
and free silver is dead, it it more alive today than it was in lt-U i and dtmt you for
get it.
Co m ui i .-as i o n e r.s Pr o c (( I i n s .
Harrison, Sen., June I9,
Board of eoiinty Commissioners met la
regular session.
Present eommtr.sloiier Heng, Procunier
and Rohwer and Clerk.
On motion tlie county Treasurer is hereby
ordered and Instructed to transfer the fol
lowing sums from the Bridge of 13n9 io
Bridge fund of 18K7 JUS
From road fund IhW to Road fund JOT $ S7
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Bridge ' IM "General" 10
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147
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1.94
3.20
1.60
4 40
fl.76
1.78
2.01
1.W
U.17
2l,i)3
SjO.IiO
3I..-0
45.-r.
40.00
to..
65.,'0
.)
wu runts to the amount of 85 per cent
said Minn or warrants tor I7,4ue,49 Therefore
be : renolved that the I'oDowinK lteni in
cl l ied in the entimate of expense for the
y: t M99 viz: District court exmne, aal
rie tatlunary, Printing and ruMUhin,
In .'.entitl expenses, Iustltute, Jiane and
pi, j- fund and ofHeem faeu he reduced to
eoir:e within the limits of 9 mills on the dol.
lm f the total aMeed valuation of felout
ecaaty for tin year W39.
Da mot!ou the Board took a receBU till
Jcly 17th le99.
M. J. BI.EWKTI Clerk.
j Treaurer,i Statement.
tr itement of money reeetvd and dintiu ru
ed i y the 'Irnasurer of Hioux county, Ne
Uw ki, from the 4th d:iyuf January, IM,
to le 1st day of July, IH'.'J.
SI ATI: Kl.SDS.
Balt-.nce $ ,W'3 9'.i
iV.exfioiis . l,uio'jQ
iiKl M..ite i renjiurer... ji.w-'pi
4
BON TON RESTAURANT.
P. B. EIGELOW, Prop.,
Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Fruits, Dates,
iFigs, Cakes, Pies, Bread, Stationary
?etc.
CouiuilirfJSiona..
- ilolHllfU-.
13.11
Sill S7
.. .. ,. i,lS7 .. .. "
" i)jj " ' ' 1;.j)
Un motion Boaid udjourned to meet !m
mediiitelv nfter ndjourulng as a board of
epiiizatjon.
ii. J. Bl.KWF.rT. clerk.
' COt'N'TY CKNKH4I. H'Mli
nee 7'l HI
iretioitN . Z,t4 "4
It, I jCrf'ii'-e
'Va'.IttUtu Redueuieil
JuitlilJlaiOil
-Ifl-jS
li . I
4,4jS 19
3. A
,Mt 0.
5fA Good Lunch Counter in Connection and Every Thin?
Sold at Living Prices.
POST OFFICE BUILDING, Harrison, "b.
How our Citizens Spent the Fourth,
i'l-oiwiiing-i if titn Board of L'tjitaK
zatimi. (ConUnued Iioia lnt week.)
liarrl on Nrbr. June Ut lufO.
Itoerd or eipializition met pursuant to
ailjonrntnenl.
1'iesiiit eommlmloaer eng j rot'uniei.
Hol.wer ami clerk.
hoard foune tlm nveracre usswwoai i;r
head lit cattle In Hi - cotl.ity to lie ' x"''
Hie iiveraKB . nea' rier nnao la ti'.e tc
tons preuiuels to he as fo Iowa.
Iiui ii --4.l AiM!0- i
A eel re w 4. oLioawooa u..t
Hut creek 0 Moui n.se "
HuntuK Witter lO.i.'O Snake creek KM
sng:r Utat 6.M VJii.tle ereeic IW
nn,t)Oanet 4 m h uiw iuibi .
VUIhj of lkruoii 5.5y.
Hu found that in order to equalize the
awcMiimnt on eatllo in the coanty the foll
owing change in the various preciDet nsro
ne'-ery aurt u ordered
Andre raised ..
,',".mol 8,5s8 01
sui.rur.n.s itiii.iKF f i :,'iJ.
Bjt'aiiee ,- isoks
I e.et.o.lH - C
'i f KIlUliiOU;, 4 M
; lialauoe M S6
J.W.SMITH,
Manufacturer and dealer
In Harness, Saddles, Bridles Sc.
Send in your
pairing, and
and Shoe re-
first class job is
CorNfY KO.VI) FC
ll'.i.lnaee
to lection.
iornratiwlous..
M 10
.ilia,
47 49
'talaaee-
Antelope
Uowen
Cottoawood
Hat t.reck
.Montroio
Runninu Water
Snake ereck
j fnar loaf
WhUtleKeek
Wfci'vows-et
pur
i . "
" '47
.9
.15
' .21
reduced M per
Mi per
raised .'ii per
" .15 per
.,. ,48 M!jr .
.7 per
cent
Tuesday wuh without doubt nil ideal day, being pleasant, and above all cool
a day Reeiti.ngly Hiiulo to ordee and one that was enjoyed by every body who
took advantage of the day for an outing and an abound (jeoil time and few there
were in tin metropili of Sioux county who did not lay aside every care and busi
ness activity and bin themselves away to different places in tlie county where the
day was p:Ur:o!'.-aHy celebrated fionurc;g tlie day wtisch commoiatei the hirtSway
of tlie first rtipuUic on eartli and moie tian thai tb'j iuot librl tiie inobt f atfiot
ic and wi m tho molt powerful.
A niaj-.ritr of tii citisen: of vur U-wa went to f-'.prinr; cretk about six miles
from town a beautiful f.Suco baUd on hr. I'lunnej's ranch, where we understand
all enjoyed tbeioK.lves in opto date style returning h6m curly in the evening
- Q iiwa a nnhiber, lift did not go to Spring creek went out to Nolan's ranch,
.p?rhapl.i triiles north of Harrison where hundreds of people went and gathered
mil mmt the dar fn mrio'i w-vs enjoy ii Mmiwi. -.., :. '-. -.-"-
' i-, a l T'1i. :.. il..!itfoi,il tl.. f.r.ali.11 nflpr which fni!lip fl nil White Kivcr
rro.. s.k, ... ,v. . - - Vlllttlf0 ()f ,r,,rrUon rat.ed a; per cent
croiifW ot lamuies r ;i'.reu to no ou suiuv un,-u.a ,,,.,.. i.,,,ni adlourued till 8 a. m.
ired for the occasion. Dinner being over, the platform which had been prepar- June mi mK
ed for those who enjoved the light fanlKlie was soon lilkd by couples and danc-
Jnif commenced in nrne4 tiiuiic being furnish' d by 3U-sis Petty and Woodruff,
Mr. Frl Ou A o!ayin tie acnomp tnim on Uh origin.
It must be said, with credit to Mr. and Mr. Nolan, that everything wai dore
!.;, r,rf i mtiLr.. tl.rtle rrirei and neiL'hbori en iov themselves wh.ch they did
to the '(jueeiis taste.
47 40
COOT IlhtUGK ftrsi).
ioo.ia
8j a
7 m
47 40
cent
Mil I
IS .nee . 5 ;:3
Cc ectionK - 849 00
1 ii .'.nee I'S SO
. Warrant rcdoeiuel
'-Train, (erred
.oinniWion
i !W2il
4, SPECIAL DKBT FUMft. ''
lJjnen 340 08
i '.elin.s
-VfftrrsntB Kedeeiued
I'oaiuiiM-iiony
- balance 62 M
400 70
UliAD DISTIUCT FUNDS.
it Si
8)025
Ml 2'2
018 29
im 81
8 8B
guaranteed.
- FINE WORK A SPECIALTY
STRICTLY CASH: NO EXCEPTIONS.
OUR CLUBBING LIST-
The Sioux County Jouknal and Journal of Aoeiculturk 1 Year, - $1.7
" ' " " ' " Twice-A-week World-Herald " - 1.70
" " , . " " Thrice-A-Week-World, (N. Y.) " - 1.70
" " " SilvesKnioht Watchmn(D. C.) " - 1.75
" " " " " Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, " - 1-51
h -i lS i!
(' cU Kii i road)
iMlQ: jf (POll)
T
Sti! 06
49 97
St2 07
vpi -TtTt '
j Kccrvotr Rcgulat'on.
Toe dUpatchea from Wasbingtnn to
ttio dailiee Tburnday oontainod a brief
outline Of the reyulaliorw pi omuljjated
by tbe interior department rcepeolingr
tbe roseryoir filing. ad thene reeu
lationis will be of vast Imporlanuo to
the people of thin section we publbb
the dispatch in full below:
Commissioner Horman today issued
reRulations under the law known an
the cattle reiwrvolr site act, providins'
or bnterint' land for the establishment
of reservoirs for wawrlns cattle Many
inquiries have been received and en
trieu tendered in the local land offices
id Nebraska for such si'ee, but they
have been held up pending tho prepa
ration of the rerulaMon. They pro
tide that for 2.riO.W) tallonu a forty
acre tract will bo give tho applicant.
Eighty acres will be allowed for a roa
crvoir from one-half to one million gal
lon eanacitv: 120 aertu for from one
million to one and yne-half million gal
lon capacity, and for anytbint; larger
J(S0 acres wtil bo patented: The reser
voirs are to be free to all owner of
rattlaand fencinir absolutely prohibit
ed. Power U alno five!i to the officer
to reject anv auilication that i not
made in good faith and forntook-wator-Jng
Durxe alone, Any uo ol a res
ervoir for any other purpose alno sub-
jecU tba entry xo cuneouai-iuu.
It will oo readily eon that there Is
jiot goinj to be such a "anao" in sceur-
Inir land under this la aa some eeemed
.to think, and It h more than likely
that the filing rcade by many of tho
He outfits will bo rejected, eiclally
of those who have nobbled up whole
invmhln in different parU of the
utate. We bcllofe, however, that all
the fillnjfs which have gone m from
this county haye been made in good
faith, as no attempt has boon mado to
Uet a corner' on tin) land. North -tern
Press.
(.'on tent Xoticf. .
I SITKH STATUS LAND O STICK,
AI.I.UKCB, NRn., June 7, la'JO.
M. J- Bi.eWett clerk.
Itnrrnon Nebr Jane Karl lifflJ.
I!on.rd of eauallzatiott met pursuant to a
Journment.
i'rrteu t CommliMloner Merig, jtoluioui ,
liohwer and dark.
Board found the average assessment per
acre of improved lamln in the county io be
HO oeiiU and the average assessiaeati ol
t.ha iium in the various precincts to be as
fOllOWHi
Andrew W cent a
Bowwn '& "
ItattYcek Hi "
Kuninff water'i "
Sugar Loaf SI "
Warhonnet 75 "
Antelope 7.1 cents
Cottonwood !!5 '
Montrose 74 "
8aaku creek tsS "
WhUtluCT:k"5 "
White river 78 "
Village of UnrriHon J1.O0.
It was found that la order to cpUl.e tho
asm'iNinent on uutinproved land lu thecoun
A snCietent content nfttdavit navln? been
fil.id m tiun olilee by Jav I . Neweollih, con
te.iinit. uil.tinxt lioiuelead entry So.
nmde Juiv 10. Iiii. tor K'i S-W, and '.
M Li Section liiTovtnuhin.O. N. IIhuku hi West
OV t.rl!ia l.uni'o i iinnw'ft uj wuioi iu.
nilevnd that: ttin eialinniit.fc.ei aleindone t
. ,
lite ame lor iare umn mm uimntH turn.
ti isf and removed her rextdi-nce tliiirel'ioin
aad aid tract. 1 not euitivat'-d nor luiprov
en. iu ini"M- ".,. i ..... k i ,(, ...rloiia ore
riear, reaeoii'l and offer evidence loueiimir I vy tnti im)"iii
aid HlleKBtioii nt 10 o'elnek n. in., on July Cmct were necessary anil go ordered.
S4. !KW.t. M-Iire T.J. o Keele, I . h. ( ouiini
moniTat nis onien in (-ranroru, ffnnw
and Unit hnai lieannK U1 lie held at I"
o'clock a. in., ou July in, M'i, lifoi the
K'KlsK'rand Keeein r, t the, 1 niled Stalen
J.ttuil Ufhce la AiiiKiie, enraKa.
The said contestant hnvinir. In a proper
allliavlt, tiled Jnenii, jk-jii, h. -I, forth fact
which hiw til it ut ter due diliifenee, peri
anal service of the notice can not he iunde.
It in lierebv orden-d and ii H eeled thst ueli
notice le given by due mid projwrr puliliea-
tion. Jr. M. HOMUIfOToit,
reduced
raised
10
.S
6
.1(1
.ti
.0
par cent
KcfflMter.
WIHD MILLS.
The undersiigned 3k ajjr-
ent for tiie celebrated
DaVII PiKADLKV, WlND MOTOIl,
Improved Wind Milltf,
tlie best made. 1 am
also nrepared to furn
is.h on short notice firnt
class
Pumps, Pipes, Wood & Steel Towers,
Tanks or anything in the lin"
of pump repairs, AT LOWEST
PH1CES.
Write' nie for estimates be
fore contracting elnewhere.
You will nave money by it.
AdhuEnS-JOIIN 8. A811TOX,
Aril more, 8. Dnk.
Andrews
Antnlop
liowan "
Cottonwood reduced
Montrose rawed
H ii n 1 11 1; water "
Snakj ereelt reduced .Id
ftunar Loaf " -5 " "
Whistle C'reekrniBed .8
Warbonnet " '6 " "
Wbltertver ' .5 ' " "
VlllaKcof Harrison reduced S!0 per cent
The RVerae asseiimicnt perai're on impro
ved land In llat creek precinct beln? so near
the county average there wan no change or
dered In said precinct.
Ou motion board adjourned till a. m
Junein 1M.
M. J. Mlewctt clerk
fhi.nviu and Road over-
i.'erH Iteeeiptu
'oinmtsilons .
r.71 to
SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS.
V, Ut ice 2,950 40
Collections 1,912 :
t:'j.v Seboct Blind Fund f 17
Uo Apportionment - S77 01
'twiers I'atcU
C.'ommiaslons
Jialance .
m 70
16 51
4 011
SO IS
353 '10
674 )0
4,0W SO
10 12
1,4.1188
SCHOOL HO ND
R 'Nnee.
ttolleetlons
To .School Funds -.
Couponq Redeenird...
Coniinlssions
Bal.ice.
8,504 81
FXSDS,
... flsflfil
L'VB iti
0Wi SI
ro 17
6;) 38
1,000 13
STOCK BRANDS.
Tun Journal will publish your brand, like
the following, for 2 :(I0, per year. Kach ad
ditional brand 75 cents. tvery lanner or
ranchmen in Sioux and adjoining counties
utioald advertise tueir brands ju Th Joub-
KAI.. it clreui.iUs:, tCX Over the state. It
may lie the means of savinn money for you.
CHARLES BIEHLE.
On left side or hip of cattle, )
On left ahoulder of horses. )
IhaiiKB on tho head ol Warbonnet
rterenk . ,
Address Harrison, Sionx Co. Neb.
ESTIMATE of EXPENSES.
At a meeting of the Hoard of County Com
missioners of Sioux eountr, Nebraska, held
on the 11 day of January, 1899, the following
estimate of expanses for the year 1800 was
made :
District Court Expenses 3,000 00
Roads and Bridges 3,000 00
Salaries 1,00000
Incidental : .. 2,-500 00
Stationary ,300 00
Printing and Publishing ..
Officers Fees .
Institute .
.y ,600 00
-. ,700 00
.. ,100 00
,siy) 00
iff.3M 1,913 Oft
B'lWKN PUKCINCT COURT ItuCsF, BOND
' Fums.
Halanee - 1,593 80
t.:0lnctlois 36OC0
Coinietssions.... t...
lialaaee. .
25 10
4,0i'i3
Soldiers Kelief
.Special Road District ,500 00
Total-
It. J. Ill.EWKTT, C01
1 2,000 00
nty Clerk.
CHARLES UMPHEHOUR
The brand reprsented in this settee
and branded any where oa laf t sisl
of horses and
Also the L L brand any wbere
left side of cattle belonfs 1.9 tm
iindersiued. .,1
Crf ai. Ur sr ov i. '
Harriaoa, Jiobrskt,
CIIARLfiS NEWMAN.
Tbe brand represented is this nottM
and branded any where oa left slds
of cattle, and over lap eat from tbe
right ear.
Also the same brand on left tbib of
horses, belongs to the undersigned.
Range near East Springs, south part lo
Sioux county. Chaslis Newmah,
, Farriaoa, Mebraskn. ;
I'O. .
S. W. CAREY.
of cattle
arlliorses.
JSlKaiifreon Little Cottenwood.
Crawford Nebr.
lf SOTOn left shoulder
and
I'. O.
FRANK NIITTO.
On left sido of cattle and on left
shoulder ol horses.
Range on Antelope creek
, Ghilchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
AOITH WASTED FOR THE L1FK AND
AehlsvemenU or Admiral Ilewey," the
worlil's naval hero. Mnrst flalsUaul, the
Jlfe-long friend nd art id I rer of the nation's,
Idol. BlRKsat d bt boo k ; over fiOO pages
ilOlncbes; nearly 100 pages halftone illust
rations. Only HJW. Knormous demand.
Bis; Commissions. Outfit free. Chance el a
llf.tlme. Wrltequlek. The Dominion (Mm
paey, Ird fJoor C ax ton III kg., Chiongo. .
, JA- W,...j HUM ITlfttl-' K4
Ilarriton Neb. June 23 HiW.
Board of cqulization met pursuant to ad-
joiirninent.
Present commissioner Aleng, rroennter,
Hohwer and clerk.
The Hoard fouml the total valuation of as
sessable properly In the different precincts
to tie toliovrs:
Andrews., 17,1 17.00
Antelope 13.M4.O0
Bowen M.SHS.W
Cottonwood 2?,2i9.00
Hat Creek U.W.'.'O
Mon troso SS.S07 .00
Running water.. Oo.UO.00
Snake creek -.25,112.00
Sugar loaf 23,:.00
j. ,SI54 65 4,011 OS j
. FUNDS OF VILLAGE flF ItARRIftON, j
Helftnce 03 Wi
Collections JiSM .
'; Paid Vil'oge Treasurer.- 82 00
Commissions. .... 27
Commissions . 10 87
j Balance 165
' 2-19 68 249 OH
1 fil'KCI Al. ItOAD DISTRICT FUNDS.
$;laoce 143 31
Collections. Si 3 id
', Warrants Redeemed. 243 75
( Italaiico .i tw 55
f Couiiiiissldns '14 92
307 24 307 22
ADVERTKING FUND.
I!alance.i.. . 1 .'((1
. Coiniulsslocs 1 1'7
' Balance.. 24 Hi
Collections '. - 2H 20
2S20 2S20
SCHOOL LAND LEASE FUNDH.
jlnlance , 130 7'J
Collections . 638 40
Paid State Treasurer 62910
Coinmlsslons ............ 9 38
Balance .......ji. ..... 4:t0 35
ej
1
BO YEARS'
XPERIKNCE
I Whistle creek
WarliouDet
-4'.i,s79.O0
' ATuMlilSSS
27,107.00
White River 20.SSI.OO
Vlllsgc of IIarrlsa... 22,240.00
On motion board adjourned till a. m.
June 24th 1BW,
M.J. DbBWarr, Clerk
1,(W9 19 l,0fi 19
STATE SCIKKID FUND.
Balance 6 00
state Apportionment-.- 577 91
Apportionment to Dist
rict . ...
Balance........ .....
077 91
000
Traoc Mark
Dcsiai
COCVRIAMT AC
1 nmim mt a stetsfc and AptnrivUm mnf
qmOIr artaln jor opinion free wtmliw an
famn.tnn areb.her totn,l(!. fv,mii;"nl.-e-IKiMatilaltfoneilmsfid.
Ilandboekon l'its
Mn( fl 1)1,1 tfr fui n uiiea piuieilifc.
fuwiis te'i Ihroarn Munn & Ce. rscwT
tprtitti wlm, wiihoat olii ui tus
Scleiilific Emericaa.
A hanearlr imiHraled wlilr. If'tS
rwlailim of ar seientilKi w.nrnal. win s
.... . f... in. II. Mol.t 1.1 ll nswstiralci
Uram dflee. Mr. Wssbltwtua. P t-
Harrlson Nebr, Juno 24th HOT
Board of equlir.atlon met pursuant to ad
journment-
I'roaatit Commissioner Wenf, Procunier,
and Konwar ami 1 tern.
lbs following preamble and resolutions!
were ou motlou ai'optod.
W aereas: the ao'sed valuation of Sloan
oniity, Ni l.r.,f r tho vmr 1W0 Is but tVC,
4io, 4(t n eorrecio d by the board of email,
ration subject however to correction by
the clerk in so fur as clerical errors: may sp.
p ar and, whereas 11 mills levy on snld stun
will make 4,71,44 and the Hoard of County
I Commissioners are only allowed to UiUe
5S2 91 582 91
REDEMPTION OF TAX SALES.
Ralnnce . ! 09 .10
Collections.... . 171 05
Certificate Cantviled .. 240 35
' 210 30 240 30
l '-.Mil on Hand.. .. 17,415 t
Warrants . lill 91
Total Cash and Warrants tK,917 00
Wiri-ants Registered.. . l,0f.&33
11 glitcrcd Warrants, out-
siandlng 8,077 10
CMSSIKS BlRllb'!,
County 'freasnrcr,
0: ;i
bl'
The Commercial Bank.
1
4
INCOlirORATED 1888.
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
(? CAPITAL STOCK PATD IN
6 SURPLUS AND PROFITS'
SIO.OOO.OO5. C) .
8,000.00 0-
-o-
DIRECTORS.
B. E. Brt-wsteb, President. C. F. Coffee, Vice President.
Chas. C. Jameson. A. McGinlet,
D. II. Griswold, Cashier.
l CORRESPONDENTS:
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, New York.
OMAI1A NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Neb.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.-
Notice for Publication.
Land Offlee at Almanci, Nib., Juse 14, 1R9.
Notion Is hereby given that the following
named settler lias fliod notice of bis Inten
tion to make final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court, at Harrison,
Nebraska, on Jnly 22, 1899, vlsi Gottlelb
Knorl of Harrison, Nebraska, who made H.
K. No, 4442, for the KX 8-K4 fio. 20 and H4
8-WJ of Hec. 21, Twp. 32, N. Range 00 W.
He names tho following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon and sultlva.
lion of said land, vis:
Samuel Knorl, A. J, Rogart, Otto Ttetxe
and tteorge Cant, all of Harrison, Neb.
r. M, DoHRIXTTON, Register.
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