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Tbcmdat. April 26th, 1900.
9. Canoa, Editor and Prop.
I.L1H.TS.1 '11a UiH
otag WmI Cuius Kut.
O. i. mixed 11 : 1 SO. (. mixed 8 :00
F. I B. V, R. K. ii tin best
to and from the
BEAD WOOD AKD HOT 61'KiKGS,
F, E, & f.l. V- R R-
Will be run May 1st arc! 15th Jane 5th
ud 19th 1900, to points on the F. E. &
M. V. in Nebraska where the oa way
far from nearest Mo River, Point in
cluding Co. Bluffs is $3.00 or mrra to
point in Wyoming west of anc iuoluding
Orin Junction and to points in Buck
-Hill district at So Dak.
Tickets will be sold by connecting
'linn feeding to oar line t Sioux city,
' Onowa Mo. Valley and Omba and by
our agents at South Piatt, stations,
Blair, Omaha and on 8. C. & P. in lowv.
'oxcept that our agents will net tail' to
points in So. Dak.
Far will be one fare plus ?2,00 for
round trip. Write your folks ia the East
: and have them come and see eu, tniir.g
: advantage of these rates. Tickets lirui
'ted 21 days with 15 days umit on goin,?
rtion. F. avbt, Agt.
JerryWill, moved his family into
the sherill bouse just back of the court
oouse on last monday.
People living in the country adjacnt
to Harrison can get fresh meat at
W. E. SiSTn's.
-Our artist, Mr. Harmon, seems to
St doing a land office businers these days.
Burt Earnest and Jerry Will, U.va
runted Laney Sutton.s place out on 1 j
Mr. Claus iThristensen, of Montrose,
rrzs ia town a day cr two the first of
fjr Write Hayden Bros., Omaha
VMKieale Supply House for prices anp
SL J.Blewett, made a business trip
to Crawford on last Iriday evening, and
returned Monday noon.
Dr. Merideth of Crawford was called
to our town Monday, in consultation
with Dr. Phinney ia a case of confine
ment. BOBIT To Mr. and Mrs. Frank John
' non, of this place on last Monday night,
April 23rd, a son, all parties concerned
are getting along o. k.
Roy Maine is looking after the sec
tion this week, while W. B. Wright is
baring his Wind mill put in working
'trim Mr. Hester is putting it up.
KcImntE and Harmon, the phctngm
pbersare still taking pictures at the old
Ranch Sapply House in Harrison.
Mrs. I C. Wright, gave still birth, to
aa infant on last Monday, about noon.
Dr. Phinney, of this place and Dr. Meri
'4Kth, of Crawford were in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Ostrander, of Ardmore,
were in tows last Saturday On business.
They expect to lea re in about two weeks
for Ilbrtb Dakota, to be gone about
two or three months.
Be. Kendall and family ctvra? up
, from Marsland, on last Saturday, to
spend a few days among our people. The
Xsv. gentleman informed us that be has
, Redded to join the Oregon conference,
dfcl expects to leave for bis new field
about the first of Jane.
Commencing some time Monday
night it began raining and continued to
rain nnttll noon Tuesday. It was not a
bard down-ponr, but a nice steady rain.
ISnee Saaday evening, probably an inch
aad a half of water has fallen. Plenty
of early feed is now assured.
f Go over to Gerlach's to sharpen your
luifeand whittle. Lew has arranged,
- the benefit of bis customers, a box on
i hi end of a bem '.i containing nioe whit-
ti ing sticks and fastened on the corner
cf the store, in a convenient place a
Wwtstone which fills a long felt want
C rlace has an eye for business.
Sheriff aoi Mrs. Holly, returned
f";tn the' trip to Omaha Moodsy where
It wett to consult a specialist, rela
t; m to his physical health. Bat th doc
tor did -not five him asv, very great en
ennjagement, telling him that the high
a! ode and cli mate of western Nebnav
vas the proper place for peop!o afflicted
wst! th malady which he has suffered
it.fc for tba past two years.
T7e aoderstand that our article rela
tive to the postofik matter ia our laet
iiswo has tsMsed quits a sttr ia the tenth
end rf town. Wo with to say for the
aper iaJ benefit of one er two pertice who
have tried to ooeviaee everybody that
tKrr wm ao foaadaUea to the
t!t Trt gave facta, and we did gt onr
xievys." where hat in oar owa otToe
U.eir tesnewttotheooatrary. Fnrtb.
.tjort wo have) tbe fleets frosa obo of
Estraytvl from WMte lilver, four mile
west of Glen, one ty "I'lnto" Miu-n, txvM
tar!, white Wtit kud tiranded en lift
A'.'V one trtvln me iiifrin. ion of br
wheie-a-ljo.m ill be 1H rully re J.rtlel !
tZEA TCCKEB, tfien, Seb.
A Ilorrlblt? Out break.
"Of iai-ge ?or oa my little ranp-hters
head dereloopt-d in a cast of scald hvi"
ntis: D. Lsb.ll of iforn, Tnn.,
but Bicklei:'s Arnica Salv cmptely
cure! her It's a Kiiru-m cirr f i r
Eczema, tetter. Salt R!ieum, Piioijla.,
fyires. Ulchers aad PiitsR. Ouiy -jc ?.t
Ilarwan Hilbeii, went to C'tViron,
l:ut r.vht oi buiums.
iti-iKta; auJ IIabhox, will bo ir.
Hcrri.n tal:ng picto-T.-s all nxt week.
Vinril H. iter, ptitd-.- a boS.n'm trip
to Maavilie, Wyo., returuiLg tJ.e samp
The Indies Aid fiocifltT will meet at
t!ie Ciiurcl) Wtd. afUrrsoi.n JIy 2, at 1
o'clock to j'iiU the society juilt.
-V. JL SKiTii ban Lis row building
i iislifxl pnd has a fu:i bU-ck of fresQ aad
ealt ruea't; oc huri.
-T.e PiuKB-J'-.t-Ov'.u. St. Lui
Bnpu'ullc, tl-C.prr v.-.
ilrs. C. L.
right, tociav, is very i
mucn improvea, so Koy iniormea u :
i. i i !
Mr. and llrs. Hall, left for Stursris,
S. Iak toto week to make it their home,
as3-wwh !tn 'P'-ment tlre in lh
HsnetWiUs, left for DickJnp, K.
F?.V.. rwr 1jr1 'ninrfli.ir ori.rjri 1.
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lu ttom rf-xj ii, ciiiiiiu . i.iuil i. t.ii iu
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lrRfsrt R-ih'ver, Ivip os-pMit?r Er- j
tiette out yt his onnntiy s4.'.wr V-'iild-i
itig a veramSa on throe r-f Lis ho-i.' j
orjl makiiiif otlifr caujfc-jirv iintiro'.ty t '
has. Coffeo, carne tip frcm ClmiVii
Tuesday ar.d wont out a lii -Uy
ranoli, remaibinjng over nii't atid re
turned to town yeiiriiiy, a.d took tiie
traininthe evening for CI A.'roc,
DiamoE'U and hearts wi'J be played
by the Clover Leaf Club, at Andrew
Hall, iay 9th,
It is a dnunA fiu of tirV '
it IS a IWUIlft liiU Rl Uie
and interest. Admission 10 ccnu. Everv-
one must be sure and come. f."v.
Tiev. a U Smith returnel from j
Rnshvilie Friday, where he went for a
bur.ch of horses which he had w'ntrr!rjg
there. Be did not bring the horsui this
time, but will go for them soicttime in
Bubwrieht is still nursim? a verv
lame limb, caused y lis liavkig booo !
Wcked by a cow sruue time ao. No it (
wat not Mrs. O'Leary'? cow. it wan Mr.
Avery'goow; ;aid tJ:e did not lack the
lanp overeiUicr, Rbe juft kicked Bub.
-Etv- lu ICoivx-k amvw on lat I
TueaUv, mortiing to take FaUis. Kr.ia-1
pa's place. Seven tseeka vo the Itjvfj
rand gcntletnui arrivad in Oraal frcm
Auetrja. VU fa a licgui.vt ar.d it w.l not
Udce very long bf fore lie U aWa to tnpk
Erfhah. May his str-y amsng us bfl hap
py. Chadron Naws,
Lew Geriaoh, has dlspc.d of his
stock ranch, on Little Mcrtroe canyon,
and at this writing Lw is without a
country retddenras. But ha is engaged
en a buffir.esf that seems to be better ad
apted to bis tast, and may ba just a
prod table according to the amount of
The north-western railroad trains
are too slow for C. F. Coffee. Or iat
Tuesday while at Crwfori, ChwleT got
left by the west bound train, bnt nothing
daunted by the occurrexefl, he secured a
livery rig and overhaul! tiie train a few
miles out of Crawford. Jow Charley
thicks be should have relate or his fare,
We bod the pleasure of Inspecting a
map of Palestine, Monday mornir.g, fi3
to have been drawn by Kiss Maud Bcr
telL To say it was a vary creditable
piece of drawing, it putting it mildly.
It would be excellent work for a school
girl of more mature years. Good for
Maud she has talent
-Lsst Thursday, John Marsteller, ar.d
fW. C. CConnor, living south-we.t of
town four mile closed a deal vrherehy
the former becomes the owner of Mr.
O'Conner's 320 acre ranch, the considera
tion, we leam was 11.000, Mr. O'Con
nor will remain on the place until Sep
tember, he has not decided yet wberj he
Last Tuesday, AtU-rnoy J. E. ForW
cane up from Crawford, ar.d swore out a
warrant for the arreet of Fred Macom 'ti
er and Vsji Jackmn, of Glen, for dwv
troying the beadjnste of an trrigating
ditch near Gln, w! J';h is a criraim! rjMt
so tiiuf is liable to ho a criminal ese on
the duekot for the r.cxt W.rm cf disti ict
As the politioal fight hingie the arm
in; yesr between the north aod the
oc th end of town I wish to slate to the
public that I keep store in the center ot
the torn and have no fight with anv
bony. Nor do I want a postomce or aay
Othr common old tldnj, hut I do want
everybody no matter whet their politico
are to eome to my store for cheaper
goods that you evr 'joofbt before and
don) you forget it
witb-wM Oor. Breed way aoi Capi
tal Av. Yours Truly j
I liave a fv pigs for wale.
W. H. PniLLirs.
T!wt. Tbroliblnjr lieadncho.
V.'o-.W .kiy leave you, if you ued
Dr. King's Now life pills. Thousands of
miflWers have proved their matchless
merit for Kick and Nervous Headaches,
Tt:ev make pun- blood and build up your
I.eiHh. (5iiiy cent. Money biu-k if
n; cured. Sold by J. F, Phinney Urug
Iligliest prices paid for
hides at EirOKST Hohwkr,s.
Rjv. Keni;ill, pnk to a cro,ltvi
hou-e on lust si.hbatii ev-'nir.g.
1 not sm d. to Otawford for your
f-erh nn .i, I can stij tiy yir rants ulj
Hnf.' YC. It J.:trnt.
--:reillhe a dmoe At Harrison
.iii'.y . 'r irfKMi music wm ne (jn.isii
e. C e and l.nvo a good litre.
W.CTEZ) A rvi! srirl to d j frneral
hou?e woik on My lf.it creek ran-h this
s'irirner. V.T."ee"s fO.O p-r month to a
good girL Adirew C. F. CufTta, Chad-
?. A. P '.':. i. "'io live-: n'C.r Five
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tea or P.ftr rod' o ewh ethr, ana ail
Mwti'-ii 411-1 u ttv wve.T.i urnvi-n, un; m j
Ul.e cvek en his place. Mika mvs,
shot;!'! anvbr-.Iy he in nl of bn'd- i
gn ther (i!if.H nlak. sn,Uu.tiPl, to !
for a wnilf . Wvera B ho a,, y);ports J
at the biipin-jfts.
,1. E Portfr and ed;tor Ketr'ifvm, of !
a Cmwf.jrd Trib:ns, were in our mulst i
liu.!. TLitfuLiv. f..r tlie mirtiom; in
styjia ot 'tArtif'.g a rr pufi.icRn p;er, aivJ ,
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nt sAtiCl is weeK, in tao mt;ref;t -
. O. fjv i ii'' K-i.-i 'f coT.p Thom-fc-
vth nt-of (iistriui.aAd
j Ui w.vutal cai.i'i.ili.t r r Ue fioet c.lh-jn
i in t! t-ivri, i.i cui of pr"JiJsnt Siolxin-'
ley's i Uf'i n.
On of Sir. aad l'r?. Newlin' child
ren ru.it v tth .' moist f uiJf.l bs vpU m
a quite se-iot & urciden!, Uj. Kewliad io-
forr.itJ us i! -it ia none iinniown wav i
even to tl.s child I roe if whiie playing
iost 0'-t"'?e tirt vriwlow f-f lhfir ho'ise ;
the thrust the h:
wrist caus.'r.j a
A 41.-.. .t . ; . 1. .
iro iUl) 'CK'"-
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ii'f! 1 .-I.' "j-1 : ti'l fd at.
thcir liti'o ;.rl to lirrison
.vli-e Dr. P'.ini.py fitted it iicesHiiry to
tfke two riit in th wrirt. ard nooa
u li.-j cl.iid eo-U sUJi.l tS trip thfy re
turned to their home the little ore win
Biesor, 1. 1L Ivereoa, and
am 7 xl (cnj a weet ago
from Od?'.oIt, Li. on a t.r of isspection
of ti.'ii 'Xi'ir '.ry. with a view cf iyatirig
sd'oald V.;n coor.tty prove satisfactory to
Um, l:fi for t!tir lova Lome last tight
th. fo:-n;t-r, ILr. h'.tthr, ctosea the deal
for Jlet-Itant Gi laeb's stock ranch Cve
miles narth of Wwn. The latter gentie
mn filed on i fice qcarUr of land west
rf t-.wn tin- -'j cr f 'u -' vnhi Hjoiniag
in i verso:.
r-t'irJ ta :iy:vx Cr-UKtv in Angutt or
S-aplsLi'i. r, t, !of-k ufter and fix up his
raiidi which is one of lbs best in the
county, ccurfilering the him of it. Sir.
Jarsby will return within thirty or sixty
day to become a p;rminent resident,
llr. Iverson, of ccurw! will no doubt,
come real ofUtn to se his son and other
&cquaititaiices which he has in Sioux
From Bcggie Land.
Jake Forsler, the fcogie coon hunter,
will move his cat tie to long branch, the
Bnt of May.
Wewe v. f'.vl to hear that John
Burrot-s '.at d" :Med to remain among us
and tiitke t!:e valley his future home.
Johh Mack u putting fh a largo crop
this imring. John is a good farmer and
guts a crop when theri get nothing.
The dance given at Mr. DeBock' on hvst
Tuondey night was a grand succors. All
present report a big tima.
County surveyor Ruffng. went oyer
to Wyoming tl is wetk on busmens.
iact. week Miks Brown and Will Slyer
had tl.3 good fortune to fiad a den of
grar wolves, containing twolva whelps.
Of course they put thy pup to sleep at
one, and killed the two old ones next
Mrs, Bannsn, met with a kchous ioss
last week In as much as she !ot hr fav
Say Mr. Zakie), we killed a jnck riib'
lit laat witsk, (jiat weiii.vj 11 lbs, dres
sed bow ia tliat for a Sioux CVunty
irfm. fihlbert is in the poultry biisiress
slie tias already 73 little chicks oikI kmks
for a great many others in a few days.
The Boggi man w'udmi, tlie JitVhXtL
or any other prf y who may hear of a
charming yourg widow desiring to w.rf,
to kindly refer her to him, and oblige.
svanted-fji idea SS?S
At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Jli s. Jas. Swim, occured on Sun
day after&oou, Manh 18, the marriage
of their daughter, Tva, to Wm. Tatman
Rev. Ross of the 1L E. Church officiat
ing. The vedliu wasa quiet oue, no
yuests being present. F' a has disproved
the proverbial saying of l.er six, that no
woman can ke-p a secret, as the ap
proaching nupitals were unknown until
the event had taken place. Eva is one
of Preseott's choicest young ladies and
having grown up in this place ths will
be truly missed, as her qualities of true
worth and womanliness have endeared
hor to rnjiny in PresooH. I'r. Tatman
Isan estimable j'ouny i.. ,i :t,d every
way woriiiy of tlie cci he has
chesv't. TTie best w'y .'k of thvi: many
friends will accomp'.r.',- th
new home near Carl, 're
wU, emTace in f armintr.
Viil is a Mn of Mr. Tutar , of Kirtley
Wyo., he lift here alout fom rtvxits ago
rs'.i.uhly to spend the winter in Iowa.
Over In Wyoming.
J. D. Williams is building himself a
fudenoe on Us c'.um just west of
H,m!ir.s. Being a skilled carpenter and
' plffor-r. he is q'i:t-i a acquisition to
Alv ft; lfmlif r.i 1-h .i'n ir' iilr,-.l
iiamliu will build himwlf a good
Special grapevine frur.i Charles An-
drew, w that he is kc-ruin hheop oo the
0. . Jen
eimicg, i' going to build a good
house on his claim so we hfar.
Pay Whipple was laid up a few days
A'n Christian has bought a line guitar
t i f .a iif iiih.!a luuninfi' f Mim nr
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lUiirsof the ISirktian mansion, or else in
i ihf oflice of their hsrn.
e J'ie Kelin met with a pain
ful, and wliat might have been a seri
out aocidebt. on last Sunday afternoon
! in er.rce maimer fe'in stuck her hand
j thn.i.irii a window light and cut her arm
j and wrist receiving a cut about two in-
c I s i(in; ar.d cJirsr to tho bone; the ar-
j tery tndoD6 raid jo:tits were plainly vis-
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l.r.r i.Tii wtiura E Ir. I,liinn(v
uiri ;i Uil'J ti'iiiuu. w iinifa 1 -vi.iici
to cioe u wound, iney ivarw at ine
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(ay wuiii oui, Lome. jewie skhxi ine op
deal cravely aad is got tin.
The fol'ovirg teachers have been el
ded to teach in No. 7. Miss Noble of
Uai tensity p'aco will t"ih Lie We-t
bciiocl snd Mrs. Hunt cf Esira Ia., will
teach the B.ut School. Kow if the pat
rons will keep liinds and tongues olf and
st,uid by the teachers ai.d not censure
them in the presence of the pupils but
uphold them in all they do we will have
good schools, as both teachers are stran
gers but come highly recommended.
Say mitter Po-co-lo-co that frog story
is too mm h. We lived in Sioux county
several ;.in unci ner saw not;t
waVir to ?uat a lutf i hniu tnui ii In?:,
enough to swim a frog that weighed 12-0
pounds. Say, wasni the fro in your
throat. I' ever we met near a soda
fountain, we will ask you. in the vernac
ular of Dawson city. "Wash your neck
which literally meana, have a tlrinU.
lOoo (rMA.YO lOoo
To Be Held st the lUxlrc Ctmrch Ru.ard.-.y,
May 12, JJO0, at 9 o.cloct. A. Jl.
M. C.POlD, Tloe President
MISS HATTIE 0 C0S0R, Secretary.
OrieTilnfl; Ad't'ees J. B. Knrke, Uo. Bapt
PrOiM.l lnfluenc of tiie teusbcr
ri. C. J nioo
General D'souteion Unttls O'Connor
Whea is corixir.-il punlnhment r-aliy neoes-
sary , w . II. Smoke
(.eneral "'""""u' W. J. C'Connell
Techlu(c hi s prolioti ?n.ni.- I-ludcrnau
GoaortU DlkcuKuloa LUUe Ziuiun;rnian
i Adj.urbrl for Uiauer
After Noon Bo.wion.
The ncv1 of thoror.gaett,.
Mrs. r.Un V. Hales
Generrl IHscusnon.Ma,;le ijunwr
Moral tralnlnr; in the school Mnrla Murli-r
General 'Mscusston Mallei towrry
Iaflarai-e of tbe socisbUlty of tin tujck jr
with patrons of the school Anns JieadUuii
Ofoeral Ilcoton ..Kllubeth (ottrana
The value of s knowledge of current events,
Mrs, r. W. Knot t
General Lrtucattslon Mrs. Iltttle Wlpjln
forty minutes will be allowed for tue dle
cusston bf each rabjeet,
MlacuUaaeuus busluexs and election of offi
M. 0. POirjm, Vice I resident.
Imu O'Coa-so, Geeretary.
I ROHWER'S HARNESS SHOP,
All kinds of Harriets Good. Also, Flour and all kinda of
Grain and Feed for nale. ttepides the above I Lave Build
ing material, micli as Lumber, Lime, Hair, Cement &c. &c.
r?T Call and get PlilCKS before buying elsewhere.
EGGERT ROHWER, Prop.
0C vO5 frC05Ot-0000
? TTT1? T3TnTl?l?T?
1111 J lUlMlll.
Paints. Oils, VarnislieS,
joC e040te00C40n -
Breezes from the Valley.
The old saying, "Ilain on foster Sun
day Rain for seven Bundays'' will l
watched with interest this year,
The Rain on Sundiiy was so ireotlo the
ground is sure soaked now. Too wet to
plow Tuesday , but the farmers seem to
feel ijuitii encouraged.
Mr. C. F. Coffee tame up from Clrid
ron Tui sihiy hr.d came down to Ins ranch
witii tlie mail carrier.
Miss Ma cr trie Hunter ch'-i'd her term of
school at Mrs. Jordan's lust Friday.
Miss Ijllie Zimmermnn timylit school
on last Saturday for Mr. Pounds, while
he indulged in tho luxury? cf a tooth
ache. Too bail wh'n boys try to la use
ful to be told "a poor excuse is better
Rev. Pice will preach next Knnday
morning following riunday School. All
are cordially invited. Also services in
The r,.in a?a:rt lat Suday night pre
vented tiie Exiler service from beinp
held, so if the weathssr is favorable they
will be given next Katunlay evening.
All are cordially inviltd. Come every
body a;id encourage the young people to
S.rry to learn cf the accident that be
fell little Ji-K.ie Newlio of l'!e;isant
ltida Ibis week. Window ghiss, cuts
pretty deep KtiK'timeii. CLIO.
to KEllo'lKi7!res-(-;E, at
tractive, refined and uplifting is a task
which well liedls the energies of the
daughters of a house. Sweet, well, bred
aud beautiful, the daughters of our
american homes may so entertain nod
live in them, that foreigners will carry
away a recoliectiou of th'.-ir grace ar.d
An Englihmn of rink rrco dined
with lli'j ( utt V. ii.Uu-r. i,i I...-; letters
home, to more than one friend, he com
mented on the InvliuesH of t!ia poet's
liece, a young lady who not only presid
ed at tho table but waited upon her un
cle's visitors with an uir of cou'txey
which made her like a princess conferring
a favor. "Our girls are accustomed" in
New England to thusassist our guests,"
said the poet. Ladies Home Journal.
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and as a special inducement will
mail the paper twice a weok from now
until the end of this year for only CO
cents. Two papers each week with ail
the news of tlie world, through the great
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Slate Journal, Lincoln, Neb,
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Ith cetainly gratifying to the public
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l.ava ti e salifc.'inl'ori of knowi ij; it Li:h
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o!y cuiti by It. Call on J. J.L P.ii'r.TY
DrirjriHt, asd g-t a free trial bottly.
rv'guiftr size 5Co aad $1,00. Every bot
t.'e gt p.ivnteu.
PTT A T?f A OV
E. PHINNEY, Proprietor.
Thorn will be Mass at the Court
Housfi nn Saturday, April, 28, at
C- L. SMITH, 'Vr TT (Thv'r.
IIAUUtOV - XKI'.UASKA.
Pim'lfl.r Sdiodl H) u'clml a. m. r.jiivorth
I.fiicne fii.'iU p. ni.
IViiohlnff every Snn'lay evfiiln; t 7:30
p. in., nl even alicrimte Snnday nt 1 1 a- m.
ronimenrliij J.iniinry 1 1, l!,'(ill. Kvcry body
cordlulv Invited to n';en.l tlicsfi wrvin-g.
J. E. PHINNEY, M. D.
Pliyiscian and Siirsfcon.
All culls given fimtnpt attunlton.
outce In Orutf huire.
-IlAltHlSON - SKDHASKA.
OKA NT GUT! lit! E.
Trouipt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and liHstrict
Courts, and before the United States
Fire Insurance written in reliable
Jyljegal pupers carefully drawn.
IUrJii&w, - Nkkuska.
M. J. O'l'onncll, - - ( o. Attorney,
IVill Practice In All Courts.
Special Attention Glron to LftBd Of
fice lSUtilill'SS, ,
Colicctloiw and all business entrust
ed tome will receive piompt attentioi.
UmttKon - Nebraska,
1 aoi prepartid to do all k Inds of Civil
When in need of the Surveyors Services,
give me a eall as I have a full and com
plate outfit, together with experience to
do the work with neatness aod dispatch,
HARRISON, - - - - NEBRASKA.
Si Joseph's Academy
& Boarding School
Vermillion, So. Dak.
The school is conducted by
and under the auspices of tho
Benedictine Siuter3 cf St.
The Scholastic year consists of two
sessions of 20 weeks! each, aad buyins'
Sept 11, 1SU9, and Feb. 5, l'.OO; conduct-
ed in throe ikpM-tmects Primary, Pre
paratory, Academical aud Commercial
Primary & Preparatory per month, f i.00
Academic A C.;mrn"rcial " 3,00
Board, Tuition, Bedding, "Washing
oc.".., per month, in tIyanc. IflOand $12.0w
Sr Jobti-u'g Ecaiieut,
Veiivuxion, - - So. Dak.
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If rn know bow. Wm. lm
W,U. hr,u U'JrZS
Uff FMlilon Plete
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