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fMM Asctoat. will iahltah roar brand. Ilk
Ma fetsSWlB:. hr,lt tmu-. Each ad
'Shlev ,al BfaBdl cents, kvrt? farmer or
'hMUHlIt MOKE and adjoining counties
ifhaaM advertise their brands 'in -tub Jocb
sjalae U WMUetea all ovwtlie state. It
' - tear ha the sseaiis of anting uionev for you
J. D. Proctor.
Vise la arrest and aoavletlon of any party
parttaa steeling or disfiguring any brands
' M stunk hrlei.gtag to lh andersigned pr
tin HnriuHi Hrnndetl the " oa leu
........i.i.... Knnt'swest of
Andrew. PotOBciA ddrrm
Harrison, N In
r. K JANDT.
oa left Mr
' afl hif Cattle.
Ifeeni Usajrtn Sehraska.
aa left Jaw,
fast IMBce, Hew tit.
Mi i T. 8KOW.
waded I o aboal
- I I jder
f I A atranded oa l-ft sboalder
' 1 I aud I eWa on left aide.
Ml UCaea Addrwa,
' nrto levraarteOe. Wye.
Brand aombi double
of cuttle- Horse ik
'ut out right
mi left aide
Thursday, Hay IS, 1902. .
C. C. Burke, Prop.
KSTKKED IS TUB- POST urPICK AT UAK
ISO SilCUK. A8ICX.VI CLASS JIATTKK
OF SIOUX COUNTY.
One Dollar Per Year.
V Cattle all dehorned
Range on Kyle CTeea.
Poet Office, tilen Nebraska
ASSESSORS MUST .WORK
UPRCMC COURT ORDCAR THCM TO
TAKE LABOR STATISTICS
ed on left side
tsaine an cut
same as cnl
are the pr.perty of Andrew Christian n
ranite tributary to Van Tassel Springs.
stents branded """
a left aide
an left abou
ISa. eawgeon Baidier Crrek.
1 Aay stack branded aa akwve being eatray-
Ofroaa aty ranee. dlaeevered by any body
a Wftvmg ia) lifferntatien will be rewarded.
Andreas, n. Robinson, Nebraska.
Jf. B. PARKRR
tforaM breaded on I
I left auoulder and
Mtla earae on left
ou back or
rout Office Add rem. Chadron Kebraaka'
BUKWSTKlt A Co.
ed Home aa that
on rut, either
left hl or on
iaek of aKaea.
ftaaee o HaMW Creek and White HI ver.
Addread. ITt. Koblnaon. Mebnutka.
JOHN A. HANSON
afcaaa ke foilaw
faiabr . ad oa eKh-
oa ttlvar SprlaKa and eaat of slats
PaatoBea Uarrlaoo Neb
on left ibonldaraf boraea
on right aide
f k jand en left iddeofeattl.
AMI tale I I
' II I
ftM j right alda of cattle too
aajaga aa White kier, near Glen.
' ' MtUnnaaaiMreea.Ulen, Kehraalta.
bsCrCtRKK LIVESTOCK Co.
aranded en left Kip of Cattle
and on left eheelr ot Home .
Rang On Deep Creek. ,
Add rem. Deep Creek Ue Stock Co,.
J. If. Hai.BKKT, roreman,
The brand repiawented In thl notice
and branded any where on left Hide
ef rattle, aud ever lap t freui the
Ale the name brand on left thigh of
boraea, belong to the aiidrnlgned
ear Eaat Spring, eurilh part fo
oaaaty. Cmalc Nkwmak,
If arriaon, Ni-braaka.
MOVSSKT A OS.
eSatbkdae'taat yZ I
Hk aa dHh- 1 . J
W Jrf .--Wf
on left aula of one stork.
on left alee and hip.
aa Adanlng Water.
, W i'
aad akaaider aad
right Jew AM, bavt
a left tblb
, Meaa Ua, NebrHaae
... MfAU. -
I sd plf, Clttreaara for much
e Jiaf'e-iJeeJiraS !
CS U-AW far ftmt U.
CPSeTt'krf 'falrVW aletilaw.,
t. J. A.
Horaea branded with any otbove brand.
Address. J. A. AnuiWox.
either side, same
And Cattle branded
side, and Morses ou lett
Address, Bodarc, Kebraska.
OCrAVK II A BUM,
left Hide with
left ear clipped.
Itauge on Run
V. O. Addresx, Mainland, Nebr.
ed on left side.
er. O. Address Harrison, Kebraska.
Special Dispatch to the World-HeraW.
LiiK-oln, Neb. May 8 Nebraska aases-
sam must do a little extra wo. k now,
nod that without extra "conipensulion.
Thus saith the supreme court, atid the
decree ia incxcrablei
For a number of years the depaty
comnuwioner oi laoor nas touna nimseii
hiitxinupped in ce in piling stutialics
ttirouh Uie failure of asaasnors in many
of tlte couotiea to collect all the Uti-
tics directed by law. There was nothing
in the statute granting assessors any ad
ditional compenaalion for the extra work
requested of litem and a number refused
absolutely to do it.
Lancaster's officials, says the deputy
labor comm asioner, have been especially
obstteDerauM in the matter. Wlien re
quested to glean the desired information j
on their rounds this spring they declined
emphatically. L. N. Eskew of Normal
was lite victim chosen to combat the ias-
sintant Mr. Watson, deputy labor com
missioner at present.
On behalf of Mr. Watson Attorney
General Prout iapptied to the supreme
court for a writ of mandamus to com
pel the assessor to do this work. j'The
case was vigorously contested, but the
court today decided that Mr, Watson
was iu the right and the writ was issued
accordingly in compliance with tbe de
sire of Mr. Prout.
In passing on the propositions invol
ved a controversy long mooted and one
that the eurt has bvoided deciding for
years is at last decided beyond travail.
The court declares that tbe ollke of .de;
puly labor commissioner is not an exe
cutive officer hi violation of section 26
article 5 of the constitution, which says
that no oilier executive oflice shall be
continued or created. Tins settles the
det.iiy of several state officials, deputies
by name whose status has been in doubt
ever since creation ef their positions.
Arnoug their are tue. deputy game and
tish commissioner, deputy pure food
commissioner and deputy state veterinar
ian. The very point is involved in an
other suit now pending wiwre constitu
tionality of Uie food commission law is
attacked. It is entitled John C. Merrill
against state and comes from Llay
Tiie opinion is by Commissioner Hast
ing. Tliesyliabvs sayss
"It is no objection to the validity of a
statute imposing aa additional duty upon
assessors, that no special provisiou itr
their compensation is made.
'The act of leo7, imposing the duties
of labor coiuiuiasiouer ou the governor
of Uie state ar.d provining for a ipecial
deputy to assist in discharging then) is
not a violation of section 20. article 25,
of the state constitution.
The amendatory aft of 187 to sec
tions 2066 and 2068 of Cubby's consolida
ted statutes, requiring assessors to se
cure certain labor statistics, is germane
to tlte provisions of. Unoriginal act .and
to Ihe requirements of Um original sec
tion 2066 ttiat the deputy commissioner
collect statistics sod is not in violation ol
section 11,' article 8, of the state constitution."
V. S. flTMAtOsM
Josim II. iu.u
en as. H. Dirrkica-
ELXEB J. Bi'ssnr, Sep. 1st nisC
David Ii. JUacca, Rep. (nd DisC
JOHN J. Robiksox, rus. 3rd Dlst.
. I 8rsa, rna. Uh Dlst.
A. C. Shallksbkbgkr, Fus. Mh Dlst.
WM. MVILLE, Kiis, 6th Dint.
Ezba P. SAvAor. Goteunor
C. F. Stkele, l.leat, Aovernor
Gen, W. Mabsh, Secretary of State
( has. Weston, Auditor Pub. Aot-U.
Wm. STEnria, Troannrer
Wat. h. POWLCR, Sapt Public Inntjactioa
Kbask . I'boct, Atty.tneral
GBOK6E FoWLEB.Com. pnb. lands aad bldg
I.EE HBBUBAS, Librarian
Wi. J. A. Bf, Clerk
Jobs I. Davis, Treasurer
ALEX LOWBT, Sheriff
Wm. J. A. KaCM, Clerk of District Court
J. II. Bi'BKE, ftupt.of Public Instruction
J. II. B btell. Judge
If . J. 0Comsbll, Attorney
M. Ri'iriso, Hurveyor
Pat Lact, Coroner
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIOSERS
Jexs C. Menu, 1st District
L. C. Lewis, 2nd Eistrlct
A. E. Bioelow, 3rd District.
Are now prepared to show
AN ELEGANT LINK
Cattle branded Ff73 on Uh
de and same en j) left a
der M 1 torses.
Also some of the Horses
tie are branded on side
shonldrr some a deacrib
above baa lid.
i the left
Address, Harriswn, Nebraska.
KORKUT r, NEECE.
on left side
on left h
Aim Cattle brsaed
shir.ildT or side.
Running Water. P. o. Address
SAMUEL K NO It I.
- . any where on
left side of the
Range oa Prai
rie I ng 4n4 Men
Address. Harrison, Nebraska
on left side.
On Uft NIB
HST WIMK, r
South Omalia, Nebr. Increase in cat
tle receipts to date over same period last
year is more than 85,000. For the past
week, however, receipts have been light
at all principal points and the market
continues its firm tone.
We quote 1250 to 1500 beeves at 6.50
to $7.00; 1050 to 1250, 6.00 to 6.50; 900
to 1050. 5. 40 to 6 00; choice heifers and
cows up to 6.00; good, 4.50 to 5.50; com
mon down to 1.75; calves, 8.50 to 7.00;
good feeding steers, 4.50 to 5.25; stackers
2 00 to 4 25.
We have received about 9.1,000 more
bogs this year th.m for tbe same period
last year. Prices are about steady with
a week ago and range from 6.75 to 7,20.
Receipts of sheap hare been most too
small to make a market but on eastern
advices the market was weak end vary
ing. For the last two days, however
there has been a firmer feeling.
We quote choice, wooled lambs at 6 40
to 6.85; clipped, 5 70 to 6.10; clipped
wel hers, 5 40 to 6.00; clipped ewes, 4.70
to 5.50; spring lambs, 6 00 to 8,00.
Nye and Buchanan Co.
WORK SHOES WEAR.
Sels "Kroo Calf Skin is a special tannage,
named to define and express its tough, yet phaWs
qualities and lu treat powers of endurance.
4'KrooM is tbe original name of a powerful tribe of
negroes on the Northwest Coast of Africa, com
tuonly known as "Kroo Boys " They are re-
r nuv,u - - .
Downed lor tneir uiruinw,uci'""
staying powers; and what the "Ksoo Bot"
is among Degroes, " Kiioo Calf" Is amoaf
skins tough, enduring, reliable.
Look lor the alert of SeIxM It
marks tbe Popular Dealer.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After
Fourteen Years of Suffering.
'I have been a (Hie ted with sciatic rheu
matism for fourteen years," says Josh
Edgar, of OermanDiwn, Cal. 'I was able
to be around but constantly suffered. 1
tried everything I could hear of and at
last was told to try Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which I did and was immediately
relieved and in a short time cured, and
I am hipy to sav it has not sinte return
ed.' Why not use this liniment and est
well? It is for sale by J. E. Phioney.
6elz, Schwab & Co., chicaco.
Lsrfot Manufacturer! of Boots and Shot In tntVevM.
English Shire Stallijon
Will make tiie season of
1902 as follows: Tuesday ev
ening and Wednesday of each
week at Al Leithoft's farm 9
miles east of town; the bal
ance of the week at our born
TERMS 8.00 to insure colt to stand and Buck; money
due and payable at once in case mares are disused of, or
removed from the county.
Dieckmann & Lacy
The Commercial Bank.
MUST REMOVE FENCES-
Cattlemen In Weetem Nebraska Realise
that Qawernnsenfs OraW Will
Accordint; U Oeorgs . Hunt of
Bridgeport the cattlemen of western
Nebraska have begun to real ire that the
orders of the government in regard to the
demolition of fences arouod government
land will be enforced. He said; "In
Cbyenne county, and in fact in all of the
counties from Buffalo west. Uie govern
ment land has been fenced by a set of
man who cams to look upon themselves
as Um owners of public domain. When
they were notified to remove their fences
they made all kinds of objections and
many of tlieni did not believe that tbe
matter wonld go any further than the
notice, so they paid no attention to it
Those who investigated the matter found
out tht the order was not a bluff and
that the fences must corae down by June
1. As a result boom of thai cattlemen
liavt already haftun to take down the
fences and praeerva the wire; others are
delaying and it Is not probable- that all
of the wire will be removed within the
time specified. -Oraaha Bee.
KSiiaMa sat far Mnsatpr vf a Branch
OnV wm wish to ofsw to (Ms eldaity.
Here is a (road ofk fer Um right
Mil. KtesUT gis good rwfwfsaos whea
T. A.KOXX WHOLOAIX HOCKZ.
' cneanuKtL oiro.
flluatmffsj iiUaHWS Sfamfts.
CALL FOB BIDS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Village Clerk up to and including Hay 27
1902, for attending to the town wind
mill and pump from Juue 1 to May 1,
By order of Board of Trustees.
W. H. Davis. Village Clerk.
A woman who has experience with
this disease, tells liow to prevent any
dangerous consequences from it. She
says: Our three children took whooping
cough last summer, our baby boy being
only three months old, and owing to our
(riving them Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, they lost none of their plump
ness and came out in much better health
than other children whose parents did
not use this remedy. Our oldest little
girl would call lustily for cough svrup
between whoop. JCBHZ PrsTtlV UaIX,
Springville, Ala, This Remedy is for
sale by J. E. Phioney. ;
When yeu lack energy, do not relish
your food, feel dull and stupid, after
eating, all you need is a dost of Cham
berlain's Stomach & Lfvrr Tablets. They
will make vou feel like a new man and
give you an appetite like a bear. Tor
ale by i. E. Phinney.
A. ft. KKNKKDY.
r. 0. Address, Craw ford , Nebraska.
Range on Ran
Ion left side
Address Agate, Web.
j. k. rumMV a sons.
r, 0. Address,
oa tad t aids,
J. R. HUIITBR.
, Rtach Isranded. . m Hghl
Side "t hlB. Address, M. NaalMtr, Famnan
1 "' '" Nsrrlaan, Keh,
" if !
0. F. CorKEK, President. F. WX'larkh, CaBhier
Cua. C, Jameson. H. S. Clakkk, A. MciiNLif
Stockmen having use for a bank at this point may rely o
us to handle their entire Banking busineB.
We are prcjiared to take care of our trade at all times
THE PIONEER PHARMACY.
Paints Oils, Varnishes,
BOOkS and STATIONARY.
J. E. PHINNEY, Proprietor.
Will make tho
season at my place
on llonroe Creek
7 miles north-west
WILDOM JR., Sired by imported CLYDE, Dam ievetv
eights SHI RE, weight 1,600 pounds. '
PRICE :t8. 00, to insure living colt. The money for
service of Stallion will be dne and payable at once to cat?
mares are sold or removed from the county.
I will pasture mares through breeding seanon, free of
w w -m
r.p. AMtmm, ftlan.
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