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PTrZ H::B:RIS0 BBABKA, THT7BSDAY, A.XTCj-TTST 14. 1SQ2. 21o!t
Remember the Omaha dentist dates.
Commissioner Lewiswas at tbe county
at last Monday.
Chas. Orewell from -Hewitt -was in
Fred Glaze from Crawford enrolled at
'the Institute Monday.
Mr. Emery Zimmerman wmi Hnrri
son visitor Wednesday.
T. 0. Williams w drilling a well on Inn
place north of town this week.
Tlev. Youngumo preached to a large
Congregation last Sunday night.
Mrg. Cbrie Chrislensen Trom Andrews
ft Harrison visitor Tuesday.
Sunday school at HO o'clock; eveny
ibody invited. W. LI. Ibrvis; Supt.
y 31 irons Valdez and Henry Moravdk came
down from Warren, Wyoming Monday.
Just received; A new consignment of
m.eii nnd boys clothing at (ifiRLA1 HS.
V'harl'-y NVmnn from tha wioihern
nmri or the funnily h lutuwo Wednes
day. Mm Af.irvrif (Hr .wn 'from nvurlFive
!Poitit i attending the ilonliHite this
The window ilijihls which were 'broken
out by tliti hail storm, aw Uui reitaued
Mies Arm) Mil Wr wan SMsitrmg with
tfriewis in .ti.irrrson Wednesday and
Lewi Ovrlauh and wife -returned J" rom
Alul Springs Monday., and rKrla .r
.good time while there.
Mine aud bettor .goods fur 4 he same
money At tierlauh's store thau .any -oUter
fplace., 4ry Uiem. 10- tf
Mn. J. A. Thaver and daughter Mrs.
Jrven Zimmerman of Medac were
Hiatrison visitors Monday.
Chris Christian and con -Jiiu -wire in
.from Plvaw nt Rige and look a bit; load
.of lumber home witii them.
JeW Hewitt, and family 'moved -into
the Turner building thin week, formerly
oooiupied by Mr, iiaggermaa.
' HaUI: lflO acres of land joining the
vul.'iK'i of Ihirrivia; 'for further partic
olari i;iiiir; at this oftiee. 40
Mm. HolliiiHwonth and Dixy -came
.down from Uoulai Tulfty eJ'i'niiitf to
mit fur a while with fneiidH in Hurrisoa
The liet phytic .liambfr-lam'B Stem
,o.:h and Liver Tabled. .ty Wo tak-.
fleiixunt in effect. Tor wle by J. E.
W. O. raHemon Hold hm TMidHnre hi
iHarrinon to I 'ha. Xjmphenanr iml he M
K'nK 10 niove to the southern part ef
the state ooo.
I)r. Witriem. Omaha rieutirfl -wiM be
nt the CVmmecinl Motel Aug. 26 26.
tSee him and have your wonfc done by an
1 am now prepared to wenve-rnrpet.
10 eta. for hit and mim and 12 J -for
tripped. Warp Turnmhed at cost.
MHH. 4. A. VHYKK. ifl tf
If you want a snap in Ladies and ohild
reDS shoes go to CIEKLACH'S where you
can buy them oheaper than in any
stern -city. They nowiiave -a .large
ftMortnient. J "
NoMe 4 Tea F aver a.
All personal tan that M due must k
tfmii at one or I thll iprooeed to -colleot
Hb mim by law.
John I, Davis,
Have ta Srhnot Dfrx-tfa.
rVhonl lliredors will lalte noluie that 1
will not endorse certificates from other
unites nr stalei until our rMsidmit
McbMrN luive been supplieil with school.
J. . Bur.ke.
Harrison Press -Journal.
Mr Ouar Ward and children who
Mve Ix-en livirg up near the V. T. wince
prinx, while ()sar has lieen enaed at
LfV,-Tjivt4 back to Harrison chi
J. M. Sitrnson of Hebron this -state
came in or the west bound train last
Saturday. Mr. Stimaon h liee n-enya fe
ed an. Principal for the Uacns.ui -ecliool
Or. Bua.Uloi-kleg Vuediiw ijcput up lu
pill form, ii nd by the aid of Iiih injector is
administered.eiMsy, nkillfully and quickly.
Mote hm special offer id advertisement
in 4li!K pnper.
fBimorhas it that Moses ifinkaid may
amuse lira people of this valley by uiiik-
4iur a trip here before election. If he
dees it will be the greatest show .of the.;
-season. -Scotts Bluff Herald.
Tlte high winds ihe fore punt of -the
week was ot vory good for tho .hay'
makers, but brought forth an abundant
.u.. ....! ..f .....a... r . .1. .1 l ' .
""it'Kv " 'w hujck en toe u iv Kiel
o iteuo ill Mind that blows uo oneooTIr
Tbe hail etonm of laiit week we are
worry to any -hae-lelt the. range tiwl
in ils track in a bare condition mid uiiIbm
we get mi Hi, ient rain 10 produce- w.cond
crop of grass htock will have to .be re
moved to auoiher r..nge.
Sam Tlwiiiias and (,'orwin .Lewis .re
turned from Onuiha Wednesday. They
got a ry good prKie for tlieir cattle but
said the market was not as good 011 Mon
day as It was on Tuesday. Although
Me Thouias received 5.40 for part of his
Airs. W. B. W.irs.eller made -the M..E.
Church of Ibis .place a .present of a nice
four lamp I'lianilelier which will add
jreatl-y to the :i,jiieiruiice and furniehing
of the choroh. A,Ve are eure the niem-
ber and co'igregalion w ill . highly appre
oittte ttii4.iftirHU Mrs. U:teller.
Die Teuoherr. InkHue ef Uii coimty
bae the largest eniollinent that ha ever
been had since tta .organization. 1'he in-
slriu tors Terin' amd W. E. Purviance
Jiave by their emm,t work nnd plain
4e(wtation of Jesos won the
udmmi ion of ii -ur -teachers and hosel
An-e:i hange voifrifco for the fill low
ing: ' When first he-came to see ier she
Khowad a timid lieart. and e-ven wfeen ttie
lights were low ihy sat tliis Tar
apart; but a their I0V9 grew warm
er, they learned riie joy and bliss and
knocked all the npuces out and sat tip
Harry Daughorty from Tlntcreek W-yo,
was in town this week. He brought in a
si-sciman from the "Had Lands" in Wie
fonu of a jj iw htine (from some great
ar.imat. We are not sure whether it if
of the kind of an animal that -Samson
used in his greiit. 'light with the Phili
tines or not. It it n exhibition at the
(Commercial'. Bank so drop 111 ard see for
yourself, as we are not much authority
on specimens, bugs, &. etc.
TheifoHowmg inoidenl ie vouched for
'by the 0 kilte, .f Atchison, Kansas:
Airoliceman found a hotHguest roaming
about the streets 10 kin sleep. He elart-
fi to 'lead the man to jaiL, when the
stranger protested. "I am guilty of 00
wrong-doing, " he said, -"I am a som
neeibiilist." kion't make ay dif-
ifnrence what church you Itelong to, " ro
tuniefl the olncer, "Ton can t do no
walking en these streets to your nhtrt
AYOUNOLAUrS I.WE SAVED.
Al Panama. CelamlMa, by Chambar.
Jala'a Celte, CttoUra and IMar
Dr. Olias. H. Utter, a prominent phv
sicisii, of Panama, Colombia, in a recen t
letter tales: "Lust March j had us a
patient a young lady sixteen years of
age, who had a very Uul utluck of dy
senterv. Everything 1 prescribed for
her .proved ineffectual and slie was grow
ing worse every hour. Her parents wore
sura she would die She had become so
weak lluit she could not lure ower iu bed,
W:hat to do at this crilioul moaisot wan
sMidy for ni. bot I thought of Cham
berlnin'a Celic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Rt'iio dy ard is a last resort pii"u.nbed
it. The moKt wonderful' rcsull. wan
ertVoWt. Within eight hour she Whs
UeiH'g inui h iiltr, inidv ol three ua,) s
site was upon her feet and at the end of
i one week was entirely well," Fur sale
.bj J. f.. J'omitey .
Cert Martin the popular Bairy lone will
be bore in about 2 weeks and wiH present
Edison's marvelous moving. pictures, 500
suhjeuta embracing both comic instru;:!
tve pictures. Followiojc i-re a few of th
song-which are heaui ifully illustratwl
andung: Sunny Tene.e, Never liked
a Nig?er with a Buard. 'Yen tan 1;e-ii
your Sour Apjjier and" 28 others: "Tj,;.
beautiful fairy story -of Red "Riding Ho..d
will lie illuHtmled and 13 other iniiri
ant views. The Concert is all O.K nm!
not to-becoofiMinded; Lttev-jiyonecoTo
H 11.!,. .Oiuaui'., AUh
Two days of this week bring 000 cal tin
a--ligiitr-rMn'H)an expected, tiow -tufr
has recovered some and steers are keep
ing strong, with increasing denmtid "for
best killers and feeders. iratw' beef
reached 6.85 yesterday. It whs amaui
pu brted -sale, 'however, anf).eio -only be
justified 'from tlie fact'that otheMDarkets
make ttsir top in the same way. Choice
corofed -beef nearly out of uei mar'ket.
ChoiieTange beef JjHfo fl.Sfti; 'fxeders
and killers 4.75 to AGO, fair 4.S5 to 4.75;
stockers 8 50 to4.00, common.flO to 8 25
fat cows 8 00 to 4,00; dinners andcutters
1.J5 to 275; stock-ctlveii -8.80 to' 4.00,
vpi 4 a .
Receipts of sheep more liberal. Bkromr
demand for both sheep and lambs ud
Ihe latter advanced 10 to J5 cts. Monday.
Kat yearlings 8 65 to 4 25, feeder 8 35 to
3.40; fat weihers 3 50 to 4 00, 'feeder 3 75
to 8 25; fat ewes 3.00 to 3.50, fe-t)er 1.00
to 2.25; fat lambs S.25 to 6.50, feeder'3.75
to 4. CO. Look for heavier receipts.
Nye Sc Buchanan Go,
TRfJUHLESOSfE TOMMY'S TORN BR.
Tommy's P Tries 4o Anawer Soma -of
tbe Posers Tommy Puts to Htm.
Tommy Kay, pa.
Pa What is it this time, my son?
Tyimuy What does "government
without the conseift of the governed"
Pa Wtiv, :tiiaf s tbo kind of ovapn-:
met, they have in such .pluce as -Uus-
sia, wher the people are forced to obey
laws someone else majtos for them, -"v ,
Tommy Say, pa, is -that -right?
Pa Right! Certainly rtiot. The
lanttion of Independence rsaytt that 'all
men are created tree and e;ual.'" That'
was what our forefathers fought for iu
U'omniy Say, pa, in a ifree -country
they don t have "government without
Hie consent of the governed" do they?
Pa Of course not; that would lie
against the principal of liberty.
Tommy Say, pa, those f ilipinos. do
lliey consent to-be governed by iosf
Pa Well, that's a little different, ruy
sfm. They don't know wha 's good for
Tommy Say, pa, do we always Vivew
whafs good for us?
Pa Well, it's supposed so. The -ma
joritv rules, and the uuijority niust Iw
right, where the people are enlightened.
Tommy Say, pa, did the majority
faVor slavery before the civil war?
Pa Well, more or 'less. You ask too
manv vjuestions. Tommy.
Tommy H.iy, pa, whs slavery any
more right before the war than it wnnld
Pa That is a metaphysical question,
my son, whicn is too deep for you to
Tommy Say, -pa, if "government
without the consent of the governed" is
wong how is -it that the Confederate
elates ere forced back into the Union
against their .consent?
Pa Well, the 111 t-jority decided on it,
and that made it right
Tommy K the tSouth liad licked,
;Uieu they would have been right,
Pa Ye-es, I suppose so.
Tonwny Then if the stronger side is
right what is there wrong about
"government without ttie consent of
Pa Well, it's -morally -wrong, my
Tommy -Say, pa, did the Indians con
sent to 1ms governed by us?
PaOh, Tommy you go haok too Tar.;
that's ancient history.
Tommy ut diduH we take the lands
away from the Indians, and treat them
so that they have nearly all died off?
Pa You don't understanJ, Tommy.
It was their Tault; they couldn't stand
Tommy Hut if there is so much
vwaethy for the Filipioos, I don't see
why there lan'l some for the Indians.
ia Tommy, you mustn't mix things
up so. you nave to coii-nler t.u h m.il -
tor by it.rw.ir.
loiimy Then, what, u right one lime
iay be wronjr another, can't it Pa?
I'a Say, Tommy, tboce come the bovs
for you to go in swimminar. Run .it...
.IUl thlMII - ! "-..;. ,
Qrdsr Tour BLACKLEG VACCINE BY HAIL
I IV A Y Jl: 1
Write for S2 page
BLACKLEG. It la
I knowed a little codger once,
As onery as could be;
He'd chaw and sweirr. en n off from -school
And pester beast and tree;
Kept all the neighbors' dogs. a feu-red
And hulf their winders br-oke;
There couldn't for that Tommy Tuff
One praitiin' word be -spoke.
Hut 'by and by Ins rna was -dead
His pa met Widder '(areon
And courted her; she panleyefl aome,
Cause Tommy wu-s -so mean.
But last she said she'd give consent
Jf neighbors, friends and kin
Would promise to let meddlin' out
Whilu she broke Tommy in.
Tliese-uiontioned. knowin' things was bud
Snw Rimietliio' must be done.
So all agreed to Uesp hands off
And let his step-uni rua
The youogster; well, she used the tw-ig
A little, but not much;
But, gracious! How he-used the ax
And 'later -tme ami such!
Whe kept that boy a ohoppm' wood
Anddoin' turns and chores,
And hoein' corn and gai'den sass
And suru'jiiin, steps an' floors
Till he was glad to go to school
To get a little rest;
Yet-elre ns monstrous kind and good
Soon as he'd done his 'Iwht.
Ii:s busy banc's stirreJ up4ns wrts,
And soon that lwf- atuchool
Wns kjiidtiP aH his ciaies; him
They usi-d to call a foul!
He studied dootorin',-not K 'be
A most -uncommon man,
AW 'c-ai'se his step-nia worked the im
Tliatence to meani-ss ran.
The nerve that playin' hookey fjikes
Might turn a wthl -school flown,
And that which breaks a winder -ligM
Might seinetime build a town.
There's lots of onery little tykes
A loul!n'"'round the streets
Need only work to mike',em men
Instead of triflin' bents. Denver TTews
JC.mba Omrkt Ccam.
Hotchkiss, Cjlo.. Aug. (1st 1802.
Dear friends of Hioux Co. :
On the afternoon of TuesCav July 22 I
we drove from Almont ao G-unnmoo
about 18 miles and camped on the Wiiii
nieon rtver two or tlwee miles beyorvd.
Theroad grew better as we went on
and we found Gunnison the only town of
any sue which we passed through on
this side of 1lie range. Wednesday we
foiloweti the Gunnison river and tlie
mil-road to Saprir.no camping by its side
at-niht. The road grew .rockier and
more hilly as we went on, and highor a
b(ve the river, winding along tl.e edge
of the bluff, far above the railroad and
the river in a way to niko -one dizzy.
Thursday it got more so. We were to
go to the top of the Black Mesa ao! it
was said to be 10 or 12 miles, but rt took
most of the day , although most of " the
road was not so very steep. The Uunni
son river goes into the Gr.ind Canon not
far from here and we wound 'in and out
and around the edge of the bluffs in oar
effort to get to the top. It was a fairly
good road most of the way only stony
and so narrow and the many glim peer,
of the immense'distance down atone side
made one wonder what would happen if
he brake should gi ve out or the horses
getfnghtened. Tlie last mile or two
was steep enough and just covered with
stones loose and otherwise, over which
the horses simply had to scramble We
were told at Saninno that the road was
"just a good ordinary mountain road",
and I dare say it was, only we do not
care to drive over the bad ones. On the
Mesar" we found good gram and forests of
the largest quaking.ass I ever saw and
spruce and pine. Between these bite f
forest were beautifwt, flower gardens a
grewt variety and profusion of wild Bow
ers. We had here I think the finest view
of the mountains we had seen at ali.
We drove about live miles after reaolring
the (op and camp'id near a saw-mil!.
1 TtiiirsiUy v i au,e iloim ol.
I Tim hill "was not mo... than 1
nifles Ioiik and not so stony ns Uw one
we went up and our only adventssre wns
. . 1 - .
idling mill KNSIIIg n I'OUpli. Ol l.'.tlilH.
Tt.. V . 1 , ,
and you will ahrav benre of (rettin? It jure, tregb
and full of tranpta.
Dr. RSI'S BLACKLEG VACCINE
is tnmrunUfd to protect yourcattle from U&calif.Ku-ii
pill of vaecioe to an exact dose, and vaecination if, sure,
ale and certain.
DR. REA'S INJECTOR pats the pin nndartae
Jij uramnicoireci you get irtin -vscclne Immedlatrly
wunaut uGjaysH.vi8 rent uyrciurn luau, luiiy
prepaid, cn receipt of price.
Kirkrl I'lnted Injretor,
111 lliMii IJ-.II farm),
: : !t
100 " " - . 1U.MO
Tbsf prSn SB. No discount.
ssvat mr D For a fhort ttmeonly, I
ar&UlAU &tV. will mall one of my dollar
Nickel Plated Inteetorf FREE with bv.ty oritur fnr in ,1,.. nr
more of r. Hen'f Blwkleg Vsuclau. Not aoid br dnutfrUU
MlanorsgeuM. PHKPAKKD XSO BOLD ONLY BY '
DR. CHA8. L. REA,
220 Kast 32d 8treet, Hew York City.
but after we were all out of the watcon
we held our breath mritil the wagon was
-safely 'in 'the road aguin, iiud the second
team which was a buggv with -two bur
row hitched to H had 4o be pretty near
ly lifted around -us. The .drivers oi
one team proved to "be two of my broth-
-er's neighbors taking fruit -up into the
mountains to sell. They pointed out
Hurry' place to us mid we felt 'that we
were almost there. After leaving the
Wesa there -was no more grass, the 'hills
were sparsely covered with sage brush
and small . cedars or entirely bare. The
road was down hill and quite good. We
could have .reached our (journey's -end
Friday night 'by driving late'butdid -not
care to gut so tired and so stopped at 3
o'clock, hung our hammock in a cedar,
washed and 1 rested.
Saturday we -readhed Hotclikiss about
10 A. M., found it a pleasant little town
with good stores, a church, and school
houst whiuh are the necessaries i n a tow n
you ettpect to live near. 'We drove
through line orcliatds on the way out to
Hurry's (!J miles; which were hanging
full of green apples and peaches, and
arrived there in time for dinner, some
what -surprising the owner of the ranch
for the poi-tal we sent from Gunnison,
failed to reach liiin mid he-did -not know
just when to exfiect us.
We I111vermr.de one room of the wagon
and.-iuiotriser of the tent, nry brother's
ibouse is 8 by 10 and with the three -and;
two hammocks in the shade -of some'
cotlonwoods hy the ditch we shall be
very conifortuuieiirttil we can build a
smatl heuse. Mv brother was very glad
to see the ponies as well as us and he and,
Mr. -Rice and 9ioy have been busy culti
vating the treos nod putting up some
hay. He has a fine garden which was
worth -much after the ferip -over the
mountains where such thinpi do not
grow. We have mad .ripe apricots, casp
bernes and peaches from the -neighbors
,ind the promise of as much more as we
care to go after, also some honey from
me of the neighbors. We have a beauti
'iB'l -view of the moBntains rom the
house wtth green alfalfa fields and
orchards between. My h-other bus not'
much on his place yet hut it is very
cheering to look at what may 'be. 'Our
address now will be Kotchkiss, Colorado
and 1 will-renew my offer to afiswei
every letter that comes to me. We
hope we shall 'hear from many of our
Em-ma L. Bice.
Pkofle'b Indbpkvdunt Sekatobjal
The People's Independent electors of
the 'Fourteenth Senatorial district are
hereby called to meet in delegate .con
vention in Valentine, Nebraska, at 10
o'clock A. M. on ftaturtiay, August 30,
JWO; for the purpose of placing in nomi
nation one candidate for the St.tte Senate
for the Fourteenth Sepatorial District of
Nebraska. Comities are entitled to rep
resentation -as -follows:
'Box Butte Sioux
Brown 4 Keya Paha
Daw re 7 Sheridan
It is recnrnmer.rled that delegates -present
cast the full vote of their respective
counties, anfl that no proxies lieallowed.
Geo. A. Miijs,
A ins worth, Nelir.
Tlie EntertHinmerft given liv tbe tench
ers last night proved a grwnd success
1 he house was crowded, nnd a more
attentive and appreciative -audience we
have not seen in a long time. Every
part oT the T nigrum was applauded, and
we ore sure tbe tenders, and all that
talken part felt well prepaid for the ef loft
they .put forth in trying to entertain the
people of Harrison. We nmst commend
Profeasor P'urviittice 'or ihnstintiring
forU in the drilling of the tenohere imd
-Tiupile ler MiisVlntcrtaininent. Professer
Purviartoe 'hua shown great tat"t nd
pcvir in urilliii, and bniit ' tMft the
ufllt-reut WipitTsioiw, and houplits c4
the different parts of the Program.
Key. Heplen gave a few illustrations
from his stereoptican which , were very
g.ssl md IM.1 like. Them will be 11 lem
t" r'ht and slrtm 'ttan
'Bead the 'Press-Journal.
J. 0 ('(iiincll, -
ft ill Prut-tk-c-is Afl Court.
Spfcial AlU'iiHoii ttir to Latitl fff
("oHcclioiii and H baviness Mitir-!-".I
toine n il ! r eel r-n'.i- C -;'';; -r
K. i'liiWIA . H. I).
Phyiscinn and Snrgpoa.
AM culls given prompt attention
Olilce in Drug Store.
'HAttUWON - NEBRASKA.
Prompt attention given to all '(;,
matters in Justice, County and District
("ourte, ;ttiid before the 'United Stut
written in relwibli
tSLegal papers carefully drawn.
E. M, V.. XI ,R,
is the bo
to and from the
UlillDWOOlJ AN" I) HOT Sl'tilKoe.
' SOUTH DAKOTA.
F. K. A- M. V R. ti. June table.
se.fc. iiilr.U,.J0iW I Na. . mixed....
By virtueol an order ef sale issed by fur.
clerk of Hie distriot court f ;:,iou coi:i.ly
Neliniska, upon a decree rrutlured In sii'i
'oourtin favor of Kioux t'omity, pluinti.L.
mid niiliist Martha M. llovey, .loli i '. .
Movey, Nelson llovey, Alonzu A. I( -Chester
llovey, Nnali II. Ilovi-y, Kliz.i i.i..
poiiU:r, Krankl'iilllips, Uxzle IIOKcrs.-l-. .-itw.
A. Ilugurinan, WJilinm A. llovey, Ki.i,. I..
llovey., Klla At. slack, iticlmnl liovuy, heirs
oj James F. llovey, deevueed, MiowkI ler '
Mortgage (tonipany, a t-orpoi-atiou, Suimu-I
T. Allies, as ikU'emliiirts, 1 lil 011 the ISi'.i J.ty
ot August, 1902, a eno o'oleck intltesfter
noon el said dir,- ut tbu it K'ron't leor -R
Uie court hicst!-af said oeunt-y at Hai'rl.jv.i.
Ni'liim kii, seH Kt.pti'jlh; auction to the liuU
est bifidei- for j-asli In liand, the follDivh.t
descrilieil real estate situated in said,'.-iiiut,r
to-Hit: 'jait; north half of tliu iioiilienrfl
quarter, the northeast quarter of tliu iiorUi.
wes iUarl r of section eljjlit, Bud the 1101 lli
wost yuartor of -the northwest-quarter i4
sectlnn ldnn, in township thirty two iiurtli,
ef.raiifre flt'tj-Jfour west of tint SiMi,-iioi.
T0 merkllaii, to satisfy said ertlendl Halu lit
the sniiHof oue.h mid red lortyene tiol larMne
HftryHvo cents !l41.6o) Interest, cost and ac
i-'irsl .publiouUvn, July 17, 1UQ2.
The pKRrW-JotmNAl. hat printed a rn-
i'ed nuiiilier of nia on Manilla T.Tt
I (laid which can Is! seMireil Ur t Of e.'i h.
' 'hwy will also lie given in a pietiiiuxi 1
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