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i;f l''l'S!ii ahi ! i(jiUii V"nr bratw. 11'.
ft,. f .JllOUrll,, for 4 Id. kT V.-I1 J t
, eti hI brand cents, tv- rv mimer "
, hiii'tiiMiu In siou and adjoining i-u"ii-5
aiaUladveriM tbeir brand in IbkJ.tm
, Bit a It -clrieiataa all over the state. It
j Huy be tl uieaaaof saving money lor yon
tor the arrest and conviction of any p-.i ty
r uartiti siollug or disfiguring an brands
t r. .luck belwiigil.g to the undersigned Pr
r. K. J ANPT.
on left bit-
60, 117, ur H
ii in juw.oii n
I it hip ol Cattle. I'ml Olttcc, Hi mtv,
Motix Countv, Nebraska.
OKOM.K SWA.NsoS. C.
I attte branded
n left Itli'
oil lelt hIiou
ld-r, range on ltlicr t',,s k.
Any aleak branded as above bclnif estrny--y
frum uiy ra'ige, discovered by y IkhIv
ari giving me iiitorniutiHii will le rewarded.
Address, H. Kobiusou, Nebraska.
J. B. rAKKKR.
Kum branded on Pi li'f t shoulder and
' leatoneon li'ft lgj i'iP
' steep baruded on l uck or (9 ""
... , of shevp. laijhl
I lauKeou Soldier Crack sad Willie Itiver.
i. AiMtkm, r't. Robinson. Nebraska.
JJKKlM'RKfcs" LIVESTOCK Co
Branded left hip of Cuttle
Hiid on left chee1' ot ilorse. .
Kallgeou Deep CleCK.
Ac ress. Deep Creek Live stock Co,.
J. II. HA1.HKKT, Korelimit,
I The brand represented lit thl notice
and branded any wlicr on lett side
f cattle, and over hip -nit from the
I right ear.
Ain the KiLtne brand on left tbisrh ol
'"''31 horses,' belongs to the undersigned.
runge near Kant Spring", wiilh part I o
'MlllIX county. CHAKI.ES NKWMsX,
any where on
left Hide of tile
Kaiige on I'rai
rie I: ok and Mon
3 roe crmka.
Addreaa, Harrlaon, Nebraska
I will pay $5 00 reward for etirh head
j!thr jaw or thigh turnKliyJ
Wrtit'l , fji i uv, iui pi w.
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KNTKliU" IN UIP. i-"l Or'r'H'K AT II Ui
OK SIOUX COCNTY.
llnr-Mw limn le.ll
One Dollar Per Year.
W. H. THOMPSON
For Lisfilt. (Jovernor
E. A. G.LHEIJTS
For fvH-ietarv of State
Fur A iblitor I
C Q i:eFUN. E j
J.N. LYI VN j
For Attorney General j
J. H. PRO ! Y 1
For f'omr. Public Lnrns iir.d F'uild i
i i w
nir'it ide i
ame at rut. -' ' " VT
nd ) 1) on . y-.-.,.,,--,
tin blunded on
i-nlx-r hid, , mine
And alo 1
on rliflit hoa-diT
orjnw. KaiiKeoii White Kivcr, on the old
luve Ci.lville ramh. William. Huntley
loreiimn. !'.. Aildresx;
I And Tnttle branded
lde, aud 1Ioim! on lett
Addrem, llodarc, N'ebnuika.
Kl). M AMIS.
UniiKe on II n n
in :eft Hide
Addrese Afate, Neb.
A. R. KKNNKHY.
hi Hiirlit 1" ip
P.O. Addrea, Crawford, Nebraeka.
Dr.REA'S BLACKLEG VACCINE
J. C. PRENNEN
For Supl. of Srhools i
For Con:res.in:in Six lMstrict !
P. II BARRY j
J. R. Ht'NTKR.
hi I lull'
widttoriiip. Addreis!, Kd. Knsher, roii'iimn
ftM Hl;OHU on
left Hide with
left ear clippi-d.
Rrtinre on Kun- j
P. (J. Addr an, Miir-Wnid, Nebr.
absolutely guaranteed to protect your
cattle from Ulac-kleg. Each pill of
Vaccine is an exact dose; ana vac
cination with them is safe, sure and
My injecter puts the pill under the
skin easily and quickly. By ordering
Oat HlrkeJ Flte4 direct of me, you get fresh iwriru!
,tW,,or' i'n immediately by return inaii Sent
iooihk, i.jmj fuily prepaid on receipt of price.
JO " 6.00 cnrnil nCTTPi Vrm m .Knef.
loo " 10.00 A. , if -i VL T
let. Rolt. 'f'.'r'jT.TT wu,
Uiuaui I lliil! IIIJCVWlO 1 rjwj ni,u CTdJ
order for 10 doses or more of Blackleg
Vn.inu V, .1 asild Kv l ti i-fri t nf H en lteu
JfKeasJ 'n JumnbL Prenared and sold onlv by
YES! The Prkss-Joi-knal does Job Work. NVat,
I First Clans and Up-To Date.
X Call in and get our prtrcH on Buin.'KB Cardf", Not-
llead!, Letter Heads, Envelope etc
Are now prepared to show
AN ELKGANT LINE
Writ for S-paee treatise
on Blackleg. It lit tree.
A. IIU1C I DEI 220 EAST 32d STREET,
Dr. UMa5. L HbMi new york city. '
Hide, and aame 011
iler if horsen.
AImi wmwof th ItorcM
tie are br'4ndt'l on wide
whoHlder Mime n deterib
ut ihw Wit I
Utt t shuul-
nnct Cut. t
Addrcaa, IIhitIsmii, NebraKka
JOHN A. HANSON
Ownn the fnlloa
Injciiraiid on eith
er: AIko HG on cat
tle and horr.
rattle on leftside
horse on left
Hanite on Silver SprlnK" and east o
line, t'oatofllce Harrison Neb.
-on vie t any person unlawfully banUliu
4av of said horses.
W. J. A. Racm.
lf(.rea branded on right thigh
and aboulder and
randed 1 11 on right Jav Also, I have
on left thigb
rout Oftlcu Addrewl,
Harrison, Sloni Co, Nebraska
Branded on left nhouldar ot home
land on left aide of cattle.
on rglit ld
I V I And this
Thl on j j
right side of cattle too.
Caiige m White Klver, nnar Glen.
Poet Ufflce addreaa, lilen, Nebraska.
Itrind wmU double
f nttle. Horawa aaniH
12,. 1 utt out rlgntl
, Cattle all dehorned.
ge on Kyle Cre,
m left side
Poet Office. Ulen Nebraska
t attle brand'
M that HtA j
a !. either I I
"ft hla ar on V
, iiofaaa braaaed with any of above brand.
. Atnm,J. A. Anoaaaoe,
ROIIKUT r. NKKCB.
on left side
on left h
AIro Cattle braaed
alion liter or aide.
Running Water. P. o. Addreax
Post Office Address. Chadroa Nebraska.
J. 1). Proctor.
Cattle Rrandetlkl".; I I'm left lnp.
Also Horaea Krandi-d the sane on left
shoulder. Ranire, Soutkarest of
Andrews, Poyt Ollice. A ddreas
White jo mi tkiokiaa' of obecri Wng
aVfr rmrly naiOaf MUir, raaiatn
f t tim tin tmxJonmAL will tab
A r 'lift! MM My wnvM aarUi nwJ
I. H. SENATORS
JoarrH II. MuxaRD
Chad. tl. Iiietkicii
F.I.MCR J. BfHKKTT, Rep 1st list.
I)vil) It. MEKCER, Kep. Jnd Iiist.
JOHN J. Rom", Kns. 8rd Utat.
Wm. I,. Stahk, F". 4th nut.
A. ('. SHALLKanKRUER, Kt)s, Mil Diet.
Wa. Nktillr, Fns.dth Dint.
Ezra P. Savaoe, (toveunor
C. f. Stkeli, Meat, Aovernor
Go, W. Marm, Secretary of Bute
Chai. Webtox, Auditor pnb. Accts.
Wn. STKi rrH, Treamirer
'. K, Kiiwi.er, Hupt. Pnblle liisljil' tlon
FRAXK N. I'roi t, Atty. (ieneral
Groroe KoWLER.O.m. pnb. lands and bldg
I.EE HERi.wa, Librarian
Wa. J. A. Racm, Clerk
. Johr I. Iiavir, Treasurer
' AI.RX lOWRr, HberllT
W. J. A. RAliM, Clerk of District Court
J. M. RVRRE, ftupf.of Pobllc Inatructietl
J. II. M RTELL, Judge
M. J. O'Oorrbu., Attorney
M. BvrriRa, mirteyor 1
Pat Lact, Coroner
HOARD OF CiHtMTY COMHISSIOHERS
Jmm 0. Hao, let District, ; .
L 0. Lawn, 2aa Kla'triet
A. 1. fcvsuiw, trd Dtrtclet.
uia:.'ge,s in s hools.
U.ncoUN, Aujr. 19 (.Specml.) Closer
tn;iiiZAtin of city schools, an increase
in tlie average salnry paid to the teach
1 rs of llli runil anil city H. liools mid a
ileireal-e in llie nuiiltx-r of ih IiooI binld
int;s tlirouiih consolidation are anions
the chances prednded by State Sunn
leniienl Fowler to tak place in the
mi hi'nl conditions of Nebr! during the
remainder of the tlei iide. Mr. Fowler is
juM iileiintr a oiini!ii(fn with the
leni.hers' institutes tnrouKhotit the stiiti.
II 1 hiis visited upward of hnlf of the
counties, und his predictions are tutted
largely 'ian his own ohservntion of act
ual conditions. feel sitfe in predicting
a much clowr organization of the city
whools." aid Mr. Fow ler. "I ta?lieve
nil the city KiiM-riniendeiil and princi
pals will tw reijuiretl hv law to make as
complete report and to fnrniati as accur
ate statistics h the county superinten
dents now are, and I hat their work will
b done more systematically. There
will la a revision of Ihe method of a
sesment and levying of taxes lajfotx
1910 and a consequent reduction of the
minimuiB levy. "Let ns hope that the
numlr of men (eachers employed, vliich
di-crensed 30 per ceut during the pst de
cade, wilt increase, while the numher of
women teachers, which deTeased only
about 4 percent, will remnin stationary.
In this connection I would call attention
to the fact that Ihe avetage "monthly
wages of men during the t-n years in
creased f:5 26, while that of Ihe women
decreased $1.02. In both there should
and must Ims a material increase if we
with to keep in the profession the better
Changes in the Schools.
"1 believe that in 1910 the enrollment!
will la? a larger percentage of the school j
population than in 1900, but w hat is of J
vastly mora importance, the average'
daily attendance will be a much larger;
per cent of the enrollment and of the!
school census than in 1900. The number
of sod anil log school building in the stale
will rapid) v decrease and the number of
frame school buildings will slightly de
crease, while the number of brick build
ings will increase. During the next ten
years there will !e a decrease in the total
number of school buildings in the state
of Nebraska through the consolidation of
rural school districts. There will be a
material increase in thehngth of the
term in many school districts of the stale;
and let us Ii"s3 that in 1910 our county
Superintendents will average at least
tl, 000 a year each. Our state teachers'
association, our great university and our
state normal school will increase their
enrollment materially. There wiil then
be three state normal schools. In 1910
in many of the ruraVportions of the state
the farmers' children will have the same
advantages of education in a 'ell arrang
ed, well organized, well grade!) school
that the village and ity pupils now en-
The above wasclipjied from be Omaha
Hee, and contains thoughts 'worthy of
consid ration by men of all political faiths.
In our two years work with Mr. Fowler
we have found him one of the most pro
gressive and aggressive educational mer.
in the state while it is true he is not
of our political belief,' but I feel sure Mr.
Fowler is so interested in the building up
of schools of Nebraska, that he has little
time to think of politics, and that should
be the aim of every one that represents
educational iuterests, let it he county,
or state, we are sure Mr. Fowler has done
as much for the common schools of Nabr
as any state Superintendent has done hi
the same time, and from this time forth
his work will show more progress, for
the educational work of the state Is a
large tiling, and it takes about 2 years to
fret the reins properly in the hand, and if
Mr. Fowler hi returned or reelected this
j fall to the off toe which I now 1111 10
well we may look for great advancement
in the educational work of the state fi r
he has visi'ed about every county in the
slate, and has not only viewed the enure
work but HjrorialIy knuws the coun'y
Superintendents, lliat he has to look t o
for help and information in advancing
the common or rural schools of which
he takes great interest, and that IS our
J. B. Burke
KIS5ING THE HAND.
The Practice tVaa Instituted br tba
Early llowan Rulcra.
The pn.cllcc of kissing the bands
was- "n.-Ututfd by the early Uoinan
rulora as a tnnrk of subjciiou as much
as oue of respect, and u.ider the lirst
Ciesar the custom was kept up, but
only for u tlino.
These worthies conceived the Ides
that the proper homage due to their
exalted station called for loss familiar
modes of oliclsauco, bo the privilege
of kissing the emperor's bund was re
served as u special mark of condescen
sion or distliiCtiou for ofilcua of high
No such restriction, however, was
placed on the emperors themselves,
who, If they wished to confer signal
honor on auy of their subjects, kissed
either the mouths or the eyes of those
they wished specially to favor, the kiss
generally Intimating some promotion
cr personal satisfaction for some
Roman fathers considered the prac
tice of kissing of so delicate a nature
that they never kissed their wives In
the presence of their daughters.
Then, too, only the nearest natives
were allowed to kiss their kindred of
the gentler sei on the mouth, for in
those days, as now, kissing wag not a
mere arbitrary sign, but it was the
spontaneous lunguage of the affections,
especially that of love.
Under the Homaus If a lover kissed
his betrotu"d before marriage she In
herited half of his worldly goods In the
event of bis death before the marriage
ceremony, and If she died her heritage
descended to her nearest relatives.
Twenty-eight years of
successful shoe building
In Ave great factories rep
resents satisfaction to
millions of shoe wearers.
Every pair of Selz Men's
FineShoes fully illustrate
this fact They make your
feet look well, no matter
what size you wear, and
combine the extreme 'of
style with perfection of
comfort and wearingvalne
HIGH QUALITIES LOW FnlCES.
Look for the sign of " Selz' It
marks the PopuUr Dealer.
el, .v.... vt it' i -sv:m.- ...
Satisfactory Shoes -Price-Quality-CWort-Btyia.
stu -lujim sus." SP.l .7. SCHWAB & CO.. ChlotfO.
O.I. W.I.L. I T
aciK rinmr wcigni.
Urjcsi Mittufscturer. of Boot and Shoe In the Worl4.
:iTfi8 Commercial Bank:1-
C. F. Coffer, President. F. W.Clarkk, Cashier
Chas. C Jameson. II. S. Clause,. A. McGwlkt
A PANTHER'S DEN.
Clean and Bright, la Decide Cea
traat to the Popnlar Idea.
It was my good fortune to discover
the newly abandoned lair of a cougar
family and further and to me new
evidence of that fastidious cleanliness
which Is a murked cluiracterlstlc of
the animal. This retreat was not at all
the typical "panther's den" of tradi
tion, but a bush grown harborage un
der the edge of a rock with Just enough
of shelf to keep off the rain. I should
not have found this breeding place but
for a certain well gnawed array of
bones scattered over a little smooth
bench above a creek channel. From
this boneyard there was a very tracea
ble path leading through grnss and
brush to the retreat where the dam
had housed her young. The evidence
Wre told 'plainly of ihe cougar's long
jjaBiutilty from annoyance and attack
and of a thoroughly Neunly habit of
life. There was no bone or other sign
of feasting about the lair. The-.jlnm
had carried her kill to the creek ten
In every Instance, and the children had
been colled to the dining room. As
bone which would have been crunch
ed or eaten by grown animals had
been perfectly cleaned by the kit 1
was able to Judge of their summer's
diet This had consisted mostly of
minor game, rabbits, marmots, grouse
and the like, with an occasional small
deer. At least one whole family of
badgers, old and young, bad been
aerved, pussy having probably lain for
them at their hole until they were all
In.-Franklln Welles Culklns In Out
ing. A War Ihe Haa.
Inquisitive Neighbor I bear that
your alster la engaged. Ia that true 7
Small Boy-I dare aay. Hue gener
f las aaa a BS1 aulffllbti Hfealt that
a t, Mf V T - J ItlBH w wjrtMsww ssrw
would have been a great man had ha
m.. ... A A Sw a Hl.ka
Stockmen having use for a bank at thk point may rely o
us to handle their entire Banking busines.
We axe prepared to take care of our trade at all time
' THE PIONEER PHARMACY.
Paints, OilSi Varnishes,
BOOks and STATIONARY.
J. E. PHINNEY, Proprietor.
011 left side
Cattle bra.idcd h"Wf. On U-ft Hip
ICENRY WEISE, roreman
P. O. Address, Glen, Neb
JOHN T. SNOW
rSj on ,u't "t"'"1'
branded oa left shoulder
on left aide.
Post Office Address,
,h LdV-r.tti. fix
Patrick, l ArtuY o. "
ed 011 lett sldo
are the property of Andrew Christian an
rsuge tributary lo Vsn Taaael Spring!.
" 1 ('- " Address,
' alMley, Wyo.
M'li.i 1 : ,
111 11 It It KT A HONS.
ed sauia us that
on cut on eith
er aide of animal.
And following on
left title of cattk.
on left aide of she stock.
on left side and hip.
Range on Running Water.
I'oaUifflce addreu, llarrlaon, Nebraska,
II K.N It Y WARNKKE.
ed on left aide.
r P. O. Addrras llarrlton, Nebraaka.
Henry L. Bhattuck of Slwllnburg, la.,
was cured of a stomach trouble with
winch he had been afflicted for years, by
four boxes of Chamberlain' Stomach and
Liver Tablets, He had previously triad
many other remedie and a number of
physicians without rane. or at vjf
i. R, Flnnoey. '
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DTM Drty rcara ago, jucauaon uma
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