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MMMUtWlMbiyi yonr BMut.Uke
l loOuwkaat. for ST l, rr r. Kuril art
I knuxl 75 nnu. tTcrr inf ur
ihUkm md adjoining euaatiea
I advwrllae tKrir brnnda m TheJoc-
ft cirrmialm all ever-Uur stata. It
tb aw of aarMaFBMneT lor sou
i ud minctwit u any party
r parUaa stealing r tf ia-nrlilt? any brand!
t sleek tisliinsrins; to tae iulerified ivr
P. K. J-AHDT.
or ligim lent nir
am led Jaw
ft bip of Cattle. Pot Oftlea, Hewitt,
i County. Nebraska.
) tiuraea branded
m left aide
on left nhou
later, rniie on Stldler Creek.
Any '.lock branded aa above being eatray
nt from my ra'ige, discovered by ay body
ijn giving ine infornmtlen will be rewarded.
Addie., Kt. ttobliwon, Nebraska
,.aMc and same on
fer 'f itoraea.
Ao some of the Horses
-tie are branded on Hide.
, tfMmlder some as (Vwi'tib
on the left
ed tor tli
Address, Harrteen, Nebraska.
any where on
left aide of the
Range on Prai
rie Cog and Hon
Address, Harrison. Nebraska
Thckrhat; Julv 9 , UUS.
C. V. Burke, Prop.
ENTKHKD IN THE POST OKKICK AT HAH
mw UttHH. At(Xi!i CLASS MATTKli
OK SIOUX COUNTY.
($uccerorf to MARSTELLKR BROS.)
One Dollar Per Year.
JOHS T. snow.
on lef 6 stroiil
branded on left shoulder
ana Cattle pY on left aide
Pout Office Address,
Patrick, larainieCo. Wyo.
JOHN' A. HANSON
Owns the follow
ingbrand on eith
er: Also HG on rat
tle and horse.
cattle on lertslde
horwi on left
HHDiee on Silver WprioRfl and east tfttstU
linij, Pofttoffloe Harrison NeM.
ed on hvftstde
same an cut
. arilt y $5.00 reward for each head
4af Lv' 'olvi lie's horses branded
,oa eurwr jaw or mign turned
,C7r v oftn Biewr on nooning
n utter, also $100.00 for proof toj
.coavict any person unlawfully handling
. aov of said horses.
W. J. A. Racm
BBEWSTKIi A Co.
Cattle brand- l
ed same an that
n rnt, either
.eft hip or on
left slion Id cr.
Rranded on left shoulder ol horsea
lind on left aide of cattle.
on right aide
And this i
M on j - j
right Hide of cattle too.
San )re on White River, near Glen.
Poat Office address. Wen, Selira.sk a.
ROBERT F. NF.KCK.
on left Bide
Alao cattle branded iLffl on left hip
viioatdor or aide. Kill
Range en rrl
Running Water. P. o. Addreaa
A (rate, Nebraska.
)S I ErTSIOk;
roat'jl-' e Hrtrrw. Chailroa Nebraaka.
(ed oaIeft Bide.
jk ii n ulnar Water
ar p. o. Addreaa llarrlaon, Vebnuka.
'.on Uiifht HID
.P. 0- Addreaa, Crawford, Xebraaka.
aa atKn .
left aide with
orar-bit en left
Range on Rnn
J nlng Water,
aame aa cut
are the prperty of Andiew Cbriatian anf
range tributary to Van Taiwel Spring!.
Horaea braaded with any of above branda.
Addri'sa. J. . AsbKiiaus,
J. R. IICNTEK.
aa ahown In
cut, on right
aide. hin. or
Also a on left aide. Right eai clipped
$IO0 REWAR.D will be paid forevidence
eon victing any one for running off or In
any way tampering with Htock having any
of the above br.ind or brands,
Ranch at Andrew!, Nebr,
Addreiw, llHrrison ?ebr.
on .'Igni aide
km .ne aa cut.
A '.d alao I) oh
Morse briyidedtffiS on right alicaiider
or jaw. Umige on vv , itte River, on the old
Dave Culville r.nch.
IMJl RKKT A SONS.
ed a-Ainw aa that
on cut on eith
er aide of ani
And Inllowlng on
left aide of cattle.
on lei i aide of alia itock.
on left aide and bip.
Range on Knnalng Water.
Post Office Addreaa, Harrlaon, Nebraaka,
Jf.O. iidaea. Marelaa4. jr.
i llmen anal cat-
r" j ..
'"Ajp. aaea eat.
Ky virtne of an order of aale laauetl by
the clerk of the dlatrlet court of Kioux Co.,
Nebraaka, upon a decree rendered In aald
court. In favor of John Wewr plaintiff and
againat Iaidor Kicbateln defendant, 1 will
on tbeRth dayol July, A. I. IMS, at one
o'clock In the afternoon of aald day, at the
eaat front dour of tae Cenrt Hoote of aald
county, at Karriaon, Nebraaka, aell at
puhliu auction to the highest bidder for
ciah In hand, the following deecrlbeal real
estate altuated In aald county to wit: The
onta Weat q waiter of the SoeUi- West quar
ter of Section three (I), aoatta Rest quarter
f the South taet qaartar of Section four (4)
and i he itorfh half ef the Worth West quar
tejof esetaon tea (10) In Townablp thirty
two (fl) Range tfty six (M) west of the sixth
frlneipal saerMan, to satisfy aald order of
ale la the rasa of three hand red sad ifty
mem dollars and tfty two esnts miM)
later eoet Bad eeralag east.
AUU 1AIWBV, .
Invite your inspnetion of our Cok1s for quality
and Prices for fairnerig. Our stock is as complete
as any and we expect to keep it to. Here in the,
line of DRY GOODS, SHIRTS, HATS, BOOTS
SHOES, etc. you will find everything in the latest
up-to-date styles and patterns.
GROCERIES, frenh and of the btvt quality. "
FLOUR, GRAIN, CURED MEATS.
Give us a trial. We will try to treat you right at
BOURRET & DAVIS-
CHARLES H. HEWHAH,
SUCCESSOR to G. W.HESTER,
Lumber, Doors, Sash, Lime, Coal, Wagons,
Buggies, and Machinery of all kinda.
AIho Wind-Mills, Towers, Piping, Pumps,
and everything in that line.
I alro carry a large stock of feed,
ground and unground.
I make a specialty of repairing Wind-mills.
Mail Orders will receive
J. D. WILKEK
All kinds of Gold and Silver work done.
Rings rnade to order.
All work guaranteed.
Harness made to order. ,
W SDOM r.
The Commercial Bank.
C. F. Coffee, President. F. W.Clarkk, CaahlOT
Chas. C, Jamkso!. IL S. Clarkk, A. McGiifLKf
Stockmen having uhc for a bank at this point may rely o
ua to handle their entire Banking busines,
We are prepared to take care of our trade at all time
VES! The Press-Jot rnal does Job Work. Neat,
Firtt Class and Up-To-l)ate.
Call in and get our prices on Business Cards, Note
Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes etc. """"
BREEZES FROM CENTRAL CITY.
Thia is fine corn growing weather and
the farmerx are very busy trying to get
the corn ahead of the weeds. We had
our first roeftxof string beans today, but
they did Dot come out of our garden.
Where the w ater did cot atand ptrdem.
are very good. Am glad to rejiort F. W.
well apain arid at work. Freddie haa
had the niea-sles pretty hard but ia
around all ntiht again and Bessie iadown
with them, ahe m a aight to behold aud
she had them when alie wam about a year
and a half old, bo thia la rather unexicl
ed. Phebe had never had them, but ahe
a ecu sea Bessie of being very Hellish and
taking them away from her. There are
a tfood many taking the measles the 2nd
time and unuallv pretty hard too. The
last Press-Journal brings the good news
that the S. S. convention at Bodure was
a success and we too would have enjoy
ed being there. We know of two earnest
workers i hut wee greatly missed at
that gathering, as befoie they have betti
such leaders and this is the first Bioux
connty convention held without them
The one has gone home" t his God,
who lie so faithfully seryed, and we know
Mrs. Rice will flud something to do for
the master where ever her lots may be
cast. We were so giiid ol her letter in
last Journal, for all l.m liiel.ds are glad
to know ol thi'se luM rlajs.
'fluting, Hilling, away, away,
All that we herish moat dear.
There is nothing on earth Hint will slay,
Hoses must die with Itiu year."
Verv few farmers have had lime to
atlend the stale S S. convention on
account ol the work being so behind.
0. C. will not celebrate only by picnics,
the mnjoritv will go to Orand Island.
June 1:9. 1903, Ci.io.
Will make the season at my place
on Monroe Creek, 7 miles north-west
Wisdom Jr., Sired by imported Clyde, Dam Beyen-eights
Siiire, weight 1,500 pounds.
Price: 16.00, to insure living colt. The money for ser
vice of Stallion will be due and payable at once in case
mares are sold or removed from the county.
;A ROBERT KEEL.
HE GAVE THE PARTICULARS.
PEEPCREKK LIVESTOCK Co
MranOed en left hip of Cattle
and on left cheek of Horses
Range on Deep Creek.
Andreas, Deep Creek Live Stock Co..
J. II. Haluckt. roretnan,
jjj Drugs, 2
IL Druggist's Sundries,
I Paints, Oils, Varnishes, i
J ) BOOkS and STATIONARY. 5
nl ' - i c Duikikirv r O
A vxJ rnimtti, rrvpriowr, o
How a North Dakota Man Described
a Piece of Land.
"In making a deal last year," Bald
a Detroit speculator, "I came into
possession of the deed to a certain
piece of land In North Dakota. The
value of the real estate was put at
i;00 and I paid taxes on It in January
and in February I wrote to the post
master of the nearest town to seud
me particulars concerning my hold
ings. I sent hlra $2 for bis trouble,"
said the speculator, according to the
Detroit Free Press, "and he earned
the money. He wroto back:
"Went over 'to see your land.
"Cussed poor road all the way,
"CuEaed poor road back again.
"Most of your land Is under water.
"What ain't under water is afflicted
"You've either got to wet It all up
or dry it ail out
"Can't burn up or ran away.
"Keep your taxes up and pray to
"Glad you sent me f 2 Instead of the
"If you want any further particu
lars I'll ship you a barrel of water."
A Strange Bequest
By the will of William Lysaght of
Monroe, Wis., Frank Mackey, a farm
band, receives a bequest of a farm
worth 125,000 on condition that be
shall keep testator's widow s carriage
clean and supply her with fresh milk
during the remainder of her life.
The Grocer's bream.
The following poem, which is printed
on the back of the cards used by John
Mulder, secretary and organizer of the
Wiscousoo Retail Grocers and Merchaols"
Association of LaCrosse, Wisconsoo, wllL
be appreucialed by retail grocers who
Last evening I was talking
Willi a grocer, aged and (ray,
Who told me of a dream he huai.
I think 'twas Christmas day.
While snoozing in his oflice,
The vision came to view,
For bn saw an angle enter
Dressed in garment white and Dew.
Suid ihe angle: 'Tin from lienven,
The Lord just sent me down
To bring you up to glory,
And put on your golden crown.
You've la-en a friend to everyone;
And worked hard, night and day;
You've supported niuuy thuuaitOaJ.
From lew received your pay:
So we wuiiljou up in glory.
For you iiuva labored hard,
And Hie good l-onl ja pre pa re log
Your eternal, just reward."
Then the angel mid the grocer
Started up toward glerv'o gate,
But when piisning Hades
The anel murmured: "Wait!
1 have a pine to show you,
it's the hot'est place in ,
Where the ones who never paid you
In tunnel. I always dwell.
And, behold, the grocer saw there-
His old atrons by the score
Arid, grabbing up a chair and fan,
He wished f.,r nothing more:
But was bound to sit and watch them
As they'd sizzle, singe and burn,
And bis eve would rest on debtors
Which ever wny they'd turn.
Said the angel: '" .'ome on, sirocer,
There's the jienrly gules 1 we."
But the grocer only muttered:
"This is heaven enough for nm."
Original of "Little Oorritt"
Mrs. Mary Ann Cooper, the original
of Dickens' Little Dorrltt, la sUll lly.
! 'n at tfca age of 80 years. Mrs. Coop
ers' home Is in Southgate, near Lon
don. Her family lived in Johnson
street, the Dickens family, and sba
and Charles were acquainted from ear
To too q Cold in Ono Bay
Dr. Hedin a Wide Traveler.
Dr. Andera 8ven Hedln, the lllua
trlous traveler, who lately returned
from a wonderful Asiatic journey,
was born at Stockholm on Feb. 19
1865. Stockholm, Uprala, Berlin and'
Halle contributed to his education
and his first expedition wst through
Persia "nd Mesopotamia In 1S&6K6.
In 18:0 he was a member of King
Oscar's embassy to the late shah of
Persia, and in the same year began
a Journey through Khorasan and. Tur
kestan. U 15)3 he started on what
proved I. be a four years' expedition
through Asia from Orenburg u
Pekln, via I.opnor and Thibet, ami
his late Journey thro rh nmch of tbe
same country and lncludli.r aeveru
trials In toe Oobl desort was begun
U UN and laded only last year.
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