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VOL. XYI. SA.ISOIT, ISTE IB A.S A, T JEX UE;3 ID A.TtT,
OJrDBHa 15. 1903. IN) O. IB
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LOCAL NEWS OF
Ih. T. H. Rpindlo, the Craw ford dentist,
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Zerbe were Harrison
visitor last Tuesday
Neis Anderson was a business visitor
in Harrison yesterday.
James Nolan van in from his ranch
on Indian creek Tuesday,
J. W. Tiild from Eckanl Sou Hi Iak.
wan in from his ranch Tuesday.
E. K.Pullen of Fort Robinson Incomes
reader of the Pttixs Jotrnal with this
Bioux County has had lots of rain this
full which only proves detriiiKjji'ai to our
One S inch Bain wagon f
qu.it at tin oflic
For a pleasant physic take Jtoamtier
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablet. Easy
to take. Fieasuot in Fir sale by
J. E. Mollingsworlh was in from his
riicii last, Monday. Mr Holhngs worth
aUmkii rather lonesome since XI rs. H. and
. -in siren left for California.
Jw Statmiey returned hmne Sunday
in let.ponse to a telegram that. Ins wife
wn seriously ill, ht we are .'hid lo siy
thut tJie i improving:, init. slow I v.
iMvo Bartiett and familv left last
Saturday mortiint; for California. He
disposed nf his interests here atl will
make his tmine in the future in t i.at stale.
J. r.. Arner ww a il irnson visiior lasi ,
TovHt.iv, while here Mr. Amur ml-crih
ed lor the I'IIKnS Jtit'PNAL that lie rti.u'ht
kfty. p.isUsJ on wltitf going vu iu the
We notice in the fi-irdon Journal thai
Mis. I. H. finsivuld was sick l;st we. k
hut was itiipciivinr at lat asoin.ts.
Mr. inswii. h;is nianv fin-nds here who
win feel ii.tA-resled m her recovery.
Yestwtay v.hi1e t hnrl ( 'a Jimenzmd.
r1 family were alisent from tneir home
from some nnknowM -auv the liousi;
look lire i' 1 every lhuiW,i ion.unied
xi t pt a comm-..:e that stood near the
M. It Jordan t'.w c;iTididit rominnted
f 01 county treasurer hy Ih' !! iiohln an 1
last Sn'ordav has ibsdined to make the!
race, and many more will wish thev had
h-eu a wise , Mr. Jordan alter the votes
..rtl in November.
Vr. w.llhea ,.i tt. lml 1 in
1'nrrmon. Oct. '22. The siium nmsar will j
lie furm-hed ns has lieen heretofore, also
siccoinniod.ilioiis, oome till, and enjoy J
vourselvevi. K. L 1 fS.
ir ferm n t.peciI to the Omaha
World Herri hi that KiVeniont H. U. is
iiaving ignite a. hi cm. Tt ranchmen
I leaded hv It S Ttitibs nt e lea ntng up
the old F.Igen.ont ditch and aiegoint
to irrigal all thv Iwal under this iht-h
wluti was votist.nicted soul years ago.
On Inst Frirlay fire broke out in J. II.
Wiiliermsrlor'ers harness shop, no oii
lieinic 111 the buildup at the time the fire
was hurninir furiously when discovered.
The ready response of every one soon
lrn.i(;ht the flames under subject ion, but j
Hot before it hud about destroyed I h" en- j
1 ire skk k of i;ood. Mr. WitiieriiisSorfr
whs eai-ryiRf' liikiiriince, tail It is ooini
fnll if he receives the full amount of
lninagw done to his stock of Roods, but
we hope h won't sustain my w-riotis
LIST OF JVR.OR.S.
Lit of jurors for October term of
Court: Henry T'leckenliroi k, Millard
Thayer, Stephen Serres, James R. Jrlm-j
on, I an Slatlery. tieorge 1 lapp, jonn
lheckmann, Oeorpe Weber. A. L Hteig,
Jacob J. Heory, llenrv J. ltise, David
lltrllett, Walter Keed, T. 0. Williams,
Walter fi. Heath, W. K. Heldcti, Fred
I'il!ioff, Frank Miller, S J. Lselmg,
llilnrtl ).ie,n. N-l Ahiniioti, James
Wilson, Ired Witt, August M.ner.
Cilned Forty Pound In Thlrtr Dv
For several inouihs our jounif let lb
hml lieen lroildd wnh mdigestion.
It.- tnl several remedies Isit Kt 110
'lit from them. W e purchased some of
f liiiinbrrlHiii'a Stomach mid Liver Tab.
Ids and Im cummeiHsid Kking them.
luside.Xthir'vd. is he liatl pniti. d for' v
,od, inn..,,, Jle is now fullv recover.
.. V.V have n w..e trade o,, the TaWl.
riM I . (.1 . l.o to
l .-sJi, '! ')' "' "gits.
T I V T? Ii VH HT 1 1 I? r? Tt "
IllIVly AINU 1 Illy lvlvj
4"M"!',4i'-f5"t ?Ha3..jH. .j-Minj.
Hie Crawford dentist, Ur. T, II. Spindlo.
fVrl M. Lux, of C'ot ton wood precinet,
was fiiiniinated hv tl,
IX-mooratH of thati 'Minly on Saturday 8
aamilidate for county treasurer: Mr.
Lux is "at linn e" with MKUiea Und is
'h mest s the day is lonr." His friends
are as numerous as bin nt (juaiiiUiia es
and we predict his election by a bi
majority. Crawford Bullotin.
Ran b. Ten Porvny Nll ThrougK Hi
While opening a I...X. J. C. Mount . of
Three ..llle Hiy. N. ran a ten ,enuy
nail thruu-h the fleshy part of his hand.
"IthouKlit at once of all the pain l-nd
iren., VI.... would cause me," lie .ays.
l i llt 1 m uni 1ulr aiiii iui I 'in n, Lupin n.
Uwa, 1 17 ii.ni. hi... .
Pain Halm and s eas onally afterwards.
'lo my hur,.nse it removed all pain and
soren-ss ami the injuried parts
healed." rorsalehy AIIDrug-isls.
Strayed one white pilnv mare tiranded
4-k on left hip, Horrel colt white strip in
face tiy side, also one hrown pony mare
branded X or cross on riht shoulder
with wire cut across breast with roan
colt by side; two dollars reward per head
w ill he civeii for information leading to
t heir recovery.
C. J. and I'.DWW Mavm.
'ra wford Nelir.
He t.pa.med . Croat Tru'.K.
It is said (I John U ,-sley lliat lie once
said t o ,.Iisiress V esley : "Why do you
tell Hint child lli sum' tiling nvr und j w?re willing to d.i so iii;uiii, had lie re
over ii;.r.,iii'r" "Ji ici Wesley, Is cause 1 ci veil t he noin iuat in. I'olit ios cai.'t tie
once is tad eiirniuli.' . It, is for t Ins same id led np-on, :ind espeeitil I y w hen there; Is
res -on that you ure to. aain that 'it Iittie preju lice "tie ups are made
( 'ham I" flam's Unuli Itemed v cures colds
anil r;p; th.it. it fouui'Tacts any ten
der:cv of these io result m .neuiuonia,
;ind 1 list it is pleas, mi an I sale lo take.
1'or s;tie by Ail iirugists.
The Arirmnl Sunday School ronveution
of I lawes coc.niy was Intd at. Cmwloid
iiMil Sat uidiiv. '1 he attendance ivnsooil
inrid I he interest taken in tlie work w as
I ifiRpiriojr. The !eie;;ste irere kmdlv
j cared for by the citizens of I 'raw ford, ami
f the day will U-lonj remaindered hv thosei
J present as lo the many kindness- show n
j tU'in. and the abl e and e'licient - ihkiumm-
j in w hich the prenienl, Hev. John Aodress
I of Chadron pi elided over t le ineetiris.
The RVpoblie-uis vd, on la, .tor.lav
and nominated tlm following -nr.tv
L. V. 'nTitjii, :!erk: Rnsvoii piecinct
M. !. Jordan. Treas. Snt'ar Loaf
E '' l-nn- K n"w('"
J- II- WdlM.rmsaorfer, .lodge. Howe.,
Soh.mou R. Smrv, Assessor. Antelope
I .John liorkv, Supt. Mon'rosH
Mat Ha II, Surveyor, Hat-Vek
! A' '' A ",e- "'-"
Aiif-ostL. llintr, mine in Momlfiy to
it tend colli t , not hitvius received notice
ttmt court was adjourned until the h.
j There must lie souietlnnv: wrontr with
' 1,'ncle Sam's service f r the 11:ws.
; .hn. KNlil, left Iter Thiif sl i v nicht. and
i hhould have hei-n to A rdmore hv S.i'ur
day anywav but Mr. Umg intones us
Hat he don't t;et it t t m,es unt il Tui-s-day
nearly one week after il is mailed
Som nien express Ihrir admiration for
I a woman w ho can siici -est ully icin igea
business enterprise. It does not take as
; much courage and ability to run store
i or a newt-paper as p does to keen house
successfullv, bring up a family of child-;
rirI1 j t. f,,.,r of t h- Lrrd, and, hv pray-'
r aI,(j ti;iiti strength, hold some vacilhtt-
inr lonj f creation within a niiiei if his :
marriage vws. Stuart Ledger.
LISTKESS WAHUANT SALE.
I will sell at public miction on ( Ictohi-.r
JO. l!M:l at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day,
ut James F. Hanuan's place of residence, '
in Andrews precinct, iu Sioux county,
Nebraska, for ('.anh in hand, to the high
est, bidder, the following deserilied
Six oos with calves by their sidu
Four dry cows
Four one-year old steers
Four two vear old heifers.
For lX"s for the years of IfMlo, 1!il.
IsslTi. ltslMi, lSfli, !Sli'.l, l'.I'VI, l'JIll, l'.tdj
and I'JOVJ Al.FX LowltV,
Sheriff of said county. j
Vt t r don't fnrpet, w hen you coma to
I... I.,. II., I II ..I lieleeM
.11.1 . . r
Vfelovor Ktiil .1 .1 1 hllTim I on are I w o ol ,
,..,, .,(,., 1, i
the most competent Judges that we have 1
ever had in the injudicial
1 . ...... 'la
lisiricv. 1 in v 1
h ve, never handed down an opinion jet
that was intended to dodge the merit of j
the ca-e no matter who It hurl, or who it
!',, l(,eir decisions have lam,, clear
and ,rrsl,ediv ot l-raofia l,l.d l n
1...,.- -o. l, n..ii t (ut (In not. fear to io Ilia ,
rnjhlthi.iK wd.y not keep Uiejw,
To Tilt; Voter of Nioti County,
'Suieriiiteu,i..nl be"ti t-ndivl me, 1
. tak thm nrt unity of nay in; that 1
K'",l,t fi:l"1 "inc"'- lf il 1,J d"-
hire of the citizens of tlm county tint I
: hiil take il a tin. I am kur: that my
interest for the educational work has not
j filiated " the least, and if elected mv
-Wv.r . nri effci-t JI be to adc
! work. My resi-nalion of this work
ni time ai;o nas mit th.it I had niiv
j la lt ol interest in tlie wor.;, tnt tur
reasons of my own which I J i nut ran! j
I s1ftt bere. I can't very well cnntiou.i j
i in work that I am now eina'sl I
jn w iilmut e:ivin tiie coim'y, and then
j rol(( noj )H ,,IIH lls much as I 'hnuld.
r,lh.,i , ,, lt cnra C) B j.ir(fo !V .
, f;t,ivas m:ne is too much fur my w,fe,
! t li-r-I ore I leel that it is not the ri-ht
, ,r , (() H am, especially
j wh,. , ,e rofy ,,av,
j S((lotj Ytv inn m raithfullv irrpspertiVH of
, Mr, '. (l(,v ' dn ,
vo ,.)t ,nv a(lnjnlHtratio.i .11
! lltt for the advaoceui-.it. of the e,, at ion-
work tlf U(e V) ,,, l(,ics.
Very UesjKcl f u i I v
J. li. fSUUKC.
Tin re has Veil a prea impression
brought, to Is-ar en Mr. Win. J. A li.iiiiii
that he has been shamefully used by the
Ivmncrats, anil that, he should retaliate
in some wav. We. have known Mr.
ft iu m for a number of ymrs and have
been a close friend of lus for the past
three ears or more, we can sa y t ins
ithuiit. it ur of en! t r.oh'cl i.m. that Mr.
Ki'iin is ioe uiiK'h ol a man to fors.ike
the party and lus many (i lends that, have
! s'ood 1 y him f ir tile pus; four ears, and
will 'l '"il't expel led. 1"; was the case 111
the convention that defeated him for the
no .low t ion. There i- no qm shon hot
what he w o'll.l have been re-elect d even
though for a third term, had he received
the notoicat ion ; bu t. a-t It i we nil, stale
lh.it he will mpnurt. the ticket til.'.t. has
h(-u iioiuiiiau-u, idlhcf,t,h tie tias not
said t() i,h thai he woual: hut we Umnv
the man, "'.Mr. Kiuin has timde an euvia-
j ,. 1 , cor. I as count V del I.
j turns the oliice over to hi
tiid when he
an do so kuo , irm- th.it he has never
J hut.-d lo accomm, hi, it - and help any one
t ,a t need his coiic-il or loop. His
j msiy fi -.ei.-ls w ho have supported him
! can a I .--a s ioid,- upon h ,01 as one that
I never lndrad the coi.lidciice that tlav
l iu4V(. !",,, , . r,,u,f tiH-v
j iJ V iiin .,( , ,.,,,, lH tt,rk
i that iu a few months he will lav down
ki,owii. that it was honestly
In FreViy lirnsis-
A icmc-kin j:ivw till H -1 1 1
In a ir ten sji il in K.iuas;
()r,e niyu sseil anodier with
1 a t.
In a v.ayi-ide j lint in K in-.i-:
l.idpole even turaid to a wlril
Analligitor st-nuig from a wo;
And a shitepoke mated with ;
In a )iiri; soim where in Kmsi
TLereV a lean with eyes ill toe
In the f.-eat( stiilo of T T-"is;
A won. .111 wait g
1 her tongue who had
Ion;; been dead,
Out here in sunny K.ina.
A covide (lined on a iraeehiig nmn,
,1 In tel run on retrenchment plan.
Used hul'.ilo .bqis iftder a frying pan.
In a prune townn Kansas.
I'.mtam rooster I.00 a Ih-.ihnia eivg
In a hennerr here m K msas;
A man was horn with 11 wo, den leg,
And ft" hobbles around 10 Kansas:
A farmer has a cow wiih le-r K.it
Al-o a hog that won't touch slop;
Hot there never is a failure in the big
Out here in Kansas. Kx.
.j..;..; ..J..;-! ?; .;: t'
OVER IN VYOMING.
T-M-V-H -I 1-r-M- -. M- H ! l-H-V '' V
! Ilill hatio is diguing Wilsons potatoes
! this w c( k.
j Mr. Newlin came nit lo the Unlge Moil
' day to dig his later crop.
Oscar Hol ies, who is working for Mr.
Sides, was home Sunday,
Mr. l'ancher. L.br, ami II iiiilin look
grili ( Lsk Inst Silnrd.iy.
"..duel" sui'cess.ii' l irgot to sign his j
Items last week, h will try and do belt-r !
The west school of Mist. No. 7 will
H'L'Ill Aloliuav 1 yci. 1.11 11 w 1 1 11 in iss ,-i;o( 1 K
of Ithsica N. Y- ns teat her.
I . 1 . f. . 1 , I
" ,"1"",'r "lr ' I
News are. scarcer tbnu den teet.it, ami ,
the writer very busy, but about ..II there .
is to say, is that, everybody Is Pll,.r
lliiusinnL- or (ii"Kinur imaioes ur 0010.
War Bonnet Topics.
Hill Harvey was at Uuslave NureisHn-s
Mrs. Scott, visitrxl at the S E last
Mr. noil Mrs. .J. B Burke visited at tin;
I K last Imi'sd.iv.
Mr.''., (iustavrt NoreiS"h visited with I
J.r l-'mltiy Sunday. - j
Joe (in mm started to school last week j
th.it nukes 10 scholars enrolled.
Will f J ri in ill crime home to visit, hut j
returned to tiie jiair, Monday. j
Miss Aice Slalterr is stuviug- on h-r
ci.imi on the f'.ivido cooking fur thresliers i
this wi-k. :
Mrs. Cimest Lyons an I Mrj. .1 -'in
j Jiarte.'l n.'adea hu-iriess trip to tin va!!ev
j one ,!..v ti-t wee;.
M;, Mahle Ihclow who is tc-chin-in
; j djt,,,t s(,!.nt Saturday uo
j Sunday at her home on the divide.
I KoM. Keel, Frank Scott and Mr.
! Dunl.ip oheyed Mr. ZerhMs orders and
i worked the road, which re'iliy
Lit 'le Sammy Knori had a spasm last
Fr.day and he bus IiOen q uite sick ever
since - mia'ile to know the (iiu. 1 hope
he will s.ioii recover.
.. Mrs. Jack Finley and her son R'nnie
slarlcd (o low n m a curt Saturday wlii-e.
j one of the w heels smashed, but fort uo
j iitely they wasn't, off of their p!a-e, and
W didn't have for to oback.
Mr. uprl Mrs. ( Mem l,"rdm took-a line
new rocking vlu.ir hotie from town Sit.
uriiiy Mr. Lis -1 in-' ,-avs it is Ins. but I
j think it i- for schoolrnarnis as I know
j I V are fond of rocking chairs.
M.-'s Fvnnia and (inssie Nnreisch
ntieiidp-l t'ae P. irt'.jtt farewell dance in
I hi'i ison Frid;iv ni.:ht. They report tine
ris'isi'i hv Mr. H n-lb-tt and daughter ami
j Mrs I .iinrt. Isunpose Mr. t'.irllett
j is in the hind of "oiiii: and honey" by this
; "me, pro:-pi.-rtly he his. is the wishes of
Mr. Keel had lian ln.vi. rrnnriri fliirke
j and frank l'nii.nev onl iron, toen pi, 1:
j !i;r op r,.-ttoeti Satunlav. Seems queer
I a man will go out of tho neitibor'iood
I for hel n hen 111, re isnlentv cfi:ooii
UiVs right nrmind hot) siioiling for a job,
hut, evi i v one to 1 .1" - ov;n hkeirg. 1 am
;ih MviKMte of putlViiixui.i home inud.s
j M'i-s Opivete Punii "-as cimiing home
i with iliss Noil.a Soot, 'i herfc were three
I ruling close together when one horse
j lin ked at 4 he other and struck Olh.elte
j on the ankle and almost broke it. t is
quite badly bruised, hut. no hones broken.
She Mayed 'overnight with us then re.
turned home to sp.-nd the eight. I a-fore
Coicg back to tow n to sciiool.
M". ami Mrs N. wiin hav mv decpesi
svmpaloy in their sad bet eavnient.. I
kuo-v hoe to s Mipatiis.e but jini al'Viiys
uo:;!ile '.o eprs.sit. I never h id tlie
i xperienro of oiis-,ur any of 11. v little
eiies, hut I am the ii ot 1 1" r of s children
ai.ii I know we h;ivi rifire to spare, and
It seems hke we would llil.'i the Ir.lby
ioo-i, Hot I think fod lakes our dear
one-, ti an Oslo make us strive the
j h ari'er f.'f bt-aveii that, we iiiai' meet
! Ih "in iie.iin, fee we kn ow the title out s
are surely ill Hen veil at ret., (hid i:
I yvnr tuily real coicfo't :ilt!iouoi your
! friends ti'v i in ril to coiisi.'Iii ion 11) your
Tie-re l as Iteeli :
great deal said 11 bout.
I emocr.'.t io cMiihdate
v 1 Ilia 111 ( ia i hai t ,
.tor oiuiiti i Jerk, not tarriing his own
' (.r-t'iuct, hn it '':ii' liii invest ig i t ion o
j to s u p ,rt. we will s-iv. if Mi-, tiny lint't
, efs as nianv votes it; all t he pi ctiicts ,ts
, lie dots in hrs own h-, will he f bs't.vl h
I the l.irge-.t uiiij o'i'v of any man 1 hi. 1 has
ever bi-eu M caudidide for this office.
I 'A'Iki every I 'emocra' and Populist want
I to do is to s tand hy t heir 1 ickci , nolw 11 h
I shind'ng I he Ic-nii Id ieat.s have been
til mg plums to i.ps ibat would :iceet
them. Our principles are the same to
' il'yasthey were years ago, and if they
v ere ritlit tli'-n tletv are right now.
What we want is men tliat liave stood
' the drouths mid fouxht the battles jn the
iieat ol the day that our county might.
st .did as she is lo ll 1 J , I he haulier fount J'
of 'he state financiai'y, and this has only
b.-eii brought abcut h tint lalsirs and
the iiiiin . s:,i rdii es loiule by the small
ri.iK Ik r w ho lii's stood nt his pot so
manfully. We don't did that tlie voters
will lors.ike tint men that have labored
thus, and especially desert the initti that
is a candid. itn for t he le st pay ing otlice
, ,, county ,,r n ,n;l!, that, can t, hardl y
,.. )rw n tax i,ier, and has been j
the representative of it rail road corpor-
at ion nil tin turn In ii as linen a resident
. ,., . ,,,,('
01 1111; oiiinn . oe iMiiiiiL ni.iii iu .
Pontius, the It, publican candidate lor
-I. . , ,.,l m I ...-.. , 1, I
' K ' I"""
i"" .i.ieou ,s , ..r
busts of others throughout tno cnuntry
a ...-, .ur I"
So voter nt 11 ml by your mart ft"' clerk as .
well as thu j'ksI. id the jt kJ. ,
Love to buy good goods at the lovest pricp vc- .b!
and the place to do this is at'
G KL AC U H GENKR AL STO HE.
In clothitiy. Gouts furnishing, Goods.
Boots und Shoes. - -
We ;tre rw.'iy to compete with the world,
and the way to prove it, is to give, us a trial..
Come a nd
Are Tho M'in.
The .ludical caiupaiau in this (hs'rict i
isofiooie than passing importance to;
stockmen, and they are showing their j
interest by taking a more active part iu I
the campaign tln.n is usually theca.se)
with them. It is safe to say that four-!
j rjfti,s 0f ,,a cattlemen of lbs disirict are j
supporting the fusion nominees. j
A incniinent st knian. a niemlKT of;
one of the largest, cattle companies in
north west Nebraska, ill speaking of the
judicial sit nation expiessed hims
11110.11:1! liedly as beinn iu lavor of fudges
Wistov-. r and Harrn.gtou. He said,
"t!:is is an install,:.' in which Mark Man
ila's advice, 'let. rtell enough alone'
coincides wild the views of tho cattle
men. We are (or the reelection ol
Wi st over and Harrington. And why
shouldn't we he' Prior to the election of
Jinige Weslover our employees spent a,
lai'u portion ofth.ii' 1111111 in chasing
down cattle rnslh r and endeavoring to
recover stolen ealth-, and our cianpany
expand ,-d thousands of dollars in seek. mo
to get cu'i v e t loii ol lln.se a! iesU;u; but
uiic.ci' the lax system of eifoi ring the
l.i'.v titic Uiue and money was large 1 .,
tnrown away. Aflcr VV.'stover was
eiei led ;,oi.'ie was a uecided cti.uige for
the belter, fi pfisonally know) that
during the (irat year b.i '..iiitm tlie bench
hesjiit twenty three cattle the t i-s to the
leui 1 el 1 i i- ry 011 big tii:i.i sent (.nei-s.
Ti tit I prae! icaily put a slop lo cii 1 1 1
stealing in ibis district
Since that time
iiehnvii't txpend'jd a dollar in running
doAii cattle thieves. Tlie ti.lt ie me:,
haven't forgotten what they owe to Judge
Vi'estover. and they arc now in a position
where they can p;,rl!y repay him. Every
111,111 who has a herd of cattle can wall;
iilford 10'pat 11 lew days work among Ins
neighbors In lini his reelection. u
n-garil to Judge Harrington, while the
cattle rust hug was almost i ul ii ely des
Iroyed I fore he was elected to the bench,
yet 01 the cases tii d before him be Ims
billowed closely iu the foot, steps c f J il'.ie e
V.'isJovee. It is safe to say that every
cat tie tlnel thai has been in his court uot
I all thill was coming to him."
! Theie can be no question but the state.-
j uieni. above quoted voices the Rentiiiicu'
j of c. title men generail i" in the dis1 net.
I 1, icy 1I0 not. care to exchange men who
I have hern 1 rtetl and not found wauling:
I for men they know nothing ,1 bout.
j Part isa n-hip cuts but itttie figure in
jjiniiciiil elections with the stockmen.
j 1 1 ii-s wan; mi n on tin: lunch oliun they j
i Know ;uai f;;n trust. Men vl,o will see)
that I let laws are eiifo, c.l wilhoui fr-.ir 1
or favor, "n our jiresent j nliies lii"
lile bavo the 1 it in. 1st (audi leteje.
records on the bench ur- cnt'i'ely satis'in
lory lo the poopi- c ipe distrb.t. and w
cel.!;. ei,i I y pi'edici their l e dec' ion by 1
large iiti.jrir.ty Valentin" Is'iimcrat.
A!iMiV;sTi;.. TOR'S SALR.
''nl ice ii- ivri liv 1'ivi'll, ttlill I. ( bl'l s K.
iCoi'o'e, Ailniilil"11.a1oi oi Hie 1 ' ale o''
-..lllllel bittlitieloti ' oll'ee, 'ieceaseil, taO- ol
! Molix cotltit.v, Nebl a-ka, tlafa-r ti!: ! 'j.v -. ;r".l .'
I of a lleeiei !o me tr. i.ti i' I'V tli ill-trift
i eotn t ol s:,l ! eouiitv, to sell 1 iie ieai ei,l.ile
i ol said deceased, wi.l, en tlie "111. dlty of'
.'-iivriiilie: , A. Il, I'.ii ti, ut. one o'eto.-l; in tlie
J afternoon o! ' hd .i:.y, ai llnoo .l I ront rjoor
' ill the coin t hole 01 the villaf" of HillTNoil i
In said eoicity. oiler for s.oe ut jm ihe
vendue, to the liljrliest hi Ider for : -ti, or
jito t eash 10. d pari credii on the iistial term.. 1
' t lie lolhcvhllj declined pteoiis's unit lH.ll
' ('"late hi t no t ii in said f'otoi ly.ii n 1 h 'leag'itj:
to tin' c-tilo ot Maul dfreu-i'il, tnrvil: 'tie
!-ntlUlu-cl (plt't ter of eectioii t hil I v thic;
, (:;tl ill tioviislo) thil'.y tlllee (na tiortil ot
, rttittv' t'tfiy four i 'l1. ne.,i ia s.ttd 1 niv,
i Also 1 1 e lolai'.l ItlK (Tilled lea I Is',;
wit: The noithwcMt (jtin'ter ol seet-o-i
three (;;) in towiilii)i tidi ly one ;;M t.or'li
of riiiiire lllly six (.'1'.; west In stiid coHtiti,
for tlie jiiii'j.osi; ol piiy lr..- Hie valid "lioais
mid ch.ir. m Hgalust. tlie estat ol hi id
Hilled at Harrison, Vein-., Or. loher tst, l"tt:;.
A. W. cm r.. I 'll HCI.KS . ( oFc r..'..
AlUnney for Adiiiinl'.t.r..Uir
41 13 18
One nf the ftiidrrd freak of ttat'tro
Hint Mlftrotirl ever prnduend v;;ft
u ln io J'1' :"- i"w ua.vt! ni.t,
ny r.t'ra amic i.ro nays, jt ra.. ft
young titr!-p- Inv'ns (wo Lf a.!3. H rri
I lllP, FiX l'-gs, id.; wliifTft VV.'l fctti' fl"i'.
An It dfr'i t-orn afftr hcltii; htitr V, ;vl ,
It. was plscrrt Ir, clfol.nl. fi nt) la in.
Dn.e'.Jilblllnn fn tho window ct a r.ru;; :
MOT lA ITc'-jaUJi Hiii.
.'e us any way and be social. "
i A. J. AMES, M. I).
I'i.ysiciaa u 1 KnTgroit.
All culls given prompt altentinn.
O'ik-e at I Viuiir.ercial Holl
or Jjriig Store.
HARRISON - .HKlltA.K A
J. H. LACY.
We have our building completed nW'
and ha a new supply of goods, and wiH
sell llieiii right .
Lumber, lath, sash, doors, .
lime, cement, and building,
material of ai i kiniid.
Harness. Saddles, and
Flour. Feed, and Grain.
l'i:nt. Oils & etc.
I ;im irent for the Wood
manse wind-mill. Hav-,-? a.
supply of pump fittings on
h.vnd.- Come in and get my
j prices whether you buy or.:
Direct lira to St. Piul Mlnepolla.
j Direct Una to Black Hill.
1 AprW to nearer.! fxfiem for rites, mr.pt
t v.nd time :k?t:.
No. I'd, One S;:;ft
K ".'. Bc.'in.s.
O. 4, I hie S;'.
- Inc. let. Id
i j. E. PHIS KEY,
ANJUU:ws ih'.iiCK ..
Arrasricin Cocc;.i Fine! s0f;
Accor iit t; to a C ?.?: an cor i,en,-).-.r-arr.
A i n r i : t -tv. ' r in v.-- t-t'.tdfi
end r rh 'r.ol Kboos hate r.is.-lr- tUiir ap-lie,-..'
r.i r ( o" Ct- G-.c't-ior. r..ar!'c. atiJ-'
their in:prrh, It, ir, f.axi, are Kt-?.';(iJ
Great Ccifc .
Tl-o rr 1 .i'.i; ' :': k
Cortitons dti i! ! '. ;
cup; fire driitii. each da;
apo r.ian and '-. -i.'.ii:. Tha coCoe J
made very rtronr; JiJid very awoct.
Mot a P.-33!t Vow.
The r,o-d":. kt-bol vofrt-nieols mow
nt.r.f. is r.-ptdly !.-rjc:ulir o-( - Crc:t.
Ilfl.alf. Pov.-f vcr, it c,a""int. ho callo l
a p nty ..ran re wave, Iri'.-mv.r'h att a,
fir. nor of t:to plotls til.:'. ply pr irtlpct
ri to dri'ik H'-nor of on? klSd "0.:
ccjit. at my iniihnv and cvoiilog ,
me-Is." It i- n't a very ra.'.i vow ftr 3.
itiodoi'iil" rrifk.rr to iral.n.
To Pelieve London rilurrs.
AprcptiR nf t';o cfforl.t of thr Iipdoni
cmirty council to tirevort furl iter con-
(.s(,'on n hp V.'hlticliapol district
and io word out i.hc pop'ilaclt.r there-
at It Is it prtwnt, lt Is htatn'1 by the-
Jrtwteh Ch'Ttilelrt tlmt Sir Kmuol'
?u0ta';t bti" 'ilrerd at. th? (11s.vi1 nl'
the etmncll J'f.f t.'h for flip provli-lan of
v.otkh t-tep'u rotate!! nt rd-nonton...
prcfer T.rp 'o he ilvpn to tbese fe.
ant.s vo (r.f" fn" trore thn thre
yprtrn frml h' TVidlhnpc!. Tat-v
rofie'l t' t o'cp Ijitild fn-osi
tt 5' a 'e fa 3 g
w . L s.v" -'"l
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