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VOL. XVI. H-fVHI&ISOIT,
J-JLNXTjj 28 . 1904. NO. 31
LOCAL NEWS OF
Quarterly meeting iwit Hood jr.
The Crawford dentist U Dr. ftfindlo.
Jama Wilaaa was up from Gilchrist
F, E- Jnadt was io town tha first of
O. H. Turner waa up from Grammerx-y
Prof amor Morris confined to bin
bed fur a couple of day on account of
A fraah barrel of pure apple cider at
George Uill wns down from tha VT
Joe Bturdivaot waa up from Hewitt
Mm I . Davis had tha Grippe for a few
day Wat waak.
laom lfelntoab moved his fam.lv to
town lat waak.
E4 Lyon hat baaa hauling wood for
tX ijt '.wo waaks.
' fH.-k Lvvt-r, from ' hadron, n dotnj
t . f.fiM lie re MoikS.vv.
Lxilted.aa though we were Koing to
a blizzard yesterday, but ll looks
different this inorain;.
John Harm an wa down from Eukar d
8oUi Uakota last Friday .
(iaorge William baa baan tuateling
with tha Onppa tha past waak.
To Timothy A familiar face would
Ilka to see mora news from Carey in tha
' Miss Tuppar had the school home all
to issrerlf Holiday, a the other twtche r
We hear thit Kim Amy Chrittiaa,
teacher of Uw B-Nitre school, is sick in
ban with tha LaGnppe.
TO iXKK ACUI.II IN OWE DAT.
lake lsitUve Hro o.yulnlue Wblet. All
antce-lut refund the money it it fll to
earn. K. W. Wrove't ttgnatare Uouoiuh
Faopla ho Id i 01 three star ribbon coffee
tickets plaaao bring thetjp. in and hav
tanuirnt a Davis.
Re, Daniels received wor.l Monday of
the etriov illness of hiasistar, Mrs. EJ
Csinetjof Emmet. Idaho, wl.o i not
expat-ted to live. He laf t Tuesday nioru
iogjfor bar bad aida.
Lost Between Harrison and M. J.
Carroll's place, a 2li rifle. Any person
Hndtng Uw same pleaxe leave at the Jour
Dal office, and obliged.
law Kavea Bsouteten Tlekata la
Via (ha North -Western Line, will be
old on January 10 to 21, inclusive,
limited to return uoti I February 1. in
elusive, on account of Farmers' lotlute
sod various kindred meeting. Apply to
Agia Cmef o aV North-wet tarn By
j The M. V, A. Band v. ill give shadow
' aecMat the Hall Wednesday evening,
Feb. Ird. 1M4. All ladies are invited to
oome nd brtaf baskets with supper for
' two, wtitofc will be sold at aucUoo to the
highest bidder. There will be no dance
I Bead the minutes of tha martin A
I of mm of our promiuent tUwkmtn
imw.il as Wjo. and 8. Lb. TIiim
C. TSi"Z ition has baaa talked of for some
t,it:. bit is no an actual fact, and we
ml K-xf tN.H much needed association
be n. grv.ti. help aad protection to it
J. T. Co (Tee wont to Chad ran Monday
We learn tbet the little atepeoo of
Ttmnan IVtjtf f- aick with diphtheria.
Tk surprise party Monday evening at
'the home of John Berrae in hooor of Miss
Iiixie was much enjoyed by those who
Tk4 open winter doe not seem to
tgree with tha people in thia vicinity as
pita nnajnar are eu Serin the general
Mr. M. giwajarman haa bean quite
jok far tha "aat twa weeks. We learned
0uaday aha waa better, aad able to sit op
test af tha Mnaa,
f HERE AND THERE
Dr. 8piodlo the Crawford daatiat.
Mis Lela Heroo and Mine Elhel Com
berlaod droiiad into our sanctum rsai
Saturday to learn the mysteries of get
ting out a newspaper, but not to get
their names in the paper. We bainic pre
lit look great pains to show them how
each word ie put together aV etc. aad
viewed the press and other parts of the
priot shop, but as the office devil had
fled thev failed to e one of the moat
essential being Uiat it take to make up
a print shop. Come ugmn yung Indie
and we will chain the devil that you may
have a took at him, but don't rap, wlk
ftenrjre Dieckniaan, who on Nov. 24lh.
cut his font while l wurk in tlie canyoa
retvived $36 00 from the Woodman Avi
dent asNOciation of Linln N-nraskH.
Mr. Dierkinann is very muth plmmed
with the quick responiie n.ude by the
company, and he feels thut it is not a bsd
ihu.if to luve an iicciih-nt rli' V to fall
ha.k on. This orrl speak well for t lie
coiupMiiv, and f-diii 1 1 ninny accident
that urn daily oj-cunnu. It woul I bo wrl1
if (Tore of our people were carrying some
LHt Sunday while returning from a
visit at Mrs. Diinn'i north of town, a load
of young folks composed of Ollivette
Dunn, Ida Moravek, Rose Brewster (the
teacher of the Intermediate room,) Ben
Kinley, and Ed 8coi.t, was upset and
mostly injured. One of the horse's tugs
came unhooked and let the tongue down.
This frightened the horses and away they
went turning the sprimr wagon over and
ran into to town without it. The teacher
had her ankle dislocated, Ida Moravek
her face badly bruiped aod Ollivette Dunn
a leg injured. The boys were lucky as
neither of them received an injury. All
ar improveim; rapidly. The teacher
was unable to teach for a couple of days
but m able (with tha asniUnce of a
crut:h to resume her duties in the sWiool
room again. This accident happened a
quarter of a mile out of town.
The Epworth Ingoe had a public in
rtalUtioo of officer Isxt Hominy night,
and each' officer gave a hriel talk, out
lining the dutiesof his or her work. As
this was the first time that the officers
installed attempted to aspire to speech
making, they acquainted themselves
creditably. There waa a large atten
dance notwithstanding the inclemency of
of the weather, and we are sure the
efforts of the Lsmgiiera received a hearty
response for the aggressive step' in the
Masters work. The Ep worth League is
doing a great good throughout tha land
and should be encouraged by all, for
there is w much of the evil side presen
ted to us daily, that when a young mun
or a young lady has the courage to stand
up for right they shall receive at least
recognition from till that believe in some
thing high nnd noble. The following
officers for the ensuing year as elected
and installed are Howard Burke Pres.
John Davis 1st. Vice Pres. Miss Catha'ioe
Tuppar 2nd. Vice Pres. Mrs, W. H. Davis
8rd. Vice Pres. Conrad Parsons 4th. Vice
Pres. Secretary J. H, Bartell Treasurer
Miss Edith Burke.
District Conrt, RegiUr Term. 1904.
la t.'te ften'h Jadlclal District of
Sioux, March 11. jury 21 September 20,
Box Butte, April 18, jnry 19 October
10, jury It.
Dawes. April 11. jury 13 November 29,
jury 99. A
Sheridan, Man-h 98, jury 29 November
14. jury 18.
Holt, March MX, jury 25 November 14,
Hoyd. April 4, jury S Rpten!-r 19,
Rmk, March 14, jury 14 Octobor 8,
Brown, Ainl 18, jury 18 October 17,
Cherry, May 16, jurv 17 December 6,
Keya Paha, May 9, jury 9 September
19. Jury 19.
J. n. lUan )
J. D. Soott ' )
J. J UfAHOtOTOH )
W. H. WmroTn
Edgemont & D. Jaa. 16-1904.
We tha undersigned agree to pay . tha
aum of flvd dollars Initiation fee and be
come a nember of th naanciation, aad
Ajrrae to sunaort the rules and by-law
of tha mid aasoclatfrm. Tha matting be
ing called V order. Mr. Clarwioa Shel -don
waa elected temporary chairman, aad
8. R fleeWa temporary Secretary.
Tha rnoUoa waa agreed ta a '.-fallows;
I That the Stockmen of the southern, aad
i central part ot Fall Biver rxHiaty, 8. D
.Eastern .'oevrrse county, W)o , and
oortiiern part of Shiiii county, Bebr.
form a stock aaanrwtioo for united pro.
led ioa of our slock, consisting of horses
aod cattle, 0 inspection and for round
up plans and eipeneee and for 'he
mutual strengtlMMiiog ol our stock busi
The motion waa agreed to as foil
That the name of tins association be
called "The United Stock Growers Asao
cnMion". The mot too as agreed to waa as
follows; That Mr. Ed Holhngsaorth,
having received tlie mjjiritv of votes on
an informal balkv, be declared the Presi-.
dent of the association. Oil ballot 8. B'
8eaman wm elected permanent 8evra
tury On ballot Qo, Paine was elected
Treasurer. The motion as sgrerd to is
s follows: That Its? I'resKunt and
Srcreturj' be members of lh coinmitiee
with ier to appoint thrw o'ti-r mein-
her. Geo. T Puine M N. Jones and j
E. B. White were appointed Tlie,
moti .n as agreed te is t follow: That
th- i-xecutiv uomimttee havt power to
appoint inspectors at diffrr--nl p iinfa as
tliey deem uw-essary The motion was
aiire-H as f -Imiah: fiat tha wage of
t!: in(-ctor 'ie t. dillr iwr .lay
and actual rafnsts wlien awny from
iHime foritctual Ub-r frfurmed for tha
MHKociation, all hills to be referred to the
executive coiumitte and allowed by them
if found correct and to be paid by the
Treasurer on an order sigaed by a maj'r
itv of tha executive committee. The
motion was agreed to at followo: Tlu
the annual meeting of this eiM:itiin I
heli in EdgemiMit , 8. D, on tho first,
Saturday in November, and a (c.i1
meeting be called by a majority of Ui
executive committee. The awtioa -greed
to is as follows: That the Presi
dent and Secretary of this association if
any member takes outride stock to run,
and wishes to hay inspection for same,
shall charge five dollars inspection for
same. The motion was agreed to a
follows: That a committee of three be
appointed to plan a round up. aod ap
point a foreman. M. N Jones, ("has
Thomas, and J. W. Tidd were appointed.
Motion agreed to as follows: That the
com mi i tee on round up, are to be tent
the nu liber of cattle each member puts
in for asassment, and make an estimate
of cost of round up and assess each
member the amountfdue to be paid in
advance before the round up and "to " a
gree upon tha prhw to be paid for gnther
iog cattle for none memntrs. The
motion was agreed to a follows: That,
the Eitgemont Express be tlie official
paper of the association. On motion
3. E. H 'llir.gswerth President. -S.
R. Seaman Secretary.
Below are the names os toe members
of said asMH-iution.
J. E. HollingNwnrth H. R Seaman
Geo. T Paine, t has Thoma, P, N.
Summers, Baumganl Bros. James Nolan
W. B. Wodruff. O, H. Turner. Ira Tho
mas, M. W. Jones, L. A. Oalbredi,
Cross A. 'utile Co., J. W. Tidd. E. R.
White, N. D. Wheeler. C. L Brewster.
Lemons.' Carroll, E. A. Reed, J. T.
Hewitt. Jams II. William. J. T. Hogg
ASoos, J. R Johnson, aad A. B. Oat
Hil t t 44 t
OVER IN WYOMING.
r 'I r r I1 11 11 H1"
Quite a change in the weather, ahd yet
it is line aa compared with one year ago,
Fancher has been hauling hay to Lusk
(lie past week.
The house that Charlie Thomas built
is on the way to Lik. Mrs. Strieker
of Liixk bought the house of Mr.Earcher
and Mr, John Schidt is moving it to Lusk
He had it as far An Evans windmill last
Saturday, when one of tha itringers
Hamlins young people spent Sund'iy at
Atidy rhristian home.
Miss. Elsie Tat.nmn arrived herefrom
Washington last week.
Earl Kii Worth and Eph Boy Its have
delivered the wood at the schoolhouaa
Tha diet riot bow hat a fine lot of wood.
This it flat weather for all kinds of
stock, alto for mail carriers, an they do
not have to apaod all the day wading j
Hunter Hap peningt.
rretty cold weataar. PVtnty of enow
Dick Hovay want orar to Agate Mon
day. ,:. 1: -.-.j. ',
Frank Lawia waa , a Barritaa . vitrtor
uturday. , 1, "
Mr, Proctor waa over to law Putt one
day hut won.. I
Mr. Totn Joaaa waa , a Barrlaon Wtor
MianAwaaOaagntj waat k
Friday eeealag, to vieit at aanM aa in
day ; alio reporU a goad viit.
Fearia Joaaa missed four day ! atemnl
last week while bar mamma sas kirk.
Yen Peggy d were surely disappoint
ed in nl Basing your new coluaia We
alaays look far it first chance w get, j
and whew not And it, ae wonder
otiat is theasalter with Bggv. Please
1 doa't diaaptsai u again if you can help
Mr. and Bra. Bert Archard started to
O.eo to a daaaf last Fridsy evening when
near Mr Dwobiwa, Uie front xle of tha
buggy br4a; they had to borrow a bug
gy to go on. with They rort b Hue
dance, at Mr Stomharg, a good visit at
Mr H nnany'aa.t 6JMirday they went
on down to Mr. Fred Pullons, aad visited
them unttlJaaday, then gut borne Sua
Mr. Wills tha Mtavturi horebuyer sk
over to Mr. 'rthtotlwlBKtnr the week.
He left for Ofdna Friday veiling.
Pearla Jaeaai aad Bra Pr.tclor visited
Mrs lliigkaa JaBit Sunday afternoon.
P-tilaaid tasf had a line tiio. afid en-
joved one Ina rnuic on Mr. Hughes
w in, whca sM got from her old home
Brt Arrharw took Mr Denalnwa bug
gy Inmie Mrssday, aad brought home th
wreck. Rav have yaw heard Mx newt don't .II
an) body then, hat Ed Schwartc ha
parted with that aWmed mastache whH:h
has adorned bis WBper lip. We titv
lieard he I irka Uwt a siase-n year old kid.
'Ve hrive'' Wwi yet, Mil ln-rd ttim
a rl;iiie tnun:, so know it ih I mi.
We havfirntty hard wind down hf.r
del this is (he first time a nmnV niust.
aciwi was aiowackar out of sijrht.
nuaalaWWalM Tani nmrrrin
Harrison, Nahr. January 19-1904
Board mat aa par adjournment. Prts
ent Bigelnw, Jordayi, i duller and Pontiun
On eiotion tha tallowing road over
seers reports irera examined and amounts
allowed aa foUawa aad warrants ordered
drawn for payment of una.
Road Dint. No.. -
' 25 00
" 27 00
M. J bolfer
Onn C. TaHev
. 27 00
On motion board returned checking up
accounts in Treasurer' ollice,
. On motion board adjourned till Jan. 30.
E P. Pontius,
Harrison, Nehr.. Jan. 201904.
Bo rd met at per adjournment. Pres
ent Bige low, Jordan, Cullers and Pootius
On motion the county Treasurer is
authorized and if hereby instructed to
pay nutManding registered warrants that
have beeo called in and have not et
been presented for payment out of the
first year that there wan money on hand.
- On motion hoard reumd checking the
accounts in Treasurer's office.
On motion board adjourned to Jan. 21.
E. F. Pontius
Harrison. Mebr , Jim 21-1904.
Board met as per adjournment. Pres
ent Bigelnw, Jordan, Cullers and Pontius
On motion boait reumed checking
ai count in Treasurer's ofiice,
Ou motion board adjourned to Jan. 23.
E. F. Pontiu
Karrisoa Itebj. . Jaa 92- 1904.
Board mat aa per adjournment. Pres
, ,ot .i,,,,, Jordan, Culler, and Pont-
' The rounty commissioners And after
diligent effort Mm condition of tha Co.
Treasurer' oflbw to be as follows.
For the year ending Jan. 61904.
Balanoa from last i ear
Caah on hand
On motion the proceedings of Jan.' 13
relative to trantfar of district fandt in
read district it here. by reconsidered aod
tha following traotfert ordered.
- tesnotloa tha county Treasurer it
ordered to traatfar all f nana of previous
yeart to tha aounty road fund of 1909 and
aodll road warrants to be drawn oa
count road fund.
ik Oa atoUoa Andrew k Waaserburgar it
parabv apptsatad road ovejrseer for Dist, j appoint a oomraitsiootr to view said road
Mq, . . 'land that said oommhjaiooar be inttructed
Oa Maihm H 9 Krfca mtm a4ptiAtad ' to Ala bit report with oouoty olork oa o
itati aettttar tjt OMtewwad aeaaiaot to btotw-tHrtiary 90-
Ou motion bond of T'omas Hine as
road overseer in Hat Creek precinct wax
On motion the county Treasurer is
authorised aod is hereby instructed to
transfer 996 44 from the special debt fund
of all years to the general fund of 1908,
also 90 59 from advertising fund to
general fund of 1903. also transfer the
following hnlaouea io bridge fund to tlie
CenerAl fond of 1903.
Tbe coantv nwnor by direction of the
eoenty cOoimluluaeri insde tbe following
sppoiiitaienW for deputy ssssiMors for year
la a, for Aatelepe, MoolroaH sud Sugar
Lt precinct llaas ChrUtenten.
War eon. let. Hslcieek aud Cat ton Wood
prrciocu Henry Zliuiuermaa.
ewen, Andrew and White River pre
elucu-rrank U. Lnwia.
Ununlng Wster, Whlntle Creek, Shvep
rreea aad Seaaas creek precincts J. H.
The fwHowtug olataM were taken up ex
anlaed and an atotiea Were allowed, cut
dowa or rejetted.
J. II, Bieasr l on to
lug for O. ftleea, Bau per
w, f. Laager see
lr. J. ft, rninaey iszi
fo ua Csr-
oo rom a
Biwlical service for p iupr
U. Layd t tu
ft ltd taaat ivdd uader pretest
i. I, B .riell 1
sen hey fer ceart boune doors
UsiaMuiitt Printing Do W 1
enauty u pp.tat
Uinoiend nitilag 00 M
J. 1. Uavie 21 tt)
olBtw exiieiiaee '
pinrad Pursjiis HI
errl'-et ae '. Sept.
t.mst Guthrie 1JM
3 ii Lock
H 2 j ror
fund of taten. Duplication
Ou notion board adjourned to Jan. 2t.
E. If, 1'ontlue,
Ilarrttan, Mebr. Jaa 23 MM.
Bosrd met parsnstit to adoarnmrnt
Prenent, tls;low, Jordan, Ctillrm and rout
Board retained ezamluiiig allowing or re
U, Gutlme, refund taxes
Btcbardt A Jouei
tntdlctnU tor paeper
U.CIutbriu, liiHursaeeon jail 7 75
Use. I'nipheaour 8 13
aslUag potts eourt Aonss fnncs
O. at, tats. Treat, pottage a etc 10 74 '
G. bulb. rte, tax eale eerttneate It 09
Jew L'rawf rd tt 46
By taxes, lumber for eourt honse fence
V. K. A, K.tler 42 60
Laying floor, building foaeeand painting
Uranl Itulhiin, Altoiney fee it5 00 VOO
J. H.liartell 8:40 S5 40
Uwt in tate Miller A Schwartz
James K Bourret 4 45 4 IS
supplies for couaiy
CuaH. New luaa poals fence Mat 71 '!i "1
" 2 60 ICO
Hardware A etc court house fence
Meet rrlnlint Co, 3 tut utatun 36 00 36 00
W. II. ran. ilng 7500 75 00
la-gul urvice Jandt vt Hloux Co.
ilainmoad I rillnjCo. (k. HUiiplla47 47
U.Uuthrla, void tax ctltldcates 18 13 18 13
Weodruff Collin Printing Co. 175 176
Co. Sheriff, coats 4 -cloture ciimm 180 II 189 11
e.L. Kaben, grading to. road 6 00 5 00
W.J. A. Kanm, salary, expenses 108 25 lOHio
John I. Atblon, damage Co road 108 67 30 00
McDowell )t Smith, road tempers 16 00 IS 00
!ewiier!ecli,apphet 4 60 4 60
N. . W heeler 14 35 14x5
Kue serving paper Bunnell esse
J.I. Uut-N, ret und taxot 76 5 76
tiebr. lust. Honieof feeble minded 49 00 4to0
Carl M. I.ua, refund road taxes Ux5 VtU
K. A. Ulgdow, 8sly. a Co, Comm. 45 OS 44 94
Uau Jordan " " " 46 75 46 "5
A. C. Cullers " " 48x5 48 SS
On motion tbe county Treasurer it in
structed to refund to John I. Davit ex
irwisurer, funds at follows, of tbe year
1895 general fund 98 78
soldiers Belief Fund 12
Bond Fuad 43
Bridge Fund 1 56
Apl. Rood district No. 11 43
School Pitt. No. 1 8 S3
Ol the year 1899
County Oeuvrul 8 85
aoldien Belief 13
Bridge 1 60
Clerk it also instructed to draw war
rant on Oeneral Fund of 1908 favor John
I. Uavia for 9 70
all for tbe purpose of reimbursing said
Latvia for tasat refunded by him to John
Fry and lie. FriU, paid by said parlies
uader protest and funds not segregated.
The petition of H. S. Park and others
' praying for the vacation of a certain roud
' commencing on a line between tevtiout
lend 14, township S3, range N at a
point about 10 rods south of the NE cor
ner of taid section 14, aad fuoqiog thence
one mile In a north-wenteroly, then io a
touthwaai4)rnly ditwcMon abd termioat
ing at a point on fourth mile east of the
watt liae of amid section. 14 and on the
kaif section Una dividing said section in
half aad running east and watt, was on
motion taken up And clerk Instructed to
J. H. LACY.
We have our building completed bow
aod have a new supply of goods, and wit
aell them right.
L umber, lath, gaeti, doors,
lime, cement, and building
material of all kinda
Harness, Saddles, and
Flour, Feed, and Grain.
Paint, Oils & etc.
I am igent for the Wood
manse wind-mill. Hare a.
supply of pump fittings on
hand. Com in and get my
prices whether you buy or
J. E. PHINNEY,
OFFICE: Andrews Buxtv
EVEY THING FIRST CLASS.
AND ALL TREATED WITH COURTESY.
? Boird By Hay ar WHi.
W. B- WRIGHT, Paori
vVallroad between Mlaaeuri R-lver and
Direct line to St. Paul Minneapolis,
Direct Line to Black Hills.
Apply to nearest extent for ratea, mape.,
tnd time cevrds-
West Bound. East Bound.
No. 13, Due 9:11
No. 83, Io. frt. 9:35
No. 14, Due 7:2$
No. 84 loc. frt. 5:4-1
Both trains carry piinsenpern.
On motion the official bond of A. J.
Wixnerburger as roud overseer was ap:.
proved. Oo motion the borinl udjuurnex)
to February 29. E. F. Pontius
Abtcnce of Mind.
A devout and worthy men to tha.
clergyman 0f a parish not twenty
mllea south of Chicago. Hit congre
gation was somewhat amused at the
singularity of one of his announce
ments on evening recently, which was
aa follows: "Remember our Com
manioc service next Sunday forenoon;
tie Lord will be with in during tbe
morning services, and the Biibop tn
WHISKY, POISON AND PHYSIC.
Proof That There la No Rult or Secret
of Long Life.
All very old men cast about tor an
excuse or apology (or being to long la
the world. But recently one died at
age of 123. and hit excuse waa tbat
ha had smoked and drunk liquor all
bit life. Another, passing away at 104,
bad never touched either tobacco ot
whltky. Some of toe harden drinker
I know cannot bear the taste of
whisky or brandy before breakfeat .
Others mntt bare a dram the moment,
they get out of bed it they do not .
have a bottle under the pillow. Thar
la no rule or secret uf long life,
"What's one maja'a poison,' ttguor, ltl
another's meat or drink." tbe Frano,
arc not short-lived, yet they are font)
of gravies and sauces, -'ft soma 004 :.
otoon It pbyatcHitr'Ttfrk Praffc.
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