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VOL. XVI HIIRISOiNV IsTEBRASKA., THUSIDJLY, DTEBRTJJLJY 4 . 19C4. NO. 32
LOCAL NEWS OF
The Crawford dentist in Dr. Hpiadlo.
A freeh barrel of pur appl cider at
Lo " ) .
Bert Hamlin u down front Pleasant
We had a sample blizzard here Monday
hut it oo willed.
Ab Umphennur went to Hewitt with
Charles 8mith Monday.
Co. Treasurer Lnx west home last
Howard Convenes came down from
Douglas, Wyoming last Sal unlay.
Will Phillip and daughter returned
from Seward Nebr last Saturday.
Charles Smith whs up frm Hewitt
1 took out a load of provision.
Charles firewall was up from Hewitt
ant1 tok a load of saw dust hoaie with
Mr. Honry Lin l'iran was up from
finwford last week visiting with friends
1 L Mall and mother will leave for
Indiana to-night, where they will ' visit
for a month.
A Mr. Smith will tnke charge of 'he
depot dnriiiL' J. L. Hull's nbence. He
fame down from the t Monday.
J. E Mnrteller has recovered from his
attack f Lettrippe and is able to be
Charles Hibheln is htiildtnjr another
addition to hi bl-k-mith shop H
will have a lare building if he keeps
TO Ct'ltK ACOI.ll IN OWE DAT.
Tnke Lsxstive Hro o'Oulnlne tablets. All
lrng;st r.-fnnd the money it tf falls to
tore. K. W. Grove's signature Is on each
X-.ii cn frl some barptins on whip
'(J.' H Irtcv'a dortnfr hi iterj ijMya,
as he ia making a clearing for Spring
E Rohe-rr held the lucky number of
the 8 Star Ribbon roffwi which won the
t-5 prize at the Bonrret 4 Davis store,
Tte number was 1123.
We received a conirruntcatirn frc m
Hewitt th'a week, but as the scriler for
got to sign hi or her nAne, we will have
to thro it in thj waste basket.
If you want n suit of clothes or a eond
list or shoe or hoot don't waste ynnr
money but ins" anywhere else hut go to
OERLACH'8 store and Kt the t
t.is for the least money.
We receivtd n letter from Mr Warne
Ws's folks, of Ft. Collins, Colorado, this
vtrk stalmic that they are favoribly im
messed with Ft. Collins, and that the
winUr ha been An so far.- Same here.
Presiding Elder Clark filled his quarter
ly appointment here Snnrlsv, nreachini
an interest ing sermon both morning, and
evening. Rv. Daniels beinc absent
(jiiarierly Conference was postponed in
Wcrd wat receivd from Rev. Daniels
this week, from Emmet, Idaho, telling
that his sister Is still living and seems
somewhat better. We hope by our next
iwiie she is on the oad to recovery. Mr
Ifcmels arrived there last Thursday.
During the year 1903 I priced my
br-fikini; wagon to as many as live differ
ed rins. What we want to know u
the in thut got it Please let me know.
V. A. HeTER.
GR AND BALL.
Tl-re will be a bU mv-n nt tho ball
Feb. i'i in honor of Washington's birth
A. V Come ever body and ha.ee a (food
dm and enjoy yourselves. Oool music
s usual. i L.nni
The shadow tocial given by the Hand
last '' "6" uod, T,MI
BtMulowa nt the ladiea poa-asing the
HerkeUaitd bones with supper for two
were iiclioned off by W. B Wright and
rirou Jit very (food prts. It was quite
dilflfill n" thm w,,r" bv
I heir aPWdows, in fact not many of llajm
were known hy their shadows. After
Uta oodaM had been devoured from the
Mkl4 awl o"" ,,y ",,r "M Hl
B, a nap, ' ',m 'n'i"l mw'h
tiUi th a'.ysd i-ilv.y btng vty
,W( ()...r (vt fid lnr were ntitdw
: l.-'ptU Mllr.,f'e"ir.
Dr. Spiodlo the Crawford dentist.
All acta owing tin old firm of Kara
teller Broe., and not settled satisfactory
bv M-irt h 1st. will he placed in collertora
hands, and w:;l make costs and trouble.
J. E. MlMSTUXtt.
Strayed front our raui.li fifteen miles
east of Lnxk: One yearling bull with red
while face, branded Con left jtw; One
yearling steer with red white fact,
lraaded connected MP on left aide. A
reasonable rewartl will be paid for infor
mation leading to their where a bout'.
Wisdkk Hk. Liihk, Wyoming.
The Tenth ir.nl.- will ive a ehoi I
musical entertainment followed bv a
j Kixket vupper. Tlmol j'ct ih to raise
luiid to pay Ih expense of Urn
..oniireocement May 30. Deputy Stale
Superintendent Mclinea will be with lis
to make the Graduation address. His
aiming will necessarily entail a small
expanse. This with, other incideulal
expenses, the Tenth (iiade hop to raise
by their own effort. We earnestly aak
all patrons to help us io this our lirst
THE DAINTY MISTAKE.
We feel very verv sorry about the
mi-tiike in the Hunter items last week,
and TJ No we don't want you to take It
mi hard, but let it puss iv with the
day, U No we are all suhjoct to mistakes,-
hut cur eyes are not (food enough
to tiiiike a word "dainty" out of that
other word which appesred In-fore Ed
Schwartz's mustache last week in the
items from that place. We are always
ready to correct nnstiike: When Ed
came into our itfioe last &Uurduy and
told bs that U No sHid we had made a
mistake we toik the copv off the book
and he pronounced the word the same as
we. HMd so have others thut we have
handed it to. Hut if you meant it for
dainty IT No Ed will uke vour word for
it and so will we, said Mm ynu-dVm't owe
Midi taneuaae nod rail thin pen , mis
take. We will never let such a mistakt
liapiwti again. We studied for a long
Imk nt the word and finally decided lias
a joke and published it.
Wtclte For Th Boys.
Th Lincoln Daily 8ir is making it
possible for any loy in Nebraska to be
the owner of a handsome American watch
The wiitcbes are open face, stem wind
and stem set, and are guaranteed by the
maker to be good timekeerR. Many
hoys throughout the slate have already
secured one of these watches, and they
ilivaribly well plaed. Fred R..binon,
Tekeiiitih writes us as follows: " I am
yery much pleestd with (lie watch I got
It keeps very good lime. Thank you."
A. M. Linner tloldrrge writes after' get
i ing hm watch a follows: "1 think1 it
is a good little watch you sent me."
We could give the names of n any more
Neiiraska bo who have secured" the
watches n I r-) hi t-e tint pleased.
Any boy in Nebraska who will write
to ua, we will tell him how lie may ob
lain one of tliese watches. We do not
ask you to send ua money for them.
You fan do s well a I he other boy
who have obtained their watches.
Write u a postal card or a letter now
asking lor particulars.
Address Watch DeMtrtuient, Daily Star
WHO 8 VYS THE BIflLE WON'T
ttl'AND THE TEST.
ONLY THE B1BLK WAS
All Oltxee Prewerty of a CKieago CtMsreh
wave Burned l. the Ireejuels
T heater Fire.
(Te the Associated Pre,)
( Chicago. Jan. 21 Of all the article
for use In the religion service of
t 'antral church taken to the Iroquois
theater the day before the Or, only the)
Bible escaped destruction. Its cover
were burned off and it edges burned, but
very page of the book remains.
An inspection of the church property
has revealed tlie existence of the Bible,
which it hud been supposed, wstdeetroy-
ed, but no trace could be found of the
ot Iter property. Beaal a the Bible, there
war laken to the theatre two pulpits, a
communion servue, consisting of a large
silver pitcher and eight silver cup, and
son hi linen. The property was stored on
one aid of Ih stage, in an ticov.
The Central church had taken a I
on) the Iroquois theater for a year fnrUw
Sunday service hours and IfiedrstserveM
was to have been lie Id on the Huodajr
over in Wyoming.
It has been aomewhat stormy tiie post
week, but lias not snowed so very much,
just enough to be of benefit to the grass.
The Boy les boys, and Roy Zumbruunen
are getting out posts.
Mr. Children came hack from Chadron
. Mia Mclver will givenentrUlomeat
at tlie west school house Friday the
IStJi. of February. Everybody la vile!
Three mnnlhs of winter term has past
and only two more left in the term for
some of the older scholar It will also
be the end of their school days Better
improve tlie time faithfully.
Tom and Sanly Zumbrunnen spent Sun
day with l he Thompson boys. They
report a pleaaaat time.
Fred Deuel is building a barn. Mr
Will Brown la helping hire,.
Hial Church had his arm hurt by a
lrse Mtpping on hint. Mr. Church i
c una to the conclusion that be would'
not make a g sl barn floor, and got out
of the way as fast us possible,
John Deuel dehorned hi cattle last
Wednesday- He says that they are do
ing very well.
Hon C. M. Lux mad a shor' visit with
his family last week. Come again Carl,
only make a longer stay next lime.
Dick Lever was in this vicinity visiting
friends, and looking after the interests of
the R R Co. last week.
Frank Carlson, and Malcom Northing
ton s enl Sunday on Cottonwood.
News lias lately been received of the
death of two young people that formerly
resided here. One was Miss Pearl El
bery, aged 13 year; second oldest child
of Wm. Elsbory dies' at her home in Col.
and the other was Arthur Dove aged IS
years, son of Mrs. A C. Dove, di-d at
hii home at Lost Cabin Wyoming. Both
deaths cccurrid on New Years day. Did
not learn particulars, as to the cause ef
either death. These yuuug people spent
the greater part of their short lives oa
Cottoo wood, and there are many friends
awtHilar mjtTer that HmM tlie
Since suy last ilem appeared, a' little
son h tscoraa) to bless the home of Mr.
aad Mrs. Jeese Aroer.
' Thin(Mondiiy) has been a regular old
4 aeh toned Neiiraska day ; started in with
a gale about noon it turned into a bliz
zard minus the cold, and with sand and
dirt in the place of snow. It lasted a
bout 80 minutes, and ended up with a
light snow and a decided fall in temper
ature, but while it was on, it made old
timers think of days gone by.
The teacher and scholars in Dist No. 3
became frightened at the threatening ap
pearance of the approaching storm and
attempted to go to Mr. Tally about J
mile from the schoolhouae. The dirt
storm caught them before thy got there
and some of the children were almost
War Bonnet Topics.
LaQrippe is the order of the dav.
: Mr. F; 8. Scott and family visited
with Mrs. Jack'Finley Sunday. Messers.
Jones and Hugennan also look dinoer
' Mr. Jones and llagerrhitn, from Saw
dust, made a trade with Frank ' Scntt by
which Han become the owner of a very
useful log wagon and turn a very vu
able buckhuurd '
Jet s Hrll stopped and stayed oversight
with immie night, last week. He was on
hi way from Wyoming where lie had
been on buainets.
El Scott was laid up with LaQrippe
and mised school last week sorry to
Will Grimm was visiting at home over
Mrs. Grimm visited with Mrs. Nels
Dick and Em met Jotdan took three
orooclis to break - for Uo slave Noreisch.
Mis Martlia Noreiscti is slaving with 1
her sister, Mrs. Sam Kaori, this week. I
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson visited at Oos-!
Uv Norsisch's SdtKiay. ,
Bobt. ICsvl anJ Mrs, DunUp butchered '
Boro To Mr. and Mrs. Jim Merhsm,
a baby girl, on Friday. Jan. 89.
Bd Scott wa at boai over Sun-tay.
Mrs. Jaclr Finley want to Harrison' to
attend the R 'N. irrUilaoor, aud initat-
ion of four cant! tda tea Saturday. I
E-k Ma" ana, who-in staying at Ji n
Merrtani 's, (sad itarsaisforiua to haw a,
Boa c.ill he liad recently purchased of (
Wilbur asjkjerdi He wad lr brs 1
Semi-annual Report of county
rCD .J?.J-" KECBIPTS. t'- COMMIOSIOS BA
JCLT l, IKOi MISTS. JAN. 7, IV04
Itate consolMated ; Hi Ot Tt n 2R17 90 118 l
Ceimty Oe- erai... "4 bS 40 telS ) 4" 6't '7 21
Brlle . 7' It 24-6 t 8iS 17 70 10 M
" Boad W 6S 70 45 (Ml 13 M t' W
Sp-olsl bt. M 77 SI 5 20 6 4ti
soldiers Kelief . ZM 1.1 16 W 1 W 305
R ad l)it.lct 4: 7 si 67 RSS 00 64 r W
Seial Huul ll.t, 2M7 2 111 15 ih V so 853 Si
OOl lll.lrl ts W4I 15 4046 07 74 9 40W C7
kehml Bond lsi Vi 33 47 US SS 4 6 iW'9 an
aVwea Pet. Bond 7M7 71 1M2 02 701 00 89 Oi W
HarrtsAA Vlllsee , 3 77 J-a 0.1 m K '41 1 417 r,
Adertllng... M 60 7i s :l ,V
aelmol Lsnd L -aee 6 87 14 4 2010 (K 44 3
liedempeton ... . tl 61 769 20 776 44 11 S3
Mh-l.aaroua . tt; o ta oi
ProtaC Mm SS Ml 47 7
Partial fayinenU.. W l 10 M 1S4 wi
HUt- aeliooi 4 If j 4111 K 10
1M6 Tt tri j; lo m lgj7 06 151 A i iss,b u.
For the balance above shown, I have successor's receipt for 17471.70 paid in
cash and $1406 81 in investment warrants of B.wen Precinct B .nd Fund. !
There are outstanding registered warranU amounting to f 1499 71 against tile j
County General Funds. JOHN I. DAVIS, I
County Treasurer. I
night and found it choked to death next
TlwdanmmtOiMtave Noreisch's last
Fridaf uglit tvatt well att elided for such
bad vsstthMv Ttiey danced all night till
Wjfpt. Supper was rerved at
ntestaJI hfvrs, plenty to eat and good
C(fs to dnok.
Mhmi aVee, BreW,ter. Miss Ida Moravek,
and MiaeOthvetle iiurin spent Sunday a'
tlie home it the latbir last Sunday week.
O livette Dunn is al home this week,
being unable to alteiMi school on account
of Injuries iwrei ved in a ruuawuy
Miss Luea Keel wa Vmitioc-wHh Mn
Dun lap last Friday.
Alfred Herri n wits at IheS-tS Sunday.
Ben Scott tailed on Jim' Merriam one
day lart week.
Homer Kenhedv and Joe Orimm gave
us a call and got tbslr hair cut last week.
S 8. as usual next Sunday at 2 P. M.
Ciue one aad all.
1 T ' .
Ezra Tuckflf took the train at this
place for Harrison Saturday wrorning.
Eva Proctot visiud Pearla Jones Sun
" Tom Juaes tana lies f Mim Saw dust
Saturday, to visit.hi family, and chop
Mrs, A. L. Hagerman, and daughter
rami over from saw dust to visit friends
anil turn the postvHice over to Mrs. Kate
Rice. P M.
For Pity sake Mr. Editor, or the fellow
whoever put our work in print last, week
howeverdid you mistake dainty for that
awful word which appeared just before
mustache in oar article about Ed Sch
wartz ' losing hi muetathe. I heard
Ed liughed all night about it, and I know
I did not sleep fur two night thinking
about sticl) an aw fui mistake in work I
sent for publication, I hope yoa know
I never could have written such a word
Please look ut the copy again.
Mr, and Mrs. Bert Arjhurd went up
north of Harrison Sonduy to visit friends
and get some grain .
We were sorry lo hear of so marj
Harrison ople being sick, and injured.
Hope they are all right by this time.
Bert Arc hard hat built an addition to
his house al South Hunler.
Mr. Basset went down the road ftatur
day eveniag. She expect to be gone
Mr, Cook and man . Mr. Spencer was
in our burg the laal part of the week.
Mrs. Tom Jones went over to the Jones
and Hagerman sawdust company's saw
mill last Sunday, and expects to return
Wednssdav eyening on the passenger
train. She took Pansy with her, so Miss
Hanson and the other three are boss of
I he ranch at present. .
Mr. I bnslensen's family war all sick
Mrs. hristrnssnand daughter Mabel
were Harrison visitors Monday,
Mr. Waller Snrake and Miss Anna Han
son visited st Hughes Sunday. They re
port a flhe time, and enjoyed mime of
Mrs Hughes line music,
Bishop Ardrews stated at a meeting
eld In Brooklyn that 1.000 of th
young men In tb oolUges have volun
teered, tor foreign mission work, of
whom 1000 are now In the fold, 4,000
re preparing tor tb work and the
ether were ready l( tb oburchee
would, pend ibem out
"from, m oM Suh paraontcr
Dowo by Oa m,
TMTf cant la U twilight
A inessaa (or. H;
IU through Um honra
Tbt sttlet woWi ring
Ukt a low iDipJratloa, , .
. 'Po y IM gaxu Uiyatf.'
District Court, itrguiar Terms, 190.
Iu thr fifteenth Judicial District of
Sioux, March 21. jury 21 September 26.
Box Butte, April 18, jury 19 October
10, jury 11.
'awes. April 11. jury November JW,
Sheridan. March 28, jury 29 November
KSarJhJIJury 22 November H.-j
Boyd. April 4, jury 5 September 19,
Rock, March 14, jury 14 October 8, !
Brnwn, April 18, jury 18 October 17,
Cherry, May 16. jury 17 December 5,
jury 6. i
Key a Paha. May 8, jury 9 September '
12, jury 12.
J. a. Maher i
J. D. Scott ) .
J. J. H AKRINOTON 1
W. H. Wkstover t
Why Pa Doesi. t Read.
It W U hot bar pa a lot if I climb on
When he's a-redin' paper, an' ast him
to "let rne "Sec."
I w.mt to sen the pictures an' to ast him '
what they in
My ma, Hhe'd tell me not to spoil that
re.idin' time o' his.
But uow, when I come 'round, he throw s
ill1 nnrui,. rtn fh' fl..n. '
An' takes nie up an' kiivs 'at he don't
want to read no more.
Th' paper'n full o' pictures, too o' little
boys an' jrirln
One boy 'at. looks a lot like me, ma sHys,
when I bad curls.
I saw her point it out to ps, an' lie pays:
"Yes, it dr.,,"
An' ma, .she urab an' hoi' me tight, an'
nay: "What if it was!"
Pa read about some other boys, about ! "-nd "me c&rd
all what tliev wore, I
An' nen, he hutf me, loo, an' sav he
won't read any more.
I KOt a joke on pa. Today lie's rendin'
in his i lmir,
An' I come in an' climb his knee while
he's n Hit I in.' there.
An' he put down his paper nen a gren'
biii huff I jret
Ar' liere's lb' joke on pa! His eyes an'
cheeks they is all wet I
I tell him 'at he said 'al none but babies
An' hen he any big men is babies part
th' time, 'at's why.
It uwi' to bother pa so much if I come
play in' 'round.
Or holler when he's readin' things, or
make th' leastvs' sound,
But now he says for me to mal as much
noiae us I please,
Because it t-ouads like music an' my
ma says she agrees. .
Ad' nen I plav, an' pa he leaves his' pa
per on'th' floor
He tavM 'at when lie looks at me he
can't read any more.
W. U. N. in the Chicago Tribjne.
My Heart's Desire hath led me
i Through barren lands and vain.
And bitter bread she fed me,
And bade me drink of pain.
ih, me! I climbed a weary way
. To heights of her dlsdsln,
Tet would I give the years I live
To walk the path again.
Che Heart's Possessed beside la
Leads me a level way;
There may no 111 betide me,
No thirst or famine stay.
hs hath no wish but wish of mine.
. No Joy save to obey,
And at my side her form must klde -
J Until my dying day.
I My Heart's Possessed hath stilled ia
i From all unrest malign;
Tea. essed the hope that thrilled dm
With too keen pain and fine.
tet, O my H' art. my Heart's Desire,
Mvnneslned drennv. rilvln.
tfhst never turned the while I yearned
) Mot doted er hands Id mine!
ia ns Hsaart at.
J. H. LACY.
We have our building completed uv
! and have a new kiipply of goods, and wil
sell lheiu right.
i LKALER IN
Lumber, lath, eae-h, doord,
lime, cement, and building
j material of all kind
! Farm machinery,
i Harness, Saddles, and
1 Range goods,
j Flour. Feed, and Grain.
I Paint, Oils & etc
I am igcnt for the Wood
manse wind-mill. Have a
supply of pump littin.-t on
i hand. Com in and get my
prices whether you buy or
J. E. PHINNEY,
OFFICE: Andrkws Uukk.
'" EVEYriHNO FIRST VhKHt. , .
AND A I.I, TrrKTlCD wrTH COirRTWT.
Eo:ird !!y Day or Week.
R-allrood between Missouri River and
Dlroct line to St. Paul Minneapolis.
Dlroct Line to Black Hiliu.
Appiy to nearest txgerit lor rates. mJipe.
TIME TAB lf,
No. 1-1. Dim 0:11
No. 14, Due 7 tl-
No. 83, lo. li t. :3j j No. S-l loo. frt. 5:4.
Botli trains carry passengers.
On million the official bond of A. J.
Waxerburer as road overseer was ap
proved. On motion th ho-M :tlj iimitxt
to February i9. E, F. Pontius
( lei k.
Prof. Henry Appy, io.liiiji, win,
dlt'd at RochoMtcr, N. Y., retort ly. ape
seven ly-eight, wm the sun ut tha lead
er of the orchestra In tlie . c-taiwi. if
William of Orauga.
Tha largest phouaja, l.u: picriit s in
existence 1e kclv.r. oxiilc"! i;i I)r!!n;
It Is about 40 feet by 5 itcl., mid rep
resents a view of Die By of Naples.
Tta?re are people hi London when
:arr. quite respectable livings solely
I hv vprrls!ni? rlntr nnd ffnmfl nt thnoa
who bo live ore Indies. In every sub
urb, and in every I.cnOon parlt tlieso
exercisers of dons may be seen each
day, and one gentleman alone pays
15s. a week for tbe WDll:lnc out of hi
vahtible bulldogs, the young fellow
who undertakes the lob lit-vlng quit
a dozen other employers besides.
Waste of Millions.
Dalnay harbor, near Port Arthur,,
built by ritisHia fr.r an lce-frse tor-,
mlnal port for tho Sibrim railway st
a cost of 17 000,000 rubles, Is a dls
appoiiiimett, for slnco tha breakwater-
! has been built It freezes over as did
j VladivoMok. The rearasl j-oaslblc lc
1 free bay Is In Korean territory.
t lf& t e s.
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