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OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOTT3C CQTJ"NITY.
HARBISON, ASK A, THURSDAY,
JAJST. 12, 1905. N O. 29
LOCAL NEWS OF
PtfUK-atKMl of content nolio 7.50
law Clover Hon m LrV, try it.
Itoal forget that e handl 'ationary.
Hons made niince meat 2 B for 85c at
Dr. Spindlo, the Crawford
Tht bant syrup in l"wa at Lowry's try
Wstw proof bonw! hide mittcoa 50. I
Dr. Spindlo will ba in Harrison Jan.
17, 18, and 19.
County Assessor Story was doing bui-
in town this week.
Children OVERSHOES at cost for
cash at Gerlai h A Hn.
Mr. and Mm Tbeo. Sagrt vit-ited at
Chadroo the first of t'e ek.
Count mps foriule at this office.
Both on pr ai d mrd board.
J. II. Vilhermd..rfer viaifvd with Dr
Davin nt1iudr..n overSui.duy.
Jnl.n Moly iik P from All' Tue
day and madt. a pli-aant call whil here
Suits to fit all sizes from Ilia largest
man to tra smallest hoy, and the price
ar down to bed rock. Con.e and get
our price. Bourrel & Uavi.
Dr. Spindlo, dentift.
Crown and Bridge work
Preaching servn-e at B.slurc Presbyter
iao church Jn. 15ii. t 10:30 A. M.
Rl.v. Jas. MaCXAB.
Miaa Bast Tu pjr returned to her
school duties at Gorton last Thursday
evening, afUr visitine here during vca
Henrv Dieckmaiin and Minnie Wolf
depart e.l for Iowa ll Mndav evening
'after visiting f riende and relative here
for two weeks.
The finest line of fresh and
cured meats at J. W. Rice
dorffs. TW CfUE A COl-O 1 OWE DAT.
ke l.HBtive Bromo fnlnlne rl lets. All
(tmnrHtoretniKl thR iiione)- If It to
cure. ICW.Urove'a Hfiiture la on every
Wa are .lsd to ee that the 8und. y
cliool worker at Pleasant Ridge ar
gain to keep lt,"'r 'lhath school going
through tlie winter. Here's success to
Alfred Morris, who lias Wn staying
at tlie Commercial hotel since last fprinu
)ft for the eaalern prt of tls utale !'
Sat urday evening to j in hi rather, iter.
W have been ukl tl-e mraniiiR: of
the word PuntheiMii, Wbler tfivw it
iu The doctrine that the imiver!,
taken or conceived of an a hoi, i O xl ;
the doctrine that there ia no OoJ but thr
combined force and lawn which are man
ifeated io the exilinjf univerae.
We have been thinking for ftonie tim
for aoma amunnant for oiir yew
lople and we know of w better thint!
than an ice uoid for rur hoya and ic&W
to apend anma of ther leisure inoment.
It would not be a (treat cont to put down
a, wall at tome convenient place and a
pond could anon be mad that would not
only furnish amusement in the winter
but in tha summer as well. The ukat
tec rink just started by W. U. Stewart is
a good move but the hall is not lar
MiifCh and then there is a dust ther
that is not ivi healthy an our beautiful
atmoxphere on the ouUide. We can't
ae but what r.areots outht to furnixli
aomelliinK f sind tbeir cliildren
for it w all we have to live for, and there
ia oae thing sure if we don't furnish
aoanething that i pur aad elevating Sa
tan will Bnd something for thera to do,
Oar young people are deprived of many
privilege that we, whan we were young
tvi the banint of, aao wnne our conoi
loaaara different we caa make things
Bjpora aleaaant for our chiMraa. and they
la mi urn w ill blew us for it. Won't som
oa lake the initiative step in th.s mutter?
Wear mire the email amount or land
raqalrsd will be ay to get. and the
wrl aonMbedune by thoee interestad
asaapt taj wall anil it attachments; t
t as aot aaly think about it but lei us
It santhl-sr Who will be willing to
taa th ajattsr ap aad push ilT Lat ua
, baar (raw) ottwra. Tba eotumas of this
ejef ar to yoe) for aavtblag yog hav
Mr. Hi-thrd, who h been working
for tti ..ttfir and l.vvJ on ih Paler
NlxiM . we lea. n. received a tele
t nun lrm hm motlM-r, alio lives in Nw
Turk, Dial -li wax very M-k and for him
to come at once. He driar'.ed on tlie
nrxu --mn. '
Mrs. M. H Green ha been troubled
with neuralgia for nonie time past but at
thiH wrjini); kIw in mu h belttr.
' Mr Riy llamakr took 1.-Iterat the
IlL btrS'u.-day nitrht enruute (or the
Mr. A T lliifhi-on nmde a biiiiwsH
trip to Crawford Wedm-aday ni)iht r
turmnif Friday morning and peiit the
remainder ur tlie day with Umiilows.
Those who were Crtwrord viitors last
riiturdav were Freil WebHter, James and
Sunday b-ing a v-ry raw ami disagree
i ble dy the HUflifiiCM wa" n'il lurge at
Sin,da hMil Sunda but ou imnister
a with imanj the ser mon was very
well diwiiaaed; Tlie tet a taken from
the iv P l.i in which it vh: "Who
i I ntiew UK any good " This ih a hnatd
and deep auLj-ct and when ai.lv limdlMl
aa it m Sundar there is nonu-thmg in
ti-ing to church. Titers will bo ihilrch
on Hie 2fltli of Junuarv and n thin in
communion day every one i most coid
aliy invited loatleni.
Mr ard Mr M. II Green were cllers
at Mr. Ilunn Peterhonn Sunday aflerniam.
Mr. and Mrs J. H. LnBlow were
callers at Mr. John Blombergs Sunday
Mr. 8. J. Rule made the overland trip
to Crawford Monday, alito Geo Lakin,
On Monday morning the "sage bruth
flyer" somewhere west of Glen was
stranded and it was necessary for the
lompany to send another engine rrom
'had. on, and a hour later the Itn.k
en engine returned.
On Tuesday ereninif Mra M. H. Or-en
and Orval made a pleas nit cull al Mra.
The Jensen bos sre putting up ice
thMt da), but it is not extra good yet.
YoCKS A 8 B 4.
School heg;in Mfoday,
W. T. Jones wa a Harrison visitot
DeAlma ' i (fee of Runningwater em
an ovr uujht viaitor at East Andrews
lielliert R.ee was at l!mon Rtturdsy.
Mr R'ce an n hr.iuuht a Ion I of
wmhI home Friday utid went back to the
Harvey Mcintosh, eldest son of 1. 8.,
came home from Iowa, where he has
Uern for some time, lie was at Tlarrieon
Friday aial went over to the lunch oa
Oscar Mcintosh came home from tlie
ranch the last of the week and is going
Miss Warner came back to Hunter
after a two weeks visit at her home near
freight on, Nehr. She had a good time
hut was ready to get to her school work
again. We look for another far ni'irihs
or good work done in the ix'hool rm.
The new tove lor district 30 cam!
Momia. We will use mostly cm.l in'
the fit tmeas wood is getting to be hard
George Baldwin went to Harrison last
Friday bringing home a Hue grphiiphone
with wl I -h aev.ral neighbors were very
pleasantly entertained several evenings.
Mrs. J. H. f-aik and son Han. Id came
over from Ak'nle Sunday and went up to
Harrison Monday niurniug.
Ezm Tucker went up to Harrison last.
8nt urday on business. He Is now a Very
important personage along White nvit.
He is the Honorable Ezra Tucker J. P.
also roadmaxter on this line. We lmk
for j'istice to the bad road and pa. to
ties good people; lie went from Harrison
to Crawford, coming upon the passenger
Monday. Tlie engine had to stop l wo or
three times to gt t up steam, on account
of its h-avv load w suppose.
Wm. Bannan cam over from his placa
gunday to see Mr. Baldwin who it staying
at Mr. Jones at present.
Thomas Jon was vary sick Saturday
night and Suadav; was not able to go to
school Monday. Too bad lie had to b
absent as Velma Kic and Thoira were
present every day Ih last four months,
neither being absent nor tardy during
the eutire term,
Pearla and Thomas Jones visited friend
at Saw lust a prl of last wk, coming
back by Hatcreek where Ueorg Baldwin
b ft som lajsines to attend to at Mr.
Tschabolds; They got horn Thursday
Dearly fro ten but rrtd a good tim.
Aksel Mamwa of Olaa visited Thomas
Jo w the last of th waek. He cam
af'ar thair w that ha ' barn her for
aaaa Uaw, but all waaaaaMato traval
flUojnt of money reo-i ved and dithurnwi b tlw Trm irer of 8ioua couulv,
i (fom J(jy h mi io 81,
Balance Taa oll.ctions
( onrrr GrratAL FmM
Balance 1172 M
I'ax i oll"Ction 83
Mill.ineoUHCilectMin 448 45
Tranilrrod from oll r (nais 00J 00
Hul.DIEIS RKIJW Ft'KD
Cocktt Road Fuirea
25 li ii
OC-NTY RRIIKH KCWDej
Tx c tlletiO;is
26 0 95
OtltTY SPIOIAI. I 'KBT Fl'MH -
Tax ,oi lection
Road District FciDt
Tax collection (rvi1)
Tax collections (poll)
Transferred to special road Dist. 8 96
Stociai. Road District Fctm
School 1 1 tr ct Fcndb-
Schooi. Bond Fund -
Fods or VnxtQB or Habrison - 4
School L m Lkam fitsm -
Balnm-e 896 10
Collection l?"" 57
- ;. . 21(15 73
State qcb x. frjtw
December state apportionment i?71 50
.. 'in 5
B ilame d -0
Tax collection ' b'l
- - , 48 w
RiDEKrncw ot TaJE ?als
Balance W l
t rt i flcates redeemed 928 &i
BOWKN PRFCiNOT noD Fvmju
Halai.ce 8929 80 ...
Tax.cuilncti.ina 405 27
BAlsnce . .W H
Tuxe paid under protest 164 61
Personal. Fckda In Pah PaM.it Tajh-
Balance Mi 24
K.cive.t 20 00
MlftCaXLAKBoO I OD4 -
B.lau.e 225 00
i oiIi-ciii.os 449 46
w lie lefl latr and sMe dwl Sunday. We
ate so sorry for lhm as slm aa
milk cow and a VD 1011
titur had cum.
The highest cash price paid
for hides at J. W . Ricedorffs.
Mr. E. F Pontius was quit ick on
nifhl last week and from what w learn
was near d-athdnor for a lima. The
trouW was scut n' rala-i" T th heart,
Wa ar (find to say tho that aha is herself
attain, and much ciedil can be rien to
I sr. Pliinney for his promptness and quick
diajtoosisofthecasaor would ha
baeecallad upon lo writ differrntl
from this. lbnw doctor com ana k.
hat lir. Plilnnev has been a bl
man homes in thia county and
kaaw where r apeak ha wiU ooatiotiato
1804 both iutluive:
Pid at ate Tre i.
10 o (Ml
U M 63
Trtiiierreil tit olhi-r fu-.d
Pull tax receipts
i kiinnif sion
Transferred to road district
School orders piid
Intvrtt coupons redeemed
Interest coupons paid
Paid village treasurer
Pa d state treasurer
l?ul i ert'i flexile hold, rs
Rsfuoded r Carried Is fuea
Tranforid to other f.n.i
lot.' I c ssli on liot
N o ucadfc; r K'r'-ted arriiU oclMmidiruf
CAUL M. LUX.
(I..1111' v 1Ve.'!"Jnr.
A car load ol til- urock cna
The coram Itwiouer are id i
( laus Clmsleaaeo is up from Moatroa
i ttm k
Archi- c,,, Wt lor oraud Wand it
Saturday nio;alUr apeooioK
Mis Hatli OVonner left for Indian
creak Bunday wher she will teach school
at Mr. Nolaoa.
Mairison haa a prrocher at last, R. v.
A. B York arrived hr from Wlsci.nsio
last Fndv laornitig and AIM the pulpit
imih nioriuntf and evunnur Sundav. W
,0 hop hi health will proTe good her arid
that tha work of the cnurcn win prov
good profrr by his efforts. Both
aartAOM&aaar wr taemrief .
Don't Agree In Politics.
,They Do Agree To Sell More
For The Same Money Than Any Other House In
The North West.
That we carry a full line of
Dry Goods and Notions,
Boots and Shoes, Groceries
Flour and Feel.
Everything Carried In A General Store. . :
BOURRET & DAVIS.
GERLAGH & SONS
Will sell you the best "HOT
BLAST HEATER"-on earth.
There you can buy a first class suit of clothes.
In Gents furnishing goods they keep the best
Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes
And such other goods as are kept in a general store.
They sell at bottom prices.
'-IN ANDREWS BLOCK ."
Tht 'finest line of ' wities, liquors and best brands of tig art.
THEO. SAGERT, Proprietor.
jl ! T
That's what it's here for:
To let you know that we handle a fine line of Con
fectionary, Tobacco, Canned Goods, and Every
thing to be found in a first class Grocery Store.
Give us a trial Yours for Business,
Don't Buy This
Kind of a Seperatoi
Aron Sit? a
From what we can glean from the dil
ti wa paper and other sources t here will
be quite a rail road boom in Wyoming
this year and the bij frovernaiem can...
tha north Piatt Will give plenty ol
ork besides putting lots or money ir
circulation in this part of the county.
MaIHOKD On last Fridav, Andrew
Kline or Manville, Wyo. and Mary E.
Ril-y ol Y 'ik ton 8. l ink. er united it
the hoi v hoods of matrimony by Jud.
W.lhermsdorfer. Thy took the wei
bound trin Saturdiy mnrnitif; 'or M "
villa where they will make their futur.
l ow Mr. Kline is a black smith bv
trnd and is thinking mfthuiK of local
inpr in Harrison at some future dute. Tin
JOTJUfAL Mtenda beat wish.
Goods In The Next 50 Dayt
A. L0WRY. !
J IS'OS VIPFW IK tt
. i j (im i,;tor i
Dolphin as Target,
81 torpedo boats were rer.enUy told
ff to destroy the dolplilns. which an
playjog bavoc with the sardine ia
Douarnanex bay. France. Floating
Bait Is to be ttsed, and the beet marks
men on the vessels are to be provided
with rifle to shoot the dolphin.
Frof. Henry Appy. vioflnlst, who
4led at Rochester, N. Y., recently, ag
aaventy-elght, ws the son of the lead
er of the orchestra In 'he chapel at
William of Orange.
The largest photographic pletnr la
listen-: is being exihUed to Berlin,
(t is about 40 feet by I teat, and rep.
raacnta a rta C tj Bay tt fWaplaa.
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