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THE ALLIANCE HERALD
T J. O'Keefe, Publisher.
ALLIANCE,
NEBRASKA.
NOTICE OF TAX SALE.
Notice Ib hereby given that the follow
ing described Ind and lots in Hox Butte
county. NMraka, on which tho tiwos lor
the soar 1901 rcmnln unpaid, will be sold
at the Court Houm In Alliance, Nob.,
tor taxe duo thereon wspecMvely on the
flrit Monday In November, 1902, between
tho hours of 9 o'clock a. m find 4 p. m.
Sated at AManco this lit tay or ucto-
County Treasurer.
r, 1WC.
S.
... 6
... C
NeK
8w
No ...... 8
su nw. 11
No ......15
Kw ....15
N-0 ...,,20
Be .....20
NW ....21
Be .....23
8e ne.,.23
8w no.. S3
Nw ....SB
Ett 80.. 35
Nw .... 1
Be ...... 2
Nw .... 6
NH e..l3
0e ......20
BtvH no
NH nw
bo nw24
NH ne.26
SH nH.25
SO Y5
Bfl it
Ne 28
Ne .... 29
8W 30
Ne .....34
Nw .... 1
Nw .... 1
Ne ..... 2
Part nw 2
6ft X
8V4 Ne., 3
T. R.Amt Bo ..,.21 2 IS
21 47 1 WbW Q 2 57
24 47 183 38 , 21 2 67
., .. 1 21 No ....... ...24 2 33
.. .. 93 Sw 24 3 S3
.. .. 1 81 Nw SS 2 33
,, ,. 1 83 No .....M 2 33
,. .. 4C8Be 28 2 33
.. ,. 6 91NW... 27 2 07
., 3 24 No 2S 2 33
.. ,. 3 24NW.... 28 2 33
,. 65 Be ...., -.28 2 33
., ,, 1 C3 Ne ,.29 2 33
.. ,. S2INW 29 2 67
.. .. 2 1BBW 29 2 33
25 47 2 33 Be .34 1 88
.. .. 2 S3 Ne 31 2 07
2 33 Nw 31 1 88
117 8W 31 4 62
4 (WHO .....31 2 83
NW .32 2 07
SW ..34 2 33
ft
BW,
So.
Ne
B.
Nw
8w
Ns
Ne
8W
Bo ,
8 .
No
Nw
3?
No
Nw
.....
.....
S
3
4
6
6
7
8
.....10
10
10
i u
t 13
....13
Bw.13
14
15
....15
Bo ..,,,,16
Bw .....16
Nw ....17
Na .....18
B o s
Vl bw.19
No 20
6H no n
V, eo .21
Bw .....21
No ..,,.23
Nw ..,.23
VH nw2t
So 24
Ne 25
Nw ....25
No BW
wH m
no s.S5
No 26
KU nw.26
Wft nw26
"WH nwffl
TVli 8W28
No 2)
Nw ...,29
Bw .....79
No .....SO
Nw ....30
So .....3)
No ,..,,31
8w ....31
Be ,....31
Nw ..
8w n
Nw ....33
Bo .....So
3 61 Twp. 24. It. 69.
.. 1 S3 NH nw
.. .. l 83 an aw
.. ., 2 G NH ne nH
.. .. 133! nw ........
,, ,, 6 33 So as
.. .. 1 83 EH nw JieH
.. .. 2 601 aw nwvi
24 43 2 ce. M 8
,. ,. 3 99Nw H W
.. ,. 1 33 wH nw.... 8
.. .. 3 99BH nw nH
.. .. 4 ea bw 9
17 49 Nw 13
6 t9 3w ....,,....13
fl 99 So ...........13
12S3.NH ne ..,,.16
4 W Setf bH ne..l5
2S3HW 15
2 3V No ..22
2 S3 Be ...........22
4 66 Nw ...23
4 C6Sw .....23
4 K No 24
2CSNW 24
2 33Ne 8
2 33Nw 10
1 18 Rw 10
2 318W 11
1 t8 bH ne nw
1 08, no no rw.13
1 08 Sw .13
1 08 8e 13
2 33Ne 17
2 33 Be ...... .....17
Nw 31
1 33 Bw .....31
1 33 Bo 31
,Nw ., 33
1 34 Bo 33
1 38 BN KB CREEK
2 23, FRECINCT.
2 31 Twp. 24. It. 61
2 33
118
118
2 31
I 01
60
3 93
890
2 03
1 83
183
1 83
93
2 74
1S3
181
1 S3
1 83
163
1 83
183
108
1 OS
1 ES
108
1 S3
183
1 88
1R8
1SS
1C
1 08
10
1E8
1
No
Be
.24
.26
108 No
2 0SNW
NW n 2 0S,Kw
Nw
.29
.30
8
ae Vt
,35
Ne
Nvr
No
Nw
Nw
NW
BO
lhn. 7.
Nw 1
N14 rw 1
Nw
No
N ! 4
06 4
Nw "
&W ! v
Nw 7
So tti 7
SW ipB
So o
Nw 13
8o
ifc.:::::ll
Nw 7
So 17
No 18
Nw . il8
&0 IB
No I'
SW . .. 20
No 22
No M
Be 2
No 25
Nw ...... ...25
SW 2S
Sw &
So 5
No .27
Sw .27
So 27
No 20
Nw .SO
No 3i
Nw .. .. .35
SW 35
So 36
Twp, 2fl. n.
NH KW ....
Sw
NHoo
NW .......
So
Nw
No ..
rll
No
1 48'flii
2 18 tin
H
1 18 No
2 33 SH W 8
Z 3J SO ......... 3
2 33 nw nH bo 4
SH bw bHj
o 4
2 67SH no 6
2 S3hw 6
118 80 5
1 18, NH no nH
nw ........ g
WH BW BW
nw e bw. u
i BH ne so nw
Bo
Nw
Bw
Nw
w
e
H
NH
BW
0
!.
B
6
0
6
7
7
7
bo. .11
BT5..11
no.14
.....14
17
....18
18
....20
21
,...21
22
22
....23
24
....24
nw
.25
25 48
So .
Nw
Ne
Nw
No
Be
Nw
No
Nw
Po
Prt.
iff
Ne of
to of
bo of
so ,.,.25
Part no
so ....25
So e...?5
No 27
Be 27
Nw ....28
8 28
No .....29
n 9
NH ne.30
.....31
....31
1 38
1 38
2 76
2 OS
2 0'
133
1 SS
1 SS
1 33
133
1 38
188
138
2 33
2 33
208
20S
2 OS
208
203
2 03
118
IIS
1 18
233
1 33
133
133
no w
84
Ne
Nw
Bw ,
So ,
No ,
Nw
Be ,
Bw
Ne ,
Nw
WH
8
31
SI
.32
i32
,32
..33
i.ttw
.S3
aw
ew
BO .,..33 .. ..
60 .... .34 .. . .
Bw 35 ,. .,
Part ae. 35 .. ..
Part se,3ft ,, ..
Part ae.tf .. ..
Part bw36 .. ..
Box Rute
VVIIIOHT
PRECINCT,
Ttwp. 24 R. 49.
NH no 1
NH nowU
ne H nw.. 2
ne B
Bw 6
Bo 12
No IS
Nw 13
S4 sw 13
BH so 13
WH aw ....20
Nwtt 23
NH nw 24
NH no 24
Nw 25
S 25
WH no bH,
nw 27
Bw '..29
Nw 30
Bw 30
Nw 31
Sw 31
KTn Sa
Twp. 25. R. 49.
JN A
DB X.
No
Nw
Bw .
Nw
NW
Nw
8w
No
Bo .
NW
Nw
Ne
Nw
Nw
Nw
Nw
Be.
Nw
Bw
6
.... 6
.... 7
....7
o
9
....11
....11
....12
.....13
.....18
18
21
ZX
Ne
Sw .....
NH no.
NW ....
Bw
So ......,.
No
Nw .........
Bw ,
EH no eH
bo 10
7 so t4
ew ,io
WH no 10
NH bw 10
Nw 10
Ne U
8H nH 14
SH nw nH,
aw 15
NH no nH r
nw ..IS
1 S3 JU sw 15
&31Ne 17
133 No , 21
1 33 Twp. 25, R.
lSlNHnw 22
2 33 No 21
4 68 80 24
B93No 25
6 99.No 28
Kw nw wA
187 bw 30
Sw no we
sw wH 80.SO
Nw .....:. ..31
40,80 ,..., 33
So ,,3n
7 46' Twp. 24. R,
93 Be 1
3 99NH no ew
3 99. nw 3
2 01 WH 3
2 ' BH nosH
133 nw 4
1 33 8 w 5
. 6SS no 5
133NW 0
1 33 8o , 0
2 68 NH 7
2 66 Nw sw nH
1 S3 to 7
133 NW 8
13Bw 10
igsw 11
2 68 ge ,,.14
2G0NW 15
INe 15
Be 15
'Be 19
2No , 20
4 C6si 20
37J9KHBW 22
12 128a 23
1 JNw 23
NW 25
4Ne is
Sw 26
NH nw 27
Nw 29
Tn Srt
138Nw 30
-. oO .w
iBw 31
2 33ra si
2S3SW 33
BHTawp:.ff;
pe4..::::
1 NH nw 29
70gw 33
1 3 Twp. 26.
Vw 1
JgBw 1
1 83 Sw so 3
IfjNHnw 6
f3SHso 8
1 S3F ,. 9
183 No , 10
l 35 sw ,.ii
Sw ...12
3JNw 14
3Spw 14
'"Dfl 14
2S3NW .15
2 18Ne 15
2 1SNH ne 17
2 18SW 17
2 18 NW , 18
2 18 Ne 19
3 6SWH WH ..-19
!62Se ....7.. ...19
2 18 Ne 20
2 18 No 23
2 33 8 ..,,.,..,.23
2 33NW ....24
2 31 Bw ..........24
2S3P ..:.u
2 40 Nw ...25
2 40 No 25
2 18 Sw ,....25
Id cO .
183
1 03
108
4 33
65
1 63
163
103
163
4 33
1 08
1 CS
1 C3
65
108
1 OS
1 03
433
103
10S
163
163
65
63
1 03
108
108
163
lf3
63
108
1 08
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
6
13
14
?
20
W4 ea ....26
No 27
SW 28
No 30
So .30
Twp. 27 R.
8W .
Nw
No .
Nw
Be
3 03
165
R. 47.
1 63
80
16$
16S
133
1
133
133
1 33
133
1 33
133
168
163
80
80
ID?
183
13?
133
133
1 r
133
13
'1 6f
1 6
16
15i
15!
16
16
16
1 6
16f
If
IS
13.'
1 6
1 V
16
16
48.
1 Of
20
1 Of
2f
20
20
2 0
20
2(
2t
30
13
13f
1 S
7
13
13J
13'
13'
JV
...11
14
14
lo
Nw ....15
8W 17
So 17
Ne 18
Bw .........18
N 19
Nw 19
Bw ...... .19
Sw ... ...21
Bo ....... .2
So ...... .....27
NW 28
R.C3.
2 08
103
SC
2 ft)
2 03
203
208
203
2(8
193
198
193
198
193
198
191
19)
2 03
2CS
193
183
181
6 49
Twp. 25.
BH nw nw
I BW
Bono
WV4 no V4
nw
3Mf BW .....
twp. ze.
Nw ! 1
NW 3
No 3
3w 3
?W w
W 8
W 12
30 12
Vw ,13
?H w iwH
'0 14
0 18
0 30
WH bw
sw tnr nw33
1UNNINO -WATER
PRECINCT.
Twp. 28 R. 47,
2
3
i
1
n, 62.
2 33
233
333
233
233
2 33
2 31
2 81
233
2 33
2 33
2 33
233
No ,
Nw
Bw
No
12
U
.14
9 5
194 47 ,. 12 93 0 ,
Nw
No
Be
BW
Ne
Nw
No
Bw
Bo .
Sw
Bw
Nw
Ne
Sw
Be
48.
2
3
3
3
4
!' J
!"
10
.10
,10
to
H no
nw ...
'o .....
t
H nH
w
w
w
0
w ........
...
H
108
f
N U
Nw 11
Be 11
Bw ........ ..13
Bo 12
NH ne 13
NH t Hnel3
Nw 13
SH bo .,13
nw 11
No
N.w ...
Bw ....
Nw ...
Be
Bo
NH ne
Nw ...
Bw ....
Ne ....
Sw ....
Nw ...
Sw ....
18
20
20
21
22
..23
..24
..25
..25
,.26
...26
..27
..27
..27
..29
.30
W
33
34
2 3?
2 33
2 3'
3 3.1
2 3:
2 3'
2 3:
2 33
2 3
2 Of
20
23:
2 83
2 33
2 3'
233
233
JSJ
2 33
2 33
118
233
2 33
1 U
2 0
2 0?
2 08
203
2 (8
2 31
233
118
2 31
2 33
233
2 33
2 33
2 33
2 33
2
2 08
2 08
2 at
2
233
2 33
2 33
233
2 33!
2 33
Vw
Vo
Iw
le
Iw
e
e
S'o
Vw
4e
Iw
5 c ,
Vo
3w
3H
Vo
Vw
Nw 31
3w 34
NO ,3o
Twd. 28. R,
'w 1
SH "H 2
If
IS
15
.18
&j
ts
.23
.24
..24
24
24
25
27
31
31
32
o
.33
61.
So
NO
No
Be
No
SO
Nw
No ......... .34
Bw -34
So ...........34
Nw 35
8w 35
NONPAREIL.
PRECINCT.
TWP. 24 R. 43,
No
Nw
Nw
Ne
Nw
No
Ne
Nw
So
65
08
83
IS
83
87
108:
108
108
1CS
52.
108
433
108
1 43
108
6 19
10J
108
101
1 03
108
1 08
1 03
1 08
1 08
65
108
103
108
1 03
10J
61
103
103
108
103
103
108
1 03
52,
147
2 76
183
1 83
66
93
183
1SS
R. 47.
2 OS
2-08
55
SO
8)
168
-2 03
203
203
203
203
308
2 08
2 03
SO
168
1E8
143
143
148
148
208
SOS
2 08
203
203
208
208
2(8
2S
. 3
..3
t 4
. 5
. &
. 6
. 8
. 8
. 8
. 9
. 9
.10
.10
.11
.13
.14
.15
15
..16
..17
,.18
..19
..28
..28
..28
..28
So .,
Nw
BW .
So ..
8w ,
Nw
No
Nw
DO .....
No
No
Ne '.'.'.'.'.
Nw ...
WH BO
EH bo.
Sw ....
No
Nw ....
Bw ....
Bw
Sw
Nw of nw.. 7
Twp. 27. R.
Nw 25
Bo ....... ...X5
Nw ...33
8 108
3 103
4 108
6 193
6 1 93
7 198
1 03
8 , ies
9 1 03
Nw ,,,10 1 08
a ,..,13 1 03
Jw ..11 1 08
Iw 13 1 08
e 13 1 03
0 13 1 08
V 14 1 08
1 08
1 CS
108
1 98
103
1 58
1 68
158
1 68
168
1 63
153
168
1 08
1 08
2 16
1 03
1 08
163
1 68
1 68
4.
108
193
193
1 93
1 03
1 93
1 93
2 03
2 OS
2 08
IBS
.25 1 98
.27 2 33
.27 2 33
.27 2 33
.23 2 33
.23 2 33
.29 233
.29 2 33
.33 2 33
,33 2 33
.34 2 33
,.34 2 33
DORSET
PRECINCT.
Twp. 27 R. 49.
Sec. Amt.
Be , 4 2 83
Sw 6 2 83
Bw C 2 83
NH nw sw
nw 8 S 13
No 9 2 83
INW o 2 83
So , 9 2 83
Ne 17 4 28
Nw , 18 4 26
Nw 19 2 S3
133 Nw 22 158
5 23' . Twp. 23. R. 4).
2 23Ne 4 2 03
2 23 SH no nH
2 23 so 6
2 23 Bw 6
2 23 Be ,. 9
1 33jSw 15
1 33Sw 18
131 Be 25
1 S3Nw 28
133 Nw 31
133 No 35
....... A
. ...... 11
11
14
,.14
15
,,,,,,,16
.21
3w
"Vo .
Nw
Nw
Sw .
No .
Sw .
Se .
NHSH 2
se .
SW .
No .
Se ,
No .
Se ..
Sw .
Bo ,
Ne .
Nw
Nw
Bw
163
168
133
133
1 S3
183
2 23
2 23
1 63
1 58
1E8
80
Two. 27. R.
Be 3
Ne 4
No 13
Twp. 23. R. 60.
Nw ...
NU....
Sw ....
3
233
2 33
233
1 03
2 33
2 33
233
108
2 33
60.
1 33
1 33
2 S3
.19
nw wH
WH ..
Bw
Fo
nw
no ....xj
SH oH 27
Ne 28
NW 28
No 29
Bo 29
NO 30
Nw .......30
Sw 31
NO .33
Nw 34
&W 34
BO 34
Twp. 28. R.
NwH ne sH
ne neu nw l
Nw
SH nw nH
w 1
ne nw nH
no ., z
BO .......... 3
iQ ...t...... 3
SwH w ... 4
BW 6
SH iro ..... 6
BH o e-0
w ft
Sw RW 0
No w nH
00 u
NW 6
NW 7
NO 8
NH nw 8
No no..... 8
WHw wH
nw ..... 9
Bo 2o
Sw .........31
NW 35
ALLIANCE.
1 J
mi
p
t ,
.
.
t
.)
'
12 93 10
193 48
193 60
183 61
' 69
60
14N'63
103C4
108 6!
108 06
1 (8 67
13 98 8
1 93 09
1 ts;o
1 08 71
1 03 73
1 0374
1 03 75
1C8 78
62. ITS
"!9
1-MiS
44 85
87
3 66,88
189 .,
174 91
4 68 Bub. dlv. 2 .O
2 33 ........... II
66. 3 ........... J
9 31.2 ........... It
3 fill SECOND COUNTY
ADDITION.
99
66
65
05
05
9 6)
64 63
2 23
2 93
228
1 64
16 16
1 6
25 85
32 31
323
1 St
164
2 69
161
2 59
164
8 10
164
164
47
8 17
47
47
87
37
38
33
11
12 38
JOHNSON'S
ADDITION
Lot. Biic Amt.
SOU
29 HILL'S
20 Lot.
201
1
2
8
4
7
8
10
3
10
11
12
18
7
O
lit
A
'
a
2
4
E
C
7
8
11
1
2
G
1
3
4
6
8
12
6
6
11
12
E 30ftl3&14
15
I
9
1
6
11
12
18
17
18
I ...
10 ..
II ..
16 ..
10 ..
11 ..
15 .,
3 ...
13 ..
18 ..
1 ...
WH
a
a
!,
No
.13
.19
.21
.21
.23
!
.29
.31
.31
.31
.33
.35
rwt
6liQft M, , A
Jgl Be so nw
S nw to 2
J S 6
7 63 g. ii
ro! ..........il
Sw so sH
1 ii sw nw sw23
Kw
2 83
1 S3
1 83
1 83
103
8 .
7 .
9 .
12
10
17
IS
9 ,
13
15
Jo
2J
21
C
9
W
16
17
18
3
4
5
13
NH 16
8H1
3
W 30 ft 9..
2nd 40 ft 9. 26
3rd 23 1-3 9. 26
4th 23 1-3 . 21
E 23 1-3 9.. 28
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
6
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
0
9
9
9
10
10
11
11
12 .
12
13
13
14
15
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
18
18
18
18
20
20
20
20
20
M
21
21
21
21
21
21
22
22
22
24
24
24
25
25
2
25
25
25
26
26
4 66,7
3 33 8
9
6 91 10
2 311
23S2
B
1100,5
6
4 217
1081
1 fSJ
1984
5
1298
1
2
2
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
6
6
8
6
6 179 , 6
a
a
a
a
5 17SH
5 17 3
1 292
9 6)4
8 ION 60 ft 6...
1612
1133 2
11 33 6
2597
11 33 8
8
8
9
9
9
11
12
12
12
12
16 163 13
.
47
47
47
12 83
71
71
71
71
93
1 18
23 81
47
47
93
466
140
140
21
6 99
194
3 23
8 10
194
C5
12
14 60
8 10
8 10
.
a
a
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206
201
203
204
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201
20 2
203
204
206
20 2
203
20 4
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20 6
23 8
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2012
2014
2016
2017
2018
201
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203
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206
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2012
201
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HOLY TO THREE RELIGIONS.
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T91
11
Palestine Is Sacred to Christian, Jew
and Mohammedan.
Wo aro accustomed to consider
Palcstlrio only as tho Promised Land
of tho Jewish race, and tho scene of
tho most sacred oventa In human his
tory tho birth and burial place, the
homo,, tho placo of tho crucifixion and
tho resurrection of the Redeemer.
"Wo forget that It ia also a Holy Land
for-tho adherents of another religion,
who outnumber tho Christians and
tho Jews combined, and arc without
doubt the most numerous, tho most
dovout and tho most fanatical of all
rollgious believers. Tho Mohamme
dans number not less than 400,009,
000 and perhaps 500,000,000. A large
portion of them trace their ancestry
to Esau and Iohmael, as the Jews
trace theirs to Jacob, and aro equally
attached to tho scenes of Old Testa
ment history. Tho tomb of Abraham,
tho well of Jacob, tho River Jordan
and tho Bite of tho temple are aa
precious and sacred to the one as
to tho other. Tho Mohammedan
cares nothing for tho sultan except
as tho successor of Mahomet, the
vislblo head of the churdh, .but hla
religion is a live, tangible and essen
tial thing which influences and often
controls his movements as well as
his emotions. No other faith, no
other race, are so dependent upon
prayer and worship. No other is so
scrupulous in tho observance of tho
teachings of his Bible and his priests,
or In tho observance of his religious
duties and vows.
THOUGHT MULE8 WERE BETTER.
Stockholder Unable to See Advan
tages of Electricity.
Down In Florida a fev years ago
at ono of tho famous summer resorts
was a small street railroad a little
affair that did not amount to much,
but was supposed by Us proprietors
to bo aufllcient for all ordinary pur
poses. One day In the course of a
discussion the owners were accused
of being old fogies and behind the
times. "Why don't you get together
and be up to date?" they wero asked.
"You really ought to have a modern
equipment for a placo of this char
acter. Instead of an old road of
mule-drawn cars that date back to
tho flood."
After considerable deep meditation
and with many misgivings tho road
was ordered changed to an electric
line, and an eighty-horse power equip
ment was ordered. The outfit arrived
and was installed but for some rea
son failed to operate properly. An
outside expert wad then called In to
examine the plant and locate tho
trouble. At a special directors' meet
ing he reported that tho rated efficien
cy 01 tho plant was eighty horse
power, and that eighty horse-power
wero" being used for the actual opera
tion of tho road. At this one of the
directors jumped up and exclaimed
excitedly: "Eighty horse-power for
what we used to do with six mules?
I guess we had better go back to the
mules.".
Police and Stomach Alike.
A French writer traveling In Rus
sia sends home a clever mot of a Rus
sian official. Tho writer was complain
ing of a remarkable and suspicious
delay in his mall. A letter send by
him had taken five days to reach
Paris. The official said: "Tho delay
Is deplorable. It Is with the police as
with tho stomach when one is awaro
of it it is working badly."
CHILD LABOR LAW
INVE8TIQATION8 BY DEPUTY LA
BOR COMMISSIONER.
APPARENT VIOLATIONS FOUND
A Dramatic Suicide.
"What part-are you going to play?"
asked a brother actor of Arthur Shap
ley when tho latter arrived for re
hearsal on the stago of the Dartford
(Eng.) theater, recently. "This Is
tho part I am going to play," ho re
plied, and drank from a poison bot
tle, which he drew from his pocket
Shaploy, who has since died, had
quarreled with a woman friend.
Birthday Celebrated by Nation.
Born with the nation on July i,
177G, Perry Chesney died at his home
on Copper ridge, in the Tennesseo
mountains, on July 4. He was the
oldest man In tho United States and
was oxcessively proud that the decla
ration of independence was adopted,
as he expressed It, "In honor of bis
birth."
"Ask and ye shall receive" if you
have the price.
Gallantry is not flattery, but a Httlo
flattery does not spoil it.
It Is Likely that Some One Will Be.
Called Upon to Explain Citizen of
, Schuyler Found Dead on the Street
Other State Matters.
LINCOLN, Nob., Oct IB. Deputy
Labor Commissioner Watson has re
turned from Omaha and South Oma
ha, where for some tlmo he hod boon
conducting an, Investigation of th
operations of tho child labor law ia
the two cities. It is learned that both'
In Omaha and South Omaha he found
what appeared from external evi
dences to be violations of tho law
Children were found at work in bov
oral of tho big Institutions who wore
palpably not 16 years old, but their
parents had supplied their employers.
with" affidavits tending to show that
they had reached tho age limit In
ono of tho South Omaha, packing
houses It was found that there- were
170 children employed, and ono of
the big department stores in Omaha
has filed reports showing the em
ployment of eighty-eight of themi.
These reports purport to set out tho
ago of tho minors thus employed, and
probably do so as far as roports from,
tho parents are concerned Some of
these reports will probably bo com
pared with tho reports filed by those?
who havo taken tho school census for
various yearB In Omaha and South.
Omaha, and If cases aro found where
in the ages given In tho two reports
do not agree some one will be called
upon to explain. If any parents be
thus found to havo made false affidavit
as to the ages of their children so that
they may bo kept at work and thus,
deprived of their lawful amount of
schooling, It is probable that somo
ono will bo subjected to tho process
of making an example.
Robbers Made a Good Haul.
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct 15. Several
officers to whom the express company
officials confided detailed information
about tho recent holdup hero say
that tho amount secured by the rob
bers was between $30,000 and $34,000.
The express officials themselves will
not talk, and conjecture is about all
that is left Local bankers think
that tho amount of money secured was
of considerable proportions, as there
has beon a great deal of money going
to the north.
Midshipman to Be Named.
OMAHA, Neb., Oct '15. Senator
Millard has decided to nominate a
candidate for midshipman within tho
next week or ten days. Recently he
announced that ho would not nomi
nate until March. A telegram from,
the navy deportment caused the sen
ator to revise his plan to some ex
tent, and he will ask all the appli
cants to hurry forward their papers,
to him.
Nothing Like Nebraska Soil.
PLATTSMOTJTH, Neb., Oct 15.
Chris Bell, a farmer, has a curiosity
'at his placo In tho form of a patch
of blackberry which is producing the
second crop this year. He also has
some cherry trees which are budding
and tho prospects are that they will
bloom again before cold weather sets
In.
Not Up to Expectations.
RISINO CITY, Neb., Oct 15. Tho
corn crop In this locality, does not
come up to expectations of tho hus
bandman. A good deal of it on ac
count of early frost and much rain
did not mature.
Relatives Give Up Search.
FREMONT, Nob., Oct. 15. The rel
atives of Ernest Hussraan, the man
.who disappeared under suspicious cir
cumstances from Lcavltt, have given
up their search for him, being con
vinced that he has met with foul play.
Found Dead on the Street
SCHUYLER, Neb., Oct 15. Chris
Kroeger, aged 44, one of Schuyler's
foremost citizens, was found dead in
a pool of water not far from his homo
in the south part of the city. Ho
was returning from an errand uptown
and only a minute or two before his
dcd body was discovered by two
passers-by, had been conversing with
a friend a short distance away. He
had fallen from the sidewalk, proba
bly dying from heart dlBeas.,(u
Bad Smell In South Omaha.
OMAHA, Neb., Oct 15. Complaints,
have been filed charging four mem
bers of the South Omaha board of ed
ucation with accepting bribes from
teachers in the schools for raising
their salaries and from the Oliver
Typewriter company, for Installing Its
machines. One of these complaints
tho county attorney filed against the
president of the board, Aloazo V. Miller.
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