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Notice of church Mirfixtnl.ii n ntnl n ii ) nl wliwii money In timrc" ! , uint.lmlf Hooli-ty notion nini ' < ' ' wtiwii' , oiic-ii lf nii'c , Wrd < ] | uriillciM | ( iioi' luit price for puliilMiliiu lilt Of ptl'KltltH , llti&lli not Icon Inn , Imlf | irlr fur | iul > llMilliK obituary notlciH , mid rn "I MiinliM * ; nollcoi lit rni'H 1 1 Vhii 'I ' l > ) aluli'ii ' of Neliriiil.il , fTlljKHDA V OU I ) UK 1 1 1 0 , 1 HO I REPUBLICAN TIUHT. HlntiTIUluM. . 1'or Jiiiluo Hiipn inn Omit H. II. SJflUOWICK , Of York. For 11. If. DOOM ) , 0. J. KKNKSr , Of l.lnu.ln , Couul ) , ' I' < , r County .luilan .1. A. AllMOUU Her County Trmitimir W. A. ( JKOUCIC , tfor County Work . W , UKUfiY. \ . ' Per ItOKlnliT'if llKi'l' ' U. O LIN.D. Vat County Hutnirliituinli'iil J. 14. W. LEWIS , 1'or Hhoillf- It. D , SULLIVAN , I'ur ( 'aunty Hnrvnyor K. K. VANANTWICHP. 1'or County ( 'oronrr A. Jfi. ItODKUTBON. TlcUtlt. 1'or Juttltoofllio Priuo , l..l. SNYDKU. I'nr Cleru- JOIIN KICNNOYKIl , KorTroamuur i , J. M , KI .WKULING. W. M. VANNIOIfi. Fur Countable CountableWM KIONNICDY. 1'or llond Ororucor , Dlntrlcl No. I Jj CUHI1MAN. Vut lload Ovi'iHCcr , lllntrlct N'o. 2 K. A. HICIt'l'JlANl ) . L'or llond Ovumour , Dlntrlcl No. 3 L MoUANULKdB. 1'iir lloml Ovcrnunr. Illhtrlct No. I- J01IN UOYrflfi. I'orlloml OvitroKiir. nlitrlrt No ft- KKICl ) AUTllUIt for , ( ) ( ) . , Dlntrlr.UNo. U IIICNUY ItlCUDJtilt , lpor Until Ovurni'or , Dlxlrlat No. 7 J. N. WEST. City 'I'lulccl. Vor City W. 8 IJOYSIfi. Vor JtiHtlcoof ibn 1'vHiio - 1C. G'HUIIWIND , I , D. ( ILAXK , L. 1C. ( JOLIC. P. JSI. TOWSLICY. It mnkcH n ( lilTtirciuui wlioHo ox ! H gourutl , For economy in uounty nfTniiH , ukiot ropuliliofiii oIliuialH Many of tlui licrit men in ilia uliHt party nro in > w wnrm HiipporturH of thu rupuliliunn county nml Htato tiukutH. llond lliu liopulilioiui unil HKD turn it over to your nniorliinutc uoighlior who tlooH not know how much liu nuuilh it. The liunuou IH vury iniiuh exo'r. oinud nt tlvi prowpuot of 1 doling tlio uounty patronngu nnd tlio Ohirf clooa not know what to do ? Thu HooinlUfri luwo put a Hln o ti'okut in nonuimtion. What IH tlio innttur with Ouster uounty that ulio IIDH no Ihikot for hur Lot tlio good work o on for tlio next thirty dnyn and every ropuhli unn uandidtitu in thu Htnto nud oounty will , bu ohuiUid Itujrui ttro roportutl from nearly evi n lounlity , The ropublioiUi hoard hua run tbu oounty on n HUVOII mill levy t year , nnd it took , never IOKH thni fourteen inillo , nn.1 AH hij h AH oi teen inillH nndor a populist ndmin- iHtrntion. Bond in your ordur for thn Ho pnhUunn at onuu if you want tlio boHt pitpur published nt the aonnt ) Boat , It will only OOHI you on dollar n year. It in the ofllcia paper of the oounty nnd ropublicni utraii ht. In voting for Prof. J. > V. G LQWIH for oounty miporintondont you will vote for n man whcao groa Hinbition IH uduontion. Ho IB i auooeBsful educator , a ripe soholnr a mitti of ittd OIHI who ImH grown up in CUH tcr ooiintv , OM MiliHoribf-rH can avail thorn rjnlvuH of our Hcciil | ) ; offer of the flrpiihlluiri and thd IHntory ol Wflliniii MoICinlcy by paying dollar lifiy ( ictilH in advanoo. The biok IH the pirliir I'dilion mid ro Thu pop nhip IH tlio onu ( hat IH leaking MOW , and wo would advinu thorio who do not w.int to go down with it lint the republican' IH in line trim nnd txlondu a welcome hind i i t 1 " ' > waul to HCU our govt-ri iiii'iil r.iaintainnd and prim peri's > > iiitin 'I'd ' I'opi- li..v butn great on coou- omy UIHI ri'liTin ! In t. lip tun yuarH of pop ; i'.ininiitnition ( tlioy novcr rue the ( joiiiry on loriH than n four- t t'ii null 2i vy , ati'l on onu ur moro ouuiM ; < i < iiiri ixourdcd the limit oi llio la'v by mnkir'ij ; a levy of oightocn mill- . ' 1 h" republican board hab Ifi'Cii : > iil' < In niuut lliu dobtH of the count ) .iti'l . lie mi i-runt uxpenHiHon a HI von in ill li'V. I i vim , | i.ir Dorr Sullivan for iTill' JIMI i1 , ill yotu for a man of c > v < n t < nipt > , yet linn and fnurUriH. Whun in Inn prurience , oHiuially or dtliorwiHc , yon will bo treated < IH a gentleman and will not be dom ineered over ii8 autocrat over IIJH HiiivantH , lie ! H Hulf-poHHeHr-cd at all tiincK , jet ooiirageotiH , and will make an ideal publiu oflicial. ( See that your neighborH vote for him. Tl u mouthpiece of the pop party called thu Heaeon , in now very much oppoHOd to Judge Armour , Hlmply bueaiiHi ) ho has been riomin- nted for tlio third limo by the rc- publicniiH to the ollioe which he HO ably and HaliHfactorily ( IllH. Thu lieacon , doubtloHH , ban forgotten liow vi orloHnly it urged the elec tion of 0. M. Item for thu third term to con riHH. I'lion again , with no IUHH cll'ort , appealed to tl u volurH to Hiipport JI. 11. liiatt for the third term for county Hiinnrin- tendenll If it wan ruht ; for a pop * uliHt to be elected for thu third term , whfii not qualified , en IH 11011- ueeded in KCIII'H CHHC , why ! H it no great n miHtnke for thu republican party to runominato u man NO em inently qualified nnd natinfautory to the publiu IIH .Indgu Armour for the third torm. Oh , uoiiHiHtenuy , thou rtnjowoll What docH the Hoa- on olliir iiiHleadV A Hing'o ' tormor. A model olliuiall The unnnimoiiH choicu of hiri paity ? Not It douH tot oven mention the name of Judge Aimour'ri popnliHt competi tor. Merely by inference the Hen- ton HcekH to dutraut from the pop. nlnrity of Judge Armour. HiH loliliual competitor in J. U. Dunn , who him Horvod two tetmn in thu enpaoity of of county attorney , nnd now eoi'lih n third term. Did ho irovu oflloiunl nnd loyal to IUH triiHt ? IH h'lH record Much for cilioi- ( inuv nnd funrk'imnoHH IIH an officer nnd loyalty to II'IH pnrty oollengiios Htuil ; thnt you want him clouted to a third leini iiiHtond of ,1. A , Armour. If you do not know at k vuuh men HH Wm.Pfrohm or Fred Uummin H , of Went Union , and many othcrB , who are londeiH in thu pop rankn. What the pooplu want JH thu hoHt men , men host qualified , nn-1 thnt will Horvo the bcrtt interoHtH of thu county , irri'Hpaulivo ' of parly or crued. The repuhlu-an party linn nominated JUM tl > nt uln H of men in J. A. Armour , lor comity judge ; C. O. Lind , for rujjiHter ; W , AGeorge , for county troiiHurorj U 1) . Sullivrn for Hhnriff , J . W. , Lewis , for Huporintmidont , Goo. W. Dewey for olork and F , K.VnnAnt- worp for Htuvoyor. They are men who nru uomputont and will maku otlloiout otllourH. No ICHH oompotont nre thu men nominated for aupor- visorH. They nro HuucosHful biiHi- noHH mun unpablu nnd Htriotly lion- urtt and will run thu nllairH of the oounty economically And tor thu bo.Ht intoroHtH of thu whole pooplo. They are J , F. Uroohbuhl , H , J , Kdington nnd JUOH ! llnnmont. The eloution of thuao uion moanu uuonomy , honesty and true uorvioo , What havu the republicans of CiiHtor uounty to offer taxpayers for their Hupport this fall , Their rooord before the populiatH took hold of affairs in thin county ntatidn out ngaiiiHt them aH the deplliH cf had CH , Deacon , ' The republican ! ) had control of the uounty in ilH infancy , bcfoto them wan a foot of land to tax. llomcHtcadcrri had but little per- Honal property to tax , and there wi.'re no tiimncHH firtiiH with oapi- til an now , nor no railroads in thu county. The prpulation jumped from 1,200 in 1880 to 13,000 in live yearH , and in tun ycara to / , - 0(0 , Ninoty-fivo pur cent , of thu noreaflH wera homesloaderp , and hundreds of them were praotiually enniltHH. KotwitliMtanding thin 'act , they were onterpriHiug nnd topefnl , They believed in law and order. They wanted a county g y. eminent that the law might bo en- orceu , and that they and their familicH might bu protected from ix Texan cow boy ? , who respected the rightHof none. They disputed thu riglilH of tin ) houic'HteadeiH in every locality. iMcquent murdurn rrHplted , and expensive trialn fol lowed. The republican officials were equal to the situation. Thuy were fearless and 'determined. They prosecuted every oano of law- leHHrifHrt to a HuccesHful termination , and in doing that , they incurred cxpetiHOH greater than the Irgal levy on the limited amount of tax able property would meet. They brought peace and prosperity cut of chaou anil poverty. SohoolH and churches were eHtablinhcd where outlawry and doodfl the darkest in the history of the Htato have IK en ; : oipotuatod , The homesteader wan protected. Two hundred schools were oHtabliahod in ton years , where there had not boon ono , Temporary ary county buildings were stiper > cecded by the magnificent court lioiiHe , that iu now the pride of every loyal citizen. With all these oxpoiiHOH , under HO unfavorable cir- cumHtanccs , iuj'ctn ' yonrs of con struction , the republican party had run the uounty without increasing a dollar of bonded debt , and had assotH Huflioient to moot every dollar lar of tloating indebtedness , 'when they turned the administration ever to the popH in 1800. No county in the state can show a hotter record. It was a record of economy , a rec ord of law , u record of progress that has not been equaled by any oounty in Nebraska. Then wo have the record of thu present year , in which the uounty board ban mot the ex- putiHOH of the county on half the amount required by n populist board. It may bo n rooord "as dark as thu depths of hades" to the re form apostle , who wrote the nbov < croud , but if HO , ho has our pity , an wu can account for it only on the theory that to some , heaven wotik bn a boll , Winter Heading oniho Farm. Long evenings nro hero again and naturally ono thinks of n good family agricultural woultly , bo- UIUHO itH regular visits i ro woloom od by the who'o ' family. The Xwonlieth Coutuiy Farmer is out of the rut in which moutagri cultural pupors travel. This h true particularly of the splendid illustra lions from photographs takou by their own artists nnd npooial nrtiulca by thu best known nnd most prnu tiual mun in uvorv branch of agri culture , suuh as N. J. Harris , Hooro tary of the Iowa See' } Corn brooders association ; H. W. Campbell , the authority on soil culture ; James Atkinson of the Iowa exporimen station nt Ames In , ; Frank Q. Car- punter , famous for hie loiters o travel ; C. H. Thomas , soorotary American Hereford Hroodots * asso ointion ; B. O , Cowan , assistant BOC rotary American Shorthorn Hroed ors' usHOuiatlon ; Dr. A. T. Peters Nedraska experiment station ; E. F. Stephens , president Nodtuska Her tiuultural sooiety ; Woman's Depart IIHInt , conducted by Mrs. Nolli Unwkn , Friend , Nob. J.,1. Edgorton of the Iowa Experiment Station will answer all questions relating to live stock matters , Thia is a weekly agricultural fora ily paper , in which the farmer's wife is particularly interested on aoooiei of the pages devoted to her pnrtic ular interests. In fact , there is no paper published either in the easer or west that moots so well the wants of the western farmers and stool raisers and their families. If you do not gat it tend 10 cents for a ( en wcekb' trial subscription to The Twentieth Century Farmer. 1850 Fainam slreot , Omaha , Neb , and you will have an opportunity to become acquainted wish it A dollar lar will bring it for a whole ytar. 10 10 2t Fancy Gift Hooks at Ed il - Comai's. Windsor , Ontario. Eich member is an artit. The singing of the Schuhtri Lidy ( J lai- lettu was a superior clm.ictcr and each number received 5 hearty in- core which was gencroasly respond ed to. Tte Evening Record The Schubert Symphony Club nd Ladies' Quartette , of Chicago , will give an entertainment Thursday night , Got 17 , at the opera house under the auspices of the Baptist church. Admission 25 and 50 centp. In anaemia and most women's ailments thu digestion is weak , the making of colo'r , flesh and strength out of food , is imperfect HO that the latiunt is week , wan , nervous and lyopeptic. Thia condition can , bo corrected by taking a courho of JERBINE. Price , 50 cents. Ed. ilcComas , Broken Bow and Merna. San Francisco , Cal. The concert by the Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quartette it the Y. M. C. A. last night was a most enjoyable affair and the audi ence testified their appreciation on bo good things on the program by 'rcquont demands for n repetition. The San Francisco Call. ISotlcw. Taken up by the nubsoriber on : iis enclosed lands in Custer oounty Nebraska , on August 1C , 1001 a rod cow with white face , supposed to bo seven or eight years old , Said cow is branded bar O on right hip H F on loft sholdor and 0 on loft jaw. Also 1 sucking calf about ton days old. A. G. HOFFMAN , September 14 , 1901. 0-11) ) 4t AslihtntI , WIH. ' May 4th. The M. 15. ohuruh was crowded la t night 'to hear t'c Soh\ibertH \ and it was evident from the hearty applause given eaol number thct uveryonu was highly pleased with the efforts of the artists , The company has boci here hoforo and it is a general favorite hero as well aH el Buwhurc. Thu Daily Herald. Wo have Hoen the frail infant when the faint struggle for exist- enuo Hoemod almost undad , rosiifcit- atud nnd made strong by the use of WHITE'S CREAM VERMI FUGE. Price , 25 cents. Ed. Mo- ComiiH , Broken Bow nnd Morna. THE HOME GOLD CURE An IiiKClilouN Treatment Ily \Vlilclt nrtiiilcartlH are Curctl imli.v In Hpitc of TTlieniNelveH. No ISoxloiiH l > oHef . Mo Wealieii- lutfortlie Nerven , A I'leaH- niit uiid P' > tiltlve Cure For tlie Mquor Ilalilt. U ia now generally .known and umlor- stuod thnl Drunluinni'sri IH a dteeiiBO and not wenknuBB. A bodj' tilled with poluuu nnd nurvoQ cumpletely Btmttered hy periodical or constant usn of hitoxienlitiu liquors , requires mi uiuidotu capjiblo of nutitrKllziug aud enullontluc this poison nnd destroying thu craving for Intox icants. Suffers may now euro tliuni- Rolvos nt home without publicity or lous ot time from nnalnrsa by this wonderful 'Homo Gold Curo" wliluli hns been por. fectotl niter many yearn of close study niul treatment ot inubrintos. The fullli- iul iiflu necordhiR to tlio dlrectlouH of this wnndorful discovery in positively Kiiniiintecit to euro thu most obstlnnte COHO , no mattur how hnrd n drinker. Our reoords aliow the miirvelruu Muna- foruirillon of thousands of brunkitrds Into sober , Induatrions aud upright men. Wives Cure Your lluslmmla. Child run Guru Your FnthorB. Tins remedy la In no eunau n nostrum but ia n speuitlu ( or this tllsenau only , nnd is ao skillfully dovlsi'd nnd propniod thnt it is thorough ly soluhlu and plenaunt to the tnatu so that it can bo Riven In A cup of ton or collco without tliM Knowledge n ( the per * eon tnking it , Thonen.nUa of Drunkards Uavo cured thuniQolvua v.ith thU prleuloag remedy , nml na many moro have boon cup'd aud miulu tnmporale mnn by having the "Otiro" iiiltulniBtorcd by lov ing friends nnd rolntivctt without their knowledge In oolTeo or ten , nnd boltovo to-day thnt they dlgcontluod drinking nf their own free will. Do Not Wait. HP not bo deluded by nppnront nnd mlaloud- I B ' 'liuproveuiont. " Drive out dlsoneo nt o oa nnd for nil tliuo. The "Homo Gold On re" l sold nt the ojctrmuoly low prlow of Ono Dollnr. thus plnulng within reach of everybody n treatment more effectual thnn othPru coating $25 to $50. full directions nuoompiny each package. Special ndvloo by skilled phynlolnna when ro- queatcd without oxtrjt clmrgu , Sent prepaid to nny pnrt of the world on ronept of One Dollar. Address Dept R 177.KDW1N 1J. UllOB tOOMl ANY,2330 nud 2333 Market Street , Philadelphia. All oorroapoudunoo utrlotly eoutlUuttal. UwiiyriiMUM hnlM&MHb iMa < t M HiK aii T Tj Vl r WflWP pIi WKPW w 1 ' To all whom it mar concern : Y < mare hereto not.Red that the following it crll > l land * , lot * , tract ; , pieces or parcel * . of lands ami lei . or * o m ch thereof as are nut | paid , will on Mo da > . NoTMitar 4. A. I ) . . 1W1 , i at the CoNntr Trra rrr'ortUIn llrokoti lto\v. Cn ter omul ) . Nebraska. Iv oflrrrd for salt ! for ale for the ta.xe . special assessments. Inter- I r u. in-nattier and cost * th < rn for the xcars J Add to'l'XU tax ten per cent ftwn Mav 1. t'VIl : add to lf taxes 10 percent trow Maj 1 , Vv > : add to 1JCN taxes 10 JHT com f rm MAX 1. > ? : add to ls 7 taxes 10 IHT cent from Xtax 1 l M : add to the ly % taxes IU JUT cent frvm MAX t. l. T : add to thu W5 tai10 ix-r ix-nl tn > ni Ma > 1. l o : add lo the 1VM taxo-i 10 IHT cent fn Hl Ma > 1. li S : add to the 1 > S tajce U < l > r cent from May 1.1V4. and 2.1 cents each de vriptHMi of land , and 10 cents each town lot for each ) ear. Explanation of abbreviations : "n V * tamU for north half : " H" stands for south half : " " ' * " tlands for west half. "eV' stands for ea t half : "ncH" * tands for northeast quarter : "nwM" taiuU for northucst quarter : "swV taud for southwest quarter : "seV * stands for M > tithea t quarter : "in" stands for imrj : "ft" stands for feet : "sec" stands for section : 'S" stands for dollars : "cts" stands for cents : "It" stands for lots : "blk" stands for block : "add" stands for addition : "Inc. " stands for inclu-ive : "n" stands for north : "s" stands for south : "e' ' stands for east : "w" stands forwent : "hi" stands for half : "qr" ' stands for quarter. X